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THE SALARIES QUESTION IN PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

THE SALARIES QUESTION IN PRAIIRAN. Taken as a wioplo, the debate on this sub ject in the Pra Iran Borough Council, on Monday last, is calculated to lower that body in the estimation of the public. The evident acerbity withl whih the spminority discussed the question plainly showedl tlhat some pf them, at least, wrei adtuated by other motives than economical ones. I On the question of reduc tion of salaries we are prepared to fight a fair battle, and if wpv'sted to give in; but we do not believe it to be sound policy, nor in accordance with the wish of a majority of the ratepayers, that: the borough officials should be unde'paid. When we have got trustworthy and efficient servants, tinder whose manage ment the borough has prospeed,*it is some thing worse than, folly to retduce them to the point at which i untried officials coquhld be obtained. We are as ardent advocates for economy as either MAr. Crews or Mr. Lacey ; but, then, it most be economy-not par simpny. There is a point at w...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. CHURCH OF ENGLAND GRAMMAR SCHOOL v. SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

.7 ,iJ:-;.i~i;i' RICKIT. I I CussoTn OF ENGLAND GRAMMAR' SCHOIOL . 'v. SoUTH YAInA. *A match was played on Saturday afternoon, the 17th. inst., between the' above clubs, ivwbichlwas won easily by the latter. . Mrj F. Marsden batted.well for Eouth Yarra making a .fine ,score of 32 runs. The following are the scores:- . CnonHUn o ENGLAND GoCnAmrAI SHOOIn. Williams, b Turnbull ... . .. ...I 0; .. ooto, c and b Bristow .r. ... 1...3 Jdnnings, st Turnbull, b Bristow ... 1 Cary, c Young, b Bristw ... Fuilford, b Turnbull .i. ... 1 Smith, run out ... ... ... .. 0 C(cury sub.), b Turnbull ... .. 5 J. Wright (sub.), c Gair1 b Turnbull ... 0 G. Wright, c Oir, b Britow .. 0 Smith (sub.), b Turnbull .. ... '3 Jomnings (sub.), not out;.. ... ... ' Byes, 5 ; wido, 1 ... ... ... , STotal .2.. . ' 25" S SOTHn YAhBA. '. SF Marsdcn, b Green .. , ' "2,. : M. J. S. Gair, b Smith ,. ... 0 R ,. C. Turnbull, b.Smith .. . 0 •:. .O. I. Browm,ru out : ..:run e...i'0t' Young, run out ...r ..,u : .:.;n. -. :'t...

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 — 24 March 1866

IIOLLOWAY'S PILLS aire decidedly the best remedy for all disorders' of tlhe stomiach and bowels, the liver nou' kidneys. They'act with so'decided'an effect, and:yet so gently, that people of the most dqlicate constitutions may take them with the. most perfect conideneo. They do not contaitn a singl~ grain of mercury or other noxious substance; being 'composed exclusively of raroe' balsams. They are, therefore, equally safe and efficacious, and as n: family medicine, nothing yet invented'or discovered can be compared witli them foraa moment. With' thleso'iise::timablo Pills at hand, together 'with thle printed directions ofilxed'to'each box, no other m dical adYicecorastaistanco. can bs needed 'in any. ordiinry case of sickness, Business Directory. MEDICAL. A' F, White, Chemist and Druggist, (the post olnoel Chapel -street,.Prahran. STOREKEEPERS, GROCERS, &C. J. Gunomer,Whol]esale and Retail Grocer, Chapel street, opposite Union-street, Prahran. E. Rule, Grocer and Provision ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, MAcn 90. 2 Pefore the Mavor (W. Ford, Esq.), and J. Wilson, iM Ptterson, T AlCombie, and T. Baillie, Esqs. TRREATENING LANGUAGE. John Bryan, who has several times been before the court, was brought up on warrant, charged wvitli threatening to do some grievous hbodily harm to his wife, Bridget Bryan. The prosecul'rix did not appear, and the prisoner was reprimsnded and discharged. - MINOR OFFENCES. SAnne Kinaivan was finedO10s, or forty eight hours' imprisonmebt, for drunkenness and disorderly conduct; and John George, for a similar offenice, was fined 5s. or twenty four hours' imprisonment.--Mary Salivan was fined 10s. for.having two unregistered dogs in her possession. Mr. Bradshaw said it was the intention of the borough authori ties to take proceedings against all persons who had not registered their dogs.-Samuel Griffitlh, for neglecting to have properly con structed cesspools on his premises, was fined £5, to be reduced to ,1s. on the nuisances being a...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THURSDAY, MARCH 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

