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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
USEFUL HINTS. ---0 Boy your cheque-books with the stamps impressed. Never sign anything without looking first to see if it be properly stamped. Remember, the first person who executes any instrument is responsible for naffixing and cancelling the stamlp. Do not forget tlhat the date, as well as the initials or signature, must be written on the stamp. . Have all your printed receipts stamped ready for use. Letters acknowledging payment of any, sum of £L or over by draft or cheque must pay duty. Penalties may be recovered summarily before two justices, anl the Minister may allow a portion of the amount to go to an inlformer. Look carefully at your deeds. Olne error nmy invalidate an important transaction. If several considlemations are expre sed in one document, you must pay on each separately. Do not let bills raun too long : keep then under £t.
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
TO TIIE EDITOIR. Sir-in view of the amount of local inter est manifested in the affidir of the above company, and in consequence of the very personal and pointed manner in which Mr. E. J.1. Dixon attacked Mr. Dalton and myself in his reply to the discussion on his motion at the meeting of yesterdnlay, I think I have a claim to ony n few words of ex planation. Your readers will see in the published report of the meeting that Mr. Dixon saidl ihe laked upon ius as gb?ol honest citizens at thrst, and he did expect that, when we found that we hla done wrong, we would have approached the committee In a spirit of compromise and seek to rectify the wrong. If these are not the exact words, they are, at least, the purport of them. Now, what riglt Mr. Dixon has to say that we should make this penitent approach to the committee I cannot see, for we luve never said we have done wrong; we do not believe that no hImve our solicitors do not think so, and our counsel's op[llion is also in our favor....
Woman's Opportunities. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
Womnan's OpportualtleS. Anumber of years go a popular song was In vogue, the spirit of which may stilt eur. vive the wreck of time: "Why don't the men emoosel" ..The statistics of the Old'Bay State Common. wealth answer why a hundred thousand more or lessof the male sex make no matrimonial offers, simply because that amountrepresenta the excessa of feminine over the masculine gender; and when it is considered that many of the latter remain bachelors through ina bility, or other causes, to support a wife, the number swells to greater proportions, ,. ýýh?dotwoin nh $ther ewho can tellwhether she will be numbered with this hundred thou eand who cannot be wived I The question, then, isa very important one to all women, younge or old, especially to those of a lacge mental calibre, who loatheo and abhor deo. pendence. " How we can acquire the heart of bread winning, retaining the feminine graces of characterdsitinguishingthe true woman, and still compete suecessfully with the male sex?" T...
[?]AND BOOM RESULTS. INGVALE AND WAVERLEY PARK LAND COMPANY, LIMITED. LOCAL MEN AT VARIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
ND BOOM RESULTS. NGVALI AND WAVERLEY PARK LAND COMPANY, LIMITED. LOCAL MEN AT VARIANCE. extraonlinary general meeting of lders of the above company was ft the Royal Georgo hotel, Cmhpel Prsbran, last Wednesday afternoon, rance with arequisition duly signed aholders, for the purpose of sub O certain resolutions. There were io shnreholders precnt, nan Mr. Inglis, J.V., occupied the chair. vrestigation committee, comprising Dixon, Cumming, Shaw, Hewitt omans, had reported upon the result ir investigations to a subsequent $J. Dixon, M.L.A., said it would Ie csary to have that report rend on the t occasion, and he would cotitent If with moving the resolutions which coting had been crlled to consider. held ask the shareholders to vote against the motion. He then moved option of the following recommenda at p reopgs shalt he token by the com. to set aside the purchases of of Cros'n ot;on 20, arsah of Meul o, And arts of Crown portions Oand Siish of Dmadenoug, and to recover, th interest, al...
RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
RECIPES. Macaroni and Tomato.-If you wish to prepare a quart dish for your table, fill your dishabout a third full of macaroni; put it in a saucepan and cover with plenty of boil ing water to allow for swelling, and boil twenty minutes to half an hour; it must be soft but quite whole; drain off all the water; stir in a piece of butter the size of a small egg and a small cup of grated cheese, and place in your dish; strain over it a quart of well-stewed tomatoes while b?t, and bake half an hour, or aMtil brown ; salt and season to matees to taste before adding macaroni. Cold Slaw.-Put three teaspoonfuls of vinegarina saucepan with alittle salt and pepper; beat two eggs very light and mix with a tablespoonful of our, a teasponful of butter, ateaspoonful of sugar and half a tea spoonful of ground mustard. Set the vinegar on the stove and when it boils stir in the mxtre, addinghalfacup of milk. Cook for twominutes, stirring constantly. Pour the sauce over shred cabbage and let it become...
