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THURSDAY, JUNE 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 June 1866
TIlunsnPY, JUNs 16 . Bef')ro the Mayof (J. Snbowball, Esq.), and W: Tei.pleton, EsqP'i., MP: . sMALI DE3TS. . TLomis."ShLeppa.d v. W Lain'. "Goods, :19?s. d. The bench .awarded s.s with '5s. : costs.--J. Biimingham v. R. Stanley. Goods;, 4as. 3d.., ~Amount awairded,' with s. G6d. costsa, to be paid within a fortnight. I
OUR NEGLECTED CHILDREN. (SECOND ARTICLE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 June 1866
OUR NEGLECTED C-ILDREN. (sEcoND AitTIcl " We left dff last week b? reprlnting thea clause from thIe Mlunicipal Act emnpowerhign borough councils to adopt! means for the relief of tlie poor. We may'be asked, Whatl nmore do youirequire ? . Is there not syCllcient, power in that clause tbm rudettia require4 mints of the case? No, .we, sel, emjhati-° cally, No .. In tis? first place, the iower consfrr &is only permissive, and so-loni'g-ns-this is the case it will be 'little availed of. Let one or two boroughs only in the eeiglibosrhood of Melbourne frame, a :systemt af relief bbi?ed, upon the powers thlreein given, and see how soon they will be .flooded with the poor from other boroughs. W'ith-sucd a prospect before flthem,!'it'is no wondelr thliat tlhose councils who re recahlly nixious to do their duty in this matter should ipaise eC thejieoiisent ta embark An a secbeme which wpuld be sure to be followed by such: undhesirile resultsd If the duty of re!ieving the posr is to dev...
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 June 1866
.... . ..C . . . . . ? POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PR AHRA1N COURT. * -:MONDAY, Jucn 1i. Before J:. B. Crews ind ,.' H. Cloughb, S Esqs.: aNOR' n OFFENCES. Elizabeth Parke, charged ei'ith being drunk [ind disorderly, was discharged with .a repriniand.-George Tiwentyman, J. Crowley, Henry Eveibt, and'John Power were each fined 5s. with 99: 6d. costs, for having .un Sregistered ddgs a: thleir 'ipossessi6n. "Thomas R. ussell was summdiied tor a similar offence, but the cise'\Vad dismissed, defendant as serting that h:!iis, tdog vas iot 'six months old. Jobli. At'n and Llo?yd Wilihins were 'lso chargedl ,iiLh havizig un'iegistered dogs, lii'tthley piroved tlia.ttey haid zIegistered the .ziniuials,. the former it Emerald Hlll, and the latter at Rliclhiond: T'he cases were thereforie:dismissed. ... , SiALL DEBTS. SJohn Stephens v. Anne Watkineon. Labour "s. .No 5appearanco for defendant. Amountl :awarded, with: 2s. :6d. :costs.--W. I Cook v. Henry Highland. Goods, £4 3s. Id.. 'No appearance for ...
MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 June 1866
S :MEMORANDA. Tliero will be but a fow days mror: for the puiblie to secture enrolment of their names on the voting list, by p ayaient of tlioir rates; Wcdncnda, the 20th of June, is lthe lpt day for rqcipit of rt .,a:so.. n, to olititle the.payeorto' ouroheloDs ::As.i.is, the practiro. of many landlords to pay the ratefor tldir,: teitnaits' thle latter should see that it his bccn done, and thus savetlI "bitter dis.ppointsiit n ef, ysnan -- rson, 'abe, ;r toe lest elections, diacomerd tq thoio ent thatl landlords h~pcdilfullyandlkno.wingly broliCe througli this ng'ebment.l;;It ismoti generally. k-noai-: thikt an ncetion will lie for wnilld disfrinchis mant, indclthat rcently a tconait obtaincd,£2a damages againsb Ihis landlord for mving, by non -paymentof rates, caused the remoruval of. his name bfrm the seting (, ?: , The membersiof the St. Kildia i?.nc of ]ope, as sisted by a detaclhmet from thd? Mo'oabbiin Bimd of Mope, purpose.giing ans eiitertainiin, iia tle Town HIall, St. Kil...
