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POLO MATCH AT COLUMBIA RINK. ST. KILDA v. FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889
POLO MATCH AT COLUMBIA RINK. ST. KIIIDA V'. lITZRiY. Considsrable illtercst was vinccd by lovers of skating on TihuroLsy evening, 23wi ult., in the fricnlly matcht, Fitzroy v. St. Kilia, at thi Columbia rink, St. Kihlal. Tihe game was well contested, and resulted int a win for last yer Ia s champ lsopins (te loctl tCasl), the scores bing-St Ki iila, 2 goals; litz ty, 1 goal. 'IThose who iisitinguishled lthem rselves for ts visitors were s Meors. Cowllie tml Colliss (goalkeeper), ..whll:Iofor. St. Kiilla .M?.rs. Claiske, Smiith, aiIi Cowpeir rereo conspicuous for skiliful play. The Iirt nmteh for this seasron'a elatmpionship will be played next Satunnay evetlin!g betwcca tIle atue tetias oi the Fitzroy rink. Seven or eight teams have cnterwl fur ithsocontcsts. At Ltho Colltunbia rink cothliritble improvmsnttsl tro to be ef. fectis.
THE MATRICULATION EXAMINATION. OUR LOCAL YOUTHS TO THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889
THE MATRICULATION EXAM INATION. OUR11 LOCAL YOUTHIS TO TIHE FIRONT. Apgended is an alplbetljceal liit oh the local candidates; who have been suecce fl in passing the recent matriculation examinationp, and aelso the place where each tf the aentdidates received intltrue ti.n - John Edwlartd tlaimres, Wcqlcy College; Kate Bilyth, Meladme Mloualctte, Qbcrwyl, St. Kilda; Aethar Vivian ttowen, Caulicdht Grammar School. Itallowena Lqwtl tlawthorn Connell St. Andrew's Latice'. College, Itrahran ;n William Edgar C1rlewis, St. lilda Gram mar School. Winnifred Isabel Fuge, Slemceiselle liglolet and t1ih 0tllih, St. Klilha. Stanley t'atrick Oleso9t, rivtlo tqitioe, R Livigstorle S, eA, Prahra. Claude Ivan Lowec, St. K(ildla Sotch College, ]Cthel Kate Innn, Hlolstein Hlou?e, Ladies' College, Winedsor. Isabel Florence Templeton, Armadale Ladies' College, Armadalo. William James Wallace, St. Kilda GOnlm mar School; Dorothy M?Iry Woteter, Shiltey.-hoose, South Yarm.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889
WT wonder whether any of the twelve gentlemen that constitute the Prahran council ever visit thlose valleys of death-termed, in polite parlance, "private streets "--which abound in tile municipality. Do any of the wealtlhy members ever emerge from their palatial homes--abodes of elegance antid luxury--and strollinto tile narrow, rank-smelling sepulchres where the gaunt death-spectre of disease and filth resides, and stalks boldly and continuously among the poor and ill clad eitizens ? Do thley ever reflect, when they are in their beautiful homes, listening to the strains of sweet music, with which the hIappy laughter and joyousness of their children are blended, that within the prosperous Prahran city there are little children dying, amid squalor and horrible gaseous stinks from preventible disease ? Surely, they cannot thus reflect; surely, they can not be aware that hundreds of fellow creatures are n living graves, or they would bestir tloemselves, and would exert tlie poer which ...
PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889
PARS PITHILY PUT. June. Salvation. Blloodl and1 fire. Dr. Figg acquittetd. St. Kilda v. Maori. Iteal whiskey weather. c Mr. W. Ileath's ball a groat suces. . If yo inmean to' pmt tit,?elarcitljei se. Tihe Doublcdic rcia--Fridany, 14th inst. The private streets are aclesd of' leath. Ithe Juuction hotel, St. Kilda--ready for thl'lere are 32,122 muscles itan elephant's trunk. .O.O.'. Loyal Standard social--Frihay, 28th inst. Let the Enxtibition builhding be usced as an Iospital. Hlane work inl tore for th(e " Saints" if they meon to be preloicrs. Mr. 3Mlleer ]uls the licensed victnuallers' arnn for tile ensuing yenr. "Jigger" grown inllneourtby since he Ilas .een this week 's P',lch. Sir lHenry larkI s celebrated h~iwventy. fourth birthdaye on Moclay. The ltnl oef 014,700,0)0 lt ipent annually in relieving the poor of London. It is proposed to imakle additions to tile Jaullieolt Sheit-hall at a cost c f e l!loO. The Tasmanloo ans Ittvc decpartet. IlResult of tip--oce win anc d the cttl...
OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. FIRST SUNDAY AFTER ASCENSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889
OUR LOGAL CHURCHES, - ----e TO-3.OlttOW'S SERVIGES. SFIRST SUNDAY AFTER ASCENSION. The prreachers in tile undenle ntioncrl local churches to-nmorrow arne as follow : HOLY THNrITY CeIUnICI, Balnclavr .Mornting, Roe. Dr. Torrance; aflernoon ot 3 (children's ecrvece in toecoory of n young dcecased chlristcr), Rev. W. Stlcy Choptano; evening, Itee. W. Stacey Chojoano. AL, i SAINTS' CtURncil, St. Kiildl - Morn ing and evcening CHrcIST CttUerctt, St. Kilda--omrnilt nd evcening-flev. W. G. IIintll?y (evening offertory in aid of the Chlino fomine fultl). ST. GEOROGE' I'ItttIItTEtItAN CIIOItOII, ETst St. Kila--3fortin nttad eaenltt, tlco. J. Gortontt Mockic. ST. GEORGES CIIUItCH, Malvertn-3orn. IIg olld vecningl, Rev. C. J. Godlly, 3tI.A. 'PRAtAN BAPTIST CrIIUICII, Cecil InPlace, -3torning anti evcning-ltlev. J. J, tnacletuzir. BInLE CIIIsTIAN M 3ETIIODIST CIIUItCI, Enot Prlteet--Morttittg,..t-loey. W. tettiss; evelinbg,--lte. A. . ogre. I'RAtttaAN CONGREGATIONAL, CHURtCtll lalerntronadl, - ...
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. 3Mr. G. Tale Liltolwi l l hell this lday, at 4 p.m. on the grould, Eovely.-stroet, EM;t S0. Kilda, o choice hoildiog allotment, 4: x 81; ft, ill tie estate of tle late Mr. I1. Fiddes. Mr. J. Townsend will sell oil Tueolay iext, at 11 n.m., on the prclnise~, Glen luotlly-road, close to Elcternwick stnltio, a superior lot of household furniture and effects. Moessrs. T. Jaqon Mariilt anl Co. will srill Mr. O. Milllor'n holseholl flrnliture nd eloects onl tile premises, " Gryscote," Wi-. liaos-roadl, Ilawksbur, at half-pot cloven 'oclock nxt Mtlolay.
COMPLIMENTARY BALL TO CR. GEORGE TURNER, M.P., AND MRS. TURNER. A BRILLIANT SUCCESS. ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY COUPLES PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889
COMPLIMENTARY BALL TO CR. GEORGE TURNER, M.P., AND MRS. TURNER. A BIIILLIANT SUCCE88. ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY COU PLES. PRESENT. Tho town-hall, St. Kilda, presented a charming uccne on tbh evening of tho 30th olt., when a return complimentary. ball wos tendered to the ex-mayor and mayor msaof St. Kilda, Or. George Tunmr, M.L.AK, and irs. Turoor. The decomntlons wre wholly in the chsrgr of-Mr.·J. P. George. The ball-room wao draped with fngs aliernating with long mirrors, and ever greens nere artistically arranged in all partn of the room. Opposite thu entrance door, wan a platform for Iyano' band, wlho were almomt hilden from vieu in their prytty retreat of go, plants, nd user grrens. The' lihbrny wa siturnbd into a teniporary looginglilee,,ioel, tuliein fuirn ishe e wieh couches and other salts, offerel a dolightful rest to the mancera whor must havo thoroughly eijoyod the spletrlid Soor of the abll-roo,. From the librair thn.gunmLe.passed into..th. courthouse transfnrued for the ion...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889
