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PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 June 1866

PRAHIRAN COURT.. " ONDAY, JUNE 4. ! Before J. B. Cre:ws, Esq., J.P. HORSE STRAI.ING. John Jones, who had beaen remande don a charge of horse stealing, was st at liberty as there was no evidtlence against him. MINOR OFFENCES. Daniel Meangher, charged with trespassing on the premises of John Marum, was dii charged, complainsnt not wishing co prose cute.-John Thomns was summoned by Mrs. M'Bvoy for allowin, a goat to wander and fined se., with .s.'od. costs. Twelve small 'debt cases were postponed only one magistrate being present.

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 — 9 June 1866

ledical. IlE WAItNED. t't C'Ltlt TIItOMAS. LICEII I'ITAE 'F THf IE lt)YA C(OLIoEGE OiF prIIYSICIANS OF ENGLAND. (ERMIIElt of tih iloynl College of Furgeons. 1 IAcentatet in Midwifery. Metibcr of tie .Oanmcil of Medical Eduention I.ondwo, ant Memhber Medicnl Board of Victoria. See diplomas in tile Ihetor's Consulting Roomns. Many be privately Pnd confidentlilly conulted, rEither peronnally or by letter at his New Cnosnlting Rooms, 07, and also at his surgery, 222 Great Lonsdote.street, Melbourne, In those distressoing diseases arising from e trly ahitne namely-lono of procreative power, itnpairmelt of ithip generative system, nervous antd physical de bility, langour, flushing, wasting or.sgernmatorthma, palpiastion of the heart, id.l.it'ess, voiod;nee of pol'icy, skin eruptions, and cnltoagiou mialndies. On tile illth lay of Febhru.ry, 1861. Doctor IThomas gained the ligIlest IO: olrs at the Ito:al (cillege of Phlysicians of England in tIhIc treatment of nervousoand tphysical debilit...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 June 1866

TUNIOiPAL INITELl.,G NCE -- ~'. If,; A COUNCIL. MloNpay, Juv 4. 1sent-Counc?ln.,. s Fraster (chairmtano, pro --'us) lTurntc, Pvtterson, Peter-a~, and 'ulet', 'i he inutes of h14 last meeting were ree.d I confirmed. CQ 1..RS POND. CN Cg -: .etters wel reae- .rom 'Ilthomas Putt, IRailway Store, Inh niitt-strtet, drawitq" the gotincil's 'atten. Sto tihe water f'ltwin"g down Alma rind Inkerman-strPet across his land. i He had ken to Mr, Stnith, the horngh sutrveyor, thie uhbject, wileho retrred himn to the Itail y Loir.puny. Mir. El-don hald :l1. looked ',he plaet, out was not s.iltmig to tIcks any lion the matlter. It was moved by uncillor P.,tterson, seconlded by Uouncillor tner, that the letter be ruterredt to the pttblio Works LCommittee.--Car, iedJ From loan:pl un. Pertguson, ifobrmitig the councl thhat they were prepared to executte in a satistihCto'y mannor any orders for en gi.aviing, .., that they might bel favoured pith in cotnnexiqn with .14h., torthcoin:g Eg?. ibition.ot-tRe...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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FRIDAY, JUNE 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 June 1866

SFRIDAY,' JUNE 8,. ' B3eforo Messels. I'llett, Wilson, and SM'Combie, J.P.'s. SwALL DEBTS.' Elworthy v. Jolhn aeckensiz : Goods, £1I fs. 100d. Postponed till 'I'uesday next. -I-ubert Watson and Co. v. Duncan t'Ityrer . Goo(ls, £5 12s. Amount awarded with 5i. costs.--James Bonvray v, Robert Allen. Work and Iboour. £4 s. 6d. Amount awarded, ivith 2o. (id. osts.-R. Elwortiy v. JohnNewhm. Special.smtmrn .. l Defendanat pleadind is insbility to pay it for some:little tim'e,as hed ai? bublately obtainnd a situation, and was now engaged in paying. several other debts. 'l'b hench allowed six .weeks to.pay the amount ill, and in defhult to be imprisoned ior 14 ?layRi. , IINOR OFFBNCBS. : William Benson was suinmoned by. the BoroLgh IDog Inspector mith having an un r,gistered dog in his possession, nand!:the offence being proved, was fined Os. and:as. cobsts.-William Dooley was also summaned for 'haviig no light on an obstruction, and fined ,s:; and William Ritchie was fined 2s. 6d. for havin...

