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

TRUUE .' luMILIv.-N,.Noi humility is thoroughly sound which is not thoronnhly truthful. hae man who brings misdirected or inflated accusations against himself does so in a false humility, and %ill probably be found to indemnify himself on one side or another. Either he takes a p-ide in h:'s up. posed humility; or, escaping in his selfcon demnations from the darker into the. lighter shades of his life and naturie, he plays at hide-n'd-seek with his conscience. Anl' trde;humility, bei.ag a wise virtue, will deal more in self-examination and secret contrition than in confession. For con6ession is often a more luxury of the. conscieqce, used as the epicures of ancient Rome would use an emet'c and a warm bath, hefore they sat down to a feast.' It is often also a very 'snare to the maker of i, and a dellusion practised on the party to whom it is made; For; first, the faults may be sihch asi words will not adequately explain; secondly, the plea' of "guilty" shakes iudgimenri in her e it; t...

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

A YOKEL ON CRICKET, Sur,-Ime only a pure man whote. aint. got much time for larkin, but ever since i seen that funny leoter in your valleble paper about the cricket i been down every saturday to see em play, as ive had nothin else to do.. too saturdays they didnt play no match but the way they wept the richmond fllelrs last satu'duy was bootifool, lor the park chlps was as lively as greesed heels and cotched the ball splendid the richmond coves only mad 43 runs wile our praran chalps nind 87. Muster Brias mad the hIiest score of 27, wvot a funny way them chaps tihe proran ones calls one another The 2 chaps wet bovled. thay called Young Jack andrCrook Joe, the nlast one they calls that i bleve cause he boles strait to the sticks in a crooked line lor it madl me larf to see em get ready to hit the crook bolhng git sleepy over it haod wake tup. to find thair sticks dowvn. Our W. P. as wotshesname called im wans captinB, and lie did it good; thair was only 2 of our chaps whot mad domest...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

'TH .dRSDAY, DECEIMBcR 27. Before Mlessrs. James MInsm? and George Pilley, J.P's.' SAFFILIATION.I Carson Robinson was brought up on warrant charged by Sarah Smith with refusing,. to support his illegitimrate child. Mr. W?ller for the defendant Iargued that the bench could not deal with the warrant as the infobirmation had been laid eighteen months ago, at a time six months prior to the birth .of the cild,c6n'sequentlyit could not be termed desertion before the child had a legal exist eance. He had just come down finom Ballarnt when arrested. 'Thle bench, overruled the oljeoction. I Mr. Walker for, the plaintl?f, eslied for a postponement o:f the case till Monday next in order to subpoena witnesses. The application for a postponement was ac cording·ly granted. ASSAULT. I I L. ?linchin v. J. Eserace. Assault. T.e defendant not appealing, e. warrant was ordered toiissue for her apprehension. The case 5as. postponed for a week. The nuobher eivisitors to ithe Intercolonial Exhibition dur...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, DECnMBER 24. Before M~essrs. W. T'lemplecton, J. 13. Cris, and G. Young. MINOR OFFENCES. James llatihews, R. Robinson, G. Brooks, E. .White; W. Blackman, A. Kennevan, E. Butler, J. Blurnes,. J. Spooner, and W. BrinPs, were summarily dealt with for plying for hire of the stinid, and fobr firious driving. -George Jarrett was charged with permitting his dog to attack unotheer, but the case was dismissed? Ins it ivWus not done at his instiga tion.-Charles - Head was summdned for obstructing the cariag'e' ivay,.but the case was dismissed in consequence iofthe offence not being! proved.-Hester Jarrett v. Isabella 'Tasker.- Mr. Walke: for defendant. Tlhe /complaint by Mrs. Jarrett was that the defendan( lad thrown a heavy stone at her, severely iinjuring her side. A witness was called in support of the charge. Plaintiffs' husband did not kick the defendant. For the defncas a man named Archer was called and said both parties were quarrelling over a water tap, when Mr....

