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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

"GENtFAL EWS. We (AgeY-undetand that Lieut. -Wood', late of th.'ttiaitl. shil,, has beeri'dismissed fiom the 0 verqtrrn service... :It, seems tlhat MiBr., Woodslhas bent,convicited, of ,appropriat ing ithe slip's .stores to, his own private use, audof drawing pnly for a botswain when no uch .o?ficer.ivas.employed.2,";' ',i -, 'i The "oiaaloh mier'.in .con mcnotion .with tl a ·~~if#p~', tlt Sohpl A.'c~sscilition ivas'ii hld' 'o af, dafy,, ayaninf; .it . 8t,.eorge's l?'all:' l.?s cix',lh y- ti e? Go ?ernor pret.si'ded TPh'ed rp iit 1i. Plie; f cllomitteoe aclnk'qle;ige h ea lirisd r suappt dlrt Lial been given to the society during th1 .past .year. Ihe,,elevoen chjools whic ~weye stal?lished .in various Icrlolit?s ha!d beenffcientdly' mlati'nined, and iAid "Aitv ian, .avegae aitthndance of 'U clililrbs,'.at an ainuial expenditiure f ef1A is Sd' '8d.e 'arl t was adatd, and oasl 'ctianm anldei aid af:t t;hunds. .Ihrere.was a very goad lattenidynce. During .the recdnt progress rof his Ex...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, OCTOBER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

POL? ICE -,INTEL IG-ENE. SRAIIRAN.COTFRT. .MONDAY, dTonER 1. Befofre tihe Mayor (G. Young, Esq.,) W. l'empletoh; P.MI., J: Cloughli, J. B. Crews, E:sqs., and Dr. Ow'ens. LARCENY.. Fredlerick Robinson, Williami 'Brown, nlld John Brsmble, were brought up, on remand, chariged witll stealing a quantity, of bottles, the property of Goodman Peale, storekeeper, carrying!l on business in 'Arthi'r-street, Prabran; Sarah Gilmore, servant to Mr. 'eale, and Samuel Jones, employed at .the Albion store, clearly established the. guilt of the prispners, the latteir havirig seen themn, between five and sih o'clock in the morning, coming 'out of the 5aird hdjoinin- Mr.. Teale's premises,' with sacks' cntaintagm bottles, which they shortly afterwards offered to witness for sale. They were sentenced to 48 hours' imprisonment. FAhSE PRTRNR?SN . Catherine Bannon ~iras charged with en dleavouring to obtair goods by false, repre, sentations. Joseph Beniamin 'Ruddeock, drapei',' of Chapel-street, Piahiran, ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LIGHT WINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

', LIGHT WINES. "'The foIllobling article from ltho 'Londoi ? anderd, doitains a gdod deai. of sound sens tle: eli subject of wvine tyhih is .aiSit as appro't'iale for Austrtlians'. ns for Eng W thit h' omes of all tlie clheap iiio :tlinat is impoitedil ' some culious sttistids lIave com', before lus, whicli makes .fti qjUestioi interestiifig t alimost every clans... l 180. tlie .amoniit of'duty pilid in this coduntry .on aritfn wines I'jsented ans mportation or , ,10- glunsg About that time thie oioudlati ,consisted of I,000,000Q souis. lailfa cehintry later, notwitlistianding the rovi tof piopultioil and wealth, the imipos :toition of wine las positively dqtreased,the a?niurit'?iporited' being 6,437,2?2 giallons ,inutlie "dc?ide sisho'ed an increetse in the ahnallihnilsitS t:f ibsut 1,000,0)00 gillbns'd; uiill ls:'ye'?r, under the opeiatiUn of tihe rIduced'utiis, ino less than r 12,081,886 gallods :have ?iumn entered for duty; and it should be bmprne in mind thut tlhis latter quan...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THURSDAY OCTOBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

