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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 December 1866

S'F. kILiDA ' oIURT. I'UESDAr, DecEa?nen 11. B13fore the Mayr (James Turner, &sq.), and Messrs. Tl'ullett, Wilson.: arid Baillie. MINOIR oFPNVChks. Charles 'ray suinmoned ilobert 'Murray for abusive and cLhratening language. The parties asr neighbsours, and the dispute arose "i the first place by the defendant informing Odr inspector of a nuisane, in plaintiff's yard. "Md FridiOv last an altrcanrionl ensued, and on retirray beinil crilletd ita crlon informer, he naine:'.1 try csllin "J tis.os Jaoir n&R e tracri ija. wifir fnaa ·Joln Ity,.. ,in,: n,,ed for leaving his hoirse and cart unpr"ote.:ed 'in Alma-road, and finerl I1.--lichael O'Connor was sum moned for .lehaving Iris horse unprotected in the street, and fined 5s.-Charles Ousley, in his nonr-appearance, was fined :lOs. for leavin, hid hotrdg unprotected on fie fotpath. MAilcs Fnarl:ington for leaving Ijis horse in the street was fined 5s. I SMALL DEBTS., QOwen Kennedy. v. H. Lee. Special sum mans, E£ 5s. T'he ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. SOUTH YARRA v. RICHMOND SECOND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 December 1866

OCRICKET. Sou'ra YnuILA v. Rlt.cMuoND S'ecoND lil.VELN. A. match was played between the abohe clubs on Saturday af ierioon, thu 8th ins;., hn the ground of the former, whicih terinimn;t:d in fth our of the South Yarrta Cl(ub by a hlarI' uiajrity. 'l'ie foirmer club winning the tos:s, puit their oponents il filst, who \were easily disposed of fotr thi: small score of 88 runs. When the 7r,ih wicket tell, they intrulmed the captain of tin ioulth Yurra Club that thlley were three men short; he at once oflereid e to allow them to-put in substitutes, hut tlhe Richmond mien positively declined, to acclpt the offer. The South Yarrl men then weiit to the 'wickets, givihng theiii opponents three 1men1, to field fbr thern in pilce of those that were absent; 'ind in spite of all that the Rlichmnnd team coul dtlo, after chimging the bowling some four or five times, the third wicket fell bfor 41 nuns,, the remaindei r running up. atre score to 105 in excellent style.' 'The batting of Messr1s. \lo...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 December 1866

E INTELLIGENCE. SPRA HIR1 N COU IRT. MOONDAY, DitCE,-,sti 10. Belhre Messrs. W. Templeton, J. B. Crews, and G. Young. rgMINOR OFFi i"C.S; - John M1'Dannell wls c?lirgedr with per milting two cows to bl!it !tir. Defteudnt, who was representeld b3iis wife, pleaded that they had trot awavy f'rt the boy who was in cliurge of them. Fine s.--W. Edwards .v. tiiies Lovick. Ilerenion of a dogcart, valued at £5. Complainant stated that hlie had lent a dogcartl to the defendant on con dition that lie shloll purchase it by paying 2s. 6d. per week till the amount was paid off. On admitting that he, had received a portion of the money, the bench held thait lie had sold the property, and it could not therelbre be illegally detained. He could sue ftor the balance. Case dismissed. " SMALL DIBrPS. Carl Schaefer v. John A M. Loughnan. Work and labour, £16 6s.. 8d. Compllinsnt, an accountanr, said he had been employed by the def'endant to examine certain accounts' relative to soame station property, wh...

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 — 15 December 1866

GENERAL NEWS. At a recent meeting of the borough council of Sandhurst, it was unanimously resolved to allow the mayor £800 a year " for the reliel of the pool and in payVment of expenlses neces sarily incurred in filling the office." An example that might be ftilowed by other monicipalities. A tvle;r:tm from Sydneyin the daily papers of Monday last, announced tlat " Madame Durand, of Lyster's Company, attended re hearsal this morning, and on retiring home lay down upon the bhd to rest. A short time afterwards she was found dead. On ex amination, the bause of death was pronounced to be heart disease." By permission of Colonel Trevor, the band of the 14th Regiment will play in the Bo tuaical-gardens every Tnesday afternoon ,ur ing the sunumuer months, from four o'clock to six. The disputed Fitzroy mayoralty case was decided in the Supreme Court on Monday Ihe Court did not consider whether Mlr. M'Kean was voted to the chair two minutes befolre or two' mininutes after 12 o'clock on the ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 December 1866