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

FREE DUITiLLATION. 'he following paper wns read by Mr. John Campbell at'the last meeting of the South Suburban Horticultural Society. As the nimber of members present was limited, and as it was dedided to diiscuss the merits of the Ipper at the next rpeeting, we give it in 'ull for the bezefit of the absentees, in the hope that they will s;udy it, and goprepared to take part in the discussion it is to be hoped it will provoke. It pifers plenty of scope for a rattling debate : Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen,-I pro mised at oual last meeting to read a paper on the " Use and Abuse of Nature's Laws in the Animal and Vegetable Kingdoms;" but being under the belief that I had another week to prepare my paper in, I am behind with my work. It was only yesterday that a member reminded nie of what was expected, and all I can-do, iherefore, is to apologise, and with your leave read a sort of impromptu paper upon "Distiliation, and its Effects upon Agriculture in this Colony." I do.not for a moment...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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ST. KILDA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 29 December 1866

SfST. KILDA RACES. Sten aids: Messrs. J. Kerr, W. Slack, J. FIarmelr, jun.; .T. iEdiigton;. A. Smith, RI. Bruce, J. Hyndmon, J. Wilson, end J. Stewart. Treasurer: Mr. R. Henry. Starter : Mr. J. Kerr. Judge: Mr. J. Henderson. ..The above; annuat race meeting was held, on Boxing-day, on the course fronting the Village Helle Hotel. .T'heattendance of the publie, was above the average, there being between 2000 and 8000 persons present on the ground. The weather was magnifi cent, the sun sibinina brightly, whilst at the same timne. the heat of its raiys was pleasantly tempee by a. friesh and invigorating a?a breeze? The arrangements were not, of course as perfect as those of themetropolitan or leading provincial meetings, and in some respects the deficiencies were such as to give rise to inConveniences, some of which are perhapsl inseparable from the less importifot class pflturfgatherings. The chief drawback to the enjoyment of the spectators was occa sioned by the barbarous prictice of...

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

Wesley College     The new educational building which has   been for some months past in course of erc- tion on Punt-road, between the Com-   mercial-road and High-street, is now so far completed that the inauguration ceremony   will take place on Thursday next; it will be open for the admission of boarders on the   18th inst., and for day scholars on the 22nd. T he building has been erected by the Wesleyan body, and bears the title of the founder of that section of religionists. The principles upon which the college will be   conducted will be those of the Wesleyan   denomination, and it will be the duty of the     principal to give regular instruction in Scrip- ture and theology to the pupils. The educational statistics of the Wesleyan body show that they have in the colony 69 day schools, nunbering 6677 scholars, so that the necessity for a first-class...

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 — 5 January 1867

Miscellaneous. P. C.:MPBEL L, Bread -and Biscuit Baker, .PASTRYCOOK and CONFECTIONER, FITZROY STREET, ST. EILDA Public and Private&Parties supplied with jellies, custards, blancmange, and any other article ip the trade at lowest prices. BRIDE and other CAKES made to orderop the shortest notice. BEST DREAD delivered in St..Iilda andl sur rounding district daily. CO1MMERCIAL• ROAD,. PRAHRAN WILLI.A1M MIII.LER , Baker and' Confectioner, IN returning thanks to his .friends and customers for their favours'"during the last seventeen v begs to inform them that he has REMO'YED 'to his new premises nearly opposite tile old where all orders will be punctually attended to. Families .waited . upon daily. Soirees, Balls, WeddingTlrenkfasts, &c., got up in first-class style. Wedding Cakes slwrys on hand. Sept., 1866. W: T. GREENLAND, DOAT- BUILDER to Her Majesty, to HI.R.H. Prince of Wales, builder of nearlyi all the winning bdats in the various regattas since 1862. 16 years witii...

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THE HOWL-AWAY PILLS COMPANY, UNLIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 January 1867

THE HOWL-AWAY PILLS' COMIPANY, ITNLLII CED,.' .In these soddyda' of Iquidatioi, There's no field left for speculation, , A cause for deep reg'ets; To.meet;ttis want it is proposed To form a omp?ay, composed Of SevI w'ealtlthy Seftis No vulgar"? a intm sclheme for me,. Finan.cial; ýldCompany. Coffee or ti?Mills, , No Bricks and Tiles nor Patent Slips,. No Cotton Screws nor Iron Ships, ify littlegaino is--PLLes. None of your Joini-Stock Corporations, Nor "Graud. Finance Associations, Nor Mza n nor Frerest None of y ur Back-Bay ReclnamatlH ;: Send in at ane y or qppt.catios, If you' ' Pure. nme,share.. :. The "PixpL Avi- OpiTrsr COtsMPAN.',t ; SBuy atif rofeeisor iHowl-away - (Whose naimeof course appears) ;. - The Capital, esubscribed wth ecase, Amounts to Two Crores of Rupees,* In Fifty Theiisan lSliarese' -To cure, to strengthen allmaskind, S'he lame, the deaf, the ddioh, the blind; What medicine can we ever find, So efficciou'sof its kitnd, As Howl-away's renowned tPillsr;:, - ' We...

