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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 December 1866

POLICEl INTELLIGENCE. PRAfl[RAN COURT. MoNdiAy, DECpEMBER 17. Before Messrs. W. 'i'enpleton, J. B. Crews, and G. Young. nonntturv. Henry and John Gibson, fatlher and son, were charied s ith steanling three geess :and a. turkey. Lonssable M Loughllan stated tlhat on the night of the 1'5th inst., he watched the prisoners' house in Hardy-str?it, Windsor, and at four.o'clock in the mourning saw the pIrisoners' leave their house !or-St. Khilda. The elder one bal a bag. Followid them tb the back of the C, iterion Hotel, 'St: Killis, wbeei he saw.,the younger prisoner koo~l over some Ibwvls, whiot the elder one put in his bag. Witness then lost sirght of theid'l Sw ihem nfter'vards comed hoime iith som biliing bulky in their bag. Inquired wlhi~:' they had in it, when they said it wias wood. Looked into the bag himnself and saw thlree- geese and a turkey. Thie younger. pnrisoner said they had got them at St. Kidia. M?ir.. C. IHunter, landlord of the. Prince lot WVVles IHotel, St. Kdda, said...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 December 1866

FRIDAY, DuECEMBaER 1. Befibre the. Mayor (James I 'lTrner, Esq..), and Messrs. Sydes, Tull'tt, Baillie, Van Hemert, Patterson, and Gill. MINoR COFFENCES. John Lynch was summonfed by Richard West fbr using nbasive and threatening lan gitage. T'he defendant did not appear. Tihe plaintiff stated that thie deflndant had come to his shop and abused himin a very voilent manner. Fined 2qs., anl 5so costs; in defalt, seven days' imprisnnment.-Messrs. W. Rose, George Young, Tl'homas M'Cormrick, Frederick Grayson, and James M'Callister were fined smatll amounts fbe nllowing goats to wander.-''lThomas IIanariln was finoedl 5s. for alloting a cow to wander.-Phmlio e Addlis was fined 2S. 6,1. for ullowing the Yan Yean watei' to r'tn to waste -James Rhbcrts v. John Fletciher. Damage to property, value £5.- Comlplitinant said tihe dutruage refei red to was various tlterattores matde by sthe debfendtant. Mr. Fletclier said.tie alterations were imntrovements. The case.was dismisse.d. SMALL DEnrO. 'l...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 17. Present—The Mayor (James Turner, Esq.), and Councillors Ford, Oldham, Patterson, Gardiner, Tullett, Peterson, Fowler, and Bunny. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 December 1866

MUNICI,PAL INTELL..IGEN CE .. . l . KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 17. PrBsent--The. Mayor (James Turner, Esq.), d nd Councillors Ford, Oldham, Patterson, Gardiner, 'l'ullett, Peterson, Fowler, and Bunny. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confiinmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Letters were read From the Town Clerk of Brighton, for waiding .a copy of a resolution arrived at rel4tive to the deputation on the hen. Com mtaisioner of Public Works on the Yarra flopds, as follows:--"That it is the unani mous opinion of the council that the central GoVernment should take the necessary steps to p?arry off the storm water of tihe Yarra, so as to prevent from time to time thie dis astvous effects of those floods to life and propelrty along the course of this street, and the exlpense tius incurred'should be defraiyedr. out of the consolidated revenue of the colony, and not by additional taxation on the local bodies." Councillor Bunny moved that it be referred to the Public Works committee to ...

