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AUCTION SALE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 18 May 1889
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. Ietors. Lemme and Co. will sell next Saturday, at 3;o'clock oil tle premises, n weathterboard villa known as "Avondale,' Duke-street, St. Iilda, in an uitestate estate. Next Wedcesday, Messrs. Lemmt and Co. will hold no unreerved sale of householed furniture at 11 o'clock, on the premises, " llsthorpe," larlton-cresecent, Wellingtlon.treet, St. Kilda. Moore. Letonle and Co. will ell at half-past two o'clock, on Ptuanlay afternoon, 2lt iinst., a piece of land having a frontage of 101 feet 3 it hes to Iorneby.street, by a lepth of 95 feet 10 inchesl along 1)uke-street. opposite IJon's Cordial Factory. The Rock Freehold Lanld Compaoy Limited (MIr. F. W. True, uactioneer),will sell to-day at 3 p mn., a detoached brick villa in Jolthnsonotrcet, East St. Kilda, between IHotham and lilley streets. The Inud is 18 x 60 feet, nml the lwhole forms a good investment. Slerns, Naylor, Forbes and Co. will sell on tihe premises, on Satunray afternoonr next at 8 p.m., two semi-...
OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. THIRD SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 18 May 1889
OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. -- € TO-MO3101ttw' SIERVICES. THIlDn SUNDAY AFTER EASTER. The preachers t s the onrtetrmentoned local chtrc?e to.-mrrow are as follows : AlL SAINTS' CTIIUOtII, St. Kilda - Morn ing and ovelliog- CUtIisT COuncir. St. Kilda-Morning- lev. J. Stalley Low; evening--lev. WG.ot. Ilindltey. A. W. Creswell, MA. ST. GEcOncat'S PtttEanyTeitlAS CHUCon, KEat St. Khla--Mornintg and evening, Itev. .1. Gordonot Mactlc. ST. GEORGE'S CtHUR(11, Mnlvern..Morn. ing and evening, ltev. C. J. Godby, M.A. PIIAIIrtA NIAPTIT CtHURntc, Cecil I'lace, -MIorittg and evening--lte. J. J. MIacKnzie. tIt1tt,e CtIIItITNX METItIODIST CtURCII, ',acL l'nlhneamn- oring,-tRev. W. fettles ; evening,-tev. A. Rogers. PItAtItAN COOtIIEtATIOtAL CIIUnCII t talvern-rut,.-3frttrug and evenintg, 17cv. O. Copland.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 18 May 1889
Drapers and Clothiers. COMPULSORY SALE. MUST REALISE. L0OSE is few y t eir daosgs done by NEW GOODS AT SALVAGE PRIOES. Como and got barghls at BURTON'S Stationery and Fancy Goods Emporssm, 34 CHAPEL STREET, PIAIHIRAN (Oplita Nathn's). COIRNER. HOUSE, CIIAPELSTREET, WINDSOR (OPPOSITE STATION.) TO THE IADIES OF THE DISTRICT LADIEs,-I beg to inform you that we aro now holding our First Show of Autulne and Winter Mlillincry, Mantles, Jackets, and Ulsters. These departments will be found replete with the Choicest Goods at 3lMoerte Prices. Plush Mantles and Short Jackets in the Latest Shapes, trimmed with Real Beavcr, Seal, and Skunk, will be a Speciality this Season. In consequence of the thorough know Sledge of the Mantle Department that we possess, we cwill, for the future, make it a very promminent feature of our business. I have also added the Dressmaking Department, which will be noted foc Punctuality, Moderate Chaerges, and Goodi Style. A Large Assortment of Children's Ulsterss,Hat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 18 May 1889
