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LECTURE ON OLIVER CROMWELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 March 1868

LECTURE ON OLTVER CROMWELL. On Friday evening week, the Rev. George Mackie delivered a lecture on the .above subject in his chureh, Punt-road, South Ynrra, in aid of the build ing fund of the church. Thie attendance was not so gobd as the merits of the lecture demuanded, but still thbOso who did'ittend' ivere fully rewarded for their ti'ouble,for a riibre'lucid and clear lecture is not often given. 'A hynin havi!g bec!l sung, tao . Rev. GtonoE MAc?asE said he had another object ini view iln delivering the lecture dbesides supplement ing the building fund of the elurclh, which he was sorry to sany would not reap much owing to the poor attendance; miacd thnt rifTo Ie brnit"-b Yf flie younger portion of the congregation Hte" said nothing inlulenerd the young mind so inuch as readting, be it for gqod ?r evil, and to those whose doily duties'oecupied their time as to prevent thlem Pecidici sp so imuceh historiral iliterature as "was desirable, the lecturer's object was to furnish, in a c...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CAULFIELD ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 March 1868

f.-.CAULIPlELD. RO'A.D BOAHD- i "This board, held a meeting .:in: Wedhesday last,: when Messrs. S. ..Musters (chairman), Kirkpatrick, Forster, Cochrane, and ?tephed were present. The minutes ;of lthe :previoue meeting were read and confirmed. : The cor respondence read was i.letteri frod th.. Ghr diner . Board, asking', thp board..to ioin with them" andl thie Hawthdirn Council" 'iin pui chasing a. roller for the use of the tihrqe bodies. The offer, was declined, as .,the St. Lilda Corporations rollei' could hba .obtained when required.-A letter was readfilbfru the Roads andn Bridges .Office, in, refereicel to .the defalcationl by Mr. Ostler iunnana;i i of 'the Point Nepenn-road tll, stating. tlint the board should have applied' at once ito the Guarantee Office for the amount guaranteed. The clerk was directed. to reply tliat the board had nothing to do in the matter. ,-The Gboveernrint held the molicy, and it rested with theni to, take thle necessary action,-Tl'ie engineer of the Br...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 7 March 1868

BIRTHS. FORWOOD.- On the 1st inst.. at Gardiner's Creek: road, Mrs. H. H. Forwood of a daughter. [W H Forwood - Adelaide Helena Forwood ] MARRIAGE. ANDERSON-MANIFOLD.--0 the.27th ult., at St. John'.s Church, Toorak, by~ the-Rev. Walter Fellows, Andrew G. Anderson to Elizabeth Mary Synnot, eldest daughter of Thomas Manifold, Esq, Walora. DEAT'HS. I MARWOOD.-On thie 3rd inet., at Caroline-street, South Yarra, Clhrles Marmaduke, infant son of Matthew Marwood. SATURA, MRCli, 18egra SA1'URD4Yi MARCH 7, 1868.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 March 1868

k"Medical. i• . , : 'D R. ' BEA N E Y,: . donsultling & Operating Surgeon, Is ant horme for Consultation .... 'Piom 'No' a.m., till Two p.m. doily. At-Mr. Thwaites', chemist, High-st;, St. Kilda - ' Prom 3 to 4 p.m. on Tuesdiys and Fridays. T UWAITES'S PERSIAN HAIR.i WASH. For Removing and Preventing Scurf and Promoting a fine Girowth of Hailr. This fTair Wash will be found a most pleasant article for thel toilet; it effectually removes scuf and dandrif and produces ,a luxurisint heiid of hair. rPetiared only by . JOHN, W.. THWAITES, CHIEMIST, *HIGH STREET, ST. KILDA. HO O(EP 0 PAT H Y. MEDICINE CASES sand BOOKS, of Li various descriptions, for family use; Sugar ef Milk, for infants' food; Gould's and Turner's Cocoa always kept in stock; IIorse and Cattle Medicines. Dr.' Chapman's Spinal Ice Bngs kept in stock; they are highly recommended in sea sicknlless EDWARD G. GOULD & CO., 90 Collins treet east BOTANIC, -HO~I(EOPATITIC, and GENERtAL FAMILY MEDICINE Depot, 229 B...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ATTEMPTED ASSASSINATION OF THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 March 1868

