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PITH OF PARLIAMENT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 May 1866
SPITi-VOF ..PARLIAMENrT. . F Ai r. . ., The Assembly eat for about as hoyr, dpring which time the long-expected dospstclhes were laid on tile table?. Mr, 'Balfour.postponed his motion in connexion with' them until the following..: .. . .. ...TpE AY, :. On which evening-the. Council metl and Mr; Miller having laid the despatches on thet 4bleth Hou~se adjourned.until the fol!owing day. -, . :.; In , thoe: Assembly, Mr., M'Culloch, aid.: the Government would not object to appoint a royal onmiesion to inquire iluto the ,operatioe of the Wineo,, Beer and Spirit Sale.Statite during the recess. Mr. Levi a4ked under .what authority the ten, sugar, gold and opium duties had been col leeted at the reduced rate, from tllh October to 28th 1'evenmber, and whether it was intended to col lect the difference. Mr. Francis aoid that the ror duced duties had been collected under'the auithority of that IIouse.. It was notiutended to collect thel difference. After a. few unimportant onatters had been. d...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 May 1866
oOCTOlt THOMIA LICENTIATE HI? 'THif1 IIOYAL 'O1 LEGE OF rHrSICIANlS O ENOLN). ECMBERI af the Itoyal Colleg of Sargeons, Liecratteto in Mtidwvifory. ylanf or of the tooncil of Mledical Edoca 1tion1 Londen, and Meamtler Medical hoard cf Victoria. See diploanas io the iloctor's Cotsunlting IRoomsn. May be privatoly stat confidetntially consulted, either persoanlly or by letter at hin New' Consulting Roomos, 97, aod alao at his surLery), 222 Great I.onsdalc-otreel, Melbourne. In thoce distresingl disoases arinitig from erly alute namrly-tlos of oprocreative pittwr, lmpairment of thue geterative system, aerviaus ml litystal de fility, langour, fluahing, wastiog or. spettmatorriran, plpitation or the heart, gidelivese, avoudnce of socicy, skio eruprions, andt contagiou. mltldito. On the lIth day of teabru:.ry lIb,. Doctor .h'toonmas gained the Highest hlocouis at th0e rloytil tolltge of PIhysinianos of Eiiglaod ill ite treatment of norvous anti plhysicaldebility, physiology, ontatomoy, pt...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 May 1866
* HOLLOAY'?' OINTIENT I.-In hbud leg, licer,, scrofulous sdres, and glandular swellings, bthis OInt nient operates very gently, but very surely, and witll a rapidity that resembles magic. It slhould be rubbed into the'parts affected, after they have been fomented with lukewairni water.' Tile purifying and eurative powersa of thls. marvellous "Unguent have never been diqputed by any one wlho lhas given it a fair trial.. It ataini not a particle of any substance of naoiios" naturef, nr is there a ease orireeordja iuvwhicli it hbsa idne the olighteit harm; while there are authentics reports aof inumerablie cures affected by it in all colestrses, It is as mlsh in, its action .si it sio porertul and beneficial in its effects .' Business Directory. MEDICAL. A. F. White, Chemist andi Druggist, (the post oftce ChIapel itreet, Prahran. STOREKEEPERS, GROCERS, &C. J. Gummer, Wholesale and Retail Grocer, Chapel street, opposite Union-street, Prahrani. E. Rule, Grocer and Provision Deale...
ELECTION MEETING AT PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 May 1866
ETiCTIOi MEETING AT PRAHBRAN. In compliance with a numerously signed requisition to the mayor, J. Snowball, Esq., a publip meeting wqs convened at the-. own Hall; Prahr~an, on TlI?~i~day evennng last. Tl'he Mayor in the chair. 'The clhalrman having briefly stated the ubjects of the meet ing, called upon the candidates to address the meeting. M?r.J. I. KRNIP.E, on coming forward, said he was ratther taken by surprise to find a a few minutes back that he had been placed foremost amongst the speakers. lie said he was comparatively unknown to th ratelpayers, and therefore sq ?lred a disadvantage. how ever, lhe trusted with i little exertio.n on hIis own part, and a little of the ratepayers, to obtain the desired result, viz., a seat'at the borodgh council table of Prahran. Alt.hough be had previously ta1en no prominent part inapublic proceedlings, still privately lihe lhad devoted considerable time and ati.ention to the matters whichl weire then. at issue between the counci and the rate...
MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 30. Present—The Mayor (J. Snowball, Esq.), and Councillors Crews, Dickson, Vail, White, and Hutchings. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 May 1866
M~UNIpI PAL~ It4T7ELL~IGENOE'P~ - MonDAY1 APRIL. 30 Presedt--The Wyor.d (J Snowball: Esq.), and. CouncillorsiOrws~p, . Dickson, Vail, White; and 'Hutchings, ?: . The mindtesof the last asating wer6 teead anodconflishied.'~ L~·I ma '. doRatrdnPOD?N ?,v . .:. Lette Wrd-read From. th? G~neral Post-of;ice, Melbou-ne stating, in'' keply' to : ia Zhimuni:ationi from tihe council, Tthlt' driangeinents awere being mnade foir the speedy estatblishunent oi'a Poit offliea Savings Bank itsi'Prahron Couincillort Crews moved that th'e letter be receivdid; and congratulated the douncil on the flict Coun cillor Vail seedinded, "Carried.; Fromni ? Nettleton, photdgrapher; Nortlh lfelbburne, tiriiging outider tlt'h oieb of: ti:: council his iniproired and coniplete appaipattds for takinng plhotograbhic views of the district:' tfo the drthcominn 1Exhibitionl paid "eiclosinig copy of testimbnials of ability in!saeli mhtteis' from J. Knight, the' ecietary for the"'dote. misaio.:' Counoillor :Vail moved ...
MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 May 1866
,ME ORAND Tho attention of topaycrs is calec to the neO. ity' of at once pa, g up their re e of rotes n order to qualify thlemselves for. enrilment on the annual lists. We are informed that in soveral of the suburban towns' it is intoncid'that the Rievisioa Courts to be held in July, shall not be the mere mattor of form that it has, formerly li.en, but that without respept to pbities or party itis.intended to ohjrct to overIy namio about which ahy doubt may exist, ied also to lascertain whether I the names en. rolled are of partico who have ~oid uplall their rates. The list of ilbdfaudters irill then be published. SWe pndmrstepd fot~opa reliablo: soreo that it is the ietention 'of theo Government to aniend the Civil Service Act, by the' ititiasuction of pIsovisions which will bave the effect of prohibiting all persons in thebo service of theGovernmcnt, whether under the sact or iot, from taking part in political or borough matters. It is also intoelded to appoint a Royal Conrmisesio...
NOBLE MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 May 1866
NtOBLE MEN. heTo noboot 'ien oy eonath arc nina sy so ·~lnd~a$ rebrown: wlih t~ol, Who backed by no aidcestral graves, how down thlc iroods and till the soil And thereby win a proudar fame than follow a king's "•or .warrior's namt.e .. . . h working' men whato'er their tqosk, to crve the stone or bear tlheo hod, They wear upon thir :honeat' brows the royal stamp : and sean lofo, : , And brighter ao thecl drppa of sweat thgn diamqnds in a coronet, p od bless the noble orleking men whob rea the citics * 'of the plain,' Who dig in mines and build the ships who drive the commerce oftho main, :. pod bless tlem! for their; swarthy hands haTe " wroghtl tho glory of all lands. ' " 4:'.. - . .
THE PUBLIC HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 May 1866
S THE PUB iIc. E ?TI LTl. I should not be ~ecessary to have con inslly to urge, eitler upon communities or ndividuals, the paramount imisrtance of taking all' nioessary steps to promote the public health. Yet .history upmistakably teaches us that sucl: must he done. The unconcern with which fertile sources of disease are permitted to grow up in the midst of communities is truly astomnishing, There might have: bsen s: me excuse for this iegligdnce bheforeiencs hbed demonstrated: the ldangers arising fiom such conduct. Our forefathers might ba pardoned for not edopt ing measures to remedy evils they did not comprehend. But=-with-us the case is different. We know that the crowding. to gether of human 'beings in ill-built and ill-ventilated dwellings is a fruitful source o . disease and death--we know that open cess pools, uncovered lraisa s,,no;ioous maniuf,,c tories, and a host of other diseasembreeding arrangements will surely be :follqwed by a decline of the piUblic health; and yet ...
DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 May 1866
ThomasStannings, a rgl and boane gatherer, Ind his wife, Mary Stannings, charged with being drunk and disoiderly, wero dischlarged as they had been locked up all night. SMALL DEBTS. J. M. Ashton v. Edward Castree. .Go6ds, £4 1ls i. i. Postponed as there was no legal proof' of the siinmmonns having" been scrved.-F. Richards v. Henry Hewitt. Use and ocecpation, £4 14s. 61. The bench awarded £3 17s. 10d., with 5s. costs, £2 to bo paid forthwith, and the balance in one month..
ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 May 1866
ST. ICILDA COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 1. Before the Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.), and Messrs. Baillie and Wilson. SUMMONS CASES. G. F. Russ v. James Mason. Work and labnur, £1 9s. Gd. Postponed.-J. O'Farrell v. John Cobb.. Rent, 17s. 3d. Amount awarded, with 2s. 6d. costs.--Snme v. Keigh Rex. Goods, 10s. Id. Postponed till next court dny.--Sme v. J. Perry. Goods, 18s. Amountnawnrded, with 5s. costs;-Inspector of Dogs v. Josinh Wesley. Having an un-1 registered dog in his possession. Fined 5s., and 5s. costs.
POLICE INTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 May 1866
POLICE ..INTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, Aresi. 30. Before W. Templeton, P.M., and JT. B. .:...Qews, Esqs. eMALL DSI5TS. William Grove v. J. P. Ihayes.. Goods, £13 10s. Mr. Kicholson lbr plaintiff and Mr. Miller fom defendant. PTnintiff, who is an auctioneer. esiding in St. Kilda, said the. de fendant had a gig and harness from him, and the gig .vas,nearly destroyed by an:accident. Defendant promised 'to pay for them, and said he would give him £15 cash and a bill for the remainder. T'his promise had bren several times repeated. Defendant. denied plaintiffls statement, alleging that Mr. Grove had asked him to dispose of the gig by lottery; that:the shaft which was broken was nearly eaten through with rust; and that no iljury was done to any other part of it. lie hod offered to pay plaintiff for the damsg'e sus toinedl, but had never agreed to give him £13 10. for the gig and herness. A. slip of palier was handed to the bench which hied been given to Ms, Nicholson, end on whichl ...
THURSDAY, MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 May 1866
T'HunsDa, IMAY 3. Before tho.?lMayor (J. Snowball, Esq.), and W. Templeton, Esq., P.M. TRESPASS. Robert Lyons was chiarged with wilfully trespassing on the premises of David Spence, merchant, of Avoca-street, South Yalrra. The prosecutor said that on Thursday, at one o'clock n.m., the prisoner knocked at his.door and askled for his wife. .He tol liim that she was not there,.but he would not go away and preitented him, with a stick which ihe hIad in his liand, from shutting tLe door. IHe (prosecutor) then took the stick away from him, when hie again hammered at thie door, and hie wans obliged to give him into custody. The prisoners wife and family had been stay ing in the !house ai month ago. The prisoner said he merely asked if his wife was in the prosecutor's house,O when he was treated lin civilly and knockedl down by Mr. Spence's servant. IIe LJhadcommittodno offence. The prosecutor stated that the prisoner fell down in the struaggle which ensued, and that lhe wavns slightly into...
FRIDAY, MAY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 May 1866
ERIDAY, MAY 4.. Before the. Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.), and J. Mason, Esq. I',uon OFFENCES., Charlnes Brown and Austin Kinavan, for leaving their cabs unprotected in the public streets, were filled 2s. Gd.--Ohdrles Gray for allowing a cow to wander, was fined 2s. Gd. -James Byrnes and Bernard Dugan, wore fined 2o. Gd. each for plying for hire off the proper stand, and Joseph Raihnsay, for allow in a gd·ht to wander, iws fineld 2s. Gd., ivith a warning'that if brought up again he would be indicted'in a penalIty not exceeding .1 0. AFtILIATION. Joseph Lacaey uas summoned by Selina Adelaideo MIorgan. to show cause why he should not contribute towards the mainten ance of his illegitimate child. Comiplainant said that she had become acquainted with thile prisoner in May last, when he promised to marry witness. She was then living in Windsor, in company with two females. An improper overture was made to her in Jane last,the result bf which was the birth of the child pr6duced, on the 24th lMarc...
