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INDIGNATION MEETING AT CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 March 1868

INDIONATION MEETINO AT CAIULIELD. An indignation meeting was held in the Common Schoolroom, Oaulfield, on TueSday evening, Sir George Stephen in the chair. Almost every male inhabitant of the parish was present; and the following resolutions being unanimously passed: It was moved by the Rev. Stanley Litwe, the clergyman of the parish, and seconded by Mr. Msller--" 'Ihat we regard with horror the recent attempt to assassinate His Royal -ighness the Duke of Edinburgh, land humbly thank Almighty God, who bhas in his great mercy preserved his life and given us hope of :his perfeot recovery firom Ishis wound." It was moved by the Rev. W. Poole, Baptist minister, and seconded by Mr. Duncan "That we most emphatically denounce the attempted act of assassination as traitorous, cowardly, and diabolical." It was moved by Mr. Hemming Webb, and seconded by Mr. Wilberforce Stephen "That we share in the abhorrence.of the crime expressed throughlout the colony of Victoria, and declare our loyal aff...

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 — 21 March 1868

Photographers. - 0oREQRGEn CP STO'NE, ,- i:l:' OT'£uO'?"RiP.C. ARTiST, . COiAPEli STREPl, PRAlR AN, 01 POSITII T0~P; 1 UAU. Cartc-de-Visites, Cabiet, neaid esvery other descrip S tion of Porihits.h G j.iledges hiLself tLhat every portrait he .tkes sh \i lie li?.the best style 'nd at modcer'at'Tricei Y;.r.-.I OU IWANT ·YOURl. .. GA 'R'TEDEVS E _,A~: n: E D'E Ilt ·L.I;S.IT E Ta ken as it should be, ge to -IE W~ .T'S 95iSWi NSTON" STREET, IIELBOURNE. i Csrtoes-d;-Visite ned" Vinettes--'iwo Copies, 5s. Si- Db., los.n T' elve 'Do., Ss. ; after copies .ls eachn i all:o.[- : -. UNSUJFPA SFD QUALITY. . lscllianeous ... The following. EIGHT liglhly:inliortant LEC TURES:- 1,st-Structuro of Man 2nd-- Do S3rd--?nuctions of Mlian . l:4tl--Marria.e :. ,ith--Abnormal Condition of Mian.:. :' .6 th--"permiatorrhlmi "0 " ihi-alie Delicacy , , . ..... i: 'Sth Special DiseaeE? ABi delivEreil: at tlie Anthiropologicaltt fisem ; Stihe -whole neatly biund together, entitled ., T£1E;P'IIILOSOPHY of MARRIAG...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MR. M'NAUGHTON'S MOTIVES. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 March 1868

MR. M'NAUGHTON'iS MOTIVES. To the Editor of the' Telegraph. Sir,--The last letter you did me the honour of inserting was on the' subject of MIr. M'Naughton in re the St. Kilga market. and I am sorry to acknowledge that the same miserable object is the cinise of this. I shall not enter into thle facts concerning the corr. gated iron, for those in a few days the law will decide, nor will I waste my time and your valuable space, Sir, by awelling on the integ. rity of a man, the outpourings of whom haeyv long since exposed his contemptible nature. What! are there none amongst his followers who are able to discern i his true motives through his little trickeries? or are they all labouring under an infhtuation caused by hIis mild appearance and~gentlemanly behlaviour? Do they fora moment imagine Mr M'Naugh. ton to be the man who, to the detriment of his own business, would stand forth as protec tor of their municipal rights ? Has he over performed an action in Sti Kilda that wouhll warran...

