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PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 18 May 1889

PARS PITHILY PUT. Santley. Dr. Figg. Professor Kennedy. Mr. D. B. Daly, P.M. Victoria v. Tasmania. Intercolonial football. ' The battle of Waterloo-cyclorama. Gas in Brisbane 3s. Gd. per 1o00 feet, Cricket not quite dead ! "Clipper" still organising. Mr. G. L. Skinner, solicitor, is again *; An 100t"nt Armsotroag gun:costa a little over £ 17,l000. Tihe local boot.blark ways this business is brightening up. Mr..and Mrs. Turner's complimentary ball-30thinst., Tile most manifestsign of wisloln is con. tinued cheerfulness. Knowledge of our dutties is lte most use fal part of philosophy. Four of tihe "Sanlts " eamrn good enough for a Victorian twenty. Tile Saints 2nd 20 are the break et of the record--no behinds even. SiThe fllighlstreet -arid"' oa?nmircntal-road lridges to be widened at last. D)rnken lirotesio more plentiful thlatn use ful at tih late lijot fire diisater. More c'a. rl artrCheld in l'mralrn than in any other ibulrban munleiipality. A metaptysical paradox-killing one's. s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889

TRAMWAY ACCIDENT. iOn Saturday night IQt t a laty ?yas otclliing from a tramn car i Chapelstreet, wlhe by soime mants or other she lost. her footing, auld was thrrown violently to tihe ground. Site receivedt a severe shlking, and was asistedl into thoe l'LANTelIt TEA IAZAAnt, 122 Clhapelstreet, I'Prahrn, where she received greoat kiuilnes. A cup of ten asn madle by tihe new nllanllge? nd given to the lady, otto, aofter. the, hald ldrank it, leclared .te felt refreshed and proceeded to ler home. We now flad that this lady is recommeanding or Iunro Ton to all her fuicios. N6Lto tIeo iriceoandalddtess, o lld, Insl, t s1I 2s, 2sI li LAvEt to' " TrA itAZAAlit,ji2 Claptl.-street, 4 dloors fro IIlglt.street. Wi'hirim sht? received great Iospitality. Tihe new niangers't noilo the Stlyoedyto ?00 a"f toiti cli Ileir Is 8d.--A?vT. KEATIND'S COUGH LOZENt;lES Cure Couiglto,Astlhma, ltronohltis. Medical testimony states that no other iaedleine is so effectual In the cure of these dangerous omladi...

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TUESDAY, MAY 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889

TUn?sAY, MAY 21. (Before the mayor nld Messrs. Noonan, ('Callaghan, Olhamt, and Turner, J's. P.), ItoAnD AND LoDnIttG,-Miss Stutt and M3is Flynn v. C. . Chaplman, board and lodging, £15; order, with 2?a. costs. AItrEGED TEFT.--Ellea lDcveran was brought up charged with stealing a gold watch and chain, gold bracelet, pair of eye glasses, and other articles, value £:), the property of Sarah Turner. Ellen Normala was charged with receiving a gold watch and chain, knowing the came to have been stolen. They wre re remanded.

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ST. KILDA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 17th APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889

ST. KILDA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 17th Al'rtIL. Before the Mayoyr and Mr. Harris, J'so.P AILEUED LAItCE\Y. -Stephen Johns was clhrged with stealing a camwlle box, efnhal at 2s., the property of James Can noq, licensee of the Elsterewlek HIotel. He was discharged. : Druts.-Mary O'Dryer forbeingdruntk and disonecrly was fined as. 31SCelstANEOUd.-Connstable IRyan V. Nicholas Jindclotf, no nameon'drty ; fingd s. MaIdatme Vaudnnmere v. Josephine Westbrook, golds, £4 17s; enler with 5s. costd. Thomas Beach and Co. v. Thom.as cneman, t lgood, lt .lqs. d; qgrtler with I. costs.