THE LOAFER—FROM LIFE. A LOCAL SKETCH.—No. II. (The series to be continued.) THE ARTISTIC LOAFER. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 May 1866
THIE LOAFER--FROMI LIFE. A LOCAL S'KETCH.-No. II. (The set ies to be continued.) THE ARTISTIC LOAFER.: Thie Artistic Loafer is. generally an. irrrti ,able, dogmatic, indolent, slovenly fellow. Itf ever he had a seat in the temple of tlhe beautiful it was. so',near the door that he t.umbled out whileo asleep and woke up a loafer. He will, perhaps, eat his finger nails :ff all day while:.,cogitatin,- some dreamy problem; he passes,. you. by in the street rudely; he', does not see you, or. seeing you cares not to..wakeo.up and return your courtesy. If ha is in conversation with you he con tinues . picking and trimming tihe mutilated tops of his fingers so industriously tit you can scarcely bear Iis presence. Every day produces new designs in his elotdy intellect; his imaginationa is as fertile as tihe Nile valley, and as green as the vale of Avoca. He is (in his own opinion) as astute as George Coppin,'and as thoroughly original as Wemyss Jobson.. His class must contribute largely to t...
CORRESPONDENCE. THE ELECTORAL ROLLS. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 May 1866
Correspondence &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THE ELECTORAL ROLLS. S . To t?e Editor of tA. Tdegaph.i !: :Sir,-.The :20th June'proxi i."'theiday:on w'hich..the burges. rolls fr h'r: presint yeap ire made up, and consequentl theo: list day upon which :a ratepiayerca·n~nr avehis name placed upon the electoirl .roll without:'going to the.exliense and troubleof.itaking out a right. Now 'as the act is very explicit, and provides that the -fact of any- ratepayer being in ,nrrear, no matter in how ,an ll.:amount or how long outstanding, on t at:day ·ill be. be diaulified4: I would suggest. the formatioo ef minmittees in the liffei'e di triots. for tlid purpose of insistino upon rate payers qualifying themselves in times to be enrolled on the. general list of voters, wlhich step would reave endless trouble i?eliei the tiune comes fori making ip thie suipplementary; lists. :, . ...: . . .. "I ami, Sir, yoirs &c., : t. Kild ..
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 May 1866
[Noticcs of Biirtlls, 1nrripges, and Deaths are iiserted gratuitousl, in the "'T'egrap,, if seit in to the printer not lator thaoi Friday mornmg properly authe?nticated. BIRTHS. FRANCIS.--On the 1st inst., at Box-hill, Glen Eira- road, Caulfield, the wife of Hr. Richard Francis of a son. MOSS.- On the 27th ult., at the Independent parsonage, Commercial-road, Prahran, the wife of the Rev. W. Moss of a daughter. SIMONS.-On the 30th ult., at Greville-street, Prahran, the wife of William Phillip Simons of a daughter. MATHESON,--On the 29th ult., at Church-square, St. Kilda, the wife of John Matheson, Esq., of a son. MARRIAGES. M'ADAM.--WILSON.-On the 30th ult., at Christ Church, St. Kilda, by the Rev. Mr. Gregory, Alexander M'Adam, Esq., of Windsor, to Barbara, eldest daughter of the late John Wilson. OLIVER--KENT.-On the 28th ult., at South &nbsp; Yarra, by the Rev. Wm. Moss, William Davis, the eldest son of Wm. Oliver, of Windsor, to Sabina Leonoria, the eldest daughter of Sam...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 12 May 1866