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MEMORANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 January 1867

MEMORANDA. It wily be seen by reference to our advcrtising columns that special :services will be. held in the Indepenent Church; Commercial-road, Prahran, on Sabbath, evenings during the present. month, to com mence to-mofrow .evening at seven o'clock, this will be preceded by a short prayer meeting in the school-room, Chapel-street, to commence at half-past ix o'cloek. The presence of the publio is respect fully invited The half-rearly speech night of the Prahran Common School was held on Christmas Eve. The Rev. Mr. Moss presided. Some of the pupils treated [the audience to some part-singing, which gave gehcral satlsfaction. Complalbts are frequently being made by persons residing in some portions of St. Kildanagainst the manner, in swhilh the postal arrangements are carried out there at some periods an eacl mouth such as'at tlhe arrival of the English mail. Letters arriving at St. I'Ida ns the day or. two after the arrival'of the mail are in many cases taken round the whole of th...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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THE NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, SOUTH YARRA. OPENING SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 January 1867

THE NEW. PRESBYTERIAN (HURCH, SOUTH YARRA. OPIrireNO SnRVICIS. In conseqiuerice of the first of the services in connection with tie opening of this new and handsome place of worship taking place on Friday evening in last week, we were no 'able to do more than mention the fact.; We now, however, furnish our readers with a fullei' ac count, for the larger portion of which we are indebted to a daily contemporary. The service on Friday evening hal.ving beeii comm'nced by singing, the pastor of the church (Rev. G. Mackie) offered up a most, suitable dedicatory prayer, safter which suit able portions of Scripture were read by tlhe Rev. J. O. Dykes, who after a second act of vocal worship, proceeded to address the crowded congregation. He based his dis course on the words of the beloved apostle, " He spoke of the temple of his body" (John ii. 21). The preacher first explained tile inenning of a temilple, and said thitt the woeid, correctly interpreted, meant a place filr the meeting of God...

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LARGE FIRE AT ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 January 1867

LARGE FIRE AT ST. KILDA. New Year's Day, 1807, will long be e membc'erd by the inhabitants of St. Kilda, as that on which occurred the wemost. destnoc tive fire that h.is ever taken place'in that borouglh. About 8 o'clock in the afternoon, as Sergeant Farrell was passing down High street, he observed fire coming from one of tihe houses lorming. thi block abutting on High-street and Wbellington-street. lie at once gave an lllarm, and desepatclied a col st.?ble to the wratcllh-house to ring the bell, whilst lie lproceeodnd to take the necessary steps towards asceertaining finm ,whence the fire p'roceded. Alm?iost immediately after a ser.vant of Mir. LElworthy, the butcher, whose house tldjoined that from which the fire pro ceeded, rushed into the street and gave a further alarm, the fire liaving extended to Mr. Elworthy's house. Before the St. Kilda fire brigade could reach the spot, the pre mnises of Mr. Speicher, tobaceonist, were entirely enveloped in flames, and the low wooden ver...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, DECEMBER 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 January 1867

POLICE INTELLIGENCE.. PRIARAN COURT. MoNDvAY DECEUMB i 3 1... Before Messrs. W. 'Iempleton, J. B, Crews, and G. Young . S AFFILIAaTION :' 'Carson Robinson, on. reoinnd .from -last court day, was clharged by 'nrah: Shannbon, othl rwise Smith. with neglecting to support his illegimate" child. Mr. Weller. for, the defendant, pleaded not guilty, and urged that the case could not be heard, as. the infor mation had'only that morning' beei sighed, while the warranit on which his client had 'been. apprehended had .been, issued over twelve months ago. The bench, howeveri overruled the objection. Mr. Walker; for the plaintiff, said the defendant'hnd on Thursday last called on tihe plaintiff, admitted the iraternity of the child, and promised to give something towards its support until he was in:a position to. marry her. He had, fully expectd the matter would., have been amicably settled. He called Sarah Shan pan, the plaintiff, who deposed that she lived i~ Cato-street, South Yarm, with her s...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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CRICKET. SOUTH MELBOURNE V. SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 January 1867

