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THE TOURIST. A TRIP TO BALLARAT. No. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
0jE TOURIST. -- 4--l^LBA No. 1. ABiLta.'" rt tltoy-C 1*118^'1" S is the only town in the cololny B.5lat ory, i special history, nlhs h? .aIs a ll to lelf, Its people are th l,' fe, Ondso they may well b.. on ts ' llart for some time, I o eto ih apperncsrm cof gu hiun SilTrent now to what it was s I ?h?en boy standing on the top of i All that 1>s chllan ,t w t ftrown oit of le, for" te hcltcr. Little nk ihin 153 tho"t In 1809 [ should d ch trannformalion-instead of mn eIres, noble and beattiful build. od one o the best and clcl ncnt towns, ,s? pctse., In the colony; but so ,,C to In all Oemed I ae. let me describe a few of the alghte mel oaltotarAt. A friend told mI I t r the new Exchange in Lydlard L This is a file building exteriorly, bn.like interiorly. I dlid not care lorthe dllty loolk of i ts nterlor--to h tobco-juice and not enough spit The brokers and dealers seemed ther too unlike the old crowd one to tee at the celebrated Corner; nil e aItil excitement seemed gone, and o...
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. Mr. J. W. Scott, 110 Mnlvern-road, Prlih. ran, will sell at elevon o'clock on Tuesadi, June 11th. on the premises, " Ferndlec," Chataworth-road, East Prahran, superior mnodern househoil' furniture. A sole of household furniture and cffccts isannnounc.d by Mir. O.Yale Lnton to tike place at 27A Browning.streect, South Yarra, (ncar the 'bus.stables), to-morrow at 2 p.m. tMessrn. Munro and oBallceu announcec reyerl properties at East I'rhran and Toorak for Saturday next, at 3 p.m. Theose aore situatonted in Williams-roadl, Airlie-. avenuc,.off Highfstreet, and Rose-street, Toomk, cech cdinprislng a snug retidclcc, and offering a Spital investment. Mr. G. Valo Linton has soveral importanlt s?les announced in this issue. The first tnkte plice 'on Saturday next, at 3 p.in. and comnprisac n choice building allotment 20 x 100, In Union-street. 'Thee are clon to the Windsor station andl form desirablo investments. On the 13th inst. at 4 p.o. a splendid corner allotment ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
Drapers and Clothiers. COMPULSORY SALE. MIUST REALISE. CLOSE In few aystno a amago done by NOW -dROe AT IALVAG5E P5BI00. Come du~gt boereo at S(UfTON'S Stedonor7 aneentcy Goods Emporium, 84 CHAPEI'STREET, PRAJIRAN i(OposltoettN n's). - .. " I' .?. i, iit [!: .[ii ) ti i . I:il u ti I I 4 CORNER 11OUSE, CIIAPEL.STREET, WINDSOR (OPPOSITE STATION) TO THE LADLES .OF. TIIUE DISTRICT LaDi?leI beg to inform you that n:e axe now holding our Firot Show of Autumn and Winter Millinery, Moantles, Jackets, aid Ulsters These delrtmcents will bde found replete with theo.Choicest Goods at Modmote Prices. Plush I?rites nnd holt Jackets in the Latest Shapc, trilocndwithl Soal Bestver, Sarl, and Skunk, will he a' Speciality this Season. In consequenc of tle thorough know Inlgo of the 11M tle Dpurtmwent that we possess, we will, for the future, make it u verypromineut fctur of our buuis uess. SI haive also added the :Drcsmakiig Department, whieh will he noted fol Punctuality, 'Mlddsleloe Charh'en,'anod...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
