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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 November 1866

• ..' -r ."? . l:?. ,;. P RAHAR .B A.Nc H. Chinpsl Stret." "i ? ., ',, ,,;?- ''i ' f' ?' ,vi..7. ' paid-up .C?italf ' +. a£ io540,000 - :eservo Fund... 1-,. 25\,d000 Tuo foliowing rates-of ?'TEREST are allowed oei money deposited at th.iseBranch~ 'viz. : OR Deposits at 30 diays' notice '4 pedr cent? per ann. 8 months ,, ·5 ,,,, ,, - I n . . . .I , , :' ", 1? l : ~ !' "+ ' Busiess iHburs: Fen to Three; :Saturditys, Ten to Twelve. And fo:r the convenience df thae publ'e this Briineh will be OPENED for the receipt of deposits be tween ,the hIours of, Eigit hnd Ten o'clock on SATURDAY EVENINGS. SGEoGecn E.·ToLI.URST, .MRanager. JOHN LEVY& SONS' DISCOUNT BANK (Liability Unlimited.. Corner of Collins-street west and William-street, (Preniises formerly occupied by. the Bank'of New Soith Wales.) . . . . . Noticed to the Public... . 'On and after the Ist September, the old-established firm of John Levy.and Sons-will be prepared to receive a limited sini of. MONE'Y ON' DEPOSIT. : Inte...

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 — 24 November 1866

GARDINER DISTRICT bOARD. ENDERS for LEASE of Scotchman's Creek and High-street TOLLS (together or separately) fm Ist January to 31st Decembel, 1867, mnclusive, a ill be received at the Board-room, Gardiner, till six p.m. onthe 12th day of December, 1860. All tenders mePt state the amount per month that wvill be paid for the toll. SOne month's rent in advance, and a deposit to the amount of one month's rent will hobe required. The scale of tolls to be charged and other condi tins of lease may be seen, on application to the clrk, any evening from six till eight; and at the Board-room, on Thursdays from twolve till two. ITho highest or any tender not neressnarily qe copted. By Order, BSMITH ELLIS, Clerk to the Board, Gardiner, November 911, 1864. TENDERS, addressed to Mr. Nelshn, Oak leigh, will be received to 20th Nov ember, for VEN'ILATI G, PLUMBING, and C.LAZING CHURCH, Specificatloqs at Porsytl4'a Timiebr-yard, St. Kilde, TENDERS for STONE and BRICKWORK. SLabour only. Apply Harding...

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, NOVEMBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 November 1866

ST. K9iLDA ColRT, " 'TuESDAY,' NOVEMnRi 20. Before the \Iayo: (W. F:ord, Esq,) Sydes, antl -M' vnans, Esqs" ' "r"e?ron OFFBNCES. " George Gilmore was char?ged by the In spectePr,f ,Nulisianices. with allowing offnsiy matter to flow trom his rcermisena. Ir.Crisi, - who?appeared tor the rouh 0oun0,ilr "i the bearirig of the case hadtbee saiOured to give the defenda?t an oppt.tunity of re, moving the noisance, whihbi, however, had not been done. He therefore should ask the bench to infliot a heav3 pienalty M. . 0t'Guaer for the defendant, said the defendant ~- r suommo.ed for an over flow of offenmive natter and this had been zemedied, besitles it wo open to the Board of Health to do the work required., He:was prepared to sbhdw by the evideiie of Mr. Tay!lor, agent fnr the de, fendant, that instructions had been'giveofa remove the nuisance.' M/r. layd Tnalor stated thalnt. he had. given Mr. Smith,' th surveyor, an.unoonditional gaiarantee that everytitig he thoilght necessary should he...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANNUAL MUNICIPAL MEETINGS. PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 November 1866

ANNUAL MUNICIPAL MEETINGS. PRAiRAN. This council held its annual meeting lost Wednesklay, when all the councillors were present, the Mayor (G. Young Esq.,) in the chair. The account, as presented to the meet ting, shpmwed the result from all sources during cli year (including the sum of £11 Os. Pd. bldance of the previous year) to be £9,409 13s. 7d., while the expenditure was set down as £8,983 is. Id., thus leaving a balance of L486 7s. (d. to the credit of the borough fund. The total amount expended on per manentl woiks was set down at £5,223 8. Id., and the other items will be found enumerated in another column. The accounts having been passed, Councillor Widdicombe moved that Councillor Vail be the mayor for the enduing twelve months, and in so doing desired to make a few remarks in defence of his seemingly inconsistent conduct. He observed that at the time of the election of Councillor Young to that office, there was a great amount of party feeling existing, and he thought he w...