ATTET :TEfA ASSASSINATION OF ;THE D.UKE O1? 401NBURGHI. A feeling of orror.! thrilled through ithe public minid o .ThUrs.day aftornoon w1oie it bp?amen, lnowa that anu attempt to, take theaite of our rocot Royal guest had been made at Sydney, The first reception of the news vas tlat Of incredulity. Mon cotl14 not crodihitiat so base and pqr.poselose {on ,ttamntn shmll hn made. But nas time wro on, thoe truet oft the dstastrodty eeu becarqe confirmcd, and then incredllity gave place to indignation., which was. succeeded by sym pathy, and that again by a feeling of dis grace that the fair fmeo of Australia should be tarnished by so guilty a deed. As tho telegraplh furnished us with fuller particulars, it; becameo Inqwn that the miscreant was an Irishaein named O'Farrell. The public, who oa the first receipt of the (utolligence had credited the attempt to. the Fenians, were by this informnation coinfirmed in that belief. How much truth there may be in this suppositioq remrains to bo se...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TROTTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 March 1868

TROTY. Thefolloin? g chaorming little poem is ex tracted from: a recent iumber:-of " Good Words"-a- monthly periodic?l, which we strongly recommenid our reade;lirs to become acquainted ?ili."' It can bi' obtained for six pence each number--a price which places it within the reachi of all TII' "~COTTY. .. W"ho would:be ad motherP -Not a momhent's peace! Care succeed each' other ' Troubles sover :ceansi.' Yoimanje call them famcies -You, papa ' may laugh" - Take my place, or Nahcy e, For' a'dag-o orialf '" ' You. know nbught o'bf knitting Mending little frooks, You know nought of kinitting Heapsof pairs of socks. You taste all thie pleasures, You'roe thel source of ioys, Yodi'bring all the treasures, Sug8replums and toys: You donf do the scolding, You don't bear the frets; You are'spared beholding Pranks, and pouts, and pots. You don't give the powder, You don't hear the cry As it waxes louder, And the fice grows wry. Dressed at morning neatly, Trotty's carried down . - Just to kiss y...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RESIGNATION OF THE MINISTTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 March 1868

RASIQNATION QE THI1 MIZTNXSTTY. As though the attempted agsa.ssiq~tio.n of the Duke of Ediqburgh \as not oqaugh sensation fr? one day, it bcam k.nown whilsat the e.qcitomet' caused by that eyeqt was at its height, that our Ministry had resigned-that the M'Oullodh Goyernleen~t had perpetrated "the happy despatch." The cause for this unexpected act was the receipt by t~e Governor. of son?. fresh in strqctioqns from the Colonial Secretary by the las]t Panama mail, to the effect that His E.xcellene? should talse card that the Darling grant was nut again iucluded in the Appro priatiun Act. Ministers, ?nding that Sir Henry intended to comply with his direc. tion, end being deternrined to carry the measure in that folrm an.d no aother~ were necessitated to give 4p the reins of power. This they did on Thursday, and His. Excel lenca at o qcq placed himself in conumunica tion with the Hon. Mr;t. Fellows. Wrhat the result of this nmovre w.il be it would be vain to sp.geqlate o withlout; furthl...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 March 1868

SEEN ANS NOT HEARD.--" Little bojs should be seen and not: heard." That's what. thle little follow told hlis master sirhen he couldn't say his lesson. T'AAKINo PAIRT'!--" I'll'take your part," as the dog said when he robbed the cat of hier portion of dinner. PorLsu Hoprs.--With' reference to the Polish balls, "e are informed that a general rule is reversed; for whereas in Kent the poles support tlihe hops, in thile City bfLondon the " hops" support the poles ! ALL' THE SArIE.-A servant-maid vWho vtas occupied iri picking, her' mist;ess's cab bages, took the opportunit.y of cibhaging her mistress's pickles, saying it made nodiffer once. ItorLowY's OINTENT AbND PrILTS.-Indisputable tcmedios.-In l"the use of these mnedicaments there iced be no hesitation or doubt of their cooling, heal ing, and purifying propertids. 'Hollowany's prepara tions musst always do good--bth should' irid a place in ovcrythousehold. Tho Ointmlent 'stands unrivalled for the fteility it displays ini relieving, h...

