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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
TaE coMN(; RI;,E4TZI)INi~ thot gnmt Ncw~I %c~dandrwedynl. Eleetoni, KaxwfarMooicis vuur voa nnd nijuthldece for the trictment uof U tonu ot ,~irdoeu noed dyreote~ry.- I ficckdyto. Irontnonigors, Plumbers, GIrddersu&& ·. C'H P PEEiR FTIE D, THE IIRONIONGER, Has Openlg..a .Shop nea~ the Wlhdsoir 'Statlion, u : 'HAPEiY ' 1 EET, PIhAIKHAN.. WORilMEN, BUILDERB, EVEHYKOI1.' .., "...GIVE IIIM A SHUw1 " NEARB THE SWAN BTREET STATION., BICOHMOND,' ' ' '' ,A ,.,,,,", ?.. . NE .OS FI:E bET: T T E ii .. NEA! NOST OFFICE, ELIZABETH STREET,,';MELBOUIRNE. T~he Crown Store. ITAYNTES .BROS., (rom 8urdhur?.) . katoF. W. Jack? and Co.;-: Family Grocers, Bakes, Wine,..Spirit & Provision Merchants. Hay, Corn, Chaff,.Oats, &c. TheBt MAtiles .only Kept at Modmte Prcs. Famils Wated Ofr Olers. Youn FAvons wiLL'·a ESTEE..... . Gmrooy;et.., M?OCAPEL.STREET, PRAltAN. iskery and Confectionery, 45 CHAPEL STREET, SOUTH TARAM. c. TOMPSITT, Plumber, Gasfit~ter, and Ironmonger;, CRLIO...
THE POET'S CORNER. BE COMFORTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 January 1889
THE POET'S CORNER. BE COMFORTED, Be comforted, trust and believe : Thotugh on thy path the shadows fall., And thou art left albne to grieve, Have faith-God'a will is in it all; The shades that tremble in the night Will thrill within the mornintg light. Have patience, dear, wait antd edture; Though thy sad sighs may lush thy speech, The grief that lifts the soul makes sure Of holy peace words eanuot reach; Though on thy Rips moals linger long, Thy voice is not bereftof esong. With bravery pas from thy atrife; The sorrows of thy yeterday Belontg not to thy future life, From tlhege Love doues not turn away, Yet waeitin silence, pitLeously ConpaeioLn te, to comfort thee I Leove's peace is not to thee denlied, fo in thy heart'a mosut secret druem Of hope or fe?ar, let love abide In glod olr ill and be supreme ! Be comiorteld--to thy unrest Content will come--thou wilt be blet 1i
AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
AS WE GO TO. PRESS. A " scene" was on the pcrgo' of:breaking out in the Maldcro council on Tuesday night, in which Crs. Longbottom and Ben con stood in danger of coming in conflict. The former desired to know, in the case of fthe estimates exceeding the cost of making private streets,. wlnt Was done with the surplls, and, on proceeding to tell what he hai been tohl, he was interruptedby Cr.. Benson, who deprecatetd eouneilldrs goihig "tittle-tattlliig" around the district. Cr Longbottom resented tihe interruption with warmtili, remindedl the interjector that he had insulted him at their previous meetiig, anl exprecsed his determination not to submit to insult in the future.. A vord from thi e pr'eidcnt, hoivevr, had tl effoect of smnootling the troubled waters, and busi ne-a was proceeded with. A correspondent, who is intimate with G. M. Ilcad, whom we stated in onr Wcld nesdny's edition is about to acsume the editorial duties of the new 'evening paper, tile S(tandarid, corrects us ...
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
4UCTION SALE NOTICES. Meat 'F . Cc.7 reatetrl 'ati. Ca .tio- [ Ioullce for tridsdayal t :1 p.m. oll tile growul, 1 a valuable frueehohll Ipoperty at iligh.street, .\rmnlalno, cansistit: of two Ihols mtlt tlwellings. The title is crtilicate, atel rile terms are very liberal. M[ea.r. Neyler. Forbea and Co. will sell ,u Tuelsday lext, lt ntool, at their rnt oome, i7 aerea of magniliettt, high, aid well hlttledll hnd at l'testolt, near the tailway .tation. Tile Intll will be thl at the rith of the late ur!elhatser, in one let. S etuse. L.ouakr tlnd Soil atttotuu fortthe till t Ix., at l p.tt., a cottage a letul nere olttnitt nt MIulerore. netairf.tklvlgh, antl all d[1'? niiles 'fomt 3fe~iourne?. ' lilc simicu lirmn tlttt atattOtttte for tile 7ilth Irx., a 3 ye tar' ale: v a of lvaMlut ltitliog sites at tastt Melbournte. Tie l.ltler tle offers rant itluceelcenlsttlt ilvreltors. Meore.. latler, SiLevill andl Co. will hold aturuitura sale tt 137 l'Toeltratui, Sotthll Yarm, on T'l'tcilay tl...
