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PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
PARS PITHILY PUT.. Horse tram. Our Calcudar. Our Prize EBsnaya. Insolvencies plentiful. Too much thermometer. , Itia de Murnka--euicided. Blanck Cleg-islationi in Sydney. Parkes. Impolud, ; Ihbls deposed, Sydney nulky. 'TwO e?'mlintent . r COeIIII'rs-C-,wen nt opium. Mall" Ias whl write Iars u?iot pare. Curious nllllnge. ...E.lltry.callelthis clusc.watmhecr-w call it no clothes w neth r-r. . . - " Marvelloeis 'lelboruueel . "-iirve'llous trash, except the scencey. Sad nccidentat Sale. YOUeg rllllll thlrolwn ut f fir wa"ggon ail' kIlll?il During the year '1887, £5,352,411 was spetLn jntoxicanta in Vletoria. , The':ne- Riechabi? Hall at p?ehealmete i.s liitf airpproaciing eomlplelioni .1 ,i; Cowen is to'receive £a00 for a wraek's services in Sytlheyere he leaves for Htome. flerman .oloeies proposede to .ble Trl on telmpeince pritnciplen--we ihall stry Irfete. .. . Thie regitmtiou (lee upon article sleat by plo.-t to aly part of tile world will, in future, !be id. MIr. J.. Elli .Stirew...
HOTEL PROSECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
HOTEL PROSECUTIONS. Inspector Webb proceeded against Sarah i. Chalmers, thc licensee qf, the South Yarra Club Hotel, at the Prahran Court, on Monday, for having her bar*door open at I am. on the morning of the 28th ult. "ccused plndled guilty, ind s.an fined the mmnimnor. £9t. Two chargee were also heard against Richard Lorwman, the licensee of the Tele ~gmph Hotel. The first was for permitting an unlawful game to be, played ron hic licensld premises, anl'tile second was for havinglhis bar-door unlocked. Both of fences were se|r to have taken place at 20 minutedi past 2 o the morning of the 29th t Tr first charuen asdismised but for baring ttiir har-rtoro nirtnehed he wasfrrri £9. Mlr. GrrorrrorrrtefenrterL
THE WINDSOR COFFEE PALACE COMPANY. THE ERECTION OF THE BUILDING ABOUT TO BE PROCEEDED WITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
THE WINDSOR COFFEE PAL ACE COMPANY. THE ERECTION OF THE I BUiILDING ABIOUT TO 1i1E I'ROCEEDEDWITH. tIle?ts IRtaynIt, floydcen nal[ Wilson, brokers, have now exhibitlc at their allice, tit Chlpel-street, lPrahra. the pihtrn of the proposed new coffee pailace to be cretedt at the cornerof High and Thomso. stirets, Winldor, ill connectiell with tihe atIve comliany, whicLh we are pl.cnslt to hear is progre'ing velT ,ctisfoctorly. Unlike a similar conmpany rcjoicing in the name of the Prt-hraln Coffee Palace, tllhis investment i a genuirleonc, as tile litof gentlemnec forming the directorate frlly The buihling will consist of five storie. The grountd floor iclludes four shop frontc to High-otrcet aid a mlin elltmctlcn;c nt, Thomna?-strcet is anl~ to hivec a mIin cotralce. To tch of tile five .torice is to ble llie II ltlclty c.stllelillg aloall tile iileit frloi tanlnt, uiio ctc roif will bh i lalgltpromietadel ; while ai lauiglillcetl to?, cr icr,, tIoe erecitcl otoriie ettwole of the i...
CAULFIELD SHIRE COUNCIL. THURSDAY, 17th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
CAULFIELD SIlRE COUNCIL. TtUtsDAYr, 17th'JxANUAY., Present-Crs. Ballantyne (president), Looker, Long, Cotton, Griffin, Hartlc, Stephen, and Hamilton. WVATe Noi, WAnT NOT.-Jo antser to a I'etter from the council, the Water Supply dcpartmcent statedt that the water lhnd been cut off from the stand-pipo at Glcn Hmltley-road on accouont of the great waste there had been. Unless some pcrson were to be placned in charge of the stand itipc, the department did not see the use of renecwing the lease to the couacil. The matter to be reported on and discussedl at next meetling. Moltr LIGnT.-MIr. A. eIwis, of Oak. leigh, asked that a lamp slould be plac l at lBoundary-roadl, near Neerim and Orrong roads. On the motion of Or. Griftli, thfe l-eqet wans eomplitt nith. A METAL .SIDINO.-The IRailway ite partmetlt forwarded plans of the proposed ilinlg at (tilen! Hulntly.rult, and statilg the cost of thce wotrk wo.uld be about £440. Deferred for firthcer coouside?tion, ae the dctpartment withol to kl...
