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Table Talk says: [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889
ile Talk soys:-3Mrs. Osment wore an olingly 1lo.oome gowa of nage green 0a0 silk, with panels of rich brocade he same tint,and aorbe.?lqe ornanmenta fot cut steelpasemeaterie. Thi txolice I rest aol ?olts to match tfle panels, h steol ornameats; boolnet trihmod h greta ool toueheo of falnt pinkr le gloves nud a chlmming bouquet, com. tel the toilet. Amongst thoe vinitoro 01at were--trs. Eilerker, in trained a of rnola itoire, trialund with silver Orueltterie, loooonoet of fawon straw anot * sto Ellekeror, clrming cloth n ia chry.?lnthernum red, with hint to 0th tbo1ss liennett (in,,gtland). white 10 eil? , ? obeautifolly embrooolerd in Sthlite empire loot with dlames. Mrs. oray, rich gown of dark browoo silk I plush, with Ionott of tho snorme mate hoandlute. Mrsoawreyfnillofranmiat a rich leafogreen tone, trilm.eod with Oleful 'earvno of .otln otovenol shatoos hter; hunct to match. Mioo Sawrey, cOletl cloth of toortle grceor, relieyed II a little moire.olargOe hat ond gloven 0at0K M...
ALLEGED ROLL-STUFFING AT PRAHRAN. MR. E. J. DIXON'S CHARGES AGAINST THE MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889
ALLEGED ROLL-STUFFING- AT .,PRAHRAN. .: MIR. E..T.DIXON'S CIIAIIGlS AGAINST --.. THE ',MIFNIGHHN4P- lcERS. It will be rmmbr th ti8 tary, making1 com?lainte-s?crious com I'rahra n in rne-nltto the recent parliamncn ltry eldctlion. Thb matter was referred to the.of?icrs'e'committec;of which Cr Forbes is chairman .,A,meetiicgof tlhis committee nas to have been held on Tuelay evening Ilith inst., but there being no members pre. seat at the meecting convercl for'tihat diat~, except the chairman, Cr. Forbes, thce matter has not as yet been dealt with. Last Monday night it again camnce before the open council, when the following letter | ws read: "To ToE MoAToR 60D CouooILLOns, CrTr o0 "Gontlcmeno,-On the I1th ilot. I receiOrd a communiction from the town clerk, stating tht Smeeting of the oflmert ' monmitteowould beo held on the 16th inast. to inoestignto tho eooopltinto gaoinst certin memboro of the city stff, con toant in mtyletter of the 8th lnst. At coosideor hblo inoonvenience to mye...
MAYORESS OF PRAHRAN'S RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889
MAYORESS OF PRAHRAN'S REGEPTION. of fhrnfttntt, Moo. Ii. Ads ay ccy fulaondO pleaant it thh atohrn Town -htll on n oo The interior of the eolay ft profusely otcornate iroon T p beoenth tho The 0P000 bootin lotted to refrements, otto and 0s bo o tro the hxoly of thoe hnll nlo.l'a0. On not nrounOd tht pin here Herr· Plock'a handll dis* dlelicious music, were a~rranseed chor t plono t onoh fern-fr o ds. tor tys handoml cortpetote, 000c ot the right, Immeo. tide the roecptiotn room w00 like doff ofootlt otroot, on'Otooottno finoe twM, Oit tost1 1 hichR osf oo moostgrteo tltk with to its, o nd retcivdtt toor gutesto toy 00 eful af pleosant mtnnttr. 000 tO all tableh, noot, of conute, a , couheswceplacconven~iently the htll. Duoringto tthe nfttrnooon Sloa i os at gcntlemOen contributho 00ettOOst vocot hoomotoyt otootogof otttcoifOOrtO tohottnto, Of too Lototo, 0 oototoC W trttt. folttoO00h t rotic notd ot getlement a oppelar it the visitoo boo1k: ora Otat00s0 AOnottnORt Oft. 0. SoIo i Ofk...
OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. FIRST SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889
OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. TO-MOItIOWl'S SEIRVICES. EIILT BUNDAY AFTIII EASTlE. Tihe pro'rlihr in ithe uln'ermarlolro! ocnl chlurches to-morro ar a nofollowso ALL SANSiTl CIonRin, St. Kila --?Morna ing andi evnning- aRAI?Ar CaTIncTI. St. Kla-- l ornillng heRC. J. StalOi,.Lo?. cvcning,--ler. 'Hertert E. Taylor. ST. GEOtO?E'H I'aRoInYTErIIAo ClnInOlln Enst St. Kilda--orwnina cg, eveilil?, Rioy. J. Gordol Matkin. ST. GEOnn;E'n CulnICII, Monlvern--Morn. ong and eveningl c. O. J. d, Mlun[A. . C. J, PSallnnAN lArriTr C(niicr, Cecil lInen -Morning an,! canilg--llev. J. J J[acl~cllrzc. iniLE CanbnrTIAN M[rTllonoDrT Cuonnll, EKst Prnloran--Morning,- crening,~- nI'naIiu ? CONOnaEOATIOa,,. Clloaili. hlvern-ro. d--SIorning and 0VCn.gn- ltev. O. Cophmdl.
