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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. FRAHRAJII[U~t'1 PUILISI:l IEDS th liONtie Sll S EDN} S1ATS AND SATURDAYS. I.t?.c~l v. rcsohltionl mI 1678? in Prtvr oln Ila )ll postall ettIzro u ll \ictor l, s s t s t ,l ?nrl I81cu acted upo,,. - r toh t r Ki m M;la cothi e ii.A\ ,,st,' 187. Hr h:I,1 Ilot preriollyh h I bea t at th1e culcil 1.dle. IlN.I(l-rJ? er i, f.IIUl)uS. I' Fle'nwt: tt F~i:1LI. let usl Illo?e onl; It every steli of tlhonllt or work be Irlrcl o1| ?nu?:: ?III}:nrYIIIP rvaIcl: M P.ohal~l wYe IUe,· 11e 01ot . rials oai e r?l'a as of timle."· S, 77 . 1],T''D.II'?,11,1 11.15s9n.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. SAVINGS BANK FOR SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
LETTERST~O THE EDITOR. HAVINGS IlANK lOlR SOUTH YAllltA. 'lr,--I wohlt like to drmw yourattcutio to what I tlhink woutl prove a great boon to the young, namely, i sarvings Ialk ill outh Yarrm, nlear the corner of Chapel street nld Toorak-road. As it is we ihave onlyonre in the city, no that men iand especially youths have to walk or ride a long way to the one i Windslor on Saturnlay evenitlngs to put iaway a felw shillings, andi very often tlhey meet friends with whom they stop to have a chat or pop into the Coloee Palace to have a glame of billiards. OQe glame leadsto allotheor, anid thlel tile intenditg invetooti fled it is t ) o'clock, the Ibank lotedt, ando that their money has been wasted. I may state tile Coffee Palace billiard rooms are tihe grleatet Cvil we have in our midt. A youthl whio has this exper ienco often lbecomes dishealrtened ando niver troiirles ailly mlore to ?,voe. If we had a bank at tilhe pllaec ablove stated tile working colao cohl ldeposrit a few lshilliln...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
it1 are pleased to observe that tile Prahrni council are determin!ed uapn taking vigorous action against owners and occupiers of insanitary premises, but our appronval of the Imunicipali authlorities' aetion il thlis matter is not an umiaslilled one. It is very essential that thellenlih of the somimsinty should be preserved, and that all the rigour of thIe liss should ie .exercisied to oinpel thie Ipresee"ation of oood salnitstion; Ibut, uofortuniistly, the 1rsllhrans council sulnnlolls the raltepayers, ianld lhave thlcni fined it our piolice court, for oifencees ishose s dnissi'on isrirniaril hribul aljlhto ihec cb mplainiot eorporation, aid ifs'ta .t;oh defentil.t ratdpayrs. ' Tlhereo were several cases heard aund dealt with i thei'l'o 'raiiranl police cort last Tiursr. dai, lid ill the nmajority of instances the allegedt, slolhiprlits were ited for having, or for allowing to renlain, upon tlheir fromiso.', defebtivd isighlt-pans. Tli.ecaotlnpil.sir, fist are respolisiblo for tse ...
ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, MAY 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
ST. KII.,\ COURT. Tut?UD?r, MA' ]0. BefIore the Mayor, and Mr. Noolan, J.P. DI:nIT O trH.--7I. Mlctoweli v. (IGeorge Reader, work alnd labor, £!1 138 ;d ; verdict for £7 18s. Thomls 'ensmnn v.J.Thsouss, goods £ is; ornlder for L£5 wilthout costs. A VIltAGO.- - lalltah lynes a well knowsl authority onr obcene lnguosge, was sutmlo esd by hIueeh Tuck anid Mery Spottlswood for insultilng w.rds, and obscen clanguelgc. ItltenInah failed to nppcar and a warraut wos issued for her arrest.
MUNICIPAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
MUNICIPAL MEMS. The tltfortunlate dismantlement of the Town-hallo ee; Is caro ed a great dlneal of annoyaice to our worthy citizens. To remedy thm evil, Sydney tlarris, just netr the Toheu-h ell, r-iil cool:enoto them by selliog at aol onosully low price, Int] "'Merikao" kloks from is. id. glmmtCIecd. Note tho Noo!bhe--i9.
PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
PARS PITHILY PUT. Our San. W. W, W. Our illustratiuon. Snluudy traius doomed. " Ill tIu brnircklrs." : :. \Willi baulet a big succc . St. Kiia v. N. Mellbourne to-day. •Jimm wo" Scott. L.OU.--ot 3M.L.A. Annual liquor bill for ViciiHriu ?5,oiu10OIOi. 'The "Saints" visit T'ulsanllii this i lsoll. Water cart nou ci oni Thuriil.y evening. Itlvoy Dillon ald tle lrnry arw at war fri mu. Land boom cliouds .id to u e clearing away. St. Kila railway oliceneCd, 13thll May, Windsor railtway di.?tcr two years ago, to-day.., ' : 1" ' : :' - , " . l'rahln clock tower to be 1311 feet high, New P'alhmn T'owrtnt-hll baiding are epproaching completion. et.hfilic hallt !etittg laIt cveenitg. llRe: port ill WVedtelniny'sse. The c*nt of the season--M.r. W. Ileath'. blll on Queen'S bi'thlight. lall.kceper Laecey is tprovided with :luarteriin the ilew t lue ing. Art ileriy necloll dtiollI pIrovidedl ill the new Town-hell Pmhll. A..Navhings lenk sugge?ted for South Yarm--now thell, Mr. Alnjp. Ihec 'Thrce )...
POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 9th. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
POLICE NEWS. PRAH1LAN COURT. ---4-- .... TIURIISDI'AY, MAY 1ith. llefore lthe mayor (31Mr. II. Omelllt), cnol Messrs. Willilm Witt, J. Iliarris, ,htc. Filnlay, lmd J. (i. Hlornblhwer, l]soP. NEGLECTEDI CIII[LlDRI:- . - A lllll lnmed Riley ppliedI for, State asistanllce for her four chlilllrco, a site wais ulnable to intin them. The clhihhllen were coin. mittel to tthe IleIartmenet fIer nIeglectll chillrenl, nlll1o b bl?oanlcled w1ith their mother.e I., .:.. "L,.IS.- PRLETI:SCEi-.-A youlln. folhkw nmlleed . .Jolles we, procceded n-glont el s tlltons y 'bl1T0.. Sltlclife feul oltllilning 311 ?ilder fl$ se pretence-. It lppes nec cusedl boughlt a bicycle oln tllnle paymllenlt fr1ont a MrII. I. IlC. glt, of Melbournel, ilad it wal allegedll tlhalt before hlehadllllcoillplleted thile purchasIL e lIe so1l the Illclhine to Sut clife. ln~got d111i not iappealr 1o give evi dlelle, ltllld aI wrrlllLt was i~ellld to collllel his attendance. The caie wasNdjournedl to the 11111h i111t. LeAVINfel...
USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
USEFUL HINTS. BUoy your cheque-books with the stamps mpre'sced. Never sign anything without lookin?g first to see if it be properly stamped. Remember, the flirst person who executes any instrument is reeponsibhltfor afixing and cancelling the stamp. Do not forgetthat the date, as well as the initials or signature, must he written on the stamp. (ln~ av.e'all your printed rreceipts.stampCd ready for use. Letters acknowledging payment of any sam of £5 or over by draft or cheqoue nmut payl duty. 'Penalties maoy be recovered summarily before two justicesr, and the Minister rmay allow a portio lof the amount to go to an itolcor. Look carefully at your deeds. One error may ilvalidate ac important tansaction. If several coshlcermtions are expresced in o le documnent, you must pay on each separetely. Do not let bills reu too long : keep tlem under £5.
OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. THIRD SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. T'0-MORIIo\\ 'S SI';I O F?. o-o Ir?Ld tI ' : \LI lIo . loc i cad lrct t. ., Itr as f ollor\n: +hl, II S?IH T ( IIUIICII." IIIi.Kh+,- . ~ ~ iltg atnd e t' oin-- A. Wi . CrweIt, M1I.\. Soltis H R St. t K~o.-.Msdo Oll-M liting TA. Is';. U llolll tb'yllll j. I+CY . l" I /l&lt;:l I Cr?, ]"I l oha- 1? ;, n even ing,-t I 'v. I. 'or L. - Iac te,. PItAllt i N It APTIST (Is llt-r: I t , Cectil iltct, --torlli n evId i n tlog-Ityv. J. J. Sh,,.d?l zloie. Wh11 CIll ulnII .1 III)IR T C'LIUIIaII, ltogerx ; cvet ilg,-lr Ittr. . llettli t. IlorA . CI o ( ? it''p lloI I ?[lll VI?IlII" rolll --MI )r itl 1ti/lll1 rv¥+211111g They dlon'l , eem to( p)ay much resectt to he re('uins of greCt men. Here ir what ve care written outside r secodlul- ead ook. vellers' shol:- 'L.ord lianroe Iteu~urin, oligilal arn in goan colneitioln, 12. hid.; lightlly wul'om.cateln, in."
IN THE STREETS OF PEKIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
IN THE~ STREETS OF PEKIN. Noisy and bustling, for cobblers and blacksmiths work out of doors, himn. mering and tapping; but:the funnilesnt thing is to see harbers in the open air shaving lheadsl atnd plaiting tails as gnrave as judges, while the customoers sit about waiting for their turn, per. haps playing at n kind of battledore and shuttlecock; for grown proplr play at this game, only instedl of a battledore they use their foeet, andl it is great fun to see these long-toiled playnrs bobbing obont in the open streets, sonmetimes running up ugtinst the beggars, who go about in bands, somn of bilnd men,?1 uthtlsy, all eiples.
MARK TWAIN'S COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
MARK TWAIN'S COURTSHIP. Mark Twain, if he is in the mood (stys the New York aoil and Express), will tell the story of his own courtship in a manner worthy of the greatest of living humorists. WVhen lie first met 'the "lady who afterwards Theeame his wife he was not so distinguished as now; his origin was humble, and fior some years of his life lie hilhad been a pilot on the Mississippi River. The future MIrs. Clemens was a woman of iposition and fortune. HIter;father was r judge, who donbtless expected S'family" andil social importance in his son.in-law. Clemens, however, be ,ame interested in ;his daughter, and after a while proposed, but was re jected. " Well," he said to the lady, "I didn't much believe you'd have me, but I thought I'd try." After a while hie "tried" again, with the same result, and then re. marked;liwith his celhbrdted d1riwl, "I think a great deal more of you than if .you': sail:·t Ys,' but it's halrdl to bear." A thirl time hlie met with lbetter fortne, and th...
TEMPERANCE NOTES. SAYINGS OF SIR WILFRID LAWSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
fWPEMA1CE-NOTES. SAYINGS Op SsIR WILRID LAWSO?,. Someone made a speech in Scotnhmd not long siiio,ihild 6i?1ased an extra ordinary scheme to meet tile matter. ver one-now- hIad their remedy. for the e •il. -TW oehetas ~iopooediwa?s that not tihe people who sold, but the people who drank, should be licensed. But, then, this difficulty appeared, they would have to license them for certain quantities They would have to ,ring men up before the bench, and give them a certain omount to seehbow niiictlthey could careynT. There 0ould tkn·.l the one-bottle men, two.bottle men, and three-bottle n. They laughed ; it was just as rattnul "i, thle prcsent system. In fact, under the ingeaious system pro posedl, they would want for men what Mr. Plimsoll wanted for ships a load line for every mali.' I am ofraid that in good times peoplo drink more than cevei}lbado i'me!s. I remember the tale of an Irishman who was brought up for drunkenness. In roil?yttheh iuagistmrte, he said in excuse, "The foet w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
