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MUNICIPAL NEWS. PRAHRAN COUNCIL MONDAY, MAY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 8 May 1889
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ALLEGED ROLL-STUFFING AT PRAHRAN. END OF THE CHAPTER. THE OFFICERS' COMMITTEES RECOMMENDATIONS. THAT NOTORIOUS WATER CAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 8 May 1889
ALLEGED ROLL-ST p N PRAHRAN. --- 1i EiND OF THECHAPTER; TIM OFF1ICES' COOk IITTiCn S·· REco31BIHNDAT[0`8" ,TI[AT N0T0It[IOUSp" W.1TEil SThe ofticrro corwiuttec of ll a cdoneiI to :Whomt tho .chargrý-, effcire,ýrofertfed-by-f, Mr~ v rccrctary, were referred, reie snlt of their investigation to tlb Monday evolong, os follows; That tIhe to'n clerk Ihaving erp! to flits committee ond fir. fol0lr .At l4t 1r)on0 tIre teeroleoojdo qu rt 1 Nt tiawaii,.hrhosellncc.Overc_ olllliltl fro mounicipal roll, yiorrnmmjttro oofk Urthat hiomplaeoe uto "3r tlhls rootter has not becon slnobomtttkl Pikt nooo bring ok r i j. lorticolaro .of ,to tis conmplint nmirre Dick, nod no evidence tin upport being fortheoming, 'Mr. I lavvi al).l willhrew the whole cuarge " That no evidencedwhatever heic temlered to your committee on that the chargo preferredl by Mr. avieon MIr. Itilcr, relating, to the olicith votes dliriig the houru he was' , be cngagctl.,in his duties s anoe. this corpomtioi, anil all refercth lny...
THE CONTRIBUTOR. COMMENTS ON EVENTS. "Satiro's my weapon, but I'm too discreet To run amuck and tilt at all I meet." [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 8 May 1889
THE CONTRIBUTOR. COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [SlY IIoitErlAo.J "Satiro's'my enanh, obut I'm too discreet To ntn amuck and tilt at all I meat." A good dcal of excitement was recently nugendered inconsequeone'of the republni can fullminations of eertain members of the A.N.A., but when we find thesedisloyal oentimcents reiterated Iy vice-royalty, one nlmst adnlit that " this broods some strange eruptionl to our Statle." Sir Hercules Robinson has just set the lritish Parlia oent on keenest edlgoe bytatigln a pub lic speech that a rcpublican government was the onlly one compatible with colonial interests. Such candlor is onlikely to meet with the approval of his royal mnis tress, and when Sir Hercules comes march ighomtne gcnin it will halrly be with the hearty Alnerican chorus. That there has been a miscarriage of jus tice in tile Cutler perjury case, which has hecome famlous fromI the grcat severity of the sentencesr opasSe upon five alleged pur jurers by 'Mr.. Juajico. Williams, is now painfu...
THE LADIES' COLUMN. AFTERNOON-TEA GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 8 May 1889
IHE LADIES' COLUMN. SFT F H ' A'OON. 1 GOSSI P. Sof lorce Little h eldaughter of Mr. It. T. Little ,, ,etoesllml," Saldringham, to Sof . Finlgy, second son of the nlate ohn I. ininy, oShirldy, Alma.road, St. oh lace on tihe "20th tilt. The So1, k f l Tike or, of South Yarra, neThe church was decorated with thytutheonulne and evergreens. iectt w.e gimac a way hy her h e crown of ivory white Sole aI broclde, n carried a lovely tof tt beone, anld maideo hair fern, m wreoath, and veil fuutenetl iauol star, the gift of the bride The britmal1stlol, Mini Edith te'toi, fliy Shackell, and Miss Snow. eore attirfl ill gowns of cremt surge oire, trilone with beaver made in rt iretyl, with hats of cream felt ostrich 'les ' They' all l ore dia - uand pearl lbSgles, and carried lovely etis, of, pale tink ros, with aotuntn a a01 maidela hair fern. All the , t frot al toe cstablishmelft of "Cl sieu l" i tW r r.t . 'i : Finblay cted'as best ln'ann and Mr. J. lay, and Mr. Fredmrick Littlewood Sasgroom...
