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MR. AND MRS. ROBERT HEIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 February 1868

MAn. AN Minse. Ilorists w Hio a. These favourite artists, whose names are issociated witu the drama in Melboure almost as long as it has been an institution there, took a firewell benefit at the Royal on Monday evening, being about toreturn to the old country via New Zealand, California, and the States. It hardly speaks well for the oresent state of the drama here when such ortists have tolleavo us for want of sufficient patronage; and we can only hope that lin ioing so they may find in other lands that constancy of attachment which is certainly not a characteristic of Victorian playgoers. Novelty and change is wiiht they seem mbst io care for. [hut we are " dropping intoe a criticisun that would be malapropos, and so return to our subject. Well, the house was crowded on Monday evening, the play being ' As You Like it" of Shakspeare. Mrs. Heir's Rosalind is too well known to require re-description, so it will be enough to say that she played it without any perceptible 'iiminution of...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 February 1868

POL(CE INTELLIGENCE. IPRAHRRAN COURT MiIONDAY, FEBRUARY 24. Before Messrs. W. Templeton, P:~AI., J. B. Crews, and G. Young, Esqs., J.P.'s. S ASSAULTS. ,Iary BlalPemore was summoned by Mrs. Gibson'for an assault. Mr. Weller appeared for the plaintiff, who said that on the 14th inst., between three and four o'clock in the afteirnoon, the defendant came and knocked at her door. On opening it she saw the defendant, who greeted her with a volley of bad language. Witness told her to go home, as she was not sober, and shut the door. The defendant pushed open the door, and so severely attacked witness that' she conme off minus a large quantity of hair, which she exhlbited in court. She was rescued by her husband. Was never asked for half-a-crown, nor did she know that one had been borrowed by her husband from defendant. A witness named Mrs. Moore deposed to hearing bad Inguage tsed while she was passing the plain tiffs house. The defendant denied that she attacked tihe plaintiff in the firs...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THEATRICAL FAREWELLS. MR. LAMBERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 February 1868

THEATRICAL FAREWELLS. Mn. iLA.MBanT. The Royal' was crammed on Thursday evening by the admirers of'this actor, to see him for thelaset tinge on that stage of which he has hien fbr so long a time one of tihe chief ornaiments. That Mir. Lambert shoull be leaving not only us, but the stage alto gether, is matter for deep regret, as in his peculiarline he is without a rival. It will be long ere we shall '/ look upon his like again" on tlie Melbourne boards-perhaps never. Still; however muchn wa may regret his retire meist, as thr as our personal gratification is concerned, wecanlibut rejioice that he has beet so sucessful--andl what few of his profession are, so carefil-that be can retire to enjoy at his ease the well-earned reward of forty-two years of public labour. Iay he live long andt happy is our hbarty wish. Oil this his farewell perfbrmance he appeared in seenes firom the Rivals, Money, and the Schoolfor Scandal, and therbby gave his many admirers -at least such of them as could...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. ROADMAKING IN PRAHRAN. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 February 1868

CORRESPONDENCE. IROADMAKING IN PRAJRAN. S To the Editor of the Telegraph. 'Sir,-The relative merits 'of machine and hand broken metal for the purposes of road making have again been veryl freely discussed, and, if I tnderstand rightly; the Council of Prahran at its last public works sitting ac cepted a tender for 500 cubic yards of 2-in. hand-broken metal for tile purpose of an ex periment as to its value when compared with the machine-broken metal. I SThis, Sir, is the old story; there is to be ac ltrial of;the respective materials, I should have written another trial, as there was one made by order of the cosneil some two winters' since, and I write advisedly, and state that the experiment demonstrated be yond theishadow of a doubt that the hand broken metal proved itself at least 50 per c.ent. superior for macadamising purposes to the machine-broken metal. ;I am aware, Sir, that the surveyor brought up a report as to this matter. In it I think he stated that he could not see any ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 February 1868

