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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 January 1889

THEn flourishing condition of the local branch of the Melbourne Savings Bank. and of the sevenal local building socie ties, is demonstrative evidence that the residents of Prahran and St. Kilda re cognise thrift as a cardinal virtue. A large proportion of our populdation has joined the savings bank or n build ing society, and the result is tile creation of those many hsappy ]homes which have sprung up, and are continually mul tiplying. in these suburbs. Noperson plasing through our progressive suab rbss can have failed to be struck with the evidence of contentment existing. Tlhe trim gardenrs. with the flowers and fruit trees. the neat, well-kept aspect of the cottages, the shinining face of "mother" as she welcomes J.Ton home from his work-these tell the story of simple contentment and pros. perity; and what is more, these indus trious, thrifty citizens have as much pride in the possession of their ".home," with its plot .of cultivation, as miught great proprietor in his thousands ...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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ROLLED MANUSCRIPT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 January 1889

ROLLED MANUSCRIPT. lit a certaia monthly joaral, priatni iii the top of tile editorial page, occur these awful waonsi in italtic, " lllled .JSNS. will bI burnted tni f nled." li ho-w lmany edli. torial hetarl thisd se ttiment will flild a cello l'yery e It9ljtolr .kolwo --w!hat all abominattion a t lledl mianseript is. 'hlleln he ttids onte coi his desk, lie Lays it aside to be opeuted aoine other thne," alt finally whea the evil day can no longer he post po?ite. he taket it up with a cowl l nt his beew and begins to pith off the wmlpper with the point of his ollice scissors. Ten to ole the ?eisors slil alnd ct itto the manlsl script :bt hli h ilesn't care, for ie loathes tile thing biy this tiee, anll wIhld as lief it perihedl by the i c ic.-os as not. I .t last the wrappier l les oilf, oalI he tries tio read what is wrlitten: but lie ilo so i er get it sp?111 out Ibefore hiL eyes than it IIcrl. tip with a snlap. So he is obliged to hold it down wlith weights, 4a111 at et eah liege...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 January 1889

PARS PITHILY PUT. School children algin at work. Strikhen the building trade thrTeatened. Our bi-weekly seriesanlready " caught on.' A t'ayin' ganlie-the ' Siege of Sebtsto pol." The ualertakers pmvpo. hohling a Con St. Kilda T'otesoma's plcieti-Thuirtny, 7th Februaro. A fire engine for tmbhran. Yes! we bho lieve it's coming. The 77,cn pays £:IIt,IIII n year for its correspondence alone. . The name of the IRctreat statioa is to lie changed to alnllh)llss. . . Thie average annual incomlle of tile Pope is estimated at £611t,1)110). Mr. G. D. Carter, M3.L.A., is back gatin with his healthimproved. .Mr.J. B. Crew has ha been appointed a life govrcnor of the Blind Asylum. Money at four per cent. simple interest, haotbles itself in twenty-five years. Chaffey Brothers are asted to establish an irrfigtintt colony in Quee tclnd.lll 7lledicll Colngc.- ended, ,andls nobody much tile better of it-xceptclpatients.ll. A hBugg has been proving at source of trouble ill the townr clcrk so:licona Pra...

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THE ALFRED HOSPITAL FIRE. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES TO THE RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 January 1889

THE ALFRED, HOSPITAL FIRE. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES TO TIIIE RESCUE. --------- A preliminary meetingof representatives from the vario?o ttri?mcti of the friendly soeieties meeting in St. Kilda, rmah?on, 'indl, r, and Sooth Yarra, was held on Friday last at the Alfrotl Hall, St. Kilda, for the purpose of taking united action to oasist the Alfred Hospital authorities to repair tihe damage done by the rcent fire at that institution. Owing to the holidays and the want of.full .information as to' the timne and place of meeting, together with a complete lint of the different orders having brnlches in the variolu localities, it tmnslpired that several of them had not eeuivedl initations to be ,resent,or that thie notilicatin c ould not have been re ceived by. tlteo i tiule,for the meeting. It'wa, s,eosequeooly;tc letdtd, fterappoint ilgaprovl\i-lolal comlelittee to draw Ilip) I scheme to be soubittel to a uleetilg at whlich it wa;s hopl thalt oil the societies would be Irepresented, to adjolrn t...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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THE PRAHRAN BENCH AND THE NIGHTMAN. AN EXPLANATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 January 1889

