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CRICKET. SOUTH MELBOURNE v. SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 January 1868

CRICKET. SOUTH MELBOURNE V. SOUTH YARIrA. The return matches between the first dihd second elevens of these clubs, commenced on the 14th instant, were concluded last Satir day, the South Melbourne players winning in both instances. Tse first elevens played on the South Melbourne ground, and the second elevens on that of South Yarra. In the first elevens match the winning team scored 15 runs in the only innings they were called on to play, their opponents making but 40 runs the first time of esking; and on being put in to follow their go, although they batted better than previously, scoriisg 82, they coild not make sufficient runs to prevent their being beaten in one innings with 43 runs to spare. This catastrophe was mainly owingsto the! excellent bowling of N. Osborne and Allarl (who was so useful in the late Inter colonia'iifatch), the former securing elevren wickets for 89 runs, and the latter being almost impossible to score off. The second elevens match was a much closer one, t...

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 MULGRAVE BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 January 1868

OAKLEIGH AND MULGRAVE BOARD. The ordinary meeting of this board waos held on Thursday lest, when Messos. J. Jordan (chairman), Irwin, Duff, Matthieu, Orn, Hoban, and Miller were present. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. Amongst the correspondence was a letter from the Gardiner Road Bozird, stating that Mr. Barr and Middleton were appointed to act as delegates in ieforeeice to the removal of the Oakleigh toll. Received. -From Mr. Kempson, forwarding an accolnt for extra services rendered to the board ion various wo.iks, amounting to £9 Os. Mir. Matthieu said the reason of the account being sent in was because the board had re fused to grant him a gratuity of £10. The items charged were included in his capacity as .district engineer. It was a most ridiculous application. He moved that the letter be received and thrown under the table. Agreed to.-From the Dandenoung Board stating that Messrs. Bennett and Smithson had been ap pointed delegates to attend a mee...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MARKET QUESTION IN PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 January 1868

THE MARKET QUESTION IN PRAHEAN. The bodough,council of Prahran have de cided on taking the opinion ofithe burgesses on the following qucstions: 1st. To hold a marlect on the ground belonging to the cororration in Groville-strcot. I 2nd. To lpurchase 4 ncroe of land situate in Chapel street, north of Mr. Linay's timber, yard, for £610 for a market. 3rd. No aearlket. For this purpose a poll will be taken on Thursday the 23rd instant, those burgesses who resi e on the north side of Chapel street voting at Mr. lEvans!s auction rooms opposite the railway statson, Gardi ner's Creek-road, and those on the south side of the Cominercial-road voting at the Town hell....W othisik this decision a wise one; and hopt such a number of the burgeises will take the trouble to register their votes as to leave the council in no doubt that by carrying out the wish of the majority they* will be only doing their duty. What the decision'of the ratepayers will be we do not pretend!to be able to forecast. Th...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT MONDAY, JANUARY 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 January 1868

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAlRAN COURT MONDAY, JANUARY 13. Before W. Templeton, Esq.,. P.M., aud J. B. Crews, Esq., J.P. MINOR OFIFENCES. Thomas Filmouth was charged by . J. P. Thomns with isdecently exposing himself. Prosecutor, manager of the. Government Sitfres, stated that on Saturday last he saw (he prisoner in a right-of-way between his house in Argo-street and his neighbour, almost naked; and on seeing witness he hurriedly ran away. Witness followed and 8 ave him in charge. The place was a very jublic one, but hee did not see any person passing at the time. The magistrates taking into consideration the fact that defendasit was suffering from physical causes, dismissed the case.-T. Honrahan v. Robert Diummond. 1Unlawful assault. The disputants were two boys who threw stones at each other, one of which took effect on the plaintiffs forehead. Hence the present cases. The bench fined the defendant 6s., with 7s. 6d. costs. Thomas Bentley, another little boy, was charged with throwing ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 January 1868

THE ELECTIONS. Five of the candidates'in the first batch of elections have been retudned without opposi tioc, The polling for the remainder will take place on Tuesday. Of those already returned, the Ministerial and Opposition organs differ as to which side they belong. We think the fairest description would be 1 Ministerialist, 3 Opposicin, and 1 neutral. Of the elections to chme off on Tuesday, the only one in which we feel special and immediate interest is that for South Bourke. Here are three candidates-the old members, Messrs.O'Grady and G. p. Smith; and Dr. L. L. Smith, who was one of the representa tives of the district up to last election, when he was displaced by his uasresaele. Of the return of Mr. O'Grady there can be no doubt.' He will again represent South gorvke in the Legislative Assembly in the interests of the Opposition. The contest will therefore be between the two Smiths. Which will be the chosen one of the electors? Both have been trusted by this constitusnoy wit...