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 — 14 March 1868

MEMORANDA. A pblia mneetiog.h, booeen conrvncd by the ,ayor to. be held this eveding in the PrDbran Town HIall, for. the ]PUrpos of giying the ratepayers all oppor. tuoity of expressiog thbir abhorrence of the outoge pSerpetrated on IL.K.H. Prince Alfred at Sydney, and for. ezpressbng loy?lty to our. i4ost Graoiouo Soyereign tlhe Queen. The Ryev. Thomas east is anoaunced to preach, in the Prahraln Mechalmnics' Institute to-morrow morning. We hear that the Rev. W. Reed lhss resigned the postorate of the Iapt~at Church, iouth Ya.rra, nod tbhat there is some probability of his being aucceeded by the Rev. W. A. Claxton, of itdeloido. Mr. Clazton is at prese?t in Melbounre. le preached in the Theatreo Royal last Sunday evening, ,end is an-, nounced to do so again tomorrowv evening. In the ,sornineg he will preadph io the South Yar1ra Ilaptis Church, Chapel-sireet. Oswing to the excitement caused by tte news of the attempted assassination of the ])uke of Edin burgh and the resignation of ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 March 1868

AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS. Since it is universally agreed that we sre to be fi'nislhed regularly with a complette statistical account of matters agricultural, we trust tihe following most interesting re!turns will be insisted on amongst the rest . The number of times the farmers have been ruined by recent legislation. The number of'acres thrown out of cultiva tion comparad with the number of wiseacres vo lfobretold thei dread calamity. The total nnmount of corn in quarters, com pared with tshe amount of " chaff' in other quinrters. Tlie amount of damage done by a .publi?c footpath comingn through the oats or barlete, as well as the effects of one coming through he rye. 'The averge increase of tares, as compared wvitli the general increase of rents Thie number of hnsts driven to market, and the number of drovers who make beasts ?f themsdlves w.liile tliere. Thi number of boys employed by enach Inrmer in driving trhe birds asvway frmn hIis bhans, and also the number engaged in mintl ing...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ST. KILDA GALVANISED IRON CASE. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 March 1868

P T, ST KILDA GALVYANISED [RON S , CASE. ! '' /,K ;To the Efsr of thITeoy1aph. ; Sizr,-I beg to draw your attention to an error f. date iirny letter oft ex ?pation to the St, Kilda Copneoi, as reportedi in your lust ssue. You thiere state that on the "icOth" ult. I discovered the iron to be of , li;ght gouge. On reference to my letter, yoo vill find this to be the "( 32od" nri., four daye prior to Mir. MI4Naughtop colling on rne to the first tim'e, it is not my intention to continue further 4 correspondenca that, on the side of MIr. Mfloang'htaP, appears to be ih ench succeed. ing letter oarried on with a greater tamount of a-buse, as I have followed your advice, and take .tlhelepesseary legal steps to punish this mulicious libel, and proveqt a renpetiiao of such wanton attacls, I am, &c., SYDNJYXW. SU ITi.. Town Bi~ryeynr's Ofide, Tqy~n Hll, S!. Kilda, 12th h~ar9I', !81

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOAN SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 March 1868

LOAN SOCIET?IS. Tlie ripid iincreiise ofilitse ~neietihs of late in Melbourne, is bidenced by thei ridvertise mentso in the daily jouirnals. - Vhlothtlr this is honeficiinl dr n'ot to the commlunity is: qoestion upon which we do not intend to offet inn opinion. These societies Ihave bedn lno on "institution" of the old country; and an thoy seem.-nowv to hnve bocome filrmly nccli ntised here, tile followirigR pnrctclnrs con cerning them, taken from a recnt.nubnher of Cassell'a.Marazins, may prove linteresting to our readers :- LOAN SOCIETIES I ' • " AND rr.oPLr wnO nonnow. I iannot remember .thart I ever mret wittl n fair sleoriptliontnf the workint and cholricter bf Lonn Sodleties. As one who ihas had a filir ipportunity of seein.g what these societies are, by whos tliy sre patronised, and whetiler they do good or hlnrm. I have thought tlnt a few facts relating, to them oniht not be udintirestiig.: . - Lonn societies are generally dignified by the name of "companiess'" but I scnrcel...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 March 1868

'e tIc Editor ( mte T4 egrapn, , gir,--My veracity hlving been impnigned by the town pqrveyqr and several of our, ooundillors, I send you a [deolarution of the cqqversatioq betweeq Mr. 8.' W. Smith a~nd mnyslt, dply swqrn.to before ~nagistrate,; ' That on iHe 26th ult.,'tho follawisiig conversation betwen.M ??,S. W. Smitlh nd myoelf tool place at i ; aomc, TonsiHali, St. K10il4 : Addressing Mr. Smith, I aid :-" I hare called on yosh Mr. Surveyor, for the purpose of asking youn a fyv q?gpstions, and4 givi g qyot nomo infonuntion." I added; ".You neaod not anawer tlo questions .qlesos on efase', as I claim no. authority over you." I. :Bid," '. o. ou kribw that the'9ft. shlcpts of galvanizeod -qrrugated iro.n notr lying on the morket site are 26 asij ?"p . Ir. Smitll at olice answered that he did npot'nqf it, I.asked further if Ir. Smith ltneos tlhat 9ft,,lhep~as f the proper gauge (24) were available, and could be had at an' time ? Mr. Smith answered thqt ho had sent brokers to search...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 March 1868

