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

BIRTHS. ATKINSON.—On the 9th inst., at the residence of William Coulter, Esq., Caroline-street, South Yarra, the with of J. R. Atkinson, Esq., Queens- land of a daughter. COULTER.—On the 12th inst., at Caroline-street, South Yarra, the wife of William Coulter, Esq., of a son. GURNER.—On the 9th inst., at Prince's-street, St. Kilda, the wife of Henry Field Gurner, Esq., Crown solicitor, of a daughter.   LE CREN.— On the 12th inst., at South Yarra, Mrs. William Le Cren of a son. THORP.—On the 9th inst., at St. Kilda-street, Brighton, Mrs. Samuel Thorp of a son.   MARRIAGES. OFFICER—HEBDEN.—On the 13th inst., at St.   John's Church, Toorak, by the Rev. Walter Fel- lows, B.A., William Officer, Esq. of Zara, New South Wales, youngest son of the Hon. Robert Officer, Speaker of the House of Assembly, Tas-   mania, to Mary Grace, eldest daughter of George Hebden, Esq., Newstead, Melbourne. MOSS—REES.—On the 14th, at the residence of the br...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A LITTLE ELM-TREE. A STORY FOR OUR YOUNG FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 February 1866

A LITTLE ELMI-TiREE . A STORY FOR OUR YOUNG PRIENDS. BY M??Y IIOWITT. The seed of an eln-tree once fall by chance into t crack in an old wooden post. The rain and dew moistened it; it began to swell: it germinated, and grew, and put forth small leaves, to which the sun gave a green lhue, while thei air caressed them. The first thought of the little plant was: " How fbrtunate Il am! If my seed had fallen upon the hlard road that runs by, I should have been troddes to death: now, however, I can look around Inse, and warmn myself in the glorious beams of the sun; now I can drink thie rain which flls fromn the lofty clouds, and the dews which lie every night in small pearly beads nupon my leaves; now I can enjoy life: like aill the grand, tall trees w;hich stands around me !" One of the tall trees, however, which grewv around, and which had heard thie thoughts of the little plantt-because eho thoughts of the vegetable world pie just the same as their speech-replied, compassionately : " ...

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

GARDINER DS'STRIOT BOARD. This board held its usual meeting on Wed nesday evening last, when Messrs. G. Benson (chairman), Darlot, Young, Woodmason and Watts were present. 'The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and oon firmed, a letterwas rhad from' the Registrar General, acknowledging receipt of the annual statistics of the district. Receivod.-Mr. Watts said that the, Public Works Com mittee had accepted Mr. Cox's tender of £15 15s. for making crossings in Barkly-road. Several accounts were then passed, and cheques draosn for thle same.--A rate of one shilling in the pound was then struck on all the rateable property in the district.-The following persons appealed against their rate when the following were heard and amended:-Mr. D.I Halll, from £80 to £20; W. Cole, $45 to £30; George Peggie's application was disallowed, as was that of Mar. Mudge; Mr. Levitt from £12 10s. to £10 ; T. Stokes, from £410 to £25; HIugh Mansen, £15, to £11.-Mr. Benson was instructed to sma...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 February 1866

PRIDAY, FEBRIARY 23. Before the lMayor (f, Ford, Esq.), and IM. Patterson, Esq. Davidl Price was filled Is. for allowi'ng an obstruction to remain, in the street.-John Young and William Garlick were charged with iallowing offensive matterto flow from theirpre misesat the back of Dalgetty St. Mr. Moule, for the defendants, said the ground on ac count of its formation, could not be drained without the consent of: the owners of the ad jacent land. A letter had been sent ,to the St. Kilda Council by the owner of the houses asking them to bear a: share of the eqpense, and which had been r:eferred to the ?Public Works Committee. Defendants were fined £5, to ,be reduced to is. if the nuisance is abated within three weeks, Mr. Bridshhw statinglthat he was willing to 'teild the.time if necessary.-J. Lindsay was charged with a similr offence and ined £5, to be reduced to Is. if the nuisanc9 is abated within 14 days. SMALL DRBTS. T. Fisken v. Clara Marley. Rent, £12. Amount awarded, with 2s. 6...

