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MUSCULAR CHRISTIANITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

11USCUL?u R CHRIbTIANITY.. .1i0ii TaE MAaOiESTS Zr iBnfl :n '. aoar .T?.arJ-,';oursaarm~a? HLC .B I the autumn:of 1?~7, (I spent a few days in a npduntry pasonage and onU the fltlu-w . moriing, whilsa we were sitting at breakfaski dhe pastor's witi .'eceived a le.:ter awhidh hei cittering -told us must be a titbit. s." ? , uncl?', exclairdud sbe, "Ihere are clhigical doi??S exdctly toyour taste." 'The witeir, a litdy in a distant counstry, narrated that there had littely cbme into tim nej epaiish a new icar, a very ine young mtan;".wi ti?'?'chatl I al uosiipei'ir elther in Gieekdr .iit bbiiiig, anddwho hit the uiniversity wron: ibi;;oi for his classic and silver cuCis friri'isbohting. He was begliniagin e?'urnest the wvo'k jof as evangelist qinob~ a loneiinegleatidevicious, an.l' btliltr peoilsl: l He had t ' pland and "i will bet man"ny oithly itlk wee f?arinhg th?lt his z?eal was 'witlhout iliowlbde-.Lr wisl?m at any raite. One .f his'.irat inea su,,es' ias to open ai'sellolin a e...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. BLACKS V. WHITES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

CRICKET. BLACKS V. W HITEs. This matol, which.was between Eleven Aboriginaols:and Eleven of the Melbourn Cricket Club, was played on the MCo. gFround on Wednesday and-Thursday lust. T'he Whites won easily, but their coloured olpponents played in a style .which showe tlt they understood cricket, and . only wanted more practice against first-class players to make them Al.. Their weak point was their batting, for with the excep. tion of Mullah (who is really a splendid hitter), Bullocky, and Cuzens, none of them could make a stand against Handfisld's slows. In the field they were quite equial, if no" superior, to their white opponents, and Cuzens's skill with- the ball is fully testified biy tdie factt that in the first iinings he bowled 60 balls for 24 touns, l maiden, and 6 wickets. T'hat: these blackfellows should have pe. vented such an eleven;as they were pit ed against from making only 100 runs in their first innin'gs.speaks volurmies for their cricket ing albility.... We..have.n...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FRUIT SOIREE AND CONCERT AT THE TOWN HALL, PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

F 0n l Slkt NDIo ONC ERC rUT AT TM8cj~ 4 E jL, RPfAHRAb n Jnr zndivvs'is v kiiag sraidricits ea and clo?tAas:held:ir?I?' oi halotilp *hrna . I Ioa "ntoruituarent,' rwhibch W- ~a? ndar l th po agent he o e oh st/ers ofW in aid:ofaitul.a ftliadasolilte Prisrnad i ,uualr a.'.r.:,dloes; a Benevolent, t'rtietl UI'iere woas:not lao:lae anre~rlha?adei~ledul hove ueeno desired ?a ltlodglbi'tcih bll, yi, ; iretty :well fiiled., l thu ' "iten?" Di'" Muellzer,~whLo was tohave b~een ph'essn.l'ti-t who was. prevented; by ilhtndss friO n 'tieA'driAWt ounocillor',Dickson iwaselatead t :'iiieside, on theiontioh df: Jl. 1itihard,,Iiidot: joiib. 'he' o hairmai, 'iu.i, he: durQie df is dobser. vratirions, siid the Forester's s0iett? ci::,ivhlb tiowever,she: did :no, belong,? libad behe i-' exisr$pcftI Upwardis: of;on lihundred, and fitcty yeaes .~tlhiere aierie, iwd..tYedits 'in brahrllsri, odr Co urt ienevoldnb'c,:nad ' i:onr lt4rin;:ou;ni the objsec>:,fthd"e en6r ti tiiBn n os, ,,'lpraa unhenevos...

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 — 29 December 1866

-· . -. .t~ort " FORAGE, TENDERS will be received until Noon. en "1 .Wednesldy the l16t Jasmary next, for the s.pp)y of Forage, is such. quantites as may-: be reqoired .for the service of the Government. at the varinus Pollee and Electric Telegraph Statidos throughout the Colony, from 'the att Feberuary, 1847, to the 3l1st January. 1868. Printed forms of Tender and onditlons of Con tract may be obtatled from the Inspector of Stores, Melborrne, or from the Oflteer in charge of Pilike at each Station. by whom also any ioformation or craplanattion will be afforded to persons tendering. The Tenders for each Station will be accepted or rrFjected seepirtely. All Tende?n moust be enclosed in a separate envelope. marked " Tender for Forage," and depositedl in the hox at the Government Stores. King-street; or if sent by post they must be iaddressed to the Cmhairman of the Tender Board, • tores rind Tranoonort Ome-, Melbourne. The decidiotri??f tihe Government' will be made known by Gazellte ...