THE PRAHRAN BENCH THE NIGHTMAN. i SAN I2PLnNXT [dS Smarting under the severe stricturcs t have been passed upon the Pra hen in connection with the disnlit.sal of Cae aogainst the Ilight ma Sharp for a ling nightsoilf in the M2alvern.nrad s Innl, Cr. Iteatty, the chairmanl,- dea explanation at the meeting of the l'ra city" council ol Monday night, as to rciaon the atgistratro ditmitl tile At the outsct Cr. Bratty obser?t tiant magistrates were ,worn Ia to give tle decision t aconrling to the evtidnce. On occa?sion in.ruestion the defendalt ea suonlllllo fordeposititg nightoilt l drain of tie statd school in Matlerm. 'Tho . principal itnte Itu s: i Ai et hMuiro, who sltate that he left tihe lope : that he turned off the water at n oia il the street andt that ie stood at twindow, saw the cart enter the ytnl., three or foer pans of ntghtsoil deposit, l tihe cart, and then went to bed. T1'heI't altogether 28 pans belonging to the tcllt so, ancotling to ?untro's statemlcnt, tod must have ...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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MUNICIPAL NEWS. PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. MONDAY, 14th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 January 1889

MUNICIPAL NEWS. R LHRb dlY COUNCIL. 'li ONDAY, 14th JAitnArY. Present-Thld Mayor (Cr. Osment), and Crs. Beaty, Edwanrls,. Ellis, Forbes, Foller, Hmrald, Inglis, O'Donnell, anl Wightou. A' NUISAooCE.--letter were read from itre. Jessie Eddington and Robert Barton, complainiing of andraalful steoch arising fropiit t~ie stoppage of theo.drainage on the Toorak-road at the fojt of Tivoli-roadl. .ihe,Fsurveyor reported that the Tramway trust had been requested to clean out the channel, and every-effort wna being made to abate the nuisance pending the recon otructioi'of the channel under the current rontract. A CHATIIAHI.STREET NUbSANoCE.-31) . F. Edwarld, of 'Chatham-street, wrote stating that in that thoroughfare there is an allotmentof.land where all sorts of rubbish is deposited, the smell from which being at times unbearable. A dead dog laid there for two days, and at times a filthy smell arose from the drain in frontof a butcher's shop at the rrrner of Chapel and Chatha m-streets. Th...

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A GROSS OFFENCE. HEAVY PENALTY BY THE ST. KILDA BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 January 1889

A GROSS OFFENCE. HlEAVY PENALTY BY THE ST.KIL IIENCH. A- ighitiiaialn lamedJohi held Iwas bm before the St. Kilda Conelt on llotd morning, and clmlrgd with allowing iig soil to spill Iu a public place. About o'clock on Mlotiay morniag. Consta Gcmmtell ow three niight-fitrtr in hil etreet;mnd hearing one of the drivers ra " Anywhere will do," his suspiciois beca arousal, anl hle watched thecm. T tlrncd into Carlilc.-street Ia ment w towv Barklye-treet, ni uausui l direction at t timc of the mtorlning. le still follow thtn, a'itt when they were olposite Turner?s residelnce lie hcarl the trap.[ opent. lie then rushed up and caught mani Reid, anl found that his cairt natihnt mpti upontiihe road. As iolstable wassinglelhanded lie couild f arrest leild. The others, who had il cmlptihd their carts also, whliplple Ih horse.i andl went away at fill gllop. was finedl f20, or three mIilltohs. Ile c the alterntitive. .

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THE PULPIT. ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH, SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 January 1889

THE PULPIT. ST. JOSEI''tSI CHUIRCH, SOUTH ---+--t SnutuI 1, 111)11111 since,, Arelllbishopl Carr I'rdbtito intuo a pari-t, ilJ uj ,uŽ ift under Ith pslotot Ctorge o at hut Itra,. t, Vito genoid. T'hu letter at olnce nrt ugouI fur the putchase of it eor at, ol fmi. Irtu to Vitng oltul-strict, Smitti Yiioi, to ruuot uooo situated it utiu idueU tUillt foiua tutu-. bytory, andl vaant nand oil which tobuitlu cihurch. ' The ltter builtjing was iopuioutl souuii ttuuiui ton io" sthe. -O SOundlay tot Ith Archbishopuut agtin iltrtituot iit enter to uuc u the bIotildting fUr the pIurpostesof a htul, thte t ouutherni porauti., hatitug iotn tevolct to that turiptaus. Tihut ux,; o v raelelailte I bliti'e Re. .1. F. Fittgcraldt, aud thuuooiuuiiuuiti jtii ptte Iac tby ttie tIt'. F. !'Milan . tuetucnit of It. Irt'tick'ac '.lltge, ttouitlhuuiiu, .S.WV., uutuuu took lit, II fowill 1-nia. chapl. Is. v. It lit, l', ludtliveredait ,lfVtj~ut~uao I tuou nli ioouuitt" of, toeurvnota the fatitih ott 'alait~i...

