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POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. THURSDAY, MAY 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889

POIJ3E NEWS, ItlkkHRA~ .coUT. .. Equsq.LYn~, 31AY 30. lofore the Milyor and 3[ctsts Ileatly, T .:., and Ilqrn'lower, J.P. VAooaAye. -d A nll natted twe Chiaholm was seet to goal fIrot qe for having no visitible menns of support. l)anrs.-Oreder with 5a coats aom in the following cases:--loyd S Co Geo. Allen, £4 17s. id.; Excell hC a II. 1R. Lavenson, £2 17s. td.: F. ?et .Ini., v. Anie Smith, .1o.i J??oih; v. H. haly, £7 15s. Gd.; II. lMorr Jot v. Mrs. D. Grant, £4 as. Orders were mado in the folloi?igam as follows:-- Maylnae,. Nickles ? Ca. ltssici Woolds, £25 ts ld., with 26.ms; hame v. John Duggan,, £5 e G,titI tid. costs; Same v.J. Forretal,423?itdl 20s. costs; S'ame v. linnardsleysnd?'G. £4 Ss., with 5s. costs; Same v. I. Collicr, £9 16s. .51., with las. id m Swmc Y. George IRowe, £4 5s. 10d,n 5s.costs; Same v. Jones and Willey, I 8 s. Id., \vith 5s. costs.

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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THE PULPIT. EVERN BAPTIST CHURCH. FIRST ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889

TPUL VERN BAPTI1 CHURCH. FItsT AN vE RfY. "h othe members of telve In in tthc MIalvern dis hde cir eed of a local place hnta hhehhlp of the pastor d. South Tarra, this wan0t fafitO tota eolsrch cstablsthed or.Jo thpe not cto regt At aCt littlo briCk o creo t Glenfcrrieroad, s r railway station, hoMto0 ~jt to '~l. At t o lther roo of rathr hhich isused for' school ssi ad, thanks to the thrlor llsiamsod, n pistor of 0 tt Cbrch, n other s. l ot 5i tlo , t i o s ,t a. thle first nr .sere celebrted, thle eO OheO . Ito Willisamon in g lt1r. D. Graham, of Col in , erania". Two excellent 1, ioen, and highly at ho Irge cologo miols. The t he Iay nmoaatcs , to t4s eng the iltfancy of the d lr stisfaetory. On Tue lzt the firt tu 00iverTry tea otling' was held, atwhich a of tielnrd we poreseont. Thle wed off well, ever)y one cx r orat the first-class provision tle cnjoymelt of tho~e prc nct learacewas effectst, arid adjourned to the church, atharing was consilerably aug ny who were unable to be...

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FRIDAY, MAY 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889

m.. D.. r', 'MAY 31. d Before the Mayor and yiers AJhley 'etcis, Jt'P. ou c11sI OBOCKNO LANOUA1E..?A 1y , by named John Meson ?s ,ch e.' Constable Dally with the heo, st ,a He was fined "20s. with. Le'ti default seven days' impriseomenne nnel t DEnBT's.--William Bidg lcr eaith ' board aind lodging, ; os5 Ci B* cost0. J. P. BurgOess o. I.. oRClaid and occupation, 45 4 Giodon withohnt consts I.,d .·'hioeth li , Iobinson, £5 s.d 7'd. ; erect-.

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FUNERAL OF A FIREMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889

FUNERAL OF A FIREMAN. T'he remainsi of tihe late Jolhn Henry Howard, volunteer liremnn, who was run over by a handsome cab on tile St. Kiida road recently, were interred in the tSt. Kilda Cemetery on Tuesday afternoon. Ilepresentatives fron tile Ascot Vale, Yar mlaerg, llrighton, Caulfield, Collingwood Volunteers, nIetedon, l ranwiek South barra and 'rablno City attended, thl reel 'beoig manned by members of hisia own brigade--8t. Kildn, No. 2. Captain Her. bert and Lieutenant rat (a were in chanrge of tie processiou.ik A nuerous eoncoours tl spelaltors ossembled at the grac. Stpecintendtcnt Donald, of routh Yarra, and CaptainiltI:.lPherson , of alrighton, re. prsenting the executive M. F. It. A.

