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RYSLEIGH v. WOODLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 December 1866

RYSLEIGIH V. WOODLAND. On Sa.turday, 24tr ult., a mnatch was played atp Fawkner Park between the above clubs, which resultetd in fikour' of the former by 23 runs. It was decided by the 1st innings, there not being sutlicient time to finish the gone. On the ipnrt of the Rysleigh Cricket IClub, MIr. lRiekards managed :to secure 1 to his own bar, that being head score; ilessrs. lTurnor, ClarkeP, ahd lHerring followin"g next, with 8 runs each. Mr. Gausn, flr the WVoodlandl, had a short thoul?h eff;ctive innings of 14, comprising four 3's, Iri. 1uld camo next with 8. 'lThel bowling of .1rI.. F. lughes, of thi Ilysleigh, tholugh at fiist rra'her[ wide,.wnus the most tellin?, tikingi i ll 4 wickets, whilst for the \Voodthlnnds, Mr. Ganunt made the most boils fly. The sicolnd innings was begun by the" Iysleigh, riwho scorel 87 fbr 7 wickets iMr. \\!Wright oarricd his bt out fbr 30. Subjoined is the scole: lIrd'?s.rcmII HTerrl lg, h G nt ... . .. ... 8 ]-ickardl, b, Al~,ader ...... 1 W.ight,...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EAST COLLINGWOOD v. FAWKNER PARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 December 1866

EAST Co0LLINGWoon V. FAWKNtR PAAisK. Pilt forth thy powers, 0 7elegraph, neil publish to the worhl how the mighty have idllen i how the chosen of Prahiran have been worsted by an army frdni Esst Collingwood f Record that Prahiran, in thlo persons of her sons, in all thu panoply of wsr anti armour bedlighit, le' tlih. field with 21 less to their credit than their opponents. Blat throb gently, 0 thou electric messenger, wheln you tell that first one and then another of these heroes whln in' the field,. instead of being alert, ini taking "ready" for their wvatehl rolrd, dozed bn their posts, and declined to arrest,- the flying messenger of whir, but dropped it as though it was not only red, but red hlot. I-Iow that at last the captain, his breath hearing" and his eyes flashing" with indignation, exelaimeid, "!iOh ye gods, most I eindure all this," and how the next momedn he lirlssuf iheclined to despatchi one of the enmcy. lint " lonoiir to the bravo." Ali werJ not' recresnt, for each ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 December 1866

PRAIIRAN COURT. oI0? DA:Y, ThOove.jmnin 2(1. lefjre W. Templeton, J. 1. Cruevs, and G. (,)un?, 1':lj.?,s * %1.01t tl I"Fll"O?S. M INOt.t FF1 0110. Eliza Cooper, ai hual.lot drunkard, w:ls sentenced to oine imutfl's imprlisonment, with hard lhbouli.-- Georgo GunI wits s?tllnnlluated by Adunm 'lock finr ille?gllh 'letitiniog five 'geese. ir. \Veller lii. the talthinltit. TIhe plaintiffstated thnt having ni:ssed the geese Io made inquiries of som1o neighbours, t~a1t ascerainedil that thely were it deilbdatot's possessiUli, ljo)01 \wllic!t he r'(IequesteI htitI to glve them up. DLfetldiant replied that tltey 110d inie'ted the wiatir on his liremises ini d asked tor damtges. The ideiil;lnt saidl that one T'iurs?doy la?t thereo were :Is ln!l:ly os foriy-I five geese in his woterhlh, snd they tnaile the water uttli lfii his cattle, le bhaid toi alternative but -to kcep :t:td lradveltise Ithe:i, as geese were ctlntinilly strayingl ito I:is enclosced piaddock. ''hLo dletudan's geese were emr...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 December 1866

' FRIDAY, NOVE1BER 30. Before . thle Mayor (James 'uIrner, Esq.), T. Baillie, and J. Wilson, Esqs. J MINOR OFFENCES. Mlr. Sydney Smith, of Blanche-street, was slimmioed for having an unregistered dog. I hIr. Coster tor e tile defndalnt. 'The do'" inspector stated that a few months ago be visited defendant's premises and saw an un registered tlog there. Mrs. Smith promised to send it away. lHe again called at defen dant's house a short time since, when Mrs. I aimith ncknowledged tlhalt the dog belonged to her husband. MIr. Coster said tlhat about I nine or ten nmonths ago thile dog was fished out of h drain and took refoge in delfeudant's ( stable. Ti, e deifendant gave it to a wood i carter residing at Caulfield, but it returnedl I (liter an absece ol isx ionths. ?ie then sent t it to Prahlran, lafiterwartls to Emerall Hill. HIe also grave it to dIr. Brown, who lived in Iigh-street, andl then to Dr. Ilanlkin, but it always broke its chain and camne hack. He I contended that it shott...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 December 1866

