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OUR CHILDREN'S JOYS. SECOND CONCERT IN THE PRAHRAN TOWN-HALL. AN OVERWHELMING SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889
OUR CHILDREN'S JOYS. SECOND CONCERT IN THE PRA.I RAN TOWN-HALL. AN OVERWHELMING. SUCCESS. Great as was the cause for jubilation given by the proceedings of the children's concert in the Town-hull last Thursday night, that of Friday night was still greater. On the latter occasion the chorus and other'performers from the remaining two schools in this district, viz., Messrs. Blayney's and Wilmot's situate respectively in High and IIornby streets. Long before starting time, every available inch of room had been appropriated, until there re mained hardly enough room to wink in, which testilies to the deep-rooted interest taken in the proceedings by the public, and, itis not too much to say, that lnad the hall been capable of hohling as many again there would still have been plenty of applicants for seats. Amidst all the chat tering and merry laughter that emanated from the happy youngsters, the working committee were busy armnging matters preparatory to a start. New-comers had to be pers...
SCHOOL ATTENDANCES AT ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889
SCHOOL ATTENDANCES AT ST. KILDA. ---+ The avr'cLg altte~dauce at thae lrightoul road .chooll, No. 1,179, during last month, wvas-loyso, 500; girls, 481 ;'total, 81. At the 'ark rchool, No. 2400i, the average at tcallallac was--?ys, 23:1; girlo, 1981; totatl, 437.
MR. MURRAY SMITH AND THE ST. KILDA ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889
MR. MURRAY SMITH AND THE ST. KILDA ELECTION. -4- The following letter to the editor ap peored in Saturday's issue of the .tex(,,la. "Sir,-lu your last week's issue, uader the hecading 'Topics of the Week,' you wrote as follows, referring to the olec tiosl: 'There are flanco to regret . . . Mr. Service, to whom the difference between Mr. Murray Smith and Mr. Jennings was referred, decided ngainst Mr. Murray Smith upol what, we take leave to say, was the wrong ground. lie gave judgment for Mr. Jenning ll becaun that gentleman WaS tlrot It the lttl." " Now, Sir, you will be surprised to learn that this statetmet made by you "ns one having authority" is entirely erroneou,. There is no justification whatever for it. As I made no public nunouncement of the groulds of my decision, your informant must have been ltamne Itumour, who, as we all know, is a "lying jade." The facts are " When certain gentlemen waited on me and discussed the question of arbitration, the fact of priority was nentio...
THE COUNCIL TABLE. PRAHRAN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889
gHE COUNCIL TABLE. RAIIAHIAN COUNCIL. tBYi LACOi. Oro were several matters of interest .5I at the meeting of tile Prahra Son Moerndy evening; but, unfortu. Sour civiec fathers have a suigular lcic 'for loquncity, which is only li by their extreme averilon to act ltora ly and definitely. The Scom .ittCe" arises simultneoously och masive intellect of the twelve -aie that comprise tire local Parlia. i, Ihenever ay subject of importance ehel. ltc trivial matters tile Press eI to qoitu a plethora of batbis lh, which tihe "recorling angels" a iys most careful not to report, for 'im oriesn that they do not wi-h to rte ervous sse ' toemsof their reaiers. r ma)or is a gentleman of grat selt roll nd le is thu? a chairman par er nee. lie never loses his temper,and ever with the greatest impirtility. Al. gh he may bh deeply intcrested, all yt th"ie who know, would consider it perfeely unconcerned party. I ,1i back his worship as n &lt;liplom"ntit cetaay ran in Victoria. , "roa " confere...
