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THE CITY OF MELBOURNE BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889
THE CITY OF MELBOURNE BUILDING SOCIETY. Tile twelfth annual report and ballace hOeet of tile abovre saoeicty is published ele where inour ldvertioing columns, ad tile meetilog of shareholher. was held at 118I Elizabcth.-.trcet cn Molday aftrernoon. rh Alfred Dealkin, M.L.A., presidol, and there was a large attendance. The lchirmnc , ill lloving tile mloption of thile repolrt. stil that firstly he would congratulate tile share. hohelcrs that they were met in a buil~lilg which was t cclredit t tile .oclety. It was gratifying to notice from tile blance'sheett that there ws a h markal increase in every department of the bhsines. Ic making the piroposal for thie distribltion of tile piroits thle board had t ctel with tile came prudent care rwhich hadl alhays marked their man ogemcellt. After carryin g X£21, o ti tle re serve fund, andl writing £101(HI oiff the society' I?vclhold premiseo, tey i(hcad obel able to declare a dividletd of 8 pIer cenct with 2 per cont. bonus to tile ilvertiln...
A FIRE BRIGADE FOR EAST PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889
A FIRE BRIGADE FOR EAST PRAHRAN. A meeting of reoileltts of ]ho-t I'rntllll was hhil oil Friday oight at(tlti's Mount Iorica hotel, to tconidcer the desirnbility olf ctabli.thiog a local fire brigode. .1r. i. 3I. Dalton was voted to the clhir. It was ro?olvrd to at onrce c?nvas the district, with the object of raisitg fundo t?o anrry ott thce movementt. Already pmromises of nupport have been freely given, and the committee feel colnidcnt of vcery o succes attelding their cfforto. 31r. Pickering Jutoes was ectedll Ioll. tre?aturcr, aol MIr. C. L. Cameron hton. Feortary.
THE COUNCIL TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889
THE COUNCIL TABLE. IlY LACOL. The St. KiLda counciL tre supposed to meet punctually a half-past seven o'clock, but It is only t supposition-they never do meet at tlat hotur. Last Monday evening it was past eight o'clock when His Worship and the town clerk, in their imposing flow. inig sable robhs, itereoi the chamber, a-c companied by several of the councillor. The mayor occupicl the mayoraml chair, and his coadjutors filled their customary places; but our friend, the brand new M.L.A., was absent. However, after a short aIpse, Mr. Turner entered with a rather bashful, I couldn't-help-it, thcey.lectcdl-me-yon-know sort of exprsiou of cooluntenance. There was literally nothing before the comtcil-the notice palpr wastconsplcuoetily dcVo d of interer t, anid the corrioslpoldencec was of a departmental character. This was rattled through in double quick time. The townllclerk read thle communications, and the mnayor selected a mover and ecodcer to motions of a formal ehammcter which hoehm...
MALVERN FIRE BRIGADE. COUNCIL CONTRIBUTE £100 PER ANNUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889
* MCVh aFluE BRIbE. COUNCIl, COSTRIBUTI. £100 PER ANNUM. Tei Malv3ert ohi'e eo1 ci, at thcir fort oightly toeetihg on Tr e Tiond dictieg, 4s proved otf 'a code of rulor drmw uio by reprl.eatativ cof the roualcil urtll the localRI tire beigide. It r.s RIo ogreedl by the coancil to contriblite 1041 aonnnoly to waoni the expeo -e of the ibrignrle, the Otiarroct to tie pa in inctlii· tilotdittmenct. Tirhe eile set 'idrl tl il thet brigede shall conesit of a captain, liCuteeallt, apparamtus otficcr; secretary, treasurer, and.noctt anlly .time lecss tRhan ten working omembers. Each working member soall ipa the snm of 1os. as cntrance fee. ncoda tonthly lubicription of Is. in advance; this ahmUoot to be plamtle to the creelit of a separamte futnd, to be tledt thle uniform fuld, out of which menoders' clotlhing, iljuril while in the execution of their duty, maybe replacd, or working uniforms provided. Coandidatc? for admissioa to the brigade as woreking mncmber mast be of good moral charact...
