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RIFLE SHOOTING. CLARKE AND SARGOOD TROPHIES. SECTION COMPETITION. LOCAL MEN TO THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 25 May 1889
RIFLE SHOOTING. -4-e CLARKE AND 8ARGOOD TROPHIES. SECTION COMPETITION. LoCAL MEN TO THEB.FRONT. -4---- The result of the section competition 1i flncltion with the Clarket.nd targood pophice, woa by the Tnel Itttalion, as ;f gRtls the local 1) Cootpany, is n9 follow: Squel uler tSergeant 8 elk (wvionne?s. of the 4l0t prizo), Ist-l..lpoints, Suqd uoider Sergeant J, R. Scearsbrick, Iod.2lt points. 10lod under Sergeant Dermott, t?d 10L t|onte. SiUad uoder Sergeant ILae, 4th--102 POInts. The total Itlmber of Ipoints gained by the spective companies was as follows : D Conmpaoy, lPrahran......... 461 " 'C y ool, ay :::::::::::::::::::: 4/? C Company. The shootig of the local mein wao greatly Upehor to that of tile other companies of the battalion. They made liti pointt with Smen, while A Company, with:80 men, It. pointt, sad C. ompany withi 607
STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 25 May 1889
STAMP DUTIES. A Id. stamp is sumfcicnt for all cheques, no matter what tho amount doawn may be; but in thie cst of bills of exchange and promiasory notes, thc duties are to be regu lated according to thc valuc of the docu ment, as follows :o-o . Not exceeding £25 f.. ... 6d. Exceding £256, and not exceed- s. tr•?i~g £10 . .. ....los. Exceding £50, and not excce.d to Ing £7 ...... ls.6d . Exceeding £75, and not excedn. t, ing £00 ...... ...2s. "Where it exceels £100 thre fee will thenl be ealculated at the.rate of Is. for every, £50 above that aminount, or Imetionia part of £?0.
MENTAL HISTORICAL SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 25 May 1889
MENTAL lIBTORIOALee SOENE. In the year- the leaderof an army marched with his followers against a Turkish pacha, who commansled an army of 14,000 men. At midnight Ie reholved to atteck the enemy, and, eas ie wna nsabet o engage in the fight, he said," If yoe mlse me in the battle, seek for me in thopacha's tent." At the sound of the bugle the fight commenced. The enemy, taken by surprisc, fled !n terror. The lealcr of the ietoraewas twice :wonmndcd in the conflict, and being carriedl off the field soon expired. ivre the name of the leader ofthe vic tores; the name of the Tarkish pcha ; the year, and the place where it happened.
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 — 25 May 1889
A REMAI KABLE CASE. Under the above heading the Dionter leportg1 ~~~lof Ju:pbly t,17pblhes the following in i? Our reader may recall the circumstances of a youngclcrk, named Arthur nlcholdh falling Insensible on the Wheatley Lane in tits town some time ago, and being picked up, as he eontinetd perfcetly helplcta, and taken.ln a cab, by two gentlemen to the 'ofljc of F;: W:Fishcr, Esq. tice eolieitor who employed him. On restoring him to consciousness it was ascertained he w'S allicted with what seemed to be an incur able dieaset. When he wasnble to speak he said he hael been to his dinner and was on his way bhack to his work, when sud denly his head was in a whirl:and he fell in thie street like a man who is knocked ldown. On coming.to his sensea in tlie solicitor's ofice he thought w?ht this might mean, and feared he was going to have a fit of illness, which we all know is a very drcid: ful thing for a poor man with a family to care for. With this in his mind he at once sought the ...
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 25 May 1889
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. TIE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. Cultvato not only t rhe re s oyo mind, hut the pleautre ?olmds tao.--lltely . PULs S w p~ r i t Sturdy's edition and the answers In Wednesday'sa. ?. PmR,-? adyn's IRon4 Img vallued t EL Is. wllt be given to the girl wh·'senda the greatest wumber of orrect answer fm & 5th J enuary to 3h bJunond nothr-drritingdesk, valued at w1 er.--to the bey who ssndh the greatet u tmbor of answers from 6th Janmary to,*Oth Juno. The ?!rnos. will be published aml ceompeltitrn Abnswers must rerch the Editor by6 p.m. on ?ondays. Wt shall bI oblhgedhift orre ponents sending oow puzzles will kindly attahh til answrs, it Is • t naeessary for co inn lrma to be orgl~NI al shough we prefer thecm so.