Business Directory IEDCICAL A. F. White, Chermist and Druggist, (the post officc) Chapel street, Prahran M2ISCF.L-NEOUS. Ilos, Bookseller, Stationer, &c., Chapel-street. 'rlahran, opposite Town-hall. James Firman, Botmaker, Argyle.street, South Ylarra, seconld hloue froel the Commnercial-road. Walker, News Agent, Chapel-street, Prahran, All papers delivered early and punctually ... . J. Parker, Colonaial Oven Manufactor/?39 Poet Office-place, Melbourne. Parker, Curer of Smoky Chimneys. 3o Little Bourke-strees east. Melbourne Educational QOUTH YARRA COLLEGE ki Darling Street. Close to the Railway Station, Gardiner's Creek-rd. Principal: REV. R. KI. EWING, St. Andrew's Church, Launcestotn (Lato Rlev. John 8. Miller), a Apoisted by lasters or Proved Experience and Abilityin their Respective Departments. Terms:, Q,,rterly, payable in advance. Day pupils ...... ... Three guinneas Day boarders ... Six do Weekly boarders ...... Twelve do Itesident boarders ... ... Twenty do Dodo (u...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 March 1868

e .i :i ii ... SBOROUGH OF `Phil IIAN. 'Ii:',CE is hereby gieen, it.accordance vyith the" Municipali Copor,ations Act, 'I" that the Council of the Sprough of a ', vill meet in the Town Hall, oqn Si, thile ldthl Mrch, at seve, o'clock Sfor the purpose of 'I MAKING A RATE, a estinte of the tiponey required for the al psurposes in respect of whichl tlhey atire *. nised to. expend or appl' the borough , shlowintile several sclgs piready avail for suclh purposes, the several sums re ' d, the rateable vahuie of the propuerty s :ble, and the rate p enach pound of' sebl e nIecessoay to raise the money requir~l is . fora the inspeotion of tlhe :atelpyers at Town-hall. iotice is also hereby given, tlhat " If any on think himself aggrieved by any rate :he ground of inequality, unthirness, or ,rteconess, in the valuntion of't any ratetblo perty incLuded thet;eit, or In the amount ssedt thereon, he may at any time. within month after such rate is mpde appeal, to. Justices in thle Crourt of Petty...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 March 1868

_Banks. TR"' NATIOATL BNK' 'OF1 'AUS, -- -.qn i I,, :i ·?, .; 1 ,, ?. ,?,- .? i: , (.;.. j,. · ·,..,, Peaid-up Capital ....?, . £540,001o : , ,ervi8Fiiiu?d , -' . 1 45ood0:. pFRtAHRAN BDR?CHR6 ' i,~ ~ ~~ ~~I "'i".: ".: ',? ,:', . '·.I i.. : • , Chapel Sreet. I INTER.ES'E ALLOWED 'ON DEPOSITS. •'~·' . " i '- , , , . " i.,; Drafts iissed on England, Irelatd, Scotalnd, ned the Basnka' Brinclaes and Agenicles throilghout the World. Baisines:'Hotrs- ten to Three; Satiei~hs, ?Ter"to TwelveP ' And for the Receipt of Deposits" on Saturday Evcningasfrom nine ,til! ten. ' ." ' r GEO?tiRe'E. ToLou~ter, Moanaoer THE lIANID "MORTGAGE BANK _ OF VICTORIA (Limited.).: . .. '(For Deposit and Loans on Ereeholds.) : Incorporated ender the Companied Statute, 18614 Offilces--1 .Collins-street east.: . . DIRECTORS. '"on. C. J. ;erinemr, M.L.C.,I chairman. .' Ion. J. MCrae. M.LC., vice chairman. Robert,Byrne, Esq., J.P William Detmold Esq. SJohn Spcn~e Oeil~y'.Rq. George Wir iiIt , P. . ," This' company i...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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HAND OR MACHINE BROKEN METAL? [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 March 1868