,,.Banking Institutions.. 0 ,NATI0 o L0SIN OF, AUS. C.r0000 So1l 100,r, £l".SO;D000 Foaolo. £p1,000,000. 22,orred Floods, 0070,000. greens L1,b0017 o0 Shnr0,old02, £1,500,000. OAlflA IBlANCH OITOREST ALLOWED ON:DEIPSITS. ft. faued on Engllnnd, Imrlnnd, Scotland, nod the Rank'IILs Drenches, and Agencies tllroogl h o. a. ENGLAND. D. 0ogor. .00 NATIONAO BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. Cop00.ol o..oi. £1,200 ,000. Reeerro Fonds 0670.000. 0000 LibIlitY of SI ohOaido0, £1,000,000. ST. 0II.DA'DRANCO. '000001 10000000000001 'Wellngto.,strOot. 0,, 0001 (03 0f , tc;RO,1,owd on DoSoooy opoit..1f000R0001000olo1. at.a ilmmlo n England1 Imlmoll. Seotlnn. ntul Se 00.0s . u 0 Agenefaa throughou t GORIDON I0. DARE, Ofooooo.. HE NATIONA AN'BANK OF MOO. TaALAS0A. 0oritol Snlaoil, 01.2£220,000. Pahdnt, 1:1000.000. Rexrcrm Ponda, fi70,.Mo.I 're.e Lo.ili0001 of SHooholdo00, £1,000,,02. BALACOLAVA BRANCII, Carliole Street. 070EREST ALLOWED ON DEFPOSITS. IIIli rnnloo },glolid, TlrliallB; firtlnnd, nod e0 Rink.o0,o0,0...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 18 May 1889
Births. BROWN.-On the 2nd inrt., at Uscott, Halifa str e, M iddlo Brighton, the wif of R. Russell Brown.. daughter. CANE.-On the 12th IMay, at MIathola.-oad, Toornk, the wife of Arthur R. Cano of a dIaughter. HLTRVEY.-On the 10th May., at 12 Alfred street, Pmrahnm, the wife of E. Harvey of a daughter. IIIWAN.-On the 3rd inst., at Terenure, Not tingham-street, Pmhmn, the wife of Heury Albert Eirwa--a sOl. REEVES.--On the th inst., at Iosamond-strett, Balaclara, the wife of George Whorlow Rerves of a dughter. SCOTT.--Ontho 7thtMay, at Cecil-street, South MIhelbourne, thewifeof Goergo H. Scott of a daughter. LOUGHNAN.--On the 8th inht., at Martithurst, Cromwell-road, Hawksbutm,the wife of Andrew Loughan:m of aI daughter. STAIEL.-Ou Otte 8th itst., at Zurich, Waterloo street, St. Kilda, the wife of G. Stahel of n EOn. WEIR.-- u the 7th inst, at 8 Tymne-street, South Yarra, the witfoof William A. Weir, of n sou. Marriages. EDWAR~DS-ARMSTRONG. -On the tPnd April, at Allt SThte Church. Eas...
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 18 May 1889
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. --- 4 --- . This ourp1l.is publihepd on wednedn1y nd Satlurdy morning., and may by obtained from a.l news vendors. Thle sublscriptioon to ono d apdy tptr til tt "iliigg per Rab I -- nino shillinga lasg~ To ihtsar tdcir insertion, and to atmitt of proper i tast iintiont itrrtisamonte eauldrnel l this office b Biz o'clock l,.m. on Dfoudn)"s and Thnlrsdnys. lw Vcedns avertandFridisentsy molroid rap to El . Subscribers rso tir ho way rocoiro the rapr late, or irrglarly, a retuested to tf ttv B rat this otico inordet. tt ith ,tconttnit tayt1i remteal: I itlt tttd-tlttrs erai .nmit ttt fti tllnstt tt [ions referring ~to thre withdrrdwal.ot advertise ment.., etc., mast be in writing, as verbal otlcesl wiat It ittititi to. Letters mid otlher ommunicationnls Intended for insertion intht tinews columns itould b tltdrsse to Tihe Editor. No notice can be tnlron of mionyinoua eom tanicttiotst Ettllt ltttir mast lie nsoigli,, Ly thit timtnd ndht isa oil Iso witer; t ...
NUMERICAL PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 18 May 1889
NUMERIOAL PUZZE,. My whole is a country in South America. 1. My 3, 8, 5, 6 is a young animal. 2. My 1, 4, 5, 6 is an article of toilette. S. My 1, 8, 6 is a conveyance. 4. My 3, 7, 5, 6 is a part of the body. B. My 8, 7, 5 is to cudeavour. 6. My 6, 2, 7, 3 is to bubble through hcat. 7. My 4, 7, 3 is a liquid used forlighting.
USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 18 May 1889
USEFUL HINTS. Buy your cheque-books with the stamps impresred. Never sign anything without looking first to see if it be properly stamped. Remember, the first person who executes any intsimeont is responsible for affixing and cancelling the stamp. Do not forget that the date, as well as the initials or signature, must be written on the storap. Hlave all your printed receipts stamped ready for ILe. Letters acknowledging payment of any rsu of i£5 or over by draft or cheque must pay duty. Penalties may be recovered, summarily before two justices, and the Mlinister may allowv a ortion of the amount to go to an informer. Look carefslly at your deeds. One error may invalidate an important tranaction. If several cositdemtions are expressed in one document, you must pay on each sepamrtely. Do not let bills run too long : keep them under £3.
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 — 18 May 1889
A tRI?,IAItKABLE CASE. Uwler the alro heelinto Itn h toon,. Ranorlcr, a 0 July 6th, 1887, ubhishns the followingn In it Our readers may recall the circumnstancee of a yomlng clerk, noloed Arthur llichoMi, falling insensible en the Whcnticey Lane it tlhi town omin tine ago, and beinf picked ol, as ie continoed perfectly ilelplen-t andi taken in a cnab by two getntlcnlen to thle olice of F. W. Fisoher, Eq., tile solicitor who employc him. On restoring hiitm to nousciousness it was asccrtained he was ,flicted with wlhat seemed to be ant ilncurt ble disease. Wiheu. lie was able to stpak e said h e had been to his dinner and wla n Iis way banck to his workw when sui icnly his Ical nwas ill a whirl antl hefell in tie street like a manl who is klnocked down. Ot eoning to hins enlesa inl the solicitor's olfice he thonght wlat this ighlt tmetntn, nllld feared he was going to Inave a it of illnsso; i?hich nwe all know is nt very drnead lul thing for n poor metnn with n family to -art for. Wit...
THE CONTRIBUTOR. COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 18 May 1889
COm3IENTS ON EVENTS. -4- [BT BoHEMIN..J 'i75r0' mn wopo, but 'mt too dla?eet Tome Imk and tilt at oU I meet." herso o b l te os rd The riling of nul0nce-inspector Rider is t ,,rekble for' that steady start and cepijrg finish whiah usually characterises eperormOnce of riders of note. The lceriO which he "stole" on the pre of certain retepaycrs last weak points him s a very lark horse. Talkilgi of nuinMlRes, that robu. champ. of christiaity, the Rev. Dr. Barry, 0pofl Sydney, has little hesitancy in sng his opinion of the filthy state of lbourno and its environs. Ho says," I ithat if I were the Premier of an ralan coroln and cognisant, ns I am, the IlaitLary eondition existing, I uId ot eep ie my bel; I hould hold yoie g1uityof manslaughterin connection th every death that occurs through what really preoentible diisease." Here is an thortatiredenouncer,worthy of the high onheommldsr. If them were more rrysin high places, there would be fewer boing bearti As issually the case after a nu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 18 May 1889
Public Notices. The Prahran Telegraph, BI-WEEKLY BI-WEEKLY BI-WEEKLY. The St. Kilda Advertiser. BI-WEEKLY BI-WEEKLY B31-WEEKLY. THE "LIVE" AND PIOGRESSIVE SinuAnnas PAPER. SIX PAGES or 54 COLUMINS. FULLEST REPORTS OF ALL LOCAL EVENTS, Enlivened with interesting Items of GENERAL INFORMATION. ONCE TAKEN, ALWAYS TAKEN. PUBLISIIED ON WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. PRIOE:- ONE PENNY PER COPY; ONE SHILLING AND NINEPENCE PER QUARTER; SEVEN SHILLINGS PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. To be Obtained from ALL NEWSVENDORS, Or will be POSTED DIRECT FROM THE OFFICE FOIL NINE. SHILLINGS Per Annuni, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. P RONOUNCED to be the most Inutrest ing Paper in Australia. Items for the Old; Items for.the Young; Items for the Ladies. Items for Everybody. MUNICIPAL NEWS Always pronouneed by the oldest local Councillors as accurately, repozied. POLICE BEPORTS Relied upon by the Ofllcials for' correctness. SPORTS NEWS Eagerly read by Sporting EBu thusiasts. THE LADIES' COLUMN, Indispensable to the fair sex, who...