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889
CYCLING. The Southern District C. C. hold their thirdnl annual road race to-day (April ath), thc:rontcbeing 1~si High strect;'Pmhi Irn to Rletreat, snear P'icnic P'oint, and lack.li. The limit man, 16 mlinutcs, will be let go t :13.30 p.m. sharp, thus enabling the diffe rent clubs to see the start. The followin=g is a list of competitors, together with the haillicaps:--J. lBeverly, R. A. Crawford, secntch;ll A. C. Doft, K. Lewis, 1 min.; J. A. Hunlter, E. Alcxander, 2 s min.; W. Stone, ra min.; .W. Scsudlaore, J. Davislson, E. Sladle, 4 slin.; J. Copelas(at, I min.; J. Luff,o V. Sladc, 7 oain.; J. Cook, 8 mis.; tB. DOondl, 15 min.; A. Halkyano, t11 min.; - tlrooko W. IHargrve, l1s miu.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. "OUR CURLED DARLINGS." [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. "OUR CURLED DARLINGS." "Ill fares tho Lnd,. To hanstlng Ills a prey, Wher weelth accumutlaut , And men decay." Sir,--I was at St. Kilda-slcepy, aristo cratic St. Kilal-the other cvening, auid mansedt myself pcrambulating thie slmbre aven-ue-oneither ide ofwhichare majesItic mansions aul residecces of wealth, withl thceir sacious groundI, their lawls, eIed shrhubberies, their shalle-giving trees,whoive pr.ltitgbmat lches form evergree arcadces above the footwatvy--mn l it was excedlilgly pleaotmt to' stroll through the'o dimly-lit streets, to inhale the fresh ozone air, aind to listen to soft catches of musie ever and anon issuing from the lighted wiindows atnd ca tments of thle palatial ahotles of wealth and luxury. Yes; St. Kilda is a prctLy suburb., lut that is all-in other respects it poes?-ti.e the ehamnlcteristics of tle Chittee empire: it boes nlot progrt. W y l niggh -stre t fornishes a reply. In IIighostmet with one or two exceptllior , we find a very ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889
TRIAMWAY ACCIDENT. On Saturday night last a lady wa. otepplog from a tram ear in Chapel-atrret, orhen by some meana or other ahe loott her ooting, and wan thrown violently to the ground. Sito recevet ea saerer etlmrkbg, and was asasited into the PLLAurTEns TeA IlAzAAh, 122 Chapel-.treet, Prahran, where ohe reclvnl grent kilndness. A cup of ten ,as male by tbhe new monagner anid eiven to the lady, who, after he htool tranb it, dleclarned he felt refreshed and proceeded tIo her home. We notw find that this lady to recommendig our turo Tea to all her lrionde. Note the pricesandaddrcu., Is lt, Is 4d, It Sd, 2s, 2n 6d. t'thnTEnS TeA lBAzAAn, 122 Cimpel-strett, 4 doors from fHighstreet. Where she cecived great hospitality. The aew managore made the lady cup of tea tram their is 8d.--[ADvT.4 VOTIEMS, READ THIS. .L t po litical metlcyiu tilte o)thtr tvrlling thIe camllti w la ing e u ioule--irl n}1 clc l cl,~I~ thtll Iilln a Inotlher. All fI ud lenalayoakel hi,, tee euIerte .1hil Iprhilbitl...
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. 1. IF anly peoln ordere hie paper to bh liscontinuoal, he mmut first pay all arrcela or the publisher may continue to scnd: until paytmct is nthe, anl then collect the ewholc amoult, whether the Iaper is tabkoll from the officee or uot. 2. The courts have decided that refusillg to ta?lk Icewspapere alll pcriedlitlds from the post-ellicc, or re tovingatnd lceaving them unaellcd for, it prineafa.i evidence of itentional frauld.
A WONDERFUL STONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889
A WONDERFUL STONE. There is now eon view at tile Ilrooklryn Portrait ttudio, 105 Chapel-street, Southr' Y~arra, two snake lone.e, whrich are thle. only onre of their kind in Autrtmli?, and .re reputed to b poossessed of tile power of preventing death ill tile crae of nake bite, however veonomous may be the reptile. They are used in Ceylon with thie greatest succer-, and have been fully atte.ted hIere. They are Ibollt the size, rel are very liike n appearance, of a beRn, and are valued ot £10.
DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889
DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLIEIGH. ---4-- [FROM OUR OWN COnRREPONDENT.J Two arrests were made last week;ono was a young men employed by Mr.T. Jones, butcher, for selling meat and not account Ing for it, and going away with the onlor book. He was tried last Tuesday, but was let off, as ho aid he hald lost the book, but would try to find it. The other case, that of Mr. Schultz, chanrged with cmbezzling the anm of £13, from Mearmrs. Horner and Cotter, was remnmledl to Mondday next. Great sympathy is felt for lhisl young wife. The death of Mrs. Baker, a very old resi dent, occurredl last week rather suddely. -The marriage of Miss Jane Elizobeth LydIa Blensonm, thie youngest daughter of Mr. R. G. Bleneon, of Morrumbeena, to Mr. Joseph Hart, of Oakleigh, took plaee last Thursday, at the eoddence of the father of the bride. The Rev. Wmin. Iosn oficiated, the cremomy being performed nat i p.m. After whlichl tihe vilsitors, fifty in number, sat down to a rumptuous repast, and spent a very pleasant ev...
AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889
AS WE GO TO PRESS. Two leading article, the letter of ' oe destrian," alnd several itemns of news are crowded out of this issule, In addition to a quantity of reading matter on pages five and six, several Inte rcating reports, etc., appwar on our fourth page, includlng a report of the resolt of the recent conference between the IMalrecrn council and the local fire brigade, The Prahran Dramatic Olub have seccred the l'rahran Town-lhall for the 12th inst. Friday next, when they will perform the sevational Scotch drama, cntitlcd:" The Iose of Ettrick Vale." In this piece the members are expected to eclipse all pre vious efforts. The amusing farce, "Turn him oat," will conclude the evening' a pro grammtne. Admision Is, as usaelt free by ticket oalyp, but a small donation is ex pectell. At tlhe inquest held on the body of the late Mlr. George Hole, it was stated by ono of the witnes?es that deceased weas intoxicated when run over on election night. This statement is indignantlydenied hy ...
SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. BY O.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889
SPORTS COLUMIN. CIICKET. Br O.C. The St. Kihla start a lmatch to-day against the Eot ?lelbournec C.C.,on the ground of the latter. Tihe former hlve been putting a good team into the field lately, and on this occasion0 will have tile serv'ices of some good plnyors, who Ihave been in othlier teams until recently. The Wcslcy College boys gave a good ac count of themselves against the Queen's College team duringlast week The Wesly team won by an Inlniog, Donahooe again proving himself to bhe a first-class bat by scoring 110. A team of St. Kilda Juniors (the Gros. venor and Elwoodl combinedl) met tie E.MI.C. club on Welnesday last. The Jumnors scored 111, Byers 23 and Rowe 20. The E.MC.C.. put up 147, thus winning by 06 runs. Ololdemnanld Broadbeot bowled well for the Juniors. IlHahksburn v. Brunswieck, at Brunswick. Former team-Campbell, Collie, liuslh (2), Freeman, Hallows (2), Trolnaway, Lockett, feDonald, O'Connor, Iltulen, who are re quessttd to meet at Flinders.street clock at 2.30...
EATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889
EATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT. AroherrY olh l Rdent i th llCerv o of J n Ito?ll?rel, of Clorkeostreet, P'mrarra, hlover to the greot majority. Mr. Rra w ?L roided in I'Pmhrn for over 32 i, R allthlugh h, dil not take any irt i ln lonl nmtters he was well li agreatly repetetlr.t Iclhlhtaon erl rtidly during the ljst yearrr Irt llo ths i his fot mily loving hS i ,I direction. The deeusedo, l 1hi ith year, leavesoawhtiow e cihdren-four daogbohteOr, two of r1oatI,) and a 10 n, Mr. JoUeph 1e \Vll known in coection with lerlt r ll other Iovemlollta. Tie il li place yesterday at the St. tel t ry, a lalrgo number of friends to pay their lst tribute of re i llc. W ,. lollad, P.s'hy. ooinlster, pcrform the blrial
ST. KILDA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 5th APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889
ST. KILDA POIICI COURT. Fitnag, 5th ?Pn|t,. •e unto. ttalteton (chairtno), W\iley, and Nooaan, J's.P. IlArCK VAOnANT.-Wijlliam Coolie U"lnice le brouglt up to answer fur lUlog by night on the preuloreo of i Reynolds. Tie bench sent him to ftor tlx months with Irt lator. ODepheRAo.-Aorchlbahl O'Iay, Ranot 0larilkin, was chargedl with wilful ge to Iproperty, resisting tihe police, daloaging a contablce' uiformn. The iihat.a ewnwiilmrw. Ot thecttard •Lting the police, he wa tot ial £: ora Ih, and for damunginb the constable's l ierm h i eoo a, s h 1 ., o it?lh 3t . dam nages, etaault a Itnantt. 0ConsnRIED NUISANCE. - tatnnah Ia. wrho is continually before the ecourt aoying her nieighbours witt her tn tonge, was ined lo st. or thrce LLEAhl )ErENTIO'.-Charlotte Oxfonl jetr flatten for illegally letatning Iry to thevalue of !ts. An ornler ras olr the property o t restord, with
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889
T w Firu Ilrigeeies epdl I erenellcu Com ) eu w ilo ut ettle their dliferences eiwrtly, and ]iiit i cltl ctl all double we a cerluln cure for eliurrlewa ntcel clecutcry ycaru ego. It ie highly recenelilcndeei. lieu Twrtlm ulal u by ire. ti. le L. I .vw on, I.li.C.P. Edliburgh, M.ll.C.li. uenglucl, lleehleet lhyelileiuee, lulrmuue ,l Iloupltal, N . S.\.; Tich?. Specee er L awery, 1 .11. au l O.0 M. I.I JO.S., i icelel cr eel tlie l lole , el .!, A.ucklueei IIosllieta. Wtoleei-ule AgeCets: luRhc, Teluelt, eel Ce. e Fliadcilera-s.et XV., Mclheunlc. Iecal Ageectl:--Acheree uceI WiVll, grecere, erenler oe Iigheet eed Cur liii.eleetlee, St. Iuclhn. I'rpreetori:--F. C. hltcl, 12 Marlket iueellhlegu, Wlllnle-etroeo , Ilelbou, ler.--AoVY . Special Advertisements. TA~dESAbNDBiEWS& Ad1., Ha nnp 1 ik~l b1 le~k nll, ODI-Cl~.dndC, G.. Y 2rl.u 2t'U a~~,lit. 212. th&1 ~ 5r., Kihtt .ttdy darttt St. Clt lbdItty Wtttd Sidite.n MISS ALPEN _]as vaurey for few pupils i, Ipilanourte. b?'A ...