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 — 9 June 1866

Busineoss Iirectory. ' iiEDICAi, ' W i Chens andDru"git, i(thq post ariopri etreet, Prhanops -ep sroaliOiii5,~l iiiiOnCFOO, &CF j. GummerCYholdsaleland Retail Grocer,[Chapel : eet oppositOe!Umiihsotreet Prahran EC lle, Giro?er di' Provision Dealer; corner of ligh nnd Chapel streets, PIrahra. 6I '~IEL~P'i~&iiFOU i1m0 Levitt, Wa?tchm.i'ler, ller, and Silver ,mihl H'gh-'street, St..I. loss, lookseller, Stationor, & C.,E Chapekatreet , rahran, O'pposito Town -hb?ll... .:.. .. , J, Romania :Funeral Undertaker, Chlpipelistreet p"rahrn, and Gardiner' CrOok road South Yarr, Chnrlcs Gallop~ Coaehm'iker niid:Wleelwijghit in Gerpl Horesoheri ':'L, iChapol-qtreet,. near rdiner's Creek-ioad Prahrn; William lngueo, elumber",5 inamithi, and Gsaitter, elxtit t h churcli 'f Efingand School Houhe,'Chapel etreetlPrahra°, . ." , Banks.: --'- . .: NATIONALAN'X KK :OF AUS TR1ALASIA. ,A ,,P . , , .....,.000 . oo. pRAHRAN. BRAI:NCH,: SC;At'EL STREET, NMEAI TOW,? HAiaL .. , . , . ? 1...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE MELBOURNE BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 June 1866

THE ABELBOU e',FhBOVLINQ JG CjUZf. The annual me ting of this club was held Inst Saturday qftertopn, at Mrs, Lording's Railery 'Hotel, at tile corner of Chupel and I .lbertbstreets, Windsor. Tile president of the club, Mr. Hugh Ili. C. Gemmell, pre sided. After the minu'es of the last general meeting had been read and confirmed; tlhe following.report and balance sheet for the Jesr 186?-.6i were read; "Your directors, in bringing :before its members the financinl positio4 of this club at the close of the second year, mcko tihe fol lowing remnaIks :-1. That owving tothe great slccess of this clnb (evidended particularly by the large increase of new inembers during thie past season), it wns considered advisable to accomnmodate membei's mlore fully by the formation of a new grein, 'the cost of whlich has been about £150, rind thIe relaying of the ol green, atia cost of £50. Conase uently, no:twisitanding that receipts daring t li past season have amounted to £424 4s., these large items ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 June 1866

ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 5. Before the Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.) and J. Wilson, and Edwin Gil, Esqs. SMALL DEOTS. Lewis Solomon summoned Mr. John Telf'er for £3 15s. Gd., the value of a cot, &c., sop plied to defendant. Plaintiff having deposed to tlde goods having been ordered and delivered called MIr. Foll ard who said he Sasw the cot in use in MIrs. Telfer's room. This statement was denied by Mr. and Mrs. Telfer, who alleged that thie goods delivered wfsre not according to order, and that the plaintiff lihad been requested to take thein back. 'The case was dismissed. Richards Brothersl v. ,Ienlry Rose. This wis a slpqial summons I !" fo' examination, and there was no appearance of either plaintiff or the defendant (hlip had bocoome insolvent).-Gittings and Co. v. Ilouert Whitworth. Goods, J1 18s. 10d. No appearance for drfendant. .,Amount awarded, with si. costs.-0ivenKiiennedyv r. 'Le L in Lyng bie. Use of a h'rse and bsg'i .i 10i. Amount awarded, witli -.s. cos U-Brow...

