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EQUALITY OF THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 12 May 1866

EQUALiTY QF. TIIe TuiF..-Tie act ,of going on the turi, like., that of being plut uInder it, levels all distinctions. In the ring', as in the grave, all men are equal. Even when bqyt solita?y step from eternity, the consciousness of class has elsewhere been known indignantly to vindicate itself; wadl the highwayman on the gahllows his tuined up his nose at the sweep that was turned off in ppmpnny with him. In the butting circles, alone .is there no precedencei--ct, Ipretien'ce of state or station-no ilssumpiiion tlihi vitlie is more honourable than vice, or riclhes niore worthy than rags. Once within that circle the Pple of Rome would take Lucifer by the hand the archbishop of-nny where would waltk cheek by jgwl withi Jeroboam. What sort of place is this ring ?

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 ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 12 May 1866

POLIOE "INPTELL'IGENCE : rUELSDAY, MAY 8, ,. leforo the.Mayor (W. Ford? Esq,). J.. Widson) .Esq, and:br.' an.lleinert. , ':;ASSAUL.. :. Suarah Lynch .chargedi her husband, :John Lynch, with ac. rLssault., :ut there being' no corruborative eviden'ceethe case was tes nissed. , ; .,.·.-: : s ·SMA'Lo.iDII TS, . Richard Elwvotls v ,. Icarcus SivYwright. Gooeds, £1.lls. 7d-l Aimnunt awarded, with 5s. .costs.--G. F. ~*lss: v.a: James Muson. Work. and labour .£1 9Os' 6d": D/ismisssed, with.,S s.costs.:. .'r: : . .'IstleR OFFPENCES; . James. .Callanderi Alexander .:Cooke, W Bentley,. Thdmans :Aldxander,, Co..li.s Mhenhncmy, Johi. .Ilrns, ndi Alfred, atejphens were. each fine4dt$s. 6d: for allo-'ig goats to wander ander r?and. o lbertLutturo JoseIph .(ill, J.. Wood,,d d.Jameesllauw were each fiRd Ois. for a. similaio'fence .

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PITH OF PARLIAMENT. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 12 May 1866

PITIH OF PARLIAMENT.' Fnonty. The Ce?.ncil did not mtteet. .. InI the .Asscmbly; Mr. Balfour: bmhoght up the report f.t Ae spleot CotmmnitteeOppoitued tp golln Jide what stepi shouldhbe taken, bye CL e ylltus iie d cspee i to the recall of thel Goveror, and nmovcd that it be taken into cmsideratiou on Tuesday. The motion was carried. lie their gave notice that he would, on Tuesdty, Imnove that the address aecompanyiaig the report be taken into consihliratiyn: ' The remaim~ier of the bulbtess was'devoijJ ?p pgbli' inter?ct, and tilhe. loue, after a slhort eljitu oIr pyoi.t fpp yiut r adjourneld, till TufsbAy. , IUO. the Council, Mr. Miller brought up a messange front Sir Charles, Darlinig acknowledging the aid dress of thte Legisintive,Council in reference to the temporary withhulding of Mr. Cardwell's despatch conveying thd ititiniation of his late Excellency's recJI. Tl e docuntint was 'merely to the effect .that Ple idespatch had been recelved ilurieig : liiaistecriq~ ,Tli.o and ?...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, MAY 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 12 May 1866

PR I:A 13IR'A N - C OQ U III"'I'. .'.. Alc xrr~t, -I1ar . J~efort V. 1'em} 1etonP 1P. L: ind J.1 13. Ct'OtVs, ml `V. Tlod V ihoip, Esls:I SMAIYrn Dk:r. J. M. Ashton v. Edwaird Costto. Goods, £-1 1lb. lb ho npoapearc ford'difchdant, Amiount' awvidtd, 'with 21 5s. costa.-Jbn F. Pfeil v. Joh 11t1 v. Gloo iq ** Amount.iuwri , fstl AV. AL ta I eoti. Uiootis, a;. 'i. Aninirt. owardod witih s cost: AlberF \Virernrt v D. Wood. . " Tis was a sumbnon for e; s, .nunaa tion to.i.how Saust't wtr y ilefd nrttt dtotiid onot core1: : 'ith an order of 'tii coiurti vt:pa Ss. a imeoe. to liruijidatti ea debt tita tQ plaintiff:- Coiiordi ii did not . iqpetir. Deednsntsit td he tadIti tien unble ito rytt~ily with thtt oider, liit ufharil to pay' i n'w k, Tle csne waos Itostpett tfuor r mtirnii-4iufen dot tp pay 10. it tuttnht. ' t