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, NOVEMBER 19. Present—The Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.), and Councillors Tullett, Oldham, Patterson Turner, Gardiner, Peterson, Bunny, and Fowler. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 November 1866

M UN IOCIFAL. INTELL-G E N OCE .ST. KI[LDA COUNCIL. S MoNDAY, NOVEMBER 19. Present--The Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.), and Counscillors Tullett; Oldhnam, Patterson Turrer, Gardiner, Petersdn, Bunny, and Fowler. Theminutes of the last mesting weoe rread and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCt , Letters were read From the Department of Piblic Works applying for a copy of the assessment nowi being made of all .tenements within thb borough. of St. Kilda. . Councillor Turner moved that the application be granted. Councillor Oldham seconded. Carried. From the collector of the Lying-in-Hos pital, Melbourne, applying for a donation, ant forwarding the annual report: . Referred o the Finance Commsttee, to be taken into consideration' with the applications from the other charitable institutions, on the motion of Councillor Oldham, seconded by Councillor Turner, From Ravenscroft. Stephen, requesting lermission to have a: fire lighted in his yard at the corner of Inkerman and Westbury streets once a week. The .M...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 November 1866

T.UinsDAY, NoVMaER 2,. Before J. Ma'soo J. B. Crews, G. Pilley, Elsqs., and Dr. Oweos. O~[NOR OPFEBNES. Robert William Buckley was brnoght up on a charge of unliwflhlly trespnssing upon the premises of John tDimby Harris.. Tile prosecutor did not appear. Vr. Payne for the prisoner, slid his client was lawfllly in possession unrler a bill of sale. The aonsn was dismisseld, with 41 Is. costs.--snooh C?anmbers was fined 5s. for leaving :'se~eral heaps ofmetal ' 0voca-street without a light upon-thai at nigt .-EElizaeth Putrn e o'harged "iWitla', being drun 'and dies-de, ivwas admonislihdand discharged ,so'derly, - ). ;. L.U(iAOY. - Elizabelh Judd, ohared with lunlacy, , given into the ..custody of her hu s ,ay Samuel Judd, for safe keeping, upon «e utnea into a bond of £5.0 . . ' .. n

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. RYSLEIGH V. GRAMMAR SCHOOL SECOND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 November 1866

CRICKET. RYSLEIGH V. GRAMMAR SCHOOL SECOND ELEVEN. A match was played last Saturday in Pawkner Park, between these clubs, which tesulted in a victory to the former, which was decided by the first innings. H. Rickardsn made a fine score for the Rysleigh, going in first and carrying his bat out for 41. His score included two splendid hits to square-leg ror 4 each. The lighe't score on the school pide was made by Holland, who ran up 14 by very steady play. For the Rysleigh IHughes bowled very well, taking 3 wickets in good style. R. Clarke also howled nicely but his balls were not quite so effective. On the other side, SsIeensy though not takling so many wickets as Tynan bowled by ftar thiel best, Tynan's being irregulor. A second innings was begun by the Ryslei'h who as far as they went marde fi for 7 wickets down. I Ev~stmn. H.Rickards, not out ... .. ... 41 W. Herring, c Wy..ne, b Tynan ... I G. Wright, c sand b Tynan ... 5 S R. Clarke, b Tynan ... ...... o I A. Hughes, b ynn .........

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CAULFIELD DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 November 1866

C.ULFIEiD DI[STRIOT BOARD. A speoial meeting pf this board was held on Thursday, eveuing, when Messrs. S. Masters (chairman), Llnyd, Blakie, Cochrane, Nelson, and Pennington were present. The minutes of the previous meeting were iread ,ild confirme,. Amnpng tile correspondence was a letter fom Mr. Looker, applying to have bis hmnquet of rates spent in metalling the Mirrymnbeena.road. Tenders were or dered to be called for the supply of metal by the next m~eeti?g4g.-A letter from the man sger. of' Ithe I Meads Gull~ -road enclosed a 1:heque,' Ieing tho' aulfeld' Board's ;ro lortion of the. above toll.--The fbollowing tenders .ere accepted:- W. HI. Nichols, 200 yards nmeal, I Glen pira-road, at 3s. Od. per yard; J. Hepry, for gravel on the Kooyong road, at is. 3d:. per Syard; W. H. Nichols, fotbr glravel on the Koornang-road, at °s. lid. per yaird; for f'escing round Paddy's Swamp J. Hlenry's tender of 7s? per rod was accepted. One or two qtlher matters of minor import ince having blJ...

