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GARDINER DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

A pRiDINER DISTRICI JOARD. ..i Tli e usul ,meeting of thisi?'btrd wias held oni 'Wednesday last, whenii Mehsrsr'"R. ' 0.' Beionn (chliairman), Alwiy, lIeyiiry Middle tdri,o Woodinasonl; and Carter were ',present.' Tihe mninutes" of" the 'previous nineting havinr been read anid confirmed, a lelter was-renda Sfrord the Glenebl idiid Diiiundas Slire ..Councils, request.in"' the board to' use 'its infludice in p:isving a bill through Parliamenit' hairiiig for i-s olject thie graniri'g to 'eaicli' local body without limititiari of tme 'the full endowment of £' foir .every £1 of rates (ndo in exce'dsof one shiillina in the pound)-colleted' eoih yeiri by specli b.dly, as'unless th:s or al rdie liberal measure' be 4dopted, it wirould be impossible, with the large aimount of territdirya~s'is dider .the' isuip'rvicion '.ot siire ecouncii br' road, Sbboirds, ever tois'makethE m'inii' 6fcoiinminni. catilvi':'a is. iecessary for th'e progrbisshitti'I pros)mLrity:of'the country.' :[t'swns dediiid...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADVICE TO AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

D'.. ADVCE TO AUSTrIA; Would Auptriia but Vnethieyzitd, :qu,,She'd gnlz a friend to backli ; h : ir Thun ;rusa,neizgic.in the field, i: Would never.dare attack her. ."What can't'b& kept long, Kaibel, cede ;' 'To Italy the sunny. Tlohen toke IlnGormany the lead ...hpt?'s cIlJud tho " hegemony. ''?'

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 PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 1. Present—The Mayor (G. Young. Esq ), and Councillors White, Brown, Widdicombe, Crews, Vail, Lacey, Knipe, and Ogg. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

MUNICI AL INTIELLIGENC SPRA HRAN ClOUNCIL. ,lNDAy, OCIOBER 1. Present-Thie Mayor (G. Young, Esq), on Councillord White, Beown, Widdicombo Ciews, Vail, Lacey, Knipe, and Ogg. On tile minutes beieg read, Councillor Vail ohjectel to an expression used by Councillor White not lhaving been entered< tierein. At the last meeting a letter was I read from the secretary to the Mechanics' Institute, asking thr tile 'use of the Town-; Iall fir an entertainment, and Councilloir White hadl observell that if the hall were granted without a gunrantee tie m.oney spent in decorations on it would he simply" squander ing the borough findls." , Councillor Ogg said Councillor Veil should have had the words takenilown at the time they were used. He certainly understood that ithe expression ob io~ctel to lhad been withdrawe. Conncillor Vail moved: tlhat the words be insertedi Councillor Crews considered that it would be better to let ~he matter. drop. He thought that if unguarded expresions were...

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 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

87- 7.xIsa ,a4 ,aoywr TUESDAY, SEPTEMDBR 18, Beforoi the Mayor (W. :Ford, Esq.);. andt T. Baillie,Esq. Catherine. Henderson, Mary Anne?Aul ?-?' and Lydia Boseley, were charged byihi'I4 .. bald and?dJlia Stewart withe usin ai.s?ve if mnd insulting language. Mr Fqjli~rtih for plaintifhs, and Mr, F. Stephen for ddefidants. Arohiadli Stle rart. said tht oba Friday last lfterstlie bhsiness of the coulrt wasconcldled, Mri.hHediderson: said this family were "a parcel of thieves,' ni-d.as he was walking up Barkly-itreet on: his wiey:hoine eaccompaniedul by. his::wife and' daughter, the defandants : c?alled onct'"-Wholstole tlie wood'?'" Othei: insulting,:expressiose :. were ,also used, andl Mra. Bosbley. said liis mondy m?ight,'have been spent in aebetter wav than upon lawiyers. Mri.: Stewart made a statemefrit sitnilar to that of her hushind:aeid: Dora Stewart and Mr.:i Scott were balled to :oerbohrate' her etideno; . Mr. Stephen iaid there was no proof that any of ,the remarki? madoe were...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

