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DON'T SHIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

DON'T SJIIVNR. Illl~y, a rwmll~~~~t Jh k~ nnlI &~lnz, 41 (only) Blourko.-stICel WO1, rouble, no dlirt, waurmth ne od

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VICTORIA GARDENS. SACRED MUSIC TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

THE VICTORIA GARDENS. SACRED 3IUSIC TO.MI.01t0W. A grand iperformanc of high.ha cwred musle will be given in the Victoris gardenslc, High-street, I'Prahrn, t.o-monl afternooun (Easter Sunday) li;y the ~'ito~i Military band of seventy perfoneres collection will be male in the garnles I nid of the widow and family of the lill Mr. Nat Hallas.

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COMPLIMENTARY BANQUET TO MR. S. WILLIS, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

COMPLIMENTARY BANQUET TO MR. S. WILLIS, J.P. A nulbor of iollnfltia Pmhruo citi-o assembldal at tile Royal G(eorgc hold, Chapel-stret, P'mhmra, on Tue?lday evening for tihe purpos of arranging a complimenl ary banluet to Mr. ramoel Willis, J.P, Thie chair was occupled by Mr. J. feld. It was formally moved by Cr Iorbcs anld scodhed by Mr. A. I. )IModdo that a complimentary banquet Ih tcnderol to M[r. Willis. Mr. W. W. Williaos 00 aipoittld hon. secretary, aod it Rwasd" ciltel to hold the banquet in the rahro n Tiowll-hall, on Thursday, bth May, oand to rmelest his worship the mayor to p10id thereat. COrs. Ellis and Forby, and Moe.sa A. I. Maddoen, J. W. Read, loecker, od Tomlino wcre appotinted an executive com' mittee to arrnge detals. The prieof oti tickets wdas fixd at £1 Is. Th hon b?ecn tary reported that he hlad a list of eOntl m0n ' names who ltod already npl1iedfor tickets, which guaranteed a noumerical and financial success.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

EAsTER., wilth its hallowed memories of the past; Enaster, with its solemn festi vals of religion; Easter, with its joyous lsolidays--tlhe period of the year which appeals to young Australia with the twofold memory of the past and of the Irseent; Easter, in cool, refreshiong weather; Easter, when the parched carth, but lately sore athirst, is drink ing in the refroshing rain of winter's herald; Easter, when this Austral land onceagain decks itself in fresh greenery, and the dying shades of Autumn give place to the fresh colours of leaf, and bud, and flower. And with the blessed Easter-tide comes fittingly the celebra tion of Vidtoria's great triuinph of peace. Let thi outward and visible signs to-day of the ameliorated con dition of our great body of working men bring home the words of England's aureate: It is the hiand that freemen till, Tlat socer-hsdrtel Freodom chose, The land, where, girt with riaends or foes, A Ialln ,my ipeak the thing he will. Denm?o tile nesxt session of Pa...

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PRAHRAN PROCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

PRAIIRAN PROCESSION. The route is from the Windsor raio~l station, front thenco to procced lost Chapcl-trmet to the junction of Toorak moad, when thie various trade will dispent The procssion is to start at 7.45 shaoR fd all trades Ro onalially in?itorl to 005 oot aod make the local processioa a ti succe0s. The Malvrnll Bra.s Band iS been cngoged for tihe occasnion.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

OWItG TO NUMEIIOUS COPI'IAINTS in regrd i to the irregular dteliverj of this jiurnal, we beg to request that thoso who expefiecc anlly difliculty in procuring the pitper regularly will conmunuicate with the. oltice without delty, when we vwill ic dcaeiour to rec.al the. atlioyance.

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ORDER OF PROCESSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

ORDER OF I'ROCESSION. The following is the onlrder of the tr?du annual procession, to take place today:- . naonen 00. Qourrmen 2. Wootturnen 27. Soeldlcry 3. llers 28. Typogrphical 4. Enginedre vene 29. Plteuers 5. Clgorckers 30. Bricklnlyers 6. ailmay employee 31. Pressers 7. Ironworkenrs'Anst. 32. Cutters nod Ta. anus mere 8. BooLbinders 33. Ironmoulders O. Itreners 31. Lhboures 10. Tnusmlths 3T. Corpenlere 11. BOmntfonders 32. Felt Hatters 12. oa-atokers 37. nBakenrs 13. Etneor I38. Platrern 14. Bootmcokera 39. CorpormtionLkotoo 15. Coors '40. Bhipwrighta 1O. s~ihukerrs , 1. Tanners amtl t;? 18. Wtemdores . bemrs 18. Whnlmnrtr Ia Prr . ?'ltator, ,, 10. Pain rs 4. Aentetn Waters 20. Bricknmakers 4. Aollermakeeton 21. Mno4a 0. Timbr . ynrd En 2. Tobaconists ployec 23. Coufetlonores 46. Cachmlo ors 24. Funelture T e 47. Wiekerorkesrs I. Agriculturol Imple. 4. Gloae.ottle Paken meut MInkera The procecaion of the varioua tr?e. withl emblems and ihnnere, will forminj lDrummoond street,...