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 — 24 November 1866

D WIGH, I N ear Parliame t Houses, lbourne, V(OLICITS inspecl n of the I gest and most v aluable collecti of Books, ew and second-. hand. Catalages ratis, posted 6d Libraries and small parcels otfbooks rurchased for cnah. THOM4S VEREGA, Commercial and General Printer, Paper Bag Manufacturer, &o.,, 78 Russell-street, Melbourne, and William son-street, Sandhorst. ATLWAYS on hand a large nnd viaried assortment of Grocers', Storekeepers', Frliterors', and Con fectioners nlas. Prices far belo'o aay other house n the colony. Coals, Coke. &c. JAMES F. HAY, Junction C0al &rWpod Depot HIGII STREET, ST. KILDA, And at Spce, r Street Statieon, Melbourno, Agent for bockbill's $onedust. COKE! COKE! COKE! Ec nomical Fuel. .HE COLLIN6 WOOD GAS COMPANY T Is prepared To deliver Good Gas roke, in largelor small quantities . Town or suburbo. THOMAS VASEY, Secretary Miscellaneots. PRO B9NO PUBLICO! I 1I P O 1R T A. YN T To the Public, It igrants, Diggers, Seamen, andl Others. A. ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 November 1866

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.. pRAHRAN COURT. MOnDAY, .TOVEMBER 19.. Before the Mayor (G, Young, Esq.), W. Templeton, P.M., J, ]. Crews, Esqs., aud.Dr. Owens. AssAu?Ts. Cornelius Tracey was brought up on warrant, charged with assaulting Julia Mlthlhell, a woman with whom he had been cohabiting, who appeared in court with black eyes and 'er. fade biund up,. MIs, Weller for t4he prisoner. The i'prosecutrlx at first refused to give her evi~dence, upon wliici Mr. Templeton said he should postpone the case for a week, and conmnit her to prison. She then stated that on Friday last an altercation ensued re specting some boots, and the manner 'in which she had disposedof2s. f6dl. whiho thtl prisoner had given her, when he struck her several times in the Sice, knocked her down and kicked her. The prisoner had been drinking at the time of the asismult, but was not intoxicated. Constable Kelly said the prosecutrix was present when the prisoner was arrested.. He attempted to strike her and used threaten...

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 — 24 November 1866

PRAHEAN BOROUGHI FUND. A STATEMENT and ACCOUNT of the Amount Sof all lates or Assessments made, and of all Contracts entered into, andti of all Moneys Reerived and Expelndtd by virtue of tile tIunicipnl Cor porations Act 1863, from the let day of October, 1865, to thoe 0th day of September, 1866. MONEYS REGEIVED. Borouglh Rats-- £ s. d. £ a. d. Arrears 1856 ... 2 5 0 ,, 1857 ... 4 4 0 ,, 81858 416 0 , 1850 ... 5 6 6 ,, 1860 ... 6 7i 0 ,, 1811 ... 7 17 0J • 1862 ... 810 6 ,, 1863 . 112 01'' .8186:4 . G. 18 6: o, 1865 ... 2200 19, '3' , 1866 ... 269 6 6UG " 4r 1? 9 " 2 3 Publicans', spirit merhlnts"-o and gProcers'licenes ... 1.;i :' ::ii12: 3 4 Ili.kncy carriage nad dray liheenices i:!ii 110 12 5 Bl'ighlton,-roadl tolls .1116 i5 6 Chliurclh-street tolls .. 980j - 5 Registered dlogs . 21 18 0 Use of Town Ioall, £17D 19l.ea [S':1:: 10s. unpaid) . . .as e 116 9 0 Stauoping weights and measures:, 7I." 2 Petty Sessions, finces and fees .:r 27 12 ? Ponnd fees .. ... 8.1 , Burgess rolls ......

