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PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
PARS PITHILY PUT. Potatoes droppedl £9 a toll. Elleetiou campaigt fairly opeeCd. The election---candidaltes getting very civil. Let's-take-a.rnul-to-the-seaside- Weather lately. First express trmin to Adelaile, Ilth January, 1887. Telders for iew Victorian loan to bu olited oni Tueilay. Thd Ellmore Rflte Club potsesei a Chinan mani amongst its members. Tile Melbourne Hunt Clubl haslurellta cd tWclty red deer from Lord Derbly. The Melbourne Cricket Club lost £13500 by terilging tile last team of Eiglish cricketers out here. Tile Sydney city rate for 188 hlas been fixed at It. Gd. It the £, with a oseemge rate of 6d. in the £. l)r. M'lnerney hbs bcet adjudged to he a coloiil produlctiolt after all. Another in .justice to Ouldl Ireland. The Douall E.preea has issued a calen dar for 9881-the staff has eitce joined the local blue-ribbeo, army. Thomnas O'Colnell, an oll lEudigonian, dint on Tucdray at tile agc of 102 years, l\aving a widow aged 10:i. The Roev. Dr. lek preachesl at St. Geo...
OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. SECOND SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
OURI!LOCAL CHURCHEgS. TO-3IOLRllOW'S SERVICES. sECOND SUNDAY.AFTER EPIPHANY. The preachers ill tile undlermentioned local churehes to-morrow ard as folowr : Ar?L SAINTS' CuUICIu, St. Kildai - More ing and evcning COIIIIST CIHUR1tI, St. Kilta-3-ercinrg and evening, RIe. J. Staniley Low. ST. G(IEORGE'S I'RESTBYTEIAS CHUIOCH, Earst St. SKilda--Morniag adl evening,, Rler. T.' E: Ick, M.A. ST. MAITIS'S CIIUIcLII, Hlawksburn - Morning anl evening Sr. GEORGE'S CilRCHl, Malvrll--M1ern. " Di.ind evening, lev. C. J. Gldby, M.A. IPRAIIlAN BAPTIST CH tlURCI, Cecil P'lace. -Morning mn evening, 1iev. J. J. [e iek ; '' eee "Ie. '1' IlItIhE CRIsTIAsN ?IETIIODIST CIUItCIt, East Prahran - Mornig, iev. A. RogerM; evesIiing, ev..RE. Cmdldock.
CATHARTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
CATICARTICS. -t Manynpeople, and rightly too In. mony intntccs. beliett that the oat of catliartice is harmnfnl, and that if once commences they must always be continued. Such are not thle facts, however, o far. as Warner'e safe pills are concerned. They are very gentle in action, do not gripe, are entliely vegetable, and can.be taken without dis. comfort, teing suoar-cooted. These pille ore cspeihally, preparcd to sct in conjunct ioul stil Wuener's safe cure a nd-netler ofe remliei, and other pille will notanswer a well. foetfact, other cathanrtics might en tirely neutrallze the groal effects of thi liquid s?lfe reslnedics. \s Soon as Warner's safe cure and safe pills have rcmoved tihe waste matter from the bhls, anl re?tored the kidlneys asnd liver to natural action, nat?re wilt. supPly tee n;eedd Catiartice, bile, In sufficient quantity, and the ILe oft HIe pills c(an bediieontintcd. Unleas the bowles oeat leat once a day nature rhaull not be aciel by the safet piilt, as without ...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. SUGGESTION FOR THE "OZONE." [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
LETTERS TO TE DITOR. BUGGESTION FOR TOE .iOZONt." -4- ---L_ Slin,-As a frequent patron of thie Iopular treamer " Ozonc," I would like to oint out ait itcunvcnicncc the plice are ilulcr, tie remlcdytog of which would gratly add to the comfortof pleasure-seekers, and still fur. ther lolulariso thin spilcedidstoat lcomro I refer to tile absence of convenieice for those tho require refrcshmontcti 'tl ho chaol of ten, coffec, c . Of coi?m, thrcre its nmpl provision mtndo in tihe dihihg :a-oo, but them aremanny debrred thi, tlumrr--both from lack of fiuatmic ul acc mobdility to stowr away 2. Gd. 'rth on a rca-sick stomach. At preoent, ptslsnogur rcquiring a cup of tel are forbidden to take it in the sIloon, but must iliink it on deck, and amongst the crowd, at grcat inicou. vceicncc. Could not arrangcllcntc he ?al-.+ t~lrzrcfrroIe~g: jq0. t iAknt :or h a ,t,··· I't tcmlmra~ry Co tittc++rcctcd give grcmat.tisfactlon if adopted. Your., etc., St. Kihiln,c U 17ith Janiuurr, 1889.
POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. THURSDAY, 17th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
POLICE NEWS. ! ---?-- - T"ltunSDAY, 17th JANUAIrY. Icfore the "Mayor, and Meuts. "Illtty, Sykes, Arkle, Harris, FielsIny, nad Kosky, J's.P. IlowDYlIs.-He'-s Harris andl Ellen Msncha were chargedlwith insulting be. asviolr, nmld with sring bad lanbguage. A line of £1 each was imposed, in default, neven days' imprisonment. ODScENu LAnGoAGE.-l Frderick Slne was charged with making use of obscene language, anl fined 40s. Patric.k Hogan was ealeds for a similar offence. As he dlisobeyed the esllnlons a wLrrant ,swa onlcred to be inuedl for his arrest. DEBTS.-1Florencc Poole v. F. ehceler, wnges, 16is.; II. H. Speary v. H. Radclfle £4 12u.; Maddock anld Johnston v. Hcnry Croussley, moncy lent, £7 as. Ihl.; ;Jno. Lawson v. Charles HIas?elman, rent,' Isc; Charl?s Moodly v. ' . Selby, work, as, Orders were mndo for the amounts, withI
CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
- L What is the difference btwconao.wcll worn foarpocnny piece and a hailf.a.crowcl 2. Why is Ireland likhely to grow rich? Answcrs.--l. Twuo slillitogs ando' Iwo pe~nce. . - ., o.- llcacouct., ctapital tis always doublioig CpubHn?. ,,,. :?, ? , . Aoswcrthav cherrccoivcdoottow Florence Purscell;' olitli Yarri'; F. Cur lewis, Ilobe-sticet, St: Kilda; and R. Gil Iclspic, Scotch College, St. Kiilda, ihave answc.ere the" entMl iwisttorict l sc nc, single acsrtic, cliangcrt :words; and both conuidru ol. 2nltl : Ill, Blcuhcim-otreret Bnlelava; J. Morgan; South Yarm--Single acrostic, changed words, anl both coenundrums. : :Rachll( "Finlay,:.Yilliamus-road,~fVindor ; Alan G. S. lloberton,, Williams-roadi, Windsor-Mcntal hisitorical scene,: ringle acrostic, oand conunrtum No. 2. a;. Y'Ctltttl r kr , Percy-strect-Chainged wonrs, conundrum No. 2. itNiolet. ?lloyiiry, iAlfrets'trrct;rldge Lawn; Lily Walker, Moore-street, South Ynrmr; J. Herd, Elstori?rick; L. Stabb, Lcrwisham-rol , Windsor--Sin...
OUR BI-WEEKLY SERIES. NEWSPAPER AMENITY. AS OTHERS SEE US. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
OUR BI-WEEKLY SERIES. NEW~SPAPER AMENITY. AS OTIHEIiS HEE US. i We have to thank oar contempnoraries i tie various coloniesfor tile very 'flattering notices given in reagotl to the recent changeo madein the itnae of this joun?l, ond the kindly wishe. exprelm?l for the ,uccee of the enterprise. In every cate the olpiitna regarnling the appelarance hod literary style of the paper is warmly eulogised, as will Ie seen by a few aped. mlls allpedetl : TIE KADINA AND WALtARO0 TIatto (oOUTH AUSTRALIA.) "The reprefcentatite o et?paper af the importont hubarbt of at'rh tote nldt St. ifilat .. The ltaper im lahels of gy is werll alvcrti??l, and eemac to be nl ex. cellent property." TIHE C~AMPllIELtTOWo |0ERA0l, (y.)i "'The vJ-i.y ca tollolnl poaer, fmndi paic"al point of view, we tve lieer ce seen published oat of the metrolta lise. Each page ottais niilae col~atn, the tylte i nifl)nlln, anid tile ndvertifoeents teae been set up wi ith rettmarkably ,goo i taste." COlrOWA (.S.aW.) FREo PRotSR. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
