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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 1 December 1866

THUILSDAY, NOV?BSIIER 20. Beforo J. Mason ond G. Pilley, Esqs. MINOR OFENCES. Brynsn Renidon, George Stewart, John Stewart, George Denton, William Scott, Andrew Lennie, and Robert Dunn were each fined 2s. 6d. for allowing goats to wander.

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

BIRTHS. BAYLES.—On the 24th ult., at Cæserane-villa, Dandenong-road, the wife of William Bayles, Esq., M.P., of a son. HITCHCOCK.—On the 26th ult., at Henry-street, Windsor, the wife of William Hitchcock, of a son. DEATHS. MOSS.—On the 29th ult., at Yarra Vale, Toorak, Marion Emily, the infant daughter of the Rev. William Moss, of diarrhœa. OWENS,—On the 26th ult., at his residence, Vine-street, Windsor, John Downes Owens, M.D., aged 57. The Telegraph.   SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1866.

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 — 8 December 1866

" MEMI ORAN DA. We have great lpleasure in. directing attention to an advertisement in. another column, announcing that thg pupils of purist Church Schols, St. Kildu, will give a concert on Thursday evening in aid of the school building. fund. Sermons in connexion with the anniversary seorices of the. United Methodist Free Church, Windsor, will be preachlied in the church to-morrow, in the mprning, afternoon, a...d evening. On Monday evening a tan and public meetiog'will be held, at which, lad.iresses will be delivered by several ministers and gentlemen. ,Collections will be made after esch service in aid of the building fund. Mr. Kaye's Vocal Union, assisted by several dis tinguished amateurs,. will give a concert in the St KIilda Art;llery Orderly roomln, in aid of the build. ing fund, next Thursday evening. Me sre. J. Lyons and Co., will sell by auctionat 2.o'lock on Monday, Mr. Hunt's well-known busi ness premises, in Commercial-road, Prahran, and also the'furniture, br. H.unt b...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE OPENING OF EMERALD HILL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 December 1866

'1'TIE OPENING Ok EMERALD HILL MARKET. iWe take the following account If the ery suc cessful openiug of this market from the .bouth Mel beurse bland rd.--Ed. TE.LoEGRAPu. Ne'er ias Emeraldt Hill awoke under brighter auspices thasi it did on yesterday mortling.. A. brillientl son and a beautltfil atmosphllere did its utmost to contribute to wards one of the greatest successes that has ever accrued to any local effort in the colony. Emnorlnti hill Murket Reseurve. so long lying waste an:l usteless,. was then opened for the soale of agricultural andr daliry produce, ac cordingt to notices previously issued by the borough counci: The first cart that appeared on thie ground was that of IMr. Sydndy RIicotdo, of Heidelbel;g, which arrived. about 8.30 a.m., and the first pur-chasec was Mr. \W. Carter, who boug[h?t a quantity of ducks at Gs. per pair. At 7 o'clock there were upwards of 70 carts or, drays in thie market with. goods suitable for satle, and we found that thleir con tents met wi...

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CRICKET. FAWKNER PARK V. EAST MELBOURNE SECOND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 December 1866

C RIOK iET. FAW. OER PAn, v. EAST ME• sOURNE SECOND ELEVEN.i SThiese elevenso mec on Saturday ltst, on the ,.ound of the--latteer;-- The local team went ij'st atothe Wrjkes, and clu.ng to them with, such tenacity that when tihe last fell the total of ruts made was 854, and. but little time left fr " ours" to show whst they could do with lth bat. Still, they ma?e the best.of :lhat little, scorn~r 8 runs for the loss of two wickets. aI far better defence than we should here. been inclined to, credit them with tihe ability of showing. For East Melbourne, i. b, gleston made the Iangrsificent score of 117, Buller, iHepburn, and F. ]~iEggleto fellpwing with 30, 05, and 2 r 'spectively. With two exceptions, the bowling ofI' the. 'Park men was terribly loose, and got wlhait itil deserved--seoere punishlment. T'he exqep.. tions were Brigtg" andt Crook, the former teking two wickets for 24 balls, and the liiatter three wickets for 00. balls, We:,are. glad to be able to.record a marked implrov...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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SOIREE AT THE PRAHRAN TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 December 1866