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MONDAY, MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889

MONDAY, MAY 20. Before Dr. Fetherstoii, nrid Messrs Dixonl, Finlay, Harris, Kilpatrick, Jlitchell,norl -Young, J: I'P. i)UJNKi~DSA.-Afred Perin and James Giffonl were each fined is., or 24 hours, for drunkenness, while James Wheeler was lined 40s., or three days. for the same offence, and threatened with 12 lmonths ono his being brought uragain.gn ALLEGED TnEFT.--Robert Keaton was was placel in the dock charged with stealing a bottle of ale from a carrier' waggon at the Exchange hotel on the 18th lnst., but for want of sulnicient evidence he was dischared. THEFT ou O? EREOATS.-Georged Wil liams, a young man, was charged with stealing two overcoats, value 49, the property of J. H. Jones, draper, Chapel street, Windsor. The theft was committed ont the 18th inst., when Williams and three companions annexed the coats from the front of.prosecutor'sshop...Accused was the only one captured. He was sentenced to three montll' imprisonment, and, for resisting the police on tile way to the gao...

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POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889

POLICE NEWS. PRAHiRAN COURT. -4-- TIIUnSDAy, MAY 16. Before Messrs. Sykes, Kilpatrick lHyslop, Finlay, and Harris, J's.P. UNREGISTERED DARIES. - Elizabelh Palmer, Thos. Ellis, and John Wilson were all summoned for being unregistered cow keepers. As they had duly registered since receiving the summonses they were only fined 5s. ALLEGED INSANITARY PREMISES.--The city inspector proceeded against a number of ratepayers for various breaches of the HeaIlth Act and city bye-laws. In the maj-. ority of cases the complaint was that of having defective night pans. The cases were disposed of as follows :--John Birm ingham, Chapel-street, South Yarra, die.' missed; Jas. Jamieson, Alfred-street, fined 5s; Thos. Woodruff, Yarra-street, South Yarra, dismissed with 21s costs against the corporation; Jas. Naughton, t15l Chapel. street, fined s ; Chas. Chandler, 164 Chapel street, South Yarma, two charges, with. drawn; J.T. Maumby, Chapel-street, South Yarra, fined 5s. STEALING AN OTERfOAT.-r A yOUg ...

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MUNICIPAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889

The ulfortuloto dismantlement of the Town-hlll clock hna caunol a great dual of annoyance to our worthy citizens. To rcmedy thu eril, Sydauy lihrris, just Inear oth Townhllu wrilt com:on-atoC them by oselling at an unusually low price, tbat l'b?eri"kan" koiks from 5ost.,(, guantiteed. Noeu thu Number--t6.

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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. "A ST. 11i- !fA\."-We Cannot pay deed to anonlymous rolmmunimtious JWhy diid yo not sign your real mimee PRAHRA] UfLuI1APJ{ PUfLISUED ON WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. "Fins ant FEnants lu Itusmore on; Jeto crf r step of thought or work IJ b, 4 ou JJ uud F1EDN.ESDAICE 8o1I 'A1'·U w2 . ISSO.t prluts cm the sands of time." 1I-EDVJ SD.L ; 1 LY22, 1SSD.

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OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Present—The President (Cr. Wilson), Crs. Willis, Lavidge, Wilks, Beggs, Taylor, Binns, Armstrong, and Leonard. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889

OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. Present-The President (Cr. Wilson), Cra. Willis, Ltvidge, Wilks, Beggs, Taylor, Iinns, Armstrong, and Leonard. OAK.EIGIo AND IFERNTREE GULLY TAsAIWAY.On the motion of Cr. Leon ard seconded by Cr Wilks, tile standing onlrders were suspended to allow qf the secretary of the above company, Ir. loerry Longbottoem, to make a statemeltt. MIr. Longbottom stated that through the accidental omission of the word "steam." in the application, it would need amend ing. It was decided by a unatnimous vote to amend the application in acconlanee with the wilbes of the eqmpany. t'PETITION.-- A peittion was presenstct by Cr. Leonardn from a number of r.te. payers requesting that a proper approach be made from Broad-street, to tile station., A depqtation of twq, Mnssrs Nelsonl and Wilkinson accompanied the petition, and stated thmt they klew for a fact thaet thel locality was suffering from thie defect in the rotd, but rather thlan have thl!ngs !one in patches they would wait a ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889