SFttni*, SEEaisM ..i Before Massr.. ?'lloUett and Patterson, J.P's, Wvillinm Qtvi4 Price: ws brought:upon warrant fromm LaceoId;' carged withusing abusive and th te i ~ii lengei"e ttf Mr. Morris, 3 ' Cnrti W;': sai.id ha a heard the prisoner st.te that *he. wouJd lay in vai - for Morris andabreak h ishead. - Mr.i Morria »ail hewais-not positively in fear ofhian although he might endeavour to garry o? his tchreat: ''he prisoher Siid lie had made th- remark .sply casually to the witness, but lie liadjot tbe slihltest intention oaf carrying' it t. 'lThe beIch emanded the prisoner, 'and isniissud bim. ! suprIJJLDEOTS. Jdhri~ Ellis: c. Dav~id Prf~dB. Wai n labohr, £0. 8s?. Amduint aeard:d, with 3s. bld. cost!--Fradcies ~I ter v. I. atherine Geiifnl ' W abrk -aiid .lhbui, E?£l' -'T "he casekves dishiid, neane as a ti Mon eseraie4 byI'r. Buivwiight, defndi? t's ;tto~i'y ' bhs th :'plaintlff h to hav sueid in 'eL.· .hns ahid'i name.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

ST. KILDA COUR.T. 'l'vUEsDATr, OeTORER 2; Before the Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.), and T. Baillie, Esq. LARCENY. Richard Teague, a hawker, was charged with stealng fowls. The prisonuer was arrested by Constetble MI'Guire in the middle of the night when he had two spangled fowls in his possession. He said he had purchased tile birds, and was remanded till Friday for thle production oft.further evidence, the bench consenting to accept as hail his aoa recog nizances of £20.. tinoa OFFENCEs. W. Owston, Samuel Jones, and Edward Sydes, were charged with allowing offensive matter to flow from certain premises at the rea of DaXlgetty-street. Ir. Bradshaw said the council merely required that temporary measures should. be adopted by the defendaits to abate the nuisances. Application had been made to the committee of msnagemset of the Wesleyan School for permission to make a covered drain througrh their property into Fitzroy-street, and it had been determined by. the council to make the owners of.th...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

.. .. M'.,Gi.eCeRllaneou SS.. .. 'A 2CROSS, Upholsterer, an- Nattresa an?4' P liu" S" : .. atifaettir ..r.. ., NEXT CAIiCOLsCciuiiII Tile Trade'suppliot witlt IPa'lansses nod all dsrip 5R. G E?ORGE AVELE, , oicitor," Attorney, rtoi trf ' r tte T'n haiSr s e'lE, t'RAhnr . :-iNGRAVINGS, "from " asd' Borlenher' l Pt: Fictures Horse :'Fair, Mornlii g Ilighlands aouricairoe. Hickeyiangent, !Gambart', Ilouirl. street;:.. i'RITH'S 1pTcY IR E ] lDyIR DAY. '-StIBSCIB L'S C II'IES NOmW ItADY J.I?Iiko , .olengnt, 220 Ddnikrust.r?eet it'. PICITURl FRAMES,* 'Gold,. and Fanc I :Wool, to ordier..Pran ie rd-gilt.' Lbwest prices IIickey, 220 Bourko-stret' eiset. ' i:.. N ,." .?: T "'For . . , . . :..: ,:. " FIVE SHILLINGS.,::., .- -.. ..H..OSKINS AND SIMLMONDS' , GRAND DRAMATIC- ,A.RT IUNI. O :;:' I PRESlENT.TIO"' TWO, :o THOUSAND ~'OUNDS*'(£0) ;'.! S Worthi"of:;c 1 ORIOINAL OILPALNTINGS.. ' ''. ...A . :.. . A"' .... . 'W.ATEVR-COLOUIR ~DIAWINS ' :.[ : ' (The works of coldaialartiitsl), :I :. 'i . ....

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 — 22 September 1866

TOLL OWai' PILLS naid O1NTSINT. -BuillioWintrSs DpYrpeprnia.-''herr is no urynioi in tlhe hruini body Sn linhle-to-derangem~u as {u helivr; Fod, ftiFg Elhtrce, and-anxisety, ltl dirorler' its. actio, lanid renllders its.secrerotonl .lr bile -miore or Iesb. dr prayi.d . uperabundani,or scant y. Iy 'ho first syilp tons should re.eive a'nrrIn!en. A pain in tlie side or top if the .bhiuli?s , hairsh clgh iand difilidlty pf brertaling, ore ninas of liyor daistre, wlhich ore eCliived wiihiclt dilm0, by hIolnowa)'a intstiimable Iiiimeit. Tl.e itnli suhqull iloto be tnkes early. For all diennses nof this vital organ, tle action of these cojoin,.d rentdios is a specifid by cherckiig 00e 0ver supply of hbil, 'rfgulq~inrgits .ecretliio anid SIyVig Servtus tone. I .. ..