SOIREE AT THE- PRAHRAN TOWN. HALL. The nnual soiree of the Perseverance Tent., Prhrahn, of the Independent Order of Rechabites, was held in the Tlown HIall, on Monday evening. After the company had enjoyed an excellent tean, Bro. George Mlacklie, vwho presided, said lhe was glad to see so many present who would give their support to the caue of temperance, anl he wished that those who were not total abstainers would speedily become so. 'Thle order of Reclhabites had not been long established in this colony, but there were now sixty tents eand ahbout twvo thousand persons enrolled. T'he objects oantemplated by Ilechabitism were to fahrm benefit societies for the pIurplose of assisting members when sick, withlout any fee with the exception oftlmhat paid periodically into the funds of. the society, and also to aessist in case of deathsl. The proceeds of tihe annual celebration were to be devoted to the Prahran and South Yarra Ladies' Benevolent Society, so that their organised existenc...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 3. Present-The Mayor (James Turner, Esq.), and Councillors Ford, Oldham, Patterson Gardiner, and Tullett. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 December 1866

. .N 101 PIAL IN'TEi.LL.IG N Ec. ST. KIL '-A -OOUNCIL. . ?~AONIDAY, DECEMBRR,3.' .Present-The Myor (James Turner, ), Sand CouricillorsI Ford, Oldham, Patterson, Gardiner, and .Tullett. 'The minutes of the previous meeting,were read and confirmed. S CORfLESPONDENCR. Letters were reld From H, Selwyn Smith, asking the per mission of the council to erect some granite nillars along thelsouth side of Milton-street, from the eastern to the western corner of his property, in order to indicate where the, foot Path is intended to be, and to prevent the continuation of the traffic of carts and horse men over it; also requesting to be informed nf the width of the ..footpaith. Councillor Ford, in moving that the request be com plied with, [under the supervision of the surveyor, reminded the council that during bteir annual inspection of the borough they were;alnost unanimously of opinion tliat thd ame .should be: done. . Councillor Oldham ,.nnded the motion, which was carried. From tue - fown Ui...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 December 1866

DWIGHT, Near Parliament Houses, Melbourne, S OLICITS inspection of tile largest and most Svaluable collection of Books, new and second hand. Catailcoes gratis, posted 6d Libraries and small parcels of books Iurclhsed for cash. THIIOMAS VERGA, Commercial and General Printer, Paper Bag Manufacturer, &c., 78 Russell-street, Melbourne, and William son-street, Sandhurst. ALWAYS on hand a large and varied assortment of Grocers', Storekeepers', Fruiterers', and Con fectioners Bags. Prices far below any other house n the colony. Coals, Coke. &c. JAMES F. HAY, Junction Coal &Wood Depot HIGH STREET, ST. KILDA, And at Spencer Street Station, Melbourne. Agent for Coeckbill's Bonedust. COKE! COKE! COKE! Economical Fuel. THE COLLINGWOOD GAS COMPANY I.Is prepared To deliver Good Gas Coke, in large or small quantities Town or suburbs. THOMAS VASEY, Secretary Miscellaneous. PRo Bpso PBLrproo I V P 0 R T A. EN '? To the Public, Timmigrants, Diggers, Seamen, and Others. A. LE V...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 December 1866

POLICE INTEL.LIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBISR 3. BefoJre W, Templeton, J. B. Crows, and G. Young, Esqs, " OMALL DBFrs. Knox Bris. v, Patrick Conway. Goods, £1 1is. 7d. Tihe defendant disputed a por tion of the debt. The magisriates nwarded the amount, with costs,--Alexander Macadam v. George De Bluaquiere. Goods, £1 lo0s. No aplpearnco. for defendant. Amount awarded, with 5s. costs.o-Marggaot Balcom, a dpmnestio servant, summoned Adnam Smith for £1 for wages, but tihe case was dismissed plaintiff having left delfendant's employ without giving notice,--Jtimes Kindler v. William Davies,' Goods, 10s. 6d. No ap pea.runce for plaintiff. Dismissed with Gs. coSts.-Edward..Hall,. surgeon, summoned Joseph Spooner, for £5 3s. Gd. for medical attendance. Mr. Weller for plaintitf, and Mr. Walker for defenduant. . The account in cluded medicines sm:pplied, and Mr. Templeton said the summoits shonld have beien for work and labour, andil for goods sold and delivered. Mr. Weller contended ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 December 1866

