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ORATION BY THE REV. WM. REES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 February 1866

ORATION BY TIJEREV. WM. REES. . On bThrsday otenmg the Reo. Win. Rees, of Sydny delifered an oration in the Town . hall,. aPtitnu, upon " Waller, Hopkin, and Burns'" -forthe benefit of a new Welsh Churc (n'i-Melbourne. In thp absence of Sthe mayor (J. Snowball, Esq., M.L.A.,) who , was to have presided, the Rev. D. Rees was elected chairman, oni the motion of the Rev. 4, Mackie. The chairman remarked that it Sappeared to him that his countryman (the SRev. W. Rees) must have made some mis take in the means he had taken to give pub licity to thie entertainment, as the attendance was so emall. He had been absent from ome, and did not know that tlie oration wvas to be delivered till that morning, when he * c ahd read a notice of it in the newspaper. The Rev. W. REBs said that there was a great similarity in the character and intel lectual acquirements of Waller, Hopkin, and Burns, and, they all three composed songs, chiefly upon Woman. Waller was born rich, and his mother was a sister o...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. ST. KILDA V. ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 February 1866

CRICKET. ST. KII.,A v. ESSENDN, ' The St. Kilda club sept an eleven to Essendon last Saturday, where they achieved an easy victory over the local team, making 100 runs to their opponents' 34. Messrs. J,. Campbell and Williams distinguished them selves with the hat for. the. winners, and M~sars. Donaloo and Stubbs in: the field. The play of the Essendon team v?ts very inferior, The score: Pew, b.Willigma '... . 7 M'Cracken, b Osborne ... ... 2 W. Madden, b Williams .... . .,: O M'Cully, bOsborna ... .. ...... a Williams, b Williams... :... o 0 0. Williams, c Campbell, b Williams' 8 Puckle, b Osborne ... . ...: Cumming, b Osborne . ... ... 1 Stephens, b Osborna .. . ~ .: , 3. J. Madden, b Osborne 0 ...". F. Madden, not out ... .... Byes, 3; leg-bye, 1; no'balls, '... 7 'fatal ..' .....; . .. a4 Sv. KI.LD4." J. Don o, 11Cully. ...1 Patteson, b Stephens . D. Campbell, c Puckle, b Steh?is: ipe i '? 0' Wright, b Stephens .;.. . Oaborne, run out "..""..' ~ ?0 3. Campbell, b 'Crackae , .., ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ASSAULT ON A JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 February 1866

ASSAULT ON A JUDGE. The following account of an assault upon Judge Skinner wilP be read with interest • by many in Prahran; where the person who com mitted it is pretty well known. It is ex tracted from the Bendito Advertiser : "Asn occurrence of an extraordinary and disgraceful character took place, on Friday, in our most publio thoroughfare-an assault on Judge Skinner by Mr. James fea, a clerk in the office of Mr. Wrixon, an attorney of this town. Recently Mr. Rea wrote a letter to our morning contemporary assailing the judge. Yesterday morning,. at about half. past eleven o'clock, his Honour the judge ad journed the county court until next Thursday morning, at ten oclock. Immediately after the adjournment,. Mr. Rea rose to make an application to his Honour in the case of Wrixon v. Coleman, when his Honour said he declined to hear any application made bf Mzr: Rea, and it was onlyn matter of courtesy that attorneys' clerks were allowed to address the bench at all. Mr., Rfea answere...

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 — 17 February 1866

SDress aned Fashinn; "E[labit and Brech, I. aker. - s ETS . '. E 1O1J I ?:. ,hu "l . . , iA P . f:. ,ý .i i *, -t ., ts limen, anPthe , To rous frit t t .......* t LA R +. #°: . ... ' -- ' " i l orgati otoq l in lelbotrp. " ..a Boj t . , ' l'+ ie lrgpot sto in eb rr 1o vpr ccpt. allowed o,-t pipr.0ls over £5. S GEORGE' ORAIB. . , : s.-II . '. f,, . . . . 65 and 67 3OURKE S'}' EET EAST, .: Ti pr Te tro Ioyal. ; 2; ," RKE STRIEE tSTo )tpa (.? tho Stiil nitt, n oth .) .o " Th I-. . 11" i ' Bto tre that you'll view, ':A-: ? ty ;k=nb> Lip why I fe PR ' oper,, cept. allowed, nd TrIn they'rels , tooe . (35 . d' 67'cBO estin Sall A ;trala " :.h ladis itere themelv c suit, i :Wi l airentle STREE ~oT oo eTo fi I justlk.? g the't Mt " " aAn 'if ' the su e. bYt hy moot, ' Ei e,., lel .t "t, c .i Slipters s tron S ºand stou , , nt' I ath ehoesfrprg i all or, out "'t, .t Or. B oits thei lole tht wateri oi . +"ab i .Clio So e wiset, anl when you'd Itbuy Ai once to iM, lins y-ooimus1t Iho , . Wi...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE POOR-LAW BOGY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 February 1866