Banking .Institutlons. 'r0 N?ATGO'AL ANAK OF AUO. TBALASJIA. Cpital0 Snbe0bed, £1,0?,000. Paldup, £1,000,000. 1eneed Fands, £m70,000. ,roabilty o1,1f 1 h7 -holde0 , 1,0,,0,0E.N pIANrAN BBARNCH CLhpel Street. I1"0ES00T ALIOWED ON. DEPOSITS, 0D.feon E1 n. Iolnnd, otltnd, und aI theBonk0. Brnhesoo ond Agecfeos throogh SIOoWorld , ENGLAND, NMgor. NATONAL BANEONAUSTnALABL. raidup, £1,000,000. 5eoer 0o Funds, £070.000. 0 e e0e Ln to li ty of haro holdera , E1,0 ,000. ST. KILDA BRANCH. Corerof HIllgh.atrt nd WeolingO n-,otOO. rnl at n Inteet' nllowed on Moneoy hdelbitca for file,] prtala. it ..s on England, Ireland. Sotlond. and thie ?noa.OmOcOhe 0,d ABOnIes throouhou0t GORDON H. DARE, Oanager; NATIONAL BANK OF AUB TOALASIA. Coe le Oa old u , o ,. £ 1, , 00 0 , 0 0. I'oid.T,,. £'I,0.00.M IkeeoooOF,0,s0, £'670,000. oenLeoolldllty of Shrholders,0l £1,5000,00. BALACLAVA BRANCH, Corolslo Streot. I17E0EST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. ttr0ed on onglldd. 000100,0 Sooond, ood AoO, Ban'sErOucba and Agncls ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
Births, AUBREY.--On the 18th May, nt her residence, Clairvlllo, Alrle-strect, Punt Hill, South Yarr, the wif of D. Aubroy of a son. Card it papers pleaso copy. BDiDOES.,-On thl 20h May, at South Yarra, tho wife of T. Bridges of a daughter. WHITE.--On the ind of May, at High-street, Armadalo, the wife of Shirloy White of a daughter. ' ' i Marriages. BOBNERB-HIIEBERT.-On the 27th arch, at tho Baptist Church, St. Kilda, by the Reo. John Grcgson, assstsd by the ov.--ChsrkL SThomna Edmond, son of th'o ?ht Thomas Edmond Borner, of Dartfod, Kent, England, to Annie Saltildl, daughter of the Ite Wil -'Ilam Hcrlert, Gloucester, Enghand. WOODHEAD-FLACK.-On the 16th May, at St. Satthoss Crch, P n,M , by thoe or. G. Middltton, Edssr, youngest son of Henry Woodhead, Pmrhrns, to Asmie, eldest daughter *o Frederick Flac, Maldon. Deaths. GRIMIIEB.--On the 3rdi ay, at Chapel-stret, Windsor, Job Grimmer, aged 62 years. LifO's troubles o'Or. TREEN.-On the 30th MSy, at the rcsidence o. her grandmother, ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
TO CORRESPONDENTS ANDiOTHERS. Th1s jo~,1 is palhl~?d o W m~d Tbl subcdriptisu is o y o V per oopy--?ve a?hlihs ?lr olal u--nine shlimuns ?0ste. • o tissuro their Ineortlon, and to admit of proper clns8sifiuc~nt olourIertisomcoeu sould rce~c "h~isomeoby sir o'clOfk p.m. on Pond~ys end TLnursthnss.., Sl~oisl. advertisements rcccirvd ull to five p~m, on TPnesdnys anld Fridays. Subscribe~rs who may receive the pn. lr late, :,r irregultrly, pro requestedl to notlfy punc ?t tohis of blc in ordr thnt the itn cnlen e mptb e tlons'ref?'ring to thoe withdr~nw of ?ndvertis.?; luchti, ete.,must be in writing, na rerlnd notie,, ennnot e alttended to, Lettersann? other commonlcatiorM intended for insertion in the news columns should l?, addremssed to Tile Editor. fr?o notico ueunb taken~l of Dtlollvmous EOll muulctions. Every letter must bne amln nlcd by the name and add~ress o! the writer, not necos snip o pt .... h? on.h? as n ?~nmof Bo hurnod when stnmps nar forwarded for that purposa.1 It is....
MALVERN COURT. SATURDAY, JUNE 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
MALVEIIN counr. SATnDAT, .JUSE 1. Before Messe. DrIry, P.M., 1A1D4 Williamson, J's.'P. ASSAULT AND INsULT.-T"o named c Henry Newbould and l Lancefichl, were charged ;nith *0 William Johiston, and insulltng bih Annie Johulnston, in lcntieorie"ol Sunday'evening, the 12thult. wan finell S£ or one month, ati panlon £2 or 14 days, 2ts. c??lt ease being niloweLd DEBTs.-Onlecr with !s. costO ' in the following enmw:-C0tR it Ja. BMoyle, £2 18. tdl.; l)nsanl'1 .ise and occupatiioni. . CRIIUEITY TO A HOBS -O( th1t of Cr. Woolnmoon land ~ Ar. 2.h who iroved that n man naml unmerclfullr hbet a Iehoro ?liL withl the but end of his ohlp, otl nit., nccused oas inoo nn I. t".b 1 costs, In default foartecn 'dah i p SANITAIYr.- Abraham SlruPp i Is. for neglecting to rril'r the o W.C., anl a similar alltgil g enl c T. Iledd was dismisseel. . PnlVATE OTO cr vetrsoaM Trclry of( tio shire obtaine a el'. £4 Is. 6li. ognint Theos. W'^^ 10 o. costs, belng lis prtpeo0." tcot of consotructing ilwhni arei a Wr...
ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JUNE 4th. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
ST. KILD)A GOURT. TUEISDA, JON4t1B. efore the IoMayor, and nl3s: Moody and Torner, J'bl MArzNTo?NAo A EARn.-AFd notds, ogainst whom an order ?u some weeks ago to contribute to0d supporto of his wife, war procederd by Mrs. Rcynohls for failing 1 a with the ocrder. Thebench onleeD Sold one surety In £23 for the dee nent of thie ordner. A CoMMIssIos (CAso-Fmrnlendh ona toocectt ogiobst bhy Tbo for £35, alleged to be duoe on comD hut the case w\a dismi?scd wih2l?l Ttralncr CASEt,-For pentllf neglectlng to oend hIis chlidren to l Oharles Avery waes fied -O.; andl iar offenc Berthm Jnmne was fnd 1I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
Piublic Notices. ·pELUUNAS1Y NOTCE. -Y OcKsicnIE s HOUSE. I . ; RF Morphet, yea Cutter at Llncoln,'Stewart anl Co.) 131 CIIAEL STREET, PRISAISA. N? oEw Shop, nt Ablon Hotel. , .J'ta, rlt?' bllsllEa 8 at tho nl'x}',.- o~lllrcmaa, ',,eom ho will wpplyp .. GOODS S\Vldh, for Fit, Style, andd PSce, CA~ OT BE NEATEN. p ,,.l .n or amund Mfelboune. .· '- . , . .- : , -? , , ? . ALGO'.- ""'ODS O? ? SANI'TEED ' ::1·...,. ·."·::?. ,· i?: ?ii : ? ... Likeridc L,,A,' Idb, Ilalbtk, ,,At Tdkd,5in Ad It, I]muh, EE E C T I O N OR SELECTION? WHY SELECTION, OF COURSE, And the 'BEST BELECTION To be made in * BlAHM AN :: . .:P R. ?- H R?N Is at T. W. WILSON'S HAT MANUFA CTURING ESTABLISKMENT, 13 Chapel-st., Prahran,i Where Every 'onceivable Slmpe and Style is to be found. It is the LAIlGEST STOCK TO SELECT FROM IN THE CITY. BOTII COLONIAL AND I1IPORITED HAT S, CAP S, HELMETS, wD EVERY DESCRIPTION of HEAD GEAR MADE TO ORDER, With the Greatest Punctuality & Despatch. RENOVATING AND REPAIRS Will Re...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. A CHRISTIAN THOUGH A SINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
LETTERS TO THEnro E DILO A CHRISTIAN TROUGH A SIa,-I have rad your por alvation Army meeting at thr o" muchl plcasure, your ruotaing o ? the cecutricities of this S .. re very accurate. It is to be r iegr$ d over, that you did not See oter dh hehulf of the public, to Ymtuaer2°' feproof against the shama?ul r gaf r aru carried on under the cltoak of relgi I rall it simply mockery,and realrly scha-n man ' 'Mr. Iowan:lhom srcarctically styleagentlemanlylil is pcrmitted to stand Ovo""puhl'iSOt and trifle with his Maker, and h ket Ili teachings. It is such a mckire this that breeds atlthelsm, nod swelli ranks of the freethinkers. Nor is blasphemy coufined to the Army. tyi o '(ifdl it werc. ' I have bore myo pl cahon ofonothoer blaphlemouesaiht sbeat, in which a woman, rentl p·raiserw her "dear Lordnl " for havingb herithmugh her trobpl he oitoh (ave the ijnrkl) for havinres her.breaetsv.whichhad, hbeforeshhe v the 'dear Lord' as her physician' , rje to supply' thie nces~ary Sid. I ho6 mu...
