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A MISCHIEVOUS MONKEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 August 1866

A MISCBHIEVJUs MONKEY. ('(Y.a r5iAN, iiUcLAn.) I lately had a little monkey who was such a great thief that if ie hpd been a human being, he.would have been transported oveir and over again, for inumetout acts of petty larceny:. 1,.however, 'tiurned' his thieving prp pensitues . to 'good' sbcount: Master Jick (after I: had lihad him some time) shdwod evi dent symlitoms of :consumption, and I' pi'e: scribed.cod liver oil. It wasl placed openly before him on the- diningroom, tible, hut he iefused it owitih syn'i;to~is of disgust and sundry tail-nhakiings. I iten poured 'a little into a. saucer,,and phiped it in such h positioni that ,laster:Jack' shbuld find lit for himself, while I'pretcnded to :be :eadini, and not to notice what was goin on "l'ih trapr 'took'i Jack, thinking he was staglihg the oil,:fsucked up the: prescribed dose, mnakisi g. :fice, not implyin, nausea, but rather hi h glee at .iis own cleverness. ' lhi "deceit;" hoi;ever, vWas after a timue discdvered by the 'ai:tl...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 August 1866

BIRTIIS CAMPBELL.-On the oth inst., at Chambers' terrace, Gar.liner's Creck-roead, Mrs. A. PI.' Cnampbell, of a son. COMPTON.-On the 6th inst, at Inkerman-road, ERast St. Kilda, MIrs. George S. Compton of a -daughter. MARRIAGES. EARI.ES-ELDEIR--, On thile th inst., at Christ Church, South Yarra, by the I1ev. W. N. Guin nes,, Chester Earles, of hlelbourne, to Caroline Elder, of East faousley, Surrey. No cards. DICKSON-IIODSON.-On the 80th ult., at St. KElda; by thle l1ev. P. P. Agnew, of Sydney, nssisted by tlhe Rev. Mr. Kinsman, George Charles Dickson,; si of the late William Dickson, Esq., surgeon, Elvington, Yorkshire, England, to Geor gina Ellen HIodson. DEATIh. LAMB.-On tle 5th inst., at Gardinors Creek-road Amy Selwyn, daughter of Fredrick Lamb, aged two years and six months. TO CORRESPONDENTS. "A. G. I."--Your offer is deolined with thanks. SATURDAY, AUGUST It, 186. SITUIRDAY, AUGUIST 11, 1866.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 August 1866

THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. The annual elections to fill the vacancies in borough councils provided for by the Municipal Act came off on Thursday last. Both in St. Kilda and Prahran three caun cillors had to be elected, and in each place there were six candidates for the burgesses to choose from. In the latter borough the contest was an unusually severe one, and strenuous exertions were made on each side to secure victory. The rallying cry was a reduction of the Town Clerk's salary, and the result of the polling has been to return two in favour thereof and one against, Though we do not hesitate to express our regret i- this, it scarcely surprised us. But for our strong and sincere belief that the action Messrs. Vail and Lacey are pledged to in this matter is both impolitio and unjust, we should not have opposed thaii, return. Each gentleman has been in office before, and has done his best to serve the interests of the ratepayers; and it was with a regret that we scarcely expect to rece...

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 — 11 August 1866

A1uctioneers, Estate A ents, &c. J. B. CREWS, and; CO., AUGTIONEBR;IS, IIOUSEtl "'A D 'LAND ' " Cli el t des rN h i.T * Agint fer'tle Vi,?in ur .n'e Co,.panes.) , i d. . ,. . 1' - ' :. - , . i - . .. ' ..: .. Letting .and e.e!lng?HIboueel: andt .land, IN. SOUfi YA'RIA, AND .ITS V..IGINITIEL ARtE.NOWOPPOSITE THIE RAILWAYI STATION, . 0i GARDINER'S .CREE.K ROAD. Auctioneer, Estatoe Agont,:.and: Valuator.-Loane ,N.. gotiated. . SAgent for .the AuslralasiiTh Fire an cy ife Insurance , , 'C'ompanp. i· , '. ' .WILLIAI G ROVE, uctrtiO ieEr, VALUATOR, AND GENERAL AGENT, 'ST KILDBA UCTION MAI RT, ., .JTF~CT IO . S)EGS to givoe notice, tlht ,lli8 largo aand conm J) modious Iremised in lBarkly-street, Junction, St. Kildio, id now opcn for the reception of Furniture aul General Merchiandise, either for Pale 'by public auction or private contract: .': SP;rtlies retonvOing dcuirous of seilling their Fur niture or' othle, property rither by. public auction :or private salo will flind molder...