Hose-ifurishsers, eto. TULLCOCH S ?..- .. . . . . PUROITUE, aEDo oDS BEDDmiN CA.rrr LtODLEUMS, So, GREATLY REDUCED RICES I Lr H an CO. flAbBTIESD,,,Sohlogoood thnoao Olut t5o O0n HZ mll o ro tfol~orithod oSl olao2 l MLodpiel5sewohere..s'I.. , s I .l re n rc1 tO seUppl a t B?uStable s)oon rith every. deecrippoub olurniturs ou the lo low. iuooLhbeoolToesrms --".: .,-. . .:" 8o.-orstOvph- bl?yob e .d-per weok £:10 ,, ,, 4s. 0. ,, 12 ,, ,, s.lOd. £15 ,, ,, 6S. 02. , £5 ,, ,, 7s.,. ,, 10s.Od. 0 . ,, ,, 15a.02o. o3 ,, , o, LL , 0 , ..... TILOC nd CO., FUIINITUBE WAREHOUSE, ..,t490.. """ SOUT~oonoo (oppoyItS'S"OSIAlplO.) * OUTH YABRA. S THE .EVENT , of the CENTRNNIAIL YEAR ' ! W. J. GREEN, hIn removed into hls NEW AND CO(MMODIOUS PREMISE'IS, ,.: ·- A : AtU Ce rn CHAPEL AND EARL STREETS, WINDSOR, ; Whe he Is OnOeriu D d mens and Werll-Pssorted Stock at GREATLY REIIUCID PRICES.. GREAT BABORGAINB ' Ar Sing Oferd, he like of which are not Slkely atoocur a n till the nt CENTENNIAL YEAR. The Pbl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
B?anklng Institutions. 00o2.10 NATIONAL'.' DANK ' OF AUS. I ' TR' AVASIA. " Capilt SBubsoroid, £1,20,000. Pald-up, £1,?0000. Ileoerod Funst, £070,000. Rserro Liability of Shroholdoder, £t1,00,000. PF A nID A rN 10' 0 N c It Chapel Strot. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. Draftl?,eod n Eoglnnd. Ireland, Scotltnd, a6d all the BDno's Branhles aolo Ageoncies throogh. out the World. Ht . R. ENGLAND, 0lol?aer. |H NATIONALBANMK OF AUSTRALASLA. .L Carltiii Subarln, m,?o.obo. Cptd0up, lO £1,070. * eservo Jmdso £6£0.000. Rosnee Labi ity of Sh1rooolders, £1,500,000. ST, KILDA BRANCH. Coono of Hglh tre~it and Welllngton-street. COront N.es 0 t I?trot, allowed on Money dealm?ted lor f~rlxtlal'lrs. Drof"tosshed on EugLmd, Ireland, Scotltnd, ant the Blans Brnohos 00d Agenceso throo,,hoot the world. GORDON I. DAE, OLManoager. T[HE NATOONAL L ANK OF AUS I_ TRALASIA. Cpilotnl Su0,oorotd._, £1,000,000. Po.t-F,tdup, ±1.0?0,000. t oeservo t Fundt; £070,000. o oteero LiabS tyof Shor hold.rs, £1,500,00. BALAC...
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
tO'CORRESP?NDENTS AND OTHERS, . -I. .-- '£nis Journal Is published on Wecdnesday nnd ntuttuEy morniugs,and mly u obtninil rotm all news senudoors. The iubutluptiou is one Ienniy per ioy--hciUh nhillings per annu~nl~nin shillingsa postl. "'To insure their insertion, ianto admit ou proper ctlssifuntion, aduertisements should reauh thisolce ly six o'loll cu Out ii. on olluDay und Thursdllys. Special a~dvertisements rccnivmd up' to five p~m. on Tuesnl8y and Fridays. Subscribers who may receive the ]?per late, or irru?darly are requlestel to notify salmat this out iet in oder that the inonvenience my tbu tAdvertisers are rtont ded tltt nitlu innirlnl iuons rfelrringlto the withudrwl ou advertlie mlteats, det., iust Ie in writing, as verlutl nIoUtcl olumot to attended to. Uetters andu other utommntu nictios Lintended for insertion in the uuews lhlnlll8 thOuld be nddresed to The Editor. No notieo c'm be takecn ol anlonymnous com. munications. Every letter must le accompanied b the name Nld...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
Births. BLMAIRES.--Oan the 4th inst., at Ltesotte-tha, Lwishalmaad,, WVindsor, tho ifo of J. U. Dl.mira of a daughtar.. IOOKER.--On tho 7th inst. at Hlltaido, Caat. Iold, tho wile of H. J. Looker- daughtr. Marriages. FORSTER-WHEELER.-On tho 19th Dacma. bar, at SLt. John's Churah, Tooaa, by the Bar. Waltar Follows, M.A., Henry William Forsatar, ofToorank, to Jeslo Gamhan, yougest daugh ter of tho late Throphils Wheeler. GALLAGHER-DALLR1Y LE.--On tho 12th 'lt., at t. Gar?e's Clbrah, St. KiBda, by the Rot. J. G. 5iakie, James Galltaher, of Sydnoy, to Ingtlo St. C. Darymlll,s of St. Killda. Deaths. DAVIES.--On ta 12th inst., at Echa-cholms. ssaconasald.Farad, St. Kildn, of congsEation of the hsnge, Sartnm Enston, tho oaaogest son of tWllud J. ?nd Tasib H. DOlars, nghd 5 ysara anad 4, Imoths. LOOKER.-On tle 15th inst., at tllalide, Cal Sld, HIope Laker, asga 7 daya.
SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. By O.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
SPORTS COLUMIN. c R IC K E T. . By O.C.. We arecomrplled to abrviateournotices this week owing to extreme pressure on or speace. ",, ,,Tq-DAYT PATCHIRS,. L lriwk?shiburti v. Emerald at Albert PaYri, for the Sports Dep8t (Hatting) t?olhy. LAND TROPHIY. Watecrloo243 v. St. Matthew's 75; to b~e contituel to?.ay.. .. ..ETATE.AGENTS'. TROPHY. Sr'Pehr~ q Junlois v. Windtor Union, at Albert P'ark. St. John's v. St. M3tatthew'as 2nd. . Surrecy v. Wimndsor Jounior,. Raleigh v. Toorak Union 2ndL, St Mat 'hew!sgdoun d,. St. Goorge' v. Armnale. oTI(E·.AC BE. ·· ..... S. Yatrm Unid o. Maiin, at MHlvern, met at.corner of High and Ghapel sts., at 2, tO. p.m. Southcrn Cross v. Melbourne on Ware housemcn'sa groul. Match commences at 2.36 p.m. . Toorak'Union v. All Saints' Union C. C., at Albert Park . Soutlieru Croms 2nd v. Mtt Ericra WeSleys, at nFawkie Park. .Crom.cll v. lo-e of Hawkubunm, at Hawks~burn.
GEOGRAPHICAL PUZZLE. ANSWER [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
GEOG apHIICAL I'PUZZLE. AnawEn- The following story was told by a friend of mine, named Smith :--" One day ns I and a friend were hunting for an old ]Bu cnrd, which had long bauled the linteri, we suddenly canme upon a lanlge lear wlidch evidently was IlHuerU. My friend and I retreated rapidly from the dangerous vicinity, but the brute followed us. We neared an enormonus Bilduin apple tree, whichwe climbedl, and.frem it delied our puruner,, which son left us. I climbed after a IRfooehe'ld, wehic by some accident Ilnd ?t up there. Il oloding I scacred the object of our hict. Aot it flow away, vwe both puilled our triggers, but, biy a iMitl?re, th caps were not ao the nipplear. Having failed in this, and having no fear of the beast. who ihad treed us, we bade 1'areweall Io henti?"g a1e Cientb]ame.' !
WON THE OLD MAN'S HEART. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
WON THE OLD MAN'S - HEART. Old Man (frorn head of the fstairs harrhly)-Hamsn't that young feller gone yet, Clara I1 Clra--No, papa, he's in aserioous luen. dary. He forgot to deposit u300 in the bank this afterhoon and is nervous, about carrying it around with hbm so late at night. Old mlan (inla softer tone)-Tell him to ait a minute, and I'll be down. He scn put it in 'miioysafe until moruings; And' you'd better brinpg up a half a dozen bottles of beer from the cellar.
THE POET'S CORNER. TO POP OR NOT TO POP. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
THE POET'S CORNER. TO 101' OR NhOT TO rO'. To pop or notto pop,that. 'the question; Whether 'tis easier for mant to suffer oIn silgle bIe.iednea. the ruok of fortune, Or ask some pretty girl to hai'e lhit troubl?. .. And !o- pioposing end them :--To woo, to tool. No more-and Iby a form to ay hie's free Fromu all the little illsta t hellor, poor man,. . Is plagedt with- tis a coneiummatlon Deveotly to ie witetol. To woo, to wee P'erlmllps a family ! Ah, there'a therub; Foir in thie marriage sttate what cages my come When he Ihas taken to himrelf a wife Must give him pause; there's tl!e relpect Tirat make? celihbacy of so loig a life. Forwho hwould bhor the waoherweoman'i crimes, The buttonless shirt, the stockitng foli of holen, The iange of.collars with saw-lilke edge, The lotflgiig:keeper's sins, the cat's mis deels, And strange evlaporatioo of his brandy, When he himself might his quietus make With a iplain gold ritng Who would ehambeidr keep And growl and fret a solitary life But...
ST. KILDA YACHT CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
'. KILDA YACHT CLUB. TI thinr of tho oories of mntcheniuoiltr tioipices of Ithe St. Kildha Yacht Club tiokllico oil Satunlay afternoon last, th o tinghargRd number 6f! spectator. luh roq Das ovcr a distance of 12 miles, from the St: Kilda pier, and 18 ot arted, icoluding several fronm the ri m .and Hobson'a lany clubs. The ivath got away with a lead, closely fol by the Wotorwltch, Galatea, and Atlh.. Eventually, howeovei, the Water. wit overhauled th leadter, 'inld w\on on ml allowance by B seconlds, the t Ol?na sc.onaleJt and the HynCtithi i . , , •