Ona QuEEr's birthday is to be again loyally celebrated on Friday next. During the long rcign of HEn MAJESTY, extending over" 52 years, unparalleled advancementl hmbecnmade throughout the vast dominions that come under the sway of her' beaigu sceptre. The QrUEEr is responsible for our peace, progress, and prosperity. Her gentle life'provcs:ho.to be a woimanwrritli anl affectionate, considerate, and sym patlhising nature, and it is this that makes her so genuinely beloved by her people, not a few of whom would will ingly forfeit their lives for her. She lives in the hearts of her people for her virtues. We believe in her. She has proved herself to be a sovereign worthy of a nation's love. Her attain ments, her rigid principles of honor and -duty, the unsullied purity of her court, her.; simplicity,'; her! 'deep ' domestic affections and personal virtues, her world-wide sympathies, her adhercnce to the Protestant Church, and her genuine faith in GoD's Holy Word, have won for her the re...

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MUNICIPAL NEWS. PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889

MUNICIPAL NEWS. PRAERAN COUNCIL. -4-- MosDAY, MAY 20. Present-The Mayor, and Crs. Fuller, Hleratl, Parry, Ellis, Brown, Inglis, Ed .ardsn O'Donnell, and Beatty. INCREASED IIOsPITAI. ACCOrMMODA. lION.-A letter from the Mclbourne como mittee, in connection with this matter, asklng the mayor of Prhranu to call a pub lic meeting of citizeins for the purpose of forming a local sub-committee, was referred to committee of the whole conicil, 'the nayor remarking that the council mad lreadly gole to conliderable expense in connection with the Alfred hosdital. uAs-Ll?ialElts.. - in reply to acomplaint from the council, the secretary of the Metropolitan Gas Company wrote, stating that an additional man had been put on in order to have the street lamps lighted and cxtingruihed at proper hoIra, and with regularity. . FEVER CAarP.-The secretary of the fever.camp conference forwarded an ac count for £103 5s.; referred to financial Cormittee. NUISANCE IN COARlKE-STREET.-A peti ion from a rnumber of...

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PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889

PARS PITHILY PUT. V.1I. The Queen. God Bl?lss Icr. lIsle itrfaisia. God save the Queen. . Intercolonial football. Victoria wins easily.' More railway smashes. The balance of tmde--Seles. Hail fellows-Tram conductors. Tasmanians at St. Kilda to-day. A wise man speaks but sparingly. It is better to be poor than ignorant. Young haveres:. Joioclr apprerlit~es Fear to commit that which thou.oughtest to fear. .. Our readers-The Queen... Hip, hip, hurrah I J. SIorehouse excelled limself at goal kicking. Poor Searle, of.the Surrey C.C.; briled on Sunday. Good deals arc trophies erected in the hearts of men. Unldertake deliberately; but having be gun, persevere. The "Prince of geal-klckers" was there, too, withe' 6oa:l. ' - Monsieur Henri do la Osment.-1'rle:. rous 'ran wais? lie rather too much forward thal too much negligent. Women detest the serpent through a pro. fessional jealousy. There never was a fair womenl but she mouths in a glass. Be not slack to resonlpoose those wlho have done ...

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SOCIETY MEETINGS. As column is placed at the disposal of secretaries of local societies, etc., from whom PITHY reports will be gladly accepted. [?]AHRAN CONGREGATIONAL LITERARY SOCIETY, SESSION 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889

SOCIETY DIEETINGS. ioiu oron l ot t po o dlros?l of soore o sootlsot, Imom whom rTrur port till lo giolaI yooptoI. 1itgAIO CONGllREGATIONAL LITEi Ally SOCIETY, SESSION 1889. io opening of this year's session of the f society was accomplished on Mon rvenielg lst, when a lecture was del! yI by the president, the tRev. Osric intd, the subject being "John Bright.'. lron. W. I. K. Vale occupied tice ajnd, in introducing the lectlurer, .aid it might seem to be rather i nice piece tire for him, a strong protectionist, to py the chair on this occasion, which for the purpose of lauding a renowned twler. Ielremembcrt redraingof .Jlr. It in the ILondon papers 43 years ago, hod taken considemble interest in him , sod,however he might have disagreed him politically, Ile could not help ad ghim. 1ir.J. H. Bayley hving sung, Eoglithman I am," Mr. Copland wa pono deliver the promised lecture, rising was greeted with aoplause. fright was born at tochdtne, on the November, 11 I,of the inevitable "poor...