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 — 21 March 1868

VOTERS' LISTS. OTICE is hereby given, that a copy of the SUP PLEMENTARY LISTS of VOIEIS for thp outh Yarra and Windsor Divisions of the St. Kilda istrict aro in my custody, and ready to be inspected y any person interested therein. JOHN CRAtEN, Town Clerh. Town-hall, Prahren, March 19, 186B.. VOTERS' LISTS. T..Kilda East, St. Kilda West, and lEleternmiks SDisisions of the Central Province, and ElectoraL istrct of St. Kilda. I hereby give notice, th?t thq. SUPPLE ENTARY LISTS, 1868 of persons claiming to be. stitled to vote in the above divisions ftr. nsambers f the Council and Assembly, are noy in my ossession, and may.boINSPEQIED, atj all reaaon ble times, at this ofice. Csigned) JQ11E RO3~CTOR. Electoral IRegistrar. 16,4 15igh-strceet, St. Kilda, March 20, 1868. tlunticilmTl. BORO.UGH OF PRARAN. HE Borough Council having rsolved to inquire i-to the relative merits or valures of HAND I~ROEN and MACIINE-BROKItK NETAL otice ishqreby given that they will sit on Mon Mny, March 30, at 8...

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 — 21 March 1868

rIHB NATIONAL?, BANIC ,:OF!: ,AUS-, .C ,? ... '.:"' .TRALASIA; : .-,..:.: . .rutd -up Cupitl *.··., .,.· £EI4OLP ooo: Res.ro und.. .. . .. 14.50,00. I1 Pv AIIA.. -' ;.BRANCH,. : Chapel Street . . INTE'lrttrs T 'ATjTLOXWED ON D:I)EPOSITS,: Dr,,fis issuet on ELiglaoi', rielaoil' Seotlalitl, an0L the Bankls' Briaihes k.nolf rctdg ies' throughoit lthe W orld.. : : ,: "i i . ,Business Iours-: :, , ::.i Pen to: Three;: Sattirdays, Ten to Twelve.. And fo, tih elcipt of Deposits oi SotirGity Evenings fromn nine till ten SGvEotoGE ITOLKUUtST, 'Iatnuer •.~ .a"lcl ·.:jrs.H.... .... ,. . ..( r?filE LA'D MORTGNGE BANK . ( 9 VI CTO iiieorpdrtediundte' t.6,e?iiitPit'es St-stltt t S Othiers--tC~ds.treet' eaist. .. Ion.. J. .i mr? " C n ie?.? arm..'i ••'on.' J: J!,Ciid~;M, ! r?1., hi "Robert "Tt rite,.cdq:.' J. V' -e'V?: Williahu'netmotd, Esi. - Jolhii Spcdce O0gih.y, Esq S Ge-orge Whaiton, Esi., J.·P.. ;- .: This ionipafiy is ektnblished for the: purpose f receiving delposits for fixed pe.iods,:nd ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 March 1868

To CORUESPONDENTS, : Letters from "Semper Paratus" and < A Itatepayer" receivdd. They are, however, reluctantly held ovdr, owing to the unusual pressure on our time and space this wedk. Will these and otITer correspondents bear in mind, that the earlier in the week Ive get their favours the better chance they stand of immediate insertion? O!ur resources mae not thboe of a daily journal. __h _degraph. I .. .. .....C p--1 1 S4TAT)IDnY, .MA?C.?t 21, 18c, .

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 — 21 March 1868

BIRTH. TARLTON.-O.n the 14th inst., at Neptune-strc?t St. Wildan, Mrs. Rqbert A. Tarlton, of Adelhide, S.A., of a son. RITOHIE.-On the 16tl inst., at Eaton-plaga, Punt-road Windsor, Mrs. S. S. Ritchie of a son. DICKINSON.-On the 14th inst., at Putit-lhill, South Tarra, Mrs. Charles Baron Dickinson of a daughter. DEA'2H. HIAYTER.-On the 1Ith inst., at Darling-streb?t, South Xarra, of r~snlignant scarlet fever, Heylyn WVilliam G.Jodenough, eldest surviving son of Henry'Heylyn and Susan Hayter, aged five years and six months. LA1E..-On the 12th inst., at her residenoce B.e hive Store, Chapel-street, Pralhr~n, tise wife of .[,r. Ebenezer Dines Lane of a dauglhter, stillburn. L.ACK00OOD.- 0n the lath inst., at Leupa, T'oorak, of diphltherin, Jemima Officer, eldest daughter of Riclhard Blackwood, Esq., of Hakt wood, New South Wales, aged five years. I

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MEETING OF THE PRINCE ALFRED BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 21 March 1868

