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CORRESPONDENCE. THE MAJORITY OF ONE. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 September 1866

. ORRESPOND ENCE. TI E MAJORITY: OF ;ONE. To the Editor of the Te'egraph. Sir,-Tho sop I threw tu your regular correspondent " Watchdog" a short time ago lad precisely the effect I intended-drew him completely off the trail, and started him after., fiesh game. After gratuitously assuming that if we had.a majority of one we should do certain dirty work, he very naively admits tl ey intend to do it instead of us. I'll take his word for that. I : have said, and I repeat it, that " I do .not conisider one a proper majority,' especially when' the intellect and busipess ability.as councillors are indis- 'Mk putably in the minority." Your regular cor respondent, instead of controvertiangthis state mnent, worries himself into a fiurious onslaught against democracy. He boinds, per saltum, over the municipal aspect of the 'case, and indulges in a violent tirade against me; stigmatising me as a red-hot democratic I tyrant, who would, had I the power, gag the press. -low little lie understands ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OAKLEIGH COURT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 September 1866

OAKLEIG Ti COQURT.I: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, a Befors W. Templeton, Esq., P.M., and R. H.unter, Esq. . ABUSIVE LANGUAGE. Mary Collopy. was fined Is., with Os. costs, for using abusive language to one Mary Agnew, in a public place. A summons tfor a similar offence, at the suit of Mary Ashford against Johanna John ston, was dismissed, both parties having been, in the opinion of the bench,.in fault. CRARGE OF EXCESSIVE TOLL, The collector at'the Oakleigh toll-gate was summoned by a man named Wilson for charging him excessive toll, the complainant contended that a spring cart, for which lie had been charged 9d.; did not come within the class .ot carts for which that charge was payable, and that he should have- been charged 8d: only; but the bench held that the charge. miade was the proper one, and dis missed the. case with'costs. The opening regatta of the Victoria Model Yacht Club took place, last Saturday. after noon, on the lagoon at Sandridge. Tihe iro gramme included three races-one...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FLOWERS OF RHETORIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 September 1866

FLO-VERS OF, R.EvoaiC. --n thd Ulnted States' Cngress,e,-one `of the metnmbrs, Mr. Grinnel, coddncluded with .'this buirst --"No, Mr. Speaker; let its proclaim 'td the world, and let it go orthl, that having cBnquered the rebellion, having subdued the rebl' irmy, we are prepaied to rule this lend anin'make our people tree. And when thlit p ud lald bird "of freedo?l'shall sbar across th land, bearing in his beak the broad banner df b'auty and 'glory,' let all its stars uifohled' to tio he '\w proclaim,. in a language which will ?nak'e thrones and tyrannies trerinble to tlihir'deitre, - This is'i the land of tlie'free!'"' (Applause).

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WARDS FOR THE BOROUGH OF PRAHRAN. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 September 1866

WARDS FUR THE. BOROUGH OF PRAHRAN. T. ol the Editorofiha e Telegrapl. Sir,-rlThe ratepayers in the borough who supported the ward system by signing their names iit, the list of (1ll who, presented a petitidn to the Governor prayinr; that the boroughbe divided into three separate wards, were repulsed, as is well known. by the Glief Secretary giving them the go-bye; under cdver of an alleged want of a pl:an of sub division-which, bliy-the-bye, is n rt, poiutel out in the Act as any pa:t of the duty of the burgesses to t'rnish. Tsie petition. which is now. in course of esgnature, ,liowever, is accompanied with a p~an of subdivision as fair as could. be devised after several meetings of comnmittee upon the labjectP iiail we, have good grounds. to hope that aill whu signed the last. ptition will 'shlacri tho tlis and, il tit m.ny douyerts will 'be.foimd 1'sarig .ut at tof'th recent,prdinary and 'etra'ordi'rpiy ,ielections' Recent events 'greatly tend to. strengthen "the hliend of the pl;...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 September 1866