CRICkET. rwe slhall ba oblig?d if the secretaries of local clubs will furnish us with a list ot matches whn, arraong'd; :also with reports of mnutche;s played, accompanied by the fill scores, as urly· in the week us possible.] M.IA'CtIES TO COME. Dec. 1.--Rysleigh v. Wesley College. Dec. L.--FILwkcr l'ark v. East Melboiurne, at East Melbourne.. Dec. 8.--S wkner Palrk v. ltclbourne (2al eleven), at Melbourne. Dec. 15 and 22.--Fa aknet Park v. Richmond, at SFawk;.er Pallrk. Dec. 29.--Fawkner Park v. Prince of Wales, at b 'awkner Poik. Dec. 29. -Sath Ysrra v. South Melbourne, at South Yarrre. Juai. t9.-S uth 'Itltourno v. Essendon. at South . Yarrnl. Fib. 9.- SSuth Yarra v. East Collingwood, at South Yarra. Feb. 16.--South Y arra v. Corio Bay (Gcelong), at South Yuarra.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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WAITERS ON PROVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 December 1866

WAIT'ERS ON PROVIDENCE. Judging from the number of lobby-haunt ing expectants and political parasites every where to be met with, the " struggle for existence" must rage somewhat fiercely at the variogs Government departments. On the land, on the water, and in the mines; in every corner, perched on gum trees, or stuck in the tenacious soil of a swamp; aye, even on the fence of a ceme.tery, or in the yery fossils of tlhe rock, political expectants. are to be seen, like oaddis worms or hermit crabs, looking sharply out for prey. No. member of the Ministry ever visits a district but his route is literally lined with these curious creatures, compared with whose keen appetite an ostrich filling its stomach with stones and rusty pieces of iron is quite an epicure. Officials need be very wary and cautious when the political heads of depart. ments are so closely followed up, and when the fortunate holders of Government situa. tions are kept under the strictest surveillance, and every slip, ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONCERNING OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 December 1866

0ONCERNING OURSELVES. When, at the last general election, the size of the TElegraph was increased one-half, it was done to meet a pressing emergency, The ipncrease of news and advertisements then claiming our attention, necessitated either an enlargement of space or an exclusion, of matte- which it would have been unjust to our subscribers to withhold. Accordingly, we did not hesitate which course to pursue. At the same time, we looked upon the ex periment as merely a temporary one, intend ing to revert to our old size as soon as the pressure had passed away. Contrary to our expectations, this did not cease with the electiqn, but, from various causes, continued almost uninterruptedly to within a very re cent dlate.. Circumstances again altered.. A combination of causes occurred within the plast few months to induce in us the be-" lief tlhat our old size was sufcient for all the legitimate requirements appertaining to our local character. Among these may be men tioned; the unuisual l...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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PRAHRAN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 December 1866

PRATIRAN -MECHANIqS' INSTITUTE. The half-yearly meeting of the members of the above institution took place-in-- the hall of the Meclianici' Institute, Chapel-street, on .Thursday, the 22nd ult., Mr. H.W. Lacey, the p,;resideht of thd instituite i in. the chair. There ,:was a:fulLattendance of-meambere. The Pre sident, after briefly iritiodicing the biusiness before.the omeeting, called upon ihe a'sdoretary, Mr. W.. J. Allen, who read the half-yearly Sreport of the co.mmittee of man gdment, as follows: "The Committee of Management of 'the Prahran Mechanics' Institution have much pleasiure in.: lay!pg before the members a report of their proceedings for past half year. ' In your committee's Ilst report it was stated that:after some considerable delay, - it -, had beeaiascertained that the title deeds -of the.institution Were in the hands of E. J. Murphy, solicitor, who.claimed, a sum of £29 16s. nd., fq'r lav 'charges for preparing "the conveyance, d&e., and a hope was ex pdli...

