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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 February 1867

Carriages, &o. A I A IG IE S, BTGGC ES,& WA GC IONS, " S hi . and E .'llil l tiC s pring R u glPR e?s, \W 'aggonl v mn rLnther ltmers. 'Side uul Elliptic Springe. 't'rrlllitl' of [hl mtnt n dern desi?gnl Il guarao teietl first-doesi mnterihd ii. wnerkmanship. Ml'FPEGOR3 EQ & AGNEJW, 2o4 S~-~'TON ST'IIEET. THOMAS CRAINE, BUTGGY & CARRIAGE BUILDER 15&1., Ac., 3 LATROBEb S''TREE'' WEST, . TTWEEN FLIZAFHbr AND QUEENI STREELTS), M ELBOURNE. Photographers. ST. BURTENSHA W, . fOTCGRAPIHER, S EGS t eronform Ils friends ando thile public in J) geneinl tlhnt l4. as lentirely left Gertrede strOet. Filr7ry nod tlken thie rooms lately occupied by Mr; NEWVJIAND, at 70 ELIZABETII ST'., MELBOURNE, plwere hIe trusts tllhant profsrional experience of 12 yellrs will cllable hIlim to meet all thie requiremenlelts pf the day, and1 ilpslre 1lim a conlltilnunce of tIlnt patrollnage fo?r whicll he n1w tet?lera his 'slncere thanlks, and whlichl hel will lwlhays elldea...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NATIONAL BALANCE SHEET. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 February 1867

'H-E NATIONAL BALANCE 3SHEET. The hon. the Treasurer, in a speech of on hour and a quarter's duration, made known in the Legislhitive Assembly on Tuesday last the state of the national tinances. We wish we could congratulate either, him or the country, or both, uppn the deliverance. Bu' ve cannot. As a work of art, the speech wus hir from being equal to some of Mr. Verdon's previpus performances. It was a mere dull, dry expose of how we stand'in money matters' unre.ieyed by the faintest gleasn of genius or brilliance. When we have6 said that it was plain and straight-forward, we have acporded to it all the praise it deserves. We do not expect, of course--and we should be dis appointed if we did-that our treasurer can throw around his statistics the oratorical ornamentution with which 'a Gladstone or a DisIaeli announce their financial schemes. Genius such as theirs is a rare commodity. It extorts admiration evel frhom opponents. But if we cannot compliment Mr. Verdon upon his recent...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 February 1867

ST. KILDA COURT. T'UESDAY, FEBRUAIY, 5. Before the Mayor (J. Turner, Esq.), James Wilson, and T. Bsillio, Esqs. SMALL DEBTS. Patrick Lyons summnned James (Caple for o1s. 6d. for wnges. but as the complain not did not appear thie case was dismissed. William Brenley v. William Brown. Money lent, L1. Amount awarded, with 5s. costs. -J. Foley summoned James West for £I1 10s. for wages. Tie defence was that the plaintiff was engaged at £1 a week, that be left befbre a week lihad expired without notice, and that he had received 7s. 6d. The case wis dismissed. A proposal to transfer the Exhibition :Btiildling into a permanent industrial museum liis been made, and firom the cordiality with irhich it had been received there is every pro babilitv that it will be successful. In con nexion tlherewith, Mrs. T''imbrell, of Blrisbane, Queenslond, a large exhibitor of raw silk, has foruially notified to the commission her intentionof presenting tile greater portion of her exhibits to the prolposed ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 February 1867

? MEMORANDA. A series of six lectures is announced tobe given in tl~e Prahlran Independent Church, in aid of the church funds. The subjects are all of an intrrest ilg naturcrp and the ability of the gentlemen who are to expound thlem is so well known as to need no recomnsmeeudation from us. We trust these lectures will be as well attended as from their pur pose and interest they well deserve to be. We pcrchive that MIr. Crook, an old and respected resiilent in P'rahran, and who in days gone by has " done the, state some service," will give an enter tainmnent in tile town-hall on Tuesday evening. As the proceeds are to be devoted to his benefit, we thbilnk tihe residents will do well in 'making him a bumper louse on lthat occasion. Mr. Reenuy lhas wisely postponed Ilis nqultic eourenament from this afternoon till next Saturday, no as to avoid claslhing with tie aboriginal cricket meetch on ithee Melbourne ground. A hillti which sheuld be acted upon was thllrown out Iy Ceunecillor Cre...