THURIISDAY, DiOLc'IMiR 13. Belore the MaIyor (E. L. Vuil, Esq.), aind Jaumes Mason, Esq. MINORt )FFENCES. George Barnes was summoned by Ml r rowley for pulling down uand inuring lir as a :.:wedure. M . Walker, for the i??: t., ? ld the dum'l gn doe 'had arisen ,, of at dispute betwveen the plhýintifl 'and his '".tt's wife anmd tie fit ,n: had been m..inter in a :irn,,l which loet it in ,,t', a?· ,,,. di in l it..:: wae before. 'rhe S:?,'::..o .i'; , n: t ? s., o. in! definlt, "':- ,a;,-, in ,is ioni:. - ;'. ter v. Saine. .8 s!:I . " '-:'ir,tiff said I? . . mud eaitedon ;,,u I :p. ".?r' hii :., :: weit he had hle. ie hAd curnatren:i.. ,' 1 c?e, on £1 .in;: ' it:+o th, p ,a r, 0 pse strnok I: + ; c:, : ..'.+nStru :r . hixb ,.,ed wilh steanling two blankets, the I prlolertvot 'IT'hm Cuinqiuest. The prisoner pleaded guilty to taking one, and in. extenuation of his offence pleaded drunkenness. The lanch said drunkenness could not be taken as pn excuse. They ordered him to be imprisoned f...

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 — 15 December 1866

Banks. THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUS ` ; TRALAIA, PRAHRAN BRANCH. Chapel Street. Paid-up Capital ... ... £540,000 Reserve Fund... ... ... 135,000 The following rates of INTEREST are allowed on money deposited at this Branch, viz.:- - On Deposits at 80 days' notice, 4 per cent. per ann. ,, months , 6- ,, t 12 - n 7 t?,. Business Hours ten 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 EVENINGS. GEORGE E. TOLHURST, Manager. JOHN LEVY& SONS' DISCOUNT BANK (Liability Unlimited:; Corner of Collins-street west and William-street, (Premises formerly occupied by the Bank of New South Wales.) Notice to the Public. On and after the lest September, the old-established firm of John Levy and Sons will be prepared to receike a limited sum of MONEY ON DEPOSIT... Interest will be allowed as follows. On Deposit Receipts at 14 days 4 per cent. per ann. , 8 months...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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VICTORIA V. NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 December 1866

VICTORIA V. NEW SQUTH WALES. The fifth Intercolonial Rifle Match betlween thei picked shots of Victoria and Newl outh Wilds has ended'in a splindid victory for our rivals. Ninety points is a large and crushiing majority. It leaves no room for question or caiil. We have been beaten, soundly beaten, even after making every allowance fur the ingenious ..suggestions offered to account fur our defeat. The majority is by far.the largest ever made in any of .these matches, and one which at-the close of the second day's shooting no one could have anticipated. At the lower ranges we managed to hold our own, and even, by a fluke or two on the partof our opponents, t take.the lead; but no sooner 'iwre the long ranges commenced than the superiority, of tlhe'Ne south Wales team coni menced to manifest itself. , At 700 yards they began tlhat steady, i'griiduallfuoring' aheadi wvhich the often brilliant buit desultb6r efforts oi our men could do nothing to stay. Thei'r mijority of 14 it this' dist...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 December 1866

I"i ME'MORANDA. The English and European mail, due in Melbourne on Thursdady, was not telej;raphed ru'm:Adelaide until Friday morning. The news she brings us is of a very unexciting char actei'. DMr. Kaye's Vocal Union gave a concert 6an Thurs lay eveing at. the orderly room of the St. Kilda Artillery, in aid of the building fund. The room is very co;mmodious, and admirably suited for' the pur poses for which it has been built, but as a concert% room we cannot speak highly of its meirts. Two ensigns, looped up with a stand of yrms betIveeh them, formed a back ground to the orchestra, and witlh the numerous uniforms amongst the iaudience, the room presented quite a iilitiary appearance. The part singing was, as might be expe'cted, most ex cellent, !with the exception of Wobbe's finue glee "?.When winds breathe soft," in whltch certain tenors got. quite over ttha traces. "The lark's song" " Tyroleso rolkslied," . "\Voodbird,"':" In spring time," "Come, Dorothy, come~f, a?,.jndeed, all...