TO OUR CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889
TO OUR CORRESPONDENT ... --4--t " ,J E Letterso frot " lltateplayer,"' Stewart, "Anothcr Shareholder," I man Qui Mernit Feit," are all boit are una?vi l1bly hel over, e rushb of late ad .ertire-et' r-" applear it Wrllnsday's issue. Trylog to to buoineesawithll0 iout io liko winkolg ot a ortty girl pair of green goggles. You ?I what you are dollg, but 1 o on1e000 Enterprlslg lpeple ar0 0 hep learn the virtue of advertis whoo round. The perssitenrcy of thl, tlo not intimidatedt by the cry of ,h01UI~ but tkej their narnles cvor thftle will surely; place theln onh l t e tho end.
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889
SAUCTION SALE .NOTICES.I, SMessrs Naylor, Forbesand Co., sellc on Tuesday, 30th inst., brick two-story family reslidence, situatedl in ltrokvillleroad, Toorabk. Particulc s appear in our adver tislsg columns. Mess.r C. J.and T. Itam, sell a supaerior famsilybrickvilla, known as Selnlell, at thie corner of St. Kilda' anld Htlodrerson. streets, Elsternwick, oil Tshurdlny, May sd. An adveortisemeut aI)lsars else. where.
THE COUNCIL TABLE. PRAHRAN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889
THE COUNCIL TABLE PBRAHRAN COUNCXt --- . [BY LACOL.] There were ten grave and reverend li lators in attendance nt the couneil m?n on Wednlsrday evening, namely the e (Or. Osment), ant Cnr Forbes, F Iturald, Edwards, Wighton, B1ro, 0 nell; Ellis, Beatty, and Parry. The council were in receipt o a i billl" to the tune of 225 14s hl, j the .managers of the Alfrtl-' being-Prahmn's quota to.the llc fever camp. Cr. Bnatty movedal, deep regret"-to uce his own woun the finance committee be ntlhorised t o n cheque for the amount. He B id nanngers of the Alfred hospitalha dlt i 4ilik apu sihasingthearticl, re by thli Pae.ntsa 'He conihlcr~l' they. ii.hl eitr contractior an e'n eel high-price. Cr. Forbeaseconded the ml that the account be paid and wn q regretful. "He complained thatl'ati .pillows were charged at 9s id each , trmses 40s each, and blankets at a sl high figure. Cra. Edlwni l and Pan,? of whom are experts, aild tie blan? counlterpanes , and seeetlg sere t charged too high. The mot...
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. TiIE EDITORI'S PUZZLE BOX. Ceitieto not only the cor-felde ot your mind, beut the pltesure grounds alsoe.-tVheay. pU eSa e er In turdy' edtieon and the Rnswers in W?olnesday's. A Pntee--e hldy' eehnd.heg, valued at £1 ts. will tbe gien to the girl weh. sends the grecetat tunbe r oe correct , asw er e fro m 5th Jan uary t .ttth June, eed enother--e writing dek, valued at Li le.--to the hoy who seede tht greatest numbee of uanswrs from 5th Jnury to ?t June. tTho names will-be ph nd comp ee rqested to keep a c C cheek b ealntee errors on our part. Answers must rcch theEditor byO p.m. on Monday.. " . ._ Woesetll be obliged cr eo61mdonta senetehdi now puzzles will t eldy ettaeh teheeswers; it -e "ite'eeessp ey er-onueedrumee o be origitrtl, aF thoeuthtd'preecr theee so.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889
IDaapers and Clothiers. • - " .t" - - 866, 8and 70 CH W4 L 'STREET, BRO?". .UoRI::?77-E 3 PRAHRAN. ,,. (LAE JOHN r.IJi OIY & COt.) _ .e .w n .s n a t DRAPERS, . Mercers. and Tailors. \ILLLLEIYY ,LND DhEjSSkKtNtL, Er..; ·····~, ,f ., C a-I:· C Co. itimtdtit they hve tioae such mucnaurcs al shll very greltl cextenl the business of their predecessors, 'und," - lying upon 'tlie jndgmenitdf a discerning public, they intend clmaking it the . .,.&lt; -, , ; COMMERCIAL CENRE i - .; ·'''''". ' the' ':'.. . ., ., ?,v : u, m, . ih i?-i- · - SOUTHEltN" SUIIUi?ES. To achieve thi i ddsi?ihl'ciiil, B. C. &S Co. cognis th?lit' thcrci" biut onen w',y-to S , . , ,, .,.. supply- . . , :.GENUINE : GOODS:::; ....At hsnth~u • A L Stric.l. M o'derate Price's, 1L And pay the utmost attcntion I t the~ re quiremcnts of themir Customers,, thus inot only to , : .I..:.r..., ., • 1 ~ ~ ~ 5 W-onra aND· Udd 7ss eero n' 1ni su 'cc e) mw" mm"S t, IT. 4 S,.r,"j? I,?rt, i]DtIL ,W i " W - :. l&a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889