;i ORICKET. SOT.l . .E l? ..UNis.. V.. U til "Nottdi hrst inltg thie artcetial olta"iblt dricket-l?s . al?y the paty n iip.u?la of atitlhletii, sprts l Last aturd.tyuon tii t . itune i .(it ,uibe I granal' , the Soulth M:ouu se griumi. pr-: sentLit a vbovy libely ae?,l:a ,, bh:re lwntg ]pr selt niot o4lj a11 gou'd lmtetL r of ulm, nbe'rs it theim clb, but ulsi a ;rteat itnml?tbr of residtets in this locality. The game pjlyed was between .the first .elevent of thu South Ya.trri' Chib and the see ti, elv, n of South MelbOiurne, andi restltel inla victory ibr tihe latte, . cPslaey captained the South Melbourne team with credit.. The toss having been wdin by South Yarra, they ifeidiled uipu going in first, and South Melbourne toik the" field. hiruce Kennedy, our slow bouwlr,t biwling remn one end ard Allan firom tho' uther.: 'Iht; Siu:h Yurrai mne batied Celh and. steadily, amd it soon became evident tlto they were no metn o ponenlts;' only two wickets had fillen ful niuwards of 40 runs...

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 January 1867

-- THURSDAY, JANUARY. s.. lefore Messrs., James. Measn and George Pilley, J.P's. INHUMAN CONDUCT., Joseph J.,hnstone,: aida James' Thomas, eas charged with brutally ill-treating his vif. The complainnrt, who' wits evidently uffering severely from illness, was accomino Iated with a chair,: and gave.evidence that he prisoner, her husband, !had gone away some six months:back leaving 'her and two hildren without any means ot slupport. 'S?e bad onily received,£1 9s. 6d.'from him lduling that time. He came home in 'hristmas veek and immediately commenced to ill:itse her, and on Tuesday last he struclk her a violent blow on the chest while lying helpless an the bed suffering froni rheumatism.. She ihen screamed out and a' idigbbofr.came6 to her assistance. . Had -it not been for; the clnarity .of her neighbours and several other benevolent -friends she would, when' unable to help herself, have., died of starvation. When well she earned £1 per week, 15s. of which went to provide for 'her tw...

Publication Title: Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran And South Yarra Guardian, The
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SUMMER HEAT—FIRE—WATER SUPPLY. To the Editor of the Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 January 1867

SUMMER HEAT--FIRE.--WATEIt S UCPPLY. To the E itor of the' Te!eg p!. Sir,--I ihae long looked for s5ome one to take up the question of the water supply of Prahiran and St. Kilda. The fire whecl oc curred yesterday at the Junction, has warmed me to write a fhw lines in the hope that others will take the matter up, and that our borough councils I shall be called on to insist upon something being done to remedy the present state of things. I recollect when the Ynn Yean reservoir was first formed it wai talked of that tie supply was enough for three or four. cities such as Melbourne, and yet there are numbers among us who in the siunmer months, Ibecause we live on rather higher ground. thlan our neigh.bours' nevier. get a drop' alter 7 or 8 o'clock in the morning, unless we store it up in casks. Where i leside 'there was no water after 8 this morning, 'and there will probably be none till after 10 to-night. But awkward as this is, it is bearable '-when compared withl the devastation by ...