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

CORICK T. ALO,1EOT CLLUBV?. SOU r1o K A1tIA. A phlasnst match was playevd on Saturday nlast between the secand eleven of South Ynrlra and the fitst eleven of the Albert Cricket Clinb. both tennams mad 44 ill their first. innings.. In their second innings the Alberlt matde 86, and there were onlly fiur wickets of the Sooth Yarra team dou en lor O9 when time was eclied. 'Thle bowling of Messrs. Morton, Brown and Tardy for the Southi Yulrra, and Mlesrs. Gool.t and Kiung folr trhe Albert was verTy gipid, anl the b?Lttiig of Mr. King, senior fobr that club was deterving of pr ise. Suljoingd tlre the sc0r'c0 :- - Att:CEur gr.un. I t Anilingr. 2:rd. Inningq. SI'Gcoch.te Say.rsb Tardy 2 e inglaean.0 ltrown - o A:lien, iT tty -- 4 * l-l-t , cd I G-air.b arosn S.OooldhiBawn - -0untnout - -- 3 Eani., Tarny - - I nzaye.s. bttos a Seloeitt.bTnnly - - - 50 brorn- - - '-o iher now- b n - 3sShawbiMorton - -14 lnlde Coente, b Brown 2 b Bro r n J. blung, bi Morton --O, b Morton e - T lrlot, o intl'to...

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

sT: ICILDA. LOLLEGIATE ACADEMY. " Oil.' Fiiday .eenirig, the 14th inst., a fhshlionblle ualdience uisseinibled in: the St. KuiltlI lown iHull to hear thi recittrious, ind to witness the distriuntion of prizes to the Ipulis of the Collegiate Academoy. 'The prOg'r"llt'mie of the Irecitations wis: dalhliirally seltbtelt,iind thle 1pulpils atcquitted tllemselve. in a highly satislactory mintner. 'The mon tain scene, from "\William Tell," wvs vSey firl, performed Icy Bunny (minjr), 'Iid Bunn (minor). Hull, Urquhart (mccjor), iand U'Connor, also ren tere.l their pieces with much feling and effect, the latter reciting a French .piece "Le rat de ville" with a very lair necent. A comedy sketch, entitled " The Attnactive Young "Lady," by Stunders, lteyertz, '?Traepp and Hull, causedl much smusem?n?ent, 'nilnd was ou.lly applaluded. Durting the evening the vyutig gentlemen ,vere examined in vaoious subjects, questions heing put to theri by B. F. 'Buny, Esq., wvho predided, and A. Miller, Esq.,...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 December 1866

'THIIRSDAYi DECEMBErtR 20. Belore the Mayor (e. L. Vil, Esq.), James MiRldn andl G.' Pilley. !-. ASSA U 11. Lnuisa Minchin v. Jane Euartace. Un lawvfl as;alt.f 'lTBs partis'r 1iijf5e in LItrore street,. Windsor. CoirlailaRtrs :ilted that the ithRnliaht IhRid stru?ck lii- a veryj severe blow oi tile foreheat whil tat her own doar, which :she attrihuted to' for hnving given evidence tagnilsr detfbndant in a fitinmer assault cnaset. Shite wa aused tir~ anv.tltri hat comlRlirelrtoryterms. DetHbndi;nt-denied the charale, and Rti l the was corntinutlly annuyedl be ite plinitiff alw'as mimii.king' jer. Ons, thre dly in qiastion, 1RIs .lilRR IRn r Infte r Iher with knifh in hInd, and a volley ot aS'use i her mnouth, aand that thrseIruise on plbin titfs fJbrehead Rwast causedR in wi tness delendiRng Ilrself She vas: 'RivlvRs fill of drink, iul fieqrently w s nfflictiedt with the horrors. lThie cse was Iostpontr d for a week in ordrPr that ldefenldant might lhave an opportunity of subhoening ...

