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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
Banking Institutions. tIE NATIONAL DANE OF AUS. TRALASIA. CFpitfl Bu5lo0,o1.od £1,00,00. PFld-Ip, £I,0,000. , lkeooed Funtds, £070,000. Beserve Liability of BSharehoolders, £1,000,0, . pRAIIRAN BRANCII Choplo Street. INTEJEST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. 011fts Is lellod England. Irelmd, Scotlondo, old ll ' tho Fool,, boo olol A rough.l nt tho World,. IL . ENGLAND, onS oer. THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. CapitOl Sbacribe,. £1,000,00. P~00-u, £1,o0o0o0. RaP.orve ...lIo, £070 000. .e0ser1 Libility of Shareholdrs, £1,000,000., ST. ILDA IBRANCH. Corner of Iigh. strcat nd Wellinitoo..stret. uprrot Rlats af Interost allowed on Money dopo.itcd for iOd erle, Is. oato Iouol on Englnod Irlmll, Sootllld, ono the Babk Ilrtnches ond Ageo ies throughout OGODON II. DARE, Mlanooer. ?11E SOOTIONAL DBANE OF MOO. TolALASIA.C , Cal, inl Snlb£1,i,. £1a,0o0,000. N0a:o1. £, 000,00.WO l~dx , ioolo,oo070~ eserved Fund, C£170,000. BerSooo Liability of Sh0,arelooldlro, £1,000,000. SOALACLAVA 'BRIANCH, d.io•t Srlll...
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. This Joirnnl i p uldished on Wednesday nnd stntrnl .y mornilngs.nnd llmi y ho obtained froul nl ltob readm. o, k . ."'. Sd's ThoSiiacril-Ion ii one Il. y p per l---so1vu hlriings I umramn--nduh nl?illings postad. To hirnar their ninertion, t d to ndmlit so hi office id o'clock p.m. on noudiys a1d tli to fve p.ut. on riMesdays uld Fridays. Subsrieri - who Esy receive the l,p, r late, r' irrmtliarly, are rl estc?l to notify same ti Lls oficru in ordor that the incionvenienwe ton Advcki-ý a- rea indsll that ,11) bnstr-c tiocb referriln to lthe wthldnatwi or adveritio its ctc.,lnttst ld it writiup, js wrlsl notices r AoAt l attIudd0 to. - Lettersm R 'oitheir n lcommunlittions intended for insertion In the news coltlsln- should tb iutdressed to The Editor. So Uotlce can bC tntkao a llon 2,ytn Iom mn cat nns. Every letter mrust Io ta Oll'r Id by tile namo a rd nddres of th e witer. not i cc s Strily for pAblicYtion, but nas t guirSute of good faith. ...... . ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
Births. lEERING-O.t tho 20th Jottamoy, at her rettd once, Iith.street, St. tildo, thlo wito of J. R. Dotriug. of ao. I'CONACCItY.--On t thoe1th Jmmor, o t tlvoru ro d, South Yarr, tho wif of 2T. UI'Cooocily.of Marriage. 2'tt'ATHU-S UTOttISOh'. OOn tho 10th Dec ombor, at tho resdlnce of tht bride's lforontt, GOlentffro, tittfor-tstr t, St. Ettd. So' til otoo. 5. tobiraon, Woo. Ooo. ?'ftonth, oldet sou of tho toto Dhold Frootcis S'taoth,. of Nlbuttrone, loto of Newo ZOltolldt to AtoIto y·Ooo20ot turt, inog tooghtor of Dotuo 5'Httchiaoo. Deaths. CALDER.--On ho tOthI inst., otdloerono.r Stotooto. rtthor Williom, tho dhorly otslovbo infnfot tn oo Of Uoo tood 50arah Cotdorooo't dtt •zoutitls. WISEWOULD.--O O thoe Odonst.,at Ittoto l,00 Itlsternwick, Joaoes Wtseosoldtt, nogot 13 yeoro.
PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
PAII4AMENTARY ELECTIONS. 3Iatter.~ on eoeactlon with tho larllin mentary elections have rnet yet beoeone very 1xcitllg, but fron wlhat we c;t learn lcxt week will bring o chanllge, lnd active work will bo commllnc cedl. At St. Kildh tle liel ist a troog aln dtIorlllhil0 one, aln it will be dillicult to forcsce the rcault. Lo'r Prahnll, Mr. Willis is tihe onlly canli dhte in the lichl, but it may te safely preo lyteteel thiht a " walk ooer" wil not le per lnititl jq tlfd sug eleOcturltt Wetunder etaeti tiet t[r, J, 1/; ?;i.,l!ltok, of Mheltock ain Johntolh, tellu tor., will ilih )y qifer hlil?clf. Whellln once ceompetitor lteps Inll to meet MIr. Willis, there is no caying how' Ounny ?entalllidttes will offer theolelvw. The Shop IEmplolyell Unhio has issuel a lcatechilsm llo Illtcret to Iltendig clIeni lldate for l'arllenal'ry hiolors. ILtiatatel l tlrt Mr. W. O. Culon,I, of l'lnlltlhrl, illltedll oIfferllng hilltclf for Cres vick. We thik hle lhas mlre sell.e, how ever.