Drapers and Clothiers. COMPULSORY $SALLE MUST (REALISE. : E1 AiO ,T.jI P.RIUE,. come ann~ot ?a?in St nBUI TOas stationcrr an?" ?mSOY CODml Emporium, " WID ORAPi (LS TREEST, TRION) COIRNERl HOUSE, CIIAPEL-STREET, WI.SOR, (OPPOSITE STATION.) TO THE LADIES OF THE DISTRICT .ilZ?s - .eg to inform yoli 'that we aren now holding our First Show of Autumn and Winter Millinery, Mantles, Jackets, ud.Uhlsters. . These departniehts will be'foirid replete witlthe l Choeiccst Goods at MNolerate 'nics. Plush Maontle. aed SlioSC-TJocets in the Latest Sthaprto, trinsoistl sihiisMcaeaver, Seal, and Sltnt, swill 'be .alSpeiality ,this Seasor. In consequence of the thorough know ledge of the .Manllse Department that we. possess, we will, for the fuoture, make it a very pronnent feoatureof our business. I"ih 'le ' ils adllded "eid 'I Dresoinokir j Depaertrment, which will be' noted for 'oPunctuality, Moderate Olarges;nuer Good Style. - A Large A?sortment o' f 'Children's U?tp?ys, Hats, and Bonnets. I lav...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889
Banking Instltutions. SNAIONAL LBANK OF AUS. TRIALASIA. paiMI Subs~cr|}ld, £1,@?,0C. paldup, i,S0S,0No. oervd FAnds, £6oNO.. re Lbiliaity of Sh. lhlcr, £1,500,M55. pFBAIBAN BRANCHS CLuFIc Street. [b5EST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. .u suel an Ergla d, Ire ld Scotld, an I dAtSbe 'd'a Irnchcs tnd LAgencis through the World. . ENGLAND Ahnger. E oAT5i0~,Al SANK OF AUSTRNALASIA. SCapit s~eI~ ?f~j~O £lONt?l Cribe.,2 Rear Tehldo, £070.00. gr~e LIbility of Sha.. ohlers, £I,50,00O. ST. KILDA BRANCH. Cornpih-steaetand Wellingtone t. SmAt t Inte st allowd on MonLey d¢iadltel for flx?! pridUS. D5., IssR, on EnrLgmd, Irelnd, 8otlnsd, n.d (h:~~~nkBr~nse?s lud Agessies thousghost th GORd. ON H. DAE, . GIORDN H. DARE:, 36nap~r. SNATIONAL DBANK 0 AUS T"ALAAIA. n?¢rrol P.ul dis , ,O,(0.. kerne LaIIty f SiIreholcr , £1,T0,0O0. BALACLAVA BRANCII, C.?rlllsc Btrcet. INTEEST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. imt~lon Lnlgland. Ireland. Scotlalnd, nlld tB~ne ] lmbusrnch noll .?.ecies throughout 0"0GEODRGE BERTOE ON, nger. 0A K ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889
Births. ASIIE.-On the 21st inst., at Intomtor, North Brighton, the wife of F. Manley Ashe of a son. BIOLAND.-On thle 3rd 1May, nt Oakleight , the Swife of John James Ialtnod of a daughter. cATO.--o tl;o 1th ilstt., Tatinlo," ~Wtlvets, Sthle wife of Foed. J. Cato--o son. DAVISON.--n the 20th inst., at Tintgeol, SToora.rmoad, South YTarm, the wife of Heonry SE. Dison-t 8daughter. EBSWOBTH.--On the 3ro inst., at Roh-strett, St. Kildn, the wifel of A. 1. Ebsworth fo ason. S ,, ?Marrlages. .: . AlINh G-hJE NKt.NS.--n the O-nd ult., at SUl brlide's residenue, Feonrvale, Humny. t ts-eet, Bttmt, by the Rev. J. M. Koy. Henry Feoerick, eldoest son of J. Russell tanlming, of SouttoYoar, to Louisa Jane, eldest danoghtear of tlhe Inte J. H. Jenktins, of Ballamt. TUSWORTH--BOWN.-Oa the onl 1ay, at SSouth t elbourne, by the oev. J. King, Gorge Henry Sward Taxwotoh, of England, to Alice fayf Brown, widow ol toe hte Charles Wlltnm tmown, of omyostryoet, South oelbourne. Homo IfPors plets ompy. Death...