Tsunse4u Osronnn 4. Before lie Miayor (G. Young, Esq.),. G. Pllley and: J. .Mason. . ASSAULT. SEzra Westneat was summoned to show cause why he had not paid £5 damages, with £3 3s. costs, for an acsanlt alleged to have been committed upon a boy named. Thomas Moore. It appeared that the first summons bad been taken out against Ezra Westneat, the fihther of tile young man who was:said to have nssahlted the complainant, and served ipon Mrs. Westneat. The case was struck out, the magistrates stating that proceedings could be talken de nova. SMrALL DEUTs. Alexander Christie v. William M'Q[loud. Goods, £5 7s. Postponed,-J. Pickeringr r. Henry Jones. Carriage ofgoods, E£1 fs. Amount awarded, with 53. costs.-Fisher v. Linton. I A letter was sent to the mayar by Dr. Fetlherston, stating that he felt an ex planatiorl due to MIr. Young and his brother magistrates who composeod thlle bench on Monday I last, in reference to . certificate given to George L;nton,' statinsg that the de fendant would...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FORECASTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

FORECASTING, It is pretty generally believed-and we fear there is too much ground for the belief -that the financial condition of' Victoria is anything but satisfictory, Those who pro foss to know; predict that the Treasurer or, should he be still absent, his acting deputy-will meet Parliament with a budget in which the balance will be greatly against the country-that it will show a larger deficit than we haove yet known, one most likely sa large as to compel the imposition ofnew taxes. We do not profess to say how far the alarmists are right in their con jectures, though we cannot shut our eyes to the fiet that there are certain signs indi cative of the unpleasant fact that increased taxation looms in the not distant future, One oftheso is the avidity with which the Ninistry have seized upon certain reserves of land in East Melbourno and Emerald hilll, and tlhe pertinacity with which they have sold them dispute the opposition of the municipal bodies in whom they were sup posed to b...

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 — 22 September 1866

Auctioneers, Estate Ag nts, &c. A~rjT~NEY~s1r±iI f M ""LA?f j . .?bi ..vl , i,,, t?. i, , I ,,, . . .' , . • '?Iian el arreet rlr,? .. (Agent for the~ ?i9~orian,.1nsur~,aaeiCo~np?,nies.),.z AGENCY.'OF'sPIOE Letting and nSellin,.Xouses ano, Land, INf SOUTH YR1IkAND 'i'.ITS VICINITIT'S AUE NOW b?id0b'O TIlE UEILwkIA 'TATION , i: · omayiuer 00 r 3: NHR# T .-L R Auetolqn r eg , stel A~ipust psl. ailatpr.-n.-=oas Ages: S U i7for llo .Aalrsloios'17,5oT os~I's'LsolNsrstolw ' Consssssnes '" .s is J aOHN: B-';'TAYLk,,OJ,:R',:? Auctioneer. &,,' Vahuator ]nDUBO .A'sD, ESTATE, AN.D COER?LeMM1SIONI ;·F55E5A1L Prdpirties m,- ,' . 4l ." - ': ':·.1 ..:':.,?,.: ,,:,: :: othod efiold: F ur-itur e,"Priv ate ' eets anti Gd ads : ll!,descriptions ,flatalogdN.,1 nud:Sqid ;by4 Auction,. * Oeppoolato Psss slwiGOy TIrsos . .:o1 e?,?t . Amlsin sums of g}Q0.,and upward,; Fi?'r':af " t~~e) if~.afiooe mpifay. 'Fur 1; : , ' " ] D sritions, , ' 7 pai ~ Liern pw P on o o I et1. oonas d jf :::'siid'...