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 — 11 August 1866

BOROUGH OF PRAHRAN. EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION. NOTICE is hereby given, that the follow ing burgesses are duly NOMINATED as CANDIDATES at the extraordinary election of councillors for the Borough of Prahran: John Goold John Hanlon Knipe Charles Joseph Lewis Charles Ogg The number of candidates bcing in excess of the number to be elected, a POLrJ will be taken on THURSDAY, the 16th day of AUGUST, at the undermentiond places, commencing at 8 ap. and closing at 4 p.m. of the same day: BoOTn No. 1. Mr. Evans's auction-room, Railway-bridge, Gardiner's Creek-road. Surnames com. mencing with A, B, C, and D, must poll at this booth. BooTn No. 2. Mr. Cliffs billiard-room, Prince of WVales Hotel, Chapol-strhcot. Surnames com mencing with E, 7, G, H, I, J, and K, must poll at this booth. BOOTII NO. 3. Town-hall. Surnames commencing with L, M, N, O, P, Q, and R, must poll at this booth. BooTH No. 4. A house adjoining Mr. Guest's, butcher, Chapel-street, opposite Chapel-street Railway Staiton. Surna...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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BE NOT HASTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 August 1866

BIE NgT HASTY§ ., no .haity.0, rny Bro l r, Curb ~lwhile tile angry t6llgute. That w?iould seckto wuadlniutherlt . :Though he bll po'rclhnceli wroi, ! ' All have erred, ot every station ' Thou canst now, ny friePdi, e free; Spaks it not'hi pliliationi, That oir iatures like nogree ? IIns:y ?rords, my friend are often : Spken; inthat ro net'erf.rget, In the heat and flowv of passion,. Leaving years of sad regret ' Tossing us upontlhe billows Of ni ever aLgry sea; I . Giving unrest to our pillows WYlhere alone repose shodld hb; De not hasty, tlhen, but spare liln,-' S, shalt thou hisl goodness prove; Take hims to thylieart ad, wesr himt In pare charity and lovell ! Thenthis softe'd utlance shall go'.t thee,v I Anid lia tani o fixed i lj :.. :thi Firmi, inuttoveable-to rette tIl' "" In a lov' supremeu, divintd

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ELECTION MEETING IN PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 August 1866

EL 'JTIO MEETING IN PRAHRAN. " A public meeting was cenvene'd by the Mnayor, on Wednesday evening jlnst, in the To'wn Hall, Prahran, in nccordandce witl tile Sdesire of a numerously. eig'ned requisition for 'tlegiprloso, of givng' thel.urgesses an oppor tunityof ansertaigng the views of the candi·. dater seeking municipal honours qhere were ilboult 200 . persons' present. After waiting " nbout 'twventy .minutes p?er the appointed time (8 o'clocH), and Messrs. J. Snowlball, James White, an, "A; P. White, not putting in an appearance, Mr. J. B: Crews was called,upon to take the chair. After exhorting those " present to give the candidates a fair hearing, he called on Mr. Chailes Hutchings to address the meeking. He said they were all well aware thntihe was not a good speaker, but however defidient he might be in that respect, still he Swassa good wolkei. He looked upon the ' present state of nffairs as a sort of political crisis, brought about by the question as to mwhat they should p...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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LEGISLATION UNDER COMPULSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 August 1866

LEGISLATION LTUDER COMPUL , • ;,'! SION. ' ' (,no n Tr: sa~· aY 3aEVIEW.) ' The points of reseomls0ance betweon Mir. Bright and M~I. O'Co:nell are sulliceiontly riking to make the E?:?lish agit?Aor the only antitype of the Irish Liberator. !Of ourso thoe twoare pares polius qaim saiilts. Butr they are moro likeo each other than any two other popular politicians of late days. They have this one common elharacteriste; they both havo thoroughly understood the peoplie.whom they addressed, and the anm guage in which they addressed them. O'Coinell, in speaking to an Irish mob, was of the soil, Irish. He was Irish und Catholic; Irish in' his pathos and his faun Catholic in his veneration and superstitib n No woidor that, gifted as he was with a flow of idiomatic speech and a voice both powerful and sweet, he carried captive the willing hearts of his Celtic hearers. At cne nioment;r it was a droll story about soeme Tory landlord or Protestant Bishop, told with a leering eye and suggestive b...