To tAp Editor of the Telegraph. Sir,-Any person interested in the question now agitating public opinion, viz.-hand or machine-broken metal, can see and judge for themselves if they will examine the metal now bding placed in Chapel-street. From the condition it is in it appears to me to be just as it left the machine, without having been screened at all. The timel was whei the working man after the compl tion of his job had to tork over his metal and leave the small out under the supervision of the surveyor; now, if there is any truth in1 the old proverb, "Fair play," &c., I cannot see why we should have an article less pprfect placed on our roads now. Is it because there is less wear now, or was that careful supervision superfluous ? A short time since the council trie4 an ex pariment on the subiect. I shoula like to ask -What is the result of thait triall ? And if present contracts are given upon the verdict of such trial, as a satepayer, I should uphold the council in acce...

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 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 February 1868

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28. Beftore the Mayor (James Patterson, Esq.) and H. Tullett, JP. I SMALL DEBTS. George Sparrow v. John Watson. Use and hires £8 17s. No appearance for defendant. Amount awarded, with fs. costs, to be paid in a fortnight. I ?MINOR OFLENCES. James Beagley was fined 2s. 'd. for allow ing his horse to wander in the public street. -John Wilson v. Mary Higgins. Disobey ordqr of court in not complying with a verdict to deliver up to the defendant a quantity of forniture. ,The goods were ordered to be re ititted in twenty-four hours, or.suffer fine or imprisonment.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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OAKLEIGH COURT. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 February 1868

OAKLEIGH COURT SATURDAY, FEBRUAn.RY 29; Before Messrs. W. T'empletn, P.Mi. and R. Hunter, Esq; J.P. ASSAULT. George Powell complained of his wife, Bridget Powell, for an assault. The com pliainant stated that his wife had left him, taking away his goods, and that: when he went to inquire about them she assaulted him. A fine was imposed of l10s., with 7s. Gd. costs. MINOR OpFFENCE. James Stanton was accused by James Campbell of allowing his dog tb destroy three fowls, value 7s. 6d. The Bench dismissed the case, as the fowls were at the time damaging tihel dafendtnt's haystack, and he had re peatedly warned the plaintiff that they were ioing damage. ILLEGAL DETENTION OF PROPERTY. James Russell summoned J. B. Carr for illegally detaining a cow, valued at £9. -Com plainant had purchased the cow about nine months since ifrom Mr. Joseph Ostler, and placed her in his own padock. She had been lost from thence; and shortly after Mr. Ostler's sudden departure from home the plhintiff had found...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHAT MIGHT HAVE HAPPENED TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE MODEL BOROUGH, NOTWITHSTANDING THEIR WELL PAID STAFF. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 February 1868

WHAT BIIGHT flVAE HAPPENED TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE MODEL BOROUGHI, NOTWITH STANDING THEIR, WELL PAID STAFF. T 'a Tob the Editor of tLe Telegraph. Sir,-If there is anything I dis is what has been called "rhshinig into print." But, Sir, there are other things I dislike still more, and 1:o have to pay for what I do not get is my particular aversion. You will say vhat has this to do with the ratepayers of our model' borough. I vill tell you, Sir. Amongst ou'r other model buildings we shall soon number a market, the broken-backed appearance of which is highly picturesque. The plans and specifications of this market came ainto my hands in the course of trade, and I became acquainted with their provisions. Being interested in the matter as a ratepayer, and having sundry doubts on my mind, I made some enquiries and became aware that an attempt was about to be made to substitute an inferior gauge of iron to that specified for the market roofs. On the 2ith inst., accom panied by a practical ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. SOUTH MELBOURNE v. EAST MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 February 1868