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 — 1 December 1866

JAMIES EVANS' LIST op HOUSES & PROPERTIES FOR SALE, WOB THO MONTH OP DECEMBER, 1866. OFFICES :--OPPOSITE! GARDINER'S CREEK ROAD STATION. Al'erdeen-road, Mount Eri&a.-COTTAGE of four rooms--80. Eas bourne-street, near Chapel-stroeet Station.-Weatherboard, file rooms, bathroom, good gardon.--1201. Brighton, North-road, near Murray Ross's, and Old Grange Hotol.--FAIAR3, of 23 acres, with Cottage, foencing, and all improvements; well, stock yard, &c. Title under Torren's Act.--1501. Aberdeens.etreet, near Mounet Eric.--Excelleat COTTAGE, fiGo rooms. 66 S198.--1501. Otborrne.slrcet.-Weathorboard plastered COTTAGE, two rooms, kitchen and storeroom, large workshop, best lower garden in South Yaorra.--2001. cash. Charles-.treet, one minut, of Grovillc-stroot Station.-COTTAGE, wcathor board, plastered, fie rooms. Land 30 x 70.-2001. Charles-street, close to Grorille.street Station.-Six rooms, ecullcry, outer room 20 x 12, fssnl house, &c. All in beautiful orde...

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 — 1 December 1866

MEMORANDA. The borough council of Prahran laving cornm pleted their arrangements for tile slaughtering of cattle at the abattoirs at St. Kilda and RItichmond, it is not out of place to warn butchers that they will render themselves open to a penalty for per mitting slaughtering on their premises, which will from this time forth be strictly enforced. Persons on tlhe look-out for properties in the south-eastern suburbs of 3telbourre, either for residence or investment, are directed to Mr. James Evans's monthly list, advertised in ainother part of this day's Telegslrah. The annual roiree of the Perseveranco Tent, Prahran, of the Independent Order of Recehabites, will be held in the Town nell on Mlonday evening. Bro. G. Mackie, P.C.R, will preside, and glees, songs, duets, and recitations will be given by various lalies and gentlemen. MIiss Lowcock is announced to preside at tile piano, and Bro. Broadley to nact ns conductor. The entertain mealt deserves support on its own account, but ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 December 1866

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, NovEMBER 27. Before the, iMayor (James Turner, Esq.), 'T. Baillio, end-Dr. Patterson. -- MINOR, OFFENCES.. John.Langshawn anid Thomas Mueller were each fined> 2S. 6d. jfor leaving their horses ariddnrlans unprotected in the street. Alfred Stephens wis fined 5a. for allowing two goats to wander. William -'Trott, John Thompson, and Joseph T'laylor were each fined 2s. 6d. for.allowing th Yend Yoan water torun to waste.-Monrris Ellis was charg?d with a similar offence. The defendano said his servant allowed the water to run for a short time once a week to.clear out a drain at, the side of the street. The case was dismissed. ASSAULT. Margaret Williams summoned Mary Anne Fiddes for an unlawful assault. There was also a cross-summons in which ldamages were laid at £5. Mr. Weller fir Mrs. Fiddes. Margaret Williams said that on Thursday evemng Mary Ann Fiddes burst open the door of her hose,, and because shie woull not give her is. to buy som...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE ST. KILDA CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 December 1866

TISl. ST. KILDA CIICIKT CLUO. An attempt is being mtade to restore this club to its forbner position. With that entl in view a circular has recently been sent round to the lovers of the glame, in which aI last appeal is madle to them to put their shoulder to the wheel, and raise the club firom the low state to whicli it has fallen. In a wealthy and inflnential suburb like St. Kilda it is saurprising that a cricket club should languish. What is reqluired is a little in terest to be ftrltin tile game by the old folks, who, if not able to take part in the gs:.na themselves, can, by becoming members of the club, enable the nmore youtltill to do so. An income of £150 slhoulI be tasily forthcomib?g at St. Kildn ior a criqkat chlb, and it' tlhat couls be securedl, there e;ould be stome pro bability of the St. Killa elsven once more taking its proper lpositi'n in thie cricket-field, and emulating its dteeds of old, when it was. able to cope wvith some of the best elevens idl" the coloety. T...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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RIFLE MATCH AT ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 December 1866

RIFLE. MATCa .AT ST. .KILDA. On Saturday.afternoon last a rifle match took place between the St. Kilda Artilleiry and Southern Rifles, at St. Kilda Butts, .for £10, given by the present. M.L.A.'s for the dlistrict, Messrs. Bunny and Snowball, and resulted in, a victory for the first-named corps by a mujority of 113. points over. their opponents. The respective teams consisted of eight men each; the distances fired were 200, 500, and 600 yards, 7 shots at each, Hythe positiongat all ranges, rifles and ammu nition of Government issue; sunshades, slings, and artificial rests not allowed. The afternoun was clear, with a strong wipd blowing across thie ranges from the left. The scoring on eitLer. side was not is good. as expected, attributable on the part of the losers, no doubt, to the fact that they were not used to the St. Kilda Butts. The, scores were as follows: S6T. KILDA ARTILL.ER., 20o 500. 6so Total. yds. ydu. yds. Sergeant Hearne ... . 18 1 8 89 Gunner Lacey ...... 19 14 17 no ...