A MASONIC SERVICE. HELP FOR THE ALFRED HOSPITAL. AN IMPOSING SPECTACLE TO BE WITNESSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
i A MASONIC SERICE. HELP' FOR THE ALFRED IOSFI'TAL. AN IMPOSING SPOTAUdLE TO BE WIT S NSED. A ,meeting of tile committee of the 3os- onic lodges ill the district wanshcld at Iottera' hot , on W~edneall y bvenieig, to nake tho uec 1csary arntlyngcmqts for thie pmpoaod choral ?ervice. to bohldl ncoxt mooth, itt aid of the Alfred Htospital. There was a golod attcndlaocc, including IBro. lBakler, W.D.P.G.I.I.C., Ilro. V. T. Simtfon, W.M.. city of l'mhrain4er l 14, [ ns voted to the chalir. In was diecidedo to Ioldi a chloral cervice upon a Sun day in February, andl if possible to olbtain the use 6f St. ,ottthewo' Church, Prhhlrmn. Broo. ltowditg, f1,M., Corioaldi. P.M., Simpf.ol, W.M. andf Trulovce wereappointed a comttlitle to cltrry out the echurch service, Bro. Truelove being ..appointed to conduct tlip Itoical armct cgmento. Thle various Ma-ttonic cl!ejrs wtill ite oluale to assist. It was noioo dIeciIoi t to w'ite to the II.W.It.tiM. (dir W. J. hocrke) for hi atrttnttge a0nl ptOoet...
PRAHRAN TRADESMEN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
R4A.RANTRADESMEN CLUB. An" imldrtasnt mneting di the 'r.hmuan Tmradesmeon's Club was held at Jackson's Prahan Hotel on Thurslday evening to arrange for the nnnoal bay excursion. Mr. J. W. RIeade, draper, took tho chair, nnd mongso t thove present were Mossrs. .Lansley MorrisJotes, Ducg, COmoke,lLathcws,Willis, COininhlng, Hendy, McGrath, and others. lApologies were made for the mayor, Crs. Ellis and Bleatty, Mr. Cheel and others, who were prevented from attending. Mr. Davite, the secretary, stated that through oat having possession of the clubb books he was obliged to call the meeting by circular and conasequeotlyho hadn mieled ao nlmber of names prominent in lthe clulb. IHe an nouancd that it was intended lto lld the excursilon on St. Valentine's day, February the 14th, on which date the new steiimer to orrive for ltuddart, 'Parker and Co., the "C'oogee" would be av.ilable, but he founld that on canoparing prices he had been overcharged counsideatbly; but still, it was only a preli...
DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
DISTRICT NEWS. O A K L I IG I . f ..... -41 - [roM OUR IoWo COttttPONDEN:To .] The Rcv . T. ItI. llrt is abot to visit W,, Zeal?ld for thue bnelit of his halth., llld trlil hI Itrsuoo altlout ttltee I!lltht. III place at Oakleligh will most probaibly e fillIed by Mr. ladliour, of Tritity College, luring thu totntholtF'brtuary, mnl .by tlhe Ro.v. A. it Fitohott, of .1I fo ntst', DuLndin, fo the remaining period of his abIen.u. i.Ilarrldsoltn, who full fnroml the roof of his now bhtihling ill Logi-ti troe t last week i* optg -ingf favoratbly. lie is now able to walk a little with thathelp t f a rrotrh. lBefore very loilg we slull haoe guts and water. Tlhe timbturits being arttl to buihl the s w\orkl, w!hich will not b fi-ar fhom the ri lway statiou, ina~l I ai; talll tle l' shl Yo'on will 1w latil tt before the otnd of the your. Wluot a hIaL to Oakhoigl! " To-hy heing gozottqd tiia j?hlltl ohli ilhy, itt rommtlottiuotot of tie tht oettltr taunt of Aootralia, itt tho yrar 1788, thi pos...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
AvInosLt' the general elections areo considerably distant, we have a numiber fa candidates already. in the field. An oft-quoted proverb informs us that the early bird catches the worm, and an other trite saw conveys in an inverse way the same meaning, by reminding us that the sleeping fox secures no poultry. Candidates who have already aniounced themselves are practising the morals contained in these precepts; and all intending aspirants to legisla tive lonors would, we think, do well to buckle on their respective narours, and to stand not gpon the order of their anl ounocements, but to announce them selves at once. It is mutually to the interests of the candidates and the electors that there should 'be ample time provided, for the ventilation of opsihions.iand exchange of ideas, whilch cannot fail to bring tilhe candidate into closer touch and warmer sympathy, with the voting power. It is far more satisfactory to all parties concerned, and displays in the candidate an appre cilble ...
POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. THURSDAY, 24th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
POLICE, NEWS. . I'RAHRAN COURT. Tnunos Y, 24th JNUARY. BeforeMnessrs Ilarris (in the chlir) Sykes andi Michell. IN A PREDIOAMENT.-'Joseph Clokch, at present lying in a dying rtate in the Mel limhrnc goal, was remandedi for. one week on a chilrg of idrunkenhe?i . . : ANOTHERn DRUNKl.--Robocrt aulk, for some timean inmate of the Kcw asylun, was also remandled on a simlilar charge. HEAR V. EfUta.-Constable Bear pro cdeded against Win. Gibhn for insulting Ibehavior at tli South Yarra station on Wednenlay eveniong last., Gibson whilst drunk fUll betwieCn tile carr?iges of a train standing at the station ard SOas w'ith ldiiltculty rescued front his purllous position and rcquitcdlthe constable'o kindne~ s with abuse, for which.h wans finled is. A second charge for rce.?ting thepolice rwas k urn~lts out DEuTons' TROUBLESo - c ieveml lebtcses were quickly dealt wltlh, either by ad joenrmcet or strikingout, cosequnt on the non-apcapearnce of te suing parties. Mr. Reynolel , solicitor, who app...
PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
PARS PITHILY PUT. tCoogee. Suicide. Foldatlolnl day. Hellery wenthecr. Colonial beer aguin. Gilded sllitllngs abeutali Outrage at, Collingwood. I our Loclh guil:eg to boltt The lnnll, taice llbscribed. nWater supply again a failule. Yau Yean pimntes non-plnuud l. "Irish npplts" again tlescending. Wcdnllcday tile hottest lay aun yet. Fire brigate_' conferlnce collapsed. The lr n cm, enlpasu to tile fronut. A loau we did it--tlettlte tbhe 'tatiet. ThelWindar coffee palace will soon take shape. Gcntenlen!-the Govuecrlnor--is ol for six nteentht. A United Gantl I*ttlge of tFrenmasnas for V'ictoriu. A reinlellt of (enolong tiaed of nllstllrke o Wed ne.day. Ile.., . W.Crisp clectedl president of tile W'?-levan cooferene. IHudtdart, thrker annd Co. 1has blooelal into a tlaniteet colmltany. Lonl e.litislry is, doubtlesu, corry e ill-n. unlted the " BIlack Mnll." lttlutl ' Ioom " punllic sunHbtidilltg-H-allc joh, as they ar in S.A. lingo. Ninety-nirne on. lnuggct uneartlled. at Dulllully. i ...
THAT CRICKET NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
THAT CRICKET NUISANCE. Sir,-rHavinghadnour attention dmrwn to the fabrication of untruths writtcn under the guice of a com!plnlt and published idii your issue of Wedl layy last, we woould, (as true sports), treat it with whatit deserve, viz., silent contemlpt were !t.ult that our. cilenc might be miconstruedl for guilt, anud thus the practical oympathy, andI sup port our vcrious clubs in thol'district, (of which the nmajority of us are memburs), might calfer, which would only be;our des soerts if the stattemcnls referred to were true. Thus ourreson for replying. In re. ference to the first stateelcot that we are mobs of uncouth larrikins, we think it would be more mauly,as owelas trtuesports.u manlike, foyr n one efourushing into print to have made inquiricsas to the truth thereof. Woe deny the statementt that wc are larrikins, or thatthereisuaoytling takuee place to wurmnt such an assertion. We are hardl-working lats and younllog melt, and after our tlay' ;toil meet to have a littl...