OAKLEIGH RAILWAY REQUIREMENTS. DEPUTATION TO THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS. ADDITIONAL TRAINS WILL BE PUT ON. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 25 May 1889
OAKLEIGH RAILWAY REQU MENTS. S : -.- - -4-- DEPUTATION TO THE Rll" COM11 ISSIONERS. ADDITIONAL TRAINS WILLI PUT ON. MIr. Keys, M.L.A., al r. Dr M.L.O., on'Tnuemay, intrlucial" tion to the Railway Commimioncn,1 requeot that dltlltonal tr1ins ib run in tho morning from 0aklci8lgh hiourno at 9 all I0 .m., ad'ln tb I, noon from Mclhourno to Oakletgh l 4.40 p.ni. Thc morning traln commodntc busil|ncs poIItc dLl.d getting into town early in the The afternoon tIin at 4 ocl "O erv .theo school chhilitren and tIo sirous of rcturnhin home. The Conirlrioione hih that th, coAshlered tite nirtCir,&hdl i~l&lt;»"°t hal suflicilt rotllilg stoc!l>"il" Princer' Irhip' platforin to p traln from Oaklltleh at .llil" nnd frim Mecllilrri t h i .l nIso promised to try an lPs from Melbourne about 4m.' inturday aftcrlool ot 2 eolo
ALLEGED MALICIOUS [?] SECUTION. A PRAHRAN PUBLICAN SUED[?] DAMAGES. VERDICT FOR DEFENDANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 25 May 1889
ALLEGED MALICIOUS P S SECUTION. A PiAllRAN PUBLIOAN UEDft DAMIAGES. VERDICT FOR DEFENDtsl ST Iottoor Jude Worthingtone - day delivered a reservedl decidies Couilty Court, in the coaef Darbyr ners, in which the plaintiff, Thoc Snightman,suedthe defendant,Alfi ners, licensee of tie Albion hotel, ?, street, of Pirahran, for £9t damoe malicious prosecution cnd fLo i0 ment. The evidence that ihd bn ously girven in the care ma to thi that the plaintiff and another i ,yre found in the defendant'yadms i ud l11 o'clock on the night oft of January last, and when askhel ht ,yore doing there, said that they we1 ii g for a bottle of Ioer which wOv left for the nlghtoan. Sommos ,rent into hris house to obtaai she Id whenI he returnedt to the yrl atined that the two men had Idit teon ILt no right in his yard, 100i cbnld do tled; worlk from the o~td ie followedl them for s~me distim then gave thom into custody fori. awafully 'on his prcmisel The 05 Iecnrl on Tipesijay, al liis"i Io iso decisioan an...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 25 May 1889
CIUCKET. The South Yarmr Union cricket club, not being able to get a team together on oe eont of the superior attractions of foot nil, abandoned their match with thie VWeat Ielboume O.C.,w ho thus take third honors In the hard.wicket competition for tkhe Iports Dcpbt trophice.
SPORTS COLUMN. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 25 May 1889
RTS COLUMN. FOOTBLL. fry ItoVO. e UEn birthdty falling on a Friday Thl ue tge ltos been taken of the this er, i for the majority of our al t Yvisit to play two up.country lbs ,ensy the Tamanians--who n 0 yn combined Victorian e 0 tle prmviona Hatutrday-mO t a ca fro the Sit. Kilda club, on the East ea romu the lroa'l of the matLch lb~o tel gIemd from the St. Kilda h furtumtely the day was avery ground n n a result good football sowe the question. Elght of theousoal nso tmwere absehnt, and J. Lorraine eas apointed captain. Several of the woi ear rere inerluled omonft the aor ,em l severa.l of tllhe visitinlg te;m blosltmout The latter lhaving been de nei easily by the Victorian team on rddaY, put their best feet foremost, but he grnol was slightly against them, and bo they cn a little bit off in their ,eiegt Or gels. Mr. Shaw ofileiated as .n fpire. The "Tassaie" won the rent t oat behind Wras obtained by the riiors, and McCoy scored a similar point the Saints. The Maori'o dribbling ...