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THAT TOORAK TRAMWAY SIDING. PRAHRAN COUNCILLORS ASHAMED TO ADMIT THEIR ERROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889

THAT TOORAK TRAMWAY SID ING. PRAHRAN COUNCILLORS ASHAMED TO ADMIT THEIR ERROR." At frequent intervals the unfortunate bungle made by the Prahrun council in preventing the tramway company from constructing a sidingat South Yuarr station, crops up at the council. meetings; alnd on every such occasionitiamsion it i ngtowatchthe councillors' maeruerces. They always start their speeches by saying the council was quite right, and then proceed to cast about for means to see how the idloti6 and expensive bungle can be remedied without compromising the dignity of the council. One or two alternative pro positions have been made to the company, who state, in effect, that thbcy. will con struct a siding at South Yarmr station or none at all. The council on Monday night last, were afforded a good opportunity, of repairing past mistakes, but they had not the moral courage to say " we have erred," and to accept the proposition contained in thefolloswingletterfrom the ecretaryof the Tramway Trust: ...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. AFTERNOON-TEA GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889

THE LADIES' COLUMN AFTERNOON.TEA G jp Ow ELLA. A visit shortly is expectedla IMelon , from Miss Jcsse.Ackerman, the PeoAlo"cr Nislonary," for the National W..g, T America, who is following Mlrs. Leri her journecy round the nlivehe lh 'young lady is a highly.giftel spia e always attracts large eudiences e sht been lately ir Now Zealand, and the o of Sir Willis and Lady Fox. ' bi Mellboirne, she will stay with, th ?e C. J.nd.Mrs,. Ham, at,Armedal?.l h sojourn in our midst will probabl much exceed a week, we would 'dle 4 who love the Gospel temperanee e,e a those who appreciate a clever lecturer, attend the meetings in question. are unacquaitced with it will,, pleased "to-ild it to their collectio 'flower-lore," -The tradition come il 'Wal; 'as may be 'khdwn by the ns found init. - When the infant-son of Malvine ra called home, her sorrow seemed to ore. whelm her, and friends sought in .vai , soothe the brokenhlearted mother. a length the virgins of Morvren vlisid I and told her how a ...

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HEALTH PROSECUTIONS AT PRAHRAN. CR. HERALD OBJECTS TO PRESENT MODE OF PROCEDURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889

HEALTH PROSECUTIONS AT PRAHRAN. CIR, IIERALD OBJECTS TO PRESENT MODE OF PROCEDURE. At the Prahmn council meeting on Mon. day evening' last, Cr. Herald storted a discussion regarding the present modle of procedure adopted by thie council officials in prosecuting ratepayer nundler the Health Act and city bye-laws. Cr. Iicmld considered these prosecutions should not be undertaken off hand by the oflicials, who should await the direction of the council. He would like to see a regular system adopted. lie was aware the city inspector, under the Amending Act, was liable to a penally if he knowingly allowed a person to commit a ncoance, but this section only applied where the inspecctor was negligent in carrying out the directions of the local board of health. To put himself in order, he would move that no prosecutions be undertaken except by direction of the local board of health. The mayor : What about nuisances that require immediate abatement 1 Cr. Parry said the whole matter was deserv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889

Drapers and Clothiers. COMPULSORY SALE.. -MUBT REAISE. Says to7.rupir alnmag doluo by ?sW"O0ooDs ?T EALAOE PnICES. comodgo blis.i stbuiT0N'S Sttioury w.t} Fcy oo .?"mtorium,. 34 CI HA T1UTR L RAIII.SA CONE3 i CIIOPL-STILEET WINDSOR (OPPOSITE STATION.) TO THIEILADIES OF THE DISTEICT L1Is,-I- beg to inform' you that w nri:now holding our First Show of Autumn and Winter Millinery, Miantles, Jackets, and:tUlsters. . These departments will be found replete with the Choicest Goods at MIoderate 'rices. :' Plush MantlNS d s tho;trJnekets in the Latest Shalpr 'rri, hbd'netr t, ret 1 l. ver, Seal, and Skunk, \iU.ll a .n Speciality this Season. In consequence of the thorough know. ledge of the Mantle Department that we possess, we cwiii, for the future, make it a very prominent feature of our business. 01 have 'ilso nadded tie :Dressmaking Department, which will be noted fot Punctuality, :Moderate Charge?, and Good Style. A Large, Assortment of Children's Ulsters, uats, and Bounets. I have eve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889

