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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 July 1866

ýELBO3URNI PItrLIIrJmro\ro SOCfhi; . 111 F1 ''S' GI '0 CO OEU.fT FOR "18tH,. IfndlltC's ORATORIO, JUDfAS3 M1AOOA]3IEUS, Will be given in Thue Exhibuition-buuildling, ON 21UE'DAy, 17th JULY, Byv 11.B1n( and Ohorus of 200 1'EIIFORMl[lmS. Soubscuibera' fluter tril he receved b y the lion. '1rauc,.l.J. J. Bi undell, Collin~s-street, woet, oil thu M~ot. S~rrolo~v; Ci~usttthouie. Ehxtra tichets G, nun -subscribhors-ltuuitrod scuts, (kersnod to the Gallcr , 2s. GiL. echrt-may olso Lx obtaitunu fron Muono. WVilkie, Wchsuor, nutd Cu., uuuoiucuu.nrrt~uuunu Culltinit laret eat. T1110. DREDG~E, tioj. Sireutary. Mir cellanecu STHURSDAY, JULY St. Kil.li . Grn'-ýtrý , ne r t. e I ilcu y S ntl , - -ole of 41r. .n. by ml.)pil of t)?, .?irtl"""i : .. n I.ni. ~iwith ii l ti il'etlt.. ' A j th?' \'.i.u s ,et.u'v? Ib .: ., ty orider of JTohin G.ld'ln., 't 1.. {) :iWt" A•' iii th' lInadlvii et E .re iid Johni i'r to w i convidiitof the Mlortabadel4s:.: ,. Nor t'os tiv? Sn!'! , . " " LFJ?.ED BLISS has bee...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 July 1866

GENERAL NEWS. parliament has been further prorogued fomI t.se 12th instant to " the 21st day of Atgilt now next ensuing." lseverbeer's postlhumous work " L'Afri coine," which, since its first production, some eighteen months ago, at Paris, has created aito an unusual stir in the musitoal world, 95'on Monday last presented to a Melbourne S nce by Mr. Lyster's company with a aegres of completeness highly creditable. Of co?tse, to plaece such an opera before the piublic in a manner to do full justice to the Aluthor and his composition, is out of the question with our limited musical resources but as much as could be done in this direc tion Mr. Lyster accomplished, and is deserv ing of the thanks of the public tlherefobr, 'Tre leading characters have been alter nated by Mesdames Escott and Simonsen, Stuttaford and Durand, and Messrs. .quires and Beaumont. In the mounting, gieat liberality has been shown, and some of the scenery is equal to anything that could be seen in the theatres of ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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VITAL STATISTICS FOR MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 July 1866

UPT:1L ,"; \TTS~mS p ('R T, 'o I:rl'i.T c:\:H?''FA s r LrtiPORiT.) The ldeaths in hitiy miibered'73 hss than n the samne month of 1805. ''h,.y wents slihtlyv in excess of the averagie mortality drinr;t-seven year.', but not more. so th-n m ,it be expected f'om the increased pupula-. tin.; .They were fitwer by '15 than those wlthicl 'oc, iire"d in April. .The month was warmer than the sime.month in any .year: of theo .previous six.i Thi: mean .templerature was highei:by no 'ly 83deg. than the average of .liy, extending over aperiod 'of seven years.' iMnle icontributted a55 per cont., and t'rin.dles 4.3 per' ccnt. to, the mortality of tlihe ionth. 'Forit-seven per cent. of "the deaths weire of children uiider five, again t 50 per cent. in \ay, 185',; 58, per .cent, in May, 187.; 53 per cent. in MIy, 1863; 51 per cent. il May, 18362; j3 ' e'er cenit. in May, 1861 i 'inil-'G er5l ceht: in \1t?y 180. It will lie itserveid t hat this is. tie only year of the past sheen 1in, lwhicli I toht...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TEA MEETING AT ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 July 1866

TEA MEETING AT ST. KILDA. On Sunday last sermons in connexion with the Sabbath school anniversary were preached in the Congregational 'Church, Alua.street, St. Kilda. A tea meeting was held on the following Tuesday, when there was a large attendance. After tea a public meeting was held, at which Mr. Smith presided. The Chairman read the report, from which it appeared that during the last three years the largest number of Sunday school scholars was 162, and the average number .f children attending was about 140. The expenses of the school for the last twelve vears were 1187 8s., or £16 9s. a year. Last year this was nearly doubled, its consequence of the incerease in the number of scholars, which made it necessary to provide more bibles, be sides other additions to the library, Their practice had been to distribute tickets for good copduct, &c., end to give books in return for them. Their financial position was also gratifying, as there was only a very small amount owing. The...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ROLL-STUFFING WITH A VENGEANCE. (FROM THE AGE.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 July 1866