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, FEBRUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 February 1867

POLICE INT.ELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. SMONDAY, FEBRUARY 4., Before W. Templeton, P.M., J. B. Creows, and U. Young, J.P*'s. VAGRANCY. Thomas ISrown, described as a labourer, arid Philip Keon, a printer, were charged as being vagrants. It was proved by. a number of witnesses that they had been begging for money. They were each sentenced to one week's imprisonment, with hard labour. ASSAULT. Ann Kerr was changed with damaging the property of Mr. W. Kerr. Complainant stated that on Saturday at about four in the alternoon for some reason unknown to him, she tore down his fence, broke a number of vines and two windows. The prisoner was his sister-in-law. Never struck her, but would not say if he used any bad language. Mrs. W. Kerr, the wife of the last .witness, corroborated this evidence. Two other qharges were preferred against the same de t1ndant by the son of the luaintiff for assault, and by the police for obstruction of their duty. According to the statement of plain tiffe solicitor ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4. Present—The Mayor (E. L. Vail, Esq[?] Councillors Knipe, Young, Crews, White, Widdicombe, and Lacey. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 February 1867

MVUNIO' PAL INTELLGENCE s PRAHIRAN COUNCi , MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4. " C present-The Mayor (E. L. Vail, Es' Councillors Knipe, Young, Crews, White,. Widdicombe, and Lacey. 0 ,1he minutes of the previous meeting were "-' nd confirmed. CORIRESPONDENCE. Letters were read From the Gardiner District Board, stating that tile board appropriated the sum'of £100 towards the repair of the Boundary road, £40 to be spent at the interoectionof Gardiner's Creek-road, and the £00' as might be jointly decided on between the two bodies interested. The letter also stated that a number of the district ratepayers had :agreed to subscribe towards the raising 'of the bridge and ap proaches.on the north side of the Boundar road, and' asking the council to ascertaini the inhabitants on the Prahran side of t] road would be willing to contribute in a simil manner. Councillor Crews moved that the latter be referred to the Public Works Com mittee to report on. Councillor Widdicombe secodrled. Carried. Froin E.\G. F...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 February 1867

THE TARIFF. Should the propositions made by the IHon. the Treasurer in his budget speech be endorsed by the Legislature, the Tariff of 1867 will be as follows: Spirits or strong water of any strongith not ex ceeding the strength of proof by Syke's hydr - lmeter, antd so in proportion for any greater strengthl thian tile stre/igth of proof, O0s. per gill. Spirits. cordials, liqueurs, or strong waters sweete!led or mixed with any article so that tile de gree of strength cannot be ascertained by Syke's hlydrometer (lncluding all alcohol diluted or undi luted with water or other menstruum, and contain ing in solution any essence, essential oil, ether, or other flavouring or other substance, whether of natural or art flcial origin), o10s. per gall, Spirits, perfumed, o10s, per gall. Ale, porter, spruce, or other beer, cider and perry, per gallon, in wood, for six reputed quart bottles. or for twelve reputed pint bottles, id. .:igars, 5o. per lb. Coffee and Chicory, cocoa and chocolate, 2...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4. Present—The Mayor (J. Turner, Esq.), Councillors Patterson, Bunny, Gardiner, Peterson, Fowler, Oldham, Tullett, and Ford. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 February 1867

- ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4. Present--'The Mayor (J. Turn'er, Esq.), Coun cillors Patterson, Bunny, Gardiner, Peter son, Fowler, Oldham, T'llett, and Ford. The minutes of the last meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Letters were read From the Town Clerk of Melbourne, in forming the council thatl Mr; George IMncklin who leased the St. Kilda toll during the year 1866, had made a claim for a sum of £110 as compensation for loss in consequence of the stoppage of traffei by the overflowing of the Yorra for four days in- October last, and thalt the matter had been under the cdnsidration of the Public Works Committee of thl City Council, who thought that he ought to le repaid four days' rent, amounting to £74 4s. 10d. The writer wished to know if the St. Kilda Council concurred in that opinion and were willing to grant Mr. Mauklin £23 5s. 3d., beilng their proportion of the amount. Councillor Tullett moved, that the letter be reterred to the Public Works Committee,...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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PITH OF PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 February 1867