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 — 11 August 1866

GARDINIR DISTRICT BOARD. The usual fortnightly me~ting of this boand was held on. Wednesday evening, when Messrs. Benson. ch eirman) Alway, Wood masbo, anciWatts were present. The miiutes of the last meeting haveing been confirmed, a letter was read fIron Mr,! Peter Cooseno, asking permission to clear the channel in front of his residence in Barkly-street, and to. use the stuff in flling up the holes on the footpath. The request nwas granted.-A letter from Mr. Lox; contrastor, stated that owing'to the scarcity ofi stondbiaeskers he had been unable to get hismetal broken, and he therefore requested the: board to extend the time for the completion of his contract to theS9th of Augeist.. Mr. Woodmason moved that Mr. Cox's applicatioei be granted. TiLe motion was carried.-A second comunaic tion from Mr. Coa requested the board to pay a balance of £2 il32s due on his contract. The money was ordered to be paid.-Mhlelos. Bull and Son, engineers :for the board, re ported that they had inspe...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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A SOUND SLEEPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 August 1866

ASovun? SEr.EPRn.-"Do yOUSn1orein you slcop marm ?" "' No as I knows on. Do you?" "Well, I can't say, I never lays awake long enough to find out." NO TIhIE LIKE THE OLD TIsIE. T Y OLivEn YEONODELL IOLM?IS. There is no timu like the old time, when you and I were young, Whon thle buds of April bloomed, and thie birds of spring-time sung Tie garden's briglhtest glories by su'mniiersuns are nursed, But ohl thie sweet, sweet violets, the flowers that opened first. There is no place like the old place, whrere you and I were born, Where rwe lifted first our eyelids ol the splerdours of thie roisn, From tile miilk-whrite breast that wr-irned us,from the clinging arms that hlrr, Whcere thie drlk ,3yes glistened o'er us tlhat will look oil us no ilrre. There is iro friend like thie old friend who ihas shared our IIIritrlgll daiys, No greeting like his welcome, no homage like hIris praise; Famie is thie scentless flower, withl gaudy crown of gold ; But frirndsiilp is the breathing rose, with s...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 August 1866

MEMORANDA. Messrs. Ogg and Lowis, two of the candidates for the extraordinary vacancies in the Prahran Borough Council, will hold several meetings on Monday, Tdesday, and Wednesday evenings next, the time and places of which will be seen by reference to an advertisement in another column. The eighth of the series of Penny Readingsin con nection with the Prahran Mechanics' Institute took place last Tuesday evening, and in spite of the threa tening aspect of the weather, the Hall wascrowd'&dto exceus. The Roev. J. H. Gregory had promised to take the chair on the occasion, but Mr. Conner apo logised for his absence on the ground of other pressing engagements. Mr. J. B. Crows was prevailed upon to fill up the vacancy. The proceedings of the eve ning commenced with a selection of musiote given by a glee party, under the direction of Mr V. V.Llowellyn, which was followed by various readings, recitatioes, &c., of more or less merit. The successful attempt of the evening was...

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 — 11 August 1866

Building- MIateriale. OORRUGATED .IROiN', now landing, 200 V. tons, 4ft. to 10 feet. (ALVANTSED and CAST IRON 0. G 1 SPOUTING, Pipiog, HIeads, itlting.s, &c. ,¶OREWOOD'S and TUPPER'S CORRU GATED and P'LA[N IRON, all lengths and ,auges; also other brands. Thomas -Warburton 03 Bourke-street west. Livery Stables, &c. COMMERCIAL STAB?LES, P P A H AN Saddle and Ilarness Horses, .Buggies, and other vclucles for hire at the shortest notice. LIVERY AT IHE LOWEST RATES lHorscs louglit, Sold, or 'Exichanged. All Orders for CrsE trictly attended to. Sober and Steady Drivers may bo relied on. gr HOiRSES SENT TO THE PADDOCKS I WEEI.LY LIVEIRY & LETTING STABLES SCorner of INKEIIMAN ROAD & CIHAPEL STREET ST. KIILDA. OCarriages, Buggies,. and Saddlo IHorses on Hir's GoYDER'S HUNT CLUB HOTEL LIVERY & LETTING STABLES, Little Collins-street East, near Police Court. ............v"....................... C IIARDIING begs to inforelhis friends and the u. public tha...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 August 1866