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 ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, JANUARY 13.Present-The Mayor (James Patterson, Esq.), Councillors Tullett, Fowler, Bunny, Oldham, Gardiner, and Crouch. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 January 1868

MUNICIPALINTE LIG ENCE ST. K I' L l COUNCIL. MONDAY, JAkA iiY 13. Present-The Mayor (JasmesPatterson, Esq.), Councillors Tulletc, Foawr, Bunny, Old han, Gardiner, and CrouhI. The minutes of the lsut meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Letters were, read-- . From: H.R.i. the "luk? of Edinburgh, forwarding-an answerto the address presented to him by the .council, as published in the Telegraph of last week. The letter was ordered to be suitably framed and glazed. From the Office of Latids and Survey, stating that thie Commissiner of Crown Land would comply with.the council's request in reservinm that portion of land known as the Flagstaff Reserve for pullic purposes, and vesting the control of the same in the council. Received . . ii From the Registrar-General, requesting various statistical information. Ordered to complied with', i From I'. R. Wilson, .Secretary to thi Cengral Board of Health, requesting to be furnished with the report of the local hoard of health for the...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE FENIAN EXECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 January 1868

THE FENIAN EXECUTIONS. Pu1ting out of view for the time the strong otjecti6as we entertain to capital punislomept,' and arguing fromthestand-poiut that the State has the right, under certain circumstances, to take human life, we can not but regard. with satisfaction the fact that the English Government has carried out the 1ast dread sentence of the law in the case if thoemen who were guilty of'com mitti g mnurder in their recent successful attemipt it MaIchester .to rescue certaii Fenirns from the csistodypof the pplice. Mf ee a trial conducted with thall fairness which chtracterises English criminal jurir.. prudtnei, fve men were found guilty o blieing active participants in the c whereby an unoffending policeman was dead in the discharge of his duty. 0 these has since been pardoned, evi comitg to hand after the trial showinK his nVas at case of mistaken identity; as has had tihe capital sentence comm - it being shownbe hadnot, although ar ri nih in the sad drama, actually used fir...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 January 1868

ST. KILDA -COURT. TuEsDnA, JANUARY 14. . Before the Mayor. (Dr. Patterson), end Messrs. T. Blhie, and . Patterson, Esqs., J.P.'s. OFI OFFNCES. Louis Eviiens, JobnluO'Parrell, James Hayes, and ChfilessItussel, were charged with allow .ingcows.to wander in the public streets, and fined 5s. for each cow.-Caroline Fraser was fined 2s. Gd. for allowing.a pig to wender.

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 — 18 January 1868

ME M ORAN DA. The Rev. W. R. Fletcher, St.A., of Richmond will redeliver his excellent lecture on " The Fall of Jerusalem," on Tuesday next, ji the United Reihodisi Free Church, Packington-street, East St. Kildo. Two sermons nrc announced to be preached in tha United Methodist Free Church, Chapel-street, Windsor, to-morrow, in aid of the trust fund, by the Rey. Robert Wood, of Richmond. On the fol lowing Momnay evening a public tea meeting will be held, followed by a public meeting. A number of favourite artistes, including Madame Victorine Pett (thp accomplished pianiste), Mrs. Perryman, Mr. Dwight, Mr. Amery, &r., gave a popular entertainment at the new lecture hall, Lennox-street, Richmond, on Thursdayi evenibg last, and were most enthusiastically recnived by a crowded audience. We understand that it is their iritention of favouring Prahran also with a display of their talents in the course of a few days. Bowling, like crickee, has been somewhat " under a cloud" this seas...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 January 1868