POL.ICE INTELLIGENCE. 'PRAHRAN COURT. MoNDAY, SEPTEMBER 3.. Before W. Templeton, P.M., J. B. Crews, and H. Clough, Esqs. DRUNKENNESS. Mary Ann Lazarus, charged' with being drunk and disorderly, having been locked up since Saturday morning, was discharged with a reprimand. Sergeant Archibald said that the prisoner left her child in the bedroom of her house in Richmond, whilst she was away in a state of intoxication. LUNACY. Mary Ann Montgomoery, who was charged lust week with assaulting Thomas Lewis, and remanded for medical enquiry, was brought up end discharged. MIZNOR OFFENCE. Nicholas Hill was fined 20s., or four day's imprisonment, for allowing pigs to wander. S~tALL. DEBTS. John' Nolan summoned R. £lworthy for. £5 5s. for goods supplied. Defendant said lie owed only £415s. which he had expressed his willingness to pay. He had been over charged 10s., plaintiff having egrcel to furnish him with a case of brandy for 50., for which lie afterwards claimed 60s. The bench awarded £4 1...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ORDERS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 September 1866

0 EltS OF TIE DAY. Councillo Knipe moved " That th officers and employes connected with the Bo ough Council be prohibited from taking any part, directly or indirectly (cx. cept by votipg), at the election of councillors, under the Penalty of dismissal." In moving this resolution, Councillor Knipe said le did not desire to make a charge against any officer of the borough, but the question was one of Axpedience. It was a well-known fact that the civil servants were deprived from taking part in elections, and he thought it equally desirable that the borough council should adopt a similar course. If the coun c'il thought it necessary thiit he shlould make a charge against any of the borough officials he had no obljection. Councillor Lacey also' thouglht itr undesirable that their officials should take part on either side in electioneering business. iThe person would be sore to feel a pecuniany interest in whichever why the election terminated. For that reason he seconded the motion. Cou...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 September 1866

*"FRIDAo, SEPTEMBERt 7. 'Before the Mayor (WV. Ford, Esq.,) T. Baillie, and E. Sydes, Esqs. John Peebles and Alexander Christie were charged with damaging the public streets by. removing -sand therefrom, and Ambrose Kyte was charged with employing his ser vants to commit the offence. It appeared that in October 1865 Mr. Kyte oblainoedth6. permission of-the borough, surveyor to re move the sand for the purpose of making a carriage way, subject to certain conditions, one of which was that .post and rails were to be replaced on each side of the cutting so as to prevent'accidents. .On Saturday last the foreman of the daymoen employed by the corporation was sent to the Dandenong-road to give the two defendants, Peebles and Christie, notice to discontinue the work. On the following Monday he went there again when theywere still cartingthe stuff awayand refused to leave off until they had seen Mr. Kyte. On the first occasion the excavation was not fenced in. Mr. Kyte said that, immediately...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 September 1866

ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. Before the Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.), T. Baillie, Dr. Van Hemert, and E. Sydes, Esq. MINOR OFFENCES. John Follaid was summoned for allowing offensive matter to flow from certain premises for which he was agent. The inspector of nuisances said lie had visited the premises in question which were situated off Fitzroy street, and they were in such a conditioin as to be prejudicial to the health of the people living in the neighbourhood. He served a notice upon defendant, and since the summons had, been taken out the nuisance liad been abated. The defendant said hlie was only the agent and should not have been proceeded against. There were-tenants in the houses who could have been summoned. Dr. Van Hemert stated that one of his patients died from typhoid fever; lie believed, in conse quence of the state of these yards liThe offensive matter came in the first instance from houses situated in Eton-terrace. Mr. Bradshaw said the Health Committee of the cou...

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 — 8 September 1866

BIRTHS. BARTROP--On the 5th inst., at Captain F. Coape Smith's, Paradop-house, South Yarra, the wife of George F. Bartrop, Esq., of a daughter. CARTER.-On the 2nd inst., at Malvern-lodge,   Malvern, the wife of Godfrey Downes Carter of a son HENRY.-On the 2nd inst., at Malvern, Mrs. Thos. G. Henry, of a daughter.   KIRKBY.-On the 1st inst., at Rosedale, Williams road, Toorak, Mrs. Alfred Kirkley of a son.     WIDGERY.-On the 4th inst., at Carlow-house at Alma-street west, St. Kilda, the wife of Mr Widgery, solicitor, of a son.  