Banking Institations.. TnsIASIA. Capital Sn.erCI. iw, 125, .) Pald~lp, £1,@,@O. Bcu~rrecl Funds, £@0,WO. noLinbility of Sneboldem, £1,@,@.OW PRAHLAN EBANCH DTE1EST ALLO Y D ON DEPOSITS. eorld. N ENGLAND, Maage. Capital Bub icl~P~O.O.* IlaINIL L ANKoP A dIT£1, A I. ST. ILTDA EBRANCHI. tomIirg bstlat 10nd Wollintlnatm10 oes o t ollowe' on HIoney disainne E1; 171 17,0 l hu,, RI~oE7,01hl100 nd ~iceic h17 gl5'b1 GORDON H. DAREI, MInosgor. I NATIONA LI DNK OP AUD TnI~ALAIA. C·tl' a d "sc 1 v 1 0 ac,1if 11 u~a IoI,7111A.I,11O. 1111,ATLAA IHANCII. INTEIEST AlLOWED ON DEPOSITS. o l EOk O E 1 0 , O7117 T S O A g Nl oo Iho o oh, a ge ANK O' VICTORIA. Inmrlonnl 1,1 Act of Council. ilslrib,1, £1.00,000; Capital plid up, 0,00; Mserve Linhltilitty, ±1500,000. PRAIIRAN II ANCH, lal, CL CenArr, cSTRET, (Opposit behalnir' Ihtitute). mlnterst ollod on PFLed Deposits. SD ?ouutal. ,uood on Oret nritdij and tho Coloioes. Ig Businels in nllta aL0es transacted. W. G0.IIIlOWN, Ooanagor. "E CO~5IECIAL 1A5NK ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889
Faoxst the somerwhat heated discussibon which ensued at the Prahran council meetiig 'oi Wedncs'day' venisgg upon the reading of a letter from Mr. ·E.' J. DixoN's secretary, in regard to theo serious cllhfgea made by that gentleman against three prominent municipal offll cials-M1essrs. ELY, DICK, and I"IDER it seems a considerable amount of per sonal feeling is being imported into the matter. This is to be very much re gretted. The oflicers committee, whidl, we understand, meets next Tuesday evening to hIear the charges, is, to all intents and purposes, on the present oc casion, a judicial court of inquiry, and the members of the council who are to hear and adjudicate upon the accusa tions made, should be careful to forms no pre-conceived decision, but, as'iu a court tof law, should be guided wholly and solely by the. evoridence that will be placed before lthem. Outside issues, or t!hat which they may learn from outside sources, should not be allowed to in fluence their decision in t...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889
Births. 3LL.--On the 17th inst., nt Jersey Villi, Mtny* d, Toorank, tho wife of Urry R. Gill oft dauqhter.? .. .. .. .. ...... -......... SOOKE.-Ol the 12th.tust., at Sydtnouth, Or ronng.nad, Elsternwick, the wife of F; W. iIooko ol a son. WALLACE.--On the 21bt inst., nl her father's re "d ? C halelstrect So tO tle o ih e (I,€?-?ecnc ) of Josep'? ?Valrlao o a sou. S Marriages .. , .. . , lOYDET ol thi.' A, at 'nsric Co'iil'll(l~otolg ol), Prank Enir't -Bthoydeu, r estite nc et, of-the firm- of-Hn yns, Ioyden, ian Wilsou, nud third son of the lato .Edward Boydcn,magisterial clerki Barsi ktcLo, lcglnnd, to Annic (DLisy), second'dhletcr Ofr -the. Lt GneorBo-Uullett . husBellwhite,. lrchi.. tect, BisingsstokL, Englnud. No nOds.. EBOAEIE-INLAYSON;-On the 10th; Airil, at tile residence o y the bride's itrent, bl y the lir. R. WillfalM, (laptiet C elp-l, South, ynmrr), Johni ehldet itn ot 'Allan.BOal.-Olik liglh, to Elizrnbcth lilllUs (Lirdoi), oldest ur viving danightcr of George .FinlIys...