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GARDINER DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

. GARDINER DISQRIGT, 'lOBD. The usuil meeting of this .jid tiG .a's held on Wednesday last, when Msdssri.:R. G. Benson (chairman), Alway, and:Woodiasoen were present... The. minutes of the previous. meeting having, been renda?d cdnfirmed, a : letter was read from the Oakleigh amnd Mul-: grave Boaard~ declining to:accede:to the con ditions imposed by the Gardiner IBoard relative. t the removal of. Scotchman's Creeliroad toll-ga.te. Received.-From tho e Chicf Secretary's Offlice, stating the timie for the reception of a deputation on the spbject. of tihe erection ofa lock-up and an additional policemlan for the dist;ri?ct. The chairman . reported that the result of the deputation was that an eitra policeman would be granted.-From the .Towsn Clerk, Prahran, acknowledging receipt' of the board's letter,. declining t·o expond the sum of £40O on the ' Boundary-road, and, iu reply,. reminding them that they had already agr?eod.to lay out the money and thel only question was in what part of...

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 — 22 September 1866

Business Directory. MEDICAL. - A. W hite, Chemist and Druggist, (the post omce Chapcl street, Prahran. TOREKEEPERS, ofOCERs, &C. J. Gummer, Wholesale and Retail Grocer, Chapel street, opposite Unlon-street, Prahran. E. Rule, Grocer and Provision Dealet, corner of Iigh and Chapel streets, Prahran. stISCwLANEOUS. Samuel Levitt, Watchmnker, Jeweller, and Sdver smith, H'gh-street, St. KiIla hoss, Bqokseller. Stationer, &c., Chapel-street. prahran, qpposite Town-hall. J, Romansi Funeral Undertaker, Chapel-street pra'lran, apd Gardiner's Creek-road South Yarra. Charles Gallop, Coachmaker and Wheelwright in general, Iorseshoer. &c., Chapel-street, near Gardiner's Creek-road, Prahran. William a{igue, Plumber, Tinsmithl,. and Gasfitter. next to the church of England School House, Chapel etreet,Prahran. Banks. THE NA.TIONAL BANK OF AUS TRALASIA. PRAHIRAN. BRANCH,. Chapsl Street. Paid.up Capital ... ... £540,000 Reserve Fund... ,,, ,... .130,000 The following rates of I...

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 — 22 September 1866

MEMORANDA. There was a hitch in the nomination of Mr. John ston for thie St. Kilda Council, which nearly proved fatal. His nomination paper was signed only by tihe legal number of ten burgesses-and of these one was "James" Bell, whereas the name appeared on the ratepayers roll as "John" Bell. At first the re turniang of8lccr refused to accept the paper, as, leaving the erroneous name out, there was one signaturo lees than the act requires. Ultimately, however, it was determined to accept the nomination. Should Mr. Johnston be elected, it will be open to either of the defeated candidates, or to any elector to, call in question his election on the ground that he was not legally nominated. Lists of voters for the St. KildasElectornl District of the Legislative Council and Assembly are now in the hands of the registrars for St. Kilds and Prahran, and may be inspected by any person interested therein. The usual monthly meeting of tile South Suburban Hurticultural Society will be held in ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

MIedical 'NO MORE 3BALDNESS. THE untderigned beg to notify tt they Ihave now received a LARGE SUPIY.t of the liew asnd Successfiul Remedy for 3aldness It has now, Iesn in use in Sydney aloot three mosths, andl in Victoria bnrely half thet pleridal; and alreadly tlhere are numerous nuthetiren lted cases in New Smorth Wales, and some here, wherre the alir is positively growinra luxuriantly where gnoc had Ireen found for several years. It is easy of appli ratiol, and very little dearer than ordinary plaia LtuinI. We wouli-strIonigly urge all who requir0 its id to Iose no tim', as the supply is limited. * B·ware of iiotations, as nonce is eeuPsir unless bearilng tile signluire of ED). IIY. O'NEIILL on the wrlapper of ercl bottle. To Ie ohtailed from all respectable druggists an . pr fulners. II00D anl CO.,. 100 Elianbeth-street, Ageclnts for Victoria iad Tasmania. AGENTS. St. iiltla ... ... EP.E. na'thqwa ]Ferahl Il ... F. C. Lnamb P'nrraran .. ... F. A. White. Connsumption, Diseases of...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOMETHING MORE ABOUT OUR EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

