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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 January 1867

I , ... onder the Patronagoof His Excellency the Governor, A. ALLAN, Fishmonger, 100 BOURKE STREET EAST & M5ELBOURE?~ FISH MARKET. Supply of the choicest kinds of Fish. ,.~~ ~ '? ....iP-;'~$.;. Delicaies sought after, and no expens- spared. Prompt attention to exeeition of oil orders fi'om ihe city or suburbs. ERIE, YOUN G, and C O., 5 i5ANUFACTOIRERS OFp,. AUSTRALTAN. STARCH - MAIZENA, oAwarded Prize Medal Dublin Exhibition, 1865. WILSON'S BAKING PO DERS, AUSTRALIAN WASHING POWDERS . .· , . ~ . i . , MAIZE, PR?N, and POLLARD, •P R . A nutlrtios food for pige, cows, &c. Warehouse, .i MARKET STREET, Manufactory, HaIthorn aBridge, flicbniond. A I, H C LO5E TS. E A SER'S .PATET 'EA'RTII CLOSET may be aseen by iatsylcasual'observer, to be the best that has everappeagad before thie public in every respect, it' lvibg aoll the properties required for an earth closet, .fiiedat finm £3 10s each. Faatory, 174 Lonsdp?c-street'east. Earth supplied and eotraicts taken for cleansi...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVER BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 January 1867

OAKLEIGTI AND MULGiA VE 1 BOARD. This board held its monthly mebti Thursday last, when Messrs; E. (chairman), ?Wolstenholmb, MaStthicu, Miller, and Cunnington were present. minutes of the previous mdeting having I road and coneirnmed, a communication read from tlho Waruambool Shire Cou urging, upon the board the necessity of pressing upon the parliamentary, mem: of the& district to Assist in obtaining amendmenta adopted at the late conferc in the proposed new Local Governement . The clerk was directed to comply with request.-A letter from the Treasury closed a form of statement of rates to be warded to that department in order obtain theo Government subsidy. Tihe c stated that the letter had bece attended -An account of £32 I1. id. was rece from the Nunawading Board for we alleged to have been executed on iouudary-road. As the board had . agreed to contribute £22 towards tlhe w. aled a small balance was still duo to board for prior work, the clerk was direc to reply to the l...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOUTH YARRA V. RICHMOND SECOND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 January 1867

SOUTH YA1IR V. RICIIMONID SECOND ELEVEN. An interesting mlatch was playbd on the Richmond ground on Saturdav hfternoon betwceen th6 above cluba, whic thloroughly tested the strength of the South Yarra team. The Richmond Cricket Club having won the toss wont to tlhe wickets, aud ran up their scohe to 109 runs, Messrs. Frcoman anLd: Coates. making 18 each. T4o South Yarra tenam thuen went in, and in defiance of the bowling of the Richmond te~m, made 105, wisth 3 wiiclkots to fll. M?ssrs. Cooper, Marsdeon, and Singleton ran up their scores in excellcnt, style, making respecti?ely 22, 22, and 1S., Thus the game resulted in a draw, iu fvrunr of South Yarral, agains~t one of tho strongest teams the Richmond club could bring againsist them. [The fore oing reports, accompanied by full scores, did not' rcach us till mnidday ocs Fridy --, time when we are necessairily very busy. We have every desire to obligo our cricketing fr?iends, both out of respect for them and love) for the sport, but u...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. RYSLEIGH V. ALBERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 January 1867

ORICKET. tSLEIGH " V. ALBERT. A very good match was played:on Satur day last between serven of the yvsleigh Cricket Clhtb agrainst,tho same suniber of tho Albert on the ground of thlLe former, which resulted in a victory to the Rysleighll, but'owing to the intense heat and limited number of players a great many lyes w?ro pmermit;ted on both sides, which othorwise would novdr have boos obtained. Thie Rysleigh mado 7D, and the Alberl; 73.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 January 1867