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

i MONDAY, DECEMBER 17. Sale of Household Furniture, Horses, Dogcarts, Phaetons, Wdggons, Agricultural and Gardening Imple amerts, &c. At Emloch, Charlevillo-road. Malvern, Near the residences of Messrs. Hebden, Sloggat, Osborne, &e. IMR. JAMES EVANS is instructed by Mrs. Har JY. risen (previous to her removal from the neigh bourhood) to SELL by AUCTION, at eleven a.m,, as above, Her furniture and effects, comprising that of drawingroom, diningroom, two bedrooms, bath and dressing rooms, &c.; plate and Glassware, kitchen and loundry requisites. Express-waggon, two phaetons, two dogcarts, horses, agricultural and gardening imple. ments, &c. Also, 20 loads of short-cut firewood. Sale at eleven a.m. Monday, December 17, Printed catalogues at sale, and at auctioneer's offices, opposite Gardiner's Creek.road station. THURSDAY,' DECEMBER 20. For Positive Sale. Two Very Respectable Well built Two-storey Filst-class Houses for Sale, in Wallace-street, Tohrak, ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 10. Present—The Mayor (E. L. Vail. Esq.), and Councillors White, Brown, Widdicombe, Crews, Lacey, Ogg, and Young. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 15 December 1866

1M1UNIIPAL IANTELLIGENCE P ?HRAtry COUNCIL. : M.: ONDAYJ DEcaO?fBER 10. present-T'he M'ayor (E:; L. V 'il. Eesq.itand "Councillors White, Brown,a Widdicombe, Crews, Lacey, Ogg, and. Young. The- minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed CORRESPONDENCE. Letters were read Firom. th'e Depairment of Public Works, stating, that the hont. Cominissioner could, not approve of the proposed improvements, in Gardiner's Creek roiid; Tborik.' is ouch works ivould necessitate the alteration of others in connexion with the lodge at the approaches to Toorak-house. ".Councillor Ogg mdved that the lettei'be received. Councillor White seeconded. 'Councillor' Crews 'thought it '.hould be referred to the Public Works Coin mittee, as, although the work could not be done at present, still at some' future date, ::whlien the Governor's household was removed, "they might have an opportunity of altering the gradient :of.the road. If the letter was simply. received the .matter ,would. there end. lkH.e...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 December 1866

CHRISTMAS. A truce to politics! Whether loca! or greneral, pIetty or grand, we for this wiveek discard them--anSye, even though there are one or two tempting subjects, which at any other season of the year would be specially acceptable. Butl such now woo us in vain. For is not Christmas--dear'old Christmias close upon us ? aid is not that sufficient excuse for refusing to indulge any feelings but tlhose of which his presence is provocative ? Who cares to discuss the merits or demerits o: the Ministry-the r lative value of friee Ir.?le or protection--or even the claims of rival ntyorse, whlen jolly old Christmas is knoc)sing at the door? And who will refitse to pen nd let him ? Who is there that will not give him a hearty welome ? He "comes but once a year"--thlough certes the years seem to pass mucls quickler now than whep we wvere in our teens. And does hie not bring` with him a.crowvd of isleasures--both retroslpective and prospective ? Ile is a genial, kIind, ch eery old fellowv....

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CAULFIELD DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 December 1866

I CAULFI?LD DISVRICTrF BOARD. This board held an 'adjourned mesting on Monday evening last, Mr. S. Masters (cIhi - mian) ipresiling. Amongst the correspon dence was a letter from MIr. John libury, iaskcinglan extension of time for the finishing of a contract ibr fencing Paddy's Swamp, 'as the conraector conuld not supply himself with iposts. Two months' time was given in addition to th't of the contract.-A letter tinot tlhe towvn clerk of Melbourne, in answer to a communication of the board, stated that t'ie corpboration had no objection to Mh. Halt being appointedl to represenat the district in the management of the Brighton-rnad toll tend if" the other bodice interested wotild g'ree tf tthat beifi done. A letter from t ie Chief Secretary's Department, in unswer to a minmodrial from residents in thie disntrict, pray ing fior the establishment of a police station at Caulieltld, stated that a mounted constable wSuld Ibe stationed in a house which hld bein obtained for the purpose fir...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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WESLEY COLLEGE v. ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 December 1866