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

.ST.,KILDA pOURT. TUssDAv, FEBRUARY 20. Before the Mayor (W. Ford Esq.), and T. M'Combi0, H. Tullett, I G. Urqubart, aod M. Patterson, Esqs. M5lon OFFERCES. Michael Heaney was charged with dis obeying an order of the ccdurt. Tihe detendant had been slbpamned to pive evidence in the case of the Borough Council v. Emanuel King, wlhch was postponed on Friday, in consequence ot his absence. He now stated that the reason why he did not appear wa\s that he wae busily engaged that morning, and did not know the time. He was discharged. Emanuel King was charged with laving a fire lighted in his yard. bMr. Bradshlaw, who prosecuted, on behalf of the council, said that a building in Fitzroy-street was destroyed by sparks froi this fire, and expenses were in curred by ihe firt brigade. Miclael Heony, in the erpplovvment of Mr. Dickson, of the Prince of i Wales IHoteli stated that on tle fth instante he saw a log' beaning in defen dant's yard, but it might have been ignited from the building whi...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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OFFICIAL NEGLIGENCE. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 February 1866

OFFICIAL N iGLIGENCE. To tdE Editor d the 'eeyraph. Sir,-Having occasion to take out a summons s at the St. Kilda police court last week, I discovered some time alter there was a mistake in the date of same. On my com plaining to Mr. Satiridtlers, the functionary who generallv writes the summonses, of the error hie lhad made, he 'told me it'was mny own fault, I should have discovered it at the proper time. Not feeling inclined to bear the whole of the blame myoself, 1 told him I thought he should have dated the summons correctly. Upon which hlie replied, "I want none of your cheek." I I do not understand such tieatment, and would like to know whether the authorities uinder whom Mir. Sausiders acts will sanction such insolence. They should teach him the doctrine, too often forgotten in official life, that courtesy is due to every one, I remain, Your obedient servant, W.M. C. HOLLYOCK. SAlma-place, St. Kildo, Feb. 21, 1866.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. THE POOR-LAW QUESTION. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 February 1866

CORRESPONE.NOE. THE POOR-LAW QUESTION. To the Editor of the Te!eg, aph. Sir,-I have read your interesting leader f to-day with considerable satisfaction. ''The ubject is sufficiently interesting to nmake it attractive to every thoughtful mind, and your mode of handling it is so temperate as to iisarm all hostile feeling. I fully agree svwtl yoa that the poor have a right to live, and .here ought not to le any backwardness on hle part of the unfortunate in claiming that right, even though they trench on the pockets of their more fortunate brethren. Neverthe ess, I plead guilty to an overpowering aver sion to the imposition of a poor-law. The evils, apparently irreparable, from legalized charity are so numerous and terrible that, if possible, we must endeavour to find some less 'aulty means of contributing to the wants of our unhappy population. To adopt the inductive process of philosophy, it is plain, in the first iplace, that it is desirable that the laws of nature should be so arr...

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 — 24 February 1866

Drgss and Fashion; n'.Za:i , CO., Hiabit ana Breeches Makcrs, 83 ELIZABE'rlI ST., MELBOUIRNE, Opposite Colonial Banuk. A \IERRY CUPISTMAS AND IIAPPY NEW YEAR. ENOCI1 TAYLOR, 57 BOURKE STREET EAST, lresents his Compliments, and tie Co M PL IoENTS OF 'l IIe SEASON To hisr numerous frieols and begs to asfsure them that be still coth u? n to exert hieselr to secure every noecity uitotble for all easolnFe-and espeially for the present joyous period of the year, hIe Ihas presents in BIoots oIbr yotng, BIoots or oll, loots ror warm, Beoos for csltl, Boots of kid,. Boots of Jeare, Boots of leaIctler, Bools for game, loots waith seams, Boots with straps, Boots sateens, Boots with tops, Hoots withh toes, "]ools willlont, " Boots for donce, nsots for gout, Ioots tor riding Out ald out. I'ricet to suit the limes. BOANCtI ESTABLISHITENT, lii BrIidge Street, BALLARAT. DRAPERY AND CLOTHIING IN ANY QUANTI'IIES, AT YWHOLESALE PRICES. The largest stocl in Melbourne. A SAVING OF THIRTY PER CINT. 10 pe...