ASKING THE WOMEN IF THEY ARE SAVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889
ASKING THE WOMEN IF ARE SAVED. A " resident of John.strect (1 t writes:-'lThem is n i ram kpon kifng.a('., this street, ralling Iimj slf n "cite.r ,M ary " nil asking the lwomen of echl i' he takes care not to call when the ?, tb home--if thoy nri srvedl I aul dodo know thint they are sinnerolI 0and l go to church 1" We shall oo"" be?T` menll going n h asking, "ave yo your rentt r)'" nr yom hi debt !"iw ?0,0?!0 luhaull l 's nillle!" etc. I oNy such busy bodies i
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889
W tirweu are thorough believers in a a. weekly day of rest for everyone in the community, and while , we applaud every genuine effort that is ijot forth o.prbtect our Sunday from- any env croachments, snvorilig, ever so slightly, of the " continental abomination," yet w\ cannot acquiesee in what apliears to us.to be the inconsistent movements of thls Sabbatarian party with regard to thile running of Sunday trains to !Mordialloe and Frankston. If the ehurches object to Sunday locomotion, and are prepared to 'net honestly anid consistently in thile matter of its cessation, why not begin at the beginning, sand refuse, to pa trotise, or to .countenance the patron age by. c.hurchmen of, the morning suburban trainswhich are run expressly for the benefit of those who attend tihe churches. There are two or three "church trains" from 1'rahran, St. Kilda, and other suburbs, every Sun day morning, yet we never hsear any objeection raised. It is the trains that coilveJy the poorer claisses to w...
THAT MUNICIPAL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889
THAT MUNICIPAL PICNIC, 4----- Ont Friday rlst, the first of what i poaewd to be an annual picnic for met cotmuclloro and olticers was held steamer Coogee was ellarters) fo occasion to take the party to Sehl? Point and about 4,oti persons were p" Tile city of Prtthmn and thile borough Kilda were well represented, the c of both mnunicipalitiesanl the Oembinl both districts being amoong 'the l a Upon arrival at Semhrapper Point theL lunched, intd the manjority thlen lijo to the cricketRground in the ueighblot1 where n short progmnone of spOt r gole throulgh. The weathellr Wna e thing that could e I desiredl, nod on it. woa felt that sufficient caue bhu shown for the various local l?xrll in' o,eandaultn calling upon their nmembeo officernis n scceeding years toeot l a particuiar day for an outing of tbr& eript ioll. Takenl as a tinilgull get the originators may congratulate l set~e one achieving wllht maty faie called a great sulccess; bt, as forar coumttging sonlati, inllorctre...
PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889
PARS, RITHJTLY ,PUJT `ha1ke1 , n llnl ' . . I ' , \ \\'illis llancluet. i ( F;mlller. rejoicing. ,' . Iloohtankcrs TImoly. I.O.A.tB.-l17th iaot. The Gfood Oh Deattn. Johnl Bright left £7ll0,f . , P'hrhmaln ate bclihol pionic. . Nat Hallad benefit--21st Ift. Lifecof' Price of VWafle thoottoonl. Child abaundonent at o otith Y'arra. An areado for Chapel-street, 'rmliran. The Deao of .lelbotoiro hohl0s ;eccption to-day, foto :1 to f p.m... Bight-hours' Day-.2lth April. Where are oor.local e!ight houi,l noen this year'l Mr. Speaker-the Hlon M. If. Davies, thnti whom a worthier it not to be follnd. Thle Ilank of Austraml;ia Is about to erect veryl hnlodon new prcnmif o at St. Kilda. Or. f'ercild Longlotta o has beeti lected otimembet of the M1alverni ard of nadice. Oakleighi Good , Templaro " rugh on B tloozer,"-ril;d!,.our corrcpoodence co Ioo toteeth l'arliamntulof Victoria it fall Swing-" ofar, o mtclfr' pay is, con cerned. The erection of the Imperial Coffee- I'l ace.o at. Soalk.arrao...
PROPOSED PRAHRAN ARCAD [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889
PROPOSED PRAHRAN ARCN Tenders arr now biug called oPrhtran Arcade, to be erected in street. The factlde to Chapbstretl be three stories high, the style d chitecturo being Italian Renf richly decorated ; and there are lto balconies, a mtnanl rd roof and to?e extent of thile building will her il feet feet. The bsementc will be portly rtp with cellars, and the groand win colnssc prleilpany L .e l Chapol-stlett, and thie arcadtoooee he public entrances fro r o Chapcl.rt the upper portion of tile arcade, the arcade are two staireases lea Tarkish haths tllnd nsclbly Iall ro tively. Tilhe arcade will be 22fetl extendiug to tihe full depth of ther anld having an exit into Ariade.ti the right hand side. It will be rta with : glass, and tile interior tr elegantly designed. When compiet intended to let these shops to tcnantl itlg on separate bhllSilCt S, and to ?el place a popular prometnade. The Asa bhoof white marble. Portions of it alld ground floors will be taken ; tlrst-class restaurant. ...