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 — 1 December 1866

IIoLL.owA's PILLS AND Orsn?'rr -T.-Dyspepsia Disordleredl Digestion.-Soime pi'son are plarlic0 iarly prole ti stomlaeh and liver ,coplaiits ; while in others thise diseases ard prodilevdl by oedentalry habits, irreguilar living, qr Inc'ltal disquietulde. T'ih liver aun stomach Ieing dlietetupered thile hi'avrt andl hngs seon sympathisp with them, and both m1ind anLd 111dy shiortly stffier. ,Thiese admlirable PIlo Idt l diretly1 o1 th0 s li r !lel'Ot';'l,"1l 0soon restore them to a iitllural I:d hliulihiy Irodliltion. Thle illlplrities alre dlis:llhargecll fIrollt 'the s'teill the r'·epiratorv orgalns re relieved, tlhe liated bhisel coled, anlll tile bilious sccret.,ll retulltedl, tilhe hl1lrt's l1tioll buecolmso trlullqlil, tllhe Ilerv n qulirs trl. e igt i. 1111 n 1d llll1 Ilellislw,' t sL all gail, l:Imp" pilless retrls, itll~d thle l).illt llti thoriiglhly rs tfrcdl ti casg dirostion, c, cring thoughts, ald ref:calling repiosc,

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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SOUTH YARRA v. EAST COLLINGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 December 1866

Sou~h YAnrUa V. 1~aAT (JoLL~tN~o WODD Ilast ~;ii~l~l ou t~liu groundt of thu Jurinurl EaS~t Cli1Iiii'~Yad wrinniug~ by lb r~uu. A~ 0511v5~ lsawlcdL well utr Sut!tli Yarn'~i, tttlfl~ul 7 wickets for 12 runs. A. Bird, with 30, batted well foi Ehist Colling"ood. Much cannot lho said in' fuvonr of the bowling of East Collingwood, which was all along the ground, owing its success more to the bad ness of the wicket than the skill of tie bowlers. The following are thie scores: EAST COLLINOWOOD. Smart, b ()gilvy ... ... ... 6 BIakie, Br3isow ... ... .. O Bird. b Turnbull ... ... . 30 WVughI, b Ogilvy ... ..:1 Harl.ur, b Ogilvy ... 10 Ferguson, b Ogilvy . . 2 MaBckay, b Turnbu!l ... . COpelsnd, b Ogilty ;..i 7 MIuir, b Ogilvy ...I .0 Staffort, elot uat 0 Conley, bi Ogilvy . 0 DByes, 3; leg bye, 1; wdides, 5 :.. 9 S66 ' SoUrn YAIRnA. ' "' Bristow, b Smart ... ..." .... . 1 Turnbull, b BIlkie ... ... ... 8 M'Donnell, b Blakie ... .... ..- 7 Bell, b Smart .. 0 Mursden, b Blakio .. 5 Shaw, b IBl...

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PRAHRAN BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 December 1866

The annual meeting of the abov held-on-the -green, in -Izett-street otewas day) lat;-'taber 4btla :ultaJ;, jr: B'(ji tatnr J. P., thet!lresidet;' ih the chair. erft Es aenual report-of-the retiring co After he bebetread hy'thB: de/tray dtaotndrotta htad followina.gentlame~a were elected Pd the bearers for the ensuiPn twelve mont-as ofice. Pr-dhidene, E. L. Vail Eselnsntln.oinf vi; vice-president,.Mr. Bharles 'ilhel-" rahrn. surer,-Mr -James Hole; hen. se elr,; trea. James :Scott;. comisittee of' mane ry, tr, Messrs. A C; Tlihompson, 11. W; geaetsR.. Davis, Chas ,Hutchings,o and "-,ey, Is. 1rom the repoett t will be seen thlat the re tiring committee recomnmended that their. suedessors sihould"arrange to give a thei entertainment to the wives and famili S ael memleas -some time 'in' the b~ les: f .h extye. .We a .:yals s Ig;g ng oa the sity of an incerease ofimenmbrs, anid t aees,. that as an .iiduceimtnt to jobii: early the out tranee fee to the first 70 nmembers is onl helf-a-guine...