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 18 May 1889
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. --4~--- Cultivate sst only Uho corn~dolds of your mind, but the El.muro grounds iteo-)lhytply. PaWzhls Ipp, hgr in Iaturday. edition and the narsrs in Welnesdy's. A Pmret-a ..I's kdly ,eg, valu*ede. It I.. will be gieee to the girl wbteends the gretteest umbeer of correct mowegs from 5th JanuatI to 90th June, and mnother-s. writingl desk, valud at £1 I..--to the boy who .Duda thle grcatct number of answers from Sib January to Wilt Juno The nname. will be pulihdad competitor are requested to keep a list as a check against errors on our part. Answrers most reach the Editor by 0 p.m. on Moanday.. We shall be obliged if correspondents sending now puzzles wll indly attach the answers; i t is not nececssary for conundlrums to be originlal, al though rro prefer them .n.
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 18 May 1889
CIIICKEiT. lBY O.C. The South Yarra Union com last match to-day, against i( bournc, for the Sports Ik'let(ti Trophy--lard wicket. The W.I just defoeted the Grace Pr',r -rther ulfortunate for the R ?[: the sc.ono huas gone o far, yr their good omen are likely tho engrossed with football tottel terest in cricket. It is always a gbood lookuout t senior when good tmen aetllei i'hemn or St. Kihla, ald vec note that two glood crickelen I cast their lot. in thi di-trid Trumble has coume to the TNtL Perahrtn, anld iMr. L. Walter bu Morning Star hotel. We supel thecir sevemrl ways will e gitl visit from cericketing friends,lpa leave some " funds " behind itL
SPORTS COLUMN. FOOTBALL. TO-DAY'S MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 18 May 1889
SPORTS COLtMAN FOOTBALL. I\ . ByIIOVTIL '.'here ;,ll. be very little football rcles toiy, oi l t a cc match between Victoria and To'*' has become a rule now that ? from an adjacent colony Titsri,, the matches played by themi~ Victorn.team-the result being tc around Ilbouo have, unl t of tonin, to remain idle for thle" t of th cSt Kilda team, bowuever t F out of work, as they h~ie bee, play for Victoria, vi,., Mewm g6 , Morehouse, Lockett, and 8t1 quartette. Mr. P. Burns (8pba bourne) has been clectal cptain,,1 .ioming I(Essendon). vice-captin, !yictcria?l team. , : To SA ints seeond team iid cb Melbourne secand today nye 5It Melbounen, and anr allre quca y oy ann apearance. *Tlhetnnm ar jel l ernm :-Arndernan, Beaten, Oeo, e,, Itouagl, Douglara, Edinanla '1 Jintny, Kragha, Ieauvee, Halllha ltl Manacle, Maraden, lIltrreean, Bl' Pant, Plulnkctt, Perkins, Ilteaeayp WYillianms, Wheeler, WVimpole.pende, iiose o0 ilawiksurn. Mount Er, ley. This match will be playe ncr park to-day. The fol...
ST. KILDA BOARD OF AD[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 18 May 1889
ST. KILDA BOARD OF The usual monthly meetin Kihla, board of advice w il court-hounc, St. Kihla, on )lh! May 13th. 'Preent :-Itr. I ? chair; Me.ars. William., t Connihere, and F. Tullett, a, A letter was receivel fimc inn hon sec. Ut Kilda Btowling G'n ing the hIard to move the deC erect a new fence between ttc caiing to the fark sCoeC bowling geocn, and this was agreed to. Mr. Kempton re[ board that the trc e In the ground Brighto-.roul, were not owing to the bad state of the the land, and suppllll c rrtAi which if effec(tcdwouldlmprovetp of the soil. It was decidelthlt, ment be written to on the Prescott, one of the ialtiong handed in a report of a visit toI street state nchool, anid fod.? of the Furndry small requitOen wanted in tho school anld Its truant officer submittel his qu, imnct aof the irregular attendi' gstoed the list for prosculiont paIoed by the boIal. The Co ireentred tile stotcmnt of rcd enditure, also report and altaIo he recent excursion to Wilh .howed a balance I...