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 — 9 June 1866

Undertaker. ESTABLISHIED 1854. CIkAPEL STREET, PRAHRANi. :. ..D ,GARDINER'SCREEK P.OAD. SOUTH YARRA Missing Friends Private Inquiry Office. VICTORIA. flalablished 18G66 78 ELIZAIE'rlI STIREIIST MELI3OURNF. The undersigned respectfully begs to notifyto tle public hot, hovi,,g been connected with the oevdrali Police faid Iltcctivo Dfepartted y ts of New South \Wales oand Victoria for a period of ten years ho e itoo to OPoENEI) a iPRIVATEi IQUtIItY OFFICE, on tho odel of Ilatspetor Field'ao in Lo no, tad to call tie ottcntion of tlte public getcrlly to tle faicilties offered by hais o&cc in refereae to flltlatg misoitg friectdsl, a itauiries In moelt cases ill b followed with Lto greotestcaroe antllt promptitude. Ile trests faolu lais paersool kaoawledige of the colonists of Aosteralla to give every satisfoactioat to tlAose who my faLvor llathi with Ilteir paronaOie. O. i C. haos hIiga l testiaoatls Wfromite: Cliief Jou iee and Jaiudges, Iag;iatetsL, t ne lato Lord N alyor of M...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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NEGLECTED CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 June 1866

NEGLECTED CIIILDIIE]. Sulhjoined is a fill report of the prtcro 1 inga of the deputation who waited up n the Chllf Secretary and Attorney-General last week on tile. shove subject, and which we conuld ouly brietfly aotice in our hlst issue: Mr. Clria's said their object was to seek information fr'om tie Goverlmetet spon cases ,altnli had recently been brought under the qttice of the borlogh council, havi,-g refer. ence to neglected .tnd desterted children. The council had taken what was considered to lIe a right course under the act, hut, unfortunately, it was calculated to place the counoil in an -swvhirrd position, 'Tle cases whiich hIsi been submitted were peculiar. T'hey had retisrence to destitute clijldren whlo we'o not lelt un cared for iin the ordinary sense of the ter'ni, eucht, bor exantlile, as a person 'taking a young child, not capahble or walking, to nurse. 'rha infant was not destitute, Itlt still it tadi been I 'bft with a person who was not capable of taintuining it ...

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 — 9 June 1866

:T 'PIs A TR E R 0 Y AL. _ Solelessee and manager . Mr. Hoskins. Lystersa's Royal Italian and Enjllish?Opera Company. On MONDAY EiVENING.. UNE II, .Will be produced I LI. T R 0 V A T 0.1 1r Tuesday, L U.-C RET IA BO RGIA " Yednesday, I F F A U 8 T. Doorsiopen ati 7.30, to commeneo at 8. Dress Circle, 5so .Stills, 4o.; Upper Circlb, 3s.; Pit, Is.;. callery, Is. Box Ofliee open daily from 11 to 3. :Borough of Prahrin. NOTICE T'& BUR3E58ES. -"TOTICE is hereby given that all burgesses .1'1 osvingr rates diue on or befbre.the "80thl 'aptember, 1805, must be paid on or before .0Oth day of June, in order that they may be qpualified to be placed on the burigoss roll 'Prso?ns who are liable tol e rated, but whose names are not in the ratebooic, must snake a claim in accordance n~iith Schedule E MIunicipal Cbopdratidns At,, 1803. Forms nmay be obtained at the town hall. JOHN CRAVEN, . . Trown C.ldk. , Borough of St. Kil4a. '01 OICIE is hlereby given, thrit ownerib ind becn: Spiers of ...