ROLL-S'1UFF NG WITHI A SVENGEANCE. (Cem0 tie AGE.) Last Saturday, morhing, a person froi' the Free Trade Leo,,ue office called upon the town clerk of Emerhald-hill,'anddýposited with that functionary-two largo buandlies of claims for enrolmhnent on the burgess-list. No. 1 bundle contained ^9 claims frpm shirehiohlers of the Melbourne and (Jobsopi's Bay United Rairlway Company, and contairirg whiit purported to be the signature of tih claimhnt. The cluims also contained the following certificate :-" I certify that the withintnamesdl is a shareholder in the above company.; (Signed) T. Finlaysod/ secretary." No.i2 bh;nidle comprised 40 ela1ui, and were from the City of MeIlbourne Gas and Coke Company, conitaiini? the -fbllowing ceir tificate:-" I hereby certi?y, that the within named is a shareholder in the ihbove compail' (Signed) John Scott, stcretary." Both bundles were endorsed, as follows :-"I liere by appoint Mr. C. J. Durham to appeoir fio me at the revision coinrt. Daited this ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, JULY 9. Present—The Mayor (J. Snowball, Esq.), and Councillors Widdicombe, Young, Crews, Hutchings, White, and Vail. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 July 1866

MUNICIPAL INTELL GENCE PRAHRAN COUNC[L. MornAy, JULY 9,1 Present-The Mayor (J. Snowbals , E?sq.), and Councillors Widdicombe, Young, Crews, Hutchings, White, anti Vail, '1 he minutes of the previous cleeting were read and confirmed. CO n RRSPONDENOE. Letters were read From the Supreme Court, lMelbourne, in forming the council of the decision of that court in the matter of James White's appli cation for a rule ni?i for Mr. Knipe to show cause why he should not be ousted froim his seat as couancillor of the Borough of Prahran. The rule was made absolute with costs. No notice was about to be taken of the matter, when Councillor Crews suggested that the letter should be inserted in the the minutes. It was the first thin- of tihe sort that had come before the counci, and it should be dealt with so as to be a guide in the future. Councillor Widdicombe moved, end Councillor White seconded, that the letter be received. Carried Councillor Hutchings asked if"a copy of the decision had been fo...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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BERWICK DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 July 1866

BiERWICIK DISlRfLT '130 .RD: An ordinary n ehtiigiof' tie above board 'was Ieldh nt the IGr1h Jiun', ight? members beinl present. In the a?bsei.eo of tlin chair im1, .ir. W'vilsoiin mis voted' t,1 the chair, wivtic he took. l'he: h ninites of tho" last mneeting we're read ariI .onrfiritied. i 'Tlhe letters sent were 'read, "tul' hbope received fion Blundell nd For'l with ornameintdd p intin . 'ti. . Frithe 11n6 er, of heo Danid nong- tll, asking fr' £5o16'. .r th'is board's share of. his salary and. advertis'n t) the lset April, 1866. From Ih'. Politz requnesting than an increasoe of £503 hb md id on his net vilnation, enclosing £2 10s:.riib.rates on such increase for the etrrent?yeat, ind reqitesting that Mr. Wait'ner's; name lbi entered on' the, roll as joint occupier wilth hitnself, these requests were .uunnimnotisly.; granted by: thei boar'd.-From the: Roads anJIBriidges office, stating that if this board erectse 'th bridge over the Dadentng (Jreek on the Pern 'Tree .Gully-road ...