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THE ST. KILDA TRADESMEN[?] CLUB. MARINE EXCURSION ARRANGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 January 1889

THE ST. KILDA TRADESMENI CLUB. MAnrINE EXCI'ootoN ARt.mNGEoEont A miucting of the above.mnlctd club held onl tMolay night lat the George tHot for the purpose of arranging, for tI :lulll picnic. About 0 Ilembllrhos We present, Including tile myor, who preside Cr. Turner Iloved that the plceic celebmted in the iusual mannerl . ii Ublalham secolled tie resolutionl, and was carrieel. Otn the reculnnteolatiou the contuiottee, Thurlaty, the 7th of Febh ary, wrs cho-cn it the day of tile picni The place wao Srchnnpper Point, and rwas dlciled to charter the new stocm: " C(rogee" for £1;r0t to convey the exce sinliets, who are estimated at tiOU inl 1 fer. Thle t'ngcc will leave the Port Md Ialrnle pier oi thie ciy fixel at 1.30 am return tickets being fixed at ies. for adult and 2?s. id. for children. The various com inittecs were formed as tllnder :-SrpoaRT Mlolosr. Neck, Golftfr,liLoper, Liron, Cll p hamr, tIteo, ?la?ctn, KiRux, oal ou?nshon htt?Unlt: 0Me?.sr. Williams Gregory. an ,. 1'. (...

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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY, 15th. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 January 1889

ST. KILDA COURT. ---4- - TUESDAYo., JANUAnY 15th. lefore the 3Layor (S. S. Jieas Esq.), aS d SMr. Turner, J..- - A Houone oP .ANNOYANCE.-Thorman (aynor and Thomnas Holly were charged with allowiiga night cart to remain in Dan denlog-roilaforlanlundue time. Tile evi. enceshowrd that on the 2tl inst.. the tire elne oil the wheel. lolly the driver thent pulled the cart onl to the sile of the road, tool the hrse rot and wcent hone and re ported the niotter to the tablte keeper. The cart remained oo tthe Damlenong-raro fromn the nd to the 7th. and in thie ICan timc tile conteratsof the cart were dribbling on to the road. As Holly reported the matter at once, lie was discharged, bht Gaynvor wts lilld C5. TIItowl?N A lltCK.-Saomuel- Croft was chlargedl with Lassultitng a man namced Garraty, and also with ilstllting behlaviour. His a.sault on Oarmrty consisted In knock intg him dtorn with a brick. anlr his insult. ilg behaviour coosisted inh blackguardliog Consrtable Willer whenl that otlic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 January 1889

(>E. 'oiiie~friiishirs, etc. TULLOCI-'S for - PURLNITBER, "EDSTEADS,. BEDDING, .. ; CADPE'CS, LINOLEIB, 6o.,' GREATLY REDUCED PRICES iIl-' y.. 71ºSTIES )iuhtni~hirs ·_dtbona~bouttonury w ·r1dddo Wall to faror With a allbslfora o` .pmohoIog oebehere. IA..ree te[rof oqB bleorrocgod. ~. 4rproperod too -ppteipcoAble ponoo eq deth scoP riptio o furnitureon the olto ý-Ler-Lfbenl Ter·-aui I --... .'_ - 49 orthypj ,ShS.~O pe week ,,.LL J3*BSL- 1.~ 910 4aa. OLI L1 5. Od. f ,, toR.G1 4915 0s. Od. X20 ,, 7 . eOd. no , , 00,5. S* TULLOCH aod CO., FUBNITURE WAREHOUSE, ' .1IIo 30 n b·pdtrahoI., ,- i Odoors fOoooS d.'ornaoaod(oppoeite'BoooStnbloo) SOUTH YAIOHA. THE EYVENT of the CENTENNIAL YEAR II W. J. GREEN, tha rcmored into his NEW AND COMMODIOUS PREMISES, "" i, . . .:: A±the Cor er9 . -i CHAPEL AND EARL STREETS, WINDSOB, Where Ia Ofei'ere aed Immeeeso and Wellaeeorted Stock at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. GBREAT BARGAINS Are bleg Offeed, thoe le oft wlch arm not likely to occur again tll the nex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 January 1889