PITH OF PARLIAME T. Tile Legislative Council met, and nftei a short sitting, andjusneel utiti Ito following Tuesday. The only neticelable items of busilness were tile p poiltment of a comm:ittee to consider thld subject of altering nlad omrnlding Che coostitutior of'tlec Ioose; the adoption of aI address to. General Carey, thanking that gentleman for Iris adnminstra tion of the afftirs of the colony during the timm he held the posicioa of oflcer administering tlle GovErn meit of thle colony; and the reading of a docun-ment by Captain Cule, stating, is reference to the no torious HIoskins a d Siellmonds art-union,l that the Attorney-General had at first permitted thie enter prise, conditionally that it should be carried ou.t on the art-union principle; that thle distributio; of tickets had been stopped last October, Iwhen, tile projectors seemed unable to keejp faith witlh tile public; and that, owing to the recent dqcisioa of the Supreme Court, tile Attorney-Generall lhal'de clined ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CRICKET. FAWKNER PARK v. PRINCE OF WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 February 1867

CRICKET. FAWKNER PARK v. PRINCE OF WALES. A match was played on Saturday last Ietween thie above clubs, on tle grounridl of ,lle former, who were also the victors. The nost. noticeable features.in the gme wer:e the splentlid fielding of tile Fawivkner Park generally, tile bowling of J. and HII Crook, and the batti.sg of Willoughby, Shlenton, and Kennedy, who scored 23. 23, and ?97 respec tively. The Prince of Wales, who took rie wickets firsr, scored 75, inclpding 11 widqes, but kept pnssession so long in getting thrm that it weas feared there would not be time for the PFwkner Park to get the rtis, bt on tinie being called it was found that the nlocal team were the winners qirtlh four wickets to snare, among whom were some of their best lhats. - PRmCE cr WALES. Tnlmnige, J. Crook... ... ... 5 Kennedy, Ib w . ... •... 27 J. 'T sawe. c'Willougtlty, b H. Crook I Randall. h J. Crook ... ... ... Duff. stWators- ... !.. ... 11 German, e Chandler ... ... ... Trunmnlo. n'anl: It. Cr, ok ......

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 — 9 February 1867

3BOROUGH OF ST. JILDA, D0OOS) DOGS I )UIBT!?' NlOTICE.-lNotie is hereby given thnt ,he flftlen dolys' grace allowed by thie Act Ivwing expired, tlio cooncil nhave instructed the I ~l6Tsp c.tor to 'roPsecute all parties haying Un itste qds])Dgs intheir possession. 1B order. E. BRADSHIAW, Town Clerk. 'own E[all, St. Kila, Jao. IC, 1867. FOR SALE OR TO LET. IE PRAIIRFIAN SOAP nnl CANDLE yO~tIKS, eituate in Grntlanostreet, Plranm, eloe'to Greville-street ?piloway, where a lnarge lbra irec busihoess mny he carrieod oa. Aforce flt pluop-with an unf.oiling supply of water. pply C. B. ldtcehers, Chapel-street, l'Pralhran. D:EY w. !SMITH i reites TENDERS for BUILDINGI fore brick SIIOPS ind )WEL aS, pt the ,Tuncrion. Plans, &c., at his office, ntJhail, St. Kiitda. IN OTIpE OF REMOVAL. . CLARIr E, butcher, begs to inform his patrons and tihe publlic generally, that oe wout to renove fromn Cop qrcial-road to el-qtreet, Prahran, opposite the Riilwoy an. 0NTED, a strong LAD, with some knl...