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LOCAL "GO," MR. J. N. CUMMING'S ESTABLISHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889

LOCAL "GO," '---e M11.. J. N. CUMIMING't fSTABLiSII. SI>,NT. Tihe rtotlt of Mr. J. N. Cumrning's recent visit to Europe .ocore to lot proving of Ira. monse ndvolltotge to thito ill conectioo wit his busines ns a?ttionllcr, etc., at 88 Chapcl street, Prmhon. Since his return he has becn conotinually adding i nttml'ctions in the form of new goods' selectetd hy hintm ~o'tl obronad. lhe he just enlarged hi I rremims, twhich are now secondt to none, ill or around Mellottnoe, it regardt to size anti con velnience, and has just received a futrther shipmnlt t of gtols from londont, twhiclh are ow readyt for iloljtction. ttheoe include some of tile finoet specimens of fite art re ve ,een.ll Scripturet text-books, be;an. tifully illtstrmted, birthday cards, ill newl t l oiCe otoeitgno, ont t c heaph sttillitg ttriesttf wtool textt , forto thte tototottnototrot ;tpetentco of art novelties tltt have ever becn shoron ino Melbournet. .\'e ctan promn. ltet trett to etltocvr tohes our notvie tnd...

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COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889

COURSING. A very pleasant ,lay's outing was cajoy by a few of the Prahran coursing inph Qtteen's Birthday, when a twelve dulsh ,as run on the M1fount Aitken ,, Digger's Ri st, by kind permissionof 1I lDeattic, ESqt. The winner tumn, Iph Mr. F. G. Corinahi 's Flirt, with.h. \W;iin a Qpql qs runner-up. Ir.l?. Clatrke, as Iloql. judge, gave ueirersa faction, anl everylely returnal toun thoroughly satisided with the dayssp?o'4

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SPORTS COLUMN. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889

SPORTS COLU1 .f·OOTBALirL " y B OVER. SWl hve hnd qlts a surfeit q 't during tho ptat two wreei.,ut 0, i y"re played ahlost 0ce 1 m, ">t gaolnst.the Maori team r - '" her nanilous. The latter tcaol S 'alt h1o T" lay for Launceuton, wlIrU tl o Tohut rcat mnatclhof the ;sao0 i0 l the l* slanld "-North agaist South (thc l'l hling our recent villtors) Th '?at1 heen a highly successful o te fm tP lRm b?il point o?i.vlw, as, aftt. ll en. a lrna. p"id, thro ovill bu alec irl;;' 00 Ilr.-Oir TiiRllny l11 ad.- OO"ratay :lriven out by Home of thig' t: Kill ?ter scntativcs, an d lhad a ood time. r"le" Aflur their visit to liutat, I tckle to to-lday ngaitL t e ot ' t ho • th, St. Killa ground. The latter hare t "llmlkilli" great progrtsl in tlc fismc,„ w0 T ueo llty dlcfle te d iidto o nt of th e' 1a"ll r (undcr.Mr.J. King)" byl then go {o . Thtoi t suficient to show that ,?ot. lHo."sto arnll lurtoll h:ave ec"tat c1ei them vell, arnti the match to lay thualdg worthpeeing.o 'They.hivehao | a h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889

: Publi9,Notlces. PRELIINARY NOTICE. 1 YORKBHIIRE IHOUSE;. R, Morphet, rs CuLLtr rt IlcolnalStewanrt and Co.) 1'1 C?APEL STBEET. PEAlRAN. . ul'.0 NewlShl?, nsarAlblIonHotel l." GOODS." T* . * , * . 3 :,? , V I, fto I'lt, Stlyek and slt, : '• hee e i.. . . .Y "+... . CAHOT HE BEATEN. ALL GOODS GUAHORTEED >L, : : ' Trlar ina lb llaalia ' ;• . :+ r "+;+ J~ii·:: ; ?. :+. +:+::: ; '+'[;;? +,'-' I Y+? + " , ? Whch, for Pit, Style, aud Pric; ":. ' CI+?hOT B)E RBATEB'. •.. : .. ;; ': ," ,? i? ?+ ".'"'In or'around Mdbo~u~e, . ::.:.- :,, . + .: ++, ·· .. . i ?..;,- ..:::+/+' ie , m fs -.-...b is, n - . " . ' . . :.: EL E C:T IO N O. SELECTION? WHY SELECTION, OF COURSE, And the BEST BSELECTION To be made in P R A H RA N. Is at TT. W. WILSON'S HAT M ANUFACT.URING ESTABLISHMENT, 13 Chapel-st., Prahran, SWhere Every Conceivable Shape antd Style ': is to be found. It is the AIRGEST S'OCKi To SELECT PROM IN THE CITY. BOTI1 COLONIAL AND IMPORTIED HAT S, CAPS, HELMETS, AID EVERY DESCRIPTIONof HEAD...