GENERAL! NEWS. It has been determined to erect i at Oxford in memory of the late Rev. ...._.. IKeble, tile gifted author of the -"Christian Yenar." The estimated expense is £350,000, towards which £30,000 lias been subscribed. Victorian admirers of the " sweet sing'ier" are invited to assist in this . worthy object, and we opine the appeal will rnot be made tdthen in vain. 'The Union Bank has 'been autho rised to receive subscriptions. An accident, whioh hihase deprived the musical world in these: colonies of one of its ablest members, took place. on board tihe steanmer Alexandra, on thle evening of the lOti inst., during the voyage of that vessel fromn Sydney to this port. I Signor Cutolo and Iis wite were reclining on one of the skylights Gr; the. quarter-decl, about uhalf-past six o'clockl in tihe evening, whlien the order was given by the officer in chiarge of the Watch to stow the sails on the afterl-part of tihe vessels. In lowering the mainsail the " peak" became entangled, a...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FAWKNER PARK V. SOUTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 January 1867

FAWKNER i PARK V. SOUTH MEL. BOURNE. On.Saturday last, notwithstanding the heat of tihe wveathier, the Fawbkner Park COricket Clob played it match with tihe Soutl Mell bourno Cricket. Club at South hMelhoturt.e, and by the exercise of some good play secured a score of 17, keeping posscssion of tiho witket froam 5.30 till (i pu.m The Ighlest sdorers were H. Crook 84:; Willoughby, 23;1 Shep lierl, 0, and not out. T'ie effeots lof the extreslo heat wpre principally manift st in thi. bomwling andl fielding, nol less than 30 byes and 11 wides being registered ngainst the South MIelbourne. Thie latter olub hadt scored m oiuWiie (DE stlrong, deteermina t Pawkner Park C . fortune of the fieldl, :. a sqOnd hut friiondl Like all other outdoor'slorts last 8 the nmatcl betwoee the Aoiirinri[l: lingwvood oricketers ws but spaersely ilhe wonder is.how those enacrled i have manne;l to get throughsii nch l under surch a glaring 'sun 'l e Ilowever, the heat soemini to fi, blackfellows most.. They we...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 January 1867

" MEMORANDA. ; Tlm monthly1 meeting of the South 'Suburban HIorttdultural- Society will be held onl Wedn!esdea evening; at tile teclhdnics' listitute, Chapel-street Prahran, at eight o'clock ?in the evening. *A doire in conenexio with i e openl 'of the Presbyterian Church, Soiuth Yarlo, will.b? held it the Prral.n Town-hall on Tuesday evening. See advertisement. The tird..of a series -ofspecial swrvikes being delivered on S6nday eveningse. in the Commr?ria. rodCongregational Chfirch, Prahran, willtbe given to-morrow evening. Subject:-Christ land the Leper." The attendance of the non-clhurchlgoing portion of the public is earnestlyinvited. Thle members of the borough council of Prahrari made tLheirirnnal-perambulation of the municipalisy yeslerdny, faor the purpone.of deoiding upon whalt works shall be executed idiinringthe current munici ppotyear. The laboard of theiday'were pleasantly ter minated by -the memberssilliing together at the Royal George. We hitev received a coltbirredri...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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FRIDAY, JANUARY 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 January 1867

FeRTDA, JAtUOrT iS. Before the Mayor (,. Turner, Es.q.) M.. I Patterson, and I. Wilson, Esqs. swin tlr~,Dns. Elizabeth Pratt summoned Esthdr Gordon for 12s., for work and labour. The defence was that the charge, which was fbr sweeping oun a honse was excessive, and the bench awarded Gs.--Ellen Springdtt v. Thomas Jackson. rWages, £8 12s. d. No appg:r a 'ce of pl mintitl: Mr. Godiey for ldefen. dunt, apimlied foi costs, and the bench granted 10s., teocse being struck out. After the busiqess of the court; had been disposed of phiuntiff mnado her appearance.-Borough Coumicil v. John Forsyth. Rates, £1 2s. Gd. Amount awarded, -with 5s. costs.-Same-v. Same. Rates, £1 5s, 2d. Amountn awarded, with 5s. costs.--Same v. Same. Rates, 5s. Awarded, with 5s. costs.-Samo v. Same. R.ate, £1 2s. G. Awarded with 5s; cost·s.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DEFICIENT WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 January 1867

THE DEFICIENT WATFR SUPrtyJ .. mbiof gentleien,)sesident in t Southern S?b?ue of .Melbourno waited I the HIon Mr. Vale onii Wednesday, for t, purpose 'f diiectin" hIis atteiition.to the feing~ experienced in the districts by thfe scarcity of" water ,'during the recent bot wedther. . ' Mr?i. Crews, who- introduced the deps. tation, remarked thatthe object oftheir rug was to ascertain i: some arrangement couht not be made whereby a mnioire regular supply of'weter could -be given to -the dlistricts tly repiesenteid."l.& No.t only was the district ci Prahran short of water, but St. Kilda was ia the same position: ,They were0 of course all aware tha t a short time ego a fire of disastrous .nature took place at St. Kilri and. thlere. was no:'doube; 'according to tei evidence, that if on, that occasion there hod been a better -sepply of warer, a laure quantity.of of'peit oiili.ve beean sa~var?e in some. pars of. Proliahran,'thre inhabitatrs had been without water for days together....