THE POOR-LAW BOGY. It is nrot in childhood alone that we are frightened by old bogies. With the casting away of (( hildish things" we do not always rid ourselves of childish fears and follies. Oui esoape from the nursery; and the terors of its mythical Old Scroggins, is only to encounter through the seven ages of existence a succession of bogies to terrify our nerves and work upon our fears. These disturbing influences are frequently very ridiculous when we can summon up courage' to look them boldly in the face. They are then usually found to be as harmless as was the snow-covered' guide-post which the terrified country lout took for a ghost with o.utspread arms ready to. embrace him if he ventured within their reach. It is therefore well when these bogies do start up in our midst for those who have their wits about them to bring into close contact with the object of their terror such as they have succeeded in holding in thrall.. We have'ourselves, been the unwitting cause of recent...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 February 1866

iST.l k14LD A "T).t T. "'.ti . :TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 138.' .: I' Befortetio Mayoi (WV Ford Es4.); and lI ' Tillatt, and M. PtstterbnEsqb ' . MIionR orrBNCESc 1 ugh Robertson 'wis fined;2s. for allowing the Ya .Yeanii water .to.run to waste.- -Johnl 'Hlanlan, a cardriver, wasi fined 2s. 6d. for plying for hire off the"proidr stand. i-Mary Foley ljarged, 4oh Foly with ?in assault, bt theos was wtlirawn. . ,.SMALL DEBTS. - .i.. W. Nixon v, Samuel Arinstiong. ::Labour, £1I s. 6d. Plaintiff siit? hd was emnployed1 by defeiidant to screen gravel: for?which he' was to have 3s. a day. lie hiad worked seventeen days and. hadireceived £1 Os. Gd. en account. £1 -ls:' 6d. was therefore still osing to him. Defend'ant stated, that he owed plaiutiff 6s.. for day oirk.,ariid that the gravel was screened for a man ,named Forstedr The hearing. of the c se was postponed till' Friday for the productibn of furtlipr'e.idende., -rJames Beagley y. Patrick Fnhe. D"' pasturmng cows 19s. 1s o;appeanrancefor de f...

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 — 17 February 1866

Hotels, BreW:.eries, : , cc n JOHN GRIFFIN, Proprietor. no ___pel_____ Pr__ira Suburban Rlailway Hoie,' GAltDERS CREEK ROAD.tt; HNADAM SMITIIN , Proprietor. The LIVERY and .BAIT :STABLES now occui pied by Mr. Adam Smith, late G. Brown, are dpen [or inspection. " Firstrate ?.nse stables and loose boxes for hunters. Carriages for wedding partics, single and double buggies and saddle horses for hlire at timhe shortest notice. Little Jack hIorner lives at the corner, Chapel-street and the Brighton-rend Ilgh; For Wines, Braldy, or Rum, you'll find if you come, That th!e qanlity 's worth a Jew's eye. G~OSVENOR ARMS, Adt Brighton Half-way House, St. Kilda-road, near Balaclava Station;by HENRY RB. TIARWOOD," Of the Melbourne TIheatres. N.B.-An excelleut Cricret Grrund, close fenced, or private matches, or holiday parties. Quoits, ,agatelle, &c. ItE BUNCH OF GRAPES, COLOQNIAL WINE COMPANY, o SWANSTON ST. and.'it BOUIIE ST. Opposite .thc.Theetre Royal. . Thie propri? roof. the above c...