Banking Institutions. E? NAION LLAINK OF AU.& CpAl Sun ribed, £1,0,000. paid.up, £1,000,00,. Ssorval FTnds, £070,000. ,o s LLsbility of cShaholder,, £1,000000. SBAHIIAN DBANCH- Cnpol Street. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. rsnail faed on En~glnd, Ireland, Scotland, and oi1ShRink0 n.s Brlnhes nd AgenI es througlh out hWorld. HR. ENGLAND, Manager. HE NATIONAL ANKE OF AUSTNATASIA'. Capital Slbscibed. £1 25,0000. Pal.u,1 £1,o00o0o. Reserveokrde, £60.000. rvo Liability of Shareholders, £1,500,000. ST. K LDA BRANCH. r of High-stt and Wellington-stroot. t Rtcs of Interest oalloeod on Ioney iled for fEred lrioda. esed on England Ireland, Scotland, nnd ltBranches and Agencies throughout GORDON H. DARE, SMannor. IE NATIONAL BANK OF ADS. TEALASIA. Cpital S,?r0i,eod £1,250,000. p60d-p., £1,040,000. c rvd Funds, £070,000. ..erfcLality of Shabrooldoer, £1,500,000. BALACLAVA BRANCH, Carllslo Street. INTESEST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. tls,, on England, Ireland, Scotland, and Ne tnk's Branchoe nd A...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889

Births. . S'LEASAFCE.-Sn the 12th inst., at Lynaurrst. lirulliug~tou-road, South ,Yarra, the ,wife of, Cthrles .le Wstcc-n daSughter. SELSSGST-CS-On tho 15th htbt., at "Eude Thn," CharlottestbreStSt. S IKildt, bye tif. of John )tiny elland'of R'daughtr. ALLESN-DuutWu,, - S tihoi, tld ult.S, t DroStu ,i by the Lier. F. S. Willot , u lexander iSt nmtu 7Sherntan, yongest son of the late J.ehs WilliSTESAllutb of South Yaim,, thrderly ot Dubli, to Jifsie tuSit,,ISy.5.Cngeiut augihtur ou uthelte HoaSry U. , of Horsham, late of Bristol. LYIIT-OCLA Slt-O5t the i3rdtlt. Slueslet Chuhrch, -iSruElyW jt, Bllart, by th Iiv. E. Wb. AyeS LSgy 3.'dlabi sono f *Vi *,Wright, Ptnlttnn to 3linnic, eldest daughtear of thre Wet Wm. L. Clarke, Late of Ballart. ..Deaths. CARTER.-On-tbe 17th last.,at the residnnc of her uncle, Ed. VVyatt Gill, Isingswoud, Winlter. Sstreet, Ilfnlvttn, Isabel Minad (Sissy), seond daughter of thle loft w. H1. Carter aged. 7 yeara and 6 months. LYALL.-On-O the 15th inst., at St...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889

TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. This JourA l is y ublished on Wednesday and turday morn tgs, ad ny be obtalnerl, dtpl newsveudor" - ttitteiattt ticriiodison. Ileny polt?.py.lerpb . fi gs fr mmn--nino Up lasted. tTo in oýir inser tiion, udto admit of iroter ciditlltttiout n?ivertiemttoI hodlcd reach this offieo by six o'clock p.m. on Montiays andi Thursdays. Special advertisements received up to five p.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays. Subscriberas who may receive the par Int or i rre711-e3'as2"V sted'-tO -'noti?J'-saae a " remedied. Advertisers are reminded that all instrnc forttd ron tin the r news colmns houlti for insertionfn th ar hud be No notice can be tken of anonymous ¢em mmnications., Evercy letter must e ncrcomIpine bythe name nd nddreas of the writer not neces s.trily forl?ubllcntiolo but as guarran of good fNith. turned whecn sumps pro 7,anlfo tm wled for that p~urpose. .,,':,ýrll is ý ,. 1 •It is essential that corresopndenta of all Miuds sholdh condense their communietions as ...

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