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 January 1867

SPOLIC INTELLIGE CE. ST. KLLDA COUR K TUESD·i, JANUAnY 15. el?foro the May'! o (J. 'frunler, Esq.), W?I. Templseon P..M., E. Sydes, W. Ford, J. Wilsoa;.Esqs., and Dr. 13Black, Patterson, andl Van Iemert. TRIESPASS AND ASSAULT. Thomas Jackson, who had been arrestd on warr6nt, sas charged with assanlting E. Gr. PFtzgibbor.l Town Clek of Melbourne. A cross-summons Ihad also been taken out; and Ilenry Young charged Mr. Pltzgiblon ,tith wilfiI trespiss. On Newv Year's Day M.r. Fitzlibbon went to the Elsternwick flotel, callilgs:far the waiter, and as he did n9t appear in ianswer to the suon inns rode ipto the house5 fiightening a young lady be hiwl tile bar. Some altercation then ensued rril be was ejectedotl by the landlord, tienry Young, and a' man named Thomas Jackson. S'om a letter wvhichl aplpeared in thle Herald, it seenmed thal t thi horse had la predilection for enterii igpublic houses, in consequence of ,ad halits t zeg'ht by its fbrmer oiners. Upon the case being called upon, M...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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INTERESTING NOTES ABOUT ROYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 January 1867

INTERESTING tNo'Es AIOUTT- OYALTY. Recent events in Germany may be productive of someproblems in our social system. Thie King of Hanover may, under certain contin gences, lose his throne. He may therefore return to this councty, resume his rank as Dluke of Cumberland, and descend firmn tile eisights of: sovereign rule to become a junior msember of our Royal Family. T ie circum gtance of the succession to the Throne of Hanover by the late Duke of Cubtherlaund has Ieft open a question of precelenco and dignity amongst those descending f.orn a royal stock. 'le childr'en of tile King of ianover are the only members of our Ioyal Famnily in the four th geneiration from the Soveieign It is a mat'er of doiubt what oluld be thlieir title and preoedence, The Act of Hleny VI LI. yegulating precedence gives rank only to such of the Rioyan! Family as are sons, biothers, unce?d' g ands'ns, or nephews of thie Suve reign, ihe. eilest son of a Duke of the lood Royal tekes' rank after Dukes, and tihe...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY, JANUARY 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 January 1867

T'U1ISnDAy, JANUARY 17. Lelore the Manyor (I. L. Vail, Eslq.), and G. Pilloy, Esq. MINOIR CPFENCRS. Patrick Tanfe was fined is. for leaving his horse and cab .unprlotected in the public street; anld Thos. Wright was fined 5is for allowing a'horse to wander.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MADAME CELESTE AT THE HAYMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 January 1867

SI"I-D : :I C' F AT • THu .IIAY I . fr -the almost un searable heat of " osviathier last, Satiurdiday, thel. debut of MIadaIim Celeste at the Haymarket' Thentre f(lUd the louse in every pant. On her first appearance shbwas received ;with' quite an av?tion -of applause, the warmth :of which teas evidently gratifying' to her. This baordiality of. reception arose" from three caunaes-firset, the courtesy extended to all actors 'hen they make a first appearance; secondl ;, by many of the audlience it?-is a welcoinmg to an old fiion'd, by whom they had beeo' entranced many a time and oft in the dold :ebilplhi; and lastly, it was an enconrag ie- assurance to ithe artiste that tfhley bplieved she had still the power to renew her eclchantment. Nor were these'wrong whi indulged in tlhis silppositioni.'. As the dramis (the WlYoman in Red) :inv wvichl slto itide her first appearance was developed, it wovsaswen tllat the actress had lost.:none of; hrt old power of entrancing' lher naudience; and...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 January 1867