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 — 9 June 1866

i iAuctioneeres, Estate Agents, &c, 3.;JBi B CREWS, and CO.' AUCTIO'NEERS, HOUSE AND LANID AGENTS, Chapel Street, Prahran. (Agent for the Victorian Insurance Conpanies.) ?A? G:ENC Y OFI~CE S D V .ATFO . Letting and Selling Houses and L~aind, EN SOUTH YARRA AND ITS VICINITfIJS AnE NOW OPPOSITE THE RAILWAY, TATION, GARIDINER'S CREEKIlROAD; Auctioneer, Eatet Ag-ntt ald Valuator.-Loans Negotiated. . A4gent.for the Austrahasian Fire "ea Life Insurance Compan,: WILLIAM G 0OVE, .VALUATOR, AND GENERAL AGENT; ST. EILDA ATCTION MART, nEGS to gied: iiotice that lhis large and corn m-D '::modiouspreinises: in' Barkl;-street, Junction, St. Kilds, is nowopen for the reception of Fharniture and General Merchandise, eithed for. salte by public S'nitiba or private.coitract. . 'Phttis renioving desiro?us of'seling tiir Fur nitirs or :0thereproperty eitherl by 'public atetion or.private .sale.wlle lnd! moderate cha'ges con? Sbined Wi., despatch in rendering account sales. '.Cash advarnccsamade...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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OUR NEGLECTED CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 June 1866

OUR NCGLECTED CIILDREN. We desire to direct the serious attention of our readers to.the report, printed in another colum?, 'of the' proceedings of a deputation from the Boronugh Council of Priahran, which waited upon tlhe Chief Secretary last week to seek advipp ipon the very important questiori of m~aking. provision for neglec:ted clildrep. The subject is: one tlhat canpot be. much longer poah-poohied, and the sooner we come to some definite understanding about it the betteri We are being.brought face to. face witl, it with a constahntly increasing fire qruenc3y. 1 No sooner is one case disposed of then another' takes:its place , anc thecall these make upon thei seanty finds iat the disposal of the nathorities, or 'f: benevolehit societies, is rapidly becoming" a strain which will speedily prove too strong fpr tlhes to hear. Ve have hitherto hulggel, ourselves too fondly in the hbelhiet tiat voirintary benevolence would prove eqinl' to the emergency; but events are obn stantly .sho...

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 — 9 June 1866

BIRTHS. AGNEW.-On the 2nd inst., at St. Kilda, Mrs. G. F. Agnew of a son, stillborn. DAVIS--On the 2nd inst., at Burnett-street, St. Kilda, Mrs. E. Davis of a daughter.   FOSBERY.-On the 1st inst., at South Yarra, the wife of John W. Fosbery of a son. FULLER.- On the 2nd inst., at Gardinor's Creek- road, South Yarra, the wife of William Fuller of a son.     HUGO.--On the 26th ult., the wife of Mr. George Hugo, High-street, Prahran, of a son. TEMPLETON.-On the 5th ins., at Brighton, Mrs. W. Templeton of a son.   MARRIAGES.     LEWIS.-JACKMAN.-On the 1st inst., at Inker- man-street, St. Kilda, by the Rev. E. G. Lewis, Baptist minister, his brother Arthur, son of the late Rev. W. G. Lewis, Cheltenham, to Sarah, only daughter of the late Mr. Thomas Jackman, Shaldon, Devon. TWENTYMAN.-NICHOLSON.---On the 2nd inst.,     at All Saints' Church, St. Kilda, by the Rev. J.H. Gregory, Richard...

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 — 16 June 1866

Medic ·1. I3E WARNED. DOCTOBR TIIOMAS. LICENT'IATE OF THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS OF ENGLAND. M EMBER of tIl:e Royal College of Surgeons, SLicentiate in Midwitfry. Mietcber oi tile CoLuncil of Med cal Education London, and Ofembor Medical Board of Victoria. See diplomas in the D)octor's Consulting Rooms, May be privately end cbnfidentially consulted, either personally or by letter at bis Ndw Conoulting Rooms, '97, and also at hlis surgery, 222 Great Lonsdale-strect, Melbourne: In those distressing diseases arising from early oluse namely-loss of proreativeo power, impairment of theis generative, system, nervaus and, phlysidal de bility, langour, flushing, wa:stilng or s.ermat6rrhama, palpitation of tihe heart, gidhlin:ess, avoidance of ociey, skin ernptions, and contagious inaladies. On the I1th (lay of February, 1864, IiD)octor Tlhomos gained the Iighesti Ho.:ours int tihe RIoyal College of Physicians of England in tihe treatment of nervouns and physical debility, physiology, a...