OUR SUBURBAN TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889
OUR SUBURBAN r PHONE. Messrs laylec, rhovill s1t Coi street, please; scnd Mr. T, . president Prahran Brii c h A.Nm Instrumment. Mr. Church.--What is the marter? Dr. Leger-Erson lis n pmllsitl the A.N.A., forming health com visat d inspec premiry sesnt to ean they ari gsilt?ry. What du ou .his proposition 1 Mr..Chorcsh.-O,? it is ery g eortain.extent;.butlI. in ale It bbtlnprneticnble. lowevr,itoul harm to try ndl gefCI a corrence of, gates from all the fricnily societie t to discuss thequration. Of courne, being a latter of national lnolenae is of a precuniary interest to the .1.N.A., propesa to Fo with referenetn Iioctor'o suiggfscioin Mr. ChIcrchl.-We will Ilscu it II next melcting andI thoroughlyl sjift it Think yoil; igood-live. Swing us on to thill( re?mIrk d. Picase I Are you thereYes,--who's l Ah! I recoglnise your breath; it l~orahl again. No, it is not, this timlac; who ae -The devil. Well, osk the editor to come lot Stramnoot. .. Ycs--what is it; Ah! you hub,,, St. Kihln p...
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. Mwer.r I)Douglasare nDwowl -Choywt will sell oil hatoday, Ajpril 11.t e Kooyw g llowse, Calullieldl, on the p1re1iw,, r w hic, ih Itcommodious family owolewo twill coach. loe, staluling, ald one acrc,"2 roals,*nlu 14 peroheo of anod. The Iprolperty i1s l ated ill w Ijo yoog-roadl, ml is for utIllfie rileUtotclowe trustee aciO nttt. I Mr. G~. \ jloj Jiotoj~i[o-U al o to-a ay mol,0 mI th preioel~ocoi erc pf *Tfettty.om nt lottlly-streco, it. KIitlo, a superior tot of hlouetoli focuitot, illlelling It valuablto collage piano.
DR. BEANEY INSULTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889
DR. ,BEANEY INSULTED. -4-- Dr. llanlcy, ll? lirlmond mine, reckons he as Iwi c i?lsultal by the trubtcCH Of tLe, Mechanics' Inltitte nt Canterbury (the lrctor's ilntive ilace). lie offered £:2,Iee) to the inl tittitc, ilt itw Yo refus'al, hunleo it wras accolmpalniel bly an ll cunoawlcntt of £20( per annum. Try it toit l'mI rma or St. Kildl, doteor.
PRAHRAN DRAMATIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889
tPRAHRAN DRAMATIC CLU.r .... t--- .ran Town-a|ll i a gramudl.'dtlrlnrntle per formanlce riext Frhirty evelning, whcll thi e Stelch v nil , e tillr l dmrurn, entitlel "',he Iloc of Eettrick iale" 'illb prolduceni to be foIllowC, by thalnt tnlrarirg aftlerice, "Turn hurn rut." T' e Prelihr City Orchetmn wrll pilay elcctlonsrlriring tihv evernilg nllller the rnllhlrctorshli, of MIr. rVhliraktr. Ar tihniolA will bh e by tile uCi al any euerUir or[ the clIhb, arso?hIeeerv. (rr nnd Co.' gierrtcr 41 tligh-litecet,;' Pral ; nrd IMr. II. VWhliltaker, corner of Clifton alid IIghCl-streetsrnrr thle ucrual coltrtibutlion of not C~us thrn' ixllpence is rtlueetedl. Tile haollllmoell stage ftrrnisrinirg have beie irndlry lent for trle ocelcsio by tihe well Lntiwii firm of Crir.i.e?ki n n (' Chlapel-Milvet 1P tlaranl.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889