THURSDAY, JANUARY 16. Before the Mayor (G. Young, Esq.,) and - Officer, J.P.'s. ASSAULT. John Hylanid was summbned by his wife for assaulc. Plaintiff stated that on the 9th inst. she was mixing up some milk and water for the child, when Hyland snatched the basin from her and threw the contents into her face. She asked him what he did it foe, when he stenck her in the face. A scuffle ensued, and while on the ground with her :hushandl kneeling on her Mr. M'Loughlin came up. She hlad been similarly treated for a long period, and it was only for her six ;children that she did not appear oftener against her husband than she head done. Mr. M'Loonghlin said fiom his knowledge of both parties, one was as bad as the other, and on the day in question they were calling each other ill names. The bench considered that the plaintiff was not justified in taking the law into his own hands by beating his wife, and ordered him to be bound over to keep the peace for 6 months' in one surety of £20, and...

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"THE REINS." To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 January 1868

"THE REINS." -To the Editor of he Te!egraph. .8ir,--. ' is desirous to know thematerials that the reins, are made of that the twbnty two hold. The materials are made of dust, set in motion by an elf. I think if inquirer is a Government official he can solve the great mystery that he labours under.. Birthright is freedom. For more than half a million of indiviuals to be placed under the ?tad-lock of the twenty-two who are in flueiced by an elf is a gross act of tyranny. AM advice is not to "jump out of the[ fry ing-pan (through anxietyj into the fire,"i but to "jpnp" into elysium where "all peace able citizens may aspire." OBSEWRVEB. .January 15, 1868. I fWelhope J T. can understand this answer -we coat.*-EnD. About fifty gentlemen atenuded atI the Ann-street Pier, Williamstown, last Satur day, to witness an illustration of Mr. D.alke's system ofrendering salt water drinkable by means ol filtration only. Several buckets of sea-water were passed thiough the nppa ratus and canm out qui...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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Elections [?]O the ELECTORS of ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 January 1868

Oratiiotii O the ELECTORS of ST KIILDA. - pntlemen, A dissolution hlaving takles place-if not without Nosbject, certainly for no prpiosp wlhich could not yV9 bpen ss cosplistod by 1io Iote Assembly-I go to asic nou, undce fecliap circpistanlccs, to re tablish thst politicol conscaion, which uninter ptedly eiste4 betwoen us frqm tio insugssration of ,cpreseat Constitutio4 till } bpcaso a member of aLegilotlolv oouncil. The question to bp Ievidpd is, in reality, whether are to here two touses of Legislaturoor only one. lis qqpstion niny bp voriously stated, but eery 7tomcnt of it sill be found to evolve tihe same issue. ) has been recently osserled by the Attorney 1ppral ihat tl}0 second Chansber owes its existende anlnack of sisdom and to a spirit of vulgar ambition. tern is na mistabe, therefore, os to thn views enter nse4 by at Enast one soetaber of the noern tt. 4rc these your vieos? Do you considisr nterself sofna with the Legislativo Assembly ~!ne HQur own - history enables you ...

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 — 18 January 1868

,han1ks~ THE, NATiONAL BANK OF Alli TRALAsIA , Flad-up Capital. . *. I ' .540,000 Hi | iRserve ·und*** * *,.:0 3 145,000 . p IRAAHIA'N(BIANCH.' 1 bChapel Stre t EIIEST ALLOWED OI DIEPOSITS. issued onaEn land, Ireland, Scotland, and Banks' B]anclica and A cglcies throughout World. . Business Hourt to ThieA ; stitrdaya, Ten to Twelve.> for the Receipt of Deponsit on Saturday "Eabeings froin ninie till ten. Ggoiaea E. To seT, Manager. HI OMERCIAL tB6 k OF UAiSTRALIA. LIMITED. ST. KILD'A BRt'ANCII. High,Strccet, Near dcction. The following rates of INTEF ST are allowed on money depoioted at this Branch L At 7 day' anotice of withdrawal le ent. per ann. Fixed, I monsth ,, , 3,' 0 a,.nd opwarda~ ~ r~~,, Busincss hours, Teiato Tharce; Saturdaas, Ten to Twelve. SATURDAY EVENINGS iight to Ten. Drafts Issued eon .Greet Brit ainend the · Bank's Branches, and Agencics throughiout thP Colonies. WTLLIAor LE eNE Manager. T HE COPMMERCT AL DBN.K Of ,Australia (Limited). ST. KILTDA BRANCH. INTERE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 January 1868

