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LOCAL STATE SCHOOL. OPENING OF A NEW STATE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
LOCAL STATE S:CHOOL. ,ENING OF A NEW STATE SCHOOL. *aew state State achool at Elatera nie e want of which has been greatly felt the district for some time past, cal fary opened on Tuedlay afternoon. The hool, rwhich is sltuatedal in Park. treabout 'halfa mile fraom ail r lhayc tat, is built il a SlaviceGothic style of nr*clufFi ii' id ti 'chablt'of hohling At't 200 ehilren, andl already there are 180 lolaret ill attlendance. 3r. Mlathion, late I Caibell'a lCrlek,1!t thle head te r, anll thellcire thrneassistaats. The cant the buihling was £1300. TSite Mi istecct Edtucation formally openaed tte eeho in thle prcsence of the locarl Iard of tecealn a Ltumber t( pntninent gentlc 9 ne l lclt l folnl ptcl tl
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
OUR YOUNG FOLK4.1111 ''IIE EDITg l' EUZZLE BOX. Cnltirato not only tho coralflelds of your mind, hrut the pl~asure grounds also.--I|'llately. uzrS1 will in nture pper in Wtlednesday'a edition "nd tho answers In S turdn' n. h-PRius--? jady's hnd-bag, valued at e1ls?~ will be gitin to tht girl hocpdl the gt~gtea t number of correct pluwors from 5th January to' • 0th Juno, Rud anotheor--o writing desk, valued at ?1 ls.--to the bey who sends tha grenttest nmnber of answers from 5th Janluarpr to 30th June. The u tmewll bli publiihed1, afd ctOm .itors irt requested to heepg list as a chctk against errors on our pnrt. Answers musetqrmcl?.tbolEd for Iy 10?~~n]n We shall be obrlged it corres ?dondeta sending ?,vw I'utlles will kindly attach til nnswvra, It is .elo necessary for conullndums to be origizutl, nl .?hloughno prefer thom so. .,·.·...
FIRE AT CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
FIRE AT CAULFIELD.I -- -*- A vervydcIrittivv fire ocirr?uel rly r nr" Thmro~ay morni?g nL Mr. Jolin's otibl-. Iltely ocuplet, by Mr. E':. Ilnc. TIh Oalllleld brigaulu were quickly on the scene, followol by thla Mnlcorn, nd! in spituof their unitul offortoh' iu' bullhfgo which was composod of wd'ni t'as com ilctcliV gutted. Tbhey succcednl, howoro in ,tving the adjooinig property. Tho Si. Ilhil No..irll rlgullf wii n? o in altltllL
THE ARMADALE FIRE. A RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
THE ARMADALE FIRE. A REIEF FUND: d;ruetday evegnig th M~aIo~ of PFrah ranpreoided at a meeting conveued by hidelf for thle purpose of raisilng a found to jsijt Mesprs. Carroll and Trotter, two of thuiietims of tile late fire ill High-street. Th nayor haI previously set the ball roll ingoith tle result t t alrs. Cool~e had cohetled £30, Mrs. Bradley, £5, attl Mr. li, city miosioonry, £10. Tile mayor saidtwoasproposed to collect n sum not excding £100, and to divide it between M3etj. Carroll and Trotter,.giving thle fornr two-thirio at the tattr our-thinrd. He Rid it was not intended to fully recoup theklctims for their loss, but--merely to givthcm another start. MIr. Dalton and oth; gentlemten pre?et agreed with tile mair, and pointedl out tile wisdom of in surig "gaist fire. Mr. Joseph Harris, M.T., cootributed £2 2s., and most of the gentdtttpreosent gave £1 cal. each. Sub. tlorsi ill byt i receiv~r lhbe L the mayor up to lay next. Atttltclose of ttle meet ing Tueolay night theIre ...
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
AUCTION SALE"NOTICES. Meccrs. Lookeir and Son announce for the 7th picx., at three p.nl.. a cottage nud an acre of nlad at Mulgcrave, nenr Oa.kleigh, and only 12 miles fmm ?,hiliomrne. Messrs. E. J. Dixon and Sou will offer on Thurlelay Iext, cit 11 an.., on tile precmises, "Clatrqee Villa," 4 Murlpyll-.treet. South Yarra, c quantity of lhousehold furniture anc eclceta. u?[etsrcs J.t.'Vole. acnd Soan will' cell on Thmelulny nxLt, at I na.ic. at St. Martian's Virnmge, lHIawklburn, the whole of the Ilev. W. I. lrobribb's superior househloldl furnitu'?? includhiigc pianoababy ltdci?nor. Th9 friture is very elegrlt eala in excel ,!Mers. Naylor, Forice, ned Co. ancnoncee for Tuac a'y next, at noon,ait their rooim a valuble icc feet fllotage to Timor-street Warrnambool; severacl half-ncre allotmcent at \ lWyndham' and nllotamecta' at Tara warm, *loorpanyal, Werraendyte, end Cor dinhap. Messcl. Wi'iller and Grillithls havetwo large nllle importanct laes aennlonllccdl for Tilln.lay lcext, a...