THE CONTRIBUTOR. BOTH SIDES OF THE WALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889
THE CONTRIBUTOR. BOTH SIDES OF THE WALL. (BY THE MAN ON TOP.r April let-sacrcd to the memory of All Fools' Day-blth come and gone. The onniversary is one which has not taken root In tleoe Austral limes, and which like mabny atother menintgless customs, is beat left uncommemorated. St. Valentine's Day, Buy Fawkes' Day, and All Fools' Day, are meaningless symbols in Australia. But it is not genorrlly known that there is a serious history attachel to this fooling of April. The ceremony Is one 00ht gocs far back for its origin in the realms of onti qutlt. It saw its inceptiooin bhhiblcl days, In the year 102 before CIhrist: in the days when tite fame of Bolomon was spreading itself over the East. Stud~eot of bibhicl history will rmoember tttw, in those toay, thle famous temple was foshionol, ontt tile Queen, of Sheba paid her memorable visit toSoltmon ott Jeruoalem. And further, hlow tlat queeno, It acordaneo with the haibitstof the Oriettworld, prescottel unto Solomot, gold nttd spices...
PRAHRAN SCHOOL CHILDREN'S PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889
PRAUIRAN SCHOOL CHILDREN'S PICNIC. We attended at Menars. Hendy and Wright's oflice in Coomnrcinl-rool, South Yarrn, on Wedneoloy evening, whore nine grove and reverend ecignioro-nll p0Cer famaliea we'll be hound-.at around emall table, and, after revolving themselves into a committee of ways and meens, set to workhin real Ocarnct to pmvhdl e gecnitin6 doy's enjoyment for the State-chool child ren of Prahran and Armodole. There were present Iesere. Ftmtneux (In the chair), Simplon, Hendy, Blayney, flee. sell, Rlennie, Wolton (correpondcnt), Coul son, and Templeton. It wno decided tlht the picnic toke place nt Morllollo,on e 'ridy, 12t11 April, anid the little excuroionlsts are to be at tie Hawkhbuhrn rilway station at S o'cloct a.m. o0 hat day. This matter having been settled satisfauec torily, Mr. Wat?aon read from thle minutes that which had been saggrsted at a previ oun meetintg in the way of comestiblres. That celebrated caterer, Mfr. Skinner, had been negotiated with, and for a...
OUR CHILDREN'S JOYS. CONCERT AT PRAHRAN TOWN-HALL [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889
OUR CHILDREN'S JOYS. CONCERT AT PRAHRAN TOWN-.HALL The Prahrn Town-hall on Thursday. ovening, was the sene of a very large and pleasant gathering, the occasion being a con cert given by pupils selected from Mr. Templeton's school in 3Malvern-roal, and MIr. Crotty's school,Armadale. The Town hall platform was adapt edt tithe oecaselon by. the erection thereon of improvised forms across tle full width of the hall, and rising tier upon tier. The whole were covered by pretty-patterned cretonne, which, from a distance, could easily be mistaken for an elaborate carpet. The little girls occupied the first three or four forms, and the little boys were above them In the rear. All the pupils from Mr. Crotty's school worenatty blue rosettes, and and those from Mr. Temepleton'~s similar badgesof cardinal. On threplatform immedli ately in the fore wassitunatled a groani piano, kindly supplied by Moors W.H. Glen ard Co., of Collins-street, at which Mis. Rennie prerided ; then there was Mr. J. C. ...