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. 'I'HI EDITOII' PUZZTE BOX. Cltirta uot onley the orn elds o yor igd, wut th m pleraure gounds ao.--If 1amr! .o .?uZZLs will in htutoro ngfmer ill ?'odlceah i edition and the alnswers in 86tur~lgt'a, A PtlZE-r-n lady's han~dl.l, ralud at £1 Is.- "?ll 1? gives to the girl who sends thegrearteat Inlnlnr o! correct nllsers Iro 5lltit Jbulagrgt Sth Jane, sad nnother--al writingr desk, valued It L1 hg.- to tho who sends the t reatest number of nanswrs frmc thI Janutary to 1M0h June. The Imames, will beo lmblished, and comlpetitors are requestedl to keep, a list n? a c]Jck abmlu errors on oulr iutrt. ila~wwr· mrlst reachl the FElitor by 10a.mo? Fridyas. We shahl be ollignl if correspuondents aenlln lnowv puzzles will kIrldly athteh the naraaers it ia a~l necessary for eonuntrnals to bo originl.·l, d though we prefer tbllm so,
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. WHAT ARE THE POLICE PAID FOR? [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. WHIIAT ARE THE POLIp PAID FOR! Sir,-Will you kindly allow me a little space in your valuable paper, to ask how it is that some publicans ar fined, and some are allowed to go scott free, for allowing people on their prcmlrno after houni annd supplying them with drink. Thore i0 an hotel in Chapcl-stroeet, whero my Ihu.band gained admission after 12 o'clock anud stoyed till 8 o'clock in the morning, and w.s served with drildk. Last night he went there and stay'l till: half-prit three o'clock, and had his own trap waiting out ido ad a mll aoin it. Three policemen were talkii hi n"hiaiiild'ld jilinly hear the tolking inside, ult took no notice. If you would kindly insbrt this yo would greatly oblige?, A BROKEN-HEARTED W FIVE AND MOTIIEI.
OUR WEDNESDAY'S ISSUE. CONTENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
OUR WEDNESDAY'S ISSUE. SCONTENTS. Our tIau or WclD"nodo contained a tlarg 0mou001 of interoltilg local Iuti,~li, ~felod log reports of lctilrg.s of 1thti t. Klldl. and,Caulfichl Conno'lof, lh~on Bootl of Advico: Lfoli?' ".Aftcr-tea" (rofip, P11.h rt. !, .t..f Kklll Police Nws,; Puzzlfr , Loticts ( tho ito li tJ (" Cricket Nuo 0000ce, ote.)f botifls httt?tIffk of 0 Porn Pithily Pist," on local aIl gooral topilc and other tmotter. .
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
House-furnishers, etc. TULLO C H'S for FU0NrOUOE, BEDOTEADO, IBEDDING, CANPETS, LIHOLEThS. 00., GREATLY REDUCED POIC I I I --oBToiS og urlld] a thoso leut to mhrry would do well to fliror with.a col ]?cfom, purchaain alsewhere. , "-- = .? vro csdj terms o! plrmcnt ca ?n ? ?,?-e. wre are p~elmred to suppply any respaectable ?o~ow-rS witheerdescription of furniture on the io Ing LieaTrermsz? h. '? £5 wortjoyh aoalO S d.r wepo .. £?710s.,,..,, 0. 6,0. , £10 o,, ,, 4. . £10 ,, ,, 5S.O. £15 ,, ,, 1. 01. 45o ,, ,, 7,. Gd. , 0o ,, ,, 10s. Od. £00 ,, ,, 15s. Od. £100 ,, ,, Os.Od., TULLOCOH ndn CO., FURNITURE WARBEHOUSE, .....16ad 2o.Chlpoel ct,, - Sdors fom o ?,v, n rodoo (opposito fBu Shole,) SOUTH AYRBA. CTHE EVENT z :: of the . CENTENNIAL YEARL' 1 W. J. GREEN, . . 'has rmoved into hs ! NEW AND COMMODIOUS PREMISES, .tr.' :'1 A, k C OA ,I'oI ./'..-" HAPEL AND EAIL STBEETS, WINDSOR, . WIemo Bi Ofeins SS nA ImmTehnfO ' Well-asorted Sto at .iGREATLY BEDUCED I'RICES. ' GREAT BAEGAINS Arb hlg, ...