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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 — 1 June 1889

A REMARIKABLE CASE. Unter tho ooo hteodl tto Doocotor fletorfr, ~~~c1JOl 6t, 100 roohlloloro the tollonite Ito ito Our renders mny rectll theeircumstntnces of n young clerkr, ontoot Arthur Iichloldl, fulliolg itucotnihie onl the Whotcyt e LnneI inl this town enme tinme ugo, und being sicked ' up, os he continued foerfectly helples, otnl tolken inn rule1 by twro gCtotlmetnot to tho nftice ni F. W. Fichoer, Esq., tioe oolicitor ooloocntoloyael Iiim. Ooo reeton-igloittoo cnsciuunnsnco It ovn, nseertuittedl toe \R nlllicted tith chlot cec tcdteto iteur uhin oliocce.- Whreto he nun ublo tu ritnok he solotf~l e ccl heeto to hie ilioooerutcrl tons loiois oy hock I to lis ,erh, tle oud. deoofyfoiofoeuoloeuooinnoefloirl nonffefcfl in tle street like a mtn who is knocketf obowot. COo cotonlig to hiu senses~ Ito the colleitor's olfice foe .tloo:glot efout toise niglot toonoto nod fested he tenti ing to hove o nit of illnoese, hloich tee ull knou is a very Ireod. ful thing for a poor mnn with a...

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STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889

STAMP DUTIES. A id. stmp is suftcient for all cheques, no mntttr whatther amount dmri moy he; hut fn thoe case of billa of exchango and Intl Rctdlil~ t~tlE vlueof Oho rioco m0nt, 0s follows : Not exccediog £25 ... ...Od. Exceeding £2.5, ooui not coceod illg£50.............bo. Rxecedling £00, onld not exceed Jo 7.,..Ii. 7.1.lid lExcoe i~nl 7o, ood not oeuro ing £100 ...... ...28. Whoere it exceds £100 the fee will then be clculatl at thoe mte of io. for every £50 obove that omount, or fmctioonl plrt of £00.

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WORTH BEARING IN MIND. FORTUNES IN PRINTERS' INK. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889

WORTH BEARING IN MIND. FORTUNES IN PRINTEIRS' INK. Don't expect an advertisement to bear fruit in one night. BIreul is the staff of human life, ano advertising is the staffi otf businress. A thing worth'doiang is worth doing well. A thing worth advertising is worth advertiting well. Quitting advertising in dull tirmes is like tearing. out a dam because water is loo'' Either plrIe ill prcreilt oodl tinies tfrom coming. The enterprising advertiser proves tlimt ie unedertanls how to buy, bicause tu ad. vertising he kows lhow to sell. People who advertise once onu!y in three months forget that most folks canrot re. member anything longer tihane three days. If you.can arouse curiosity by au adveryl tsemermtd, 'it isa ploint gdiied. The fair sex ldoo't hold all the curiosity in the world. Trying to do business without advertising is like winking at a pretty girl through a pair of gfren ghoggle You may bknow what you ar dloing/ but no aone else does. Enterprising peoplle are beginning to l...

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A MAINTENANCE CASE. ALLEGATIONS AGAINST THE WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889

A MAINTENANCE CASE.': ALLEGATIONS.AGAINST THE WIFE. A few episodes in the eventful life of ThomaP and Apnice Amelia Smith were laid bare for public criticism in the Prahran court on Monday during the hearing of a ?aoe in which Mrs. Smith surI her husbandl for maintenance. The parties, according to the opening statemcntof Mr. Daly, who appeared for the complainant, had beenI married about six years. There was no issue to the marriage, but an addition td the family was shortly rexpected. For a short period durjrpg her manrridcrarqcr Mrs Smith had been an inmate of the Kew asylum, andl since her discharge from that institution her husband had not allowed her sufficient means to, live upon. Mrs. Smith gave evidence relative to allowahccs which had been made by iher husband for her support, aid in answer to Mr. Williams, who appeared for her husband, she stated that she had alwnays behaved to tier husband as a wife siould do to expect him to keep her. MIr. Williams: Have you been in the ...