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 November 1866

FRIDAY, 1QVEMhBER 23. Bnfore the Mlayor (James urner, Eq.). W. Ford, -L. Trlett, E, S,?des, and J. Wilson, Esqs. SINOR OFIE.NCEj. Phcebe Sarea summoned EdmvLrd Folblrok for using abtsive lanhuz.te. P hliatitffs ev.i dence was inaudible. ' d4e dtsndant s.id hat on Monday, Itse called at thie plaintiffs residence and:l remaianed there all nighlt. On thL following morning he miissed LII. which he had plced in his pocket, he was coon equeintly excited, but did not use ,busi's language. Sergeant Farrell strtted that the defendaunt came to the police station comn ilaining that he had been robbed, but the constable who was there did not take any; notice of the ohirgo as the defeimant was intoxicated. 'The case was dismlssed. T'he IHon.' Charles Gavaon ?~uff.y has eC turned to the Oulony by tle Esspx,

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE ST. KILDA TOWN HALL. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 November 1866

THIE S'T. KILDA TOWN HALL. To the Editor of the 7'e!egrapl. Sir,-When I think oat the once felicitous motto. carved upon the back of the great chnir in the council chamber, "borne forward by favonred breezes," my mind would fain change it to one less auspicious, having seen of late years little to bear out such a senti ment. e tlhait as it may, I am. rejoiced, to ;see the interest displayed upon the question of the land for the contemplated town-hall. It shows evidently that there are yet some f'avouring breezes blowing upon otn once model borough. And what site on this side of Melbourne is more advantageously situated for a town-hall ? The highest point, the most central, in short the most favoured by natture and commerce for such a building, Let as cot be unwilling to support the eouncil in their project. In. all possible ways it shall be nsupported by your humble servant and his friends, ANOTHER RATEPA.'yR.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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SOIREE AT THE BAPTIST CHAPEL SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 November 1866

OIREE AT' 'THE BAPTIST. CHAPiEL SSOUTH' YARRA. . . . On Tuesday evening -the opening service:s i connection with the new Baptist Chanpel, haplel-street, were brought to a' conclusion by a Eoiree followed hby a publie'meeting. After n very large company had partaken of nn excellent repast and the usual religious exercises had been performied, . the Rev. D.. Rees, the pastor, said the Hon. 0. J. Jenner, ivwho was to have presided, had been called sway to Ballarat. He therefore proposed that Mr. F]. Haller take the chair, and the resolution was carrtea.r Mr. Haller returned thanks for thed honour conferred upon him; and expressed his grati fication at seeing such a commodious build. ing, and that the meeting was so well at tended both by mrinisters of the gospel and other Christian friends. He sincerely hoped the congregation would increase and be pros'hSe e . David Rees said he had been five or six years in Prahran, and bad had to labour under great difficulties and discourage went, t...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. THE PENNY READINGS. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 November 1866

CORRESPONDENCE. TI'E PENNY READINhGS, o. thse Editor of i/Ch Telegraph. Sir -?I am not a resident in your borough. but i frequently visit it. On Friday last I accompanied a friend to the penny readings at the school room of the Presbyterian Church, South, Yarra. I have been warmly interested in the penny reading movement, as I think, properly conducted, it fornishefs an grreeable and intellectual amusemnent for inany who would otherwise seek enjoyment at a Ipublic house. In other suburbs I have invarsably found the audience orderly, at tentive, well behaved, and inclined to exercise the greatest charity towards the shortcomings of those who were enudeavouring to entertain them; at South Yarra there ap pears to be a great predominance of tile Iobby-de-hoy, or as they would prefer being ctled "the, young gentlemen" element. 'here young geutlemen " bent on a lark"' visit these mneetings for disturbanceo of the nore respectable Iortion of the audience, and generally their smna:l ambitio...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 November 1866

GENERAL NEWS. The arbitrators in the Kew Asylum case gave their award on Tuesday. They fbouqd bor the contractor, damages, £10,887 13s. 911. £7'000 of this was tbfor profit, ;450 for work and'labour donie, and the balance for materials on the ground at the time of the stoppage of thte contractor, by the Government. The tablet erected in Melbourne Wesley Church to the memory of the Rev. D. J. Draper was uncovered on.Tuesday afternoon, in uhe presence of about forty persons. The Rev. J. S. WVaughl conducted the ceremonial, and openied the proceedilgs with a short introductory address upon the life and labours of Mir. Draper. Thie Rev. J. O. Symons read a portion of Scripture, and thie Rev. J. HIarcourt offered up an approlpriate prayer. The tablet was then uncovered by the Rev. Messrs. Symons and HIureourt, who were selected to do so, as two of the oldest fi'iends of the deceased. The design of thie memorial has been furnsihed by Mr. Joseph Reed, of Reed and Barnes, architects, the ex...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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SUICIDE AND INQUEST AT FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 November 1866