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 — 22 September 1866

Q?ottrntmert. v1. NOTICE. HE TISTS of CLATMANTS for the districts of Elsternwick, St. Kilds Enst., nd St. Kilda West of the Electoral Districts of St. Kilda and the Central Province are now in my possession: and can be INSPECTED by any person interested " in the same. JAMES KNOX, Registrar. Ilelsh-street, St. iilds, Sept. 20, 1866. LECT' ION LII'TS.--OnniPs nf the ls'ts I for the South Yarra andl Windsor Divisions of the Central Provinre and St. TCildia Divisions may be inspected by aly person interested therein. JOHN CRAVEN, Registrar. Treasury, Melbourne, September, 18G6. BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. TlIE severnt benevolent ncleties from wh:eh attpllcentions fr nild have been receivcd in nrcordnuce with the Treasurer's advertisement of thle 11lth May are requested to forward to the Treasury, on or before the 29th inlst., a statement of the amountof the aild wbich they require. (Signed) .:JAMES McCULLOCH. SELECTORS uinder the 7th Section of the AMENDING LAND ACT 1865 (hrby Certifl eante),...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
READINGS BY STARLIGHT:—A CONVERSAZIONE. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

EADINGS BY S'TRLIGIT: A CON-' VErIS? Z ONs i , - o - S B. Thru Covsos'.orln. , - (FROM THI? LONDO'S, EVNIaG STARn.) (f .{oncluded.)" " .;t . • |''ho rite arter this Mr. end Mrs. Sprouts, Eqsiuire,in their noo clhariot. w?as.being dinv t io,''ls a sort o' miusnnm at South Kensington, lele. the conversoziony,.or, gnd p.llaver wos to takel. ilace. Elizurbth was made uIp.slm thing hetween a seventeen-and-sixpenny Gnt moan spring doll and a kopperplate out of the '.Book qf Fashuns;" herl hair was knilered "tpd pinned on 'by a barber as had.utook.th degree qf fusl.t wire-puller a' tlia Inst exmni noshun in Htnover sluare, alnd there was a picter or: her fin of a cove in knee-breechis blowin' 'f IIory O'\loroe on tie flot to agal gsrapin' a, hokey stickinnd lookin' arter.sum eep. . s ftr me, II wns in mournin', as l, but Ji:parst the ticne.very Iplessntly in cling" eopt '" Whip jibehijnd" to the coaclinan as soon ss I f~ltthe boys iumpin' on-the nn irotected.part:of.thb chariot till we got...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DRAINAGE OF ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

'IFE DRAINAGE OF ST, KILDA. T'he:inanyor of the borou-h council of: St - -ildn, accompanied by the towin clerk and siinos of thle colncilloars, had an interview oD I'uesnlav with thp .hon, the Commissioner :of' Public ?Vorls, con.cerning the drainage of tlhe bur .i ...: TIll: Mlavor saiui t e borough coundii desired to urgs the claim which they con-t sidjeied they possessed for a sum of money, to 1 1e placed on the estimates to carry out the c system of drainage initiated in tl!e borough. rhe peculiar formnationa.o! St. Wilda had, he said, caused a laige amount atof water to flow tbhrough tihe centre of the. borqugh ;it, in fact laiinld a -very large, extent ol couptry .Ior, . cnsiderqblo distance .oditside it. A: grear quanlity?,f water wqs consequentlyi lodged on the low-lying ground of thle "horyagl, which tbo council was coinpeled to, malke provision I to get rid of. Tlherewasa ecrrvspondploce:iI c the departnmet so far hac as 1857? respecting t the claims. of thlii Idoblitf ir ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INTREPIDITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 22 September 1866

INTREPIDITY. In thi earlypart of tho present century the borough of Southwark was not only, ast now, the lair of laiwless vice,. butt the 'ireia pl burghiry felo?n3?, and c'imn: itlrioby lanes contgluoes to the river; queerily built hulises, vwith doors open all tday, but aboundin- in piaces of concealnenut fit for Bi'll Syakes; cellirs ii which snatched luxuries were levoured with wild revelry; and delta-shapied garrets, accessible by ladders, which a monkey or squhirel would havte hesitated before at:emoting to climb, harboured by day the ruffians who were by ni'ht the terr.or of London, andl whose applrehlensionnWas stniu Iaied by large promised reearde froitm the Isome Office. Tie' reader wlo is fimilta. (and wio is tot?) with the talented .novel ofh " Pelihami," will find in the thirdc volume of that admin able masterpiece the most poerfwlfl and vivid description oftlhese dens that can be offeredl.. 'To praise "Pelliam".is not our task--quis vituperavit--wo lear testimiony to t...