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 — 29 December 1866

Business Directory *mEiDCAL., A. F. White; the ieistt aind Druggist, (the post o'ince).Chapel street, ?Pihrahn. '. O?bREKEEPEns, OROCERS, &c. J. Gummer, WholCesaleand Retail Grocr, Chapel atreet, apposite Uuion-street, Prahran, , MISoELLaaEOUc. Samuel Levritt, Watchmaker, Jeweller, Sliver. smith, High-strelt, St. Kildla. Ros, Bokioiellr, Sta5tioner, &c.; Chaiel-street, :prahaomn bppoaiteo Town-hall. i J. Romants, Fuinbral Undertaker, Challpel-street. Prahran, and Gardir.er's Creek-road, Soith Ytarra, . James Firman, Boatmaker, Argyle-streot, Soutli Farra, near Argo-street Railway Bridge. * : : : Banks. THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUS : TRALASIA. PRAHRAN, BRANCH. SChapsl Street. Paid-up Capital ... ... £540,000 .Reserve Fund.... ... ... . 15.00 Q \The following rates of INTEREST are allowed on meney deposited at thlis Branch, viz.: On Deposits at 30 days' notice; 4 per cent. per ann. , 3 months' ,,5 . *, 12 S' Business Hours a'en. to Three;. Saturdays, Ten to Twelve. SAnld f...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

E I'NEW YEAR. Last weel we welcomed, .Chisinas--this week we greet tlhe.New Ylear.. Its.Adent is close. at hancLd. Before we malke our next ap. pearance it will have entered on its existence. At midnight out Monday w.e shall, say fare well.to 1866, and salute.its successor 1867. Anil thus the years roll round !: Ons by one the" come and go, -each, perfnrming. its allotted task, and as it expires leaving us all twelve months nearer that end which[ we full well know must come, but the time of which is nmercifull; hidden fromn us. On te whole, the expirieng year. has not been, a bact one to us. Victoriaos. Politically, it openedi'stormy, but its.end is wonderfhlly pacific; while as regards our material advancement,. we think it will leave) us better-than it found us. The geniality of! the second half ofits se sons has been remar'able;. and owe are now enjoying, 0s a consequence, plenty, of. food. at reason-. able prices. We. hlave therefore. much. to thidnk it for, and hope that whan, ...

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 — 29 December 1866

BIRTH. TER]Y.--On the 23rd inst., at Chaphl-street, --South Yarra, Mrs. Albert Terry of a son. MAJRRIAGE. DODS - STODART.-On the 25th inst., at Yarra bankby tile Rev. George Maeckie, Robert Smith Dods, merchlant, Dunedin, to Eliznbeph Gray, eldest daugllter of James Stodart,.Esq, DEATH. MURCUTT.-On,tlje 24th inst., at his res'dence Toorak, Mr. Robert Mfurcutt, aged fifty'years. I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1866.

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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VITAL STATISTICS OF MELBOURNE AND SUBURBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

VITAL sT"rA.''I,1TlC,- of MELBOTJFLENE AND SUB1ilRiS. Fromnt the Registralr-Gener:ils report o:, tlhe vital statistics of Melbourne ai tihe MhOuburbs fobr the month of October, we take :'he lolo-w. ing:--Thle deatls during the month niumber 2!)0, of which 177 wclt, re:d,100 an:1d 1 22 bmnules. 'llhy exceededl tim a:lver::gcJ by 49, and exceeded the numbl:er th.l pJenoiiol nonth by 77. Thie inea[n t':r;?rtrrlr'r woas upwards of a degree higher tl:u tIle ;zvrge. 9 IPer cent. of the delths were m:iale, and 4~1 p' cent. of fibm:lles. I '" celt. were of chihb'en, who Ihd nlot uttainicd their illik year. This lltter pirolportiIn was 51 ! per cent. in October, ldll; l1 percent. il October, 1864; 37 per centi. ill Octber; 1863; 40 per cent. in Octulober, 1832.; 51 tper cent. in October, 186l ; and (i2 per cent. in Oct., 1860. Most deathls took place on the ,nd; the number vas 17. For no other day were more tlhan 13 deathlls repo:ted. 'lte lowest numbel: recordedll for any one daIy was 8, vi...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INSECT COMFORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