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 — 14 July 1866

Borough of Prahran. 'LECTION NOTICE. .TOTICE is hereby given, that the ELEC S..TION of a COUNCILLOR for this borough, to fill an extraordinary vacancy, pccasioned1 by John Hanlon Knipe being ousted from the office of councillor; by the supreme (ourt will take-place on Tuesday, the l1st day of July inst., commencing at 8 p.a. and closing at 4 p.m. Candidates must be nominated on or before the 17th day of July, by delivering to one, at the Town-hall, Chapel-street, a nomi nation pappe, signed by the candidate and at least 10 burgesses duly qualified to vote at puch election, with a deposit of £5, to be d ealt with as provided by the Municipal Covporatiqns Act, 1863. Nomination papers may be obtained upgq .pplicatioc to the Town Clerk. - JOSHUA SNOWBALL, r " " .Mayor. Town Hall, Prahra, yor. July 11, 1866. * Borough of Prahran. NKOTICE is hereby given.: that the RE VISION C0UURT for revising the burgess list for the borough of Prahran will he held at the Town.hall, op Monday, the 16th ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 July 1866

Auctioneers, Estate Agents, &c. ., B;..CRE:W.S, and C0., .AUCTIONEERS,,!HOUSE AND LAND 0 AGENvrS'87 * , 'C . hapel 'Street, Prahran. I (Agent for _ te i _tofian" Insurace ompanies.) ' ?}r91 1 : " , ." ..'', . . * . A TI ". :, AGE'C 'Y O'-Fo ei; ES Letting and: Selling Houses and Land, IN SOUTH YARRA AND ITS ViCINI'TIES S.'-(ARE NON OPPO.P' fTE WA TA,?? GA'RDINER'S CREEK 'ROAD. Auntioneer, 'EItate ,'Agent;', 'ad Valuator.-Loans : Negotiated. . Agent for the Australasnas Fire ana Life Insurance Company., : WILLIAM -GROVE VA4LUATOR, AND GIENERAL AGENT, ST.' KILDA AUCTION MAlT .. . ....... ,-x CTIxQ:,: ...., 'EGS' to givo"'notice that his: l' rge? ai'' cooi-' . modious premises 'ihi Barklysstreet, Junction, St Kilda, i4 now open for the reception of Furniture and General.Merchandise, either for sale by public auction or private contract. Parties' renioviig 'desirous of selling" their Fur niture:or:other property either lby public auction, or private sale will find moderate charg...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE NEWS BY THE MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 July 1866

TIIE NEWS B3Y THE MAIL. Pgnctual for once to her contract time, themail did not arritoe .a moment too soon to satisfy the lougina eraving with which the news she bore was anticipated. The cqrtn "latest telegrans" of the preceding msinth, a.inouncing the cpammencement pf ,a cornm norcial panic in England and the strong probability of a Coqtinental yar breaking out had naturally produced in the minds of all an 'unwonted yearning for further par. tic??lars; and had we been doomed this month to one of those long periods of sus, pense between the mail .heing due and her arrival to which the P. and 0, Company's steamers have aq frequently 'consigned us, it woqld haye been almost unbearable. It ia hard enough in 't piping times of peace" to receive our narrative of old-world doings in mnonthly instalments-but in a time of such peril and excitement as our latest' dates of last manth indicated, it woqld be a grievous infliction. And when to that is superadded a delay in the steamer's arrival...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CAULFIELD DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 July 1866

SCAUL'IELD DISTRICT BOARlD. M'specTial meeting of this board was held 'on T?i irday last, when Messrs. Samuel nast's (ci rairmn) Cochrane, Nelson, Pin 'ingtonp Daish, Lloyd, and Dr. Dickfon werepresent The minutos of the previous mnest g wcoro read and confsirmed. Amongst tao correspondence was a letter from the Gardiner District Board. requesting the board to call for tenders for the erection of mile posts on the Main Dandenon g-road. The board decided to invite tenders for the same.-~-A circular letter was read from the Moorsrbbin.Board, requesting to be furnished wvith information respecting the area, amount of rates, &c., of this district, as a guide to the payment of their own officials. Received. -Tenders were then opened for spreading metal on the 'Point Nepean and Daudenong roads,'when AIr. J. Ilbury's offer at lid. per..cgbic yard was accepted.-Mfr. Hart reported that Mri. E. Bradshaw, the town clerk.of, St. Kilda, had iniformed him thlat the council had decided to ...