MediG4al. . . Doc'oI THOMAS, LICENtIATE OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF prIIySIIANS OF ENGLAND, 1, EMBER of the R]oyal College of Surgeons, I. Licertiate in Midwifery. Member of the Coutniil of Medical Education London, and Hlomler Medioal 5?ard of Victors. See diplomas his the Poctor's Consaltilg Roomrs. May be privately and confidentially consulted, either per.onal.y ou by letier at his New Cos sutting Itoons, p7, ndt also at. his surgery, 222 Great ullnedalh,street, Melbourne. I ilthiac d tr.ssitng diseases arising from early 0'-use natmely-los.; of p odrea.ive pow.r, ismpairment of the ?eaerative syst in, lhervus uaid physical de b?lity. laeour, tlusn Fig, wIQt.ng or rperimatorrhtea, palpi.alion of the heart, gid..iiesF, apidanece of oecley, akin eruptlions, and coUtagious ma'adies. t)o . the. IIth day o1 Febru.ry, 1864, Doctor Th'numns gained the IIgh at HIo..ours at the lIo,al ('ollege of Physicians of~ Englanl in the treatment of nurvoussand physical i eb lily, physiology, anatomy, p...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 12 May 1866
Banks .. NATIONAL BAN K, OF: :AS CA.PXT.?A ,' 1',o00O,000. PRAiARAN BRANCH, CHAPEL STREET, NEAR TOWN HIALL. INTEREST ALLOWED on FIXED DEPOSITS. DRAFTS ISSUED onall the BANE'S BRANCHES and' AGENCIES. Shareholders of.the National Bank 'of Australasia can receive'Paymentof Di idend at this branch. The Bank is' prepared to manage through its country branches for the PAYMENT of DIVI DENDS on MINING and other' SHARES. Business Hours-. .Ten to Three; Saturdays, Ten, to Twelve. A d for;the convenience of the public this Branch \?ill be OPENED. for the receipt of deposits be= tween., .e hours of. Eight and Ten o'clocak on SATURDAY EVENINGS. GEoREGE iE." TOLHURT, Manager. JOHN LEVY & SONS'DISCOUNT BANK JO Co6iner of COLLINS ST. WEST and WILLIAM STREET. Premises formerly occupied iby theBank of New South Wales. Bills Discounted, Purchased,or Guaranteed. Loans advanced from £50 to £1000, on two or more approved personal'ie.tlritie;repayable by 50 weekly instalments upon terms as may be ...
FAIR PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 12 May 1866
FAIR PLAY. : PROM TIH " AROoO?t" A :mgA game, my: mastei's! Played under the moon ; The slm round and red Wasbowleod.over too soon, Ior tile niatch to bo.won In thle short afternoon. A mad gune, my crasters! Away thp.ball spins, Witli rushing ld, sehoting and kickcng of shins;. Hard to tell, in the poll mcll, Who loes, who wins. A mad gaime, my m.sterso ! BIlt all. cry " Fair play," " iol hardl," ancd "No tripping,"fue tihe thick. of the fray, And take the kicks kindly That-comp ilthleirwnay. A mad game, my masters ! The crush. is:complete,o I.ach struggle to win, And all sulfer defea. While the ball lies at rest Within reach of thbir feot., A mad game, my nmsters ! Played over the:ioe, . \iWhich creaks w"tli" its rush, Ancd may -crack in a trice,. Well life has some games, That are never played twice. " A md world, inymalsters " Lot's stick in bhccineeeg To the rules of the game, Whether losing or wihmn'cg, Fair play and no nudleice .ill keep the ball spinning. . lt Citno.
OAKLEIGH POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, MAY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 12 May 1866
Q.,AKLEGGII, POLICE COURT. .:SATUnDAY, MAY2. Before W.: Templeton :P. 2f.,.. nnd i Robert . Hlunter, J.P,'Esqsi M AINTENANCE' , Mrv. Hunt summoned - her husband, Chasi r h"lenl it, for leaving lienr without aidquiite means of support .but aftie".hearing tlihesvulence tie liIer!ch were .of opinion I that ithese wds no g'rounds for tie charGe,. and disss'i sdthe case. : i MiiNoR OFFEiNCES. Be?yer chargerd William Provil d James P rod,"'ind Robert Tlihomas, witlih e'iding toll: "'he first case' was disiriissed, with lus. .osts,' the second, with 5s. costs, anrid the last,' ;ith 10s.' costs.- ,syer v. IIerriott. Abhsive laniguage in a public place. The defendant was fined 10s., with 11s. l d. costs. SMALL DEBTS. Thomas Grossett v. Charles Daly. Wages, 5-8s. d.- : Postponed fdr 14 days.--Richard James, v. J. A. Martin'. Work and labour, £9 14s. 6d.. Amount awarded with 5s. costs. STEALING TIMBER. William Murray Ross charged James: Hennessy with cutting and also stealing tim her, Both cas...