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 — 16 June 1866

Business ~ire~ctory. S NIEDICAL.... A k' Wh1ite, dclionr t 1inA Druggitst (tho post 0,noe Chnpcl it'ebt, Prahiran'. ,s5rOiiEKEEPitERS, anOCEos, &C. J. Guistier, Wholesale and lRetail Grocer, Chapel .treet, opposite Union-stt':et, Phia i'an.i. ",.: -i, E. Ru le, Grocer anrid Pirovislion Decid, c~bonei of lhigh and Chapel streets, Prahran. MISCELLANi.tUIi , I S.muel Jcvt,,tchii~cer, weler, and Slyr ,,mit|!, tgh-stret St;, S It ."" -, hoss, Bookpseller Statr9iee, &c., Chapel-street, prahraon,' oppgotpr:othyan'i, . I . J, Romanis ::Funoril Undertaker, Chapel-street plrahrn. and Gardiner's aCreek-road South Yarra. Charles Galloli, Coachniaker arnd WVhedelwriglti in general; Horseshoer &.' Ch;ipel-street, near Gardilner's Creck'roadd, Praran..... ... William TIngue,,Plumber, Tinsmith, and Gaafltter, next to the church of England Sichob'ol oidsc, Ohajielb utreetlPrnhran. * Banks. :: NATIONAL' BANK ;oF AUS TRALASIA,: . • C/.1=?,I"AT.-3T 4',: 1a1,O000,O00.1 PRAIRAN BR...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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GARDINER DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 June 1866

GAl DiNER1 DISTRICT BOARD. This bbard held its usual foritnightly meet ing onVWednesday last, when Messrs. Henry, (es.itn'ii, pro temn.), Watts, Woodmiason, Vo.uni i,' mi'd Alwhyv, woere present. heli ininuted p' the previous meeting having been iuad ;md confirmed, Mr:'Henry reported the collection of .the'tolls oei the Scotchman's treek-road. Twvo applica:ions for tlih lease if the toll had'beenfireCeived fromr Mr;. Bates mid ir. Milton at th' riate of £12 per. rionth, but as the committee considered that by ne cepting either of these tenders they would ot be .complying withv the wishes of the board; they had accepted Mr. Pritchard's ap plication to collect the tolls: fr 10s. per nonth, the board to provide light, &c., and he agreement to terminate on three weeks' lotic being" given on either side. The com nittee had also granted liermission to two parties to remove sand. TheL action. of the cominittee was confirmed by . the board.--A letter was read from Mr. G. Ilebden'bri...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE PRINCIPAL BOARDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 June 1866

THE -PRINCI-PAL -B3ARDER. -. :' i (i 6o /ci inbit ' i--- orao-.);. t I am.:iot 'surio that i myiAunt Somers tlhounghlt siho.was. serving:ier cpuntry, but I think site bolieved hierslf someliow entitled ta plublic. geatitud , con escendin to remove 'to Barnshuiry, uni'tale an loArders, when tany uncle te doc t 'd i.afe, t fia buying i '.est-end priaactce, id'l eft 6i6r ia disconso lte ? witi, with t.wo nIaiden isisters' and his orphan niece. : Ea;ch '.f ta e sister' -tlien nams woi6 Miss Chlarlotte -nda Sp6ia Sin'le ton-had .a* afewa'iundroeds.vesteb.iA 'the Tive Per, Cents, .on` the iiterest of dwhiclh lthe lived ,anrd exerted thei'selive to ge off. 'The niece, liiie Bessy Somers,' s iuldd have' had a fow,iindredi?s too; but the liate ddtb6r being ther guardia, hlad tihopght t;'rb6pe to vest, tlA-.,in iahis West-end" practic,, witli solemn. voys. and'. promises maid to' hiniself, that they .slihulh .bo gtlietei'out of iti and laid up against 'hwe, ddain' ia. i Diifli'had given him n...