T"ounsDAY, MARCH 22. Before the Mayor (J. Snowvball, Esq.,) and W. Templeton, Esq., P.M. TRESPASS. J. R. Burns charged Peter A. King with wilful trespass. Mr. Read for plaintiff, and Mr. Miller for defendant. From the evidence it appeared that in 1858 the plaintiff pur chased a house With land, situated in Charles street, from a Mr. Brewer, and it had since been occupied by a man named Pow; that Pow locked up the house and went to the diggings, and that during his ab pence the defendant took possession of:the premises;, but was ejected therefrom on the 3rd' February.' lo, however, again ob tained posSession, and put fresh locks on the doors to prevent any person having the keys from coming in. He refused to go out' when asked by plaintiff Several tins of nails which were in the building had been emptied, and an iron safe removed into the yard. For the defence it was alleged that defendant had been put in possession of thie property by a gentleman firom Geelong, but the bench did not...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SANITARY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

SANITARY REPORT. Report of the' Health, Cleanliness, and general Sanitary Condition of the borough of Emerald Hill for "the half-year ending 31st Deceinber, 1865. • IEALTII. The resident medical practitioners consider that theperiod under report has been marked by more than the average amount of sickness, especially during the latter months, and attri bute the same to atmospheric and. climatic causes. The diseases most prevalent here have been amonigst children, and have been con'estion of the brain, diarrhona, diphtheria, scar'iet. fever, and whooping. cough. The spread of the last being traced to actual communication between children; and, with this exceptioe, the disorders enumerated have not spread epidemically. VITAL STrATISTiCS. The number of births and' deaiths returned by Win. Haig, Esq:, lM.D: "the district registrar, are as follows :- ' ' Births.. .. .. ... 243 Deaths... '. ... .' .: 102 The numbers reported for the,correspond ing six months (January to June) of the preced...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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FRIDAY, MARCH 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

FRIDAY, 'MAIiOR 23.. Before the Mayor (W.rPord, Esq.) and 'T ,.: ,. 1 aillie,.and M. Patteison, Esqrs'. . .MINOR OFFENCES. U.:i: United.Railway Company v. Francis B. Clarke. Travelling without, a ticket. The defendant pleaded that ho had found a :: monthly ticket, and by travelling with it he .' did not consider that he was doing wrong. :He was fined £5, with £1.1s. costs. SASSAULre., i.:: Honora Millman was charged:. by Robert SLawrance wvith using abuse and. threatening l: anguage. : As there appeared to be faults on' - both sides, the bench dismissed the'case. : ; Artheri Kenney was charged .by a' Mr. Downey .with an assault. Frozp.the.evidence iit appeared that the complainant in 'company. with a friend had visited' Kemiiey's Lathing 'ship on. Saturday last with the intention' of having: a bath.. 1The defendant (brother of the proprietor)-refused to allow them to bathe on the ground that:sports ,were going. on, a good deal iiony passed between the parties, w.hich: terminated by ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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GARDINER DISTRICT ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

GAfID1NER ?']DI?TRC1 -ROAD,BOARD,. A meeting of the Gardiner District Road Board Was held on Wednesday evening last, when, Messrs. Bensop (hbaiiman),; Watts, Young, and Woodmason were present. The minutes of the last---meeting having, been read and co.ifirmed, Mi. 'Hunt 'appealed against the amount at which he was. assessed, which was reduced, frot i70 to £o60.-4 letter from the. Treasury.wps read, enclosing the first moiety of the gpvernment annual grant, the engineer, stating that in'. consq quence of the corporation pf the borough of Praliran' having' made' 'a 'slight alteration in his salary, asid ?esolved that their surveygqr should not hld any piqblip appoiatment outside the borough, he yey Uch regrettd thliat he was obliged' .to send in his' resing-. nationi to the board.! "M? Griffi further stated that he hladiendeaivured; udlring the tiime he had hold" thei' appointment,"; to. dii' chiar? his duties faithfully and ho'nestly, aqd ho trustel" they h 'had bien' satisfied' wvit...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 19. Present—The Mayor, (J. Snowball, Esq.), Councillors Crews, Hutchings, Lacey, Dickson, White, Vail, and Clarke. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