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 — 22 September 1866

BIRTH. BERCKELAER.--On the 15th inst., at   High-street, St. Kilda, Madame van       Berckelaer of a daughter. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1866.

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 — 13 October 1866

-ADVERTISEM/ENTS. COMRIIERCIAL ROAD, PRARRAlN, October, 1866. We beg to announce that we are NOW OPENING And will continue to receive during the month, our usual Selections of SPRING AND SUMMER bRAP~`PER Consisting of novelties in the various dopartments. RicH NEW BLACK AND COLOUdtED SILKs. An immenso variety of New Dress Fabrics, in all the new. designs. NEW PRINTS, CAMBRICS;, &c. A Splendid Assortment of new . STRAW AND MILLINERY GOODS, In Hats and Bonnets,. New Ribbons, Feathere, Flowers, and Fancy Trimmings. Rich Black Poult-deo.Soie &GGlace JACKETS, in every new shape. PAnAsoLs, PARACHUTES, and UnrBRELLAS. OI?0roLINES, in the 8letea shapes. La|DIEs ' and CHILDREN's UNDEROLOTHING &c... , We have also much pleasure in stating that we have scured the services of' Mr. JOHN WILLIAMSON (eight years cutter in one of the leading lMelbourno hoases) 'to superintend our TAILORING DEPARTMENT which has grown to be on of the most important brneches of our business. We...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WEDDING NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 13 October 1866

THE WEDDING NIGHT. Mr. I-Ielvetius Partltt was a surveyor, and lis dog, Snob, was a w?ire-haired teIrrier, of a :ighltish brindle; a compact, strong, staunch little fellow, who wouhli play thie very devil with a cat; and as for rats-oil, it was one down and another come on for as long as you pl'edded I Snob liiM dwelt some time with Mr.. Partlett, vlwhile he was a bachelor residing in chambers and le was the terror of all the old vice-chaoicery cats frequentirig the gardens of Clifford's Inn. 3But both dog and master were now about to alter their situation in life; for Mir. HIelvetius Partletr, tired of single blessedness, fell in love with Miss Evelina Drookman, at one of the Concerts de "Shiver" (holld in the very cold weather at Drury Lane Th'leatre) Miss Evellna Brookman's papa was proprietur of a gobd business in the oil andItalian warehouse line; and Mr. Helvetius Partlett, discovering that he was not disagreeable to Miss Evelina, commencedl his acquaintance with her father, b...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOUNT ERICA BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 13 October 1866

M&OiNT EIICA B:]i\ D OF HOPE: On W'edne?day eve inw an entertnin ment was given in ti?'e 'o1n-lilni , Prahrill n. ltdi ilthe company' haid e?njoed i n exdellint ten,. n hymn nwa sungannti a Irayer : ffe'red ?ip b; tire ie , S, ', au:, w.ho ec:p.ied the lhe CHAiaMAN expressed bai regret at lhe abselce of serveru l gentlemen who were to iate 'ntteniddei . 'i'iI Rev . aDfi had been eiled away upon eiregious dutlrties, linut hrad Iasire.' Irin td irifomi themtha tt Ihe waslied i)lrm e~reef successC 'hey oruglitto be "rate' lil fo the iproress thie temperamnce catuse Inc mindi and i8r tire rianinet' in whhicr tie iiteriesis aft:lre 'vorn'i were 'ttintiele to in thn iresent daly : 5 teny or trrenty-five relns io' thel;re i noit?no sb mil'h irteretst ,t dilis3ed , tilir' b hrl~ri[ ni a~ti't trtt minti,'Iblis of nlib e"nere iiot lierd i~f'. Mr. iWongh t.tin' cio?iirinieteil: l1: Kiirihiam 'fir tlir trouble rhe ir'!tiacel to?inooee tie teinieranoce mlveeni;."'. He haiil oInoiow" tira...