OAKLEIGH SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 25 May 1889
OAKLEIGH SHIRE qcOUNCIL. Present-The President (Cr. Wilson), Crs. Willis, Lavidgc, Wilkes, Beggs, Thylor, Binns, Armstrong, and Leonard. OAKlEIGHos AND FERNTREE GULLY TaItAMW .-On thc motion of Cr. LeIon ardl seconded by cr Wilks, the standing onlers were suspended to allow of the secretary of tile above company, Mr. Percy Longbottom, to make a statement. Mr. Longbottom stated that through tihe aecidenttl omission of the swol "steam," in the application, it woMld need amend ing. It was decided by a unanimous vote to amend the application in accordance with the wlisles of thle company.. 'PEtIvtI'sn.-kA. tititio weas lresented by Cr. Leonard from a number of rte payers recqucstingthat a proper:approach be made from nBroad-street, to the station. A deputation of two, MIessrs Nelson and Wilkinson accompanied the petition, and stated that they kte'w for a fact that the locality was suffering from the defect in the road, but rather than have things done' in ,idltA thivj ol'd weoit a yeor,...
MUNICIPAL NEWS. PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 25 May 1889
MUNICIPAL NEWS. PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY 20. Preseont-The Mayor, and Cre. Fuller, Hem!l,,Parry, Ellie; Brown, Inglis,. Ed. wards, O'Donnell, and Beatty. INOREABED HOSPiT.Iv ACCOMMODAA TION.-A letter from the Melbourne com mittee, in connection with this matter, asking the mayor of Prahran to call a pub liHe meeting of citizens for, the purpoose E forming a localsub.commlttee, wasreferred to a committee of the whole eounelltihe mayor ?'omarldng that thoounv ICL thol already gone to considerihble expense it connection with the Alfred hospital. GAs.LIGTEus.--In reply to acomplaint from the council, the secretary of the Moetropolitan Gau Coonnaun wroe, ~atlnk that an nadditional man had been put on in order to;havo theo street lamps lighted and extinguished at proper hours, and with regularity. FEVER CAMP.--The secretary of the fever camp confereneo:f?iotardr'an anc count for £103 ts.; referred to financial committee. NvIsANCE IN CLARKESTREET.-- A peti tlon from a number of rmtepaye...
SOCIETY MEETINGS. THIS column is placed at the disposal of secretaries of local societies, etc., from whom PITHY reports will be gladly accepted. PRAHRAN CONGREGATIONAL LITEEARY SOCIETY, SESSION 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 25 May 1889
SOCIE~r !" ?iEETINGS. , oL ?'l O5e ? tios, etC, from whom rewue adWOnOOBhatidl uytod. CA l NONGEGATIONAL LITE SE tS6ON 1889. tphnS o this year'es oson oft i soctwas accomplished on lIon w1£ ae ooeu ,? ?-hi _re~dnt hh"e'Oih ,- loducin then llectui arerd b h baesldt?? tho.? ?oe .Olic. wiapoiblly, he cu. ldV not.iel sub ec bi" ai ug An Engli I am," ' Mr. Coplandd wg' Slien chaitdler .olurprocooom, shelehge edon do lasetdwinga reppwlcuel ti er? n t ohdaleo~Ri the j ,-;t e r"81o 1 ofntdo e anevs4yless"aoor est parents," winsher lIf fthrer, s ysire a workman in . million the nt '?h'hfll,~!B~ill'wng?of,"6"n'dyila . ie v..idill0tors iUhl totrt 'n Fcconnt, and. consequen y ee' 0 "1ohre;Or , ibeghttr o on"dlgetd ;eh hi toldll h constituents that hisd jus'te' siia eh? is they'vere,i /nidv'~U t""Jolini's ot her maih no amibleg s pitohn o :;doEnglishown~ t om, lr· Coelamd~ WOOu achildo ho wys.very delicate, prso is lectueh Is ,hsfinrve frears were:'ntertaincd ofhnis ndon ruachieg man gmod l'hl "...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 25 May 1889