:P R'AH AN. C O U.N. I L. MONDAY, MARCH' 19. Present--The MIayor, (J. Snowball, Esq.), Councillors Crews, Hsitchings, Lacey,; Dickson, White, Vail, anl Clarke. The minutes, of the last meoting were read and confirined., CORRESPONDENCE, Letters were read-. From the Commissioner of Trades and Customs, bforwarding foir. the inspection of the Piahian Counc:il'the copy of 'a notice relative to the issue of standard troy weights under the "Weights and Measure Statute, 1864." Received on. thle motion of Councillor .Dick son, seconded by Councillor Clarke. From Mr. Williasm Turner, eepretary of the'general post-ofce, Melbourne; sking' the council to forward the number of houses in the. borough for the purpose of compiling certain statistical infbrmttion relative to postal business and to the delivery of letters Lc., by letter carriers. Councillor. :Lacey moved, and Couincillr Hutchings secqnded, that the Town Clerk furnish the required in formation.-Carried. - I From Mr. Thomas Bagg, qf Wel...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

POL.OR INTELLIGENCE. FRAHR4N OOTURT, , MONDAI, MAaC O19. . 1. , Before W. Teinmpleton, P.Ma.,, nd I. . . Crews, Esqs:' DRUNKENNESS. John Connolly, charged, with drunkenness and obstructing the footpath, was. discharged, having been looked -nj-since wo o'clock on Sunday . . LUN4OY.. . Mary Ann M'Go?ern:who was sent to the Western gaol. for: medical: treatment on criday .'last, was ;further reingaided," a sl e was still of unsoundimiqd.. A NaOGLEcTED. CHILDn::. Mary Ann "M'Govern,, about: ifourteen months old, was charted as a nenlected child.. William ,Cafea, ii laboureirresidingsag Peel street, said theochild's mother was a single Somuian iand: was also :aniimed: Mary ~Aun M'Govern.1 The father went; by the name of O'Shea: !Witness had: seen he .motlier. intoxicated three or four times. On Thursdihy last:she wds brought to witness's house :by a caliman wheu Witnesswas away .fropt lioime. About .half'an hoar after he canme honae she copmeniced beating : and ttied tol hito :i her daug...

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE WARD QUESTION. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 24 March 1866

SCORRESPONDENCE. .THE WARD QUESTION. Tt th? Editor of thie et'darph. Sir,-A11ou h.I might have'ben conttnt to have passed, over in. silence, ond' withebit comnpnt, the 'ahbusive and scurrilois artice] contained iin .your issue of the1Oth' inist., ygt I feel thant that 'a'ticle, in justice to myself as well :as the' cause I have advocated, deservres some ireply at miy hands. I intended to have 'replied.I to it'in your last issu, bu business prevented me, and 'nrn, after the reply of your correspondent "Aniti-Campbe1 and Co.',. in' your paper of last Saturday, the task of replying is rendered comparati el easy. Inmay remark, Sir, at the outset, that one would,'have supposed from the lpanguage employed in. you'r' leading article, and. the epithets used regarding nmyself,. that when -you. penned that very extraordinary production you must have. l-ad a . copy, of Johnson's Diftiomnaiy beside joui, for, according to your leading article, I am a "magnanimous" (what a long-nebbed word), a "...

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TEMPTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 31 March 1866

TEMPTA'TION. Yes, very beautifull' . .' Not the beauty that fades in years ? not the white neck, and rosy cheek, and spark hing eye, and ruby lip, suid idl that esort of loveliniss that poets praise,' men love, and talk of dying for. Nothing of that- kind was the beauty of Clere Glen. She was tall and iobly formed, with an eye that commanded your admira tion. Her cheek was brown, her lip. was rather pale, her fdrehead 'was not high,'her hair was black-as-midnight; I cannot well describe-hdr to you aso that you can under stand her bdeauty. If you were to ask me any one of the ordinary questions about it, I should:: answier, No. -Was she graceful ? No-but she was majestic. 'Haid she a small hand ? No--but her hand was of shape and colour, and vein tracing, 'that made st fit for a sceptre. She was one whom, seeing-first in a crowded assembly you would pause and gaze at with admiration and respect; whom, seeing alone, you would feel the temptation almostirresistible to spring forward to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 31 March 1866

