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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889
- USEFUL HITS. Buy your cheque-books with the stamps impressed. Never sign anything without looking first to set if it bhe propoerly stamped. Remcmber,.tho first person.who executes any instrument is responsiblh for affixing and cancelling the stamp. : Do not forget thatthedatc, as well as the initials ot signatore, must be written on the stamp. - Have all your printed rccepts stamped ready for use. Letters acknowledging payment. of any sum of £A or over by draft or cheque must. pay duty. Penalties may be recovered summarily before two justices, and the Ministcr may allow a portion of the amount to go to an jaformer. Look carefully at your deeds. One error oay invalidate an important .transaction. If several considerations are expressed in no document, you must pay on each cparately. Do not let bills run too long : keep them under £5. ...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. MR. S. L. CHAPMAN'S COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. MiR. S. L. OCHAPMAN'S COMMITTEE. 8ir.---Surely, in these days when we hear so much about the osncity of polities, the purity of public life, and the nobility of our parliamentary institutions, it is to be expected thlataspimntstosuech tmnscendent dignities, will have their lives unsullied by corruption and free from the taint of political jobbery. But When we come to refect upon the incidents connected with the campaign justcompleted,ono Is shocked nod disgusted to find that all the loftiest attributes of public life have been dis graced, degraded,and transgressed. As one who is thoroughly acquainted with the do ings and pmctices of Mr. Chapman's nlateo executive eommittec-I wasengagea tosup port Mr. Chapman by Mr.Hyslop,J.P., and Mer. Frstealcd-I wish to offera few remarksl in reference to the quarrel which occurrcd bctween Mr. W. O. Coulson and Icessrs Htyslop, J.P., and Felstead (who, by the way, constituted the so-called executive). At nrst I was inclined ...
OBNOXIOUS MISSIONARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889
OBNOXIOUS MIISSIONARIES. --t Sir,-From enclosed extract from to night's (Iondoy'o) Ierald, you will see tlhat my letter to you about the selft-styled missionary in last issue is not without foundation, for fanatics of the same order ore visiting other suburbs. The Apostles' injunction seems to be altogether disre gordedl by this class of people, "Let all things be done rdecenrtly and in order." ST. JonN. The following is the extract enclosed by our correspondent: "A morrepondent sritcs:--A few eangelist. hbss btun crring their erusade natest ala t;o xtle?dnmllry ltengts In Albert Pork. WYhoa toy onned themselvestowriting taxt of rI tum on flxts sanded wdaollss, no onohe l us to oejet; but now tbat they have resorted to -n-itiogbnich tbhlsa.a "Desbt," "Judgeusnt," "Eternity," "Bell," and suchlieoeo inou noanl on peplo's derstop in largo whito letters, It is thme that someethig nere done torolnsttotto it. Onnesite gentleomr o .ho bluelodd"Demth," written up in six.linch hare torns on ...
THE PULPIT. SOUTH YARRA BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889
STHE PULPIT. SOUTII YARIRA BAPTIST CHIURCII. ----+- A teo an public meeting wans held in the abonve church on the 9th inst. for the dual purpo.o of weleoming back thd pastor (the Rev. It. Willinamo n), who hnd been away on his annnal holidnayTand of wishing bla royago to Mr. Jnames Drew, one of tlhe founders of thel church, who is about to take n trill to England, on a visit to his native land, after an absence of upwantl of thirty years. Mr. John Turneri (snior deacnon) occu pled thie chair, and welcomed tle pastor on behalf of the Church, while Mesars. Waite, Oibson, Lloyd, Stephlns, Chambers and Lavindcr also uttcrd wonls of wnelcomo on behalf of tihe various boranhcsof the Church and Sundnay.-school. Thie pastor then took tie chhiri vnacated by Mr. Turner, and, after returning thanks, presented Mr. Drew withl a haindsooome travelling-hag anod rug as n token of respect iby his friends and ialso n fraternal letter of greeting to tif Baptist Church worshipfling at Back. strCCt, Tro...
The Dying Hero. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889
... Thl i D e Hero, As moves the tide with forte that has 3* stayiog, Nature's stern laws ordained by God obey. tog, So Ieth moves on--relentlees, nothing car. ing Nor even Grant, the nation's hero sparing. He who so oft has seen around him falling. The brave and troe,, and heard the ,rt?, appalling Of battle's din, unmoved,now feels approach. lng That horseman pale, on life's ihort spsa enoroaching. Strock with a wound which science fails in healing, glow, yet still soure, Death's hand his life is stealing. With aching heart, and tears that know no drying, Colombia mourns her gallant hero dying. Old friends--old foee-to'day in prayer are striving To stay Death's hand-delay his dread arriv -log, - - . . Hoping while still the spark of life remain. log, 'Gainst mighty Death a victory of gaining. Marriage Among the Quakers Divorces are actually unknown among the Quakers, and this absence is accounted forby the extraordinary preeaution employed when two young persons desire to be ouit....