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 — 17 February 1866

MEMORANDA. An entertainment of a novel character, in aid cf the South Tarra 'Presbyteriaqi Schools, will be given in the Prnbr.a To.wi-hall, next TIhursday evncring, by the pupils, assisted by the Rov. G. flackie, and several ladies and gentlemon. Tho Rvc. J. W. Ilglis will preside.i The programme will include readings, recitations, dialogues, gleos, songs, &e. We have no doubt that, from the well-knawsn ability of those announced toitake part in the proceedings, a very rational andi enjoyable evening's entertainment irill be the result of their efforts to please. To-morrow (Sunday) evening, at alnf-past six o'clock, Mr. Webb will preach in the Christian AMecting-house, Chappl-streeot, Frahran, on " A Hearty Welcome.." N?a that the erection of the permanent builditig for the Deaf and Dpnmb InsUitution is egmnncoed, ttie committee earnestly appeal to the public to aid them in raising the needed fimds. The contradt. which has been entered into amounts to £5,500; towards which ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 February 1866

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. P. RAU URAN CGQEITll'r, / .:.. ,'I' MONDAY; FEIlUARY 1. :'1 . 2 Befot~ W. Templet6n, :P. : and J. .. Cr6ws, - : Esqe. . : "":', ;,' . SMALL DEBTS...:.., .' -. ,..B. .Bttohr v.- CQharles :Neck,, .Goode, £18 Is. ,d. .Ndo appearance; fpr defendant, Postponed ;till.: Monday,-Jacah Vindes. .,. Thomas Conquest. ;.. .Goods, £1 Is, Id.- !No appearance lor defendant, Amount, awvarded, with 6s. costs--Same v. .Mary Annae. White. Goods, £1: 14s. 9d. No appearance for de tfendant. i Amount awarded, .with 5s, costs Same v.' John Margette, Goods,. 14s. No appearance for defendant .,Amnount awarded, with::5s. costs.--G,'Brown v. F. Hodgson.. Eeeding and taking care of two horses, £10 16s. -.No appearancefor defendant. Amount awarded, with Os. costs. : . ; ILLEGAL .ETENTION OF :PROPEnT... James. Short: summoned' Charles Weeks for illegally detaining property,: valiei at 7s. 6d. Plaintiff. said ,a saw .wus given tq him' by. lr..i'sdeq to. be repaired,. Heitook it to defendn.ns t...

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 — 17 February 1866

Business Directory. - MEDICAL. A. F. White, Chemist and Druggist, (the post oTfcel Chapel street, Prahran. sTOtIEKEE,'EOS, GROCERS, &C. J. Gummer, Wholesale and Retail Grocer, Chapel street, opposite Ullion-street, Proahran. E. Rule, Grocer and Provision Dealer, corner of High and Chapel streets, Prahran. PAINTERS, PLUIMBERS, &C. E. Roberts, Sign, Coach, and Ornamental Painter opposite Saw Mills, Chapel-street, Prahran. William Hague, Plumber, Tinsmith, and Gasfitter, text to the churchof England School House, Chapel ytrcet,ralhran. Charles Gallop, Coachmaker and Wheelwright in general, Horseshoer, &e., Chapel-street, near Gardiner's Creek-road, Prahran. MISCELLANEOUS. Samuel Levitt, Watchmaker,Jeweller, and Silver smith, Ughll-street, St. KiHla. E. Lowe. House, Land, and Estate Agent, Union street, Windsor. Ross, Bookseller, Stationer, &c., Chapel-street, Prahran, opposite Town-hall. J, Romanis Funerail Undertaker, Chapel-street Prahran, and Gardiner...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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[?] OF PARLIAMENT. [?] M[?]Y. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 February 1866

/1H * C)^0' .ARL-IA fENT. p*-' .: . * .'; , ifth Victoria Parliament :y. : '. i'n . ', . in tile Logielntiveo m. ....'.'mber. .r . F. Palmer, the President *''. ?-Jnro#. Tio . gistionerp appointedl by lhi, / tii Geo it 1to open Pnrjiliiielt-,tli.eir the Ctiacft e and Sir ^oidmond Barry ntroulucotf I. .ftly before iwelve by the S'..,.;Mr. Le Srauii They tonk their seats on : d.- '.eoftile' hetre, i. t's chai--the Chi ef Justice .' .J'.;righit, ancil Si: i.idmoud Barry on tle left. o.'' .' »erc then prd s :.o Messrs. Turnhull, Frnser, "':' ;'' , Lowe, Pu1, ,II, Hull, lyilkie, Bettett, ; Cil t ne Mr. hliller, The latter gentle mwan' ,'ok hii ee-t it the representative of the Government. t he ''i rkt thc rlleael the proUlemn tion f.. tthe euc : '" of Parlh ient. The Uoeipr tien, , .therequaat the Chief Justice, conveyed a messnge to thic emnthers of the Tcgislative As semild, asking ith i attendance In tlie Council Chiimber... r a fi. ninutes, the imembers of the Aiisiiubly nppegred at ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 February 1866