ST. KILDA BOROUGH ELECTION. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY IN THE WEST WARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889
ST. KILDA BOROUGH ELECTION. IXTIIAOIIDINAl Y VACANCY IN TIlE WEST WAIR). It will h otbservl hy nn ldvertioeomnt oloewhere thot Mr. S. Jacoby, of the Esilelailon hotel, St. Klda, one of the candidateslr for tho scat reolcred vacant by 1r. Illehanlson's re~sigition, has lol plre entld tol him a 'leogthy requisition coo talinlng tile names of some of tile most Liflueotial West Ward mtepayere. In common with thie ladles anld geitlemen, ,'hose slgnaturc npupear on tlie rcqolsltlon, we shoull hc well sallieled to sec MIr. erohy eleetal. H w for many yeanrsn a oomhber of thie lauolltdn municilpal cou0 - oil amld lsoi mayor 1f that town. We think the' cdihillat? would nlialho i" odmlrable roprteutallivo for the Wont Ward
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889
TRAMWAY ACCIDENT. On Saturday night last a lady was stopping from a tome car in Chapel-street, when by some means or other she lost her footing, and was thrown violently to tile ground. She receivod a severe shaking, and wos assisted into the PLAwTvEt TIEA BAzAAO, 122 Chapel-street, Prahen, where she received great kindness. A cup of tea was made by the new managers and given tothe lady, who, after she had iranoo it, declared ese felt refreshed and proceeded to her home. We now find that this tasty is rctommending our Pure Tea to all her friends. Note the prices andaddreoo, ts ld, ol4dils t d, 2s, 2S td. P/ASOTEOO TEA IZMAAR, 122 Chapel-street, 4 doors from High-street. Where she received great hospitality. Thesnts managers made the ladya cup of tea from their ts 8s.-[AoVT. VOTERS, READ THIS. At a politicr meeting the otier evening the candidate was being quostiounl-fi ot onon saubjet, then on another. All of a sudden a lady asked ldm to support a bill prohibiting the tale of inifer...
USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889
USEFUL HINTS. Buy your cheque-books with the stamps impressed. Never sign anything without looking first to see if it be properly stamped. iRemember, the jirt person whoexecutcs ny instrument is responslblce for affixing and cancelling the stamp. Do not forgetthat the date, as well as the initials or signature, must be written on the stamp. Ilave all your printed receipts stamped ready for use. Letters acknowledging payment of any sum of £5 or over by draft or cheque must pay duty. Peonalties may be recovered summarily before two justices, and the Minister may allow aportion of the amount to go to an iluformer. Look carefully at your deeds. One error may invalidate an importantt transaction. If sveerml eonsldertions are expressed'il one document, you must pay on each separately. Do not'let bills run'too long : keep them under £5.
AN ACROSTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889
AN AUCROSTIC. The initials compose the name of the last Aztec Einperor of Mexico: 1. A fsmouso'Portuguese navigator. 2. A famous Seminole chicf. 3. l'erltaining to a nation. 4. A play awritten bySlhakspceare. 3. . kingwhowastalledthe " Unready." 6. A queen of aUnlmyra. 7. All the HIeavenly bodies. 8. The messenger of thte gods. 9. A native of a certain province north of G(reece. :
A REMARKABLE CASE. Under the above heading the Doncaster Reporter, of July 6th, 1887, publishes the following in its editorial columns. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889
A REMARKABLE CASE. Under the anbovo heading the EDo note eer, ol July 6th, 1881, nublishes the follonlo in its e ditoriale olumns. (}ur rcaders may recall:the circumstances of a young clhc, named Arthur Ilichold, failing insensiblo on the Wheatley Lane in this town some time , and boing picked up. as he continued perfectly helpltss, and takon in a cab by tao gentlemen to the ffice of F. W. Fisher, Esq., thle solicitor nho employed heim. On restoing him to consciousnesn it wns anscertained he roa fmiethd with what aeemed to te an il nur ble.diae. When hI nn ule to spogk he msid he hd ben to his dinner atnd ans ott his way banc k to his work;hen siol denly his hood wa in a whirl and hefellin the street like a man who is knoell doag. o cominitg to his senses in the soliCitoens olfce he thought, whant.thid might mesa, and feared he was going to have a tit of iiolne, whidnh ace oil ktnaw in a very desad tnl thiiig for a p moor man itha fnmili to oare for. With thisi in his mind he at onc...