JOTTINGS. The frequency with drhich accidents have dccurred on the suburben portion of the Moel bonrve and Hobson's fay United Railway since it ceased to be a separate company, i becoming really alarming, though it scarcel obtains so moch consideration as it deseries Speaking from memory alone, we can call mnind no less than fiva as having occurre within the past two months at the outsid~) the particulars of which wKern duly cluonicledl iot r columns at the time. The last ock 4urred on Monday, when a ballast train from Richmond to Melbourne, on passing, the points near to tbe Princ e's Bridge station at the junction of the lower line communicating with the Sandridge rautch, one of the :vaggons got; off the. rails, and some degree of interruption . to the regular traffic was thereby occasioned. It is said that the acci crent was caused by the points having been ooved in the intervul between the passing of two trucks. In the interests of the public ye think it is high timne the Govern...

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 — 11 August 1866

Business Directory. MEDICAO.. A. F. White, Chemist and Druggist, (the post oRce) Chapel street, Prahran. BTOlsREEPER5, GRoaBoCE, &c. J. Gummer, Wholesale and Retail Grocer, Chapel street, opposite Union-street, Prahran. E. Rule, Grocer and Provision Dealer, corner of High and Chapel streets, Prahran. OS?COELLAONEOU SamUel Levitt, Watchmaker, Jeweller, and Silver smith, Eghl-street, St. Kilea. Rose, Bookseller, Stationer, &c., Chapel-street, PFrahram, opposite Town-hall. j, Romanis Funeral Undertaker, Chapel-street Prahrsm. and Gardiner's Creek-road South Yarra. Charles Gallop, Coachmaker and Wheelwright in general, Horseshoer, &c., Chapel-street, near Gardiruer's Creek-road, Prahran. William Hague, Plumber, Tinsmith, and Gasftter, next to the church of England School House, Chapel ctreet,Prahlran. Banks. THE- NATIONAL BANK OF AUS S TRALASIA. PRAHRAN BRANCH. I : Chapsl Street. Paid-up Capital ... ... £540,000 1eserve Fund... ..... ... 130,000 The following rat...

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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS IN PRAHRAN AND ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 August 1866

THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS IN PIAHEAN AND ST. KILDA. The polling for these elections took place on Thursday last, and was the cause of con-.. siderable oexcitement, more especially in Prithran, where the polling resulted as follows: Mr. Vail ..... ...... .. ... 70 ! Mr. Lacey ... ... ... 730 Mr. A. F. White .. ........ ... . ?5 Mr. utchings ... ... ... ... 5S8 M1r. Snowball ...... ... ... 579 I Mr. J. White ...... ...... 573 I t I |I Th! Ilese numnberswereannounced inthe~Town Hall, about six o'clock, by Mr. J. B. Crews the returning officer, amid much cheering. Mr. Vail then returned thanks to the bur kesses for the proud position in which t;hey %alplaced him. He thankled them with all his heart for such an honour,' and said that not. withstanding the circumstances connected with the present election ihe had polled more than he lihad ever done before. The first time he was elected, he was third on the o~oll; on the second occasion he was second; and nqw he was at the head. He had alway...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 11 August 1866

rhotographe D. WOOD, I IR O l O G m A E ' m~r E I-, . Ilolemoved from noalk-.otiret t to 41 COI.LINS STREEIC T W' I ST, OI'IsrSITI TiliT: rIITKIIO 11o11.. Cartces-de-viite anld Vignttel 'ortraits 15s. per 'dozen. N.h.-Every Sitter hans lthe Choice of at least two positioins. • . .er, . , W ANTEI. ?,,the PllLic ti C, L ,,. A? r. TDOMAS WRIGII ', Artist Photo graphic RIoonms, 236 Iourke-strert IEast. Melbourne. A. DAVIS, PIHOTOGRAPIIJC COLOURI ST l'lotograplih beautifully finished in oil or watfr rcblour, anII mezzotint, &e. l'aintings aid ftilded plhitnrlaphs copied end paiiile'd ili oil or water culurse. Omen- · •, ' O ,'lice - ' ' -, " CORNER SWANSTON & LIT'TLE COLLINS ST. 80 Swonston Street, telbounri.o GO ULTEL er S PHOTOGRAPIIIC ESTABLISIIMIENT, 57 COLLINS STIREE'T EAS', The prcmisiep formerly occupied by Batchelder and O'Neil. Cartes-de-visite, 15s. per ciozen, including three Beautifully Coloured. ST. GEORII E'S PiIOTOGRAPIIId STUDIO, SSt. George's Hail, DOUIR?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 August 1866