PRAHRAN BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
PRAHRAN BOARD Op ADVICE. The onlinary mncetig of the ninve bard was held on Thouroday evening, ther blhs peesent - lesrso F uern8 (chairn) Davies (correspondent), Hendy, ttaddow' Simpson, Coulson, and Watson. COROEtPOtNDENO& A letter was read from the Educatioj department, notifying that the teache of the Malvern Statn school had beenro. questl to asoistthe boanl in opposling license being gnented for an hlotel housino near the school. The choirmanu obleroo that the applicant had withdtnws.s tlep. plicatlon, and the letter was reoclvdl. nlr-r'ames Oretty, heod teacher df the Armadnle Stain school, reported an noerage attendance of 565 at his schnl, whlile the nomber on the roll amounted to 988.-en reited. Another letter was received from lir cr tytclo.in- 10 ? .d,'the0nnl0e o eoitedtcjtp hi oropi pl ttowanl hed eh g re A communication, from the Education 4ftlrti, ent wo. read, notifying that tie - h cd been rmi ftdenfr second cleso ton first-elass school.--Recei~ed Al npplic...
MUNICIPAL NEWS. ST. KILDA BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, 21ST JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
MUNICIPAL NEWS. ST. kiLDA llOlOltHIH COUCIL . MONDAr, 21sT JAnUARnY. Preoent.-The Moyor, and Crs. Pilley, Ritehauoltnon, Jenniuge, Turner, O'Doonell, Sunderenombe nud Barker. CORRIIEPONDENCE. THE NIGOIIT-80L FIEND.-The chief commissioner of po ', in reply to a letter from tihe cooltcil, sold tie hat givell specil instrucntions for the south suburbahn police to excecLe ext vi laltce In the mcntter of detecting personow o spill night-soil tn the etreeto. Or. Tenrer drew the council's at tcltion to a cove thLt culme before the local court recently. A contrctor for the Mel bournie corporation, narJts u Gaynor, was fined for allowitlng a night aurt to stanrd on Daletetoug.ro:d for fivu or six days. He (Cr. Tu;rner) beilg on thue Ibechli that day cxamineld Gaynor's foremln, and flnel that he was very nlax I1 his duty. He kept Ino recool of the men or carts or horste ither to their going out or coming back. It was recnlved that a letter be eritten to, tle "elboturne coritonstion, c;alling ...
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
OUR YOUNG FrOLKS. .y ~DITOIkF8uZZIBOXnox.\ a. Cultto not on? tb'~brn eldso your mind, :.?t tho p re ~grounds an so.-- J~ V. cdltloz? ?nd th··M Luler m tual'a?. wP 1 g.-- d 1 d?bs hglmu., rilued at £1 ls - -ill bo Illrn tO 'ho girl who aseras tho grontest 3Mt? Ju~ec ed another--a wzltln desL, wsua u £i lto --to'the boy who seuds the greatest number ! ?m fromm 6tbhJanuuytoC0th Juno. The '?eswll be published," snd competitors e?teslted to keep a list as s cheek: slfnat ?weikmhiet rdlah the E?ltor Iy 10 n.m. on W?e shnll Go obliged ff correspendlents sending .ol? ls rlflblkndby att.ch tho auswrI it iI tno ,geoshryor conunp-dmn-to'bf otglna .t . . (hough weprefer them so. ...
ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, 22ND JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
ST. KIL(DA COURT. TUeDAY, 22ND JANUARY. IBefore the Mayor, and Messrs. H. Smith, Turner, Shan , and Noonan, J's.P. NOTonlooeS THEI?VE?.-James May, alids M'Carthy, and Willint Herbert, were chargd with stealing n hoIre, eart, and set of harness, the property of Or. Edward O'Donnell. The particulars of the nse were reported in our isue of Saturday. In onoer to permit of the bernch dealing with the elmrge, it was euoced to one of illegally 'uing." They vere1 seienced to 12 montls' each, cumulative upon any other setencecs they may now be serving. THE NIGHT-SoILr FIEND.-Frederick Hendrick wa~s charged with lpilling night roil in the Brightornroad, St. Kilda. Kcndlrick and another man named Roir were proved to have been in company with the man Ieid who was recently conrvietal of a similar offenc, annd seut to gaol for three months. As the evidence was in sunicient against Kodrirckh, he was dis charged. BAbACoLAVA LARnnrIKINS.-Hugh Tryde was clmrged with insulting behaviour, but thie benc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
Huse- ilurinlshers, etc Ui-L~oC H' S ruayrnnouiTijE1slADs; 1IEDDING, L .OLEUMS, : ,.. ATY DUCED PRICES 'II . JEwou1?'4 3ewell to firvor, Witl.. u?1! before., lrcuabiug ~e~l ?We._ I, - -, "?'--..: ?-: - Asy v j3? 6 rms of ay 'ent,? n nue, ?v,.• nprie I~??om tsecal pro p± l.sM? l ho wb.s. ,, 3 ?. , .'la sowla LIl o,, ,, Ss. ?1. ,, £?12 , ,, 5s.Od. 1 , , s. . ,, PP5 ,, lOS.(1 ,io 1o0.Od. £10 s.od. T--TULLCHII ?.d CO.. S'U E?? I nlo B rr ohs T 9B %bles) ols' C~uujyjjjYpolMIZOIOIIIIOI Tl~ ·VENT ' ~W.~i 'r1 GREEN, At ... U ·· A~~ 1kN5 Offta. .tlD'ULL~ ,shi. ~S rAxE41ES' SD~AN ·. irs '·I U al~W "J·J GREiEN,',·I I·II URN·SI'I·IZiIN'- WA1llEHOUYE O,. HATiEI. AND EAnITEU1SEEUTSI W· ·- I h DSOIUI . ·.,~ .. J. P: GEORGE,. CAINET~LIGR tD PISiPHOLSTERER., . . .. --q ,, Brousse anS FunmuntII MA vacleUIIEP . n:~lmll Chia so~tu Cover11 .IE S E . S rhteats, Shirstct., .Lmp,), ILalternt ant Doratioo?" d bnp)1)i?1 for tlllLn e* ei. - . rtie . Vernmulnhs eaclotnle?, ?lt,l lt.In l MamuLs, an4 TeNl ewoupp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
a' Binkling Instltutions. IE NATION N OF AUS Capitol Sulberild el ,00,. 0 i- l.p1,, i , ,o.'000" ' " eneolood Fualo £0700001 ILervoo LIlbllity 'f Sliar I?ildorse £1,0,000.' ruFiA11, N il N A Ne C ChplAlStect. ' INTEREST ALLOWED) ON DEPOSITS.I raott,,oId oo I:,E]at, ,li0lAl; Neotlolm nl,lol - ll the 1,1Lk's Brhetso trod A1,101chc tlhoonh Ilttlo Wooll. S rl. ]I R. ENGLIAND, Manaor!''l E NA TIONAl, IIAI O0 AUSTR hSIA Capit - , 000,0l. o,0 . ore.rog . o ,1.,00000 . ',. Roeor' SLlodtt Sle lootlhohlr, £1500),000. ,ST, KILD, IRANCIl, . cotner or tret we illtlgtoln-treet. 'Current 11tes Itf:lOtt idot l nldwed oii do 0 jdoi"1t2 for fbi lo iN , ,.. pr fa ttfsl cl o alldwendaudoIrelslan scotl tn,1 trod .?th?e nL~a ks lln nchea aud Agcnele? thiuotlghouL' ?twrhI,' o : -,o : o' i ,GOR1DONI. D133E, aunce?., iTHNE ATiO?AlNK OF "N8? 0 A S ILrALASIA. I Ca ldi?lr 'l SI biri!?r, 'el1,P.h',000. ·nirCalI ~ La ec , tol eCo.o it tyo hof ino1 tGol co ilerer,;oLiabilityo1 ?B?Irehglidrot ,I.00,000..: .,! .I)B...