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THE WEEK : RETROSPECTIVE AND PROSPECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 February 1866

THE WEEK: RETROSPECTIVE AND PR1OSPECTIVE. At the end of last week, a letter, appeared in the Argue bringing charges of a very serious character against the management of rho St. Kilda Cemetery. Feeling that, if true, the subject should'not be allowed to rest where it was-and, if untrue, the falsity of the accusation, should be iiade apparent, wo made some inquiriesin the matter, and we. regret to say that the evidence we Ihave re coived fully justifies all that was contained in the letter referred to, Fromna hat we have learned, it appears that notice was given at a quarter to eight o'clock on the morning of Tuesday week, to have a grave ready by halfI' st four p.m, of the same day, in which, to r the remains of a Mrs. Iallett.. The ml did not arrive at the cemetery until tour after that time, when the mourners vered the sexton still at work at the e, which he had only got to a dlepth of a nd a half. At six o'clook, the grave then about two feet deep, that finctionary ad off work, a...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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HEALTH OF CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 February 1866

HEALTH OF CHILDREN.-Rising oCarl') is a habit of high importance to fix in'children i and in forming it there is ftr great felicity than in other cases. Tlioie is nauiitural pro pensity in children geoiorally to early rising, which noeds only to boh gnrtified and en couraged. They usually rotire to bed some time before their parents, and at diyliglht, or at. sunrise, are generally awaksu :nl ancxius to rise. Many of them are actially breld iup with difficulty to the habit of talkin' a morl ing nap, wlicol, when once formed, generally inevails throug-lh life. Let tie fIlclur dery' iimself so far as to retire early andl bIernie an early riser also. His health, eijoymen.it, and usefulness, he may dpeil pion it, will be perceptibly benefited. And tl is may be connected with another preventive of disease -active employment. I'lho iorniing is the season of activity ; the frame, invigourated by repose, is prepareld br exertion, ani motion gives 1pleasure. ''lie puiro atmos!phero, so nmucl ...

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 February 1866

Hotels, Breweries, &c. STAR HOTEL, CORNER OF Dandenong Road and Chapel'St., Prahran FIRST-CLASS WINES, ALE, pORTER, AND SPIRITS. LIVERY'AND BAIT STABLES. . FORHN' GRIFFIN, Proprietor. Suburban Railway Hotel, GARDINER'S CREEK ROAD. WI RES, 15 , kof the FITiET 31AM S ADAMI SMITH, Proprieior. The LIVERY opd BAIT STABLES now occu pied by Mr. Adam Smith, late G. Browei are open for inspection.. - Firstrate closestables and loose boxes for hunters. Carriages for Wedding parties, single and double buggies and saddle horses for hire at the shortest notice.. Little Jack Homrner lives at the corner, Chapel-street and the Brighton-road High For Wines, Brandy, or Rum, you'll find if you come, That the quality 's worth a Jew's eye. GROSVENOR ARMS, And Brighton Ilalf-way House, St. KIilda-road, neor Balaelava Statlon,by KENRY R. HARWOOD, Of the Melbourne Theatres. N.B.-An excellent CricKet Grsound. close fenced, for private matclhes, or holiday parties. Quoits, Bagatelle. & ". THE...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19. Present—The Mayor, (J. Snowball, Esq.), Councillors Crews, Hutchings, Fox, Lacey, Dickson, White, Vail, and Clarke. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 February 1866