1AlTED, two MEN fbr cler ng timber and general work ein Telegrnpi lice. GEORQEL YOIJIŽG, llialeihl-asfrect, Prolarana. 1.jOR 3sALE, n PONY, quiet to ride by boy or girl. GEOItGE YOUNG, Roleigh .treet, 1'rFhran. ApOfyMr, Iililcbk nd white speckalea rora.T agedl ablout ecighlt montlhs. ~Unlles claimed withinl llur~c~lteen das ill b~e soldl to defray expeunses. Applly M~r. Eillis, br~ickmaker, Orrong-road'. -" PRAURANW A KET, NOTICE is horeby given that the Iorough Council of Prabran have decidod to obtin tho opiniones of the Burgesses on the folloving propeeitions: let.-To hold a Market on the &roend belonging tq tho Corporation in Geevitle-t reet. 2nd.--To purchase Four Acres of Land situate in Qbapel-street, north of ~r.Lina's timber yard, for £610 for a manket. Brd,-ENo marlet. A P O'TLT& W1ILL BE TAK N ON THURSDAY, 23rd JAT'UARY., Tear tlhe above purpose, commoicing at twelvo o'clock noon and finally closing at snnen p~m. The burgesses residing on the nprth side of...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA ELECTION. TO INTENDING CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 18 January 1868

ST. KILDA ELECTION. TO INTENDING CANDIDATES. SENTLEMEN.-His Excellency the Governor lshvisig dissolved the Legislative Assembly, an opportunity occurs for all who are ambitious of enteriog t'arliamoeot to endeovour to secure a seat for the importaunt districtof SI. Kilda. That the present conjuncture of public affairs is a grave one is admitted on nll sides. The conduct of the Government witll respect to tcie Darling grant Is the toiot on which the elections will evidently turn. That the electors of St. Kilda are apathetic on this questiou no one scho lknows them will believe, and yet from present appearances it would seem as though tlhey are to Isave no oppor tunity of pronouncisg decisively one way or tile other. It is to be hoped, however, that this apathy will not last long, and thsat eligible candi dates will soon announce themselves on behalf of both tise Misistry and the Opposition. It will scarcely be creditable if St. Kilda sends witlout se contest one member to vote black ...

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 — 25 January 1868

Edacaitional. - *: 'i ESL E Y 'COLLE( jE E ST. KILDA ROAD. : (Entrance from prnt Road.) PRESIDOfTy: REV. AnES S. WAvo., UEAD iASTEsR: J. Connzraa, L.L.1., Trinity College, Dublin. Assaisted by a highly efficient staff of ProfessBorp and Masters. ,The course of instruction embraces all ,tle Bhranches necessary to fit young gentlempgn r 'mbrcantile" life, for the public service, ~nil or "'matricultilon in the University. '. T' a TERMS PER (~UAnTE. Bay PupDs, .under 12 years .......;.....3 guineas. D.' over 12 years ;.....;...;..'.,:4 do. • day Boarders .... ....... . ...i...5 and 6 do.. iesident Boarders......... ..;..; ,,......15 and 20 do. To meet the views of i.upis desirous of finishing Itheir education at a superiqr school, but not intend "ing to pursue a corsp 'of classics, an English. and 'Commercial Depai4tent will be organised, tb 'commence with tjo new year. :Terms for pay 'Lupils, irrespective of age, 3 guineas per qnuaryr, A reducjtnu of 10 per cent. is made in' the case o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868

* BOROUGH OF S. KILDA.. •EXT5ionDINAU " ELECTION. NOTICE is lwreby'given, that an ELEC TION of one COU.CIL.IOR for this borough, to fill an extraordinary vacancy, caused Iby the r'eignation of James Fowler, Esq.. will take place on Thursday, the 13th day of February next, commencing at 8 ClOk a.m., d losin .4 o'clock m., td lin aop.m. Candidates must be nominated not less than one d?ay nor more than seven days firom the date of this notice, by delivering to ne, at the Town-ball, St. Kidla, a nomination paIPPr in the form Schedule J in the Municipal Cor porttions Act, 1863, sit'ned by no less than 10 persons duly qctlified to vote at such election, and his, sign'cd by the person named therein as a cnndidate, as a token of his asnosent to being"so named; andI, at the.tine of tIhe delivery of such nomination paper, a deposit of £f must be maide, pursuant to the said Dated at the Town-hall, St. Kilda, this 21st Jannnry, 1868. (Signed) JAMES PATTERSON, Mayor, Returning Oficer. BOROUGH OF...