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. SutunrImy -mhiags,md nmy o ouuu fro, arn The Bf lacrlitiou is oli Iiry per Col,--sbvu ,Sillhl.s. l D. iIIuiun --.IbihBltl.s.iola.5 , t , * .Ti5 sti. their ii.ertia. "il, w5 5sf st(s proirlr elmsiflcatlion, ndvortisciontatlo sIld reach this offlco by sira-o'clock-p.. on alonl.ysa-nnd rlhurljays. Sicil (ldvartisements received i,'pto..i.eiio Tuelays mv.lrldyt.s; ;j t, Sulscrilrs who in. y recaive the pper Into, t.ls . n.orde tdls ihi, thie soi tat.1suee unsle lious rfcrrinp to the wtluldr-twl of Ah'rertiso "enots, tet., ,last t* in riting, I. rerllll n0oticea 'on.At be tttedel to: .Letters .ad otb eo.u..uio.ti .ls Ilnte-dcl •for intsertion in llC lthe e8 e ohlnli8 should bo juldresscd to The Edltor. N o 'liotco.' cnt 1b taketl of Inonymousa om; ],y the ll*O nlrl address of the writer, aot eeas ItrIily for~I·Tlcttlentoii, Ilit n .a!n UItCu ocoýgood _faith. ' . . . . ' .. . . .. . . . lejtelld * lls. al.t tl ln'w only. Itlt re .t-/li wi.hen bt3-l. aro for-i...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
Birth. rO&WNSON.?O th Ot h 0tins., atOourlnyaot, Hataclasm, .the wire of Alfmd Townrn--a daughter Marriage. SLIOT'ST-LOGANTT.--On the Itth lt., at :thcyie sco of the brddoa's lnrcut, by Rov. 'W V.'Burri ge, Janesnumward, only an of Jamee S;liptt, EI, of Elrr, Dun?kehld, to M -. -'rat (Muascle). eldest:daugher of WilUam Sllot,lt-. Eu., ofrValency, 3rdven.. Deaths. CALDE.--On tho 1.1h Jalur~y. t Malh-rn-A rad, MaLlvern Ar1hAr William. ? I1h darly be algM 6 uokths. I'OSTElR.--On the 1Mh Jiauary, at Royston, C;Altalehld, Grace, infant dalughter o J. GCorAi atr lessie Foster, au1 11 month?.
POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, 21st JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
POLICE NEWS. Si ' PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, 2lst'JANUART. i fefore Dr. Fetherston, and MeHsra. Bykes, Elliott, Harris, Kosky, Finlay, Rosales and Young, J's.P. DnRUNKB.-Walter Roshford wansfined10. for having been drnk in tilhe street at 11 o'clock on Sunday morning. A clmsrge of drnokenness against Patrick Hogan, of WAindsor wan dismissed, but for having used. obscene languago within the hearing of thd publie, he was fined £8, or 7 days. JOSTLING LADIE.--Butram Speary, yoong carpenter who obtained a verdict in al debt case on Thursday lant, got drunhk on the strength of it, and jostleddadines and other persono in the street. He was fined t3, or, in default, 14 days. OnBSOENE LANOUA~o oE.-Elizabeth Hil ler ss's ined £2, or 14 dlays, for makihfg nseo of very bad language in High-streot on Saturday morning 'at hialflist'tisto o clock. Contabile Kenneberg, who ar rested her, said she was yelling it out so loudly that she could he Ieard three-quart ers of a mile away. AN UNGALLANT FELLOW. ...
THE LADIES' COLUMN. AFTER-TEA GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
THE LADIES' COLUMN. AFTER-TEA GOSSIP. BY ELLA. It is alwainys pleasant to mention a kindly net, and we have pleasure in stating that Mr. BeelhtoldJ, the well.known florist in Queen's Walk, Melbourne,. bhas offered to furnrish the filower-stall (fre of cost) to be held at the forthcoming ealeof-gifts in ai of the Newweomcn's shelter. Undersuch artistic management, it is sure to be a con opicuous feature in the hiall. Ten thousand pomunls was lately given by the Nwnbe of linampur to Surgeon-major Freyer, of H.M.'a armny,in acknowleldgment of his skilful treatmentof the royal patient durlng 'three monthsl' attlekof malignant rheumatic fever. Tea wa solbl in England when lirXt in trodlucedl at £10 10s. thie pound. There are so few womel in Dutch Itdlia that men write hlome to Holland for their brides. If the lihotogmph of theiproposed lady is liked, a left-haml glove (already worn) is forwarned with a power-of attorney. aed tihe friend who has managed the atlair marries the young lady a...