FRIDAY, JUNE 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 June 1866
FRIDAY, JuNE! 15., Before the Mayor (W. Ford, Esq), and Jamnes Wilson, and 'T. M'Coomie Esqs.. S . MINOR oFFENCE.is .P. W.:Thorne was fined.O:i. br having n lig-ht.Qn .na obstruction.-1Thomas' 1iddieto . v..fiaad s for having a fire in his yard. Joinm Logue. wis fined 5s.,for furliouis driving. W-illiam l'in, for ahlowivin 'two cows to ,'wander, :was -fined'.s. ; aiid '.j'. DB Martin, for, allowing, two goats to waider, ?ys fined . s..-Henry Breed, a butclier sum'noned .J. Pentlin for chfrgi.ng excessive damages upon aix lambs which had trespassed ondef?endant's land., The case was dismissed, withhout costs, as it was stated that the moneyhid lnot,t been paid through the poiindkeeper, and the miatter .had been compromised.-In 0 thoecas" of Bradshaw v. Joies, for illegali smp-indhig .and for.charging, excessive damages ,tfji'e, was no apjpeaiance of oithpr plaintiff or, dpeenda t,
MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, JUNE 11. Present—The Mayor (J. Snowball, Esq.), and Councillors Crews, Dickson, Vail, White, Hutchings, Young, Widdicombe, and Knipe. THE CONFIRMATION OF THE MINUTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 June 1866
MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE! PIt A H R AN COUNCIL. MoNDAY, JuNE 11. Present-The Mayors (J. Snowball, Esq.), and Couiicillars :Crews, Dickson, Voil; White, Hu'chings,. Young, Widdicombe, and Knipa. , THIE CONPI 555Ti#ONf~0' THE MINUTES~. The iniiinlte ".f the previous 'meeting having been 'read;, Couincillor Knipe stated that he 'bad procured and laid on the table his. certificati of discharge for, the first insolveicy all .che last counbil meeting, and hedesired that it miglht be so recorded in the minutes.. The Mlaydr could tot see'how such a statement rould he inserted in the minutes. A piece of paper had simply been shown to the councii, .but the council was not in a position to esay if it was the certificate that was produced. Councillor Knipe oh served thatj at the time he handed the c'rtificate ia thie aiijror had said "Oh, you had not got it before'," thereby half admitting that the docrument produced was the said certificate. He thought bthe mayor had a remarkably clever way of t...
ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 June 1866
ST. *ITLDA COURT. TuEsDAY, JuNE12. Before thei lMayodr (W. Ford, Es q.) and J. " . Wilon, ?ud 'I'. M'Combie, Esqs. " :M 9DR OFF0ENCES. P. W. Thorne and James Dooley weore Scharged with having no light on an obstruc tion in Gurner-street, but tile case was post poned till Eritlday --James B1egley was fined e: s. Gd. ifor alloiving.a cow to wander.-- Gdorge Joneswas summoned by Mr. B,'dshaw folr Sillegally impounding cows, and tfor clai'ain' a lrger sum fordamages than is,althorised, by law. The e was postponedtl as Mr BIradshaha who was said to be suffering fliom .the in fluenza, was unable to attend. LA?tCENY. Henry Soaper, a rag and lone' gatherer, pledided guilty to a charge of stealinL a giate value (Is., from Mrs; Excell's ysl:d, in high street, St. Kildai, and was sentenced to pnie month's imprisonment. '1 SMALL DEBTS. Owen KIennedly summoned Levis Lingbye to show cause why he should not?b bey an order of the court to pay a debt' o'f2 ls.isd., with costs. Defendant did not an~p...