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 — 19 May 1866

:e.ical. DOCTOR TIIOMAS. LICENTIATE ()F THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF I'llYSLCIANS OF ENGLAND. "EMIBERII of tile lRoyal College of Surgeons, Dl. Licetintiate in Midwifery. MeIember of the Zjunocil of Medical Education London, and Member Medical Board of Victoria. Seo diploumas in the Doutor's Consulting Rooms. May be privitely ond confidentially consulted, either personahy or by letter at hlis ew Consulting :iemoms, 97, and also at his surcery, 222 Great ]Londale.-streut, lMelbourne. I' i th?ose d otnssing diseases arising from early Shuse uhamitly--los of procreiitive power, impainlrent of thel genrative system, tlervous and lphysical de Slility, lan-our, llushong, wosting or spnnatorrhlsw, italpi;ation of thie heart, gidoineso, avoidance of ~aciey, ikin eruptions, and contagious maladies. Ojia the 11th day of Februa.,lryt,1864., Doctor l'homas gained thie lighlrst Ilo;:ours at thie loj;al College of. Plhysicians of England in the treatment o?f nervouc and phlysical debility, physiology, an...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 May 1866

JOTTINGS. The coroner's jury is one of the oldest of England's institutions, anld one whiclh though, like-its twin' brother, ti?al by jury, has its defects, we should be very sorry to see dis. placed.by some. new-fagled notion.. There are spots on the sun, yet we would not blop out that luminary in aroler to remove them; neither would we abolish the coloner's inquest because every ndow end sgain some exception ally dull or spitefuljury returns.a verdict at variance with common sense, or, if sensible, clogs it with some irrelevant rider. We would that these vagaroes were fewer than they are, as they eriend to bring a really use, ful tribunal into a certain degree ofcontempt. l'Through their influence, " OrCowner's 'quest law" has come to be a term of reproach in the old country, implying ignorance, if not worse. We should like to see this odiumn avoided here, by juries' confining themselves simply to an inves:igati'on as to the cause of deatlh, and returning a verdict in accordance t...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 May 1866

Business Directory. mEDICAL. A. . White, Cte ihemist and Druggist, (the post oece Chipel .~reet, 'Prahra/. . OTOREKEEPERS, GROCERS, &C. J. Gummer, Wloles'ie. and Retail Grocer, Chapel street, oppositeo Union.itrcet, PrthrianaiC. a E. Rule, Grocer and Provision Dealer, corner of 11igh and.Chapelrstreets "Praliria , i PATMERsn , PLUMOOB,.. 'C. ... S(-~rJoberts, Sign, Coach, and OrnamehtalPainter opposite Saw Mills, Chapel-stieet, Prahron. . William lngue. Plumlier' Tinsmith, aid Gasfltter, next to the clihrch of England Schiool Hlouse, Chipel etreet,Prlahran. Charles Gllop, Coachmaker and Wheelwright in oenerl, Horsesloer, &ci: Chapel-street, nearc Gardiner's Creek-road, Prahran. " sIBcELLANEoUis :. Samuel revitt, Watchml sker, Jewellor, aid Silver. smith, I'gl-istreet, St. Kilda;. poss, Bookseller, Stationer, &c., .Chapel-street, crahran, opposite Town-hall. J, Romania Funeral Undertaker, Chapel-street prlaran, and Gardiner's Creek-road Souith Yarra. Banks. Na...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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A WORD FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 May 1866

W;ORI) FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB. Were it possible to call from the fields of E:lysium rome acute Athenian, notthe least smongst the imany features of modernoivili s lt-on which would most likely excite his curiosity and puzcle hiscomprehension would be the development of those modes of thought and feeling whibh have given birth to the -seny charitable institutions which stand throughdut modern Christendom as abiding proofs of the practical humanity ofthe pre sent age. Could we suppose such an one dropped lin our Imidst,. we may picture him looking *ith amazement at thie low state of our architectural taste, wondering at our innu inerable odditiesal of costume, and amazed at the uhglaceful manners of the passing inha bitants. But astonished as he might be at these things, yet, when his active mind be gan to study the many phenomena of our social iexistence, his previous amazement would be dwarfed into insignificance in his wonder, most of all, at the co-operation of the ben.volent fore ...