OUR PRIZE ESSAY COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
OUR PRIz ES SAY COMPETI n'ul(.'? TION. The judgc have experienceed seoe difll culty In arriving at their verdict ill regard tdthbresult of oar Teo Gtuinea Prize Essay Chiiecltition, which was atoennucel inl October last. We are enabledl to-lday to plblish the reiult of the competitioni for the prizes offered for the best enslysou " The Ccnten n'lt Exhibitiot -its olejects and results;" nand also for the e??ays on "The Zoological Gnnlens." There has been some emnveoidable delay in regard to the ctompetitions on "A Visit to thle Victorian Court of the Centennial Exhibition." Thie result will, however, be announced on Saturday. The prlrze-takers aie uas follows : For eanays on "The Centennial Exhibi tionu-its oljects end revults." Ist prize (£2 2s.)-lsther Georginu Clarke, aged 14 yeTrs and 8 Imonuths; at tending the Meilvenrn-m vad State school, No. 1,467. 2nd prize (£1 ls.)i-Maele Steele, ged 13 ynears and 8 monthb; attending the Park sLchool, Fitzroy-strset, St. Kllde. MIr. J. Hesas...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
111O OOIOErbL r MI3IIANTILE MIEN We beg to draw attentlon to tbe follow-. lug, vis.:--£8 a year Islureo ngulnut A~lL celdento to burneau. lfo raw ecure O~1O00 at death and £15 a'week duriug Ljaury. roposaL fonn and'll a jirtculoara on ap. plieatlon to tho COLOtIAL MI TUAL INmep . kanee OOMPANT, 0 2 Colllns-strett West. IONE 'TuOUsAn n FIV HUrDF, D claims .have been PAID by TvnI Compnny.. SUDDENLY STRICKEN BLIND. A catastrophu l uch as few men have the otoicion to bhear aud~fce seeriye, has (oayo the Cicaelidati:.LEh?Lu?'rr) cdme like K thundcr-elap upacn Cheelee Celhmee. Lost Saturdhy eight, whilel audliting the hoohe of the Bellevue Building Aesociation, at their neros on 00M'Mikcca-Avreue, he turn •f suddenly to coe of the bysthalersc and eaclailed, 'hy do you lorn out thle gs? I'm ot throughlypt." "Tarn out the ge, ovhet' the matter with yu! Tie gab is hrnhiga." '"My tiod, theen i'm blinod"' cried Cullman, and sn!king back in hs chair, from which he had atnrin i his ex. citement,...
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. ---4t- Mers.r E. J. Dixion ad Son will offer tomorrow, at 11 Lam., on tile prcmiseo, "Clarence VIlll," 4 Murphy-etreet, South Yarra, a quantity of houehohld furoiture enl effects. Meosrs. E. C. Newboulld and CCo. lltoce for Satunoy nex t at 3 p.m, on the ground, a valuable freeholhi prperiy t High.storeet, A.rmadale, consistilng of two hop s andI olwCtlings. The title is certificate and tile ten,? ar very liberal. M tre. Noylor, Forbes atnd Co. will cell on Tuerslay let, at noon, at their roxolm, 47 arew of mtngnlticent, high, ail wtll d.ilncd tllid at PreTtont, n'or the mltlway -bttiotl. The laod will be soltl ot the 'risk of the late purchaser, in oue lot. Mesars Smith oand Williams will sell on Fri~dt, at 11 am., on tile pItmlisetc, 19 lot haLm:.treet, Wlndsor, a tuperior lot of household furnittture and elfects. lca.rs J. Totwlend~ tll Cio will lll a superior anotl well-artcrtl collection of plictlret toloorro', at 11 .m., at the corter oft Chalnldaytd .Wel...
ACROSTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
AcuosTIc. he:h initials compos thc name of a cele" ,ysted prima donpa.. I. A ioman generl otfronwn. '2. :A chiarater in: "ldyla of the King," noted for featy anid a sad fate. . A modern conqueror. 4: A natural ploosopher. I: A poethWhose works few young people read. 6. A greatinO istand composer. 7. A Spaninsh queen. 8 An: Americano patriot of Revolutiol y fame (the iniitia of hi. Christian name). 9. oAninteresting person inomythology.
MALTESE CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
.' '.MALTETE CR08S; . This?n is a ive.ry.lificultl one an even our emaWttet dontribuio will fini. i ::UePik BSQUARai.-1,. blilr; 2,' a river in Engliul; 3,' to wanler; 4, a jointof the LegFt~-±AD 8SQUAtll'-1,> 'm a' me) 2,nn eveSge'ec l'lilnt; t.'S dtinmiitic plant; i, to retain., ,,aIGnT-HAND ShQUAE-I, alWnas; 2; base; Ia girl'sa name; 4, actual. SiJO?gi SQUAE.--1, two of a killd; 3, ailnd of writing dil; ,a wading binl; 4, aplant andthe flowers.