,-Drapors and Clothiers. Y 66, 68! and 70 C APEL, STREET, P ,PRAHRAN. - ,. : DRAPERS, Mercers and Tailors. MlT.lINI:I:Y AND DIIESSMAKING. .:) A? n :,, .H~: i- P, A A -I 1J] C. & C,. intim t tIithat they hlve tidten such measulres :s hall voery greatly elxtll the busines.s of their plnlecessors" aln, - lying opon the judgnoc t of n discerning public, they intmul makillg it the COMMERICIAiL 'CNTRIE ,li- !n)rl ItOltfnil - ', .i 11 ," SOT.illtu, S UUL t;itS . To achieve this desirable ml, It. C. & Co? ecogniio thalt there is but one viay-to supply. . ... GENUINE GOODS', .it Strictly Moder'ate Prices, Andl pay' the utmos. t attention to .'to e quirements of (their Customers, thus liot, only to . : .!O , ,MAND SUC OES S, but to n tw slivo-4 lift rl rtSi ozooID DESElRVE: IT.: S- B.C. S Co.-'will hold a:.:. '. r. oo . .. .. ?, M ONSTER. A:LE ! Fo 4 DAIS IONLY, Commencing ThisDay, S- who -he " THIE STOOCKIOF TIIE L?.ITE FIlR O -"• . ' / /., :.wILL BE CEIARED ' ;. Ariolinting ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889
Banking Institutions. IF NATIONAL BANK OF AUS. TRALASIA. Capintal SuIciedl, £1,250,000. paid-u.p, .£1, ,000 .. BOred Funds, £670,000. ?rab LIat Iyf 8 hIreoldo, £X.1,O.OOO. PRAHRAN DRANCH Chlpl Street. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. ,f. bt |od on Ennna, Inrlrnni, Seolard, and 1'hBnk'. Branc eB and Aende teiron-gh nt the World. . R. ENGLAND, Mnanwr. aH NATIONAL DANK OF AUSTRALASIA. C.,itl^ Snbncril&lt;d, 1,n-50,0D0. Pat -p, 1.20,0-000 .re e f'™n!", £CT0.00O. RwrTe Lability of Shbolern, £I,,OO.ON. ST. RILDA BRANCH. C.ertof Hi?gh.re ttand Welllngton-emtr t. nt Rates o Inter.t .allowed on Monley hlited for fixed prriod-. GORDON HI. DARE, ManBer. 1IE NATIONAL BANK OF AUS. TyALASIA. " ACitL S.B-criAhe l. A .1"-.8gO. rbe r id. . A£I. OO. erO. BeT l Fnd.ICTO.R. r Lbility of Sharaeboldrl, ASO,000. BALACLAVA BRANCH, Crtlflec Street. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. ftl. ihu| mon England, Irel1d, Scotlnd, a.nd h BRn'« Brmnche» and Agencies throughont e pt Worhd. iTIsO GEORGE ROREBRSON, Mana...
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889
TO CORRESPONDENTS.AND OTHERS. This 'Jmmis is Pl++lirhnl on \W hiesrdJy and S.ttnnlvy ueorning,. nmid tay beo htalned frnt n 11 news vendors. The subscriptton' l one lrtnny per cop--scvee shiliin?-s I)r nllll -nIlllne llillhlgs lwstwl. To insure their insertion and to ndhit of 1 lPer ciasatf?i1tie. 1 lrertl slnenta slllttld reylcl this office iy siz o'clohck 1.11. 011 "alondldl} itlt Thllrsayys. Sly eil1 ndlvertisemnens rreelcell up to fire pInl. on '1IIISIIInys nld Fridays. ' "' S,,ihrcril* t .... i...- 'reire the j tllr lute,, or irreglalhyj- 11 reqnPlet to' noti'fy .,,ll_ this oflee ill order timt tie tnonrelli-oCu al:ly L Advertisers nre remitldel that nll instrll tlons referrill to tie witildrwal uf ndterll-se ments, etc., nlllst Ic il writingl s rcrinid ,ltices c-l-ot be alttenlled to. Lettcra nlll oilier aoulmaltiolS intenlnldd for inscrtiOll ill tile nI?W eohs llnyy hould Ib mIllr+sed to Tile Editor. " iNo notice c'nl I. lnke l iaof lO ll 'llon l nollt allllin tionx. -]erj" l...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889