VARIATION OF CLIMATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
SVAY IATION OF CLIMATE. l colonists say that some thirty years ago hseverity of the winter was enot so gea it has been of late yearr, and there s hen eselmeianlly ic the interior of, Anus la ompneratire.imeuwtiy f1rm coloii, ion?s arl naertireiieef thhe tete th i ?,lrng. Ne hums e s ned- vere'5rihany• ollieis noem enn fl byfrenltlyv p?r?eful rpenarieJ.i'tlt this teatte of,.tiihi·.iais longerO ei;?t anal t hat hsro ued tieot line of thihs eolinente c-ledirlly'ehee them 'i taontidotlec Ilmwldaiios sd,' eierd dli ~h anh u',likoe nffeceions aro re i aeeslent in the wmiter. leset soesoe'oaum terou teetensoealtls vieem sgeti to the loalt r oIecitoen oI r: lelui . soonie Blzilisle 'tealmet, eretifenog to i0 oerfu ecumtivu prerlie.e. "r. eJ.'MI ler, eIzlell-.treet. l'elee-esrote: "Le a ,nt eel I-hadeu.ereu ofughrehich preventeod meeeleepingvemril eighetsowhenl go Caiz otl e of your Icanne'lbraoil'? ala efms w hicel, after teekeing three doste founnil nmeenoc relief, in faet, the cousina lef...
TIRED OF LIFE. DESPERATE LEAP IN FRONT OF A TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
TIRED OF LIFE. --4- I)IESl'EltATI LEAP IN FRONT OF A TRAIN. A .ensational event took place at tlhe 'rahmra railway station on Wednesday uoraing, wheu Lenox IHamilton, a locl citizcln, sought deth bcuenath a railway :roin. To avoid rescue, Hamilton waited util a IBrighton tratin dLtshd up to tile ptItforitu, a fewoftfrtom where he stood, when, with o wild yell, he sprang on to the lilne. Tile engino struck hinm a dreadful blow and hurled him on to tht olx feet space between the two lilces, where he wao picked up by ithe otlicidlo, suffering antd bleeding from svkern woatds itt the head. Il twvo places, tthe skildll Sas frdItu?rld, but, lotwithstandiog the serious taturt of his ittjuries, lHiiailtoit? tooaonsiblc ntd deplored loving failed in hi. attempt. Letters were foud inl hi p esseiio elhowing tlhat he col templatedal lyi:g tnway witll,him?elf.- In one of thece he requested that his remains lbe handd over to the operatilng department in the IMelboaurne Iospihil, * o as to prevent...
OUR PRIZE ESSAY COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
OUR PRIZE ESSAY COMPETI TION. ----4t-- With refereneo r t t oTa Gulln tl'riro Esroy Compctition,, which was anonouncd in October last, we were en;abltd, oil Wed neatay to poblisb tile result of the 'compto tition for the plite olurerd for tlt beIet. etoys on "TThe Centcnnia! Exhibition-its Ibjects and results "; llllitlso for the ecsays on 'The Zoological Gatnlos." o o We are now enacbled to tlblish thie com plete lists of prize-takers, as follows: For eas on " TIHE CENTErNNIAL EoXanTInyto-ITs OtEOoTS AND tEffUoTS." lt prize (£2 2o.)-Esthlcr Geor|ieia Clarke, ngeo 14 yoors and 8 mpothb; attelnintg !the toalvernoreod '.Stiate school, No. 1411t7. 2nd prize (f£1 1.)-Mauode Stctele, aged 13 years lfnd 8 Inolths; attending tile Park choeol, Fitzry-street, St. Kihlo. Mr. J. Hioell. oesistint teacher at tihe Hornby.-strect StatIechool, having offered a prize of lita. tid for thie bot essy yotn the rine oubjcct, written by a pupil: of the fourth cliers at that choJIol, Ilnochte Iobby, agctl...