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

. YARAA LODGE ACOADEMY. IThe speelh day of the pa; ils of tihe above academny was held on Tudsiaey 'lvst, the 18th inst., in the Prahrin laon Tow all which was well filla on the occasion by the parents and friends of the pupihg. C. P1'rie, Eq., pre sided. At five o'clock, the time inentioned on the edmission tidkets, the pupils assembled on thi platlbrm, and the proceedings of the dvening'were opened by the boys sing'ing a very pretty hymn "Doversdale," iund ive could not help remarking the very adtmiirable time the boys kelpt,tunder the conduectorship of tLe rev. the rector. This was followed by the recitation of several pieces of v well selected, poetry by various pupils of- thi academy, in a style which showed rlthat gr'et attention had been given to this most ilmpor tent ipam'it ofa gentleman's eduentiori. Tl'urner, sec., as Loohiel, in "Lochliel's Warning," showed, grat ,ability. 'The action of Hannaford in Campbel's celebrated "lohen linden" and Ray's energy 'in "The Bautle' o...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 December 1866

SST. K:ILDA. (C)oURT. 'luEsDAr, DECEMBER 18. Bcfore the Mays.r (James Turner, .sq.), and '. Baillie, Esq. ILLEGAL DETENI'ION OF PHOPERTY. John 1'Donold summoned Thomas Stokes fior illegally deaining tihe sitn of £9 3Os. Comisl?iuint .stated dihat Iis wife had lost a i'ursq con0taiiing three hall'-sver.igns and n £1 note. . Hlving.llerd tliat'the defendant lfiid found ia purne, hie applied to him for it as being the one lost. It was refused, de tWndant stating that there were but two half sovereigns in it besides the £1 note. Could not swear to the money. He hald advertised it in the Ar!/us. Deeindant admnitted that hie ihad fbund a purse, but it did not contain the amount claimed by the plaintiff, other wise lie would have given it up, and because of that he was IIIIIabused in Inythiinlg but polite terms. Thie bench were doiibt:iil whether money came unler the meaning of tihe word property, and the case was postponed for ii week in order to makoe ihie ness..ary inquiry. MINOR OFFENC...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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SOMETHING LIKE A CONJUROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

ýOMETHI i$ LIKEA CONJUltORi. iA ricenit' -uber of. t1. DIdWin' aily rexprss, on ain, inn a.letter frbm its. Lon do :cArrespou en, .the followiil. wonderful acc upt ..of:e eig it-o-hbond prowess of.. .n :Egiliphman- who:: lis recently .,.returned i to itland.:afe . ouiirniinatheir iist:- 'E Sr, Lyp, khsiaonaofi ni'English clergy m; nfojlowvieg the .bentuof i..Lroving. ;dis pO itin, witlh i.lich, Engliishneno;in common with jrislimepnjtd: Sco~elchlen,;are sometimes lhlirgeable,.t, JIan: -early: age eluft, :is 0o ntry literally 'r jis. country's good, and 'ha returnedl afteri eight years", absence, skllpin: every department of." the: occult .i'.' i'ateve rltbe Aindloo jugglersi or., the aianqeiWopder.- v oakers could impart lhe, has H! clareil,,ajdaiLia lissom fingers can :accom li. lo,:L-pornianta still,. whatever the I hslat fiitilyhgife i of.,the spiritualits.. Pnd ihe irfaimilis'as .cqn pei:form.bsrouded.in-dark ness, le caq irepent,,without confederate or inechanicald conitrivance...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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AN AFFECTIONATE DUCK AND DRAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

ANIAPPErCTONATE: DIICK AND DRAKR. -neferrinto t he Ih its ot :thie nmandarlin duck (a 6hineso epepies), "'Mr. " Ieale's? aviary afforded a sinjrular corroboratidr of the fidelity of thie bir?a in questioli. Of :a pair-in that gentlemans posiessions thre drake being one night.purhdined by some thieves, t-he unfortunate duck displayed tie ,St'ronnegM marks of despair at bret bereavement, retirina into a corner, and altogether neglecting' fool and drink, as well as the care of hvr person. In this condlition she rhs coul'ted by a drak. who had lost hIris mate,ibit wilo met with no enicouragement from itlie widow. IOn thile tbolen drake; being suibsequently reicoverld, and restored to the avliry, the roio6t extrava gnat demo6nstrations of joy were displayed rby tllirefo couple. Tlrt Ituir was no t ill; for, ni ifaonmed bliv.'is Ispoase.'of: the gallan t i'ropoerls'amade to Ire shortly .before Iris arrival, thredrirke attadckd· the .luckless birird ero- would aire supplinted him hIeat out...