FIRE AT SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 8 May 1889
FIRE AT SOUTH YARRA. A fire occurrted on \foluldy nf trjnooll ill Cuttag, situattel in 18 litlmunoratreet, South Yarrm, owned by the Itangrihlge lailding Society, lnd v tcu piCd by a sail naker aimed Robert Gtrna. Not'one was llthe house at the time, and the caune of the lire is unknown. The tHanes spread to he houset oi eitther idel, aunl No. it., a orick villa, owned by Mr. W1?.Witt, and occlipidl bly 31r. t. IWarren; woi slightly corched i onone ide. 'The kitcheu nal outents were totally destroyed, u?1 the furniture tas' cotniiderably damuageot by rater- nt-hlutlty removall.- On tho-other side was a weatlhurhboarl hplstu oyvudt b Mr. W. ?oluouln, and occnpia by Mr. Cha;s. Agg. 't:ih' ti;le" of this 'was 'severely ltunagd,. and the furniture injured by water andi hct. No. 1S was ins tured for £tt0, and No. 17 for £2tt in the Colonial Mlutual, but thie contenlstare' unillnured In each case.
NEW TOWN-HALL BUILDINGS, PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 8 May 1889
NEW TOWN-HALL BUILDINGS, , PRAHRAN. At the meeting oftlhe t'rhtran council on Molnday e?ening, the question of interior fittings mrltfurnishing of the new Town hall and ehatuibers won dealt' wvith. The Ilbuilding committee hao :ordnrde-Venetim blinds lfor all windows in the 'icw Town oha oll bilings riequiringlsame; it haIl liur s.hased .lhe carpets nol linoleumns, ?e., neceomcry for the council :choareoer, the (collmittee and mayor's toors, and lgive instruction for the decoration of the latter. The fittige acont furoitore iti tne rýig erorncil chainber' h re r iro being' pied in ip'sition anl it is hoped that the slmne will be in readiness for the'inext meetingof the coencil. The coriimoittee r?olv?l,after consultation with, the architect, to give in structions for wires and tubiog, to be it sertcl in the walls of tihe main hall, itn vie of the early intnoluctiotr of the electric light, 'onl theclock:fair in the tower is to be raised two feet higher than shown in the mtrafinfgs. T...
STRIKING ILE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 8 May 1889
STRIKING ILE. Irishmnu entered a Now York store, and handing a phlial to the at the counter, said; I aout the full of this bottle of her ile. low much will it be, sor?" Twenty.five cents." nwenty-five cents! Howly mour. i Pot show is there for a poor in this counthrys king the conundrum, thochrom p ".Will you have it filled ?" aitlh, i've only tin eints." h lW I'll put you up ten cents' 'Oh, ut I was tolud to git the Sit, so ias, an' that it wud f be tin eints.'" mnn put the phiul on the coun. niI custo..r scratched his head, ihra I say, is that the chapest e oly keep the heat, and have O?, hanti sotl ' chajiior h " got his otutlo file for his "tin
STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 8 May 1889
STAMP DUTIES. A Id. btalt, to sutticiit -for all chtlues, Ilo allatter what Il1e aml)olt dlilnwt.ll all) e; but ill thle eue of bills ofiexclhitge and prolimbsr ifote:, the dutiies ire fo Iert u lnled acconltlngto tho vatle of the doceu Ilent, as follows : Not .'eeeditig £25 ... 1. o Ixeeelillg £2i, ad not texced in g £ j ,d l ,. .. ' I s., tlxechlig £?it , and net execd.l ing £75 ... ... I1. 'd. Exceetding £73, and lrot.exncelt. ig£1O ?'... .. .... 2s.; Whlere it oxteels £t100 the feu will then 'be calculatevl at the lto of J. for every £?,1h) above that lllllut, or frametlioil thtrt of £50, The I.'it:r, ('it5y Irr'., referring ttl?. joralllll, ys:-" t, iga s etode a ptol start for the 'New Your, reuontill olt :ro bi. weekly, ia fact whtich llo pol well for its t :erit . , rt e t Rpasit. . TI? ih per tod iuto ikprovtal in ai ear cn ec, all its, conteits more than locally intereostin, Though ,ailreiltty i .thur, et ?y usiog sn;aller type, more rather tlh1, h, tless tne~o to tee tlat...