CRICKET. SouvrH IMELBOURNE v. EAST MELnoURNE. The first elevens of these clubs continued their maorch on Saturday afternoon, on the East Melbourne ground. It ended in a draw. South Melbourne were deprived of the services of Allan', who was playing in a match at Warrnambool. When the stumps were drawn the score stood thus: East Melbourne--0 and 207. South Dfelbourne-125. East MIelbourne had lost five wickets in their second innings. The matachbotween the second elevens of these clubs was brought to a conclusion on Saturday afternoon, the representatives of the former winningby47 runs. The totals made' were as follows: South Melbourne ... 8annd 89--127 East Melbourne ... 42 and 38-80 Majority for S. .... ... 47 The most succcssful batsmen for the winners were Allen (6 and 12), R. Foot (0 and 13), Williams (9 and 14), and 0. Chessell (1 and 17, not out); and for the losers, Kilburn (12 and 4). O. Chessell and Baker both bowled well for South Mlelbourne, the former taking 13 wickets for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 February 1868

<Education 1 touTHr YARRA ,COLLEGE Darling Street. Close to the Railway Station, Gardiner's Creek-rd. ]'rineipalt: IREV. It. KI. EWING, St. Andrew's Church, L.aunceston (Late IlRey. Jolir S. Miller), Assisted by inasters of Frpved Experience and Ability in thieir Respective Departments. Terms: Quertorly, payably ib talvanc.. Day pupils .. . Three guineas t)oy h.ourders I. . Six do "\YI:ekly boarders ... Twelve do Iresident boarders I... Twenty do Dodo (under twelve yearso ,.. lifteen do Extras; I Singing . .. I... HIlfa-Gtulinea 3Music (instrumental) ... ... Three guinea Drawing ... . .. Twodo unscing '"" ... Two do N.B.--A reduction of to per cent. in the case of brotlhers, wheln resident boorderu. For the sons of clergyimen special terms. References to the Rlev. George Mackie, South Yarira Hey. Irvine IIethlerington, Colline-street ; I1-'. A. D. Kiniiimonit, West hlelbhnurne Rev. A. I ob sztson, Wt t Melbourne; 13. Vallontinle, Esq., V at'tger, Cdmrmmereial Bank; R. Sim...

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MR. JAMES ANDERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 February 1868

S Mn. JAMEIS ANDERSON. This gentleman tools his farewell of Mel oue last Saturday evening, at the Theatre oy, selecting the dramatised version of hiler's '' Robbers" as the medium for doing so, There was a crowded house; and vhatever difference of opinion may exist among critics as to Mr. Anderson's abilities as ari actor, the audience on this occasion testified in no unmistakeable manner its ap proval. He was compelled to appeir before the curtain more than once during the pro gress of the piece, and at its conclusion, in obedience to a perfect starrq of applause, he delivered a threwell address, in which he ex pressed hIis great satisfaction at ithe success ladl achieved in the colonies, and the kindness ie lhad met with;-" if, perhaps, I except the unfbrtuonate circumstance of my lqeing usable to'satisfy the wondrous critical jnugment of a certain Melbourne journal, which condemned me'before it saw me, and strove to prejudice the public mind against me. AAnd if I allude at this m...

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 — 29 February 1868

BIRTHS. LITCHIFIELD.-On the 2.rd4 inst., at her resi dence, Inkernman-road, East St. Kilda, Irs. Ei?ward Litc.hleld of a son. ,MARRIAGES. TOMILINSON - CLIFF.--On thm 17th inst.5 at Pigeoln-hil, Warrnam, ool, by thel Rev. J. Ewence, Willianm Tomlainson, Esi., of Ballangeicl, to Elizabeth, only daughter of MIr. Edward Cliff, Merri Tannery, Warrnambool, lante of ChlpSg street, South Yalrra. DEA2iTHS. BALDt1RSON.-On the 26th inst., after two drys illnessa, ,Mr. Robert alhlerson, of Ohnpcl-streot, South Yarra, in hlis seventy-fourth year. CAMERON.--Oni the 20th ilst., Mfr. IJom Cameron, Gardin.r's Creek-road, South Yarra." SATURDAY, P F RUARY 29, 18i8.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE PRAHRAN AND SOUTH YARRA BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 February 1868