Banking Institutions. pIE NATIONAL BANK': OP AUS C Tplthl Subscrlibl, £1,750,000. Pid-ulp, £1,000,000. Resered Funds, £070,000. Rescrve Liability of Shareholders, £1,~00,000. PRAIRAN BRANCH Chapol Street. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. Dmits Isued o11 E,,ga---d, Iolnd, Sotl,,nd, a.d all theo Buk's Bmuchs, ald £Agencies through. out the World. H. R. ENGLAND, Anlmnger. THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. Capital Sbscribed. £21,250,000. Pahl-,u , £1,000,000. Reservo 'uunds, £070000. eservo Liability or Sbhareolders, £1,500,000. ST. KILDA BRANCH. Corner of 1Bgh.?teland Welli,,gton-trect: Current Rates of Itterst allowed' on Money depositnd for fined pIeridos. Dnfts issued on Engblnd, Ireland, Scotland, and 7he Baks Branocbhes and Agencieso throughout hthe world. ' GORDON Hi. DARE. £laumger. TaE NATIONAL BANK OF AUS THE ,, TRALASIA. Capoitl Subscrilbd, . 1,250,000. Paidl,,, £.070,0o?. ,Resonerd Fmlds, !:670,O00. Boroerve LloaiBtoy of, Shreholders, £1,500,000. BALACLAVA BRANCH, Carlisle Stre...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 January 1889

TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. -- -- - This Journal I. publishedc on N'olln-lai raid Saturday woruing, matd tray bhe obtaned from all news rcudors. ThU 1nbscription is one penny per copy-sores shillings Per seem-trilne shillings postsl. To insure their Insertion, raid to slllit of Proper tit titieation, wulcsrtisemeeta s~ouldrmac hi.oticc siy o'clock p.nr. o, MIo,,y, and Thurbdn~y. Specil dulcrtis .d.ent 4 raeairal up to fir p.r. on Tuesday. and Frldals. Subscribersrhto way n~isr tle laaper late, thi Irregaalnrly am rcquceltecl to natalf sates at thi, oo in, order that thR inconvenience.mtdy r,,naediol. Advertirs are reminded t that aill i0,0 .1 ,,wasu referring to the w~itbdm-.ld of Ildrertise t.,Datsf 0, waast e in tbrie,,, a.. verl.1 noties cnnot ho atttRnder to. Letters Rid other coD 0..,at0.Rs I"t'tod for insertioD in the IaDoI Rolumns should lx: addreIDId to The Editor. No nlotice .'it be taken of Ilvonynlou. etas. by thsatiotas Every letter net be ll~mlcl by the "DOD",nd nddrc...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 January 1889

Births. UOULDING--On the 13th Tnnery, atlinrlt,4,g road,, Soth Yam, the wife of dlr. J. ou4lding of a eon. KITCH1NG-On the 11th inst., at ,South Caro line-street, South Yarmo, the wife of J. R. Kitlhing of a eon. Marriages. RISPW--JOLME..-OnI the let Inst., at Christ Church, Sooth Yarm, by the R51. Hararee F. Tacker, John WillS,,, eldest son of John Rl,. Pin, contmctor, South Tama;; to Kitty, young. cat daughter of the 14te Prater Jolehe, of Chiltern. S5ALA315N-CARRIsnGTON. On th 24th11 De. 4mbr, at All Saints' Church, E,4t St. Kld, by the Roy. J. H. Gregory, Albert Edwardl second sou of S. Solomon, Kam, to Anabllal Constancec, third daughter of the late Robert Williamu CnrrlUGton, Balaclava. Death. AIIARDRCICK--0n the 12th Inst., at her late residence, Belmnont, runt-road, Windsor, Snnlh An,,. relict of the 1414 Wsil,,m Hardwick, 4141 65years.

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POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, 14th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 January 1889

POLICE NEWS. 1'PRAHRAN COURT. ?i -----+ - MoNDAY, 14thli JANUAR IY Before Dr. Fetherston,and Messrs. Elliott, Sykes, I oaky, Kilpantrick, Findley, tHarris and Dixon, J's.P. DunlNKAnDS.--Samuel Richards and Alfred Berring were discharged. AndreW Hughes and James Leworthy, fora;ping drunk on iSunaday, were each fined Ifosnor 48 hours. i HE HAD IBETTER STAYED AT HOME. A lall young fellow named Jollnl 1'Carthy, hailing from Geelong, was charged with tnsulting behaviour.' Constable M'Corry, who arrested him, anid he was endeavoring to upset peniliiblahlntor"in the street by kicking them. Finled 20s. or three days. M'Carthly, who is a venlant, and not bad lookingmnun, of about 30 years, ~as very ner vous when before the court, and when leav ing the doclck hee i," It woild have iplad me better to have stayed at home." MAI NTENANClE.-Michael William'Howe was Imolght abfore the court by his wife, who applliedl that lie shoahll be onlcred to tfinslrtienlie fir tile dnefllfilnment of a onler o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 January 1889