!PRAHRA.N COURT. MONDAYv, JANUARY 14. BefJore Messrs. W. 'l'empleton, P.M., J. B. Crews, and G. Young. S EMIDEZZLIMENT. TPlomas Benjamin Cunoingham .was charged with fraudulently eminlezzling 15s, received by him on account of his employer; Edwin Wilcox. Mr. Weller tr tile prisoner. SSardai IWlcox deposed that lher husband wma?s thu landlord of the Roxborough Castle IHotel, Chapel-stneet, and the prisoner had been in his emploJy for about eight montris, having lelt last Bunaday week. lIer Iausbaid beiiig ill, witniess lodged an information against?,the prisoner on Satnrday Inst. In cousequeplco ot the prosecutor beilg unable to attend the court, the prisoner was remnulded for a wuekl thile mlagistrates stating tlhat they wouldl accept hail in one surety of £25. lINORl OPFENCES. Siranb Morehead was clharged with having no visible nmeans of sunpport. On Saturday last thle prisoner, hvlio was sitting in the midnidlelof the footlpath in a state .of semi intoxication, told tI policeman t...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PRETTY FACES OF THE LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 January 1867

f.THE inS i 'sT ACe OF THe.e LADTES. Flow .vein must be oll the reasoning of the sage or tie moralist whd would persuade a beautifil wooman that it is wrong to todmire herself? .It is alwvay's so much better, when we asoe teaching, to teach: only wlit is possiblej and it is not possible for such s womni to look in the glhis, and not see that she is beaiutiful . A tliousand tongues will be always irsady to tell hlier that she is so, anil she willl necessarily read this'pleasant fact upon ?;he countenances of all who regard her witcl attention. As well might the guardian of youth insist that the sun was not shining at noop-dsay, or say that if we close oir eyes it will be n;ght, as attempt to persuade a beartitul girl neither to see hlier own charmus nor' to admire them. Thie only good thing ,to be done in such a case is to Iadimit the tliCt honestly and fthirly-to confess fi'ankly that you trink the 'birl beautitiful, and tbht you qdmiira lier face, so far as beau:y goes,.uit no flur...

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 — 19 January 1867

TO GARDENEnS: ENDERS for PUTTING the GROUNDS '. belonging to LvndliuEt Lodge, Briphtoonroad, t. S ilda, in good ORDERSvill bo received at tho Sofico of Mr. TAYLOR, Aictiocoer, St. Kildh, up to 12 o'clock on Monday, 21st iust. TO CONTItACTOR.S AXD BUILDERS. rENDERS aro invited for the ERECTION - of two h.Kik-built IIO)USES rwith SHOPS. Plans and specifications at the " Telegrnph " RNewo and General Printing Omfle, Cilmpel-street. Prahran. . . ? am or. . : PRAHRANIDrPNDEPNDENT COURCH. 20th -SPECIAL SERVICE To-morrow Eroning, 20th inst., at 7 o'clock. Subjcst of discourc:- "OChrist and the Leper." Prayer Meceting inf old| .rhaper t half-past six o'clock. The public aro re. spectfullm invited to attend. ' , " r . ~-L - ;" . r anRiifat lraltpacitjdif! d'clock Tickees, 2. each. k in be had lom atthe mrraagera ?nd froan tho principal shops. :::: WiESLEY COLLEGE, Mlelbourne.. .BUSINESS -will be RESUIED, after the Christmas vacation,'on THIURSLDAY, the 24th of JANUARY. 1'rospetuases forwanrd...

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 — 19 January 1867

Business Directory A."F. White, Cemiet and Drungist, (the opost ,fece) Chapel.street, Psaran;.. 5TOREKEtEPkm, GROCERs , &C. j3. Gummer, Wholqleifeland Retail-Grocor, Chapel street, opposite. Uion-street, Prahran, . SCEhLANEOU5. Samiuel Leiitti,.Watchmaker, Jeweller, Sliver-. smith, High.estreet, St.: Kilda. Ross, B'bkeeller, Stationer, &c., Chapel-street, Prahran, oppos!te Town-hall. * J.Rbtnanis, Fuheral Undertaker. Chapel-street. rasbran,:and Gardirer'a Ceek-roaod, South Yarra, "James Firman, Boe,tmaker, Argyre-stheet, South Yarra, near Argo-street Railway Bridge. Banks. THE NATIONAL BANK Of? AUS-~, TRALASIA. BRAHRAN BRANC?. Chapel Street.; •Palt1piCapital ... ... 540,00 rReserv;e~pnd... ... ... : 35,000 The following rates of INTEREST are allowed ,on money deposited at tliis Branch, viz.: .On Deposits at 30 dsays notice, 4 per cent. per ann. e 3 months' ,, 5 6 -n .: ,,6 , , Business Hours- tento Three; Saturdays, "Ten to Twelve. And for the convenience of the publ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 January 1867

