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FIRE IN CHAPEL-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889
FIRE IN CHAPEL-STREET. \Vllat Iliglit Ilave ween at serios cll Ilemtion lt Chalol-strot, .Pl ml. , on SaturIDy last, was Ilpily avnerted 'b the tilmely nadl elergetic antioni of the Pralh. rnul police. At alynit half pat two a clockl on Salturnln ;ornling ?e?ilr-constable O'Colnnllr obsrv'dl nloolno uinlg flillll tlhe Irnmiaes of 3Mr. S. (Greenli.rg' tailorring ctaalllinhmnanit,li in hltlaioal-trect. Withl Lthe astintniic of coniitable .l1cCro St ry antI Carrigg2Ie fllrcol ilell eiln loarn all found thfat afportio if tht olho in's oan lire. Tile lirl-bell I tatrn itL~ given anidl ti I Prdr hm an hliuarnlce brlgatdes ar'. rived on tihe scenle, but 'their ser\'iou.s were lot reallired, ia- the thre collstalbles had tohlltlltaitlnchil the I laonci wilh Itacketa premi?cs, hcfore their ar"iv al. Ir, Grecl. bergo intock was illaureil foiit £23, biilg, olele ul as follovs:--New cialtlntd Colnt. pany, £32; Soath ll ritilt, £200L. The buliling tstn istal for £12a0 it Oie Anlt ,alia." ' ,'[dr...
PRAHRAN BOARD OF ADVICE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889
PRAHRAN BOARD OF ADVICE E.LECTION. Thc nollllnotiono fr a olesmler of tile P'lrr? t school ,anl of ladvice to fill tIe va'anllcy caused by thl rignllatio of Mr. .1. II. Moldocki, clocod yestcnlay afteranoo, and Mr. Frtncis Turnley, oubelitor of this jourlnal, hclsg the only geotlcman Ilotni natcd, will, of coursc, be declaredl dully elected. I'We cotngrotuflate .Ir, Turlcsy o his clectiot, nud havne no Iloubt hIe will pIove a o valablte al ellicielt memtber.
MR. AND MRS. DOUBLEDAY'S RE-UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889
MR. AND MRS. DOUBLEDAY'S RE-UNION. The anliove wa? givc to thIeir uils , l d frioul? by Mr. iind Mtrs. Doableday last h'Ihlsay atGrattan.str-ct, Pm'brau, anl Iroved a very enjoyable orenitng. The ll was tastcfull, decorated with mirrorsi, lags, lanter?s, evergreeni, etc. Dulring the eveninig sevemllulies andl gentlemen geon. tributeld asomne excellent vocal harmony mtorngst whomn were Mrs. Trail, (Miss Sheljmhl) who ing " Etlic Sunshlije," with Sspirited arnol pleenosilg efet. "The Kerty, dlce," biy 3isoi Tltekr wae rendereil ill an eqxpressive and finihbel ntyle. The company before separating cxplre-isedl their approval sf the kindns asnd atteeltiol ,shsows them luring their lpat termse of tuitihrn. The mlot inoticenble dlreseen were-Miss C'ox, pink tulle skirt anli merveilleeux .etin leodicc, veryol.effective; Mrs. Brooks, bl.sck saltin anttll fiace; Mls?. . Carlos in ?ardlial eatll, drampery of black lace, oie,rir. silk sbsh; liss ''residelr ard Mishs Neale, rose inkih tlle skirl...
GASALIERS AND BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889
. GABALIERSAND BATHS. --t You can get these chenper ntd best at Dunks nnd fons, 42 (only) Bourkestreet, west. Ask if you ;re in the right shop. fta wnchhoroeo,fine henlthy poutry,cuttle, pigs, IJgo, pigon, and tdometic nnimntals genr..lly, and egg alnl the yowr rounn hi the iolarlnble refultonf n juldicius ue of Norris' Condition Sie, whic h in sold in "fine only by all chlemists, storekeepers, &ge., nt n., 2w., Os., unct 10s. ceteh. It Is tice only bonn-fle hore conl calle epicr ever offerne lto the epubtlic, ntaol tihe naprccdentol uhccess which bus attendel Its nuse has given riseto numerons worthlesn ano in some cnses posictively Injoieou imtntionls. The public re itherefore devised to be on their g orl, and to t lke no other thnn the oriinal and genuine Conlition Spice for Horneo, cattle," poultry, &e., introdueedl to the public by SMr. T. W. Norris In 1871. The totl number of t s in l luring 1882 amountee to 8,60, wilche ilself its i st iehnt proof of the ertro...
USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889
SUSEFUL HINTS. Buy your cheque-books with the stamps impressed. Never sign anything without looking first to see if it be properly stamped. Iemember, teo.jirst person whocxecutes any instrument is responsible for afixing and cancelling the stamp. Do not forget thatthe date, as well asE the initlials or signature, must be written on the' stump. t _~ c youre rlinted 'reelptsstampltd ready for use. Letters nacknowledging payment of any sum of £5 or over by drmft or cheque must pay duty. Penulties may be recovered summarily beford two'justies, nad the Minister may. allow a portion of the amount to go to an informer. Look carefully at your deeds. One error iunyeinvalidate, an important .transaction. If several consideralmtions are expressed in one documellt, you must pay on ach s?eparately. Do not let bills run too long: keep thenm under £0.
STAGNANT WATER—BAD MILK. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889
STAGNANT WATER-BAD MILK: The Southern.Planter, an American paper, says:--" Professor Law, of Corncll University, caused some cows to drink for several days from a stagi nant pool of water that existed in a swale, and having examinedtheo mil] found it full of living organisms. Tlhen the water from the pool wao examined, and the .same livine creatures were found. Then the cow were examined, and they were founn to be in. a feverish; condition, the result of their blood being charged with these minute-organisms. Then some pure milk was taken and somy of tlis-pondi water put with it, and these same creatures multiplied withis a few hours so as to take possession of the milk. After this test no one can dispute that living organisms may b9 intrddiiced into milk by the using of improper food and drink. It alsP shows tlhat there is a close relatio, between good pure water and fine, good-keeping dairy products. From a sanitary standpoint the lives and lhealth of the consumers are, to a certai...
HUMOUR AT MEAL TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889
HUMOUR AT MEAL TIME. & doctor says:-"Don't allow a meal to pass without a joke between each mouthful." This will enhance thb value of humor to a great degree. Dinner. will move along something liblktlis: Mdouthful of scip: Becreams of mirth, flakes of laughter and bread. crumbs pervading the air. Mouthful of roast duck reminds domestic hu. mourist of something. "Do you know why a duck goes into thle water?" Long. silence and more extensive eating. Domestic humourist answers it himself as fol lows': "For divers reasons." M ore bread, vegetables, and general good feeling. "Why does he come out?"r No answer and n 'soaud but that of an old joke under the table eracking its knuckles. "For sun-dry purposes.'" explains the ready and brainy man looking casually at a memorandum on his cut!. More dinner,s and then "Why does he go in again ?" Nothing can be heard but the 109 mutter of a thinker, perhaps as he grapples with the greart problem. '*To liquidate his bill." Yells of laughter...
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. 1. IF tany persoe orders his poper to he disontinuei, he must first pry oll orreors or the puilisher may continue to send tuntil payment is monie, onut theneoslecttlie ethole tmounet, whrether thet paper is tineco from the office or not. 2. The courts hsve decided thot refusing. to taoe noeoapssers and porioticals from the poet-ofice, or re moviog ond learing them unctllet for, is priratfaei evidence of intentional fraid.
STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889
STAMP DUTIES. A Id. stimp is oufticient for all chqures, no moottor htit the omouot difwn itoy fI; but inltho. roecof bilj tofolexrbono inud poiissiaiory note, the dtties are to f roreg loted aonoiog to the volo of the docu menrt, follows:-oo Not exceedini og 3 ... ...£75. Execeeinf £23, ont not xcced ing.£30 . ... t. Exefiog £70, and oif t exceit ing £7 ...£ ... Is d. Exceeding £73, anid tiot ttceed in7£100 .OO ... ...OO. Where it exceeds £100 the fee will then fbet clculttd at tIe otte of Ii. foreerry £50afo vefthtoouiont,·or firciorntl Frt of £50.
EXTENSIVE CHEQUE FRAUDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889
EXTiENSIYE CHEQUE FRAUDS. At.thtrl'iraino: coirt on3hursday James Richmond alias Walte Foster,. 'tliar s rilliam' Clifford, a young mran,:wns placed in the dlock to ansocr charges of obtaini'ni goods and money by false protences from Willinim inidman, to th.caulde of £2, on the 27th March; forging and uttering a hchqueo for: £10with iutcnt?ie? deforud Robcrt lowarti on the '2r ?ltrch ; bt Aiti itig goodo'aond money to the'm valu, of?: £ 2s Gd from CIha.' E. Taffs on the 23rd NIrdit, and larceny?i a balce of a hoggy from Edward nl iolony;on tlrhe 23rd of Mi?tarch. On the Ilattcr charge .pirlsoiler Rwas ieminded to South Mclbournc, nind on tic otheir dohnts her as committti for trial. Thetn art ltogthcr abot 20 crsc bofH iifirlitdlfhhirt tcer tdttirU ai.iatt the prisoucr who was arrcsted by Constable Kenniburghiti Taim-er steccttieichmond, oi tioe toth inst.
PROBABILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889
PROBABILITIES. n100 s n man going .home Ololok in the mooning, and his is niting for him, it will pro. oturn not storimy. 0 a0 an receives a bill for nis hifu has bought unknown to look out for thunder and light hen a man goes home and finds ploorea dy, tile fire out, ad his hstingth nieighbours, it is aoito be cloudy. n mau promises to take his r 8 a .prtynnd changes his mind . is drcsued, you may expect n u anosaves 0 is cigar money o? nWieo a new bonnet, and the Ssuneiioes, it indicates a en B sll nlla. 1'h1n 01u000 dieoond leacos na nic 0nitleiolonty of money0 and'yos 10000lking ont with th0 execoutor ?uay afternoons a ehiango is nit.t
GREAT MEN AND BAD SPELLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889
GETBAD1~D A GREAT SEN ADIG hso aho cate "radical re t- in Eoglish orthography are sto lay tress on the fact that tcreat men have boon bad spol o ou.btless this weakness is due he ma inconsistoncies that and in oar langoago, rather than thaecntimant embodied in the re. "o, Mr. Gharles Jeames Yellow r, Novar mind spelling, so long the eanca is right." pe g first with statesmen and denrs, we find that Julius th greatest of all great fight men, who actually wrote a gram , could not spell correctly. Riche 'n d Marlb'oroughl were also weak this respect. Sir Chailes Napier a notorious bhlunaderer when he down to write. This was, indeed, sk point with the whole of tle ier omily, not excepting Sir Wil. tb!g-reat historian. "?ody remembers that the Sof Wcellington, though a fairly speaker, could by no means have eed states with the pen. The ography tof his dispatches, as Cob scathingly pointed out, was often fault. Some little time ago the mica of G)eneral Boulangor, who recently been attract...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889
Spcial Advertiseinemn. FANCY BAZAAR GIFT DEPOT, 1 i I fit T TI WV?! .TriIAIIBAIJ ilI Lessons givl in Ihain~iiig, Fancy mWeek, and Vocai and.Instrumaentai Muelc. .2 A-lI; MRS. C. V. MALESKY, eigto no ifynloivityiilg Opened a New and WVelnell elted STQOK OF GOODS, lull Wblchi, Hlavin' ben puIIIClbuted ate. diScouni, She is preiare oSell t i at Greatly Reduced Prices 2 Call aid Iiinect the Gded, noWhich inclnite ALL TIHE1 kAT NOVELTx:S IN STATIONERY . SCHOOL REQUISITES, FANCY WORK, &c" r n Y;. ....'-I.;..:.., 19 OHAIPEL.STREET, PIRAHBAN. trh r dettpcltin of Johsor 'work o ectlted on the llrctnisen. , I, Oreor promptly attendel to. Estimates giren. .1[ 11?1; .'' ,. i' ·W?VR~d ? ., W V a tori , U LD? n __O ' ACTO , ?E. Fitch and Sons. , Ilufldefu nnd ColatmlalorJ, "Weuliltlgaton.utr. t S1. slldt imt?es Ie, i, l Slyec artn oCf Slt.0 KiFHld ? h bus-II ,le, p l "he (miltles. nriL'lk$ [till TIle,% G?I?II?II? Fqgillff Fimo (llrck*. Fire ?LallI? (Jhinllle}• [ol H, ] E~leah 8relies, Uri...
BEEN CHEATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889
.BEEN CHEATED. A sorbrbban widower married a second time, andl his choice was a wealthy laly about fifty yearsof age. When the bride and blrideglroom retlrned home from the wedding, the husband, intromlucing tile wifoe to his childremn, raid, " 3My dear Ichilil reo, klal this lady. Sle i t!le new tanama I promised to bring you." After takinlg a steady look at the " new lamma," little Charlie oid, " lPa, you hae beenl cheated Shl isn't new at all "
ST. KILDA COURT. FRIDAY, 26TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889
SST. KILDA COURT. lFnIDAY, 2tTl APRIL. (B4rFtheM MyoS and ,MIessr. Levi and ALLEOED, .WILFUL EiXIosUE.-John Mills, a dilapidated looking vagrant, cme Up to answer a charge of wilful exposure. The bffdnce was allered to havs been com-s mitted in the vlcinily of the Elstcrnwick Statoeschool, on the 10thl inst., In the pre sence of some young girls. Tile bench found,4the prisoner guilty, anl sentencl him to tshree monlths' Imprisonm, nt, but the IMayor obervced that the bench did not think there was Aulliicint evidence to war rant the ordering him a flnogging. THRcOWINeG STOSES.--A youth named ...corge O rown wsas summoned for throwing stona . He was alleged, by o girl namnsl Saush Fitzgerahld to lhevedisclmrged a stone from a shangluos, and a~t?scknscgeutlemlan, wehilC alAbost: immnedlately-"ifter'ards he bI ad anothcr shot and nearly alruck?Mr. Nlthaniiel Levi, J.P. The offence was otatol to have been committedl at the cor nor of High-street and Charmwosd.grove, on the Ilth inst., bu...