THE BEAU-MONDE AND THE DEMIMONDE IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 June 1866
'1iHE BEAU-MONDE'AND :THE DEM-. 'MONDE IN PARIS.. (*T' ( Zi i'SATUeDATY nEVIW.) , The Paris journdls lately surprised their Frenci, and tatiled' their foreigns, readers by an innoiuicemenit for. which, after all, both ihould have' been preptired. No one who is tt all coversitit with the ordinary course of Paisiaiin life--wea'dti bt'stiy amiliar with its inner' nlystefies-?-oughtt to :have been as tonished at hlid6ig thai'certain grandes dames ft' Frenchi skbiety had sought for invitations to a masqued ball'*hich was to he given by i distinguish?d' leaderof the demi-iimonde. We have"hiad in o=r owi, coiuitry,'ycertain'fatiat and partial indicstions bo the same' cariosity, •evealed di?ii a i awkwarid d balf-liesitating eort of way. ' Eiglish'bgreat latisisi' ce 'mtide A oiff-night for theieis~hik'at. Creimrne," in 'rder to catdh'a flying and ffurtive glance, not if the' noti l: idols 'of those gay '4gardens; hut o".f liteere?"'ceilio 'i ceisories, tow their attiractibn'.ahd'tnuhiiplis...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 June 1866
rl(Fom the " Victoria Govermnenat Coclete" oj 12th ,Tune, 1868. No. 66.] PREPA RATION OF GENERAL ELECTORAL. LISTS DURING TIIE WREEItE ENDING IsT DAY OF SEPTEM' BER, 1860. BPEOIAL NOTICE TO 'OLDERS OP ELECTORS' IIoITH . IT is hereby notified lhat holders of Electors' Rights, issued on or before tlhe 1st day of Septomber,.18Gl, must oblain renewed righlfts in lien therof, in order to lhaveo.their.names plawed npon tlhe General Lists to be made up on the let doy of Sep tember next. Ne Ec of this preeauntio will result in the omnlission oftlhe n?ies of the persons so neglecting from the new list to be made up os aforesaid. Every renewedl right will bear he sname inumber and will be 'in the like form anud tenor as thid. in lieu of whiei it is issued, nud will bo eqtially avail-' able for any election that masy take place before the completion of the pEis roll in Octobor next. No Elector whosenanioe i on ' Roll of :Ratepaying Electors for any district is cuntitled to a renbwed Elertors' R...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 June 1866
Aictioheer@, Estate Agents, &c. SJ, B.:"'CREWS, and CO., AUG? .NEERSiu:IOUSE AND LAND Chapel Street, Prahran. (Agent for the Victorian Insurance Comnpanies.) :.~~~~~ ~ ~ . : :' :fo E V-A'N g AGrENCY OFFICES Letting and Selling Houses and Land, IN sOUTH YARIRA AND. ITS VICINITIES An NOW OPrPrSITE THTE RAILWAY STATION,' GARIDINER'S CREEK ROAD. Auctioneer, Estate Agent, and Valuator.-Loans Negotiated. Agenlt for te' Aus?tralasians Fire 'an Life Insurance S Compang. WILLIAMI GROVE, VALUATOR, AND GENERAL AGENT, ST. KILDA AUCTION MART,,, .JUDTTCTIOL.T, BEGS .to give notice that his large and com ) modious premiseo in Barkly-street, Junction, St. Kilda, is now open for the rdcepticn of Turniture and General Merchandise, either for sale by public nuaction or private contract, - Parties removing desirous of selling their Fur niture or.other property eitler by public auction or private' sale will find moderateenharges comr bined wi.n despatch in rendering account 'sales. Cashl advance...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 June 1866
TO CORRESPONDENTS. We desire to impress strongly on the memories of all who imay favour us, with communi cotions that we strictly r'fnise insertion to a .nything that is not g'l.iaraniteed by3 the name and address of the sender. This rule will be enforced by us, even though, as has been tlle'cins, it shouild necessitate the refusal of communications which V.e would othoerw',is( gladly insert. Of course, ,we do not require these :for 'piblication, but merily fobr our :ovwn satisfaction an.d protection, -.tie Ue lIrap: 16. * . -SATURDAY,'-JUNE 16,e;--iS66. '
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 June 1866
[Notices of Births, 3Murriages, and Deathls ore iscrledt gratlitoisly i the I 'eqroph, if scct in to tlia sriter sot t "er 'hi?u ' E -iyy,osrmino properly drithieistcited. g * ... . .. BIRTH. CLARKE.-On the 7th inst., at Sunning-hill cottage, Vine-street., Windsor, Mrs. Geo. D. Clarke of a daughter. MARRIAGE. NEALE.--EADES.--On the 7th inst., at St. Kilda, &nbsp; by the Rev J. S. Waugh, President of Wesley College, the Rev. Francis Neale, of Albury, son of the late Rev. Francis Neale, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, to Caroline Matilda, youngest daughter, of John C. Eades. DEATHS. ROBINSON.-On the 8th inst., at Vine-street, Windsor, of diptheria and croup, William Gayner, son of Edward G. Robinson, aged seventeen &nbsp; months. WHITLAW.--On the 11th inst., at Windsor, &nbsp; &nbsp; Caroline, the wife of W. G. Whitlaw, aged thirty- eight years. GARRAT.--On the 12th inst., at the residence of his brother-in-law, William Coulter, Caroline-street, South Yarra, Jame...