TE'! OPENING OF PARLIAMEFT. Parliament hass again.- re-assembled. On T.husduy last, after. a recess of. inpre cedented lengthl--extending over serven and a _half months-~ the doors of our Legislative H?als. were.onue-more thrown open, and m'embers assembled "for the despatchl of busine~s.s' The ceremony was similar, to. vhat is alwayi observed on liko occasions, and is so well known that to describe it is qluite unnecessary. The only noticeabcle change was. in the chief actor of the scene, t~his being lthe first time , our present Governor has been called upon to set the legislative macdlinery agoing, which he did by reading the following speech: M1r. IPresident and Honoiirable. Gentlemen of tlhe Legislative Council,- lIr. Speaker aned Gentleomeil of the Legislati'e Aseemblh, .I hure ealed yoi togethlier to deal with the legis atiru reqnirements~of the year, send to consider men :ures of importance to the eountrv, which are ready to be submitted tolyou. On this the occasion of my fi...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 19 January 1867

BIRITUIS. D, CASTELLA.-- On the 16th inst., ntCnroline street; Soutll arra. Mrs. HII. De Castella of a son TOBIN.-On thle th enst., at Kitlkora, St. Kildna, the wife of Riclhard Tobin, Esq., of aaldon, of a daughter. TULLETT.-- On the 15th ilst., at Grey-street, St. Kild, IMrs. Ilenry Tullett of a daughter. WALKItI t.- On tihe 14th inst., .at SoutliYarram, Mrs. Edward Walkter of a son. D EATIlS. GRAHIAM.-nAt Elibanok-lhouse, South Yarro, on the 14th inst., Co)stannce, the infant daughter of Jamnes Grahamn, tsq. PETERON.-OI the 15th inst., at Inast St. Kilda. enry. 'T?emple, aged fourteetn monthls, son of Wm. 1P'lrsnb. " . -. STUBBS.-On the 14th inst., at Villa 15,arnia, Aelald-street; St. Kilda, of disease of thie heart, Tionmas tn itz, secott son ilof Tholllas Stubbsh, •enitor, aged thirty-six years. SSATURDt)'I?7 JAVUA'T r 19, 1867.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 26 January 1867

Ca?iagecs, &e. 11 jSRUGflf'S WVA CONS, ; LE tcl Sp 'ug ,uvgiied ',Wa~guus ni Le 0t rac Side sdiIz IlliptLc Sprlnrg. a .rriagos . ti nii su nulk r desidg. ill guarntW. d t raet-clns Il[r~hil and w. rinuulvr/ hp. I l,'MGRdEi,G O.,R " &?.G N E.W, S 245 SWA:,S'iON Sitih:Tl'. TI-HOM S C0 ,I E, &UGP & CARRIAGE BUILDER _ Xe V" " , ., .t,.. 8 Lx, 1Incr08 sTRiE WEST, wrWYELN ',?)LAIzLK'e' AN+ CtsEI It?"i'iL'le ), " IE-LBOURNE. .Photographers. T. . JBURTENSHAW\ , PHOTOGRAPHER, ' jEGS In inform his fr:e.dd anild the .public in ) genleral that he ha viirely leflL ertrud'e street, Fitzro.y, and n?k:enr thl. omns lately oucup ed 'by Mr. NI'WLAND~oat "'......... "TO ELABEPII ST., 1ELBOURN?, wlhero he trolbts tut a prolfeinial experieuce of 12 years will lOnble him zi'C meetall the requiriements ;of th-i;y, e.nIt iilsure him a ecuoitinuOlrce of Ihat patronage for which .b no.w tdnders his sincere thanlks, aid nwhici lie will alwya uJdeCavour to Slesierve. Wood's Port...

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