THE PRAHRAN AND SOUTH YA?RRI BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. We cannot believe that the facth wie published last week as to the pecrniary position of this excellent society are generally known. .Ve have a firmer .fiith in tihs benevolence of the residents of this district than to think they would knowingly let it languish for want o0 funds. The conclusion is therefore forced upon us, thalt it is through iggorance such an unsatisfactoly state of matters exists. There is no people ion the fhce of the earth.who disburse so libeially of, their means tolidd these who are nnfortunath as do the British. And this characteristic habus not been foind wanting in tlil. partion of them who have made their abode in this new land. If'our poor suffer neglect it is from lack of iknowledge of their wants, riot froam lack of sympathy, with their privations and struggles. But nonw that thl fact is made knovn, both from the pleadings. of the comn mittee and the figures we gave, that the flnds provided in this borou...

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 — 29 February 1868

.... Banks. THE NATIONAL BANK ,O AU0 • r* " ' TRALASIA. id-up Capital . .... 5400 S Eserve Fund... . ." 145,000 • PRAHRAN BRANCH. . Chapel Street. * INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. * Drafts issued on England,; Ireland, Scotland, t fanks Branches an4 Agenciesw throughout * th e W orld . . . . ,1'; . " i Business Hours en to Thrpe Saturdayo, Ten to Twelve. And for, the llRppeipt of ) Deposits on Saturday SEvenings from nine till ten. GEOuQE E. Top.unsT, Manager. THE NA ONAL BA3 of AUS0 • TRALASIA. . A E13AHCr of ilsis B \ s Iobeen 10ENfED\ *10 BOURRKE-ST IET EAST, MIBLBOUE.NE, Under the manag ant of T. F. Io its, Esq. * , . A. PRIE TLEY'~ Pro Gone I Manager. eHead c, 18 Collinj street west, Nov. 11, 187. ' \ THE LAND ' MORTGAGE .'BANK OF VICTORIA. (Limi'ted.) (For Deposit and Loan son Freehold.) norpsrated under thle Companies Statute, 1864. Offices-18 Collins-street east. DIRECTOIRS. ron. C. J. Jenner, .L.C., eihairan. Hon. . I M'Crae. MI.L.C., vice-chqireia .obert Byrne, Esq., J.P Wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 February 1868

V . R. WADE will P.REACI at Ihe cchanics' Institute, Plrahlran, To-morrow , nand evening.-' Lord's Supper in evening." SS S. ITECKSHEIR, pupil of C. E. TICorslcy, TEACIER Of rthe PIANOFORTE, or rdsidece, CIhairles.rtreet, lrahran. S 8r ? . Ir. TI U N - E E TItCIIEIR OF TfEi PIANOF-ORTR, I oli Placo, Punt 1Iill, South Yarra, SOpposite the residcnce of Judgn Williams ulr,ils WTVnited upon at their ?cridences. . . lhas lhad considerahle experience in Taition, : nan give filt-class Ileferenccs as to lher elliciency. [ANOS.-Wolf and 9o., and Win. Stodart Sand Son's celelrated manafictnro, on SALE, by S. IIENTY and Co., 11 Little Collins-street west. J. P A L 1 N G ,, PIANOFOITE antl MlUSI W\VAlREIIOUSE, 35 Collins-street east. I, o ngent for Erard's andt Auclire Freres' world renoirned. pianos. P1. ,T. Pnline invites ins iation of his IMAGNIFI lNT 511OW IIOMS1, whler hIe has on view a purb.stock o! PIANOS Antd IIARMONIUMS lunboritng upwards of 300 instrumentts), by all tlhe nmst CelebrAl...

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MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24. Present—The mayor (G. Young, Esq.), and Councillors Ogg, Smith, White, and Lacey. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 February 1868

MUNI I PAL INTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24. Present-The Mayor (G. Young, Esq.), and Councillors Ogg, Smith, White, and Lacey. The minutes of the lst meeting were read 1 pad confirmed., pORRESPONDENE. Letters were read- / From the local bench of magistrates, cer tifying to an account of L].'I s. due to Dr. Llewellyn for medical services rendered in examing 4 lunatic rebently brought before the court. Councillor Qgg nmoved that the tccouent be paid, which Cotucillor White se conded, and was carried.. From the Melbouine and;:Hobsofi's Bay United Railway Company, stating in reply to a deputation of the council which waited on them in reference to a crossing over thie loop line in continuation of St. David's-street that they would have no objection if certain con iitions were complied wfth. Councillor Lacey movedl that the letter be talkdn into considera tion in conjunction with themotion oihiclh Councilor Vail had given notice of moving. Jt ias im;possible that they co...