FRIDAY, JULY 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 July 1866
fofore th" Mai-o,:(W. ( Ford, Esq.), James . Wilson,,andT. M'Cobl?,, Esqe.,! ; MINOWl ori NCL. T1homas Ashbyj was fined :s' for bi.inghasleep when ini cliare of' a I Irsee suf dray. . 'S .A L L D ? , " J. 1H1 Loclhooll vr. J?imes West. G?ods, Gs. No appe?ran'c fobr defendlanlt.' iAount nward;l, with is. cbsts.--Atkinson and Co. v. Jamies Qurin. Goods, £7. s. 10d. Amount awar'dedl,:with s. costs.-W. Dickesson v. Allied Busdley.' Goodf-, £10 3.s. 41d. No appear'ance fordefidnrlnnt. Amount asi'arded, with s. costs.--?asketRt Tc n~lgeCu v. George Connibere. W?g'es, £1. Aitoitt awarded, with 5S. costs. After the case finlt been decitded MrI. Coinibcri crime ilito court and said hle did not owe the money.
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. THURSDAY, JULY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 July 1866
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRA?IRAN coURT. TaunsDay~,J. LY 5. BefoeGa the Mayor (J. bnbwball, Esq.),' W. Templeton, P.M., and J. II. Clugh; Esql. LACINc , Y. Richard Story was clehr.d with stenlin a lrush, a spade, a blanket sitl 6tler articles, the property of John Ellitson. 'The prisoner, lwho is a plasterer, had 'been emldoyed by Ellitson, and during his absence firom homo stole the articles and sold them at a rag and bone merciants. IHe plended g'ilty and said he was suffering from the effects. of drink whelhe comnmitted the iheft, but as he 'bha pieviously been before the court on a similar charge, ihe was sentenced to a mnonl:h's imlnisonment, witlh hard labour. ODSCENaF. LANUAOGE Eliza Cooper, an o!d ,ffender, for being drunlk nld using. obscene language in a public I]ace, was for the first offence, fined 10sl or 48 hours' imiprisonment;: and for thie second, £2, or one month's imprisonment. SMALL DEUTS. E. B. Taylor v. George Wondwaruld. Goods, £1 2s. Gd. Amor.t nawvarded, with Gs...
