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ST. KILDA DEFAULTING RATE-PAYERS. SUNMONSES LOOMING IN THE DISTANCE. COUNCILLORS AMONG THE DE-FAULTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889
ST. KILDA DEFAULTING RATE PAYERS. SUIMONSES .LOOMING IN THE DISTANCE. COUtNCILLORt AMONGq THE DE :FAUILTERI.0 At the meet(ing of- the St. Kihla council on Monday evening, Cr. Pilley said the council hal lpreviously fixled a date for the paysent' of rates, after'.which time sum. sonses'were to issue against those in ar rears Hle asked if any action had been taken in the matter I.by the finance com. mnittee. The Mlayor: The date fized sca the ced of Manrech. Cr. Pilley: And we are nowat the endof 30sy. Cr. Coaniberc, as tihe chairman of the tI~naacc cnomittee, said no action had been taken. The rates ivcere coming in svell, and Ihe did not think the finance committee would have been jostifie in issuing sumn monses Cr. Pilley moved that summonses be issued against atl ratepayero in arrears, and that tile tinonce committee be instructed .lytliuetinall'o Act 'ccordingt ' iC; Cr. O'Donuell connidered thii would be a rather arbitrary courso to pursue. The rates lhad been coming in very wel...
DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889
DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLEIGII. [oFRo03 on OwN COIIR-PONDENT.] Dr. Simplson nnd MIr. Johl lgeram hanve been electled members of the local board of ldvice. It is sntlislfactory to see prorminent nell offering their services iln matters of tInls hilod. On Thursday 24th ult., R. tlloson, Esq., rntertaioed a large numberoffriendsat a garden party at his residoence " lelgrove," Murnrmbeena. Notwithltanlling the cold, everyore enjoyed themselves. There were plenty of out-door games, and lovers of tcluis amused themselves at thant as there is good court. Those who did not care for games foulo so much to admire in the beeutiful garens, r, wrhere there war seo hlleh hlleltr, that moot of the visitors preferred Icing out of doors. The ten was arranged in teo roomsr, ole for tihe chiliren nd tile thler for thleir elhere, to whichi amile jus tice was done. Dancing and games made tire evening pans very pilearaltly, end every ore went home well pleased writh their host and his diaughters, to whomr thle...
MUNICIPAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889
MUNICIPAL- - MlMt?. ThIe ..ufortI IIts tli-it ..ltm....t of tih 'Town-hall clock Ires ao?ol a lgreat deal of otocoe to olr worthy citirels. To weody tie evil, Syl.vdno?yll 1rrio, juot nacr lie Town-t:oli wll coo :ewnte thcbo by uciltltg of it tlt otus \lty too I)rICo, testt "Mtr?io" blobs too 5o. ti., goowoto'd. N'oto? ith Nowbor--ti.L '
AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889
AS WE GO TO PRESS. A sale of seasonable winter goods is rnnounced to be helh in the Mount Erica Weseyan Schoolrooln oni Monnday evening next. A nmusical treaut will also Io rclered by the combined forces of the Choral Society and choir. A nmall clharge is made to detfray epcnEes qf tihe rercsh. mrcqt profit~el for tall cqmcrs. The l~ct. W. Staccy Chanpman is an. nounced to conduct t spccial stervice for children at : put. to-mnqrrow, at Ioly Trinity Church, Balaclavn. The service is in memoqry of a young deceosed chorister. Tile collectitn at Christ Chlurclh, St. Kilda, to-morrow venintg, will be dlevoted to tie Chino IFamine Fulnd. Tire Rlcv. W. G. flindley wrill olliciate.. Soreral local itlpos Slppfering on unor lifth page tol-day, oappeared in a polrtion of 1ed ne day' issue. Mr. .\. Lewis, architect, invites tendlers for vnrious works i. orte advertising alumns. It iS nqtilid thoft cloctoo' rights* fr the Armodale division of thle olecturial district of Toorak are iossued by th...
INLAND PARCEL POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889
INLAND PARCEL POST. Limit of weight of parcel, 71b. (but where mnails are conveyed on horseback, the limit is 3ib.) Limit of tize of prcel, 3 ft. 6in. in length, or 6ft. In girth and length cornm Postage (to be prpaid by stamps):- d. 1 oil. o. Id. 2b.. I 4l ... Gl ... 1: i1b ... 1 0ll ... 0 711 ... 2 0 TIlt JUITICS-At?.IC- E R? EN.1c 0UI BAN0. is biecoming Siltply intoleramble. The morals of tile community have recently rcecived a drclful lihock at the conduct of the justices of the peace who swarmed ipon the elboune police-ourt ibench to protect a notorious harlot and procuress. In a letter to the daily pres., Mr. Henry Vnrley, tile well-known evangelist, says : " I am in a position to prove that withinan hour of the time of the dismissal of the nimmons one of the bench was .cn walk ilg, arm-in-arm, in Collins-street, with na prominent supporter of Madame Brussels?, who nrmk it his businso to introlodc 'gentlemen' to this dleglraded woloman's honacsr" Is not this lotnt piece of jus...