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VERSAZIONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 September 1866

3BY TIE COSTEIIONDiER. ;'" Since I writ my lurst I've bo ae a;lry, a curious sort o' pusson as' uistl?ile'aH o ev with lahnin' like a black kat witi elec1Ar: scirks. ile knows how everiy.thisg; sh'oild be done, thoigh hoe can't 'do noihin" hissdlf.' lie can tell itr to a t hob? tho. Governinent olsugt to s,.aeid' the seventy odd millitons do taxes, but oi cotildn't keep the ledger iin'n pL'Laie'" a shop.l0 lis ul so wnrt a coiiple o' ouRks on hieroism u-and " Love,'" thiiil le an!u't got cruelty enuff in him to drown n k.tte,a u'id:hs for :o'uuenU , he'sus f'ightened o' _Palmyei us if she was a' Guy :'ox;, and keeps .stainintrin' and twitchin'" his long fingers in a. nervous kind. o' way when he's tailiit' to her, like the biggest gaby a ive. ,Natur .o!ght to ha' made him. one, of the ouufter sex, tor he's got all the velvet-hearted ness of luvly womaui, thou,.h hens nearlyhsix. foot high.' Ilut :for. all that he's a. fustrate feller, lonist, and uprite, with a.slite stoop in the -h...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEN'S WAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 September 1866

."MEll 'S WAGES. (inOM THE rNoINEER. c - An Englishman travelling on the' Con tinent is -almost sure to be twitted with that fai?ous importation of '.locomotives from France into England by the Great Eastern. Railway. Continental mechanics do not. perhaps believe, as Mlr. Bovill is reported to have stated thl other night in the House of Commons, that " a portion of some of our manufactures, .such as that of locomotives (!) his. .been transferred to the Continent ;" but ii is.certain that w?e are beginning to import many things we should never have t dretnmed 01 importing a few years ago. Many theories have been adduced to account for these facts. Four our .owns part we think tlit the low rate of wages , liaid in Belgium, France, and Germany is almost a sufficient exphlanation. One or two other minor caises might be cited, but we think that a plain statement of the rate of wages paid in Belgium .will show the principal element of the late success of foreign competition, in the engine...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE BACHELOR DREAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 September 1866

, T'THE lIACHIIELOR DREAIS ': iThe world ti dreoey,'I ant growii?g old, -Wife nor bairn itakes gild my chamber still, The wintry spasobi cometh with its cold,: 1 The henrth;is da k, and the wind without is shrilli Y eael twilighit floams around nec-~hope and powa Depart, like 'seeti anid'colour frui a ftl-or SYet,'whre I nit, sweet music floats to niet -: 'Tis the falling, falling, of a silver shower.. :: S,Around a forest tree! SAi Ir cant I hliarr the scented rain intone ? S an,. I hear' the leaves that stir and eigh ? Or liearI biiit thl moyiotimel anti thle moiu .'Of'btiy'felk tihat huirry darkly by? SNay Il-tor a:white hand lies insmine, sweet eyes Shine on I?e, and.a happy maiden cries ; : Nay Ih for my blood again flows fresh and free, ,To the f aalinigt fulliiF, of the shtiwor that sigths Around'thti forest tree ? Aind can it Ibe so many years ago, '; Since I dlasp'd her, 'ueath the leaves, that summer . ..day? .i Andtwere there words of parting, words of woe ? .Sits shle am...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. Present—The Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.), and Councillors Oldham, Patterson, Peterson, Tullet, and Turner. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 September 1866

MU ICIP L INTELLIGENCE S n. KI D' C'OUNCIL. MioND YBPTEMHR 10. Presen -'The itsyor (w. Ford, Lsq.), andi .Cou cillors lllhan, Pasttesioni , Peterson, Tul'ttt, and ',Turner. I heminutes of the previous' deoting were read 'ad confirmed. CO inniiPONDiNCl. Letters were a i -- .From 'ihomrn Finlnyson, secretary, to the Meelbopr'n and. Ilobson's flay Unlited. Rail way Comlpny;.' requesting,. the council to madke arrangements for ia me'ing of the boroug;h surveyor with the company'sengineer, with thle .view of removing un obstruction to the traffic of.the Glen Huntly-rond ft tihe railway stution, Elsternwick, as. it :might ie necesspry to ianke some .lterations in the preseny level of the road on the west side of the gates. Thie .surveyor repmoted that he had met thecosppany's engineer, who. agreed to lharpthe obstruction removed. SFrotn the lipn. S.. II. Bindon, resigning his sent in the council. : Councillor Peterson Inoveil, :ndl n(oimcillor Oldham seconded, that Courcillor Iinhon's res...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 September 1866