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 — 14 July 1866

GAR INER DISTRICT BOARD. The . . al meeting of this board was held on Wed,'esday eve'nr" last, when Messrs, MG. Bei son (chnirnini);. Watns, VWoidmashn, Alway, and XYonig -w-ere present. The minutes of the previous iieetinI 'l:ving- bern rend and eonfrinreld, a rtter was received frimr Mr. ;Nettletoni, photgraphi-lr,- "intimariitg that he wirs' rrepared i6 take til- negirtive of an view.oft the district 'i,. 'iby -lOin. -n-i suIpply silt copies for' the "usri' ft £4, or if, 10in. hy 192i,. for tihe suit of £3 10s. The mirtter -was allowed to stand ovei'.: for a full' board, as 'whatever 'ction was taken the memberns: would have, to. payf toi them indi vidunllv.-A circular letrer iionotlie Moorih bin -Board requested "to'be furnished- rith intbrmation respecting the area, amount of rutes;'o. of thise diitrior, with a view to ascertain the amounte of salary paid to the various road hoards officials. ''le request wres orderedr to be conpliedr with'-A- letter was read from: 'Mrs. Eldiid...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MR. KNIPE'S EXPLANATION. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 July 1866

Its , KNIPE'S EXPLANATION. o the Editor of the Telegraph., Sir,-The letters that appeared, in your, issues of the 30th ?,ue and the '7th July ult., signed W'Vatchdaog" contain so. many inquiries that I think it necessary nlow to answer some of them, but do not intend to, retaliate by using sarcasm, punuming, or rhyming; the whole subject being now, to my sorrow, too serious tQ admit of anything. of that'nature, nor do I iotend to. open up a. long correspohdence, the present bei;ang, in all probability, the only letter I' intend to, write. It would be some satisfaction to ne if the letters had been signed b. the writer's, proper name, for it does appear. moOt un-. jsst that any man should be attacked in. the. manner which I have been withoust ti1 op portunity of knowing his antagonist. How-. ever, from one setes.ce in his last letter it is evident that hie is one of the Pahran, Cotucjllors. The sentence is, "If I really thought that by reducing that oicial's. screw' we should be rid,...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. THE BOROUGH COUNCIL OF PRAHRAN. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 July 1866

COORRESPONDENO . THE BOROUGH COUNCIL T PRAHRAN. To the Editor of tAhe Telegraph. Sir,-Had not the question of my right1 to qit in the borough council been taken up by Councillors Crews and Vail without notico and in my absence on Monday last, I should not have asked you to do me, as an old resi dent in the district, the favour of informing my friends that I left Melbourne for Belfast on the 4th, and did not get back till the 11th. That is the sole cause for my not being in my usual place at the last meetingj of council. My reasons for not resigning till my term of ollice expires in August next are 1st. I believe the Municipal Bill dyes not necessitate me to do so. 2nd. Councillor Fox lived nine months outside of the borough bounds and his rights were never called in q~uestion in conse. quence. 3rd. I would not be a party to bring out the mayor before his time, as my repig, nation (prior to Councillar Lacey's) must have done. 4th. After thelato election, and thecliarges brought again...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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PRESENTATION OF PRIZES TO THE ST. KILDA ARTILLERY CORPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 July 1866

PRESENTAT'ION OF PRIZES TO THE ST'. KILDA? AltILTLEtY CORPS. On Tuesday veening last, the presentation pof prizes to the successthfl competitors of the above corps at the recent annual matches Fonk place in the orderly-loom, Chepel-street, the mayor, W. Ford, Esq., presiding. There was a fair attendance of visitors, including a good sprinkling of the ludies. Bebfore proceeding with the business, the Captain-commanding, .aIr. F. T. Sargood, explained that it had been the custom of the porps for several years past, to have occa sional matches, and finding themni so successful, it had been finally agreed upon to make themn annual. '-he first match' of the series took place on Separation Day of lest year, lut the prizes were not then presented publicly. 'lhe success attending that match was so great as to stimulate the committee ip holding another this year, which went off with even greater satisfction than the last. Dnring the day about 9,000 were present, jypchiultlding a hit proporti...

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ANSWER TO "WATCHDOG." To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 July 1866

ANSWIER TO "WATCILDOq." 'To, the Editor of the Te.'egraph. Sir,-A paragraph appeared in your paper pn the 30th of June, signed "Watchdog," in which that animal speaks of me in nupt very fltvourable terms. I am Cot aware that aiy of my actions, since 1 have been eleited to the office of councillor for this Borough, or at anliy time previous, have been such as to warrant anyone to write disparagingly of ime. • It is my opinion that the writer of that parapraph made a great mistake in the sig nature, he ought to have signed it Cur, as curs always lkeep out of sight, when they bark, and he has done the same; by not signuig his name to the paragraph referred to. I will give you a little anecdote : , The captain of a small vessel, trading to Gelong, had a lahurgo Newfoundland dog on bpard, and every time hlie cane ashore, a ,contemptible little curi was ceonstantly tfor nienting him, and at last hlie mustered smfllcienut courage to bite him, when he immecdiately turned round and quietly t...