GIPSY CORONATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 8 May 1889
GIPSY CORONATION. -4-- o of the most picturesque cere s of gipsy life has just taken in Ohio. This ceremony con of the coronation of Matilda II. cen of the American Gipsies. gipsies in the States have been lled for many years by four ies - the Stanloys, Coopers, sons, and Jeffreys. These famil ent over from England in 1859. ey, known as Sugar Stanley, the pal member of the first-men family, was made king of all lbes. At his death his daughter r became the queen. Dying in she was succeeded by her sister, was proclaimed Matilda I, but oly lived to reign six years. The asion fell to Joannette, grand. ohter of King Sugar, who is suo bd hy Matilda, another grand. hter of King Sugar' Stihiley, accession is now being cole d. She is only 17 years old, is 5 7 in height, has a 'graceful , ad is a very interesting per. go. At hercoronation she wore a ilk dress; lher hair hung down ly behind, gathered in tho contre a erimson ribbon, which set off dark brown hair. Queen Matilda e absolute ruler ...
OUR PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 8 May 1889
U OUR PUZZLE BOX. In ouri . e oT co ly o the Tusle. l0.c will 1be rcumncd nas usual. the latu of tle illlullcllceliullelnt of our prize diotributiull ill onuuction with this depiurtment of tlid ipapIer, I?, fIn itr~l;ing licr, idl' as sererl of tle ucompetitors ar. pretty close, up ,9q thle prlucnt, there wilii, no doubt, ie u warm ppprt put on in order to scure the pries offered, which will be found very aluabl. lll lolllnncillg Itle Fth CCofnlI nrcnurd lant oreek wre omittled thtate that IRobert (iillsplie, Scotcl Culleoge, St. "Kilhda nXnwered thle Acrostic, Enigma, Soquare Worl, Charadle No. 2, nodI ConundirumIS Nos. I od: 3. 'lThe ansuoro were recCivul in tinie but were anccidently oerlookchl. == .. . . i
ENJOYING A HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 8 May 1889
ENJOYING A HOLIDAY. A bathinig-woman and her brother, belonging to a well-known, watiring place, thought they would treat them aelves to a holiday and take a trip to London-where they had never been -to see some of the wondious sights of the great metropolis. So they seized the opportunity when there was a cheap day excursion running; but on arriving at London, Bridge station they were so bewildered, not toiisy terrified, by the, to themn, un usual bustle going on around them, that they were afraid to venture out of the station. Nor lid they, for they sat in the station the whole of the day! And that's how they saw the " sights of London " and enjoyed their holiday ! heedless to; say, they were, most unimercifilly chalffed by their friends on reaching home; on relating the result of their trip. This is a faet.
TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES IN THE 16th CENTURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 8 May 1889
TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES IN THE 16th CENTURY. -- C--- The various laws which were fre. quently enacted in the 15th and 16th centuries to check drunkenness, or at least "immoderate drinking of wine and spirits, proved utterly abortive, owing to the social lifo of the Middle Ages, which "ias chiefly 'basoed upon gua ng. Charlemagne himself was obliged to·'orderi thant the '.counts nd mar.' graves should at least be sober when sitting in the courts of justice, while the German Emperors were at their coronation ceremony asked "whether they promise, by the help of God, to lead a sober lifd.!!; Indeed, all the laws and regulations of the 16th con tury were mainly directed against drunkenneas, but not against drinking. Even Luther was no enemy to wine. Witness the.large goblet (still extant at Nuremberg), which he presented to his friend Jonas. A temperance society was at last foiried 'by' the' aristocracy, and 'the following were among the rules : 1. To'drinkdailyonily fourteen cups of wine. ...