Marriages. . NICOL-IREED.--On the 20th Mareh; at theO Sreoidouc of the bride's motlher, Sooth CtroUlto "tSoet, hy thte ierS W. S. Ro land., rohort F., teeoondwt * of. thotte-lnt Johu-Niool,.o.South B rigton, to Mlory, ecoud daughter of toe late Toooaostootl, of South Ylrt. TOWNSEND-I AK SR.--0 1 the 20th March, it St. Lukeo's, Soth ltell?ourne, by the Rle. It. II. Dickinson; Oeoo?o 'ronol eot of tholt c . o0r Kilda, to Mintt e, younogeot daughter of Janes Ikter, of Soath Mellh~o.rne. BRtUCE.-On, o he 7th ilst., nt is ai rcsid?oe, 0 - Highstreet wext,-Prahn mwp-JOoph-Boruee .-e" lovedt htootld oft larrict Manry, aged ixty. Deeoly rtgrettot.l t + ft EDGAII.--On th tth inst.; 'atoMn ,Ytntot'lilln, lov?l wife of toltrt Edgtr, late of RIutgor, Co. .D6tk Ir0Io., itd,; "isixty-fteTyetart: e t.UllIO Illl-r 1)leaoe copy). GILBtEIOtT,-t te 5th intt., at her nlte resl S..ooe, Ptddroong Soohth YTarm., lo tto, relict of the otte Wiliam Gilbert, ,Luncestot, Tnott nin, oolo.venoty-ight ttsahy . . ...
MEDICAL ADVICE GRATIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889
MEDICAL ADVICE GRATIS. To avoid indulging in the wretched habit of snoring, keep awake. To bring out a free porapiration, rweir hn.overcoat during December. Persons aillicted with aching teeth should visit a dentist and obtain a new set. Sufferers from cold feet have been known to obtain ,relief- by;_pltting them near thoe stove. To bring a healthy color to the face, traw on a boot a couple of sizes too nmall for your foot. Ladies desiring tho romovalof super: dluous hairs from their faces should go to a barber and get shaved. Biliousness, ospecially wheon caused by high liing, mainny bde remedied by living at a cheap bounling-house.
CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889
COU?UDIrU3LMS. I. What is the differeeet betilcel !' Sally in ouriylley'"and a seva hreeel .2.,What sea reasemblesm high aul niry garret.!,; ... . C 3. Why is ayoung lady, foresken by her lover, likd a ?deadlly wn'ap?m 1 I. One is ni old air, andl the ther is it fresh one. - 2. A li-ntie Sea.- . .. ..... 3:. Ilcenaushe is a cutlcnts.h ge Answers have been received as follaws: IR. (Gillh,.pie, Scotch College, St. Kilda; and Ada Hills,' Windsor, anawer Mental Iistorical Scene, Numerical I'uzzle lie headed \Wor,l, and Conulnrunm No. 2. Nellie Crawford, Chapel-street, Windsor, answers Nnumerical Puzzle, lcheadedl Woetds, and Collludrant No. 3. F. Curlcwis, llobe-street, St. Killd, and I.1. Pearce, Malvern, answer Mlental Ilistoriaal Scene, Numerical Puzzle, Be headed Words. Square Words, A Rhombohd, and Coimundrunl No. 2. Lily V. Walker, South Yarra, and T. iasvcelt, St. Kilda, answer Numeorical Puzzle and lieheaded Words. T. Y. 1, En!ott, 39 Princes-street, l'rnh ral, J. T. Searle, 21 ...
THE PUBLIC CLOCKS OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889
THE PUBLIC CLOCKS OF MELBOURNE. The demolition of the tower of the fMelbourne General Post Office in order to permit of the original design of that. structure hing carnried out nckessitated the removal of the public clock. The absence, for some months p:lt, of its familiar face and han monious chimes has occasioned much public inconvenience, and has accen tuated the fact that Melbourne proper is singularly deficient in public time pieces. ,Thg, two" public clocks''- the term is one of courtesy more than of merit--are the one in the tower of the Melbourne Towl-hall and the turret clock at the Flinders-street station. The former is next to useless, because it has established for itself a widely known character for unrelia bility, for not infrequently the four dials record as, many different times, and this eccnotricity causes much con fusion, to say the least of it. In Lon don there are at least 10 public clocks in an area equal to that of Melbourne, whilst the facades of several priv...