ANOTHER PRAHRAN IDENTITY GONE. THE LATE GEORGE NEWNHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
ANOTHER PRAHRAN IDEN TITY GONE. -4-- THIE LATE GEORGE NEWNIIAMI. Another old I'rahran Identity has been removed bo y the halnd of death. We refel to Mr. George Newnham, the well.known butcher of Chapel-street, Windsor, who diled after a brief illness on Monday last. The diecased was born at Wednesbury, in Stfololoshlre, oil the 7th June, 1837, ndl woul havre been el2 yiars of age on Friday next. Ie camne to 'mhrahn in 1853, and IhI rleidedin Chapelt.treet since 1857. Ie wn a nmenmber of tlhe Charnwood Longe, U.A.O.D., of which onler hIe wans a 1'Pest District President. Ile was also a membcer of tlihe Washington Lodge of Freemasons. The deceased, who was universaolly esteemed, was always ready to do anyone a good turn, and it ito to be regretted that he wans to himself his greatnot enemy. The r maans will bn interred it the St. Kl(it cemcetery to-day, tile funeral cortge lcavintg tlhe hoaset. 3 p.a.
POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, JUNE 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, JU?e 3. Before Dr. Fetherston (chaienrm Messre. Rosales, Sykes, Kilipndsl" lay, Hornblowcrer, and Ilnrris, J.'P. DgnBTs.-Order with 5s.costswer in the following casns :--1. J. Uses O'Gnldy, 53 Is.; Thou. Vellely .i Wall., £! is. 10od.; A. J. Simn E?linzabeth Callighln, £385 il. Ad named Jamsl n Eldwardis su lGnr for 22for.work and L.borasags Plaintill wans nnsuitedn, as it wped man named Monte had enogagcdl not Brytt. LARaENY.-Sar.thRlchaolsstoleth sheets, and a (table cloth freeom Mn and was sent to gnaol forsovenm yoang woman named Neilie ioa?dt dress, smneys and jewellesryiif I Oen'c, South Ynrm, by whom shr? ploy~eln as a servant. She was esto three months' imprisonment,cumhi a sentence she is already undesrgii. VAoUiANc. - A girl rman. M'sNir was sent to the lese: Schools on the evidlence ol her who profeesed to hnave sno ontriolr lARsRIKINrlSMa.-lcrhert ClsfsMa 80i. or 21 days' Imrsrionment,and lmllge 40s.or 14 days, for inols havior in Chap...
TEN YEARS A SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
TIIN YFA1S A 8OLDIltl Sri,--It is so long since your stepped out of th'e roel to insultthebti army of tho Lordn-the Salvation Apm. that.I thought you had decided to a] alone. Hoowever, it does not appuears your narrow-minded and atheistic 'yie last week. I should any your repor?s despatchedto a public-housebilllrd.st nod got into our barnrack by mlotuh he certarIoly has not got thelore of t?ll his lheart. Wheno he spceaks of ourcome sloner, whose very life is oue of golf and says he sins every hour, hb je, where he should not. Only send tt our barrmeks a little oftener, Ier Pd und we will pray the Lnrd tosofto hard bheart and renew a right splrillt ih o that he mnay,.with us, glory in thl tifying power of our bles?it Loot bles him. I am, yours, ab, " Te?N YEAs A 0LDOI"
PROFESSIONAL & MERCANTILE MEN [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
IIIOFESSIONAL & MERCANTILE uIIMN We bog to draw attention to the tollo'w. ieg, vii. :-i£ a yenr ilelrces agninst ArLL accidents to humne lifo, nnd secunrE£ooeo at death ned £5 a week daring Injtry. P"poalt forms .na all particulars on op. plcntiole to tle COLowIAL MuvTUAL meIle. &ncn Cont.t.ey, 02 Conllln.estrct Want. tNF. TnOUpSAND FIVgE HUNDREnD vlaiman teve been PAID by Tvos Company.