Builders and Contractors. T IIoINAS BOYCE'?st marnse Ballderan Joiner, i.Nelsonstreet, Balalavan (uenr the raLLw y Mtatu). E?e phon of Joinery work .e.e.t on Olers promp~tly attended M. Eddp~~a,~,f Jtk ,a ' W. Vanstone, BUILDEBR AND CONTRACTOR, Sutherlad.rmod, A RSA DLE. E. Fitch andSons, 1uilders ad Cont nors,' Wdlingto -strat, St. Etimn (r Jnctlin). hve on 5lr , at Il Uonrno yricr;-Dmhz Pipes (all sizes), Gitier ,icks Knd Tiles, GOare EdSin. PirttChemi., Fir, Lumps, Chimt ey Po, Iit ts IIt0Soe, ,riM' inda0, laving ,nd onitdedM Lime,, Cement, ILs tar, Fire Clay, Flower POTS, Vases, Penl Pots I Ea:timn1atc givencu ,gfor every. description of ttptidteg. ;;t. K~fi lda eah'buses l?.ss thle l~remiecs. MOUNT ERICA BRICK AlD TILE YARD. H. England, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, Hlighshutret, Prmahr (near Wlliams-road.) HAS always to htl, t Itrgo stock o! D,,S, 1 , PiTt,, Gutter Tilt,, Otofmagn's Pa1ten1t Oricks, Flow~erPots. Chimney Pots, Patcent Ven. Llators, Ver~nalh Tles, Grden E~dging~ IIir....
NEWSPAPER CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 25 May 1889
NEWSPAPER CRITICISM. It is a pririlcg every newspapcrr rerves to itself to critwiese, adveerely if needs be, for the public benefit, anytlling in which tho public is deeply interested. It is the custo of Hi. I. Varner &E Co., proprietors of the renowned "Safe Cure,' to flood the country, and especially tbe post ofliees with meticol poephlcts. The writer hue token the liberty to enxnmind oneof these marvellous little booko, and finds food for criticism, but before indulg tag in it, will give our readers some uota tions therefrom frmre the highst nledical authorities wtdhich we believe worthy of considcration. UnCder the ead of "No Distinetive Symptoms Apporent," we fine: irit--More adults are earried off in this country by chronic kidney disease than by any other one mala?ly except consumption. -Thompson. Seceond-Death from such diseases are inereosing at the rte of 250 per cent. a decade.--Edwaurd. Third--Bright's disease has no symptolms of its own, nd may long exist withou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 25 May 1889
At a olitical nmc ting tle other evening tbhe eandintc won being questioned--fliet on one subject, then on another. All of a sudden a holynaskcd hin ,to ?pl~pnrL 1 bill proihbiting tliosimi.o'of i iferibr tb. "I eaUQt iuteri?, with° the. liberty of the H'sj~b]? ilindih?,'J sr?d tli6 ?anllidate, "hut I will ladviso all my constlituents to drink only thenpur teansplicmie y the Plantes Tea Bannar, 122 Chupelitrect, four minuts from Iigh-street, at is., Ia. 4,1., Is. hi., -s., and n. hd.,r olbh. Thiicanmlidato will hb tlttea],,m Can lidtcs, minam your T's.- VARIATION OF CLI.AITE. Old colonists -My thlnt somo thirty years ogo the severity of the winter wow not so great no it einm been of lIte years, and there wvs then, especially in the interior of Ant tnlia, a eomparntive immunity from cohls, eo nd ahffetioan of tle chest and lungs. Now chuhrs tmod very maoy others now honor by frelucutly paiuful cxperieuce tlht this olettoof thiogs no longer exists, mod flmt around the coot line of til...