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. TIIE EDITOR'S PUZZLE 1)OL Cablano o on to In~lq~ 3&lt;u mind, bnt the pleasure grounds also.-- h. y. P?ZZL?s apar in t--sus eitiou and the onsawra in ?V-ednoednJ's. h Pnlzi--a Inly'a hnd-cog. mdled nat £1.. ·nlll be given to the girl wh· souds ~th greatest anbor o! correct ners froa 5th Jbuyu6r?. to hthouh hr-?ritng desk, varues at 01 le.--to the boy who sends the gre~tate number ,f answers from 5th Janunryto ?th Jun e. 'no unumes, will be publishedl, aud compwttors ,.ro rneuested poeep a lit as~LC a hckatLns errors on ourpu Answers must reach the Editor by6 p.m. on ?[ondsye. • We shall be obliged if correspondents sendlng new puzzles will krindly attnch th o answers; it to nol necerssry for oonuudrmns to le or~inil, e! tMongh y. .l~r them so.
OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. EASTER SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889
OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. TO-101110OVW'8 SERVICES. &lt; :EACTEhR CINIDAY. Tie iprlectlcro in the undcrmentionrl local clrehielr to-reIrrnoc are as followi: ALL HaAINTI' (JlUROIIi, B. Kild - Morn ing nlid cvening CIIIIamT CUnCIr. St. Kilda-Mlorlning, ltcv. J. 8taoley-Low. evening,-llev. W. A. i.rooke. ST. Goeolene lI'tOflTEIlcriAN cUieolri ESat St. Kildar--Mlorniog nod cvnlng, llcv. J. Gordon Mackie. ST. GEORno'n CiienCU, Malvcrn-}More. leg and evening, lRcv. O. J. Godby, MA. IPRAUaAN IBAPTIST OCIIUnII, Cecil iaeC --MIorei nd evening--Rlev. J. J MncKenzie. II?rns ClRraT lAN eTntODInsT Culnrc, Enat l'rnlnru--.Mooring, liev. W. Bettiss; evening, PnAlirAN CONr(REGATIONAL OuRncIl. allvernrrooan--,iMrningg aud cvcninu liey. O. Culdernd.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889
^KATISNG8 COUGQII LOZENGES ,ugrhs,tAshma, I..rohclitls. Medical ?e? "Ittl flat no oaher maclielno I. Oatl t1"o the cure of tfuho tlnogerous adie~. One otio l o ggves enoee " oi tt o o?1 eooorlnrea roIt. l.For " kng ttllculty of brcathlng thry or at7}' Tttty YoRaIn no opium nor 10i ,e0nt ru og , Sold hy a Chlleol istl ito . 'd.oln l2 ..t l.cach.-r.rAovT. ao1( Otgilt1ken IOctOlt tllht a nle litore ,g' lsi a -- rundd y attrac heot,. ouertor atfvertlsement; for ,t lt s t h ft moso Otat er rtris it ag mtr Oobtmd etoy itp'r to spend less tab5.^; I nlt11'bijo 'pp1d pf' h ~ ,Ptl o an Public Notices. The Prahran Telegraph, BI-WEEKLY BI-WIEEKLY BI-WEEKLY. The St. Kilda Advertiser. BI-WEEKLY . BI-WEEKLY' BI-WEEKLY. THE "LIVE " AND PROGRESSIVE SUBUBnnAn PAIn SIX PAGES oF 5t.;COLUMNS. FULLEST RBPORTS OF ALL LOCAL EVENTS; Enlivened with interating Items of GENERAL INFORMATION. ONCE TAKEH, ALWAYS TAKEN. PUBLISHED ON WEDNESDAYS AND BATURDAYB. PRICE: ONE PENNY PEn COPY; ONE SHILLING AND NINEPENCE PO...
[?] Children in the Moon. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889
SchJldreIn n the oon. child, unto a story, I mnis in thoe yt; her shield of silver ety eodlets fly. hem lsely mr themaharply, the 11rt they par : y not toave the flgu f is, and l1o ta hcreo shouldea these little children, nd any athmme r nirht t well, far northward In the still moonlght adeo well they trotted, their little a blet tere e .oo.m n looking do ward, - hw beautiful they were. .h : B"How ved and H aolky ithe little rosy boy lite handsome maiden Swell behind the hedge w the little lid and malien e wll behind the hedge-row, the littl pail tsladen. they plea e mel how they tempt It tch them up to-night t them set them her forewer, eiddle of my light ,- oy, and childreon'e chilran,e td ehod my babes on high ; Sbles hould smile fo rOtr, i then to the sey i" e pllo hit icrioo'l.m rdmany ears go - bbes with pail and bu ket clightthe folks below. is the bucket empty! Sreathe children old t h th moon ls shining th children may behold. oengand eaer little, rseet and ever fair I thbo...