'INSECT' c'Co iP.a.-.nTS Ioea.t genirally nst?leai?ld f trulyjovial life. '1h ;?inA n,?tai ; t. .mhius~ ia ludge in lily. : magine a.;palace do ivry oop rli, ith pillais of silver and lopitols df gold, all exhulivg suach a perhitumie is never ds.oe 'friona human'censer. t' Fancy,. a ain,, tlie iiut oft iuk!liiig ytOuIdilf up fbi'tt., ighl in the folds oti a rose,iroCked to sleel by the' - antle 'sigls of the summer air, -anfi hnotin t.'' dbhen you aw~ka Alitto wash uuirs rp, .aidto f1all.t. I aLnd awo Yooribedolotlies. .ne cannot indeed' wonderi. , the' animenityt-of.an :ear-wivi; ori':ti biavit af aludvbird uhde -eiristaooe?. , 1 '}

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WESLEY COLLEGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

WESLEY COLLEGE. The following are the reports read at the speech-day of Wesley Colle~o by the Rev. J. Waugh (the president) and Dr. Corrigan (the lead master), nnd for such, in the crowded state of our colums, we could not find room last week: TIIH PRESIDENT'S HR1PORT. Your Excellency, and Ladies and Gentle men,-I hlave been requested, as president of Wesley College, to give a short statement of its history and present position. About twelve years ago, tile desire whiclh hald always existed in the Wesleyan community that they should possess a superior educational institu tion of their own, began to manifest itself in prelparatory efforts for securing its sccomplish ment. 'These efforts were encouraged by tihe libered help ot MIr. Walter Powell, nolw of London, who bhas since continued to be tile most generous friend of thie college. The Government made a grant of £2769 Ds, and this sum was largely augmented by the pro celds of a Ihazaar, held in MIarch of 1858. When the fimds had su...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRAHRAN COURT. THURSDAY, JANUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

- . ! .* ; .P . H A ', b.U P,,t. ','*...:,,, . ..l;..TiOuRSDAY, Ji#vUARYu . Before, theo .Mayor (J., Snobalall, Esq.), and in . Templelton Esqr, P.M. : .:ei t:-[.;. 'SALLI DEBTIS. Mr. Cltaul CFairie, coemmindintg bfofcerd of th " Prahran ,and,.South. Y~rra Rifle Com pany, sumniimnedl T. I, Leinpriere for 12s 6r being the amount of fines iniflicted frr 'nni. ntteplanca..at. paradle.l ,'litdifdendaiit did not appear, and the aponsnt .,iy awriilld, :witlh s. coats.-A. Bwdn, was also sued for fines-umounting-to-s;,-i-but the bench-ordered a fraiisi lirinirdn to issue, defeddanti's clritiain nrame not appearing on' the suininmbrs taken ASSAULTS. William O.risetie ceiarged Cha irs ;Bully with l assaui.linag his w ife. Mr. iWeller fir plaiitiff, and'Mr. Read olr defenda't., Mrs. Christitev wi resides iný Latrobe-sireet,-. nnd next door toldefendant, said, tha bouttt five i'clock on'the afternoon of the S3rd of last monitlheliridng a noise, 'he' went o n.t into he'ry.ari,_wCh.er8 herchiKhle...

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 — 29 December 1866

Miscellaneous. .*P. CAMPBELL, Bread and Biscuit Baker, SPASTRYCOOK and CONFECTIONER, .FITZRO . STREET, ST. KILDA. Pablic and 'rivnite Parties supplied with jellies, cusitardsl Idlamnrailne, and ally other article in tile trade at lowest prices. BRIDE aRld other CAKES made to order on the hoert. etnotice. BEST ltREAD delivered in St. Kilda and sur roudilng diotriat daily. CO.Mi:ERQCIAL ROAD, PRIATIRAN 'iTTJ;ILP- .AlvX3 1V~IILLER,~ Baker and Confectioner, IN returning Ithanks to his friernds and customers Sfir their favours dirirng tile iast seienteen y begs to inform them that hie has REMOVED to his new premises nearly apposite thile old where pall orders will be punrctually attended to. Families wait-d rlpon tidily. Soirees. lalls, 11, dilig Breakfasto, &c., got ilp~in first-class style. Woddiag Cakas always on hand. Sept., 186l. W. T. GREENLAND, SAO'rT BUILDER -to lirr ,Mrjestt, to 1) II•.11. Pricee of Wales, builder it 'arty all the winning ioata iii tlie vairio s 't ;e si...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GARDINER COURT. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