M!EETING OFTHE PRINCE ALFRED SBOWLING CLUB. A meeting of the members of this club was held on the green, Fitzroy-street, St. Kilda, last evening, for the purpose of expressing their horror at therecent murderous attack en H.R.H the Duke of Edinburgh. Mr. Niimmo, the president of the club, took the chair, and having briefly s'pened the pro ceedings said that as a club of which H.R.H. had been pleased to enrol himself as member, they could not do otherwise than express their indignation at the cowardly and dastardly assault, and at the same time ex press their greatest hopes of his speedy re covery, and a safe return home to his august mother. Ho felt sure that he would not attribute to the country any connexion with the would-be assassin, and that among his other recollections, would not fail to think of his visit to the Prince Alfred Bowl ing Club. He called on the Hon. A. eraser to move the first resolution, as follows:-" That this meeting hereby ex press its abhorrence and detesta...

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 — 28 March 1868

AT 52 SWAIbTON STREET SOUTH. THE LONDON LOAN & DISCOUN'I SOCIETY, . In'prepared to advairee siums from £5 to £10,000 oi personnl security, every descrilitio:t of mercht:t diset bills of Indingt, inled wvarrhtit, &c., &o. nlort gages effected at a very low rate of interest (with no Iow charges) SAnmong thie advantnges tthant borroters have io their t onosnctions with this office are viz.: Lons granted imtmediately on application. ' . The strictest secrecy observed. TINs society has now bel erttablishled three years, nttd Ihas obtained a reputatotiloh for the straiglht forward and liberal manner thebusiness is conducted inl. Officd Ilkours, 10 to 5;: Mondayo, 10 to 8 ('IIIC'LATING LOAN ond DISCOUNT S CO.PAN.?Y.-CASI ADVA)rN CES, in Town, or Coinmtr.--Gentlemetn,toadesmeo,otnd others requirinp trmpormt, cash aeconttodatio,. may oblhn the same ot o low rate of intlerest, upon their note of lmand, eleposit of deetds bill of.sale, or otlher seurit.y, ot polplicatio...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. KILDA COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 March 1868

ST. KILDA. COURT. FRIDAY, MAnRCII 27. Before the Mayor (James Pattorson, Esq., T. Baillie,.Fnord, and Mopre. SMALL DEBT'S. William Armstrong summoned Dr. Van lemert for £8 10s., a?h amount alleged to be due for the construction of a wardrobe. 'Thn plaintiff stated that he had constructed it according to tle direction of Mr. Smith, the architect, and as close as possible to thi specification. Mr. Smith decided that the wardrobe had been constructed according to order, and had moreover told him while he was maknting it that he would not certit, to it. Verdict for defendant. ASSAULT, &C. James Galvin v. Caocherine alvin. As sault. Mr. Read for the plaintiff. and Mr: Stephens for the defendant. There wer, several other cases, one against tihe defeindant for perjury and a cross-summons ngainst Galvin to keep tihe peace and for maintenance. After some discussion betw.een tihe belch and the solicitors, the plaintiff ngreed to withdlraw the case of perijury aegainst his wife. The ev...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DEAD WITNESS [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 March 1868

THE DEAD WTrNESS cBY WILlIAM SAWYEIR. (CROH THE ENGLISH BRIOH'TON GAZETTE.) I.. Tile house occupied by Mlartin Thredder, underwtriter, was situated on the Quay, at Bristol. It was very old and exc?ptionally -loomy, through hlaving been jostled out of the way by newer and more prosperous buildings that set their backs ag?inst its windows, and monopolised nearly all the fiontago. So from the Quay it looked a mere, slice of 8 house, squeezed back, and displaying only an evil eye of a window. and door enough to beair the plate (black with ag') announcig Martin Thredder's name and cllin'. The house was, nevertheldss, iarge and roomy. It ihad been the home fior generations of Bristol merchants, in the days wshen merchants dwelt in the old city, and loved to be ever amongtthe shipping and mingling with the lifaofthe Quay.. Since thoseoi da:ys it had grown dilapidated and all the best rooms had .long since been abandoned to the spiders and the rats. Martin Thredder had lived in it twenty ye...