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 — 13 October 1866

Medical NO MORE BALDNESS. THE undersigned beg to notify that they J. have now received a LARGE SUPPLY of tile new and Successful Remddy for Baldness. It bas now been in uIse in Sydney about thrte months, and ill Victoria barely half that period; and already there are numerous authenticated eases in New South WiYales, and slon, hIere, where the hair Lis positively growing luquriantly where none had ben found for several years, It is easy of appli Scation, and very little dearer than ordinary ponma toum. We would strongly urge all who require its aid to lose no time, as the supply is limited. Beware of imitations, ia none is genuine unless bearing tie signature of ED HY. O'NEILL on the Irapper of each bottle. P Tobe obtained from al respectable druggists an perfumers. HOOD and CO., 160 Elisabeth-street, Agents for Vietoria and Tasmania, AG ?NTS. St. Kilda .P. E. Mathews Emerald Iill ... ... F.C. Lamb Prahrrran . F, A. White. Consumption, Diseases of the Chest, Chronic Cough, Defective...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 13 October 1866

. POLI - INTELLIGENCE.. . ST. ,KILDA COUR'T. ': .TuLs'iJAY, OCTOBER 9. . Befire'tho b 'iioi(\V. Ford, Eej.), F. 'Dnny, d " . , FI:-?T lhl tt, . . ASSA ib' A Niid? i A:MA TO PIItPERTY.,. ': - A.1''Pl'ii'.ti"iv aschiir.,'.d 'iithl assauin4g JhTi:if' Wiisiij;iiirlFwitliitAiil iii , ir6op)ry belonzinogto iIeiir' Arthiur: Wilkivnson.' Mr.i Altliliy.J'or:tgmplaiitut ntid Dr.:BMaikay fbr .defeidriant. .,:;:rs. Wilki son: said; thit her hlsblnd.,va- assistant ,gl,l ..meller ,ct tihe , ionj J.iBIk.,. On..,liiird',iiiy lust the fdifenb.I o.it knocked, it the .dr, of.r her Ihtlom., which is s inutedl.ji Victorii-street, off Aelund sti'eilt,,i rid ansked for ildmittilrick stiating that lno"cam, to se :. about pVlptriig the rooms. Si 'atttihlied to :;clsB tii doo'r but he' forced it ipen antii went in. lie nftielva:rds took ipldl. ot her by th. narms, nad forced her out or thi. luse. us Tm.'hfrniture wivs also taken out Iand was much damagned It would cost alput,o 3 itj: ..,t. :.re|lir .it. ;:. ...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 8. Present—The Mayor (W. Ford, Esq), and Councillors Tullett, Oldham, Gardiner, Bunny, Peterson, Turner, Patterson, and Fowler. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 13 October 1866

MUNICIPAL INTELLIGENCE ST.-KILDA- COUNCIL. ]oaDAY, OnTonieR 8. - present?-'hllo 'Mayo: (W. Ford, Esq), anl SCorncillors Tullett, Oldlim, Gilinel, Bunny', Peterson, 'lTulnelr, Pattersot, ind ?lolel. Cilncillor Fowler having read the usual declraltion anii taken his'st - st 'llThe minlltes of the last meeliag were read andl eonlhfi'med.l. :-. COIttttEsPONDENCEu .- i - r etters vwere read ...on the: Cenrtraul Board of lIealtli, fr iad-ing suggestions for preventing the introi ulaction of cholerta ilto the distict. On tile motion of Colncilor Turner, seconded by Coencillor Peterson, the matter was:relerred to tlle Local Ionrd of Healthl with power to deals with it :. . ..... From tihe -?Rev. W. Moss, of Prnhr;ia , inibrming tihe counncil that His Excellelicy the Governor had consented to open the new hililing' of the Victorian Deef ind Dumb lelstitution on Satttd y, tihe 13ith Octo',er and that tile ceremony would lie sscceeel by a banqiet. Mr. Moss requres?el to k,,ow if tihe Mayor :in...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SOUTH MELBOURNE CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 13 October 1866