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 — 19 May 1866

Miscel aneous CELEB8ATE Ma G~ROVER BAKE R ewing-flIachine ompany . IAN5IFAcTIrI50R5 OF ELASTIO STITCb AID "LLO~CIE SrT O~~C"' SEWING MACHINEs / The Grovor and Baker Elastic-'itjh Ifachinas Will hem, fell, cord, bind, tuck, gatblrr, quilt, braid anrid ebrci.ler, They are simprole, duralie. arid coi liable to lderarigement. 'iThey sew irom ordinary r~t~, and nio rewindiig of the thread is nccssary. ,,They sew with equal fa:ility all lhbries, dle most diicate anid thie heaviest, and with all kiads of thredl, silr , rotron, or liarna, their sra:n is so strong arid lerrsit that it never Ibreaks even on thie bias. 'Ilhey aaste both eids of the seam by deir riown oeration. 'hii ir seamr, rhough cut at every sixth stitch. remaians in, and neidtler runs or ravels in wser. Their sena ir pilump and lrbeutiful, and retaitns its plumln:ess and beauty after waslhinr berter than any 'other. lheir scoan can be rermoved in aliering gairrments, atrlir piropier instru:tton, without picking or cutting ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MAIL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 May 1866

THE MAIL NEWS. The mail steamship Ellora. anchored in Hobson's Bay at half- Fast six o'clock on Sunday evening, the 1Oth instant-four days behind her :time. l From the 'lpapers received by her, we learin that a debate had takeni place in the .House of Comminos.on therecall of Sir Clharles, Darling, aid that Mr. Cardwell's action had been approved, as " wise" and prutdent" .by those iiiwh spoke on the. ocecsion-although,: :truth to. tell,' none :of th'e leading memibers of the House, with the exception .of- the Colonial Secretary and Mi. Adderley, opened their mouths. And, as theire was no division thklin,'the debate can scarcely be aocepted as a rteflexof what the. Heuse of Commons thinks about the matter. Mr. Cardwvell's speech was evidently satisfactory-so much so;, 'indeed, that even the Age can only find fault with it by questioning the siicerity 'f . the speaker. He distinctly denied: the wish or intention of the British Government to interfere in.our political squabbles, admit...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GREEKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 May 1866

GnrEKS,-If.a mad dog, were'to show the shaduw otf his nose anvwhere that people had pitchforksiwhat would come of it? That forthwith sa great multitude would fall upon him, belaopur him to death, snd scatter his remains to the winds. But fbr one man who' dies of a nmadl.dog, thousands.fall by the Greieks; !lhat are thse' dire destroyers these whlolesale ilevastators of: the. human race ? What, you ask,. are Greeks ?: We snssver plaune, pestilence, fiemine, nnd the chole,,a ioerbas. Did it ever occur to you to have the cholic andt.sbnd for a bottle of Dr. Fiig.'s- "I'riend to the Intestines ?:' Itt cost you threeii shillins a thimble-foil. Tihe doctor imakes it bfor thlre halh>ence a gallon; one halfienny thle Elpsom salts oend half peiiy the arsenic, and one halfpienny the train oil. Iiggs is a Greek-wlhich includes honicide~[ the undertaker, and the $exton. )r perhalip you are susceptible of coldl, have a horroor ot a ducking, and hav6 bien advised to try Mb?.?s,'s. wXbiiey,, Br...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ON RETAIL TRADE, BY ANALYST. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 May 1866

ON RETAT~I TRADE, 13Y ANALYST. No. 1.--Wry UsLIC ]oOUSES :o 0 or AN S?Wsr. 'Jrt is not bicanse they i~h~ so toumerois thiereis rosm &hough for a'll-lit is not le crise all do not' possess stti?ctive balnlaids, asI' the presence, of a eimulOl is often a con stlraint upon conversatirn,' especially on blsiness mitters. It is not Ilbecause in tirhe minjority of calses tire time honbqled custom of clL,:ring sixpu'ice for everything is still ad hered to, as the threepeinnv sihops do veryv little more trade than thie, sixpenny ones. The truth is tihat in most cases tie stuff sold is the most villinnous trash. Thie beer is hlttle better than poison, thie wineis as fiery as a sirocco,:?'the spirits being so lhugely agultcrated writh water are almost weak enough to fbied an inth~qt iupon. Genuine Prines and spjirits are often andvertised for sale, but rarely sold, and the pIublican is rarely able to see tihe genuine article as hire is in variably the rmployse of a brewer, or also in t...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 May 1866