Music. LEE and KAYE, 84 Coillns-street east S(opposite Mechanics' Institute), beg to call atten tion to theor stock of superior PIANOFORTES. Instruments Tuned, &e. It. J. P A L I N G PIANOFORTE and MUSIC W'A'REHlOUSE, 35 Collins-street east. Solo agent for Eraid's and Auchers Frcres' world. renowned pianos. R. I. P. begs to inform the inhabitants of lMel bourne and surrounding districts, that in order to mnak room for extensive improvements, hi will 0 F F E R OFFER His magnificent stock of P I A N -O S And IHARMONIUMhS (Numbering upwards of 200 insttruments) At very GREATLY IIEDUCIUED PRICES. N.B.--Instruments for sale or hire on most liberal terms during alterations. Livery Stables, &c. COMMERCIAL STABLES, PRAlRAN. Saddle and l rness Iorses, Iuggies, and otler vehicles for hire at the shortest notice. LIVERY AT THE LOWEST R&TES. HIorses Bought, Sold, or Exchanged. All Orders for Cars strictly attended to. Sober and, Steady Drivers may be relied on. 4ir HORSE...

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SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 2. SITTINGS IN BANCO. RE THE MAYOR OF ST. KILDA EX PARTE GILMORE (APPELANT). [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 December 1866

SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, DEcEMJDOR 2. SITTINGS IN BANCO. RE THE MAYOR OF ST. KILDA EX PARITE GILMORR (APPELANT). A statutory rule nisi, obtained under tlhe Justices f the Peace Statutes, 1io5 (No. 207), sec. 136, by - Gilmnore, to prohibit justices sitting in Petty Sessions at St. Kilda, and Tile Boroughl of St. Kilda, from further proceeding on " an order" made by the justices on the application of the borough, for payment ofrates claimed from Gdmore, as owner of property at St. Kilde Rates were claimed as for many years, some alleged to be due before the Justices of thle Peace Statute was passed, and others since then; but in respect ofall alike a summon had been issued as if fbr thile payment ofa debt The" order" in respect of frirther proceeding on which the defenldant now sought r'o Iibition, was mide as to a rate chidmed a due before the passing of thile Justices Stntute Mr. C. A. Smith for Gilmore in support o the rule. M1r, Fellows for tile borough against the rule. NIr. Webb ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 December 1866

BOR UG .. RAHRA_ . OTICO is hereby ?iven, that the Council of the Boroulgh' of Prabran have, with the consent of the Gowurnor-in-pouncil, provided for the 8LAUGHTE:RING of CATTLE at the ST. KILDA and RICIH 9ND ADBATTOIRS, and the s.mo are now ready for public use. Any person slaughtering any cattle (including ram, ewe, nideher, lamb, goat, kid, or swino or dress any careassjfor sale as food of man within the limits *of this bdrdugh otljer than the slaughtr-houses which were' iA use as such before and at the time of * the passine of the M?nicipal Corporations Act 1863, or the slnuhter-houscs provided as above, will after the oexpiratlon of ten rIdays from the publication of this notice be liableo thr a penalty not exceeding five pounds for every such offence. Notice is hereby further given thlat the Mayor and Council have appointed Mr. Alfred Lynch the in spector of( olaughterdhouses and of cattlol intended for slaughter. Dated this lst day of December, 1866. I J OHN CRAVEN, S * I To...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 December 1866