MONDAY, APRIL 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889
MONDAY, APRIL 28. feforc Dr. Fctherston and Messrs. Dixon. Elliott, Finlay, Kilpatrick, Mitchell andrt Sy~e, J's.t'. AN IlrposTon.-WViliami Forbeo, a young man,.was sent to gaol for three months for enden;orngto scucnre two jic;ets from Mr. J. W. Road, by represonting that he had been autiorised to ordnler them by his em ployer. VAoRANCY.-Alex. Cnruikshank, a dilapi dated looking vagrant, wans sCut to p)rion for six months for having no visible lawful mens of support. UNCLEAN- PriEMisE;u.Samuel Walker, Sthe onaer of premises situateat the cornerof Wellington and St. David's streets, Windsor; summoned by thie local Ioarnl of Hralti for keeping his place in an unclean condi tion.' Tli' yarn and outhouse attachedl to the premirs were describerd as being in a filthy and disgusting condition; but, in consequence of a flaw in the wounling of the summons, the gaso was dismissed, with ls. costs. MAINTENANCE ArrrEARS.- Murmay rpcncer Woollett was sued by the clerk of petty sessions to show c...
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889
FOOTBALL. Football aud baseball h Lve Ial tllt in liogs together during the Easter holidays. The South Austmralian and Viectorian teams of baseballers played three mateites, and, to add to the interest, football match was a(lded to the programme on tlhe 0thi atd ?3rd ults. The South Autmtliauts woo too out of the three matches at basetrll. By an ilnadvertece, the reaport of thLt match against thie Iicehmond cltb on Easter Tuc-day was omitted in " makilg tip" last week's report. Tlhs we regret, inittulueh as it turnCedout a good wil for tihe " SaiUts," who were in spletdil ghoal-ihkiclng hutmor. Out of twiltil shots nti lesJ thlitititdti were pit thlrough?: Thie reutltvts a lit for tihe St. Kihia bIy ii goals 3 behindst to : bIcllinds. IRst Satunltay tie St.: Kilda Ihad nt after nioon's pltetiee with the Marltot club. Thei seniors t et previous to thle game, and elctell W. Loekett captain, anidl W. Stilfe vice.captain' ftr 'tle sea,?u. 11o&lt;. ihd charge ofI the junirioe, aa...
SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889
SPORTS' COLUMN. a.,ckE ., ,.,.,' . ' . ndi E "'? '?": . , ' ,.' ' .'IR O.O. With the montho Mayi football entera upon the scene, and cricketers enter upon well earned respite from the summer game Locallythe paDst hans ben avery successf ul nCeson, and th?.crispetvILU round, ias been of a fist-elass character.. The senior team of thts:diktrict,.wan considerably- strength ened by th inclrsion in its ranks of several good'men wcvoha'lil already won fame in other fields. Athohgst their victories was that over a strong team of the M.C.C., wehom, tibe Saints defeated ,byl.l fair ma jority-of sans. The:club is making strongll progrsis in othri dirichtlons, rind foremost in this respect' ri the itipioi?vdeient 'in their pretty gronds, which has been ma terialy altered in aspect. BIefore another seasone, it is anticipated that a:fino grand stand will have been erected, with all necesery sccdmrnolation for ijlayerl nil public. This will be a boon alike to tile cricket club and the footballers...
THE HALLAS RELIEF FUND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889
THE HALLAS RELIEF FUND CONCERT. The second event in connection with the Holls Relief Fund took place in tile l'rah. run Town-halol on Monday night; there was a fair attenutd ce, and the concert was greatly appreciated. We have no doubt wver it repooted, there would be a packed house. The band was heard to much better advantago thanat the Sundaypcrformance, thus showing the dilfference a rotuinda would make in our ganlens, grose being the worst thing po.sible for a balt to play on. The programme, unlike many others, was faith fully carried out, and appeared to give the utmost satisfatetion to all present, all the performers, iroth bandsmen, vocalists, and actors showiu g their best form. It openud witt the "Australlaii Natives' March" composed by Dr. Leger Erson, effectirvely playel by the Victorian Military hand, under the leadership of JMr. A. Short, and should become very lpopular with the Aus tralians. The Anglo Australian Hanld-bll Ilingers, after playing several well-known sele...