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 — 9 February 1867

" Business Directory pEDnCAL. SA.F.White,.Chemist and Druggist, (the post ofice) Chapel-street, Prahran. EI 5 5PBKEEPS, OROCERB, &C . J. Gummer, Vlholesaleand Retail Grocer, Chapel Itreet, opposite Uuion-street, Prahran, - '' Mi8CEL.LANcOaIP. Sa~urel tLvitt, WatchmI ker, 'Jeweller, Slivet 1 Bmitll',Hlgh-street, St. Kilda. e Ross, Bookseller, Stationer, &c., Chapel-atreet, Prahran,.opposite Town-hall. J. -Romanns, Euneral Undertaker, Chapel-street. Prahran,, and Gardier's Creek-road, South Yarra, James Firman, Bootmaker, Argyle-street, South Yarra, near Argo-street Railway Bridge. :, ., Banks. THENiiATIONAL BANK OF AAUS TRALASIA. 'PRAHRAN BRANCH, Chapel Street. Paidup'.Capital ... ... £540,000 tieserie Fund... ... ... 135,000 Tie folorwing rites of INTEREST are allowed S on nmney deposited at this Branch,' viz.: On 'eposits at 30 days' notice, 4 per cent. per ann.' , . 3 monthis' ,, 5 ,, S. 6 ,, 6 ,, , 12 ,, ,, 7 ,. Business Hours Peh to Three.;" Saturdays, Ten to Twe...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 February 1867

TO OUR READERS. We beg to apologiso in" anticipation for any shortcomings that may be discovered in this week's issue. We havb been removing our printing ocej, and, as a consequeneq , everything is at sixes and sevens. By next week eyo shall have got settled down ogain, and ttiust then to muke Bmends for any present deficiency. SATUDaYe c[crUAY 9, . SATUTRDAY, FEBRU~ldfY 9, 1867.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 9 February 1867

- MARRIAGE. ?[LLOTSON-WVAItNE.-On the 24th ult., by special liconse, a the lr Yeslyan parsonage, St. Kild:a, by tile RcP'n W. P. VWell, Cherlres, eldest "on of Mr. Charles Tillotsono, contractor, to 'aonny. ehlest dauoghter of Mir. Clhanrles Warne, farmer, of Lal .l. DEATH. HOOPER.-On the 4th inot., nt his rosidence, Dorset-cottage. Octavia-street, St. Itilda, of neule broL.hllis, George Iooper, late of London, itn his seventy-righthl year.

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A VALENTINE. TO [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 February 1867

A VALENTINE. To --- Like abird-loun singing Words that thrill out hearts with deepest joy, Thou .thy voice with. tones too sweet employ, Fatal s weetness.bringing. Filling.me with.taguis. That lips which pour forth such angelic sounds Are not for me, and the cheek that softly rounds,. Yields not unto my wish. - Love decrees thee, outlaw, For.like the Syren in old Grecian song. £hy fatal arts are used alas.too long,. And leave wounds deep and sore.. Why like fierce beast of prey. Gloats't thou, upon thy victim's miseries. And hold, from him alone thy sympalthies, And make Ilis torments play ? Why didst tho look so fair, '.. And glance from out t IeIs deep and lhistrous eyes,, Which brighter are tabn fair, st Austral skies, Glances to canuse despair? - Whiy smil'st thulike the dawn Whicll.beautifu?i?e leaves of budding rose. Blushes as the lun o'e' Heaven glows And warms into thie morn ? Thy irt ile outsthnes the morn, And brilli alt, radiant, warms with.rosy list;. Whoee ray tot hbea...

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OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 February 1867

OAKLEITGH ANDl MULGRAVUE 3OI4RD. 'Ihis board held its usual meeting on Thursday lust, when Messrs. E. May (ehair man), Orr, Cunnington, Miller, anti iWol stenholme, were present. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirened, Amongst the orrespondeecce was a letter from the Nunawading 1oad Board, for:,''rding a statement'of the amount alleged to be due them for works on I the Boundalry-roar. It appeared that the amount included a nunmer of works which had not, received the s:'nction of this board, and it was decided thle'etfhre not to recognise the account sen!, but to forward the moiety of the last contrac:t cc, '1or. gan's Hill, less a balance of £4 12. 9,i. Mtill due to this board on a recent contrct. From the Roads and Bridges iftfiee, reques ting that all calls fobi the inspection of public works, should be made direct to the depart ment, and not to tile district engineer. Rle ceived.-Prom Mr. Miller, acknowledging tle receipt of the board a setter, appointing hi...