WESLEY COLLEGO V. ALBERsr. A mitch woas played boii ?etlrday last on the Mveall ?ronnd, between tliohe above men tioned tlubs, nod resulted in an easy victory Ibr tire former. For the College; Lamb nmade 18 runs, Grice 9, and BInnslhanrd 8. For the Albert,-.Evans and HTacker made 9 a'specti?vel.' The1 bowiling of Messrs. King and O'Connor for thie Alberf was ootld, and that of thie Collegeo also, MIr. Lamb tarking 5 wiciets, anrd Blanshardl 5 also. iThe scores are as follows:- COa.rEu.v. ArLnERT. oern. b oKlg- - - Scrlet c Boeanslardr b Catlord. b'Conor - - tal - - - 4 Lamb, b KCing ,- - - ts Lckccoad b Lamb - o Aearnom. b ritag - -2 Gaold, b Lame . S a Bdylashrdte tlcarft bKelng 8 Cofthe oeru, b Ylrtvhard 1 Dolphrin. b 'Colrni?r - - 3 HacketC Dtlpchicn b Danieltl incker.'b O vConnor t '-rBlanhnrd' - - s Pearee, eond bQ Connor' - 3 Klnts g ylriht rs1- - , rtce, not t n- .- -i Sactlllle. hit wticket b Dredge.bt 'Coasor - -0 Latr - - - a Lupton, oEvaes,b O'eConnor 7mCoeenor. b ttntant...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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AN EXPLANATION. To the Editor of the Telegraph. WESLEY COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 December 1866

Xg EXPLANATION. To de Editor ofthe Te'eqnralh. WVi r~ay CoTma.ro. Sir,-Perceiving in your issue of Saturday, 8rth December, a tat.tement sonlmwhatt disparaging to the honour. of the, above criclket club in connexion with is ratch, they. played with .the RIysloeigh, arising doa'tle'ns from the infoinratioif you received, permit me to plce in y'our hands a fair statement of the conditions lentered' into.. I When the game was first arraiged they wecre, "that if time prevented a second inningn from being colmenced tile match td bie decided by the first, but if a second innings were commenl:ced the result to be regulated by that." There must ctrtainly have LJcen some misunder stanhding bo'tihe part of our Hysleigh friends, or suchl a misreprcsdntation couldl scarcely have taken 'place' Trusting you will rectify the error aid ilward justice to whom it is due, I. remain, Yours respectfually, lH I i. CATFORD. ecember i. , 18C. ... The iannal' cricket fimatch between the Town and Ct9utry Pie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 December 1866

. 1Mi laneous. P. C O IPBELL, .read, andoBiscttit Baker; S P. sTH rllc iK i l CONFECTIONER, FITZ30Y STREET, ST. KILDA. PI'ull:,- l Private Plprties supplied wilt jellies, custirds, Ih.liiiiimange,'and any other cticle ill the trade at lowest prices. BRIlDE and other CAKES made to orderonl the t-horlest notice. BEST BRE-ll dlelivereda'id St. Kildn and sur romnding dlistriCt daily. CO.M.'MII 1CIAL IOAD, PRAIHIRAN TVILLxr.IA.I xMIx.LLE, Baker and Confeetioner. IN relitrinig tlihnks to his friends and cratoiners fir their favours daring the inst, scernteen v legs to inform tlem that lie has'JEIMOVED to hip new premises nenrly opposite the old where all orders will be punctually attended to. Families waited upon daily. Soirees. Balls, wi* ddiiingBreakfiats, &c., got up in first-class style. Wrddilg Cakes always on hand. Sept., 1866., SW. T. GREENLAND, BOAT- BUILDER to Her Majesty, to SII.R.H. Prince of Wales, builder of nearly ill the winning h:ots in the various regattas since 1...

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OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 December 1866

lgAKLEIGII' AND.MULG RAVE 1.-- . BOARD." An anljonrned meeting of this board was hold on 'Il usdayo- last, wlseon Missrs. E. lMay (chairman), Mihler, Dews', MaBrlile, ui i Wolstenholme, wesei presenlt. 'lTb. miiiuses if thh previous neet:ing weire read and con firmed. Amongst the corr''esphmontelsce was is letter from the Roads and lhridges Office, stating tlhat prior to any dleuotation waiting pn thie hIon. Commissioner of RIoads ned ,,idges, ihe should be fist apprised of it in riiting, with a statement of tihe business to he briought forwv;rd. Recceived.-Fromn the foorebbin District Bo'rd, asking the co 4peral;ion of this hoard in urging upon the Government the adlvisability of abiolishing tolls, theo maintonance of the roads to be a qhargs on the consolidated revenue of the y'olony. Received.-From the managers of the Main , Dalnenong-raad, Higih-street, HFadls Gully, and Sotchmlnan's Creek-road tolls, forwarding this boasrds proportion of the proceeds of the above tolls.-Fromn t...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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SPEECH DAYS. WESLEY COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 December 1866