ST. KILDA MUNICIPAL ELECTION. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY IN THE WEST WARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889
ST. - KILDA MUNICIPAL 'ELECTION. -4-- E:XTRAORDlIARY.lYVACANOY IN THE WEST WARD.. It will he observed from or odvertloitog columns that 'MIr. S. Jacoby, of the Espla node hotel; Sb. Kilda, is already in the field as a cndhidate to fill tile extraonlinary vnacancy in the west wan, caused by thcrCsiglmtiodloo Cr. C. J. Richanmson. MIr. Jocoby is an old resident of the borough, nod has been 29 yenrs i tie colony. 'le' has extnctlsiv miinicipal ex perionco, as he wos a councillor for a num her of years in the Wesotern district, and at one time was elected mnyor of Hamilton. All those who know Mr. Jacoby speek most highly of him, and we have tno doubt he would make no. excellent ouncillor;if elected to thatposition.
PRESENTATION TO CR. TURNER, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889
PRESENTATION TO CR.TURNER, M.L.A. An illuminated address was presented to Cr. GeorgeTurncrat the meeting of the St. Xilda council on MIonday evening by the mayor, on behalf of the council, in recognition of his services to theratepayers duringhis termof office as mayor of the borough. The addrces, which was enclosed in a large andbeautifully designed frame, read as followvs:'-li-t a mceting of the Council of the Borouglh of St. Kilda held in the Town-hall,' on the 13th day of August, 1888, it was unanimously resolved -That a hearty and cordial vote of thanks be-and the same is hereby-necorded to the retiring mayor, Cr. Turner. J.P., for the very efficient and courteous manner in which he dischaiged the important and difficult duties of the mayoralty during his term of office, wrhich had been one of more than ordinary,anxiety; and also for the satIsfnaciory aind able manner in which he discharged the duties devolving uponhim as chairman of the bench during his tenure of office." Tire...
THE COUNCIL TABLE. ST. KILDA COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889
[TIe Tf1ollowingArtilesl appearei t in a portion of.Wednesdayls ? Isue.] THE COUNCIL TABLE. ST. KILDO COUNCIL. [BY LACOIt.] , , • tUnpunctually at a littladfteroeight o'clock the mayoral robes enveloped the rusty mayoral chair, hol the'tVown-clcrieal flow ing garments restled gently at their accus tomed place opposite the mayor. At the table were, trs. Turner,· Pilley, O'Dnnell, Sunderermhe, Connihere, and JenninRgs. The first ltter crad .wuau one from Cr. C. J. Richardson, resigning his position as eouncillor owing to ,his ,departure for ~ir~e~ :dt &n&DMtio , *tio'mir~fbh v&&y neat, nicely-wordcd little speech, said he had offered to douhly exert himself to look after the interests of the west ward rate payers if Cr. Richardson applied for leave of abnoenc irrtid df resigning, but as his esteemed colleague had expressed his deter mination of resigning, beingof opinion that was the only hondurhble course he could pursuc,o;r.:i'Donnellsaid he hadno opt...
PROPOSED BALL TO MR. GEO. TURNER, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889
PROPOSED BALL TO MR. GEO. TURNER, M.L.A. Between thirty acd forty representative citizens of St. Kilda met on Monday even ing last at MIr. George Vatle Liton's auction rooms, 71 High-street, for the pur pose of discuning ways and means best adapted for expressing the appreciation by the ratepayes of Cr. and Mirs. Turner's hospitality while in otice as Mayor and Mayorss of St. Kilda. Mr. Johns Mundra~ hIaving been voted to thd chair, explained that it was intended to tender a banquet to Mr. Turner, 31.L.A., but, in his opinion, that was the most selfish form of presenta tion which they could give. He favored a return ball as being the best, coupled with n presentation of value to Mrs. Turner, who he felt assured would value it highly, as coming from the ratepayers anrd citizens generally, oand, as these views met with general approbation, it was decided that the recognition should be given in the form of a ball and presento tion. The chairman then called for nomi; nations for a stron...
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS AT ST. KILDA. RESIGNATION OF CR. RICHARDSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS AT ST. KILDA. RESIGNATION OF CR.RICRLRDSON. On Mondsay ecvniig'the St. Kilda coun cil received allettcrfrom Or. Richardson, enclosing that gentleman's resignation as a member of the borough council. The com munication ran as follows: To run Sroc o?e CoUreclans or Sr. KrLeA. Gentlemen,-lbegto place in your hands my resignotionof thsposition of councillor for the west d of thke brough of St. Kild. I regret to have to toke this step, but partly health and lnrtly buiness nillneessiate my shence from Victoria for a few months, and I feel it would not he fair to you as councillors, or the oratepyers of the west whrcl to auk for lnv of abscence. I may mention that during my term of onec I ave attended 150 council and commiteee meetings, kesides a number of deputdtions, &c., and haoye nlanys endecvored, to the Cost of my abhility, to further the ointerests of St. Kilda, and am glad to kuow that during the past two years 72 new lamps have Ceon added tothe bomugh, an...