PRAHRAN COURT. THURSDAY, APRIL 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
PIRAHRAN COURT. THURISDAY, APoRI, II. lefore the Mayor, and Mero. FidO' IHorublower, Michell, ltusalea, 1,ta and Watson, J's.P. OIItUELTY TO A IIO Ot,1-touhL"? . tnockr,a carter, was fined 40s, with 1' costs, for permitting a horne to be wotld with raw shouldort and a sore back. OCUPYING A CONDEMNED HOOSE Thomnas Arnold was proceeded ngalnst hb thelocal authorities for occupying a hoi untit for human habitation. I?defndle did not put Io ant appea~lace, nd he Ir filed 40s, or, In default, the stIm to be i, covered by distrevs. MISCEOr.LANEOUS--.j. J. IHookand' ' II. Cooper; order, £? ly?l1. Onlern ti ,s costs were maole l the follo'ling , e -tI. Morris Jones anI Co. v. J. IL Eccle £8 tis itd; L. tBadley v. John Dow, If O; George Leworthy v. .. . IL 'hllips, Ia 61, J. W. lilyth v. Win. Mouhlde', £I 11. A thing worth doing is worth ild well. A thing worth alvertishng i wort adlvertisiog well.
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. 1. IP anly pierson orders his paper to be discontinued, he must first pay nil arrears or the publisher may continue to send until payment is mnide, land thetC collect the whole amount, whCether the paper is taken from the office or not. 2. Tht coartiahave decided that refuning to ttkt6 Ieew5spaliers and perieelicals fmlt the ipost.olicee, or re moving and leaving them uncalled for, is primafacio evidence of intentiottnal fratd.
POLICE NEWS. ST. KILDA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 9th APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
POLICE NEWS. ST. KILDA POLICE COURT. -"--0-'-- TUESDAY, !Ith APRIL. Before the Mayor and Messrs. Noonald Stedcford, J's.P. INSULTING BEIIAVIOUR. - BAM Thomas, on a charge of insulting behhO was fined £2, or, in default, 14 days' lpr noloornt. STEAI.ING CAorPENTIrrE ' TOOLr..-f this despicable offence, Georg Ilurkoe' elderly nman, was sent to gaul for i months. tISCElr.LANEOUS.- Sergeant Joyne George Daley, cattle wandcring; finedl with 2s. Gd. costs. Same v. Mary Sll Barden, maintnolcace arrea, £El ? warrant to iossu. lRobrt, Haydon . g M'Elvoy, use alnd hiroof chattels,ri, vernlict with 5a. costs. Caroline Moon iclanrd Thompson, wages, Gs. Wl.; renld vith So. costs. E. Wild v. Charles.nlot goods, £2 Is.; verdict with 35. costs. R bert Marriott v. Mrs. Yonmans, applicstil for ejectmenlt; warrant to issrL rdtIr seven days.