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PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

PARS PITHILY PUT. hus. _ Eight Hour. Easter holidos. A.N.A. social very successful. Oaklcigh slort-lnEastor Monday. The 'I'arer presnltation andl ball. Tihe I.A.O.1. entertaiinment a suceso. The Willis Laucqut-Pral'lran Town-hall, tih M'ay. Mlinister of Minosanld HI?ealtll-Mr. 1D. I. Dlavies. Jas. Brown 'PattRLLo--new Commisiioluner of Cultomns. The now piortfolio to be offernil to Mr. D. M. IDaliee. The favourite monuth of thie M.L.A. "FibL"-rary. Sir W. J. Clhrko has donated 500.O to tihe Alfral Hosplital. .Messrs. Ovey anid Jacoby in the feldl for tihe West wardl, St. Kilda. Tuesday has been proclaimedl a public Ioliday throughout tihe colony. The gas conference are detormintied upon •igoroui action against the gas company. I'ralhrun council nmeet on Widnqiaday next, instleadl of 3Monday, on account of the iollidays. There will be no issue ol this journal lext Weidtlaiody-printrs wanot hooldlayo, you klowv. Iinklong has al tHue morine flavour about it. A rikcr is always venturing...

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TRADES' DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

TRADES' DEIONSTRATION. To.day is, of anll days, the one which should stand out in clear relief fromt the Australian calendar. It is n commemtora tion day, pregnant with meaninog to the vast majority of colonists. It imparts the recognlition, the concession, nol the cose. oration of the rights of labour. As the years roll by, it is a festival which gains in import by the comparison of the past and the present. Thie past is not, indeed, re. mote. Two decadesof years have not yet rolled away siuoe the emanclipation of nlabour, which is joyously commemoraited to. !lay. Thousadlus thereare still amongour number who can tell of the sufiferins of labor, of wearisome lives of searce-ending toil, of oppression, andl of the tramplilng dlon of the Godl-createdtl rights of humanity. And iu breaking through the trammels, In consigning them to the tomb of the past, in cesating a lanl where honest labour hall be free, when the toiler shalll be un fetterled by the gyves of class and tyranny, the wo...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. PRAHRAN BRANCH SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSO CIATION. -4-- PRAHIRAN IIBANCII SOCIAL. The annual social of the Prahran branch of tihe Austmlian Natives' Asoociation was celebrated last Tuesday evening in the Town-hall. A liberal progrommee of dances, recitations, and songs was provided, and eas gone through with very little deviation. The music was supplied by Mr. T. Marks tad his colleaguesand ad cve complete ?atis faction. The floor was under tihe dominion of Mr. Dloeg, wito made an M.C. with vlhom everyone exprewsol satiofaction, andl uccder his guidance the programme rwas earried out ill a very clliient malllrc r. Tihe ball wan ?et rolling at about 8.30. by ithe performance of a sohottische, during crhich tlhe dancers were few and far be tween, but in thle course ofr an hour a great manoy more had arrived, and things gee=r ally were booming. hi. T. alark sang " True to the lirt" with good "effect, iinc medliatlcy, preeeding a quadrille arnd waltz. Mis. Gtreen slng "DlDer heart" very sweetly. This yo...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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EIGHT HOURS DAY. ODE TO LABOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

EIGHT HOURS DAY. ODE TO LABOUR. Imrs rgrind Lhe paor, and ricA men rule the law. GOLDSMITl'8 " TRAVELLER" Liberty 1 ame of arning I Did lf~,el our 2|lHI U ol SO mrching, moed iLr mornin .'ll adoun ths cherlnyn Ireot ? Ill ylloldlr fd jrasd rdom, In your mamlnlnell allied, While Il dges of your lo ur Warl t knners of your pride. Manous CLaAKE. Hoil Labour blessed grift of God, That delvses In mitne or turus the sod; In founliry; forge, or factory, yet Producer still of honest sweat: The fountain of all earthly wealth; TheI giver, too, of robust health. Thy sons are MEON, who tread the soil As lords and kings of honest toil. ;finisefons&1oa&ltioid if1 Boost rpst tocracy lik thielt The poppet loras, whlom crawlrs greet, Are but as worms beneoth thy feet, And parasites upon G(iod's earth Which gave their feeble bodius birth. A prouder title claim who can Than his who's called " a working man I" Ye sons of toil! your rights uphold; Decfeoding them, oH stauonch and bohl, L...