Oakleigh and Mulgrave District Board. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 July 1866
Oakleigh and Mulgrave District Board. TFlENDERS, addlressed to thoe :Clhairman 'of tihe L' Ilord, are ivitled to be rsent in by 4..30;p.m;. on Thurosmday, Iulljy 19, for o/pplying G]RAVEL for mointenanoe of the Mimn mDan:o enmong ItLid. .S'peciiclitons cllan be seen at the oflc'e of tlio Doardl, at Oaklckigh, on r.andt after Monlday,; tlm l6th instant.. Cootractors awiohin' to oltait grameli ftom" the reserme encloeml by thio loll fcmcmm ch 'ilt ' io ' 1y mmoiig orraltgements wimth ithe lessee of tihe Oak eigi'h toil-gate. , •" Time lom et or aly tender~, noti uecessarily. nac which we bavlieur lavoeea•yia -wm
WEDNESDAY, JULY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 July 1866
D ' p'PNESDAX,! JUILY 4. ' 3 . BeforeiJ. Ptll terson,j arid .II'Tullett. Robert Mivson,'An'ilie'wo 'tihdir rt, inl .Jolin Stuivilwre wewre itied vi; ?ilfhilly dnmaing prop'rty bly:rep.nving loo?m fromtnfnd belon, in, lto: the .Melbourne andi Ilobson's iany Uniteil nilwiy . Co.pin y; a'nd .each. finedl 1Os.: "Stiwarft ws" na.irdeil .' to |py. .40s. (ldamaes in. :nditiSnil'i'i the innmistratr s ,left it to tie railway company .to 'deide'?whiether they woulilprest im tfor ite dilatliniei
ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 July 1866
ST. KIILDA COURT. TUESDAY, 'J'ILY 3. Before thel Mayor (W. Ford, Esq ), T. Baillie, h alnd J. Wilson, Esqs. MINOR OFFSENCES' Daniel Campbell and Clementina Francis were each ordered to put 2s. 6d. into the poor box fir.' allqwing goats to wander. Owen Kennedy was sumanoned to produce the driver of car No, 1P,, who was fin6d 0s. 6d. fiar lying for hire off the proper stand.-Willi'm Rose was chn;ged with illegally detahining some fowls, valued at 0Os., the property of Edward Arnoll. Defendant expressedl his willingness to restore the liwls, and the case was dismissed upon that con dition. fSMAILL DEBTS. 'J. Dixon v. :B. C. Murphy. 'Goods L5 1is. Id. No nppearance 'for lddefnil'?nt. Amount awarded, with 5s.' costs.--E: k.ellyv v: J. B. M:icfiri io. Goods, .£1 Is8l No apiperaance fbr dcefenalant Amount awciated, with 5s. :costs:--Archlibald Wilinmson v. Miars. llonfiel: Lnboiii nid laterial,l £10 3s. aIMr.l'ulneibr rlalintiff. nld ir i. F.unc'tt bor deifendant.l Tihe case Itl besin i.tp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 July 1866
-BE, WAIlNED: S DOCTOR TIIOMIAS. JCT?E.ITATE OF TIHE ROYAL COLL.EGE OF p.HySlCIANS OF ENlLAN)D. SEMBER of the IRoyal Collpgo of Surgeons, .. T.centiatle in Midwifery. faember of the ;ntiil of Medical Educaitiloj LpOldo and Iemnlter leidical Board of Victoria. Sco iplomasn in tile poctdr's Consulting Rooms. .May be pritely pond colnflitdentially consulted, either personally or by letter at his Nep Colsulting Sooms, 97, and also at Itis purrery, 222 Great onsdale-street, Melbourne. SIn tliore dhistresing :diseases arising from early abuase nameily-loss of procreative power, im pairtment pf tilte geierative system, nervrus atld phlysieal dc bility, Iantgpur,'flushing, wasting or spermatotrhaeo, taltitction qf the heart, gid.:ieess, arouilnce of sortey, skin erupipns, antd contagious maladiers. Ofl thlt lith (day of February, 1864, Doctor f'tlmtas gained lthell Higlhesnt lHoours at tlhe llp;,al t.olepie of Physicians of EEngland in thie treatment pf nIerdous andl ph)sical debility,'phys...
MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 July 1866
MEMORANDA. This (Saturday) is tihe lasf day on which lectoral registrars can receive eliccs for namnes to be inserted on the burgess list, or notices of objection to any already appearing thereona The lnst of a series of special religious services which haroe been hold in tile Commereml-road Tndte pendent church during the past month, ilusltlrative of the mission of Christ, will take place this evenlig. Ncn-attendantfs at any p!hce of worahip are earnestly inwitcd tobe present. I The first ahnual nmeetihg of the St. Kilda Bowling Club, for the election of officers, &e., will be hleld: to day, at the Court-house. I An adjourned inquest wans lheld on the body of an infant about forty-eighti bors' old, at the Royal George Hotel, Clhapel-street, Prahrm, yesterday. The body it will be remembered was found in a water-course i the Willilamns-road sewn up in a piece of ticking, enclosed in part of a sack, lwhich was rolled round it, and to which was attached a bag containing a brick...