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 — 16 February 1867

Carriages, &c. CIARRTAGES, TJGGIES,&`AGGQNS, ' Side and - Elliptic Spring Buggies, W?Vpgons on ,LeantherBraceiJ, Side and Elliptic Springs. Carrinaes oflhe the mt molern denicn,all guaranteed Iirst-clns manterial and, workmanship. M'RGREOiR & AGNEW, S" s4 SW\Mp.?'l'TN:,TREET. ,'ThOn ?JAS CRAINE, pU*~ GYG & CARRIAGE BUILDER S&c., &c.. SLATROBE S'TREET'' WEST, ETv'EEN k'LtZAB TH AND QUEN-:N STnEETS), MELBOURNE.. Coals, Coke, &c. GEORGE B. HACKER, Late Jamen F. IIny, J 7 CO T 'x o 1i7 Coal, Woodand Lime Depot, IAY atnlf CORN STORE, 'H'IGH STREET, ST. KILDA. Agent for Cockbill's Donedust. CORE ! COKE ! COKE ! At 27T. Gd. pei Ton, at the COLLINGWOOD GAS COMPANY'S WORKS, Smith-street. Cheapest apd Cleanest Fuel. Miscellaneous B. MARKS, Optician, 213 I.IOURKE STREET EAST, Pore Brazilian Pebbles, Cataract Perescopic Spectacles to suit all ehihts fitted on the shortest nntice. L.ndon-smoked Tinted Eye-preservers made exprensly for Austn...

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PITH OF PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 February 1867

l'PITh' OF- PARklAMENT .... T:Esnay. The Legislative .Council held a short sitting. Mr. Fawkner again questioned Captain Cole as to the Hoskins and Simmonds Art-union lottery. Thelatter replied that the Attorney-General had given permission for the holding of tlhe lottery, but had in no wny guaranijled its bunofldes. Those periond who wish for redr'ess from the parties who organised the lottery, must .seek their remedy at law. An address to her Majesty, thanking her for the generous recognition by her Majesty's Govern onent of the claims of the colony witlh regard to its defences, was brodgl.t up and adopted; The Appro priation Bill for £10,000 for last, and £500.000 for this fear, was "received from the Legislative Assembly, passed through its various stages, and returned to the Legislative Assembly with a message to that effect. His Excellency the Gorernor at tended the House at twenty-five minutes past fire, and assented to the Amended Insolvency Bill, and the. Appropriation Bill...

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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 February 1867

ST. KILDA COURT. TUESsAY, FBBJIUA.tY, 12. Before Messrs. Ford, Wilson and Baillio. STEALING ?RUIT.. Two. lads nametl John l(,binson and Louis Lereshamn, aged 6 and 13 years respectively, were charged with stealing fruit from the garden of the hon. C. J. Jenner.. The gardener to the prosecutor,, stated that he saw.the two boys pulling down. branches of paches, and breaking thpm off. Thi garden Ilad been almost striliped of fruit. The bench dismissed the charge, and in. so doing ad ministered a.sharp,rhbnkzs on "their purents. If they were brought before the bench again they would be severely punished.. SMALL DaEBTS. . . James H. Hay v. William Murray. Money lent, £3 3s. 7d. Verdict for the ilmount, with 5s. costs.-R. W. Terry v. Murray. Goods, 1ls. ,ld. 'Ainount awarded, with 5s. costs.-J. H. Look wood v. G. cde Blacquiere.. Use and occupation- and goods, £1 2s. 2d. The sum .of 6s. 8d. had b.ell paid into court, and the bench allowe('7s. with Os. costs,, the balance being disallo?bd....

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 16 February 1867

GENERAL NEWS. It is' notified in the Gove*nment Gazette that, in, pursuance of. the provisions of the Elecloral Act, "1865,? Supplementary Lists will be made out during the week ending the first day of-Marcl next. All persons entitled to have their names inluded in any such lists mnst, in order thereto, obtain their electors rights on or before the day above t?entioned (1st March) The ships Australind and -Paramatta left Sydney, for London, ilast Saturday, to race home, a considerable isum depending.npon the result, .the A Ustralind being the favourite. *The "session of thi Church of England assembly 'was brought to a close, on Saturday last whe'n the bye-laws of the clergy, widows' and orphands' fund were finally passed, and the fund declared established. A committee was appointed to meet during the recess, for the purpose of considering and report.ng upon' the incomes of the clergy throughout the diocese. An address from the bishop reviewing the, labours of the session terminated ...

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