PRIk;HRAN ? COUNCIL. nMo?NDAy, FEB?UARY 19. Present-The M?ayor . (J. Snowvball, Esq.), CGuncilors Crews, HIItchlings, F'ox, Lucey, Dickson, White, Vail, and Clarke. 'The minutes of the last meating were read and colfirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Letters were readl-- ' Fromn E. Dell, clerk of Petty Sessions, by direction of the local bench of magistrates, bringing under the notice of the council the circumstances connect:e.l with the maintenance of a child, Charles Tiimmnins, aged four months, whicIl the local bencli were unable to adjudicate upon. Councillor Crews explained to the council thalnt thlq child had been brought befbre thie bench for aldmittance into the Indlustrial School, lIju accordling to. the law of that institution, they weeo unable to admit any under a certain age. The whole of the fui-ds in the poor box had been expended and the persons in whosi charge the child was, was unable to keep it thronglh poverty. The child was. an illigitimate one, and a warrant had been issued...

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 February 1866

Business Directory.. iIErcCAL. 4. F. White, Chemist and Druggist, (the poat olmee Chapel .treet, Prahran. STOIREKEEPERS, OCOCECS, &C. J. Gummer, Wholesale and Retail Grocer, Chapel street, opposite Union-street, Prahrun. E. Rule, Grocer and Provision Dealer, corner of hi'gh and Chapel streets, Prahran. PAIsTEns, PLUrJIEIns , &C. E. Rloberts, Sign, Coach, and Ornamen tal P ainter ,pposite Saw Mbills, Chapel-street, Prahran. William Hague, Plumber, Tinsmith, and Gnafiltter, sext to the church of England School House, Chapel street,Prahran....... pharles Gallop, Coachmaker and Wheelwright in gepral, Horseshoer &c., Chapel-steect, near Girdiner's Creek-road, Prahran. M IISCELLANEOUS. Saumuel Levitt, Watchmaker, Jeweller, and Silver mith, H'gh-street, St. Kitia. E.Lowe. Htouse, Land, and Jstate Agent, Union street, Windsor. IRoss, Bookseller. Stationer, &c., Clhapel-street, Prahran, opposite T'own-hall?t J, Romania Funeral Undeotakner, Chapel-street Prahra...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE LORD'S PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 February 1866

THIE LORD'S PRAYER; ¶he following anecdote is related of a cer-. tsin eminent; trigedian,. who, together with. several of his friends, had been invited to. dine with an old gentleman of distinguished. kindness,. urbanity, and- piety, ';llhe host, though disapproving of'theaties and tlieatre "oimg, had-heqrd so mush of the tragedian's rernarkable powers, that curiosity to see the. main lad, in this instance, overcame all ilis. scruples 'andprejudices. After the entertain ment was ovei, lamps lighted, and the com pany re-seated in the drawing-room, some one requested him as a particular favour, and one which all present, would doubtless iipe ciste, to read aldud the Lord's Prayer. The temgedian. exp'essed his willingness to afford them this gratification, and all eyes were turned expectantly uponhin. 'lie rose slowly and' reverently fiom Iis chair. It was wonderflsl to watch the play of emotions that 4onyulsed his countenance. He: . bedame deadly pale, ond his eyes, turned, trembling ...

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

POLIC : INTELCLIGNCE . PR 'II RAN COURlT.' ...... D Y. , ?E UA" '1 9.' BeforeT W e. eitple.ton, PM. an ,.. Crews, S qsi :' SMALL DEBTS.. C. B. Butcbers v. Charles, Nick.' Goods, £18 Is. i'', No appearance 'for defendant. Amount awarded, . with 5s. costs.-Dr. Fetherston I v. W, Buchnan. Medical attendance,;44. No appearance for defen dant. Amount awarded, with Is. costs,, to be recovered, by distress.-George Brown summoned i,. Hodgson for examination under the., how act.. No appearance for defendant. ,i tStruck out, as there was no proof of the service of the summons.-R. Stephens v. R. Youllen. Goods, £14. Postponed till next Monday. a | e LARCENY. Ihate Cojell charged Susan M'Donnell with stealing from her dwelling a tuli, a clothes basket, a silver-plated fork, and'otlher articles. IThe prisoner said she was not guilty, and upon her applicationl the case was postponed 0ill Thursday for the production of evidence. ILLEGAL DETENTION OF PROPERTY.. MarthU Galslersummnoned George Granst...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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PASSION ITS OWN PUNISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 February 1866