OUR WEDNESDAY'S ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
OUR WEDNESDAY'S ISSUE. Ve are pletted to srtt that our Wed. lniday:s isut nagaiu shd well, the tale at tl llicte being large. lt itaue was more tlh ritually intereting, the following diirisng it. S CONTENTS: Fire Sdrvjce." The Ltol Bobom, etc." liderettes-- ,. i Iarious subjects. nicipal News 'rahran Council. lice News--' r ahrIn nltl Kidibl t liotl tao Te Contributor-. r tomento, by thami. Yauagro Folkb-- ... . ... Sietv. [eetillng- Iqport of Installation, Jubilee Lodge, : . U."A.O.D. ':'V , ,. , " TlTb Pllpit It Joseph's Chbtrch, South Yarm. Lt ms to the Editor SOppraession of Shbop EBmployb.." .\ Fierce Fight with Fire." C 'ket Notes. Heq e? t Poetry. ! T Alfredl lHospital Fire. Fi ltaeport St. Killda Tradlesmann's Club Meeting. 13lccttiigr Ou hundred and ttl .y "l'ais Pithily P'ut," ,aol. q~ aotity of , !Miso llaeotua miltter.
DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
.DISTRICT NEWS. OAKr LE IG H:?. ' , LPRO OUR 0K o coRESPOnDENT.]. Quite a gloom has been cast over the dis trict by the deatle of Mr. C. Nelson, jun., vhq catn:from r ~ethcott some two yecks oilce.'for'medlical adlvice, as le waor suffeTr ilg frontm tile effects of sunstroke and con-ll cusioel of ethe braiI.,rCeeived three yeare ago. His death occurreld about noo o1 Wednellsday. ie laveIs a wife andl three chihlren. Mticlh eyenpiethy:ls felt for Mr. Nelson'faumhely brall, clases of the :com uelt ty, lihre ebilg no e ian h ie the distriel more hlighly anld de.vervedly enteemeel thnu 5Ir. C.1'Nelol,son.? 1. i . The meeting of tile MeIutuall Imlprovement Society laIst Tuesday night was well at tended, it being knowr'tliet the lice. J. F. Goalnna- Woulbl read a paper ou " London." These meetings cr0 helhi every Tueday night, and ought to be well attenlded, as it is a very pleasant way of passing an hour. Next week it is decidedl to have leatLts; these, I beliter, are very amnsllg. SOQn ...
AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
,AS WE GO, TO.,RESS.o, Severarl glteresting ,itms;of Caulfield news appear in this Issue, hut we regret' that a full report of the Caulfcld council's proceedings is crowded out. Th report will appear on Werdnesday next, when many mnatters of-interest to Caullield resid. entc will appear.; - The Mayor of Prahran, and Mh'essr. uennett, and Kosky a J.o'P. constituted the revision court held ..yesterday. at Pmhran, to revise tlj electoral roll for the Legislat ive couecil. No alteractions weremade. The City of Prhrlln Lodgeof Freemasons, No. 474, IC., held an ordinary meeting on Tuesday night last, when Bro. Steane a Past-master fromn Goclong was present aud gave a shlortand isdtereting address. It is. conltemplntedl b the lodlge to hloldl, at an early dalte, a grand cloml service in ail of tihe Alfred IIospital. TheSundayolw hichl thle service will take place is not yet fixed. neither is thle place in which it will bIe ren dered.., It is expccted that Sir. V. J. Clarke, Blrl, alh about...