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 — 28 March 1868

Business Directory N EDICAL, A. F. White, Chemist and Druggist, (the post oflice) Chapel street, Prahran MISCELLANEOUS. Ress, Bookseller, Stationer, &c., Chapel-street, PraLhran, opposite Town.hall. James Firman. Bo',tmaker, Argyle-street, South oarra, second house from the Commercial-road. Walker, News Agent, Chapel-street, Prahran, All papers delivered early and punctually, J. Parker, Colonial Oven Mtanufactory 39 Post Oloel.pluce, Melboruce. Parker, Curer of Smoky Chimneys. 39 Little Bourkeostrees. east, MIelbournc Educational IOUTH YARRA COLL.EGE k.) Darling Street. Close ta the Railwvay Station. Gaodiner's Creek-rd. P'rincipal: REV. R. K. EWING, St. Andrew's Church, Lauuneston (Late Reo. 3John S. Miller), Assisted by Masters of Proved Experience and Ability in their RIespective Departments. Terms: Qsrtorly, plyyable in advance. Day pupils .. . ... Three guineas Day ho;rders ... ... ... SiX do Weekly boarders ... ... TwIelve do Resident boarders ... .. Twenty do Duflo (o...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE POLITICAL POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 March 1868

THE POLITICAL POSITION. Parliament met'last Tuesday, but ponly for a few minutes. ,The ?'ld Ministry had va cated office and.no nw one bad been formed. The only c~ndition-kthe power of dissolution. under eertaih hnae&d ciroumstances-on which \the chiefs of the Opposition would consent \to accept 'office His Excellency did not feel ahliberty" to grant. It was an nounced that he had put himself in communi. cation with Mr. Riddell, who was engaged in endeavouring to construct a Cabinet, and on whose behalf an adjournment was asked and granted for s" week; Up to yesterday, Mr. Riddell had not succeeded in his task. Whether he will ultimately surmount the diffieulties.by which it is surrounded is hard to say, hut we sincerely hope he may. Un de~tartdindigiilt his programme mwould be to get lain 'p'opriation Bill passed minus the Darling Grant; and tu endeavour to"get'the latterl?pasted sJ: aisepqrLte measure, iwe shbiuld like to -see him succeed. it has been our opilnion for some...

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 23. Present—The Mayor (James Patterson, Esq.), and Councillors Gardiner. Lord, Tullett, Peterson, Ford, Oldham, Crouch, and Bunny. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 March 1868

MUNICIPALr rINTELLIGENCE ST. KRr,:DA CO-NCIL. MoikDAY,' 'MkRCH28*. Present--The Mayor (James Patterson, Esq.), 'arnd'Councillors Gnrdiser, Lord, Tulletr, PetersonBunny. Ford, -Oldhi'lm, Crouch, and Bunny. CORRES'ONDENCE. Letters were rend- From the Chief Secretoiry's office, sckn'w ledging the receipt of. the Mlarket bye-laws. Another from the same; office, stating the Governor in.Council drould not be advised to disallow them. From the Government Printing office, for warding two copies of the Amended Borougth Bill. The town clerk was instructed to ask for copies for each of the members of the borough council. From the Central Boardrof'Heanlth, acknow ledging receipt of appointment of Health Officer, and requiring iinfdrmation as to the salary of the office. Information was ordered to ibe sent. From J. Carter, aenlling lattention to stones suitable for road makling lyring in hieaps near the swamp on the beach, and suggesting that said stones be used in making a road through it. Refe...

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 — 28 March 1868

M EMORANDA.. The St. Kildt borough council have, 'wit1 com mendable promptness;: decided on making grraage ments at the pier for the preservation of life from drowning. Tho-nature of thee cin be oTcarnti from ourreport of the proceedings of the council given in another part of our to-day's issue. Hand-bills have beeri circiloted anngIeneaing that the stalls in the St. Kil.a -iMarket willbe let b lot on Wednesday next, bn ttme on! the frllowing Saturday the market Pill be opened. Those in' erested in the matter ·will find flull particulars on the bills alluded to, or can gain furtlier information by applying to the town clerk. We desire to call the especial attention of the in. babitants of Prairan to the fact that the proceeds of dhe Popular teadings, on.Tuesday evening will be given to the ·-ahran and South Yarra Ladies' Benevolent Society. His Honour Judge Poliman inas consented to.preside. An excellent programme ias been selected, whlich includes an address by the Rev. George Mac...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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OUR LOYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 March 1868