SOMETHING MlORE ABOUT OUR EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM. Education has such an important influence upon the formation of national character, and is so closely bound up with a people's happiness and prosperity that any move ment made by Government in connexion with tihe subject cannot be too closely scrutinized. The favour with which the people f this colony have hitherto regarded Sschools established under Government Ssupervision must not be misinterpreted. In Sconceding that it is the duty of the state to ;use every exertion to promote education -and to give elementary instruction to thie Schildren of thlose who are unable to pay fo, Sit, we have not admitted the right of ths Icivil power to assume the absolute censor ,ship of the education of our youth. Ths bsuccess of the Government educational Ssystem is mainly attributable to thie fact - that while the state has contributed liberally 3 towards thie support of schools it has lef them comparatively free from -any con tralising power. Thus i...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

.?" -- - ---.'". 1··· .,:. .? ·.. GENERAL .NEWSW - .The returns for'th Si?: tiih.'iPrihcei:dlctioi e riot qiite all to hliand when w: e o 'dnt': to press, it so .srsdr'eceivd itii iily vI Mi Sherewi a mii'mjoty t' 87 v;oth 'bv?ir?'Mi; Cbie; It is not thouliht ithe r?tins yet to coels will.alter, :tlhiugh tlihey may v"i ihis result. - Tresl. claim of ' mem ers of . h io t elboirpe Clb to be pIlaced bn the citizens, list fir Lntrobe Ward-wiers heard srih Lsuisddsy, anid admitted. ' : ' Tle openint. of, the i.Hospital Bazaai is postponed until the 80tl instolt. d . n i parliament has been fuirther prorogued until Tuesday, the 13thl Noveinbe.prox .:. The Commissioners fur thie Intercolsonial Exhibhitionfit thleir ineeting on' Monday last:; decided on pistponing the openin: of tihe Erilxhibition until the 03rd instant, unil to eX tend the closing day to :the 31st of Januarry, 1867. The mortal remains of Ch'iries.Jardine D'oi were committed to thl? graie la'st' Sru iiy afternion, ii the p...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TEA MEETING AT EMERALD HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

TE?MIEETING AT EMERALD H LL. The "anniversary: tea meeting, and incert in connection wilth "thel Clarendon stree Episcopal ?Churclh was givln in the Mech?nics' Institut,'' COecilstredt, 2 Emerald "Hill, on Weniesil'y 'idhin" Iat, rhlloe- tlier:e vas a large attendance. In the con'se bf thof evn ing the Rev B. R.'Dickinlson, the pastoeofethe churc?"~.d tt~it the reasdon wh neithle the Bifli?i of Meldbiorne nor tlohe Dean&i wis there was hcaiio'"'thd Dean had been inv'iceo: to attend: another meeting on that evenini.;' n'd t'id?y i slidlBth oncrous ditties to perfori, Thi imemiers of tlihe chliich, he cotisidered, ii'dunld be thankfil for tihe peace and prosperity thiey'enjoyed. lie roniroisted thefavorable pIosi tion tfidy" noiv :lield .in comparisoii 'd thoat vwlhicl 'they; faririlly ocdupied Twil 'lv years agno ani ironi houos in. Bank-street'wis used fpr divriiei erici~, and the oibgregsition con sisted 'of about twenty-five persons. A asodi fi' bbiildihn, ith a zinc roof ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EMERALD HILL DRAMATIC SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

•,EMERALD HILL .DRAMIATIC0 . ! : .. SOCIETYI '.. SWith commeindable purpose' this society, having first'established itself, seeks to nsiskt in the cause of benevoleonce; :ii.d with this object in view, it cannot do otherwise' than succeed."- Its first effort in' this direction was a peiirformanc given ini aid' of the" Emeriild Hill Benevolent' Society; on MIondayeviening last, in the large: hall' of the Meclhanic's Inisti tute' Ceoil-street, which was densely croided. Before proceeding to comment on the pieces played, we certainly *nmust':oongratulate the manager on the veiy happy manner in:which the stage was got up, which reflects great credit on 'him.s The scenes, :too, although 'few were required tfor the pieces presented, were better than usual on such occasione, and the bdndd, 'mostly 'composed of' amiteurs; nrsidents on the liill, "was' quite au fait. With these accessories'so nicely arrangedo, all that' was reqlired: was that the actois.' 'lloild acquit tFemselves tolerably ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KEEPING UP APPEARANCES. Concluded. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