BEEN CHEATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
BEEN CHEATED. A surburbanl witcioe r, married a secoldl tlme, and his chliceeiams n wnealthy' lady almot fifty yrno?nlf age. Wheln the bride lland htlidegn) or returt?ll hInlo frolt the reddiang;, thet hsinband, tit?lnldtn ng tihe wife to his children, raid, " fly dear child. ren. kips this lady. She is the new ntamna I promisned to bring you." After taking a steady look at thte new tntlmlna," little Charlie rait, " Pa, you have been cheated She isl't new at all" . A thing worth doitng it worth doing well. A thing worth adverlfiinfg is worth
ST. KILDA JUNIORS' FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
ST. KILDA JUNIORS' FOOTBALL CLUB. The above club held a very enjoye smoke night at the Greyhound hotel, Tuesday evening last, the occasion tde, the presentation of the prizes woe d?r. the past season. MIr. W. Smitlmm oere the chair and there was a large attends of members anld frieuds. Mr. 0Bae Turner icn a neat and appropriate s made the presentation, which consisteldl luandsome aned costly silver cup, pr?e-atdo the president, Mr. Smitham, for lhelent rouce player, andl wol by Mr. E. Graoele and four silver medalsl, woll repecti]rdey Messrs G. Smith, Chas. Johnston, . rE. and W. Grillith. Harmony was inded it till a late hlour,aml after several tow lead bee l honourel the meetingtermielte
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
TaE elected members of Parliament were " sworn in " on Tuesday to punc tually draw six pounds sterling each and every week for tile next three years, and the rejected ones outside the charmed circle have "sworn off" for a like period-minus large sums expended upon ungrateful constituencies. The preliminary "screw" gathering on Tues day was useful to the electors as well as to the pockets of the members to a cer tain extent,iin as much as an allocation of seats took place. "With an eagle glance we surveyed the chamber on the occa sion, to ascertain the movements of "our members." Mr. E. J. Dexox we find on the Ministerial side of tile Hlouse, esconced on the back corner bench, between Messrs. ADEnoeS and E. L. Zox. On the second bench on the Ilight is to be found Mr. J. IHanus, while on the front corner bench, on the Opposition side, is St. Kilda's choice Mr. GEOROE TrNIuEe. Tile latter gen tleman is going to figure as an Oppo sitionist, that is certain, for we observe he attended th...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
FOOTBALL. The following are the fixtnsc of the6 twenty of the St. Kilda football clhbi the ensuing reason. We hope to gire second twenty engagements in our en issue. April 20, South Melhourne, r Melbourne cricket ground ; April 27,, ton, St. Kildn; May 4, Geelong, St. Kild .May 11, North Melbourne, St. Kilda; gr 18, South Melbourne, St. Kihlda; i.S Tasmania, St. Kilda; May 21, Ballk, Iallarat; May 25i,South Itallamt, Bau i June 1, Maoris, St. Kilda; June 8,Pc Melbourne, St. Kilda ; June -, l'ort laide, East Melbourne cricket ground; 15, Williamstown, Williamstown; Ju.t Carlton, Melbourne cricket ground; J: 211, Essemnlon, East Melbourne cdi ground ; July i, Fitzroy, St. Kilsh; li 13, Richmond, St. Kilda; July 27, Gn (icelong ; August i, North MIelnu North Melbourne cricket ground; A7Sp 10, Melbourne, St. Kilda ; August , a roy, Fitzroy ; August 24, Southl Mdllue South Melbourne cricket ground; An 31, Carlton, St. Kildal; September 7,E% don, St. Kilda; September 14, Port Ii bourne, P...
PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
PARS PITHILY PUT. Local 8-8.S procession oi the 20th inst. A.N.A. rcial-Pmhran Town-hall, on Tuesday next. An extra countable for Aruadale-Cr. Wighton procured him. Prahtmn Board of Advice-well done ne.sehirs the colmmittee. St. Kilda's 3.L.A., surrounded by ardent admirers on Tuewlay evening. I'mhmn Dlmmatie Club entertainment xcellent. Report in Wtednesday's issue. Childlren's school picnic to Mordialloc a greatsueccess. Report in We?le-day'sissue. Spring Vale and Waverley Park Land Company.-Pmrahrul' M.L.A. acrimonious. Pahmnt brlanchA.N.A., Ihold ocial meet. ings in June, July, August, and September. E. . J. Dixon doesn't believei the Ingli-cs, and the Ilglioes don't believe in E. J. Dixon. Painters' society is alive-they have taken the initiativre n local eight hour' pMrocession. Mr. E. T. Crawford says we will have a Turner instead of a Gillies on the Treasury Thle newly-formed Malvern branch of the A.NA.\ meet for an important disecusion on W tenealay next. R.A.O.B.-17th inst...
SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
SPORTS COLUMN OICOKET. --- 13r 0.0. Another cricket season is almosto ? bored with the past. Very few mak are now remaining to be playn? le locally is being Centred in the pr?:.Ihl the senior football club in our mdt h During the Easter holidays two??ni up _Gppsland way from this district. St. Kilda are sending up a team Bairnsdale on Easter Monday, awi, l play on Eastei Satusrday. The oth is that"if theXmas Wanderecs, .comp many of our local junior,. From all we hear anticipationo of a "ml red time." The South Yarm Union have sencueri .byein. thel oompetitton . Thematch cominecdo itoelay i?:.between thbe Parkt and. V elst ,Melbourne cluo anie winner will then play oif the South ye Union. The Union meet a team of Matthew's (13) on the ground of the force club, Fawkner Park." The Wesley boys have again achinee good victory, this time over the (efi Grammar School, whom they dfeatk 10 wickets. The match was playal ha Saturdlay, and provoked a dunl of at sham. After the Easter holidays ...