XS4bQpT~il.A;ND TEits L-~c nglliter en ables mirth to breathe freely; rand tears allow -orrow to vent itself freel'y.: '?ears hinder sorrdw fronim' be'doming despair and maidness, end laughter is one df thoe pivileges of reason, for it:bhelongs only to the kyninat u?:species.. A .--~.lt i' ii:obtneworthy fapt thdal amongst the manufactures of this colony, there.are few who can seek an equal distinction, and perhaps none who can eso justly. claim a superior ?,over British ;or European manufacturers as oir ieLat-oldch .obt. makers. The excellence of thd disign in fltliog'td the anatomy of the foot,; by #haping lasts. tolts requirements, which is so egsqntialin bespoke boots, and almostasindispensaible.as the material-itaelf. .,fore' especially in al country like.'ours' wrhetr '4e' beat "of sinmmer nio way tends io make the feel harder or more healthy. The style of cut and ihnpe. thei workmanship and finish qftour flrstelass co lonial boots all go to show that.ih no country in.the worl...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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TUESDAY, MARCH 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 31 March 1866

TUESDAY, IfAnsRH- 27. Before the Mayor,(:W., F0rd, Esq.), and ,T.., 4 Combie, .and E. J: Williamnis, Esqs,. , DESIERTION. Geor' e Thomas Matlies'on was charged,:' witc'deseiting his'children and leaying thie, without adequate means of support- Mr. Godfrey defended 'the prisoner. CoAnstable Riordan ascei'tained that the children had bee4 sleepingg in the open air, being afraid to go into their father's house as he was intoticated`. He 'tok charge"of them, anid they had W remained :under his care since. Tueday/last, the prisoner .having refused to take thein bhck'i A suimmons had been issiidd Ogamst 'the- pisoner,e biut" ,,hen .nletded to a ppa? befare thB court, ', warrant was there fore',taken ui" for his apprehension.' Mr Godfirey saidthit it was through nu'disrespct" t - the bench that tlie risonehad'not obeye thesummnons, but because he wits intoxicated. He did not tbik it was a case of deiertidn but th6ib'pii3ner liad "been incarcerated' for. three days, and, at any rate, he cru...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 31 March 1866

POLICE;i INTELLIGENCE S. IL.D'A, C 0 U -RT: MON. At. , ," AC ? ". ' BefdýoIr. Van Hemeit and Miles Patterson< :;' ;Ttic " iT ppi.g, ciarged with ,lunacy, was 'diliaiged. , . . ' . -.Richara Storey was lirged with wilfully exposing himself i" a public place. Thui prisoner lhaid been. bathing" in a forbidden spot, but as'the offence app'eared to have beeia committed through ignorance, lie was dis-. charged . , "

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THURSDAY, MARCH 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 31 March 1866

THUnsDAY, MARq.??. 29. Before the Mayor (J..Snowball, Esq.), and W. Tesrpletont Esq., P..I. LARCENY. I Jacob Bacon was summoned by James Hope, of the Dandenong-road, for stealing grapes. Mr. Walker for defendant. Sarah AnneJackson, a little girlir the service of plaintiff, deposed that on the 19th inst. the defendant, who had previously been in the plaintifi's employment, called at her master's house. He had no grape~ when. he came there, but she was sent dfier him as he was going away, 'and When he was at the gate she saw that lhe had several bunqhes of grapes in his ~iandso, and also some grapes in his pockets. T'he plaintiff'stated that defendant- called upon him on Wednesday last,- after he had received . the summonp, acknowledged that he had taken the grapes, and wished hi qnot to prosecute. The' efvi antt came to the house for ?s, being the 'balaifee of wages due.to Ilam for io.:okipg in the garden, He valued the grapes which had been stbledi at 2s. Mr. Walker said the1 procee...

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PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 31 March 1866