SOU' 1H ME~I l3BOURNE CRICKiE' OLU . 'A ·imatch. :was commenced on ti'i Sooth Melbournre ground lest Satirdity weedk amnd continrued l st Saturday, which g'Wre -rise to no lidtle amouiilt of cxcitmenie-t nii mg' th members'of'tlie club, especially those selected to phiv. 'Ilhe tnichi was nirnonunced tod be between the first eleveri rnil tlie neit nie-; teen ofti cluo, an 1 ( tliere c:i'n b.i ver, littlh doubt had.tld it ihnteen. who ivere selected put in an nppenirance tire eleven ivonll l ave been vanqiished instea:l oft' t!h' vilrms. ' On mustering at the crrm:netiiemin i't' of 'the mnntch it was ' found tllh t ti: >r't'li" first eleven woreI present' nnd only twrlve, of ithe nintet ti,: bnt' iiothi'iri' tluint.'d:firle' twiilve,' after clecti.ng rW. ...l'Clinr'o ns their c;alptiiin, took the .fiuld..- Mr. MA?Clrn'esoelt;ed tI know the cai psalities ofn ech of his mnr iind pil;iced them i acc,rdlingly; .t!e bowlers , luring' tihe inrhin'gs beeiri" Ianpar'd, Criul,, L',in liviur...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRAHRAN PENNY READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 13 October 1866

P' RATIRAN ' lENNY , READIGS. On Tuesda evenn thle. lIast of t'he first se'riea of Piinny Readln s was .iven:i? ilith Towu-hall,- Prdhitan ' TIheriB"':b' hi. "over flowing, nudience, the largde hall efiig literally ciowded - a most satisfacto. -assurance of the benefit likely to 'aqroci ;othbose for whose inRp:ivemenit. such. ieadnlis.. were filrst insti-. ruted, and a great encouir'g',ment toathe kind and,' trilented. priofiotirs ,of; the' sClieine ii "ictorain, to to Prahiran is-due the honour of b~ei'g thie :fo r mo;t in followin' the excellent examiple of our fiiendsi in th? old.cuntry. On thl pi'esent occasion the Mayor of Mel baurne (W. Bayles, Eq. ) occupied the chair. ir. Cuinp.ir tread a report, ltrPom, wblich it apieared that tlie total nuimber' ff 'eople atlsittt.ul to hearn the r:esihin'-,. eicluSiv 'ofi biose present, was. 598,·- £s 2'0sa'd. lhaving ken receivtced..: Ainoiingstthe reifetitfiiisemost solthy. of notice were thie " Charige of tlhe. j ight Briga~np".given b...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE NEW SCHOOL AT TOORAK. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 13 October 1866

TG17E i\ 01C0uL. ATi TO)RAK.. 'Ths' Bishop. of M-elbourne deliveired a lecture ou 'lTuesday. oevening last, us :ai surt of inauguratiin of the .neow schoolhouse, ;,?hich lbis just :been. erected at 'l'oorlk,i tiitroih the aenergy of the R .. Waltir Fellows mnd the ii einlitfy of the inhabit:nito T:: Ohui was occupied by i. IBlackwvoold, andl tlhr; was 'a ghood attendauce,insicidisg 1Isdy Mthnees antd the Alisses Sutton: A?ier a trw introductiory remia:t ksti 'roi: the. .Clir y ian ,. ",. .',i t. . "- 1. :' ' , .'The. LsEanior snid ,that he had : grenti ileasre in allppearing before them. to lecture On the subject of "'God's Providene, tis hlown iian tho .I-istory, of tih Gold-fiehls." This slubject Ihad occupied his mind a gireat !eal.for a number of yeOars,anl it wis a: sub-. ject upon which he was :always; glah to:. spok whieneveoi' an opportunity: was:ft?nfdelld Iimn. After ref?erring to .the·seate of the' .col'ny. previtus to the golld diiscovere, snl des?ribin? its rai)idl'prgi...

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