i7ASSION ITS OWN PUNISHIN NT.--To pu oneself in a passion biecause of lthe mis conduct of others is a proof of extreme weak ness, but it has something generous about it; for we unquestionably are annoying and pupishing ourselves, when, in strica justice, the party offending us ought to hiave been thd only sufferer. INQUISITIVE PEOPLE.-The funnels of conversation are inquisitive people they do not take anything for their own use, but merely to ipass it to otlhers. I IHIor. --TIhough your hopes be disap sointed and your patience tried to the ntter mnost, yet never cease to hope. Enduring failth in a righteous cause always leads to success.

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THE GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 February 1866

';T'E GRAViE.-It burieS erf covers every defect, snd cxtinfguA reheniment. From' its quiet bosom sprino nine but kind regrets snd quiet recollections. Who can look even upon the grove of a enemy without feeling a momentary pang that he should have w'arred with the poor handful of esrth thst lies mouldering befose him.

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PITH OF PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 February 1866

PITH.QF PARLIAMENT. Trnsoir. .Ill. the Couincil, Mr. Follows moved the adoption f the address in reply to his Excellency... The ountry had decided on protection, and the House would go with them; but agriculturists must Iave their rights considered. The Government were playing two games, and it was time they were pro vented from doing so. The export duty on gold was a revenue from Crown Lands, and they were fully ustilled in refusing to consider any money. bill which lealt with it. Mr. Miller moved an Aimcudment on he part of the Government. Mr Fawlner supported the original motion. Mr Degraves objected to waot ng so much time, just because certain persons wanted o come into power. He should vote for the:tariff io thought they might as justly tax wool as gold ; hle one was as much a land revenue as the other. Mr. traclhan was a free trader, but was prepared to give ubstanutial protection, and agriculture had a right to :lshare. Mir c'owe and Mr. Jenner supported the munerdment. The ...

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A GOOD REASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 February 1866

A OOQD REASON.--" Bill," said Bob, " why is that tree callqd a weeping willow ?" "'Cause one of the sneaking dratted things grow near our school-house, and supplied the master with the ptieks thiat did all the boys' licking." Censure is the tax paid by geniis fbr leave to travel the high road' to eminence, MIuswc.--" Miusic," said Luther, "'is one of the fairest and mnos glorious gifts of God, to which Satan is a bitter enemy; for it re moves fiom the hear' a weight of sorrows and thie fascination of evil thoaulghts.'

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MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19. Present—The Mayor (W. Ford, Esq.), and Councillors Peterson, Tullett, Fraser, Bindon, Patterson, Bunny, Oldham, and Turner. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 February 1866

MUNICiPAL INTEJLIGEI CE ST.. KILDA COUNCIL. : ,]NDIvAY, ElnluAR y 10. Present-T'll ivlner (W. Ford, Egq.), and Cotineilirl. lPeterson, Tullett, Frit'-er, niwlmn, Patterson, Bunny, Oldlhalp, nd. 'Jurner. 'IThe minutos of the last meeting were read anmdi conlirmeld. CO(?It IES PON DE?NIC . Letters were reldl- . Frmnl He lt . Thornhari, informitig the council that lthe Ciistlemanino Paving tpmpany wsre prepared to supply them with street ltggiing, mad suggesting that a well-paved iiotalrth is, in lithe end, cheaper thihn gravel. Ackmiowleldged. 'From oMr. . W. Lilley, reminding the cmuncil of his ,pplication nmade six wqekls ago wheo lie requested them to cause steps' to .be teken to remnedy the defective drainage at tihe eeck of his promises in Carlisle-street: Coun cillor Tullett moved tlhat the letter be referred to the HIe'lth Committee, andi that the Town Clerk hie instructedl to call a meeting of the aidt committee for Monday next. Councillor Frsere seconded. Carried. From Mr. W....

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