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A BAD NAME, AND WHAT CAME OF IT. "Give a dog a bad name, and hang him."—OLD PROVERB. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

A l4P,{AE kDWnl ICA4M "Give aC absd slams soed hhpg ~ls."OL9 Reader I am not adog; and hether my .a.esdOrd' .bado or.indiffrehnt, I; hapve peverto lie btsiof my coguaiscaee; been'in dsangerJo T"-halngingi," .Once, howayern was in dang so-ingel ppo , oisoned I vesily; 1elieve unto the. dentiwith one of the vilast forms of:alcohol, at leeast which the foul.fitndlh ever put it. inito he h ad oflman to distil .'end all beeausefof ,the bad repU tetion loriecthroigh comning frqm amongst disvaputa5esl'le pe°n "i?'":; " ' "a' c] patefmiiae. dont shake yotr head, and frotfvnal a the birazen audacity. of.one who lluIspl?Y 6ns,win all :the:majestylo f printer's tylpehet ifslsot isrepstable himself, hecomes of disreputable p.eople You are English,'P - terfaniilit*; so am I :;-which:beipg;promisad and :agrged 'upon, :understand nowathat had n u,..beee twhere I. was .on. the oconsion to which I Tefer, then you! too would:have been in daon~r.' of alcoKolic poisoning because of yisur badl.name, for...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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REMARKABLE EXAMPLE OF INTEGRITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

I tARlKAaLris EX.AtsP LS OP INTLEiOrTY. 'The tllowinga exnample may justly be.con-. :iilered,:.otasunparanleied in .the. spurtio.nr, circles:--A. stock-broker shortly before his leath,; had laind.ia 'wr r-on:parol :wit i a riclt lp!itrlisnt;:Paris'; nbout two months :nlit is decease, tihellaoter d made his appearance it the residence of the widow, nnd infirmod er .tlhathler lat3.tl hsban hiad.,lst a bet,.of 6;Q8 0 .friancs Upon .Iis ".lro eeding to tinqire whetihr slih cruld rely solely on lir. n Mrm.nt's s .itaursp that-l. I ithe transactipsn hud;;talkten place, ani fulfil; the eagageoml pjoacteil by tho .decesed-the widow, vitliout liesitation, produced. a. pocket-book orb'ni. er seeretilar, nd proceeded .t. count. ' bank -notes to, the nniount of 16,000 firanc'; when sle "dii -s,o, nouwever, she was im 'iiely, i interreptil by tlia, capitalist ; 'ilaie," saidl .h, "as youi giv :such conviruins proof, tihat you. consiuler the wager binidinpg, f lhave, to ply iyu 1'6,000 franc : dl...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

Sku1LGH t AND M~UULGfR.LVE DOAR)~'; : Ihis boardI held:its usual fortniubhty;meet ip on 'l'tursdsy liase, at which o3lee?:s.?; Miay (clha:rma')i .:Miller, ,Dowar, ,Ogr -.h nell, Matt'sieu, Nislsoleg, suid ;W latsslne 5a, wiverpreent. r les; e zminutee ofse.brprteriaue meteing h vir.g been .re1.8din: coN?fm;ed,; a leter wasTead fium.tb :nDahe nong: , exlr'easin' thleir cncssirencs isl sjwnrting!he awnof ot£0, iaciunexionvitlnrm?-simtar sur by this b?rd, ,h iaprovifgl theeb?erondav-. road betwitee thettio dietriits i Reeived!-e A .ltter ~o stho Moirabbian Boairtt stated; in rplv to the. board's: coinmunicatioi':fo the C4~,lts ., that they wlere illing to subsidize a sum tp be erpehdedd on; the o isauthbonui dCry-road for its -imurioverenrt; :dad: fuither that the subjUeCt: woUd dhav! beena,atteadd'd to ahlier hadd ,they: been' ci sut.ficies?t nds lr. Matthieuesuggaested thtit o .letterso?tAld L besent t ttoie Moorabbin:B?od., askiit:lni it t'hey were ,agreeable. that: tendersr:for aie...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE MINISTRY AND PROTECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