ADYVT.-ItiB a noteworthy fact that amongst the manldfacturcs of this colony, there are few who canl seck an eqdal distinction, and perhaps nolie who can so junstl?y claim a superiority over Britilsh or Europari maieiufacturers'aaa our first-class boot msnkers. The excellence'of the design in fitting to tile" anatonmy of tile foot,; by shapinlg lsts to its rcquiroliunts, which is so essential in bespoale boots, and almost ad indispensable as tile' moiteriial itself. Mlore especially in a country like ours where tl?e heat of rnotmer no wa~l tends To make the oToot iharder or niore healthy. The style 'of datt and shape, tihe workmonuship and iniish of our firet-class co Iniaal bootd all go to show that in no country in the Jrl'd is Ithis particular branch of .mauufacturo more 'studied. P. Shannon, last modeller to. the feet, bootnaker c, c., 3 Collins-street west.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE FALSE FUNERAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 May 1866

THE FALSE FUNERAL. I never liked my uncle's business, though he took me when my fhther died, and brought me up ns bio own son. The good man had no children. His wife was long dead; lhe had an honest old .womnan for .a housekeeper, and a flourishing busines in the undertaking line, to leave to somebody;, but he did not leave it to me, and I'll tell you the. reascn. When I had been about five years with him, and had grown wolth mny sali, as hI used to say, a death occurred in our neigh bourhood, which caused greater lameitation than ansy we had heard of since my appren ticeshiu began. The deceased r'entleman .vns a Mir. Elsworthy. 'The family nad been counted gentry in their day. 1 should tave said my uncle lived in York, and all :the world knows what Yorkshire filmilics ire. Well, the Elsworthys were of good fhmily, and very proud of it, though they had lost every acre of an old estate which had belonged to them time out of mind. I am not sure whether it was their grandifther's dice ...

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 — 19 May 1866

Gardiner Districai Board": TENDERS for -LEASE of SCOTCIIMA1IN'S CREEK TOLL from June slet to December 31st, 1866, inrhisive, will be received at 'the Board Room, Gardioer, till 6 p.m. on Wedneday, May 30, 1866. All tenders must sntate the amount per month that will be paid for tihe toll. One month's relnt paid in advance and a deposit to the amount of one month's rent will be required. Theo senlo of tolls to be charged and the conditions ori lease mRy bo seen on applirelon to ttheClerk of Lhe Board any revening from 6 to 8, and at the Board toom on Thlursdays, from 12 till 2. ; The highelst ornoy tender not necessarily accepted. By order. lSMITHf ELLTS, Clerk to the Board. Oardiner, May 7, 1866. I Gardiner Distridt Board. PPLICATIONS for theo ofle of ENGINEER to Ai the Board, addressed to tle Chairman, will be received until G p.m., on the 89Lh inst. Salnry at the rate of £15 pee aInum. Conditions cf appointment ,nd other particulars can le had on application to the Clerk of the Boa...

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 — 19 May 1866

Auctioneers, ?Estate Agents, ,&c. 3+ . B., CREWS, :and C0~,,? AUGTIONEERS; HOUSE 'A'ND :LAND ChapQl. Street,1 Prahren, .(Agen t for. the ietorianIsuranc. Co npnies.) AGEO'Y' O''F I6OES SOUTH YA1RUA 'ND ITS VICIIITE pmREJ S 01EEIRQ"RAD. * ectioneer,, Estate 'Agent,' and Valuator.,-Loans , .r -" .. goti d t ed : I:.Wllti.eL: ,:RO E I,:,, VALUATOR, AND G~jiE RAI !.OENT ST. KIL'DALI AuC .IO .:A .'., - GS'to' e no?ie•th it his lgd'·'and'co s, SD:modious promiseas i:Bar'clystreetJunectioi s". ilRa inpativt. onte?fr cr?ption ql.0 f70 ". affd Generanl Mrhafi,?Itr'or ,?lo?e ?1 Porties ?ren~oving, desirous of llgn t ,ir, .l ositurie lor ithier property) either· bypolc utl or private"sale . find mo'd~rat~o ehbgdaags!honi bined wi.u despaclh in rendering iecpunt salt8.s Cash advances made uponfi propert? 'tfor absote ale. ! Auctiomsales~conductedsia lL paitso: f ttoe colony~ ·~ cAgoit fois' theC i Ia L i and oo Comp and.the linpeit.Fi ore Insuraince ampany, eapit? £l,eoo,0 o o., . + : 3...