GAItD[lNEl Ct UUtt. SATURDAy, DEcEMERhn 22. Thomas Priclharnrd chl:r'ed Francis Herald with' assaulting himn, an also with evading toll. Plaintiff is the keeper of the toll at Scotchman's Creek, and on tlhe night of the 24th day of November, the defcndant drovo a horse and dray throulgh it without paymnent, vwhereupon the complainnant followed, him, end <femanded thie tolls. Defendant said he had no money. Thle complainant thereupon ottempted to take on axe friom tohe dray as security, and failing that, lhe endenvoured to lenad 'tbo horse back.. The. defebndant then struck him, and a fight onsaed.' The defend anlt ywas fined 5s., withl 0s. costs, for evading the toll, and 10s., with 10s. costs, for the assapl.? Frederick Young Hilleou, D. Vines, Geo Glovbr, Johia Cave, Geortge Beasleyi Gee Rollin, and Robert ileighan were char sitlh disorderly conduct in a public place, the ~9th ot last month, with inteat to pro voltke a breach of the peace, or wherevby a breach of the ie...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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MESSRS. BUNNY AND SNOWBALL AT TOORAK. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

u-TK4\PD SNO WALL / "iis. A'TOOR4,oK-: '" f - neGanl y rWi'"?--, r!.^sy.., ,unny cd o.'lc'da ldressed' ,' eetih' I 'of the lerf,aSJ>lKil.la.-(tttyotley's .pIntl 'Toid U Alj'igarJs&~kPtdylp lelteU.i cairman:I Vrd. nvuxv saidl.he ,-cnme forward to pwlicii tA eiioiffl 1e i .the j'o s o is on w'hih Mr. Michis:nppeared before them stA~lj Li .hio . then /epridel tiiiseri% n hranor of law androrer and:'fiee trade. That geallemrun 'ga.:excellent- reasons: for) ?iip S0 thboa ? lincipls,: and lie (.Ir. Buniny) v*ieqss1ld tie saime npinioins at, metingi u the distriter Upa. PUt yment of .,1eRgq 1;!. in" , bLrngjlity beforrettthy lIo,,., .r. 1\idpe naid that .th. Lrei.ative Cournil had. equld .!rilt wvith the' LAgislative As'' hly to, cinsider. the-bill, 'altlhoih it' as~,l moy ney·.I, a.ri'. l.ewas;i.t p epared to pi'th, C ouqiil.jinth'pe rpica'i6rt o'f havi - e:r, to: rijec?:r.pass ia meast'o of wiichT' ihy lisaippror-it ince tthen., I however.:if; ith Uppr frfHopr rnha? I not been...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

Fl~oLICE INT~~NELLaNE SI tv BSI,,bN ;*R . ,Be f '..re the M and.dnl? s i):and T. :rr;~~~i~~d': .'tknb~!: -- ' ,:s ,it ' ?ioi ,a.c i . ., a lienaiswo a IlislstFlr 10obaey Ifr beil aseleesp whilst in charge at a ghslge and dra fined lsssdLi Patrick I.ievy.,WS a liaed widt drunl-. ennessi its;;?isstc ' was: liday'ts time,. anddhej was not disorderly, L.e was:discharged.. I '~:L: I:: ,,;Lh n? .¥, " . ,,,'? ' David -Webster-was- charged'' with steal ini q lbs. of onicmis .valuedl it 10s3:,from a gakden in East St , lta'jf . Edward H. Whitelock, a -mlskg?Rif per, dopdsed, that in consequen'ce ont depiedatci?? c'soiiited in hid father's garden, he determinied to watch fIo the thii?i lO ld 'fdthierdiign of '.thii2S?th ult, he saw thse jirisnii ti king the ,nions, which lih laced"iiit a bit 'hnt bas ket. He ciilled.-upon'hia:to si?'dl He had 'i'un with him at thie, timei:, and succeeded in taking the priso"e as 'friu-s lilli'stheet, on tlhd Ivay'to i leI?police statibin "Her&tl~l pii...