HAND OR MACWENE BROKEN METAL ? The relatI e merits of hand and nmachioa broJken vetel is a questioO on whichl all mtnicipsl bodies should take any seFessary trosble to arrive at.iO'orrect d~eoisi?. I; is of v;tal importance. The making and keep ing to repair of roads is ope of the heaviest items in their e~petditure; ard they are bounc in justice to the ratepayers to get thIs woik done in tilte best and cheapest possible manser. Whether this etdl is to be nchieyed by the tise of the hand or machine broken metal we ventura to think is at present q?rdemon strgted. The advocates of t4he mcitirqe metal claim for it superiorityS, both as being ]lower in price and wearing better. On the other lhand, it is asserted that tholugh the metal produsoed by manual labour.?osts a trifle reore in I thle 'first iasttnce, yet its. wenring quality is so superior that in the long run it is more economic] al. vijewv of' these conilicting opinitots we think it high time that a fair test of the competing ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 March 1868

BIRTHS. ALLAN.-O0n the 8ah inht, at'Alma-road, St. Kiidn, Mrs. G. G. Allan, of a son. OWEN.-OA the O0thl inst., at Mqont Erisoa5, l'rahran, t11 'wife of Mr. John Owes\ of a son. MARRIAGES. OOLIS-IIACKEt.--On tla 10th llnst., at All Saints' Churelh, St. Kildr, by thd Rev. J. II. Gregory, Charles, eoaond soen of ',enkin Coleos Esq., of High-a.reet, Windsor, to "Priscillti, yonrigest daeuhter of 1.r. acrker, nata of B.riato, England. " SINCLMAR-OIOAPMAN.-Q fl the lOtlh i~st.l a; St. Peter's Church, by the ReC. II H. B. Hand field, Frederick Sinclair, sixth son of Thomas Sinclair,- to Louisa Chapman, lftlh daulghter of William Ctapman, of St. Kilda. DEA'HS. SNEWIN.-O.n the 7th ina'.. at Sopth Yarra R1chard Goodwin Snewin, seiond son of Calta'in Spewin, aged'si4 yeard. Sihe Sdlegrah. .SATUR.4W, AL4RC. ., 8G.8,

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 — 14 March 1868

GE.NERAL NEWS. i ; - I''The longest nd severest spe1ll of lilt seatheri experienced in ihelbo n tbre ii a-loi tlne waits on tile flust nine .(days of tle: Ir'o sent mInOnti. 'Il;e oppr!essivetness of tile hdat was somutlineig frightful, a(1d ail the.wUrse to. be borne inhsomch ais tihe summer i'revioisly lind been of a remnarkably genial charlicter. 'IThe thermometriicl readlings lb. theu fiist seven dlays, as given by Mir. Ellery, tlo Government astrnorner, shlow tliat.. the highest heat registered w was ias llows: I JIn sun. Iln sihtde. Sund:iy, Iarche 1 141' 104'6 ? o hy ,, " 125*0 75" , Tuesday, ,,, 3 111 I 89e6 Wedneeday, ,, 4 189t5 98ea '.Thursdny, ,, ,. 117"3 . 9806 Triday, ,, 11 13"3 11007 :Saturday, ,, 7, 117"2 73"2 ':he lowvest point whvicht the thrinmomeei t reacheld in the shade ttring this tihne was 58 5, and tha; was on the hottest day,'Sundtr y the first. 'fDurling tie first two days of tlhe present wepk the lieat rwas quiter in keepling withl that of the previous wek...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CRICKET. SOUTH YARRA v. SOUTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 14 March 1868

C RICKET. SOuTII YAMIIA:V. . Sourr MELDOoURsnE. Thie return matches betweenlthe firl:t and second elevens of thesi. clubs were concluded Inst Satuirday. The First Elevens' MaIntch terminated in fitrour of South ,Yarra by. 80 runs; for which honour Soilth i 'nrar is greatly indebted to the splendid batting and bowling of James Sterwart, ithle j?diciious management of the field by W.. Brings (the captain), and tire fine fielding of the team in general. Stewart, in the second einings, witlh slows, got seven wickets off" the South Melhourne men for'3 2 runs;i the whole of the team being disposed of in tine hour-two minntes before thie time ppoilned for tldrawing the stuanps. The best scorers for the winners were Stewart (66 and 14), II. Crook (18 and 17), Turnbull (11 and !14), and.Willeughiby (8 andt 10); anti for the rlosers, IlHeather (5 and 13), M'Gann (0.nnd 17), Osborn (13 ndtl 4), and Stewart (19). Near thie close of thre grame, a photograpIh of tho Sobuth Yiari'a team in the fie...

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