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 — 19 May 1866

TO CORRESPO~DENTS. Wes desire to impress strongly on the memories .if :all who may favour us with commiuni I,?costions that i*e strictly roefse insertion to anything that is not unranteed by the pame and address iof the sender. This irule will be enforced by us, even though, as has been the cnase, it should necessitate the refusal -of communications which we would otherwise gladly'insert. Of course, we do not rejuire these for publication, but merely for our own satisfaction and qprotection ' -- - S DA AY i sgr, Ie. SA TURDA Y, MA4Y 19, 1886.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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NORTHERN FEELING TOWARDS ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 May 1866

NORTiHERN FEELING. TOWARDS ENGLAND. FROI on, VAuSoSAN's " NOTES ON aarnIcA." I cat marks lrve allowance for thie strength of the; irritatced fieling among -our American brelhern, and am not much surprised at the excesses to which it has sornetimes prompted them. You need b n amohg them to judgei adequately. as to tihe flood of domestic griefs whichrthe late war has diffused through the land. I An American mother, a lady of earnest piety and much culture, rtlated to me how her sop, a youth of high promise, hid wvritten to lier once and again from college, entreat ing her to consent to hIis going into thie army. Two years of the war had passed, when th??e perils of his couptry and a sense of duty con strained him to take his own course anid befor. thie letter. which /formed his motirefi ofhiso decision could reach lher hie was on tile battle-field, Hlie. passed, with slight injury, through severalengagements; but at Gettys burgly he was amiong the slin. '"It wls hard 'to be:ar," said ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 May 1866

.OC RRESPOND CE. THE JLECIHANICS' IN TI UTE. To the Editor of t/e ITI rb h Sir,-According to a notice posted in the hall of thle above institute, it appears llthat the annual general meeting of memberes takes plact on Tn'uesday even'ng next, :at'which imeet in, as provided by the riles, the future oflice be?arers of the institute are to be nominated andl electid. This fact seems to have reanninated the for some timi past dormant energies of a certain individual, and presenteld, in his own estima tion douitless, an exceedlingly tavourable opportunity to circulate infbounded state ments, with the view, of course, of enhanc ing.his own position as a candidate for a sent in committee, by deprecinting as far as hle can thie unweaeied efforts constantly putt fortlh by mansy of :his tellow mnmbers for tlhe iepofit of the institute, antid atteimpting to damage ,their election as memtbers atof coin mittee in o most undeihainded manier. 3Belieing?ihowever, that no boily of respect able men wp...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 May 1866

ST. KI LD C. (JOUR T. TUEBDAY MAY 15. Before:Messis. Pord, (MIayor) aind Tuliett ... ALLa DnTs. : :Beagley v. Eddington. Depasturing cattle, 8s; 6d. Mr. Weller for complainant, and Mr. ' Cresswell : for- thei defendant. ': Mr. Beagley sai the .amount was owing for de pasturin:!cattle. ozil the town common. :: Mr. Cresswelc submittha that the case should be dismissed, inasmuollh a' it :had been decided in other courts that ihe town herdeman was not entitled toaae. s :iMr Welkr replied; that" the subject at issiue was special' contract, and had nothing whatever Ito do; with Mr. Beagley's capaciy as town herdsnan.' The bench: ruled thae objetion raised by Mr. ,resswell admissable, and ;therefore: dismissed the .:case without costs -Eddlngtoin v. Beagley. Dami?e to ?rbperty tlo the'extent" of £16 12s. Gd,: M r. Cresswoll'for the plain tiff said, that thy court had inb jurisdldtion, and therefora )cphsentedl )to :ithdrawi thd cnase.: Mr. Weller asked for costs, contending that-the ion-id...

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