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MAKE A NOTE OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889

MAKE A NOTE OF IT. For suburlban advertising the old well established local newspaper, which has ecomo a necereity jn cveoryhome, is ahout the best medaium. 'Such a paper invariably cootains, in every itue, soumething that is locally ineresting; ani is tlroefrm'acagtrly lool?ked for, circulates from lurnd to haodl, alul then' is?nst!(t'.'ine fricind in the country The noes columns of laily papers may only h: hurriedly .osnned, and the rhect then throwainseje, but the local journal is tean. 'urld, and the demand for back copies of the Psrahrst, .lrg raph oand ,St. Xi1d, Adrertip, $ srprisilng. ~Iany,businea s men em ,to tlllhnk that, bcauseo a daily naewspawr is sWpposedoto have a wide eir culation, its adnvertising itfluene must be greater-forgetting tlhat not one in a hun dred readers ever even glanceca t tlhe closely packeld columns odoailvertimsmiIlts in the dollies, whic thsj gBuyter majritly ol thoso uiho' do lIook a tsut~b~neu indiesa are for away from the locality it which tr...

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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889

SUSEFUL HINTS. Buy your chequ-ebooks with the stamps impressed. Never sign anything without looking first to see if it be properly stamped.' RIemember, the first person who executes any instrument is responstiblo for atiltntg. nd cancelling the stamp. Do not forget that the date, as well as the initials or signature, muot ho written on the stamp. iave all your printed receipts stamped ready for use. Letters acknowledging payment of any sum of £5 or over by draft or cheque must pay duty. PIenalties may he recovered summarily hefore two justices, and the Minister may allow a portion of the amount to go to an informer. Look carefully at your deeds. One error may invalidate an important transaction. If sveoml considerations are expressed in one document, you must pay on each separately. Do not let bills run too long : keep them under Lu.

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GASALIERS AND BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889

UASATALElt H AND IUTIIt8. You canll get theo eaclpr rlod 1ot ot elUkso t dis , i L (only) rlotrk.~treet, west. Aok if you run In tho right shrop.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889

TRIAMWAh' ACCI DENT. On Saturday night last a lady was steppiUg from a tram ror in Chapel-strret, alman by oome recnll or other lhe lost her footin and wa thrown violently to the grmn ti direceived ta osevern almd, and, wr0 Ilat.tel .into ttle PL.,eTeI'Ir TEA ItAzAAt, 122 CLhapel-street, t'mhmn, where she recivel great killdles.. A cup of ten woa made by tlce nerw moanogers anidl given to the Ioly, who, after she oild drana it, deelareld he fclt refreshat and proeemrcl to her home. We now find that this lolay in reeoOllrendliig our loru Tea to .all her frilelr. Note tle prices wul ctdn-i?o, to lhi, tol 4, Is 8sI, Ac, 2o tt. I'LtAtiThhih TEA IIAZAAIi, 122 lChapel.stlct, 4 doors fInl Ilglhbtreet. Where ehe received great hopiitallty, Tle ilew lmcana?g? made the lalya cupof te? from their Is 8l,--A0vT. IrtOFE lONAL~t 'iEitCANTILE MEN We bag to draw attention to the follow ing, viz.:-£3 a year inourci sayilot ALL accidento to human life, and ceurte! £1000 at death and i5 a week during i...

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LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889

LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. i. IP any person ordero hit paper to ho discontinued, he must tirnt pay all arrears or the publisher may continue to send ulntil payment is made, andl then collect the whtole amnount, wtother the paper is taken' firn the ofileo or not. 2. Thu courts haoy decided tltt refusing to take slewsjpapoRis arid pderidicalsfom tihe post.onflleu, or rc. movino andcl1cving them unalled for, is pri?amfarib o?idene of intentional fraud.