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 — 16 June 1866

E?ducational I ILLINGDON VILLA.-- Mdle. LATroirul. LI -ENGLIASII aud FRENCIH SEMINAIltY for YOUNG LADIES, IIigh-strect, corner of Chapel Btreet, Prahlrva. Establilshed iun 1853. (French not paid extra.) CHURCH OF ENGLATiD COMMON SCHOOL: SCIIAPEIT STIlEET, PI'AIIEIAN. Head Teachrs --W. . nM. Gamble ind Mlrs T'aylor rlnWO .Valuable SCIIOLA.SIIIPS to be awardledi I Chlristmas, 1866. Liberal Curriculunl, French, Piauoforte. Boarding pupils takeb by Mlr. Gamnble. T'erms, including French and Classics, 35 to 40 guinens per allllnu, according to age. No Vacutions for Boarders. · . ., / *vI"-' ,a ?""?-' 'v WRITING TAUGHT IN EIGHT LESSONS. Mr. & Mrs. J, RAINsFORD NEEDHAM, 1), Bruaswiick-sor eet, litzroy. .uUCcEss . AiN2'EED. CAUTION. T wi:ving com to Mr; Needhan's knowledge tliat ncderal prties wililog to placo *thioelves elider Ills tloilion iarve bheci deceived Ly inliagiilllng thllat lie has a brllelh Aceadely, begs to state tlhat Ile ia ilot, a10 his Inever liIetil idiring thO. l...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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VAN SLINGELANDT'S WOOING. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 June 1866

VAN SLINGELANDT'S WOOING. Peter Van Slingelandt set up, his art-tent In tie place of his birth, the uanint old city of Le'den, a sort of dull, dirty, Dutch Yenico, iniiced up by incessant cinials into fifty danl islets, all tied loosely topother by som1 e hun dred and forty odd bridges. Peter was a cailm, quiet, cuntented lman, with no lobo imtive longings, no very fervid aspirationis. lie was not the bird that beats itself to deathi against thle bars of its cage, in agouising eflbrts for liberty, he plreferred to nmike his cnge as cozy as he could, and to adapt liin self to its limitations. Besides, it was a voluntary confinernment; he needed not to have hadl thie Leyden ramparts for ever bounding his horizon an i firamning his life. Others haId worudered Iaway to thie sheenSy sburh, and lookedl on iwith eyes of love anl amazenmint, yet with a foeling of immense removal frobn th~ glories of Italiqn ,,rt; some had crossed to England, and found welcome, and ipatron age, and wealth; b...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEWS BROUGHT BY THE MADRAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 June 1866

'TIHE NIWI V 1]3iLOUGlT, 'BY TIHE' MADRAS. It is many months since we received a msail cont.ining. such important arid selisn tional intelligencet as tlhat broui1. tyhe? Madras which nnrichol;ed in IIobson's-Bny on, Thuisdaay morning. ~WVhlether looked at fi:in a domestic or foreign point of view it is equally alarming. The financial panic wlhichl has necessitated the suspension of the Bank of England chartei' and'osused the failure of huses so renoivncl as thioso of Oeri?nd, Gurney, anld Co., and Sir Morton Pete, must necessarily exert a meost disastrous influence over the commercial relations of Great Britain both at homo and in the c·'lonies Ihle raising of the rate ofdiscount' frlam 6 to 10 per cent. in less:thlail a month is too rapid a change to bLe accpuntd for by the unsettled state of the Continent alone, and indicates a wantof confidlence in the commercial sound ness of the ceountiry3. I Adelaideo: the' banks have already raised t!he rateio: o? exchange to 2 ipor.cent; pre...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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