OAKLJEIGH AND MULGRAVE BOARD. SThis board held its usualnmeting on This day last, when Messrs. E. May (elairman), Dewir, Wolstp?honlme, Miller Orr Matthieu, Hall,.and Corqell were present. ,Tha.minutes of the previous meeting hyiing, been reiqd aiid confirmed, "a letter ,was read friom the Registrar-General's Office, requesting tq bia suplied wvitli vqrious statistics, of tlie dstrict. .Odeed to be complied with.-From the manager of the High-street and Scotchman's Creeck-road tolls, statinig thiat he had paid in 'to the National Banhk, P Brahiahn, to te li board's credit, their proportioni of the toll proceeds Received .-From the lessee of ith' Oakleigli toll-gate, intformilig the board that he wias willinig to thke the toll for aniotheir two months at tlie preesent rate. The clerk was .oirdered to eply. that..haii o ffei..Was accdeptld.--A lirtter frm the toll keeper of the .above gate comiplaiined, that evasion was carried on'through persons passing over ,Corbish's and AlMironey's...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ORIGIN OF THE ROUND ROBIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 February 1866

" ORIGIN OF THE ROUND ROnIN.-It Was customary among the ancients to write names, whether of Gods or of their firionds, in a circle, that none might take offence at seeing another's name preferred to his own. The Cordelieres paid thoe same attention to delicacy; and when the pope demanded the names of some priests of their order, that one might be raised to the purple, they sent those names written circularly, that they might not seem to recommend one more than another. Sailors are the only people that preserve this ancient custom in its purity ; for when any remonstrance is on foot, they sign it in a circle, and call it a round robin.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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FIRE INQUEST AT ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 February 1866

PIRE I QUEST1 AT: ST. KILL)A. A. Au.iniiry into: thei originpof; fire by wvhioh,? th premisas .accupiod by. FPobert Seoutlgateiq:l? bricklayer,. in. Carlisle-street, St. Kild,.h ore destroyed, was held' on Friday, tho .th inst., befoir .Dr. Chandler, and adr jouined till the following Tuesd'y., : .John. Ieardon,. a ..onstable, said that on the B1lst of. :Jnuary l e ,obsprved .that, the cottage ,il question, ;belonging" to Mr. B. Williams,, w?s" on fiue. He arrived, on,.the spot ftromn five; to teo minutes after thel time when hoe first saw th flames:. ..,RobertSouthgate stated that he rented ,the cottage firpm Mr. Wiliams, but lhad not lived these for, some .time,. tie ..windows,,l having .been ",s~etsled. by Mlrs. Fitch., There ihad .been.no fire lighted in thei building by limd self or family, for a week beiore the confla gratipu.ntcurred. Mrs. Fitch.hnad een.sum moned for. tle dam~nge, done tothe cttage, and fine'i £3l 1l5s.,. wth l 5s. costs. ?rancis Pitch, foreman of the daymen...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 February 1866

Before the Mayor (W. rod Eo i ,q), ant. MINOR OFFENChiS "' A boy named Jseph Taylor .wasc hir ed by G.PFi Ruis with bntin eli fio his? 'ed service 'e?TMh dofnc tt. prefe red sent to" pri Od"Ontht coitio' a discharged) :,r . :: : :: i'r " Amos "Ford land tAiexpiiper,,.CDolhluitn, weet each fined: 2f for'allain¢g. their hotes o waiwtder " h i : ?; ? E ieanuoelKing iiasohargedA with vi , ing, htibd a firb:lightqd:in:hieas.ardAMr Bradi?. said that on the 9th inst. ad.iorit4house., was ignited end destroyed i by- sparks "r A eA1i fire; and expenses. to the?:amount of £2313s. incurred. by itlheifire brigade;; I'f ileaney had beensubpienaed to: giv.e,evideniie,. but was not present, iand heBthereforei asked, that a warrant might isue. to compel his attend ance. A warrant:'or hisi apprbhensioni was ordered d.to issue, sind the :case: was/ postponed, till:'nueoday. ,Heaney' havingfisubsequently made hijs appearance, waiboeuid aver. i' Jis own recognizances. to attend ithe court on that dayV;...