- ~. Banks. ... ? ,. /. ?,71? :? i-/.;- .? TEre NA TION aL -BANL. ?d AS-, .TRALASIA. 'PRAURAN BRANCH. OChapel Street. •iaid-up Capital l .. ... £544,000 Beserve Fund.. .. ... 135,000 . The following rates of INTEREST are allowed o money deposited at tlis Branch, viz.': Oo Deposits at so0days' notice, 4 per cent. per an.. ,, 3 months' ,, 5 , 6 12 ,, ,, 7 ,, 12 SBusiness Houre ren 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 hours of Nine and Ten o'clock on: SATURDAY EYENINGS.. GIOeOE E. ToLHTURsaT, Manager. JOHN LEVY&SONS'DISCOUNT BANK '(Liability Unlimited). Corner of Collias-street west and William-street, (Premises formerly occupied by the Bank of New South Wales.) Notice to the Public.. On and after thle talet September, the old-established firm of John Levy and Sons will be prepared to receive a limited sum of i-ON'EY ON DEPOSIT. Interest will be allowed as follows. On Dep...

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THE ST. KILDA TOWN-HALL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 December 1866

TI?HE StL'. KILDA TOIWN-HALL QUESTION.. With all due respect to. the borough council of St. Kilda,. we mulst say that their decision. upon this question is not satisfactory. Neither do.we think it is a settlement of the question. Those ratepayers wiho, like our selves, believe that St. Kilda not only requires a more commodious town-hall, but can tfford to erect one, have nodesire to push our views unfairly. But we do most decidedly object to having them put on. one side in. the. way that was done on MIonday evening. We are quite willing to. submit to the verdict of the rate payers, and we claim that, in common fair ness,. the subject should be thus tested. It is not a question to.be decided either way by a bare majprity of the council. The memorial, signed by 108 ratepayers, asking thecouncil to purchase the property offered,, was treated w.itl but scant courtesy. It surely deserved consideration at the hands of the Public Works Committee; but it seems that body had made up. its min...

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THE DEPUTATION NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 8 December 1866

THEI DEPUTATION, NUISANCR, To giumlbl is an Englisbhmn's privilege. Permitted to. do.so openly, ani without let or hindrance, he is usually a harmless animal enough, Attempt, however, to stop him, or even chbck him, in the exercise of this. dearly cherished right, and lie becomes decidedly dangerous. It would be like tying down the s foty-.valve of an engine-the annoyance of the noise caused by the harmless escape of the superabundant steam would be avoided, but at the risk of a dangerous explosion.. Our governing classes-and when we say our we speak of England quite as much as Australia have fully appreciatqd. this truth, and made ample prepaiation to meet it. Unlike con tinental nations,. they seldom repress the ex pression of opinion, and, as a consequence, also unlike oontinental nations, they seldom have to.. ' repress" their subjects. by the bayonet. The nation that possesses, a free Parliament and a fiee press, together with the right of public meeting and petitioning the leg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 December 1866

Coals, Poke. &c. .JAM E.S F. HAY, Junctioni Coal & Wood Depot HIGH STREET, ST. KILDA, And at Spenrpr Street Station. Melbourne. Agent for Cookbill's Bonedust. COKE ! COKE! O6KE! Eronomienl Fuel. HE COLLTNGWOOD GAS (?OMPANY Ts nrepnred To deliver Good Gas Coke, in larce or small quantities Town or slhurhs. THOMAS VASEY, Secretary : Furniture, Tronmongery. &e. . JACOB MILLER, Furniture & Bedding Wzarehouse, HIGH STREET. JUNCTION, FT. RnDA. Manttresose made to Order end itestuffed. Fur. niture carefully removed and pocked for Shipment. Corpet nndoe. cleaned, and hlld down. SN.B.-Furniture repaired, polished, bought or exchanged. Goods bought at ouctlon on com mission. ':he Cheapest House in Victoria. WM. STERRY & SONS, VENETIAN, SPRING, & ALL OTHER KINDS 134 Russell Street. Melbourne EsTABLISHED 1854. F. M?ORRISH,': 65 Chancery Lane, I AND its NAPIER STREET, EMERAfD HILL. Pianofortes and Funaiture carefully Cleaned ana Repolished. ý?.HIE ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 December 1866