A PERSISTENT PUBLICAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 8 May 1889
A PERSISTENT PUBLICAN. ---,4.---- At the sittings of the Licensing Court in December last Mr. Wm. Fitzhenry, of St. Kilda, applied for a conditional certificate for a victualler's license for a house at the corner of Glenferrie-roaid end Valette-street, Malvern. The application was heard before the Court on December 11, when Mr.' Donovan appeared for the applicant, and, there being no objec. tion, the Court granted the application. Afterwards application was made to the Court, under section 41 of the statute, to rehear the application, and notice of this was given to Mr. Fitz henry. The case was reheard on December 2B. Objections were taken to the rehearing on the ground that there was no power to rehear the ap plication after it had been granted; that this was not "a cause or matter" within section 41, giving the Court jurisdictin 'to. rehear,, and that the order for rehearing was bad, inasmuch as it did not state the grounds on which it was granted. The licensing justices overrule...
INTOLERABLY LONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 8 May 1889
SINTOLERABLY LONG. A young' clergyman, receiving a visit from his rather clerical father, treated him tooa rather long sermon at the Sunday morning service.' " What'did you think of my sermon this morning, father ?" he asked his reverend pareut at the dinner table on their return home. " Intolerably long, my son. I wouldn't blame any parishioner for going to sleepovor such an affliction." "That's what I thought when you first preached it, father. I dug itup out of your barrel this morning."
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
A ltIEIARiKABll I CASE. --4----.-. I III d.r tbe al-te h-lbi thie Doncaster OReorltr, = , uly6t, 117,7 pubishezs ti. followigh i Its. dtoia umus. Our reader, mai. recall the circumstances Of a young clcrlt, uaned Arthur lichohld allin'g inscnsible on the Wheatley Lanle inl tli.? town some time ago, smol tig picked Il) as he cont" uell I rfcctly hclple , aml/ t.:clI ill a cab by two gentlemeo to the ltice of Fo W. tisher, Esq., the olicitor ow o emlployed hilt. Oil restoritng hin to onsc ousli:-s it was ascertained le was dllictet wiith what seemel d to be all incur able dliseoC. When he was able to speak lie aid he had been to his linller nild was in lhs wary back to his work, whcll .uul dluly his hied was in a whirl altl he fell in tile street like mau wl ho is knockedct towt. o01 cotifg to his senses il tie rolicitor's office be thought wrhat-tlhls'might ellan, alll feared lie wts goitng to ha'e It tit of 1iltoc., r wbl ore all u llOt., it a very dread ful thing for a p1))r lmit w...
BANQUET TO SAMUEL WILLIS, ESQ., J.P. A BRILLIANT GATHERING. THOROUGHLY REPRESENTATIVE OF PRAHRAN. ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION OF "OUR GUEST." "BUMPERS OF GOLD TOP." A PRONOUNCED SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
BANQUET TO SAMUEL WILLIS, ESQ., J.P. - t A BR[ILL IANT GATIHERI1NG. TIIORIOUGIILy REIPIESENTATIVE OF I'IAIIRAN. ENTHIIUSIASTIC lIIICEIPTION OF "OU G(IUEST." " IUMPEIIS OF GOLD) TOP." --4---- A PRONOUNCI ED SUCCESS. A very large, rcpresentotive, and eniithu siastic asnemblage wae that which did honor to ea sterlingman nad citizen atti banquet. ing table in tile 'Prahman Town-halll on Thlrriay evening. It must have been , most pliasing incildet in tihe life of Mr. Sameel Willis--thi gaiheringof the clans- this awsemblage around lil of illnmc?ne s fac~. several of whoie OrIwers had sinC tile lifties fought alonlgide of him,shoallcr to shoulher, in the battle of life. There were congregated aroulnd the fcelive boardl a number of ol ildetitieis--lad-mark ofe Prahran, if we may ie pardond for uin,. such a ter--who IlId known tih guesolt of the cvceing from his icyhoodi. Ili tih year 183, Mair. Samuel Willis came t, I'leraLc; whiclh thellC was almnwst il : of primnmalism. \VWattle anol til...
AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
AS WE GO TO PRESS. 'Ile trlthn council ilvite tetlrers ls. ,ohtr: for works ill Oxfoni-strct nd t(ooyong.mroad. Consumel r of firewood wrrouhl do well to prase Mir. I). Chambers' ldvertisemnot, ipprling clsewhro Inlt this Isule. A rml locomlic altl fanytl-retrs skating rlvl ianaoutccd to take place or Tlohuraslay cvcnilag next, in tihe 11iltaor Pahlac Elite iltok, 'Utapel-strect. The mnllager has inLId ma attractive lt o "ir. t. tallctalready ttinds it nece-ery to rxteol tie prearmiss lately erected by hint as a furniture warehouse in o igh-strect. te observe tha;t the addition nows in outrse of creetioo double the soolge and selhow s"ltaoa t tro-,tat asl l ti dtis sat. ,asslctllent restlaurmist has 1,ete opcnedl by Mr. Kaiser, it ttigh.-treet, St. Kilha. A meetitgof tIe City of PItratra lhwl iag Cl tt will be tehl at .Jackt o's P' hranlrs h atel ton Tslhatshl sext, Itih injt. alt 8.1t0 o'clock. la atvrrtisoeent stapars else Itlwport of the St. Kilhl;t deputation to the T'umway comp...
CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
CAULF|E|,D. [PROin OUIO Ow COILInLtrI'SItONENT.] WVhW n wlll1 the local courecillors betir thelm.uclves nlaul have nece-.sary improve lcnts mnle in th ucastern portion of the dhire! .Ionths and months ago they de c.'ided to invite the Oaklcigh codicil to s.ntist tl?mln to itke a pittcht d crosintg at tile ittersectiolt o \VWarragul and l i.ttlte nong roild, across \Warrtgul-rotlt, on the solth side of I):ndcnoll-tgrd, andil Syet nothing has beIt done. Winter is on uS again, mlt i elll i ater is tho be \wiIed tthroutgh, nill at otllll of tile dilateorilee of otur reprsenltiativre. SYet tltthiter-a tlaitl is nry mI rnch l ,edie lt the jtunction i tile Neclrli taIIi I)anlidellollg nads. Thie lamps we hvre require beItter attention; somte tights you itll jutst see thLt Lthere i ai light, antil titlt oltly whelt you trie lnot \cry ftir rettlOCedi from the linlp-lpost. tSurcel our rellr'senl ttiets c.tn se thelltle tliigs. If tiley cl lot, theig by all g mttttns it n Augustxtnext let soml...
DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLIIGil. [IROM. OUhR OWN COIJ~EIPO~DG)INT.] There is to Io nill c~rl;illlllellt il lie M[chlanics' Institute on 5[Morhly, the 1'lth inst. in connectiLo with the Oakleigh Mutu,,Ia ?,.l hu .cnent, so ciey.,+ e, lo +n!!l pimragl"mme hlils beclu pnrvided, and as the? allminionl is, adldts Is., childrn ill., thtan: .should be a large gathcring.
THE HEALTH PROSECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
TIHE EIIIALTHI PROSECUTIONS. St,--We desire to expre?- our dissEtis faction at tile actio of MIr. Rider, the in jlecter of nuisances, at the unfair way ill which he slummolled anld got us fined at the local court for havittg, as he alleged, dlirty premisee. We think it unfairn ld Illljllt that thf e eactions shoul hae beenc "'tole" oil us withot thle elighteset warn ieg.by poster or ,htcrwise feeim the coruetil or inspecotr, we. rc~pcctflly coenuend mou Croc. te tithe considemti, of tIle cotuncil. -Yoret , ?e., 31. A. IDIrIatt, A. .3. ROSS, ft. II. (RoS' tiILt, .1. I. LItND, A. DOIfAhlat. Chapel-street.