THl? MINISTRY AND PROTECTION. The, manner in which the Hon. J. M'Culloch treated the large and influent;al deputation that waited upon him on the 18th instant, forms one of the most curious and instructive episodes in the present Govern ment's eventful history. Months ago, it was publioly announced that persons con nected with the agricultural interests of the country were strenuously exerting them selves to compel the Ministry to fulfil their election promises on " protection to native industry" by proposing, in the next session of Parliament, the imposition -of an import duty on grain, That these exertions were neither overlooked nor despisedl was apparent from the fact that the Age took considerable pains to depreciate the claims of the ,farmer to "protection," end advocated tbhe substitution of a " Free Distillation Act." And, as if to secure time for the w'hole Cabinet thoroughly to mature the nature of' the reply which should he given, Mr. M'Culloch deferred giving audience to...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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GARDINER DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

,i:T.'Teboard lield icd usuil foutrighicly;ineietL in -. i n' 'ediesdayn evini'ng atst, whien liessrs.: J. G. .eanry; '(ihairan), Dailot Wytts;iaind' Woodmas6n',-wera.preesent:Fi 'IThli miptas;°of" tih previous tneetinliavin?'i?benW read and: confirmed, a- letter was readildld the Roads i and' Bridges Office'statinag 'týini no deputatioi: could be receivedl:lthat :d' partmea in refereiice to the readjustment of t-he St: Kild' ;tull il after 'theo ra el tiot'. o .Mr. Sullivan. eceived.-- A lott.r wswnalsi ra-l 1 froamCth"ieBoroonddiram'Board, stating,' that having hIard that' he-board intended to letj thei tolls; .'iawhieri 'tthey."s wero :intdrested, rith a claiise':inserced to the :effec;tthht all cartsa in' their employ wouldi'go! toll6firee; they protested agine i.seclis an arrangement being entered into, .ani,: if they :pe'esiite;~, they wvould t.st the legality of it in a coourt o law . Receivel :i .. Te engincer reported that lie linl had an inti triew witi Mir. Smith, theOaiu...

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 — 29 December 1866

MEMORANDA. The new phurch built for the use of tile congre. gation under the pastorate of the Rev. George Mackie, in the Punt-road, South Yarra, was opened for divine servic last evening, when the Rev. J. O. Dykes delivered an appropriate and eloquent dis course to a large congregation. The opening services will be continued to-morrow, when sermons will be preached in the morning, afternoon, and evening, by the Rev. G. Mackie, the Rev. T. M'Kenzio Fraser of Geolong, and the Rev. A. Robertson of West Melbourne. - Mr. Davied, of the Rifleman's Arms Hotel, Chapel street, was the successful comnpetilor for the sites (or refreshment booths at the fortllcomjng Prahran Races on F iday and Satiurday next, disposed of by auction yesterday. BIr. Rober't Mureutt. formerly of the brewery in Clsapel-street, South Yarra, and a colonist of some twenty-fl?ve ears standing, died very auddenly at kis residened, Tooralk, on Monday night. Shortly after retirinbg to rest he began to breathb very heavily...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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PRAHRAN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