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MUNICIPAL NEWS. ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY 27th. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889

[Tile fol0uual?S Aptlcles appeared I a portion orWednesday's issue.] ST. K r.D4 .OJeCI 27th; Imyr (y.8. ·Jereo:~, andndeirc ,Oo I to ar ih ag jlfor pi extensioB ithe~ tnrairsystiem on. the tram ttnc1, ,at ibls thonp?seng ef I- f righteo oie fae .,the ase chtre yta tt com0ian Ia L er, t tthte b line gt deci t hera°Ort g tro m blattomaiogcul tietoba wee fa .tetiahOlaftresatto cBloaldtk~ o'ohtted'fntor ont l too telo ?moulty. t with a ieo wti e ttg them etr epoctsh er athe S...i.G.. ,ifA AChOMMOAllATilo Cr.r ff~obti?i ,.. ?.., y.? ...... ?0:-clhar~aidertion :of :tho ?natter,i so tho't ·iedmbl? lafbimhtlon: ibuld :b'c::obtalncdl~for i?t~ibh" .?ton totE. lng . .with h dlei .matter. .''" ": '' ~ir TdLEOEBliillCi AtCOdM?ODA'TfI?.?O r. Filley asked the town clerk, thrt'agl the misjyr??qht re)lyiadlilt?l.rccerivd from ,thei Department lin?leganrd:to grantlng et. Ktida, greater telegraphl ' facill iies,'adl he -was i?iformcd?? ,at ':the iepartmst hae dctine ;t?o cotrede any. thing in the dire...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889

Professional. MUNTZ, BAGE, & MUNTZ, CIVIL ENGINEERS, LICENSED SURVEYORS 5S Collin-s tret, 1el4o4 a4e, Late 4 Colln street west NIOINEESS 4or the Shires or f omou;1l; i~ Coulfleld, ?Ialernr, Flhzdors ond Kanugcrn A. LEWIS, ARCHITECT AND VALUA~OR, High.steel St. K Ida. AGENT r theI Nationml Fire nd4 Maine / Insnrupee Com~noy ot New Zeal~naL DR. L S G S S E R S 0 5` Cap 741N444444. Phydcian ndBSurgeon . M oonMlutal femsurnc. ?[? I f )Atr?]ln Widows' Fund. ?c,.cte The Huto|Life insmurne Conm o p.lnny of New Yorki. 09 Onrillcstrt, Pmhrm. At home or onsultatiou, o 10 am.; 3p,4. nd 11om 6 to 8 p.m. [4 )n [, clID 3 0UBOEON II. B. WILSON h14s dn to 14I L? tradlct a report mlo~t industrioulsly circulate; th1t he l44 rLinquished the p rctie o4 hii ,p Lfcion. HiE hours r 4 oasltntion r--oning 11 t1ll I; 5,enn4141r7 Address--tar Co.r4n 324Lv R n*n and LonuE STRsur. ElsT Pnawnn. G e .* STEANE, C.E., Gnt SYDNEY W. SlN SIT, A.Iy.A., Licensed Sureyor 4und Ar Mr4t.1t, 47 Q4uen,.tR et. Smellou...

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THE CONTRIBUTOR. COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889

THE CON!4TRIBUTOR. COMMENTS ON EVENTS. "Sa?r'a my wrapon, but I'm to discreet .· Y94 mya~npaqd ylt talllmeet.': Our good old Queen has attained the limit set down by the Psalmist. Her reign has been a glorious one, ahd future genera tions will share the blessings that three generamtions of her people have already enjoyed. One ,would think that no man nor any seetion f mento could.offer wanton insult to such a glorious and blessed ma jesty, and yet in the record of the Acting. iovernor's levee, on,, riday ast, an insult, tudiced anl palpable, is shown by the various dignitaries of the Victorian Roman Catholic chureh.i abstaining to present themselves. Thlus are the privileges of freedom's reign abused, and thus the petty darts of spleen and discontent disturb the eurrents of a loyal sitream. The Melbourne Debating Institute pro. nounced aw Venictiat their last meeting that will, i think, be bnd6od by every true Victorian. Thie rd-hot Irishman, burning under the censorious and courn. ...

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