[L EE and KIAYE, 84 Collls-~snuet east L (opposite Mechanics' Insltiute), beg toedolt atten tion to their stock of superior PIANOFoUttrEd. Instruments Tuned, &e. R. J. P A L I G O PIANOFORTI'E and MU?IC W AIEttIUUSE, 35 Collins-street east. Solo agent for Erard's'tand Auchers Freres' world renowqed pianos. RI. P. hegs to inform the inhabitants of Mel bourne and surrounding districts, that in order to make room for extensive improvemcnts, hin will O F F E R His magnificent stork of P I A N O S And S HARMONIUMS (Numbering upwards of 200 instruments) At very GREATLY REDIU(CED PRICES., N.B.-Instruments for sale or hire on wmot liberal terms during alterations. Livery Stables, &c. COMMERCIAI, STABLES, PRAIRAN. Saddle and Harness Horses, Buggies, an l other vehicles for hire at the shortest notic. . LIVERY AT THE LOWEST RATES. .Horses Bought, Sold, or Exchanged. All Orders for Cars strictly attended to. Sober and Steady Drivers may be relied on. 9, HORSES SENT TO THE PADtD...

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CHRIST CHURCH SCHOOLS, ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 December 1866

CHRIST CHURCH SCHOOLS, ST. KILDA. A concert in aid of the building fund of the. above schools. was given last Thurday evening by some' of the children, in the school-house, "Aeland-street. The room, which was tastefllly decorated wit~ . 4 was well filled Iby a 'most rd audience, who . evidently., greatly erjt'e, tihe evening's entertainment.- About 70 children took part in the various perform, aices, and they.gave the greatst satisfactiond to the audience,, as was evidenced by. the frequent bursts. oifapplause. Several pieces, amongst which. w:would particularly men' tior " Oh. Listep to the Cuckoo's Song' and "Hail Smiling MIorn," elicited encores. A very pretty hymn, composed by F. P. Seddon, Esq., was, also given with very good effect., Miss; Fanny 'Hamilton, who pos sesses a very swvpt voice, sung several solos in a superioji manner. Iu "The Exile" shewas. very good, ,and ii " What is Home without a Mother.?": she received an encore. J. 5. Seddon, Esq.' the honorary organist of ...

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 December 1866

FRIDAY, DLmcEMBnER 14. Before the Mayor (James, Turner, Esq), Sand Messrs. W. Ford, apd Wilson. MINOH OFFENqES. :M.L,: Watson was fined 10s. for removing sapd without a licence from Hotlam-street, East St. Kilda.-Patrick Fleming was charged with being drunk and as he had been several itimes before the bench on a similar charg e e was fined 10s., witli the alternative of seven days' imprisonment r-Pur allowing the Yan Yeun water to rui to waste, Eliiza berthl Rashall, Thomas Fealsy, and William Line, were each fined 2s. dd.--Joseph Liddle was charged-with a similarlul ofence, but lie pleaded that there was no a yitldence to show that tbepI had been any ung'lig'eJ.ce either on his partr or on any person iinhis employ: The bench after a loig- cun.ýultation together cale to the conclusion tIlha the water did run to waste, and inflicted a ppnalty ofu' . Od. Jaines Ure and Charlls Prouse were also fiued in the same amiunt fbor similar offence. John Richards was hclhniged with obstructing ...

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GARDINER DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 December 1866

GAtRDI ER DISTRIO'[ BOARD. 'T his board held its meeting on. Wednesday last when MAlessis: T. G. Henry (chairman), Barr Alay,.' Woodmnason, and ,liddleton were piesent. .'lien minutes of,.tlaereriois general and annpeal meetings were renn confirmed. Amongst tlie corres otnilence ass a letter fiom rthe' collector to. te Melbourta Lyiing:inHospitetl, 'soliciting a contribut io towal?ds the, funds of that institution. the clerlk was instiructed to write stallng l; t the board rearetted the act did not. allow thel t vote their fhnds in that nmannoe.-?From th Moorabbin Boarl,.askidg the board's coc0pr tion to urge upon the Government t ashba "th ment of tolls on malid roads, and that th maintenance should' be 'a clh!r gon onh revenue' 6f the, colony. Received Frothl Caulfield. District Board, statingu tla it n considered 'desirable that the :road boatd iiinterested should particilpate in the a.uca'ng ment of tshe St. Kilda-road toll, ail aning illis boaid to use its, intfluence:ir' obtte...

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