SPEEC? DAYS. WESLEY COLLEGE. The annual speech-day of the above insti tution ,came off on Wednesday last at the College in the 8t. Kilda-road. His Excellency, Wilo presided, was accompanied by Lady, Manners Sutton, Miss Manners Sutton, and the private secretary. Wealso observed on the platform, the IIon. A. Firaser, Esq., MI.L..,, I- Sherrard, Esq., J. T. Harcourt,. Esq., and the Rev. G. Mackie, &c., &c. I On the.l .arval of Tiis Excellency and party, the proceedings commenced by the pupils singin. !' Ool Save the Q?eon" ant chanting tile sixty-seventh psalm, after which the Rev. J. S. Waul, the president of tihe! institution, read a report which as wvell as the one read'i the ihead master, we shall give in full next week. ' . 'iThe pupils then proceeded to read and re cite several pieces, and to peTrform in a very excellent manfer'some part soiins; tihe pro gr'amme, hinwever, lbein slightily varied on nccounirit of sniib' of the 'ytrun' gentlemen being ill of thie p...

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 — 22 December 1866

MEMORANDA. Vo understand that thle entries for tile forth comilng Prahran Annual Rices will close on Mon lay, at thle Rifleman's Arms 'JhapAl-street. The St. Kilda Annual tRaces oald Athletic Sports sill take placeo on thle town cnomlmoa (opposite tlhe Village B.lle), (Its Tuesday istnd Wcdlae.day next. It will be seen by an advertismnent in another column that t all tlhe respectabe dirapers ill Prabran will close their shops on Boxibg-iay." We hope the result wi.l show that thley'are all' respectable." A coicerc was given in theb. Town-hall, Prahran on Tuesday evening last, for the benefit of time two little childres of tile late Dr. i)'Sullivan, a gentleman well kiown in Sc IKilda a few.years back. Tisese little ones, it seems, were placed some time igo under thle care. of Mrs. Liweiok, but their mother appears to have left the colony, nnd for many monthis past no fulds Ihae bees aniable either for their tuition or support, and but for tilhe kilsiness of tls ladiy and hier family ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 December 1866

-Bsri~rsii fectory ,?A. F?Whi~te.Chemtstr Drugisat (the po s o.ce) Chrape tl stree r :Prahran ,, .t h , smor? Wh ,,isia-s, RO , Retail F?:rc.r . Chapel street,, opphsite Uuiot-e'lredI, Praliran, Soeuel Levitt, Wttdrhmaker, Jeweller, Sli;er smith, Highiktreet, St. tilda. Ros; Booolos~ller ~ttioiier, &., Chapel-stree't; prahene, opposite Townsshahl. J. iRomanis, Funerkl Unertaker, Chapel-satreet. pramrian, and Gardirer'¶ Creek-road, South Yarra, SJames Firman, Boitmalder, Argyle-street, South Yarre, near Argo-street Railway Bridge. Bic4s. -TH NATIONAL BANK OF AUS TRA LASIA. PRAHR AN BRANCH. * Chapel Street. Pald-up Capital £540o,000 Reserve PFund... ...... 135,000 ' The following rates pf INTEREST are allowed on msey deposited at this Branrh, viz.: On Deposits at 80 days' notice, 4 per cent. per ann. sm'onths' ,, 5 . i " .12' . ·: .,, 7. Business Hours fen to Three; Saturdays, Ten to Twelve. And for the convenience of the publie this Branch will be OPENED for tie receipt of de...

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

igluttidpt~g BOROUGH OF ST. KILDA. NOTICE is hereby given that the OFFICES of thle Corporation will be CLOSERI) from Saturday, the 22Id inst., to Thursday, the 3rd January, except on Manldy, tile 31st inst., whenlr they will be open from 9 o'clock a.o, to I o'clock p.m. for the issue~ of Licensee. By ? order." y o r. E. BRADSHAW, - Town Clerk. Town-hlal, St. Kihla. December 18, 1866. EMERALD' HILL MARKET OPE 11 .ON MONDAY, 24TH "DEC., ,"..: From THREE p.m. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR A TRANSFER OF A PUBILICAN'S LICENSE. !eO the Bench of Mngistrates at Prahran, in j theCulonyof Victorit.-I, 1MATILDA POWEl, the hohler of a Putlbliciin's License for the house nld premises known as the Gardiner's Creek.road lotel, situate ut 'rhbran, do hereby give notice thlnt it is my intention to napply to the Justices sitting at the Court of rlcty Sessions to be holden .t Prhrars, on the 31st day of lecember, to TRIANSFERI the said LICENSE to William Poa'er, of Soulth Yarra, gettleman. Given un...

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