': PRAHRACN: RACESO d to eiu eeecosd-a olfastiq St78 r '[.dahcbf'vi wfb o( re aebs Sb.hibitiofl 6f' onhbt ikc'esf'a.chaiic6cibr suiirort to WheYt i§'ud'ishly'beehis a suclh athei in?h.e W itfliian"th4 paiftici-.': diif framing~hrl on": a: Ijiai~il6 and dF w isbe'Pchia of~l k 0a Eotriph e Iove th ,i woight under 8it. 7Ib:" AbbWutit~ threeiilbs.;a ' Ma~ ltebl ab anitaa rgeadr.i Crye )eP M Mileya bg Rochoster, aged ..: j . ' ·:; ,rd i Only :tvwb hoensatartdad, for: .thistrace, re uting in n easy victory::for ModaryRoche se Lmbeing pdldol .up"somea diiiance from Iomen a HI oEs Taotriarb R.e of 1S6 ovs' Estrtiscal £ ?rlOa. About Othres miles., Optioals aiddle or: SCrompton's bglm oore aos so dinlco 1 RDyrch keos y l agedf 200 ords. 2sane S.o..e bog h .Meal SOv 0h-rd-l b M to b, Tl?t.i.adahr=, `aged 5,SO+?rdsJ ; ' M h. Beailra:ch ss Blac. lasoke . Bieaegedl : , A Wri:?ey gool robe, betweedo- Dask.alindl oel T Moore-·, All the rostsaomo dasf aco :be Ms . Ro h non' . a.v. ,. Abous throb b l...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE DISTRICT BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

OAIKLEIGII AND MULGRAVE DI9S TRICT BOARD, A special *meeting of this board was held on the 24th December, to open tenders for the lease of the Oakleigh, Heads. Gully, and Wellingtonrroad. toll gates for the year 1867. Present-Mr. E. May (chlairman), Messrs.! Hall, Orr, Miller, - Matrieu and Wolstenholme. The following tenders were opened1:-Fur Oukleigh gate, per month: J. Brennan, £47 Os.;. E. Cotter, £49; W. Macklin, £590 6s. 8d.;. M. IRyan,. £50; G Robinson, £88 6s. 8d. For fIeads Gully gate:. J. Brennsn, £85; E. Cotter, £31; W. Macklin,. £o6:1s. 4d.;. M.. Ryan, £19;. G. Robinson, £80 8s. 4d. Folr Wellington road gate:. . Brennan, £2; E. Cotter, 10s.; W. Macklin, £1 18 4d.;: M. Itvynn £11 5s.; G. Robinson,. lOs. 8d. 'lThe tend.er of W. Macklin waes necceptedl for the three, gates; total amount,. £87 1ls. 4d. per mninth, the tenderer agreeing to pay the rates.tlat willl be chlargeable tsereon. _ _ I Tehel Fitroy Bench has recondidered. its decision with, regard to Mr. M'Keisn,.who ...

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NEW MACKINTOSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

SIIugby On day r:to hi s..cu gas p ion . ' 1ow t aI'Iw f'ushionedo .Maokiutosh ta keep. •ut they,;'. ,What's ?: that.'.; ":fWby~. you ea li I pring forXbrokfgat or ci . !ry :Idll -." (Ma m

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, DECEMBER 24. Present—Councillors Crews, (chairman, protem,) White, Knipe, Ogg, Young, and Lacey. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

IV.N NICIPAL IN''TELLIGENCO PRAHRAN COUNCIL. S MONDAY, DECEMBER 24. Present-Councillors Crews, (chairman, pro tmr,) White, Knipe, Ogg, Young, and Lacey. 1 he minutes of the previous ameeting were end and confirmed. Cb. C RESPONDENCB. JZttaes were read - From.the Department of Water Supply nind Sewerage, informing the council that their tender lor the lease of the stand-pipes in I Gardiner's .Creek-road and Bigh-street fbr the sum of £5 each was accepted. Re ceived, From W. Small, asking for the use of tih hall on Monday, 21st January for the pur pote of holding a soii6e of the Southein Iliitrict Union. The town clerk said that a the council meet on that night he had brouglt the matter before the council. Councillpr Young moved that thedliall be granted on the useal -charge. Councillor Qgg seconded. Carried. From John Hart, clerk of the Caulfield Diptrict Board, directing the council to a former communication forwarded to them on the subject\of the tollmanagership of the Si, Kilda to...

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