THE GEORGE MACKIE MUSICAL UNION CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
THE GEORGE MACKIE MUSICAL UNION CONCERT. A concert was given by the above union on Thursday evening, in the Meehanics' In stitute, 'tmrahn, in nid of the funds of the George Mackie Lodge No. 18, I.O.G.T. The chair was taken by 3Mr. E. Martin, R.W.G.C., G.S..IJ.T., '.W.C.T., who, inl announcing the object of the concert, qtated that it was the intention of the union to give such enter tainments periodically, for mutual plesutre and profit. lie said that they intended giving every inducement to young men to become Good Templars, and, speakiog for hinmself, could n'.csrt the great benetita arising therefrom, and hoped that the pre seat reunionl would result in soe new members joining fortlnes with those of the George Mackie lodge of Good Temploar. The first item rendered was a piano solo by Mliss Moore, who is to be commended for her manipulationlof'thebl c boarils; then followni a glee, entitled " Village choir. inters," by tile munnsisl union, anmongst 'hen ore to be nunmblred sonc t...
AUCTION SALE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
AUCTION SALE NOTICE. Messrs )ouglas Dare and Chapman will sell this day, April 13., the Kooyong Hlouse, Caulfildl, on the premises, which is a comrn. modious famnily resilence with coach-house, stabling, and one acre, 2 roods, and 1t perches of landl The property is situated in Kooyong-road, and is for ?ositive at to close trustee accounts.
MUNICIPAL NEWS. PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
MUNICIPAL NEWS. PRAHIIAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 8. Present-The Mayor (Cr. Osment), and Crs. IBeatty, Parry, Brown, Wighton, Ed wards, O'Donnell, Inglis and Herahl. GAS CONFERIENCE.-A report of the gas conference recently held in Melbourne was read fromnt Mr. Fitzgibbon, town clerk of Melxborne. On the motion of Cr. Herald, the report was receivcd, and it was deter mined to invite mtunicipalities interestetd to take steps to compel tihe gas colmpany to act up to its statutory obligations. BUInDING IIEGtULATIONs.-A letter was received from Mr. C. E. Connop, drawing attention to a gross violtation of tihe build log regulations by Mr. Mitchell, who was tastructing premises in Tyrone-street, South Yarra. Tilhe surveyor reported this matter had been attended to. EAST PRAIIAN FtsIIte BIIGADE.-A letter was read from tihe secretary of this newly-formed brigade, askitg for tile cotn cil'ssupport, andti also for permisusion to use the flre-plugs-.Referred to fire brigade committee. ALLOCATION ...
OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. PALM SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. TO-3MOItIOW'S SERVICES. PAl.M SUNDAY. The praclhei? in the iumdernrntioned local churches to-molrrow are as follows :-, ALL SAINTS' CIUICI, St.. Kilda - Morn CIIRIT ClIuculrl. St. Kllda-3Morning, Rcv. W. G. IIidlley ; evelling, Rev. J. Stanley-Low. ST. GEOlGE'S I'IItllYTEnRIA CIIUACII, East St. Kila_---Mohlotg afl-cclslcog, Ilov. J. Gonrdi 3Mackie. ST. GEOItE's CIUILUCH, .alvcrnl--Iorn. Ing nnd evelling, liev. 0. J. Godby, 3MA. PIRAIIlAN IIAPTIST CHURCHI, Cecil Place -Mnorniug anlil cvelling--lcv. . J. J MInc Kinzlc. BIBLE OlRISTIAN 3M ETIODIT CloURnCll East P hs1'll- Jrs-M lcig, Ilcv. W. I'I. llosken; evening, luev. A. Hlicks. PRAIllAN CON;RIUATIONAL CIIUICIIg. Maltcrn.rocalMsor inillss c IgIe eotss~g.... lev. O. Copland. PlRAUIAN INNDEIiNDEST CHURICII.-Iev. -'ri s' alea C; Us rcj ' ni stg, "Christ'S Cross." C