P PRAR RAN CQOU-URT. MONDAY, lARCIc 2. Bifie, Wi'iTemileton,:.PiMij:. and::-J'.B:J i', ' ; a, n. '* ; rewp,:Esqs.:',.')^ o, i-',.,.i i p..?f, h'i B. Tj il dlt- ,.: .S A LLA nIa"'B T ; li 3 :h ' . , :z':/'; ' W, Biurtt v. *:J;. Clarke.L: Goibdsp)£19'm 1,0 r ,.oate.ipearantce:foriefendantnJ Aniount b: M>1rded,.with i;es'cosk--SamoeB/v.) 1' Cox:'; Goids, ^ , id.,ld) • Ap,.dt,.Spi'dd.-uvi.th:/ 6& tofstse-Same.oWilleni' CGraven' Goodepn" is. 'ld ,Pldintiffd:said;indefiedatL 'ht d t aTreed 'to & ,cBm? 'a, '!uanefl'f poad. applied b'';'him to. A Mr...'Pren.. : mis'ed,>tie bench having noourisdiotio... L~DAd arAnn~oP~rnitI * v.'ioinaNoblfY, 1e/^ c hParwker whli.itlty nagmginf a vYelilp v py7 elig'ent idriving. Mr.pReed;:for. plaintiff,,' n-Mr.'Weller for ' defendant.' Henry " Sin-n.dfls.,'.n'ca driver in the ;mlopy)0 OX.frh Par er, gaid .he. a duv ng along tlhe Qar.-.; Udilrs Crekrd:r9ada:nj hise ratre alrn fron% ', delbourne, with Mr. Scott in his convoyance, fnd when...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 31 March 1866

Educational. WRITING TAUGHT IN EIGfT LESSONS. -r, & Mre. J. RAINSPORD NEEDHAM, * 9, Brunswick.street, Fitzroy. SUCCESS GUARANTEED. CAUTION. TT havidg come to Mr. Needham's knowledge that Sseveral parties wishing to place themselves under hisi tuition, have been deceived by imagining tlat be llas a branch Academy, begs to state that ie is not, and has never been, during the many years he has been a Teacher of Writing in Mel bourno and Suburbs connected with any other '1eaeher in Melboqrne. Therefore to avoid dis ippointment, rememnber that he tehclis only at lP. Brunswick-street, Fitzroy. Testimonials from Dr. Broniby, Dr. Barry, R. Elworthl?, Esq., and many otlhers can be seen at the Academy. Medical. Under Patronage of the Medical Pmrofession. JROVED to le of mper tran double tie strengtls Sof any other. and thbrefore the inost effectual roa led for ldigestion, pDye ppsia, a illiousnees, Aed oln Ioth Stomachll Sour luctations, Nausea, Vomectslg, Imladaphe, L'ostiveneaoss. D...

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MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 31 March 1866

MEMORANDA. " The monthlyv meeting of the South Suburban Hlorticultural Society will be hell on Tuesday eren ing, at the usual time and place. A Special Court F P1'tty Sessions will bha holden at the Court House, St. Kilda, on Wednesday, the 18thll day of April, at the hour of ten o'clock in the fore noon, for the purpose of revising the Supplementary Lists of nnmcs of persons claimning to vote for Mem hiers of the Legislative Council and Assembly fobr the St. Kilda E?hat, St. Kilda Wesl, end .lostcnwick Di vision of the Central Province, and of the Electoralu Di.triCt of St. Kilda. A concert, under the somewhat noovel title of a '" Musical Service," was given in the Independent Churech, Commserciu-ro-ad, last nonday evening, in. aid of the expenses of the psalmody of the church. ?Au admirable selection of music fronm tho?~iitinies of Hlandel and Mendelsshon, with one or two church anthems, formed the programme. .Mr. Excn gave " Comfort ye ,my People" and " Every Valley," from the Me...

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ST. KILDA v. CORID (GEELONG.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 31 March 1866

Sr. KILDA v. Conro (EzrI.oN.) ' An interestingi and.well, contested mat?h took place last Saturday between on eleven of the Str. Kilda Cicket ;Club? and an" equ:al number of the Corio Cricket Club., on' the ground of the latter. . The, weather, was warm and fine. The Corio Club went first to tlhe, wiLckets, ard .sCored sixty-one, St. Kilnda following with anothei sixty-one in their first innings. In the secoitd innings, Wiliamns's bowlini for St. K jIda, ivhich was much admired, began to tell onl the Casio ien,,who were put out fbr forty nruis, a:nd thie St. Kilda men won. the. matcli, .having scored forbty-four, with the loss of two wickets, ii theio second innings. The scoire:, S Conaoa . ,. Oiborhe, 1 Gri ? '.i " tRiddle, ru olt," .. i . Adami,.b Wsilliams ...m ,J. . 11 SRIt:ppou, c and b Green' 0 : Slhidin, b Grene Wood, c M.at..,'b Osborna .. '.' O;'':. lBuckland, notlout ... ' i FlrFison b V illilams .... aoBe, c itaIlli b ?Iirhis B;iesll:; 1 b~yesi 3s wide s, 5 .. 9 ! To :,l....

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