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 — 1 December 1866

BOMlOOUGH OF PRAHRAN. SOTICE is hereby given, that the Couneil of the . J Borough of Prahran have, with th1 consent of the Governor-in.Council, provided for the SLAUGHTERING of CATTLE at the ST. KILDA andt RICHMQIND ABATTOIRS, and the same are now ready for public use. Any person slaughtering any cattle (including ram, ewe, wether, lamb, goat, kid, or swine or dress any carcass for sale as food of man within the limits of this borough other than the slaughter-houses which woro in use as such before and at the time of jise paning of the Mupicipal Corporations Act 1863, or tho slaughter-houses provided ase above, will aofter theo expiration of ten days from the publication of this notico,bo liable to a penalty not exceeding five . pounds for every such offence: Notice is hpreby further given that the Mayor and Council have appointed Mr. Alfred Lynch the in spectqr of elauglhterhouses and of cattle intended for slaughter.! Dated this 1st day of Decomber, 1866. JOHI? CRAVEN Town Clerk. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 December 1866

* ,: Banks..: . · '· TEE -NATIONAL BANK ,OF AUS TRALASIA. ': p RHRA N BRANCH. S Chapsl' Street. Paid-up Capital ...: ..." £540,000 Beserve Fund... .... . .... 135,000 The following rates of INTEREST are allowed bna money deposited at thles Branch, viz.:- ! On Deposits at 30 days' notice, 4 per cent. per ann. . 3 months' It 5 6 ·,, ,, 6 i, , 12 ,, , 7 . Business Hours Aen to Three; Saturdays, Ten to Twelve. And for the convenience of the public this Branch will be OPENED for the receipt of deposits be tween the hIours of Nine and Ten o'clock on SATURDAY EVENINGS. GEORGE E. TOLwURST, Manager. 40TlN LEVY &SONS' DISCOUNTBANK :_,j ? . ( L a b ility U n lim ite d ) . ! . . Corner of Collins-street west and WVilliam-strdet, (Premises formerly occupied by the Bank of New South Wales.) Notice to the Public. Oo and after the let September,-the old-establiehed firm of John Levy and Sons ,will be prepared to receive a limited sum of MIONEY ON D'EPOSI.T! Interest will be allowed as' foll...

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THE LATE DR. OWENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 December 1866

THE LATE DR. OWENS. It is our sorrowful duty to have to record the death of John Downes Owens-a gentle man who, from his long and faithful political services on behalf of the people, may fairly claim to have his name enshrined' in the muster-roll of. Victorian celebrities. His decease was very sudden. In the enjoyment previous to. M4onday last of his usual robust health, he on the morning of that day, feeling somewhat poorly, sought relief from Mr. Johnson, the Government analytical chemist.' In the evening he went home, when his' housekeeppr provided him with some refreshment, of which he partook, ap parently in his usual health. A, few minutes afterwards le directed her to fetch Mr. John son, and on. her return, in about ten minutes, she found that Dr. Owens vas no. more. Thus suddenly he passed away from amongst us " to that bourne from whence 'no traveller returns." As a politician, Dr. Owens belonged to the advanced liberal school, to the, advocacy of whose views he brought to ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26. Present—Mayor (E. L. Vail, Esq.), and Councillors White, Brown, Widdicombe, Crews, Lacey, Knipe, Ogg, and Young. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 December 1866

MUNICIPAlIlNTELLIGEN E PRAHR-AN COUNCIL. - . MONDA!; NovepYr R 26. Pretent--The. Mayor (E L V ail Esq.) and Councillors White, Brown, Widdscoribb, C•rews,' Lcey,'Knipe, Ogg, arid: Young, The. minutes of the.last meetinga-weree -read and confirmed. CO-RRESPONDRNCE. Letters were read From the Deodpart~ment of-"Sewera ?and Water Supply, asking for a copy of the assessment of the district. On the motion of Councillor Cirews, seconded by Councillor Widdiconmbe, the request weas ordered to be complied with. : From Isjiiah .Andrews, secretary to the Maryborough Conference, enlelosing :a :opy of a resolution ariived at at a meetinig, and further rofqesting that the council would depute a delegate to attend a conference at Hlockia's Hotel, i .MIelbourne, fr thlrtd purpose of urging upon the Government the necessity of making various amendments in' the Muni cipal Cosporations Act. Cosincillor Locey moved that the MIayor be deputed to attend. Councillor Ciews seconded the motion, whSichl was c...

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