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 — 29 December 1866

1AnD'T.--& good head ofhair is undoubtedly.onO of tiorne nt iornaments to either man or woman-the ltter eepecialll antl, iii' ?<eira of the world its osse sion ho beent looted ,uan. c',a.desideratum' is adornment is/eo_ 'df:the "nyteried^of,iot oilet, nod aitos.'presrrationr i ai.caue o0f:much' anxiety to ll. Whepni~ showltndipitti eBigns of departuro,'by: ailing oif or turning grey, recourase s had to various instlunis *td irte'~ its' decay., o'o one'liks to be :ild ; and though the :.aitiotioanwhan it.'cmes-may . borne with resignation, it is none the less unplea, at, and every d'fot ,is -miad to iaveri what looked n as certaint Thus we find t ha tis uniermsal aMliraIou of and desirefor n g?o olbad of;hair, has le,4 :t the introduction ftia mu'titu'le of aids for itsiproduction. Undedr the varioien signatttona of "-Ber's i grease' "Oircaianrcream,", nMnois ir oil," , "Bulm 6f. d6Iu~nbma,"'?:, ?ri: wv av70o?uumborl;u proearations, for. :impsrtiu.a'gloss: appeoran...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE PRESS MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

T. HE PRESS MATCIH. The. second annual, contest between the. representatives of the Melbourne and 'TUp. country journalists came:of on the Richmond Cricket Ground last Monday. The town, team were. ictorioius, :innking 81 in their first innings (by which the match was de cided), and 39.in their secon'd: fir the loss of four wickets; while the Up-country- men made 65 and 60o During an interval in the game, the two. elevens and other members of the-Press were entertained at.lun'dheon. in the pavilion by Mr. Coppin, president of the Richmond Club. The toasts of the ".Up-country Eleven" and the " Melbourne Eleven" were proposed,, and. rieponded to, Mr. Angus Mackay replying fJr the country and Mr.. F. Blackham for the. town press. The health of' MIr. Coppin was afterwards driunk, and duly responded to. In tihe evening: the visitors.were invited by the town eleven to dinner at tihe London Tavern, ir. -H; J. Smith occupying the chair, annd Mr. J. C. Patterson the vice-chair. Besides. the t...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE INTERCOLONIAL MATCH [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

THE Ii~T'RCOLONIAL ?4ATCo Was played at Sydney on Wednesday and Thursday, and was won by the Ner South Wales players in one innings with 13 runs to spare. ''hiis isindeed an unexpected beating, for though'many did n?ot think the team seat to Sydney was strong enough to win, few could have imagiiied they would have suec cumbed so easily. We can do no more this week than give the totals made- New South Wales .... . 145 Victoria 74 andd 5 . .. 13a _______ ___ 18

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 — 29 December 1866

Auctins THURSnAZ JA Al.Y I ' . I 'At:two o' Clk.. ' . . .. WJNDSO].. .."" :,, Freehold "itel or Sale. . J B. CREWS. and CO.:ill jELL by AUCTION. Sonl tile premises, on 0 Tursday;.Jalnuary i1, at two oclpck.. nil that fre hold hotel, situate in ,eel-street; Winis?r koen son the SIRl ROBERT tEELV'HOTEL, Standing on a piece of lar, havi'g a frontago::of 4lft. by an-depth of 8t.,.and coontailniigcighht ..ranms with out-oale o..l :' .., Tihe above will' be ed for Poe Sale and as the terms ne "liberal ocpttoloppo'ri ptypre sentsaitself tonny;pero ' desirous of toiterlin into buusines or , to spe os lat os'. . Terirms of Sile-- On.-fourth, Canish and the rc mainder at three, six, Indinine m?nithts. S . TUESDA*. J.NUAY 9. ST. KILDA. . Imp ortlah Sale of Valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE;, Chin annl Glass Ware, , Plsateo, ' ' ' - ELEGANT 4ND SELECT LIBRIRY, - Hor?Ls,Ponis, Carriages, ". A " a nd' O ther' Effects. - - At the-Resideee dfT.-J. Nankirvell, Esq., : .. : i* Chiyerton, : Brighton-road. ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND COMMON SCHOOLS, PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. COMMON SOHI0OLS,. PRA.HI1AN. The anndal meeting and distribution of prizes to thelpupils of the above school took 'place on Friday, tlle 21st ihst. B. Wao mouth,.son., Esq., presided.: A. G. Dumao I'sq., and RE Smnith,.Esq., wsers also prl·een. The Rev.; DI. Brojuby attended. and delivered the prizes. I The annual report, read by l?r.' Gamble, showed, that the schools had steadily in* creased.in.numbers and efficiency. 'lTe scholaeship for the boys' scool,. founded by, A. G. Dumas, Esq., is to be competed tor next June.. s 1 se scholulihip in the girls: school oas beers awarded to Elizaibeth LDelny, who is to. rIeceive one eer's tuition on the pianolortee B. Wavinouth, seh., Esq.,. examiued the candidates fIr this.scholarship. Mr. Gamble ulso inentioined in his report,. that tihe staff of teachers was about to be augmentedf'a gentleman of high attsinmens, hoving been appointed pssistat in the & school. and tl;at proposals have been mlie to the Trauining In...

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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