OUR LOYALTY. The joy felt at the recovery of the' Duke of Edinburghl was given expression' to bn Sinday last at most of the places of religioius worship in Melbouine and its suburbs. SAt the Prabran Independent Church the Rev. W. Moss delivered an appropriate dije couiirse, based on the words of the Psalmist (Psalm o. 4), "Enter into Iis gates witih thanksgiving, and into His courts with praise; be thankful unto Him, and bless his name,' flaying shown the duty and privilege of public worship iri general, the preacher con cluded by pointing out that while thankt givingis a .part of I worship never to be nr lected, there are timtes when it especially be comes OChristians td unite in publio acknow' lodgement of the Divine interposition in be stowing national dr in averin- national calamity. Suich an occasion was the present. Had the poor wretdhed man O'Farrell sap ceed in his diabolicai attempt to take tlieolif of our Royal guest, it would indeed haye been a publc calanity. A noble pri...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. A NIGHT WITH THE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 March 1868

SCORESPONDBNOE. s - A NIGHT WITH-THE PRAIIRAN ~nl'I COUNCIL. s .,,. tehe Editosof the Teegraer ? ph. SLet's tell men freely of'thoir'fastest faults, nad laugh at their vain edsiant yainor thuught ." r--The plot thickens. 'Wei dre now it aseliiis to have a' committe .to .inidstigat' e beJe menits of machinie 'h 'bmnd'lroik en metal. They are supposed.ito .take evidence and to decide this question 'satisfactorily and fairlyt' a once and fafor ever. Werl,.Sir, this proposed course of actiozi is very creditable' to the council as a body, but 'to: makesthis decision respected and. effective I apprehend that strict neutrality iand the most unpreju diced judgment, together" withwli'iell.knovwn' and trusted impartiality,' should characteride the whole' of its liroceedings. 1Not only must the arbiters of this ;matter:be .not suspedted, but they must be alsoabove suspieion; and I take it, sir,' th?,ntif publicr opinion has in any way sn ledu. out any member ofour' council so as to caiuse any ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THURSDAY, MARCH 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 March 1868

TIurnsDAY, lIARCHc (. Before the Mayor (G. Young, Esq.), and J. Goodman, Esq., J.P. L.ncENY. A lad, named Middleton, was brought up charged with ilarceny fioom the dwelling of Mrs. M. A. White, of Union-street, Prathran. The stolen property consisted of. a coat, vest, cruet-stand, bdoocah, and sundry other articles, valued at £6. The prisoner hadl been in tti employ of thle prosecutrix bfor several days previously andion thei Saturday following his discharge, the !21st inst., he returned and stole the property vwhile she was at the Emerald hill market. jSergeant Ellis, said he had arrested the lad a day after the reported rob bery, witlh the stolen coat on his back. 11i, had no one to take care of hIim. IIis father was a hard workinag man up the country, but tile mother was a great drunkard and kept no home together. i The prisoner pleaded "guilty," and was ordered to be imprisoned for one week, at the end of which lime to he sent to the training ship ftr two years.--W. Fairlurn was...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE ROAD METAL QUESTION. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 28 March 1868

TIlE ROAD METAL QUESTION. To the Editor of thie Telegraph. Sir,--It has long been an established fact that "quality is the testl; of cheapness," but accord ing to your oorrespondent," Semper Paratu,' we have been" savying the fetather and losing the goose," and fori thle smallest amount iii the price refused an aricle which hos been proved to' be from 25 toi50 per cent. hletter thln machine-cruslied mietal, in proof of which he adduces two facts, namely, the trial in Chapel street near the TownHall, and the borougth of Williamstown, which having gone to the ex pense of a machine find it cheaper to let it stand idle'and employ hand labour rather than use the machine. They say facts are stubborn things, and one fact is worth a dozen tes timonials. 'there is another aspect in which to view this.matter, "Semper Paratus" has proved to his own satisfaction, at least,, the superiority ot hand-broken metal.' I will now, with yo'ur permission, prove that it is cheapest. " Sem per Paratus" sa...

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