h TnAVEWLLEII'S lEXPERIENCE. The well-known ipopular lecturer and .occosaful 'minister, lrev. N. Armstrong Telfer, writing fron Auckland, New Zet Innd, to'the pruprietor. under slate March S26th, 188 8,ys, " I lanve plecsure in saying that I inve found your Dr. eaunlonlllt Brazilian Balsam of great, use for a cold and tightneot oi the cthest I can cheer .fully recommeid itto aU lwho'suffer in the breathing tubes ald count it a happy thing that you have discvered o goodal a cure for warylng couglhs and putlonary palns." It learolthe voicerandl I invaluanble In otron tlchnltingand rottohltg its tone jntd vigor. Clergycmen, public speakers and iptgcrs ute a: It, grat hoobelit. It may be olbtainedt .of illJ.espe?Ltable chemists or direct from the Australian Agents, WITT and CO., chemists, Prahrn, Melbournle, whi, onl reccipt of 3s. In stamps, twill benld a large siez (2. GId.) bottle to any addrll.'s in tlhe rodony, and tile same ohl established firm will in like matnner send, carefully...

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THE CONTRIBUTOR. COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 January 1889

THE CONTRIBUTOR. ,1COMMEINTt ON IVItNTS. [lY atottrlmIAo.] "Satire's my roronn, but I'm too discreet, To ru rauck ad tlt at all I meat." tMr. T. Bent, ex-millionaire and tinister of railways, has bheen c c inoted with many tpecs in his clay, and many a fool of his land is now trod by the horny-hranded purchaser and his offspring. From the gravel pit to the boom he has been famous, but his last spec i iinfamous with another olllllellta and useless lappcoag to tie legislative of this colony-he has formulated at stdieateand purchased an arct of latn lnear tile Yon Yat. The shelmc is aI deep one. The honorable Tom knew that public health would be thretoeund if it were cut up and sold int coisequene of the inevitable pollution of tilhe Ya Ycne water. Hteaven known it is filthy nouogh already I The expected objection has been rmied by government and these honorable men who gave £85 per acre for tie land declare thatif the country desires to avoid:typhoid and other deadly diseases they mus...

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CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 January 1889

CONUNDRUM.ll . 1. What is the dilfference betweena well arrmn fourpelny piece and a half-a-crown ! 2. Why is Irelanl,likely to grow rich! Through an error on our part the ounme of Robert Gillespie was omeitted from the listof succe-ful puzzle solutionistson Satur* day..I Heis Iname will therefore be plneed on the list for the "e Iitorical Scene," tile "Tmrasplsitio," tile " Dlouble Acrotic," the "Tradeeseman's Account," and the firht eonurlrumm . Whilst the. hour for rcceiv .iugalswers has b?ecn fixed at (i noan., oil Fridays, we will' be glad if our young friends will wndo them in earlier when posible, so nt to expedite clteeification.

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CHANGED WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 January 1889

CHANGED WORDS. 1 , im imwculilne now as I statd, Add one letter amn I'm feminindemade; Add another soy tlanbood returns, Add three more and again I'm betrayed.

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A FIERCE FIGHT WITH FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 January 1889

AI FIEIICI FIGHT WITH FIRIH. ... 4--t Sir,-ldkng inl the vicinity of the fire that occurred in Iligh-street last night week, and beilg ipresent ahllmot from the time it broke out until it was finally ex tingulhedl, I was enabled to form n pretty accurate cocepltion of the Ineted of thli cityv i.thciway of better proteetion it ctase of fire, and can heartily sympathoise with Capt. Kelly inl his delandut for hTt.ter npplitnee+ thall are ino given hill. lIt the fhirt place sooi me ans should be found to suoply alarim belln at ruch phtlia cns the corner of Williamotro:ul andl ligh-street, nud other centrea thaotare not within easy real of the town-hall, as itl the case o)f thit le ?/I tltcimatiin prwoceeded from moith to mouth tf tho'a' who haLppetted to Ite ill Iigh-stltret at the time, oand the P'r.thmn brigadle (the first on the slot) arrield just twenty minutes' after the iretint had been .dliscoveretd, givinlg thie conlllollo enemy tine lt git a gootl hold of tihe woiole bluillhig,...

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