THE LADIES' COLUMN. AFTERNOON-TEA GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 June 1889
THE LADIES' COLUMN. .:A. FTERNOON.TEA GOSSIP. BtY ELLA. Primary colors are to be In vogue this season, and to those who disliked the cold, dull shades seen of late, the intimation will bi apleasingone. Navyblue,"gendarme," is deeper shade of the latter termled glebis, but very prefcrasle to the sickly tint worn tluring the last few monthlls, and a fourth which bonrdrs on violet, will all be usad for morning ont-of-door costumes, and tur quoise.ble and azure for evening wear. Glace kid gloves are more popular in London than tile tan suede ones, though the latter are still in favor withl tie Parisians. Fr boaders on skirts of evening dresses is one of the latest styles. Blnack fox ias placed on white satin, and blue on gold. A lovely white costume, worked in silver and trimmed with sable, was one of the gifts received by the Princess of Wales tfrom the Czar and Czrarina on the occasion of the former's silver wedding The shoes worn recently by Miss Astor, of Newi Yoirk, on her wedding ...
ROUND ABOUT PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
ROUND ABOUT PRAHRAN. -4-- [Bl A MtEMBEn O0 Or BTAPI.) The formation of the city into wards waos accomplished in the hope that by in. creasing the number of our municipal no. presentatives and reducing the area of tho varlouas divisions of the city, the primary r.esult would be ocreased advantages. It was concluded that each roproscntatioe would have more time to attend to;hlis municipal duties, and that thoreducdarea of a ward would enable men of knowrvn ability and moderate means to sock cler lion to the city council. Thie result has peroe dllnappointlng In some respects, for the cost of the last elections was altogctarer beyonl what was necesscary, and olncc then it has lrn ar rau re to catclt sight of a councillor as it Is of a whiite peacock. The Mayor, and he only, can be seen " fosie?k. Ing'" irlout the req?lrementu of the city. It is in tis manner that councillors are dIfeating the object of dividinrg tire city Ilto rwanlr. Councillors complain that their cfforta are not appr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
"The richert blood, swcetet brhellI, Id fairest skis is1 Dr. Soslo's Amer?eau IIop Iltlera"? EAD VT. Sydney Harris is nowl shliowing at 69 Clmpelstrect, I'mPrahran, a now consiglmenlt of very hadeonlo e carbot hair ornalnlllft in gold and silver. As tho seasno Is just acoming on. for rtico, bol, be. the oppor tunity Ioow penoahet itelf for procufillrg or tlle-n at Ilns 1i per cent discount sale. [CavT.) Queenas Uiirthduy honors aee prosents are being distributed by Sydney lbarris. eweiler, 69 Clhpel street, Pruhran, Watches, kiloks, jewellery, aend ectro ltne t mst all be sold at a crifier. ADnvT.1 Ifollnowae' Ointment anul Pillh.-Out eanl infirmitiee.-llefoee thie discovery of these remedie mwany sces of sore, tlcee, c., er I pronnouncel to be incureble, bcause the treatment pare?l tleanded to deetroy the strength it was incompetent to jrcsere, awl t exa.epeemt the symptoms there. iauletlutte tin remowec. tlnlneiwy's 'ills exert the moet wholeesone pten s et r htne tthealthy tlent ...
CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
CONUNDRUMS. 1. What ancient seat of learning would give the most welcome sound to a hungry man at dinner? 2. Why is ourPrahrsnmarketonanSatur; day night like a bee hiro? 1. Eton (Eat on). 2. Because it is a point of attraction to a swarm of bury workers, 'lorence l'Punell, 23 Ellzabeth-street, South Yarrn, nswners Sonnquare Wordl, Char. ndc,, Buridl Names, eheudaled Won's, Disiomsnai iPunslo, ansi ott Conundrums. IRobert Gillmeple, unswers lethea'le Woenls, UDiamonl Puzze, Charduie, Square Word, ollried N?ames, and COonndrm No. I. Lily Walker, South Yurmn, answers Ciur adi, Diamond Psline, o eurll unlacs, holdeaieid Words, and Square Woel. F. sjurlewis, llobestreet, St. Kilda, answers Behl?eafdl Words, Burined Namer, Clharade, I)iamnond Puzzle, Conundrum No. 1. "-!T. Serfe.)fl?; Mackay-sticr, 'Prahran, nsna'ers luried Nalmce, and B.lehded Worns. : J, Morgan, South Yarra, answers the Dinamond IPulso, Buried Names, and Behleaded W\'ordls. II. Oilllesploe heas mde a good attempt at No....