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MALVERN BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

MALVERN BIIANCII. The third general metinugof the anlvern brmllch of the Australianl Nativ?e associl. tion was held in tile shire-hall on Wednrues day evening, Mr" W. J. Walker, the presL dent, being in the clatr. Owing to the limitedl attcolaolec-thele being only 10 members out of 100 pro?ent-thle expected dliscussion on the question of loyalty was nlot eltered into, and tile evening woo con tinesl to thd mere trnmseaction of formal busincess. Thle chairman thanked the repre sentatives of tile press for their atteodancc, -nld conlially invited them to any of their futum nlmethlgs, whles he hoped to see a arger muster of me?mbro.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

Drapers and Clothlers. S66,? 68, a nd 70 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN. 3RQWN, "CORKIE & 0 ?LATE JOn 'ALIY a CO.) . DRAPERS, Mercers and Tailors. 311LLINEflY AN-) DR SSlMAKING. B C e Cs. intimate thla they Iave takes such careans as ehnil yery. greatly dxtcrd thi busiue.s of their pc dceissors, and, rc lying'upon tie judgmelnt of a discerning publiec, thIey intend making it the COMMRRCIAL cOENtRE SOUTHERN"-SUN U Sti .. Tn~ nneircctrsdnrrflhit nuBCi: To achiwev this'dcimbld, B. , CUo. cognise thlat theren is but er. wsy-to GENUINE GOODS., At Stricrley Moderate Prices, And pray the utmost rttention io the rc quirenmcnts ou their Curtomer, t!hus not olniy to C OMM A ND S'U C:C ES S., butto ... . ...fi I +"tt° - I -""' MOV NSTER SALE" ! . . , .; /+, -, :h++i+ .?, -?;;? : ·.+.~ i+?t.u· r? . on I? DAYS ONLYt Commeciing' This aiii . . when: .. .:. , ·.; , ms STOCK OS THE LAih P115W 1ILL : E CLEARED .... Sti ?uti., to £1;,000, 9-.-T S ACRIFICE. Visible Reductions .. . , I"·;? ?.., .- ,..! ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

Banking Institutions,. TM NATnONAs AK O'F AUS Capitnl SbulerklC, £1,20,00. paidop, £1,000,000. Ne.nd Fonds, £-0,000. 5ee0o Liblity of EShr._holdor. £1,00S,00. pOARBAN .BANCH- Crnsal Strot. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. Domt0 0lEdonEngl nd , Ireland, Scotland, d n the Bank's B rn0 eO 1o O d Agoon ls 0ro ~ugh. ooat ho World. H. N. ENGLAND, alnaer. SNATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRULASIA. Copitl ot sb,-di . ,,200.0. Pald.p,. £1,000000. Rnero ,Fuds, 0l 0 *0. neso r vo Lib Onlty of ? rcmold oo, £1,000,00. ST. KLDA NUANCH. Comoer of lgh-stret ad Welllngton-strot. Current o te of Interest allowed on Monop d GOstte for Ol N o. D E D raft s Iss ued o n E n g la n d , Io m ltd . S o tla n d , ao d the OnOOs Bonoces ond Agooetls tooughouot tho world. ODIUDON N. DALE. nooagtr. 2E NATIONAL lAI U-O AU*. -- TISALASIA. Capitnl SBd ri,, £1.210,000. pnideup, P.WIO0OOO. 05s0r0ed Funds, £670,00?. Bcreo Lllility of Shreholders, £1,500,000. BALACLAVA BRANCH, C2rlislo Street. INTEEST ALELOWED ON DEPOSITS. ?rnila ia...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

T0 (,ORRESPONDEN ? AI?D OTHERS. Thes ionsrrm lol is p ne lsel nY peder y-seveny shinings Ier nnannu--niule slillngs l?Osted. To lumur their· inertion, and to admit ol ,roper cLaslflmtion, advertisemeants should reah thsolrlae by slx o'Iclils~ck :pdm. onMndy nd Thursdays. Special atveticmnt ire4 up to fIve 1,.m. onl Tueedays and FrdaysB. :?ubserijers who may receive the lxlper late. or irregularly, .re requesated to notify s.?lne a this o?]o? itt order that thre inmcnrenlence loay l?. remedied. Advertisers are remiuded that all instruc tions referring to thle withdrawal ofl ndpertise ?.ents, etc.. nllst ]? ill writing, as vcrlxtl llotices e-nunot la alttenlded to, Letters and olher omumunications intended for insertiolt Ill tho itews mlohtmlrs sonld le ,,ddrrssod to Tile Editor. No notice nn le ti~Len o( Ranonmols cm-· tNlulimttions. Every letter mtntst he ncCmirlnude by the llrtlle and laddress of the writer, lnot ncnes. slrtly for l,,,hietiol, bnit na a g? .....tee o( o Rejectnled ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