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889
TOCORRBESPONDENTS ANDiOTHERS. -4----- .i_. Thls Journal is phlishod on Wedadnp~y~d 8,,ttm~dlymorrage and maybeo1?ttned ,mal zlowfs vculora · ' . Theu snblt|ti)on is one I~lmny ?~pg-ir'ooy-ee shilhlins ]?r Rennmnt--ulno shtllhluga I?St?. ?J.o instlr their insertion, and to admit of pmropr clhqsifcation, advertisements shoadd reach this otffe by six 'tock p.. on honlays and up~ tro f p.m, on Tuesday~s ani Fridayns. Subscribers rho may rceive the ]?alcr late, or ireuary r requested to notzly sament Uti mqblote ht the |ttconrclden~o m ,'t? b - II i h ttitt 'tttt m~nta, etc.dtu, t be in Tbrnp, E as dtrt nottcc. nnnot be attended to. Letterb`aitl'ather~ - olumuidcatlons~ Intendc?? for ilacrtion in the news columns shrould bo
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. TIlHE iTolR's PUZZLE BOX. Cnltivato not only tile eoru-fleldp of your sind, but thle plea~sure groundcs olso.--11,ilha e. PUZZLEB nl ~r inl G?Ltunrday's elition and tie nnswera inl .Y ncsa hy' . A P ml--. lady's r ha td e? Eir t 1 ms.- ?rill te given to the g~irl wh. sensa thle greatest Ilmmber of correct ll~swers from 5thl January to 3Ol! June. tRd1 anlothCr--R writing·dCL Flek thll? at el ls.--to theboyIo who sends tile ?reaestl alal~nrr ol wlawers front Stll Jftnuzry to 30tit June." Tile lmnles. will te pulbliahcdl, and comlpetitors nro requtestni to keepg a list ?as chlleck ab'?inst ormror onl our prt. AlMw,.ds mty t rcch th. Editor 1,y .m. on \We shanll be ob~liged if eorres ndclnls snding Irow puzzles will kindly nttacl t ?oI Pansers. it i?. tiot ncessa~ry for conutxdrumsl to Ie originl, l a thoug l weo prefer thema so.
THE SALVATION ARMY. [?]NFERENCE AT PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889
SALVATION ARMY. -+- ,FERENCE AT PIL A HIRAT. Sltio .\nny Ilhd a regular field l'nh.o on Weincdnay Iast, when of ocrhecee on Ilibld religion" loi doh ertck. TI c loelo n ent ere honred it the presecoenc Ig gens of tile Army. There eut "our dtr cemmiscsienr," Mr. "our coloucl" anad "our o njor," Barker adi larriltt respectively. gentleumen addrese large as at the Victoria-street barrceks ate oon and evening. A repre , f1n this journal attcoend the meeting The large barcmek-room Ipfcaole witlhn all sorts antd coun of men and womnen. On thle lflat po tiers, were sected the soldiers, ngmenin snrlct jerseys and woment utol ueightly eombre gowns and jah bonnelrs." Tlhey hd anmong hobigdruc, gipottic wind insltrn of bIr, and a Iharp. r dear conulnliiiuller" asked for a ndnall ulio thie platform crioed oen." The big drum, were eaten coly, tumpets were blown, tam.e nere furiously rattled, suhliers in -uifoerms rocked their bodies to f liucroufy, fand nade wild gebsti lohile thile womeo clappe...
ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, 28th MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889
ST. KILDA COUIRT. TUorqAo.., .,tth 34-. Befcore Moesrs. Oldhlam and Nooaron,l A DaISIOroEsT DoEsrotTIC.--ElleIn 1i erca0 was charged with stealing a 7atch ndei chailr arld qtlter "artileanrd .130, the prooeprtyof Saooh Tuoer. drib same time Nellie t Normola wasaccod Ihving received a golr watch ?nlcht knowing thie same to hn'ave been 01 DIevereanu is a domestic servant, a3d?6 was in the employ of Mors. Tower, a lies it Elsternwiok 'twhere she InnId the articles. Sloe radmitted her hailt wasdischarged witt a cutlliou. lter panion who got the watch from her to* SmllaSh ". at a don e was aio discr~tl W'H'o OTOLE TtOE IIOtIEt-00 hortwe foruld in the Iusrcssion of liam. Harrirs, formed the ubjrect do? trosecution in rwhich tlrris figrlalo S tendant; Tohroe hor belonge?l o Muir, and was stoler frmm the Al?1t oL aout tilcend of last Diecember. It fouod t;i te pos.n~ion of drfendqutolk .tlh insrt., bat, oni 1is showing a tO? Fr its purchase, tt r ? woCoso wih~inih without prejuino, . DEInT ...