BURIED GIRLS' NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
B nRIBD OunIL' NAtES.. 1. You are a daring Ind. 2. Iob, Essle, and Madgea many g 3. Take a bun and'a bisenit. 4. Sam you will have to go. 5. Are the lads out. 6i. You will fAinrl no rabblts here. 7. I am on n high momntain. i. IHnnaih obpen the lnoor plecse. ANSWII-- . 1. Ada. 2. ltlssi. t. Una 4. Amy. ii, Ethel. 6. Nora,. 7, Mona 8. Itope.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
Toi vigorous action bcinigtakien by the Malvern shire council to compel owner to form, pave, and channel private streets could be followed with advan tage, by, the Pralran counciL It. wil be remembered that recently very heavy fines were inflicted by 1Mr DaunnY, P.M., upon property owner who failed to comply with the order, made by the local board of health. W' expressed a hope at the time that thlese proceedings should bepersistentandcon sistent, and not merely one of those spas medic outbursts of indignation at on insanitariness which makes an expiator sacrifice of one unfortunate propert owner,: while allowing hundreds o other guilty ones to escape after the temporary spasm has departed from th mind that is clothed in ollciol authority WVe are glad to observe that the Malvorn council do mean business,,fo at the local police court on MIonday twe more delinquents were summoned unde the Amending Health Act. In on case Mr. FrIED. HPUGEns, the shir secretary, stated that a space of 15...
PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
PARS PITHILY PUT. ily your rates. Doubleday s?ocial-l1th itot. Nimmo Burn--with ludignation. Cyclorama increasing in popular favor, BIaue.bawl season in--Parliament open. 0t. Kilda v. Muorieo--u fair attendlance. Mr. oMunro to be leader of tile opposition. Mr. Derbin Willdor, J.P., is fifty-seven to-day. "Snowy" Griftlths a good man for tho St. lidia. Martel, thie ha~dul of the great distillery at Cogunc, is doald. Mr. Du Soir has been appointed libmrlarian by the Prahran council. Even the public clock at Creswick is to be illuminated at night. Mayoress of Prahran reception to-day at t p.m. at the Town-hall. Sir Henry Loch to be banqucted in Lou don by prominent colonists. The German Empero; now hus his Berlin palace lighted with electricity. The Maories hlve not mcade a financial success of their trip in Victoria. Mr. F. Best on the warpath-St. Klda concert for the new grand stand. In the city of New York there are no less than 9,000 Chinese residents... Diemascus has l-0,000inhabi...
BEHEADED AND CURTAILED WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
IEHEADED AND CoUROAITBD Wonos. I am to n?capo; behoaod me, and I tam a promontory; change my hoad, and I am a linen ribbon; eurtail me,andn I am to knock lightly; chmngo myhhead,and 'am a cover Ing for the head; chango my tlail, and I nm a domewtic animal. , ANSWER- SCAPE,~ APTAPE, TAP, A"P, CAT.
THAT VALLEY OF DEATH. DRAINAGE AT KARLSBERG ROAD. THE LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH "SUSPECT" THE EXISTENCE OF STAGNANT WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
THAT VALLEY OF DEATH. . .. - . . ... - . . .. . DRAINAGE AT KARLSEIR nROAD. ?T?E iLOoArL OARD OF HEALTH " SUSPEOT " THIlEXISTEBNCE OF. STAGNANT WATER. At the last meeting of the Prahran uncil, the health committee mnldesevenld recommendations in. regardto that abode of doath-Karlrserg-road. It was resolved that the plnsian'iid speclficatl?o~ of subsoil drain for drainage of properties 1t the road be napiprovd, a'nd' the ownrcs required to executo the worksa that are set out therein, on pain of prosecution for any dlefault. This is very well, and sounds right enoegl, bht how many instructiosll haveo been given "'to prosecute those in default," and how long is it since any proscaltion has oc curred1 The council likewise instructel that the necessary ordenrs be made for opening up the nfoor of'houseas aNos. 25s nald 41 Karlsberg·road, " because there i reaoea e srl?seCet," says the health committee, "that tfereie ltagnant water ia or about fh'pmemisea." We would recommend t::e members ...
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. Cilt ottth em afhnlk h ,tad, Az Ptat o hitd di tion and th. ers mni t rI lb the .1o. b thon gt..l .dl a llc hi ptb dl hhid, l. y hl ,,,,,,llhiy Wyoa thill hi . nblhi,,4 II d eo .oildhi
IS IT RIGHT ? WE SAY—NO! WHAT SAY YE—RATEPAYERS? [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
IS IT RIGHT? WE SAY-NO I WII?AT SAY YE-RATEPAYERS I Mforc litigation tn store for Prahran I At the last meeting of the r'ahron? council, Mr. Iindof, the assistant town clerk, proceeded to reand an letter rcceiv?e from the well-kno'a firm of solicitors, MUesrs. Oillott, Crokcr; and Co. Tile mayor instantly rose, and checked the officer. "I think," he observed to his brother councillors, " we should refer this and other similar letters to a committee of thn whole council" Tile other members of the happy coterle, of course, roadily assented. By this move the follofwig communirtions were star-chamberedl from the press, the only true ratepfayers' repre scntitlive:-From Miessrs. Gillott, Croker and Co., referring to a claim made by Mr. David Collies; from Mfessrc. Malleson, England and Stewart, rc rating appealo; from the city solicitor, re law costs in Mr. Kennmly's appeal and \Mr. D' O's. recet action. We consider this surroptitions mode of discssoing how ibest to fritteratray the ratep...