O 101- AlNvD t 42' zs BOARD. This board' held its us al fortnightly meeting on Thursday last, w en Messrs. F. May (chairman), Cunning on, Matthieu, Miller, Wolstenhlolme, Orr, and' Nicholas were present. The minutes ; f the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, a letter was read from, the toll manager of the Heads Gully-road, enclosing a cheque for £13 17s. 9d., being the board's pro portion of the toll on the above road.-A similar letter 'was read from the manager of .the.Oakloigh and the Scotchman's Creek road toll-gates, stating that he had paid the sum of £28 ls. Gd. into the board's bank to their credit, and from the toll managers, of the High-street toll, enclosing the sum of £2 13s. 3d. Received.-From the Gardiner District Board, enclosing rdsolutions bear ing on the removal of the Scotchman Creek road toll, as follows :-1. :That,the Oakleigh and Mulgrave Board pay to this .board the sum of £065 ,before such removal. '2. That the.Oakleigh Board undertake such remov...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LECTURE BY THE REV. G. MACKIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 September 1866

LECTURE DY '11)JIDREV. G. NACKIE. On Friday week .last the Rev. 'George Miackie gve his'secoud' lecture u'pon the Rev M." UBieatk bdi, entiteled " Louis Napoleon, the . estied i? s Mnarch of "tl' ?Vorhld,". tihe slsuje, IcF jng. ".'l'. Personal Reign :of! h Messioh, add the' ustoration of the Jews to Palestine." 'The t lecturer'hIsving : read.. the 7thl chapter of lRevela'io;oissaid that 'in -deal ing with the. subject he shoild no, fbiget that hlie differed with miny respecting the final niode of Lonove'ion. Hle:consider-ed- the opinits gent-rally en:ertained cnuceroing the Iprsoial reign Of Christ. were derogatory' to Chii'tian trairiing; an0d it rwas upon 'the helief .in the perornal appeartance' of the Mssiah that such books as 'that which :he was eabout to review had tlheir foundation. According to the writer Christ is to' reign at Jers.ialcm, aidd by His temporal power the' nations of the earthi are to be converted to God; but he (Mr. Mackie) considered thal tile wdord 'of God...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 September 1866

MEMORANDA.' .!. JMesars. Greig and. Murray to-daly, it hlialf-past! eleven o'clock, will sell by auctipn'ta Qluantity of choice plants,.' &c. t: liandasyje. '??sMillan and Co.'s nursery, Gitrdoers' Creek road; Soth, Yarra. -Messrs. Gemnmell; 'Caul, anild o.,~will offer for sale by nuction, at 12 o'clock on 'Tuesday next, on the premises, Westbury-sroeet, Est St.',.Iilda, the elegant household furniture anld oft?cts of II. Hughes, Esq.-On tho same day, attlireee o'clock, on the premises, Mr. James Evans will offer, two new villa residences in.Osborne-street, ?outh arra. (See advertisements.) ." 'o ( Se We have been favoured with on iinpection of another piece of handiwork intended to,. be shown at the forthcoming Intercolonial Exhibitibd; this time, however,' from the hands of residsnts of Prahran,. the Misses Allen. being. the intend ing exhibitors. The"?rticlq referred, to li in the form, of an oval mirror, frams, in leatip,.work, which is artistically adorned with flowers,...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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SEMPER PARATUS V. WATCHDOG. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 September 1866