INLAND PARCEL POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
INLAND PARCEL POST. Limit of weight of parecel, 71b. (but where mails am re conveyed oil horsebackl, thle limit is 31b.) Limit of size of parcel, 3 ft. itn. In length, or 6ft. in girthl and length com. blued. Postage (to obe prepaid by otamps): H. ml. ' . ml. . . ml. "tb ... 0 t h -fi 1 I 6tb ... I d hlb ... 1 0 ... 16 7th .2 .0
SPORTS COLUMN. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
SPORTS COLUMN. FOOTBALL. By RovEn. Lt Saturndaywas the rverso of pleasant for our football supporters. It rained heavily up to the time of commencing the various matches, andas a result the ground wnas very slipperyt and almost unflt for playing. In outlside matches the Carlton easily vanquoshed thoEssndon, and earned the thanks of the other clubs. Geolong were again takuen down by. the Ballarat cblub. North Melbourne came off victors against the l'orte, although the latter had a gosfdoul thbeuT1 of thik behirid. The Sonth Melbourne had a sott.thing on with the Melbourne, and the Fitzroy played second fiddle to the Willlamstown. The Bichmond scored a win against the Footes cmray, and now the clubs are level, all having been beaten once-and some more. The Sa sitnscehond tem.rre eiehig to their worl in'apropor maundr, iOd Sattur. day they met the Footscray sccond, and although only 15 mdnturned i-up,thoyniadd a draw of it. Both teams eecured a goal, the one for the Saintsrtheiglclcked...
MUNICIPAL MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
MIUNICIPAL 31MES. Thlt unfortunate Idismantlenient of the !'owllln.l iaeock Ilh n.? ecul a grint dleal +Jr tllltuoylllew to our worth|y eitircrs. To reowdy the evil, fylyllcy hrrn, j st rrear hie Ten.hrlt, will coelrporrtte tlicer Iby oielirrg at otl ot nr.etl:y low ritCe, Ir.et '1criken" kieole frome 5S. Co., guamrl(errc . Note tihe Nuoncrbo9r.
VARIATION OF CLIMATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
VARIATION OF CLIM[ATE. Ohl colonists coy thot come thirty years wo tie severity of the winter wos not no Rro.?t as it haes been of lnat Tents, and there w?s then, especally in the interior of Ano tmlin, a romospotive immunity from colds, coughs ool aff ections of the cheot ond lungs. Now chunor and very loony othes now how bh frequently painfrl experience thut thiu stole of tlingo no longer exists, nrl that around the coot line of this continent, retccially where there is o considemble lm wfntlio, cotldr, coughs nod such like ufeetitons ure very prevulent in the winter. lolst eueCon numerous teltimoniuls were rumt to the locit proprietors of Dr. Neou mont's limrilinn Biltmu, certifying to ff0 econderful cu1rtive properties. Mr. J. 3111 Ier, of lnlett-strcet, l'rnhmn, wrote: "Last week I lod a severe cougrh, which prevented ne sleeping several nights, whes I got bottle of your Baltor rt'o ronzilirn Ititem, from which, ofter taking three dores, I foulrr imrrlenne relief, in foct, the ...
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 — 5 June 1889
A IEMARKABLE CASE. Under the abore hooding the Deanrstr Re rtsr, oIJuOy 0th, 1007, ,ublshes n tehtesfolwg in its Our rcaders may recall the circumstances of a young lchrk, named Arthur Richold, falling inscnshble on the Wheatlcy Lane In this town some time ago, and being picked up, at he continued perfectly helpless, and taken in a cab by two gentlmen to the ofRice of F. WV. Fisher, Esq., the solicitor who employed him. On restoring himnto consciousness it was ascertained he was afllicted with what seemed to be an incur. uhlf diosese. When le was able to speob he oil he hadt heo to his dinner and was ot his way bacnek to his work, when sud deonly his head was in a whirl anl hefellin tihe street like mann who is knocked down. On coming to his senses in the solicitor's offce he thought what this might mean, and feored he was going to have a fit of ilness, which we all know is a very dread ful thing for a poor man with a family to ore for. Whit this in his mind heat once sought Che bes...
STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 June 1889
STAMP DUTIES. A Id. stamp is somatelet for all chequea, no ,natter what tho amount drawn may ho; I bat In the csh of hbn of exchange and peomteooxy noteo, the datims are to ho rega. meat, as follows: toedt accntn tolo te aono todo Not xeeetntog £25 G d. Exceeding £25, and not exceed. ExeeeD £5 . . is. txce ing £50, and not exceed ing £75...t. Gd. Encexedng £70, and not ecaed. telg01tO .... 2s ..Z Where it excends £100 the fee will then bh caleulated at the rate of to. for every £20 above that amount, or fractional part of 6t0, ________