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ST. KILDA COURT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 January 1867

ST. KILDA COURT. FRIDAY, JANUARY'4. Before Messrs. James Turner :(mayor), Baille, Tullett, Fraser, and Van Heniert:. H. Simeouis v. John and S. Widgery. Assault; damageslaid at £20. Mr. Weller for the plaintiff, and Dr. Mackay for the defence. The facts of the case having been stated by the 'plairitiff's solicitor, Matilda Bennett was called; who deposed that she was nursemaid in the employ of a Mr. Thompson. On the 2tt ult., the plaintiff's son, a lad about ten years of age, was in their house, when Mrs. -Widgery inquired for him, and when he. came took hold of him by the ear and struck him against the wall. His eye was 'blacked and he was otherwise maltreated. He had been.playing with Mr. Thompson's son. Did' not know if stones had beei thrown at the defendant's daughter whom she saw on horseback. Dr. Farrage proved that the child was brought to him, that it. was covered with bruises,' and was suffering from an attack ofinflamation of the lungs. Henry 8imeons, a lad, the plaintiff...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 January 1867

ERIES of SPECTAL SERVICES Will be held in the INDEPRENDIENT' OfIGRCII, COMMERCIAL ROAD, PRAHRAN, n Sibbath Evenings during the month of January. To commence at 7 o'clock. ubjet of Discourse tomorrow evening, 6th inst.: ."Christ and the Young Ruler." slorn Prayer Meeting before the Service in the School loom, Chapol-street, at half-past 6. ?he public are.respectfully invited to attend. GARDINEII DISTRICT BOARD. NOT1CF. pHE TI fE for receivin¢ T'IENDERS for LEAS. lING the .IGH STREET TOLL flnm January 0th to December 31st, 1867, is EXTENDIED to anuary 9th, at 6 p.m. Conditions of lehse nod .her? particulars on application to the clerk of the Bly Order. SMITH ELLIS. C!erk to the Board. Gaordiner, December 19, 1866. )AKLEIGFI AND MULGRAVE DIS 'IRICT BOARD. jIESDERS are invited, add;essed to the Chairman I of the Board, to hbe sent in by 4.70 p.m. on Thursday, January 17th, 1867, for the following:- I Gravel for maintenance of main road. Metal for Head's Gully-road. and the purchase of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 January 1867

Busyess Directory MScDICAL, - A. F. White, Chemist and Drurgist, (the post. -ofce) Chapel street, Prahran. - OREOEEEPERS, GROCERS, &C., J, Grmmer, Wholesaleand Retail grocor, Chapel street, opposite' Uuibn-street, Prahran, :j,' .... . O5IMISCELILANEOUS. Snauel Levitt, Watchmaker, Jeweller, Sliver smith; High-street, St. Iilda. Ross, Bookseller,' Stationer, &c., Chapel-street, Prahran, opposite.Towf-hall. . . J..Romams, n Funeral Undertaker, Chapel-street. Praliran, and Gardir:er's Creek-road, South Yarra, . James Firman, .Boratmaker, Argyle-street, South Yarra, near Argo-street Railway Bridge. :Banks. -THE =NATIONAL BANK OF AUS TRALASIA. I - PRAH-RAN BRANCH. • Chapel Street. S_.'Paid-up Capital .. '... £540,000 .Reserve Fund....- ... ... 135,000 'Te following rates of INTEREST are allowed on money deposited, at this Branch, viz.: .On Deposits at 50 days' notice, 4 per cent. per ann. 3 months' ,,. 5 S 0 ,, ,, 6 ,, .13 I it 7 ' ,, Business Hours-' Pen to Three; Saturda...

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HOW WE WELCOMED THE NEW YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph, St Kilda, Prahran and South Yarra Guardian — 5 January 1867

OW0 WE WELCOMED THE iETtw YEAR. New Year's Day, 1867, is alrea'dy a memory. It has vanished in the past ;' but, bhough we shall never look on it again, it •as left with us a crowd of pleasant memories that will serve to keep it green in our recollection. fMeteorologically-w hich is an important consideration in a genderal holiday-it was a truly splendid day. Old Sol01 shone forth in full splendour, welcoling the New Year with a warmth which would arve been overpowering had it not 'been gently tempered by a refreshing breeze from the south, laden with delicious coolness caught up in the vast ice-regions over which it had tiavolled. It was a brilliant Aus tralian summer's day, unalloyed by even a ghost of those horrid hot winds which, too frequently accompany them. There wras no dubiety about it. It broke fine, so that those who-and that means all Victoria and his wife-were bent on spending the day out were. not 'deterred from doing so by doubts as to whether it would be safe to ventu...

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