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SOUTH YARRA v. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 February 1868

SbUPH YARRA V. RICH MOND: Both of the matches betwveen these clubs were brought to a.legitimate termination last Saturday, and in each instance victory crowned the exertions of the South Yarra players.. The premier teams played at Richmond, and the totals they made were South Yarra ...... . 9 and 29--98 Richmond ... ... 57 and 33-90 MIajority for S.Y. :.. ... 8 With 7 wickets to fall in their second innings, in which .Johnston and Marsden made re spectively 13 and 12 for Richmond, and Willoughby 1i (notouc),for South Yarra. The seconds elevens played in Fawkner Park, and made the following totals: South Yarra .. .. 115 and 51a-166 Richlmond .... ... 89 and 35-124 Maj9rity for S.Y. ... ... 42 In this innings the longstopping of T. Coventry for the winners was excellent, only one. bye. being scored against him, whilst there wovere 19 on the other side. A novel banquet will be held in Melbourne next Thursday. The unsuccessful candidates at the last general election are to dine together...

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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 February 1868

i a THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27. Before the Mayor (G. Young, Esq.,) J 1B. Crews, and J. Goodman, J.P.'s. S DRUNKENNESS. Willian, Saunders was charged with bein drunk and'disorderly. He had been behav ing in a very riotous manner in Argo-street, nad on a constable remonstrating with him, lie attacked him with a stick or rather n log, the blows from which he had great difficult in warding off. He was ultimately firml secured with cords, not, however, before he had inflicted a very severe kick on Constable M'Laughlin, and taken to prison. The bench fined him 10s. for being drunk, 20. for the assault, and 10s. for wilfully damag ing private property. I GOOSE STEALING EXTRAORDINARY. A German named William Robert we brought up on three separate charges of gose stealing. The first aharge entered into. was the taking of 13 geese, the property of Eliz beth Brooks, who deposed that she lost the above number of geese on Monday, the 24t instant, which she valued at £2, and, had not seen them till thi...

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MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 February 1868

MEMORANDA. Those persons who were prevented from voting at the recent.election, through not hav ing taken out electoral rights, should make irmmediate application for them, as to day is the last day for receiving applications for in sortion in the next roll. The annual election of assessors and, audi trs for the various municipal bodies takes place on Monday. There is usually little idterest taken in these elections by the great bulk of the burgesses, and yet'the importance of electing good men is quitel as important as for the office of councillor, which is mostly so botly contested. I A proliminary, moeeting, for the purpose of getting up a testimonial to MIr. J. B. Crews, was held at the Riflemen's Arms. Hotel last evening, and after con shider able discussion the matter was adjourned until Frid y evening next, at8 o'cleck. We hear there is every probability that thero will shortly be two vacancies in tie Prahran gorough Council.' We are not in a position to assert posi tiroly th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 February 1868

Business Directory MED?ICAL. A. F. White, Chemist als Druggistj (fhe' post office) Chapel street, Prahraa 51IsCELT.ANEOUoS. Ross, Bookseller, Stationor, &e., Clmpel-street, Prahlran, opposite T'owsl-lall. James Firman, Botmaker, Argyle-street, S~uthl. Yarra, sebond house from tlhe (X,aommesrcil..road. Walker, News Agest, Clapel-street, 'Prathran, AU paper.a delivered.early and punctustlly. J. Parker, Colosial Ovoa Matoufactory I 3s9 Pou Office-pluce, ~rclbournace. Parker, Curer of Smoky Chimneiys 3C LittLl Bourke-street east, telbouluse I

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