SEMPE1 PARATUS V, WATC.ITd D G. T'o thea-Editor of the 7eoegrt ph, . Sir,-As the defeidant. inithis cae I must! decline to proceed farther with:it. Not, be" cause I have :any doiubtas to the strength of my position, or of hy ability to defend it ; but simply because I calinot, and will not; continue a contest I with a corre$pondent who, either wilfully or ignorantly,-I fear the formcr-res6rts to much disreputa le means of bolstering up hip views.e, empor's't letter in your last ,is a digrace to him, an4 I. know that. some of his parJy, Phink so. Its wilful. perversions, unbounded, egotism; and ignorant assumption, of ! inltellecttl superiority-its, spitmfulness, ,vifndictiveness, and all uncharitableress, marks its thiorao either a madman' or a foql. ,Wih uc :I cannot continue; to fight, tany, morel than I would: enter on a bout..of fistcuf's ,ith a sweep, even thougt I, knqw I coiuld thi'?s' him soundly, unlessl ho consqntedi to diyeit himself of his sooty garments ai~ cleicnae him...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA CEMETERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 September 1866

.8 r. KILDA CBEIETElY.L The. ftllowing abstract of the accounts of the St. KEilda Cemetery for t:he. year 1865 have leoyn published in the Governmens. .iECEIPTS. £c P. e.. ,lrlnnre opi the slt of January, 1865 '.. 241. 13 6 Feo? for gravesj, vult, onmets, mom Ients, &o. 677 1 0. S£921 14 r 0 '! I EXPENDITURE' : Salary to sexton ... .. )-".. . 160 0,0 0 Ditto gardener ... ... ... . 104 0 0 ])ilto surbcyor.fo 0( 0 1 Ditto clrk 40 0" 0 Suod y oce"nts.... 3 12' 3 itsrtocl. ... . ...... ... ......2 12 0 Clearing cemetery'' ' '..' 13.;0:';..;;. ' :, 0' 0 ostoage, stationery, .... ry - i; "' 12 i 0 Timtbcr, &tc., 'for pegs ... .c . 7 8 P'ainting iaviliin 7 ' '2 ."0 10' 0 Itllkcase fur:ofilce .::: ... '.:. 3 0 q Btalaocc ii 'bank .... . : ..3,; . .": 1... 3 ,l,11 7 S9:" .4 i. 92' 6 B' Cowmoy, ' lt?n ..G. ,'sERa,. Tustee J. MATaos?., A common oouncilman's lady, paying her daughter a visit at school, and inq.iring what progress she had made in tier education, the governess ans...

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EAST ST. KILDA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 September 1866

EAST ST. KILDA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The adjourned medtingi of the members of the above congregation.wis held last evening in the Orderly-room, Chapel-street. The Rev. A. D. Kininmont presided, and opened the meeting with prayer. Communications were :received from Messrs. M'Culloch and Bailie, excusing their non-attendance, the former gentleman having to attend His Excellency, the Governor' to Sandhurst, and the latter having, iurgent private business to attend to. The CuArniuAN stated that Mr. M'Culloch had given his opinion in favour' of a perma. nent building rather 'than' a tempprary wooden'structure,.and if, themenibers 9fthe congregation would co!'eet the sum of £1,000 he bad' no doubt 'whltever the .further amount whicli might b.e required would be forthcoming. Mr. RoBT. TunnIrLL read a list ofsubscript tions already received, amouinting to:~bout £500, subscribed in slins'varying from £10 to £100. He stated that abput £1,500 wbuld be required for the erection of the building;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 — 15 September 1866

S --Medical. NO MRE BALDNESS. TI1 undersigned beg to notify that they e. vewid w ecivr d d LARGE SUPPLY of- the lew and.. :Stuccessfu tl Remedy for . Baldness. It: has 'now been in use in rSydney about three neeths, aid ia Victoria barely hulf that period; and nlrnandy thire are'numerous authenticated cases'in New houthla Wales, and sonie here, whlere the hair is positively growing luxuriantly where none had been foundl for several years. It is easy of appli cation, and very- little dearer than ordinary pomai "`turn, We woeuld strongly urge all who require its aid to lose no timh, as tie supply is limited. . e?rre of imltions, no none is genuine unless bedr tag the sigilliuro of ED, IIY. O'NIILL onl the wppper of each haottle. .To be obtained froia all respootable druggists an p erfuners. '-fl:OOD and CO., 100 Elizabeot-street, Agents for Victoria and Tasmania; AGENTS. Si. li da ... ... P. E. Mathews : Eerald Hill ... ... F. C. Lamb Phran ... F, A. White.. Consumption, Diseases of t...

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