Bfrths. DAUILE.-O(h the 0th hntt,, t 70(itoslcarltt1t 01athT~tl. thl ItfI oIfrc 0111 . DnhII It DAVIES.-0tn thL 13th itut.. It lsthted, Pill toltkttII, Ifn Ie 1SACDONALD.-0Iu tht 0th Ilht., It 1trt,,hh Pill Ostttt 11111111, fbI 1,111 It Anttyt li MtttInntd,tt Feno I sttytlttl, Qtcnard-d ,tllghttt. * ' Marriages. 0onuE~i-IEYWro OOD.-0 titt~lith hndtt I 01. JatIf Chttcll, Etst 1111111, by thf lit,. J, 11. GnIt,. I. 00,11,, tI P11,,y EUltnbth, : Deaths.-... PLEASA3ICE.-OIO thl 13th jhlt.. It htct tltt deltI, WIIIIJy. 31111.,tt1It. lOdth, Otigh. tlttnttly Itlahlfhaly,IngnldIiYIrt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

Tomato Pickle.-Slceo I gal. grea tomatoes, to each layer pot a handafl o salt. Let them stand all night, then drain off the liquor, and ad d to the tomatoes two green chilies, 2 largo oniont sliced, Taho 2 qrla good bhown vinegar, a little more than t. treacle, 2 tablespoonfuls allspice, 1 do. cloves, 1 do. ground oinegar. Mix I the spices with the vinegar and treacle, and let it come to a boil then put in the tomatoes and onions. lloil for 10 minutes. Pot in a stone jar and keep for a forthight before using. This is superlor to any other pickle. Sta ,neh horses, nflnehealthypoultry,cattle, pigs, I gs, pigeons, and domestic animals gener ILy, ant eggs all the your rcond it the icnariable result of a judicious uon of tforrist' Condition Splce, whiechis sold in tins o'l by all chemists, storekeepers, nc, at ls., 2s., ns., and 10s. each. It is the only bonae-ide borso and cattle spice ever offered to the public, and the nprecedented success which has attendedt its use has given rise to...

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PRAHRAN BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

PRAHRAN BOARD OF ADVICE. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above board was hehl lastWednesdayeven ing at the rooms of Messrs. Hendy and Wright, Commercial-road, Mr. H. Furanaux ill the chair. There were also prdsent Messrs. Watson (hoard correspondent), W. O. Coulson, Jas. IIendly, nod W. T. Simpson. Quite a heap of corrpondeuce was reo. ceived from ladies and gentlemen, either conveying thanks for invitations to the re cent pienio or apologies for their inahbility to ho present. Amongst the latter was one from the Speaker, Mr. M. II. Davies, mem her for Toorak. A communication was re cained from a member of the boeard, Mr. J. Ii. addnock, in reply to an invitation to le Ipresent at the beard meetiugs, stating that under present circumstances he was nnuble to do so. NEW SCeOOL FOR TOOBAK.-A eolmma nication was received from Mrs. Croker thie principal of a boardling school l situated rmxt to the site of the proposed nlewr school il Cantorbury-place, asking that some other site migh...

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GASALIERS AND BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

GABSAIERS AND BATHS. YonU can get these ehper and esbet at Danks and ons, 42 (only) Bonerke-streeot, wost. Ask if you~ars in the right shop.

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POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. THURSDAY, APRIL 18th. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. THURsDATt , AIItL 18th. (tBefore the Mayor. and Meors. Bietty, Finlay, and Kilpatrick, J's.P.) VAORAOY.-William Richanlson, who had been on renand for a week, was brought up to answer a charge of vagrancy. He was locked up at his own request, tiving no hometo go to one recent cold night. The bench ordered his discharge. CLAIM Fon DAdfAAsE.-Georgc Stubbh procc?edt against William Hobhs on a claim for £20 dtamages. The parties were driving in the vicinity of the Hawknburn rmilhray glte* on the 8th insat., when they nearly camne into collision by the act of Hobbs pulling his horse across SthbbhS track. An angry altercation ensued,reoult ing in Stohto seizing Hobbs' horse by the head for the purlose of securing defend ant's name and atddress, when the latter thrashedo him with a whip and severely cut his face. Thie bench garven an onter for £5 damages. DEBT CASEs--t. J1. Linoy v. Alfred Tiorn, goods, I£9 12i. 7d; onler, with is. costs. Same v. Noornh Smith, g...

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