SUIC DE AND INQUEST AT ee. S FIELD. ,Ir. Candler, district coriner, ild I. ' quest n thie 15th inst., at Cealfiell, o. body of Mr. William Moffit, w 1o died on 18th i st., from the effects of a pistol-.lnt. Mr. David Moffat, secretary t1 tlhe Siutherrf Insurn ce Company, stated that the deceased was his father; his age G6 year.. On the 9th inst., at about half-past nise o'clock, as wvitness was sitting in the bedroomu over the cellar, he heard thei report of What sounded like a pistol-shot come from -the cellar. -He went to the cellar and found the deceased lying with his hliensid uipon n box. There was a wound in his hend frorm which blood w:as flowing. The'deceased was rein aved to his bedroqm, and a niessenger despatched fir Drs. Wilson and Whittenbuify. Witness found tihe pistol produce. lying under the deceased. One barrel had been recently dis charged. The other was still loaddcl. 'l'icro was another loaded pistol lying in a pistol case. iThe deceased was stunned at first, bua...

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 — 24 November 1866

OAK0 EGIGH A.D IMULG RAVE BOARD. 'Thle adnlouined meeting of this board was held on 'lhursdlay last, when Messrs. E. May (chairman), DAwar, Hall, Orr, Wolstenholme, and bMiiller were present. T'Ihe minutes of thle previous fleeting, having been read and confirmed, a letter was received from the Town COlerk of Melbourne, stating that Mr. Grant co:ld not receive the deputation on the subject of reServes at the time proposed. Rle ceived.-rFrim the Shire Council of Glenelg, stating the tinme of a conlference on the sub ject of revising the Local Government Act. T'he chairmnn also read another letter on the same subjecti from the Shire Council of Warrnamnbool1 and expressed his opinion that the subiect had already been fully, discussed atprevious npeetings, and any further con ference le cpqsidered unnecessary. Mr. May" was deputed to attend.-lrom the lessee of tlhe 0akleigh toll-gate, requesting thie board to reoonsideC their decision in only retducing the assessment of the gate to £45....

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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BORN DIPLOMATIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 November 1866

Boen IIIPLetITrsT.-A. poor tailor, dunning" for'an old debt the other day, wrote as follhws L-L Dear Jem,-T1'his little account has been stonding seven years, and I think it is higli tisme it was paid."-To which Jemn relplied on the same sheet of paper :--:' Dear Sam,--I d3n't; and may a difference ot opinion ne?er alter fiiendship."-What a splendid diplomatist Jem would have made. The folioiviRg story is related of a captain of Austian. artillery in Italy. lis battery was ubder B tremendous fire. At one gun there was aoly one man left to work. 'I'he captai 1yeiat and helped him to serve the piece,. and round after sound was discharged, till the dtilcer suddenly, in an interval of loalding, exsclaimed, ':"Schmidt! how dare you have your shako on your head in a way contrary tol regulation ?" It s reprted that a marked change in the Horse Ssole Falls at Niagaral has occurred. largby potions of rock have given way in the centre of the shoo, giving the fall now more of a ri,'ianghlr app...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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INTERESTING NOTES ABOUT ROYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 November 1866

INTiERESTINGO NOTES ABOUT IIOYAL.TY. Recpnt events in Germany mhy bouproductive of some problems in our social systeum. 'I'he. King of l-lHanover nmayl, under :ertnin contin gencesu, lose his throne. H-le mnly tuerefolore return to. this country, resume his r;ank as. Duke of C(umberland, and dsccndt fi'un the. heights of sovereign iule to become a junior memiaber of our Royal Family. 'IhI cisrcum- stance of the succession tq the 'lThrone of Hanover by the late Duke of CaumberlanLd has left open a question ofl' precedence and. digsity amongst those descenuling !iom a royal stoqk. The children of the King ot'f lanover are the only coembers of our toy3,.l ]?smily in the fourth generation fioaln the Sovereiga, It is n. inatter of ldoubt wlit sol tl be their title iand precedence. Thie Act ota Ilenry VIII. regulating precedence gives rank only to ssuh of the Roya! a'amily as n.e sons, brothers, uncles, grandsons, or nephews of the Sove- reign. The elsiest son of a Duke of tihe Blood Roya...

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