KEEPING UP APPEARANCGES. Conchukd. TBut, tlhougl' these articles may probably outlast thle period tlhe Tobins may think it worth while to keep up appetirances, more . solid and less pr tenilin -g furhi ture wouldt giv.e infinitely more. satisfaction to themselves, and (if they will continue to. sacrifile worthl. to the mere vanity ol seeming fine) more value by and by to.their ereditors. After the usual eoaigratulations, &c., had been given and 'received,.nnd other: subjects arising out'of. them discussed, Mrs. George 'l'obin inquired whlpt I. thought of liei;r. arrangements, or. rather. how I likdd her drawingroom ? The tone in Which sleasked was so mnodest, so. far fromn self-satisfiedtlihat. it would have been a thousand pities to have p:t lier out of conceit with an article inr it (and the arrangement of them was'.faultless.) I answered, with the only complaisant reply truth left mt, . that it was very gny and pretty. And this it certainly was; for the b·right-patterned ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. Present—Councillors Crews, Knipe, Young, Lacey, Vail, White, Widdicombe, Ogg, and Brown. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

MUNICIPAL INITE.L.IGENCE '` I'' P l ik~ if~q b.)Co taI C:. Unlnsifyl,.8lspT"sipp 17. Presert.---Councillors Crews, Knipn, Young, * Lucey; Vail,. Whito,. Widdicombe, Ogg, · .:n.d:, Brown. " , i . ELECTION OPF? MAYOR. C:oiincillor 1 lion proposed tiht olomn cillor young bo'iiolninted to li' o:bfce of S"Oouncillor Weirxri secondoe?. . ':* *d Concillor' CaiEw said ha l t!v a k by surprise to see a coqncillor wllq liupl liailsuch a smhll amount of eiperi'nce proiposed for.the office'f. mayor, while Cotncillur. Vail, who h4'ta'int a tleep iinterest and evincedil con sidsi'ablb ability in his past .careert as coun cillor 'should be asked to be rejected in his fa'vouri,. Councilloi '1Yil haed iever .taken part 'nr'indentified .himself in any political affairs, and he did'rio.t are: how he cpold be bhjected to on that account. He weo ld be y to sy anythin depr'catingly.of Cogn llor Young,ut tl;y must all admit that Councillor ' Vilihad, had .'mdt-i experience, anda was t?etter acqiiainte wit...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE BRITISH SOJER. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

TieE BRITIsH SoiER.-Sil, -hO Dlritioli sojor is a brick, aggeioatively spiekin'. .His clothes is red like unto a brick, and consekins: is hlid:is allersreddy for action. Likewise he kin starid fire like- a brick and is, ailers best lwhen he's friesh fiom ii kiltl' He stands like a 'ahll of :?ire rourid the Union Jake, and enocli indididbval sojer is. a brick into the wall. Mr. Editur, ris a high privit in sUncle Saro's melish, I ape fre to say without prejudi 'I've a great respect for ilte British sojer.,. li doesn't smoke cigars usr put apples ontt his bnagbnet when lie's mit.trainin'. ie allors files, righf andi steps: off with a martial attitodd. lie nevir jaws back when the'ossifer jaws at him, and never steps.out of the rianks to kiss a pretty waiter gal. He never hoists a ubrellei duriying a shower, and don't seem to minda.wter one mite when he can't get no whiskey. The' Britishl soieris a gnrate favoti, with the Povinces. lie is a 'ale fe'ller well met, as the sayin' is (in E...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

I umsY, OCTOBER 5. Before Dri Van Ilemert and H. Tullett.. . IARLCENY. John Devereux, aged 15, was charged witlh stealing £5, the property o'f James Alejander, in whose serviceb.e had been. The prisoner after he had left the prosecutor's hause weont to Geelong i ;where he was sentenced to a month's imprisonment for larceny. iJames Alexander sAid, he was keeper of thle hoandcl and lived in. EBst St: Kilda. Tha prison e was in his :emplloymont;.on tie 17th of Janoary, on ehich day, expecting his butcher to call upon him, he encolosedfive onerpour.d notes in an envelope, and as he was~.: goeiag out, told. the prisoner to give the lel;ter to. the butcher, hbut, upon his.areturn hel founl that the envelope and its contents. had dise: appeared and also the prisoner, the money not having been paid as directel. .The bencl dismissed the case as they did not consider there was suficien.t evidence to convict the prisoner wlio was given into the care of his father.-.Ricmard Teague, was brought ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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