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A HOUSE WITHOUT A BABY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 February 1866

A HoU?s WITH?OIT' A BABY.- There was not a child in the house-not one. I was sure of it when I first went in. Such a speck and span look it bad ! Chairs, grown-up chairs, plastered straight up against the wall; books arranged by rule and compass; no dear little careless finger marks on furniture, doors, or window-glass, no hoop, or doll, or ball, or mitten, or basket, or picture-book, on the premises; not a pin or a shred on the angles and squares qf the immacuiate carpet; the tassels of the xindow shades, at which baby fingers always make a dead set, as fresh as if just come from the upholsterer's. I sat down at the well-polished window, I looked across the street. At the upper window of a wooden house opposite, I saw a little bold baby, tied into a high chair, speeulating upon the panorama in the. street, while its little fat hands frantically essayed to get hold of distant pedestrians on the other. side. Iras mother sat diligently sewing by the other side. Happy womap:! she has a...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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TEST OF ILL-NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 February 1866

I cnTonflNua.-Tihe:iratepaiE of, }"iqoys~prpoi ..whioh an ill-natured maa'exa ,mknoesis1thoi:st bf bankrupts.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 February 1866

T HEATRE R 0 Y A I. Sole lessee and manager - Mr. IIoskins. Benefit of Mr. Walter Sherwin.. *THIIIS EVENING, SATURDAY, TElIRUARY 17, The cntlrtainmen.'s will commence with T HIE D 0 W A G E R. To be followed by a GRA N D CO N CER T. Tu conclude with A-G R A N D BA L LET. iAY M A R KIE T 'THEATRE Solo Lessee, Mr. IHoskins. Re-Engagemeist of Er. COPPIN. THIS EVENING, SATURDAY, FEB. 17, The entertainiments will commenge wilh P A U L P R 'Y. To be follbwed'by the coic interlude of P.P., OR TI-TE MAN & THE TIGER. To conclude with the screaming farce of COLLEEN BAWN SErTLED AT LAST. PRINCESS'S THEATRE S Lesasee and Manager, James Simuionds. THIS EVENING, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, Tieentertainmer.ts will comm nce with the drama entitled the HOUSE OQN THE BRIDGE. To conclude wilthl thIe Fairy Extravangze of . THE FAIR ONE WITH THE GOLDEN LOOKS. SOUTII YARRA PRESBYTERIAN. SCHOOLS. A POPULAR ELOCUTIONARY EN 1" TERTAINMENT will be given by the PUPILS Of the above schools in the TOWN HALL,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 February 1866

) luctioneers, EsLate Agents, &c. St!OREWS, and CO., S:E.- .• '-'iHOUSE AND LAND A... ' ' AGENTS, ....:Chapel Street, Prahran. ''. :'.or the Victorian Insurance Compan.aies.) ..ENCY OFFIC0ES ' ' ng and S.ling Houses and Land, II.',fi YA RA AND ITS VICINITIES SNOW OPIroTE Ts E C AH.WAE STATION, DINER'S CREEK ROAD. S-aor, Estate Agent, and Valuator.--Loans Negotiated. Agent for the Australasfan Fire ana Life Insurance Company.. . WILLIAM GROVE, .gtuttioneer, VALUA'tpR, AND GENERAL AGENT, ST. KIL^. AUCTION MAR,T, ': - -ri'-cT:IO3T," BEGS "to give niotice 'that his large and corn Smodious premises in Barkly-street, Junction, St. Kiida, is now open for the reception of Funniture acd General Merchandise, either for sale by public auction or private contract. Parties removing desirousof. selling. thelir Fur niture or other property either by.public auction or private sale will find .moderate .charges com blned with despatch in rendering account sales. Cash advances made upon proper...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POST-OFFICE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 17 February 1866

POS¶T-OFFIOE NOTICES. Post Ton. Dally Depnrurem I Daily rArrivuls 0T Malils. of 1als. PIrahrau ...... 6115, 9.30 n.m; 3'8.35 n.m.; 12.35, 1.. 430 p.m. 435 p.m. South ,arra.. Gi3(0, .5 1 .m. 8.20 no..; 12.20 S 3.15, 4.45 p.m. 4.20 p.m. t. Kli'tda...... 6.15, 0.40 an.m; .30 n.q.; 13.18, 3.10, 4.30 p.m. I p.18 p.m. Toorak......... 6.15a.m.; 2.45p.m. 8..5.m.; 4.30p.m Gardiner..... 215 p.m.... ....15 a.m. Onkleigh ...... 4.30 a.m. ...16 p.m. Brightno ...... S.m., 2.10 p.mn...?0.20a.ml; 4.50 p.m ,, (South) 1.20. p.m.... ....55 n.m. ,, (Emt).. 1:55 p.m .... ..40 n.d. Caulld . .......2m. .1 " ??

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