THE SPHERE OF WOMAN. DISCUSSION BY THE PRAHRAN NATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
TiHESPaHRkw'O OMAN. ---4t- iiRcUSsiN lIT Tih+ i.'l?AiiAN NATIVES. An essay on "'The Sphtere of W.wu'ma,"' ollowed by'a lengthy disicin;' lo; was rcad by MIr..W. H. IHold-worth, a memler of thie Prahran branch of the AustrnliinalNativr?' issociation, at the mleltilng of that lnly 1on Yedneoaoy night. The ewoyist renmarked ha he'wnas prepared to meet with opposi ion to the view he hehl--tlhat, socially at bast. womatl does not oclupy her proper ,phere. lIe was fully pyrsunded thni voman was createdl man's equal,iutellectu oly; mill wsv not one of tiho?e whobelieve hat her splhre is confined to the house utd its duties. She suffere disabilities which should be removed, andl the world ,hould,..inhis8opinion, .bethrown open to her in order that she may exercise her in telligence, .anld .ecover.ClTo brud she has lost.... leing,taughtthat all that is re quire of her ist to know how to speak eprrectly! pay nod receivevisits, carry on all nfternoonu tea conversation politely and ngrcenblyito...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 19 January 1889
Specia' Adv'it1smet nts. s uperior stle onu the Shortes? Notice at the OJso of this lussr. I LErmS Architect High-street St. Kildh. TeOde?1, tourroomed wod Cotthget Stitchell-strect-strsct St. Ktlldu. Mendltt next 2o ec. fo AtlnOinehuc JY (ES AEEWS. Saleot , htrssts tu Collar alIaker tt .Itgh:stretl St. K ihlTtop, ite PoI-orutte. SIslira ouilt ery deS.ritiUt Iltttly an t propStly elecutei. t. . JI} kIS AGENCY OFFICEl c "l Toosr. L r, o3 D1 itte IvoSlatrFt , South arLt. geny fior the i uitnlian rllimace Insurntco tnd oner dWtcri tion of Irt ms ort mtdh dis 1 Jli-. Irn t E Irs a secinlty. ".[MOJLS 3IOnrANT, Phmuaofote Tarter and t reairer. . CarlitlE-strpo 't t t t at ,t s' BTrot.t Newa dSstY c.ttBleltv; t. d "Ir. R. -V. K!.20m5'1 TtSindsor. LAte Fember oD D~usical JSrr, SIelbourkL Exhibition. ArPLIE CATuenl List. for the Fjksiser lPart t Itisttiotlstjelttnt Prolist e, the South Tlarr? andl %Vhaor Divisions of the South Yarra. Province c~ul be inspected Rt'myl otlce, 33 Tourak Trod. S...
BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
. OO'LING. The Fitaey and St. RKilda clubbs played on Saturday on the St. lKilla given, result ing in a victory .pr Fitzro Ly by 50 points. No. lrink--Bricknell,Singleton,Hlythl',Fal oncie (e?ptain), 23, v. Lloyd. RIoberlts, Ellise, Watson (captaiO), 2:. No. 2 rink Clohen, Johnstone, Rogers, Hunter (cap tain), 21, v. Pierce, Peters, Fergaon, Miller (captaln,) t1. No. S rink-Crook, Carr, Stalnford,. Meakin (captain), 48, v. Altsen, BraIlfolrd, Attenborough, Duckett (claptain), 8. Neo. 4 rink-Lugton, Strne,, Cdoper, Fa:wcett (raptlain), 38, v. Newton,l, Adnmson, George, Jeals (capltain), 20. Fitz.roy, 125; St. KIlda, 75.
CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
CYCLING. The members of ,ihe S?outhern District C.O. are reqelt.d!tq meet at the corner e f High and Chapel-.strceet at 7 o'clock halrp on Friday night, the r25th inst.,.the run being to the Exhl!ibition ,ie the Temper anee Hall, where they met theother clubs, who take part in the grand parade of club in the Exhibition. Fuill :uniform must be worn, by everytmemher, and mlch ridler i reqtueted to rarry a lamp..
SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
SPORTS"'tUMN. • ":U'P,.·I'C ,K ]?T' *eaf6,t~hln ?.wesr i r inrror sta o1g tltti thaiqs hjtt.nftlt 0 l 00eiloauito townowasaotwi tothyossmtLoh only; It wa roa l\84yatap4t y, thirrsuloet. ing ithainstegdsof wlnni?g oo lhofol tlohinings, thoyazoosoohyan obooigonod roos too opoote· ThbIaaO-' dofatorav'& i?? phjvoi., thle good-bwling-:of tcrobino ohoa roroo' I o"' oT :'SPRi"DEPOT '"ROPIIY. a .oaniticniptoeda.thd meetinglo of the lirHQ #,,iao aEintrihht h clbt for tth onttiht srophy.dhrfwo. l'largo arttelodriee. The :former., heor noot yt.t oujoyto tho plu%004ii otgtoongs abya togho tho latteoo but-patienoeeroseem?oi It .would.reopa its r~wa?? t in the prsaetplethob H. Ruah won fti9 :t00 frqn~t i? ,..?;tlo - oEtmrld c3aptain and :of tor co ?,.O -- -Haawohoboro battiR?.?oLot Rnu BoshtFrjogmnoi otarted tho banttg but the !ntoer let:out too 'ooo and wooa eatily oaight .by jopliero; 1-0-1 wai'the"sco too W: Hal?too jobvld Rush and both maddo sometgtol strikeo, taking the score ptat?hb...