Drapers and Clothler. •~ .?. PRAHRAN. ..".?ii? .. :. I i A .C. ) . Mercers and Tailors. .HLLIhXEtY, ,ADlSA .hl. MILLIERY N~uDRSS11KING ttfi~ bu,~neis of· Uher pirclIccsra,' t~?Ic m..UjOHc tiwc ]nlud' flQlintitf , , . . .. ? -,? +,.? ,+,T :l++ti:l 'l :!' ;.... ... ..... · i ,+: ·. +,i,? ' +.·r t 'iTo ahlchiove this tle.irbn p onel)le O+" :J C. o. coguiio+' fine t 'thin'idr id'libl bneo'b'19r2)to GENUINE GOODS :, s t ' ·At Stricktly i ,IIIH· · I~~nn. -,o : ++?)'l q M o d e' 'at'e'P ii e s, A1i pay .tlhe utllost atttiontl t!o the re quirements uof ttir Cotstomers, thus not , ,_'onlyto .. " DESERVI- D T. IT :O .O b..Ii|I O. bi[, d .i" ;. :'*.V, IW(V .'.f .".O C6·w;'ili baold' a . ..-., ? . -rl ;. .·...·... .,;,* -.., ....,..1 ;,.;;: ;:! MONSTER SA'LE.-I" , , , , .:I .: Fdab 14 Dna~· 0?Frx -O-) I',rdil !:iJL .H .M Commencing This Dag5( ;. ,.. ,.. . ".., f.- ii;,;?; TiIIE STOOl' OF. TiEl LATE,.FIRM . -L il ... . . L -'t .; -Id E .... wia ? ,?,f .):'f,·. ,,; · : ! ,. , · o ._ ·I ; . .,,-, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
Banklng Institutions. SNATIONAt LAANK OF AUS TEALASIA. COlijal SubsAri~d, £1,2o,oO. Paildup, £il,0.o0o. Rseod Funds, £670,S0. €aerrs Liability or 1c_.holder, £1,50,000. PnEAIIRAN URANCIIH Chapel SLret. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. e;& an ,ed on Engl-?"p rmlwld, snotleus, and dlIb th Knk'n Dnuelss andl Agalefc s thlrough= at theWorld. H. I. ENGLAND, Mannger. a NATIONAL BIAIK OF AUSTRALASIA. Capital Su18 rlld, £i ,l5o. . hd..,ur, £1,1 100,0. Rsserro FtL|, C70.000. lrve liability o. SIhn'e___ol,.,rn, £t,,ISI.I0. ST. KILDA BRANCH. ier of EghIh-strt snd WellinDsonstreOt,. r Dat e o It .r A nllowRel on Moey GORDtEd Ur DAed Enricrs. s Is L;+,e oa: mm~txutl, troln,+,l 8ctload.u~tm :ftllnks }ruhel slld Agmlasies throughout GiORDON tr. nA'?E, "?nnnge,, ME NATIONAL DANK OF AU-S. TIALASIAo. Calpitl Sa ltsritu l, ?'1,O0p0 ,, IwPal-us £ 0,000. eervyed Fnds, L£670,0?0. .erve LiAilit7 oS Shareholders, 01,500,050. BALACLAVA RANOCII Carliale Street. i-T?REST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. lt, ?sd on ~...
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 11 May 1889
To CORRESPONDENTS.AND OTHERS. ·LI.,, SThin Jotlrurl is pubilishledo 'Wedllelcryl 11I1Il ..?turdlyu~ orninga, anrd lnay Ir: obtained rnI all 11 by I,. Thle *IuIlsril~lionl r* onel trlmls lcr n?,y~--secvn hlillills pcr.alulmu--uizx0 shillirsl?>a *llcd.• To islre their ilItrtiur ' and to adudl ?,I .rle r chmiflaritioa, aclrertisemnclll shloilhl rech Il htllt ollc Iy . ix o'ch.ck-. on 3Tomhtys IIlld • hn~raday~s. ?pcinl anlverliselaellt s received pI to fiVPlhm.-qn 'l sbLys)· ond Fldays.. SulI cri I?,r l my receive' ttle ").. ?,jrI . l ie, kr ireml hrl, y are re. uet,_l to It hfy stle ,a ti s o io nr order tllmt tlle ncouven encellr Ilny L -21IInlied. Adrertihdr?-'nre. remrillh~l that all inltnlE. tionsu i'efrringq t the withdr.?wal~of n~lvertire. ,xents, etc., I1IIImt be ilI wl~iti~l)Y ns Verll Iotice·s CIIIIt 14 IlttEllded to. ]?ttcr s am olhur cmuulsaitcltio.? iltelxdt~d for illaertioll ill tile 1,cws cahunnsJ shouhll be nddrrlrse to The EUtor. No nlotie iciol be· Lken of iXllllb*...