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FRIDAY, JULY 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 July 1866

'HtIDAY, JULY 13. Before the Mayor (W. Ford, Esq,), and T, Ballie, .Esq. ASSAULT. John Peebles charged lienryCockhill with an assault. ' Mr. Weller for complainant, Plaintiff stated that on Monday last he was passing defendant's van in his dray, at the corner of Alma-street and the Brighton-road, when his horse shied, and defendant, without any prevocatio?n having been given, struck him across the eye with a whip, inflicting a severe wound. He" afterwards went to do fendant to ascertain his name, and received threatening language in answer to his in r|uiries. Alexander Wright said the blow inflioted, appelared to be deliberately aimed at plain'tiff's face. The defendant stated tLat hIe struck at plaintiffs horse to prevent a collision, and had no intention of injuring complaiunanIl. He was fined 10, with 21s, costs.

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JULY 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 July 1866

POLICE INTELLIGENOE. ST. KILDA COURT. STUESDAY, JULY 10. Before the Mayor (W. Ford, Esq), and Messrs. Patterson,Batllhio, Wilson, - and Joshua. MINOR OFFENOES, 'DMichael Ilegan. a car river, charged with plying for hire off the stand, was fined 5s. T'hirty tradesmen were summoned for having unstamped or unjust. weights and measur' s, and in most cases a file of 5s., with 5s. costs, was inflicted. In some instances the mea sures were fot faited, and a fine of 10s., with 5s. costs incurred. Mr. Bradshaw said he did not mean to aocuse the defendants of any intention to defrau., but they were guilty of neglect in not having their weights and men sures re-stamped and tried. SMfALL DENTS. W. Ardell v. B. O. Murphy. Goods, 41 4s. No appearance for defendant. Amount awarded, with 5s. coaes.--C. Empey v. Joseph Boyd. Goo.ls, £3 Os. d. £2 is. was paid.into court, and 17s. Od, awarded in addition, with 5s. costs,

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THURSDAY, JULY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 July 1866

TItURDsAY, JVULY 12. Blefore the. Mayor (J. Snowball, Esq.), and W. 'empleton, P.M., Frank Rogers was charged with wilful ex posure. The prisoner applied to have the case postponed till Monday, as his solicitor, Mr. Stephen, was unable to attenA the court. The application wss granted, and the paisoner's bail enlarged. MINOR OPERNeRS. SJohn Marshall, W. Bailey, and Mrs. Wade were each fined 10s. for allowing goats to wander.-James, Carr, a cabdriver, was fined 5is. for havirig no light on his conveyance, and 5s. foar plying for hire off- the sta.ad. James Hutton : was charged witlt allowing ten cows to wander Mrs. Hutton said that only five cows belonged to lier husband, who em.loyed a boy to take care of them. Mr. "Temjleton did not think the charge could be sustained, but said that doubtless the boy coul be punished.-Anne Brooks summoned Annie George and Alica Cochrane for using obscene language, but the hearing of the lase was postponed till Monday. .. God created hops when listen...

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PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, JULY 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 July 1866

PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, JULY 9. Before W. Templeton, P.11., J. B. Crews, aetnd Q. Pilley, Esqs. Robert Wolstenholme, a member of the Oakleighli Road Board, was charged with wil flly exposing himself. Sergeant Archibald prosecuted, and MIr. Aspinall, assisted by MIr. M'Kean, defended the prisoner. Margaret Ftrns, a nurse girl naed tourteen, said. that on the night of Saturday the :3rd of last month, she went to Ste- ilda with a fellow servant whlo wished to make some purchases. On her wsy hosps a little before ren o'clock she separatedifrom her companion in Chapel street. She was . stopped by the prisoner near the Star Hotel in Wellington-street, Hie asked her to go for a walk with him but she refused. He then wis'ed her to, go as to the railwvay line offering .her 5s. She again refused, and he behaved in an indecent manner holdin~g her by the sleeve of her. dress. She took hol of 'his hands, and sucoceded in making hter escacpe. This occurred at a short distance from her mistress's h...

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