PRAHRAN COUNCIL SINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
PRAHIIAN COUNCIL SINS. ~- Sir,-On the 3rd of Jonaary I ,lodged a complaint with'he r'lahran '~oiaiail 4'ith reference to the grtet mludlle that tha been made in cooutructing thie under ground drainage in our city. The Chalpel.treet drainis a complete falile as tlhey nmust admit..The stench that ariea frm thrte gmt ings is most abhoi?ihsbld thiroigh tih neglect of tetlieh.trlips being placed at eachl grating as a preventative, at a very small coot. The smell from tlhe gratineg lo-n to MIr. ireaen's funiture wareluhou e is particulorly notie?abl? to pdleStria-an-in fact the people raanoot stop to bkhin at hii window. In Peel-street there is anouther'muddle ;in jlaces there are no gratitog but an open ing large enough to admit leadl animal. of Iiy:fdescrlptloliInlo O~?oid dll~ d dinit. It also is a great danger to chilaren. In the face of thaee facts the council reply" tlhey do lotr dcelm it nee?eary to take any furthler action." .If they do not the rate payrias mast. Unio-street i~ ah...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. A CRICKET NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. A CIiICKlT NUISANOCE. SIa,- beg le?ved, tithugh your valuable paper, to draw the attention of the lplice nuthoritis t9 an existjpg nuisance in Com mercia-na, v i., tthe anlgerous praetliceof the gname of cricket" by mobt ot uncouth larrikins. When I tay dangerous, I hane cause to think so, for oe paosing ealong Commercial-oead witlh mny wife, a ball was struck aecro tile footlpathl into thd road within ae inch of her tead, and oil remon sttitngewith thle youhl-be cricketers, it was seailicl with allnbee of the foultt kind. I 'livi, e]sd ie`edi witnuks to insulting language ntd beih.viour towards one of tihe adjoining eliopkicpere, ewhoe felnce ail gnrdelln has been puilled1 to piieee; en, tie itlformecli me that he tlnd made complnailit at,tlte police station, but had received no reireic t ni l hase, o remonstnrting witl tie eill Iirri kins, cen subljected to uchI abusee in tL ie iodieout of llgtuage. The groundeinlwhchh this occryeic optloltite Gmttan ctreet,...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
'l'Ri'm nw Victorian loan of ;l3,),tXW x), for which tenders were to have been operied ycterdoay, is an assured suc cess. Before .flotation it is quoted at £4 Ils. We will not wea-ry. our renders by indulgingi in the ptrhitudes thult hi W arppered with G moinotonous reiteration in our mornint g contemporn. ries rnegording our credit being so good as to stimulate .so grieat demandl. or al 31 per cent. loan at par, but we miny te permitted to touchl upon the trite cause tflia hias allowed. a: 3 per cent. loan to be floatc~, and p ias made it ,so Imuch in rerquest. Then M olr. e (Gosciirs reduced Consols to 2. percent., the total holdingis, of .the public iamounted to i |*Nit,O(X), , abud tie joint stock banks, exhclsive of the Bank of England, Ireld aibouit t3:'),O,(it). Tire banks taint lporssiyed this atimount of 3 per cont. .tock have a paid-up capital of .31,(.UOeXti 'Thus. other lthings re maining the same, by thei alOllunt tile rate ofl.itnlrert payible on- the debt was reduced ...
AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
AS WE GO TO PRESS. Mr.,\V?. Davies has convened a meeting of the Pmhmron Tradesmen's Club for to. morrow evcuing, at 8 o'clock, to make arrangemente in connection with the an nual bay cxcirion. The meeting will be held at Jackson's Prahran Hotel. It is hoped the membero will attend;.nnd.hback MIr. Davics up in his effodrts to oreivoethe old enthusiasm of the club. William Hlerbert and Hcony May, alia, McCarthly, have received 12 and 6 monllth re.peptively for stealing 'f. E. O'lDonell's hore nmld clrti' e reported in Satnlurday's mioue. There are two similar charges penl ing against them. Horse trams are now runuing on the Glen Ilhntly-mroad, betwee the' tlstern wick nIid Ohlea *ulnitly. otadtioH. .TIe tramtu beolbii! i tlhe Catlllield Tramnway Company, and arec, lino doubt., a great coo vetietce to, thle residents of tlie district. One of tile partners who recently secedeld from a city fotince compano y Ihas started a new- j.ournl crlled the ./,deral Garudlffer. There will soon be ...