SBusine$s, Die?ret y.-, . " " EDICAL. A '. White, Chemist and Druggist, (the post ,Meel ChopCl street, Prahran. 6TORE aEEPERS, GoCEnRS, &O. 3 J. Gummer, Wholesale and Retail Grocer, Chapel Wtreet, opposite Union-street, Prahran. i 1 Ruleu, Grocer and :Provision Dealer, corner of hligh and Chapel'streets, Prahran.' 2IoII8ELLANot'Oe. Samidel Levitt, Watehmaker, Jeweller, and Silver ,mith, E?[gh-streqt, St. Ki.la. Ross, Booksollgr, Stationer, &c., Chlipel-street, prahran, oppositp: Town'hall. I J, iqmnnis Fpnneral Undert~lker, Chapel-street Prallrali, and,Gardlner'o CreekFoiid South Yarra. Charles Gallop, poachmalker and Wheelwright in general, Horseshoer. .&C., ChapeL-sereet, near Gardiner's Creekroad, Prahran,. William Hagud, Plumber, Tinsmith, and Gasfitter, next to the church of England School House, lhapeL etreet,Praraan. I I a i nks, THE NATIONAL BA'NIC OF AUS STRALASI( . PRAHIIRAN BRANC H. 1 Chapsl' Stiret, Paid-up Capital . .. ,.. £540,000 Reserve Fund.....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 August 1866

av riscellnous s, SEEDS1M-AN AND I-' LORIST, 160 Great Bourke-street East, Mellioritue, A few doors below tile Eastern Mliaket. Always on hand a Choice Collection of PFar Garden, mndl Flower Seeds, Shrubs,; Fruit.TreCw' Plowers, &e., inn great vlnr:etey. ALL ORDERS CIREFUI.LY ATTENDED "TO. D R. BEANE Y, P. R. C. S. L", CONSULt'I'NG AND OPERATING SU RGEIN, Is at home fi r co.snultation PROMI NINa A.v. TILL TWO P.3I. I)An.Y N NE THIO USAND 1'O UN", - For FIVE SHILLINGS.: IIOSIINS AND SIIMOIDIO S'S GRAND DRAMATIC AliT UNIO:; PRESENTATION , Of TWO .TTHOUSAND POUNDS (.£2000) W\ort of ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS And WATER-COLO U It DRAWINGS (Thie works of colonial nrOists), To be distributed on the Art-Union Princip?,. By autnhority, and according to Ac pnt Parliament, kAmong 100,000 patrons to the THEATRE ROYAL, lhAYMARIIET,-andnl .n PRINCESS's S From April 3, 1806,. Tickets, 5s. each, . Adnitting the holder of this to the Theatre Royal, Mtelbourne, any one Tuesday or TInursday evenni...

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A BREWER'S BEWAILINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 August 1866

A BREWa.Vn BEW3VAILINGS. 0011 l. Il AohNN, o Ih ARY ANN, Since I belheld thee first, IMy hopes are bitter-sour my malt, I'Ml altered for tile wbrst I To see thee wnsn it once to love, My heart coildl not refuse, 'Tais deeply wounded. Don't you seo IIbw readily I brewas "I on thy slllilCe-tllhey've turned to frowns l No wonder I loe:)r v n,.

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YOUTHFUL PROMISE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 August 1866

Y9u'i'IFUJL PIo ibiSE. (IRlOM Till: SATURDAY REVIEW) It is as great a puzzle to know what be comes of nall the protusing young men, as it was to the little girl of the story where on enrth all tlie bad people were buried. Most parents ihve at one tie ol' lother cugllartu .ated themselves on possessing a childht of re nmarkable promise, and then been awaokened to see a most, ordinary and commonplace flldil nent. Fli'rtunately they have, ?s a rule, acquired -euso enough in the inte:v.,l to en able them to bear the dis;appointment with proper resignation. For the ambition of parents for their children, like the auubition on their own behalf; undergoes wonderthl clhanges as their experience of toe world grows \wiiter. T'le f tther who gives a tip to his boy tot get ting to theltop of his class is apt to entertain a vague and complacent conviction that lie is rearing an; archbishop or a chancellor or a great author, just as his own taste masy happen to lie. But ten years later lie is aun...

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