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THE LOSS OF THE GENERAL GRAN [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868

THE Loss OF THE GENERAL GRAN Scarcely had the public recovered from to consternation caused ly the... wvieck of r@ ship Light.of,the Age; at Point Lonsdale'* fortunately: without loss of life--than unael peqted news cbmnes from iNsla Zealand ? the General. Grant, which left M11 bourne. for.Londonri ,M iay 18(i6. Fre tat tilme;not'i.ings had been. heard of ha and. th, insurances efftectd on her were 1o; :go paid. . No idea was entertained that. should ever learn her fate, or that any of t crew or passege~ill ivould everbe " recall to life." Last Satualday, however, on arrival of the Turanrun fro~diiNeei Zealase the fate of the vessel becanie known, aidid was soon noised. abroad that :~hne survivti of her passengers and crewi had been lasut in Southland, and were in. lnvercargill wb the ''Tararu sailed.. rhe story .they tellh too long for us to give entire, but it may briefly stated thart the voyage was-prosrccut succesathlly until the 14th ofMay, whena8 the vessel being some ten days...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868

. BIRTHS. CONNIBHIRE-On'the 23rd inst., at Osbrne-hnuse, High-street, St:. ilda, ,the wife of G Coenibere, draper, of a:son. . C1OOKiE.-On thie l20th int.e at Roehley, Gar diner's (treek-rrand, tile rife of Edward Crooke, Esq., of a daughter. CHAPMIAN.-On thile i7th int., at tlHynford not tage, Dalgety-streei, St. Kilda, Mrs..Stiafor,| Chlapman of a sA,. : PARKICES.--Ontlie 20h w inst., at: Trona. Carlisle street. East St. Kilda, Mrs. E. S. Parkes, of a daughter. IEED.-Onr tile 21st irat., at High-street, Prahran, the wtife of MIr. Borert Reoed of a sons SYiEtS.--Oa the tiith illst., at South Yarra Station, lMrs. E. Syers qf a r laughler.r ..... MA1tRIAGE. ALEXANDER-CRiUSE.-Osi thie i'?tl inst., at All Saints Churchl. Eastt St .rilda, by thelie'. J. VWltson, Albert Aloex!nier, Esq,, sor of thie latlo Frederick Alexander, Esq. of Žorfolk, to Marry, daughter of ThoI as CCruse Esq., of Brigltson, Sussex. D.......DEATIIS. D)ATSI.--On thie 19tlt inlst., it Irkiermonn-roali, COsulfled, Ro...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA ELECTION. THE HON. T. H. FELLOWS AT PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 25 January 1868

s. KILDA ELECTION. THE Hose. T. H., FLLO?wB AT .PRHEA c,. Mr. Fellows, addressed the electors of St. Kilda last evening in tlie PPrhran ';Town Hall. The subjoined condensed report of the hon...gentleman's remarks, is all that, owing to the necessities of publication, time permits of our giving : Dr. Wooldridge"toolk the chair ix ',the absencd of the' Mayor, and asked for a fair hearing. He was sure the hon. gentlidnan to address ithemn that enening would adduce facts I which, if 'it did not convince! them, would show matters in, a, different light to what thei~ had been accusto;ned to see them. He theni called on The Hedn. '.I. . FELLtows, who said he felt sure ?l:tht whatever might be the opiiioiis entertaiieod by the people of that district copcerning him, he was sufficiently well ac qudainted, with them that they would, al-, though perhaps not agree witlh him, give him ahearing il a manly way. Hlie 'appeared before them to make 'plain statement, and he cared bst little whether th...

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