HEALTH PROSECUTIONS AT PRAHRAN. GR. HERALD OBJECTS TO PRESENT MODE OF PROCEDURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 25 May 1889
HEALTH PROSECUTIONS AT PRAHRAN. CI. IIIERALD OBJECTS TO PRESENT MODE OF PROCEDURE. At the Prahmn counceil meeting on Mon day evenino last, Cr. Herald started a discuibo ~~ilini ths prefbit mode of procedure adopted by the council ofilcials in prosecuting ratepaycrs under the IIeallth Act andl ity b~ye-lawns. Cr. Hierald consldered these prosccutloils hpul~Pngt undecrtakcn off-hand .by the omlcnla, who should await the direction of the council. 1He would lioe t nsec a icgtl;r 'system aolopted. Hoe was aware tile city inspector, under tile Amcnding Act, :was liatle to a penalty if he .knowingly allowed a person. to commit a nuisance, but this. section' only'applied where the inspector nwas negligent In carrying out the dlirections of the local bonrd of health. To put himself in order, he would move that no peosecitiousshe unodrtuhen cutept by The shayor: oVh.t'about nuisanccs that reqluirc lmmeoslt?,(abnsaterp~ct I _ Cr. tarry ?imhl tytc' inshc) 'e~lntt?e w? ..lsetrL,'uotf o'ale?fl t5...
THAT TOORAK TRAMWAY SIDING. PRAHRAN COUNCILLORS ASHAMED TO ADMIT THEIR ERROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 25 May 1889
THAT TOORAK TRAMWAY SID S.ING. PRAHRAN COUNCILLORS ASHAMED TO ADMIT THEIR ERROR. At frequent intervals the unfortnuato bungloemad by' the Piahmii council in prevcnting tihe trimnway company from .:onltrnctlng sodinRat'South? Yare atttox, ep. up? t thecouncil, meetings; and on E'eCiy sInh occusonit ianmusingtowatclithe couneillors' manmurres. They a!vay; etart their speeches by saying tihe council ,as ,quite right, and thetu proceed, to cot about for means to see howrthe idioteic and expensive bungle can 'be remedied wvithout compronmising the dignity of the council. One or two alternative pro positions have been made to the company, velo stft,le in effcct,'thrt tbhey will'con struet a siding, at South TYarm station or non'at ll. Thie e6uncdil on( Monday night last, were affonled a good opportunity of repairing past mistakles, but they had not tAemoiralocouniseto'say 'two have er?d,!' arrd to accept the propolrition containedrl in the following letter from the secretary of the Tramwa...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. PRAHRAN RAILWAY STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 25 May 1889
LET ERS TO TH~ EDITOR; P'RAHRAN RAILWAY BTATION. Sir,-Can you inform me if the Pmrahran ounoillt waited oni thcrailwdjy commls oloners, or did Mr. E. J. Dixon, M.L.A., re garding the construction of a new and ulitablo station at Pmrahmn, and what was thc commloioners' reply ? Yours, &c., . ..? ' ' , &lt; , :, I . RATEPAYER. ' [The Prahtn: councillors urgedi the clnims of the 'city for a'new railway station upon the 'com'issionero at a deputattion hold rbecntion on arioo noailway minattrs, arid were informed that provision would be made for a suitable building in the tistoatCs being prcp?red "Subsecqootly ifr. Dixon interviewed the commissioners, and obtained a reply. silpfnto thait already given to thlecouncil.-ED.
CHARGE AGAINST A ST. KILDA DOCTOR. NEGLECTING TO REPORT TYPHOID FEVER. THE CASE DISMISSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 25 May 1889
CHARGE AGAINST A ST. KILDA DOCTOR. NEGLECTING TO REPORT TYPHOID FEVER. -4 THE OCASE DISMISSED. Dr. brthur Keogh, of St. Kilda, was pro. secuted in thelocalpolice court yestorday, by the central board of health, uisnder section 9 of the Public Health Act, on a charge of neglecting to report a case of typhoid fever to that body.. Mr. Gillott appeared to conluctd the pro secution, and Mr. OGaunson appeared for the defence. lMr. Gillott, in opetiing the case, said that no doubt it would be urged on behalf of the defenodant that he.was not the medical attendant in charge of the case,but, having reported the case to the local board of he health, ought alo to have reported it to the central board. They were entitled to a conviction in order to show that medical gentlemen and others had a duty to dis charge on discovering a case of typhoid fever. Mr. J. N. Brown, secretary to the local board of health, deposed to the defendant having lodged the usoal notice regarding the discovery of a case...