THAT FIRE BRIGADES' DISPUTE. RESUME OF MR. STEIN'S CAREER AS A FIREMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
HAIT FI1RE BRIGADES' DISPUTE. i.IiSUME OF MUl. BTEIN'S CAREER AS A FIREMAN. ITile insurance' comopanies claim that -'ieir britIade is under the control of a btbhly competent superintendent, eajlectod, Sheir request, by the insurance olllccs in ,tdo, after the strictest investigation by nsclvea andCalptnin Shaw, the chief of SLoultou brigade, from.n tmeeen o cm. -iter. ne account of lhis special ability Sskill, adml therefore should thave coo Sof all volutter firemonl. We glve herer a: -umo of Mr. Stein's career, compiled from oa Loudon J'irrem and other, pourcos, 1d with this before them our readers will able to judge for themselves as to tIo special ability nlul skill," by whlic it is iaimcd Mr Stain is " highly compteteot" to itrol the 4i brigrule of Melbournoe ad oe huburba, and nome.50)e liriemnc., o We eoice that tie London Firetrn voacltc rMr.Stein's capacity iS a firemin (a estion we do not raise), as follows : "We rvo not tihe lightelt doubt that Mr. Liteio S11 not only give...
MUNICIPAL NEWS. MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 22ND JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
MUNICIPAL NEWS. MALVERN SiIRE COUNCIL. ToEDAY, 22ND JANUARY. i'rsent-Crs. Clarke i(preusident), Long bottom, Benson, MIerer, McKiolcy, tiey wrod, RIobinson, and Woodmanon. A tIELIGIOUS iNSTITUTION.-A com nmuni?atio wvas received from Mr. G. T. Moran, stating that it occurred to him that if the council were aware that time build buildingrformerly known as "BIynmanwr" was now a rcligioua institution, they might remit the taxes. It was resolved not to enterlnin tile hlut containted in theletter. CLAItt FOr DAMAGEB.--If. McLaughlan wrote, claniming £50 damages to a horse whrich fell over a heap of nmetal on tid Glenferric-rooal on shying' at the ,music iicoursed by tile Sialvation Army band. resolved to inform thie writer that the mittter hts beenll referred to theocouncils: tolicitors. THE FIRE IIRIoGADE8' DISPUTE.--A lengthy discussiobn took pl·ae on a motion stbmittetd by Cr. IBensonII, to the effect that Sruperirtcndent Stein be authorised to nssume the command over the local brigad...
FIRE AT PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
FIRE AT PRAHRAN. Thir Argytle dancini atc-.dcmy (tueanteid by Mr. Miller) In ClhtrcltCee-struct, lrtan,t at thie rear of tile Coffe tcv1ernl, ewac de stroyed by llre nti bout 11 o'clock ol Tlihurs day tight. Ptrtof thcepreinireswtt- t u,-d a t tallor' tthop, but thl wa~ lo one ecll thrie lrciltise ntlter i o'clock. Thie building anll colltcllts were illnslrcd. The l'rllhtlmt City st»l )Sottt Ybrr.tI brig,',la, tiltnler Uit>lttint Kelly, wsv'f thn iadljilnlhng cottagl , ftlr an" cxcitintg titbi. i,*e Witr'ider brihcde iil-t hlellittgb. T'i u l llrrt ,tt IeUttt·i . 1trltot !iret\ ury attendC edlu, but t oo l ,te tq g q/ t10 wo rk Thlu taue of thie ire i uIlklwn.t, jioftl ,t2 ee.\l briitCades litt ItttIempti.IL, lprujptly, a trlt uinttllllgn tioll it e uvlttli htvC occ'urrcic Itllltlig thulhLI J;ooketies. Th'l'lep vollueunger Sellim'-olutableu U' Iq:,aT ,'re promptly in atcln?h?ce, lnld Mr. JiSlid.gton, of thu Water 8ilply DUcpitrlmnelt P1(»o , stWfac tor..presLure of .watrl:, ,, '....
CHANGED WORDS. Answer:— SAND-RING-HAM. CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
COHA?GED WORDa.-' .itoter: • 8a ?9-n.rs;.ffAa . ! Cosooenuns. 1. Why t* the o ar 188,l2e*.than two' 2. WVhat degaee is conferred ulom the lidlell ,. What to, townso in Fmatle etocribe the langaga o[ a marent wlio declines to give Ithi lallgltr i marriage o -- ..1IL : ANSWERttO: 1. IBectate it is one todo three-eight.. 2. 1), D, (Fiddle-dee-dee?). 3. Uthant iHavre. Aalvmoe ,thve been rtcee'.cl - foltowo: F1. Jurlewit, Iltou-streeoh, St. Kithla- olatlleo crots, A~enttij. Transltotitio,. Chaengot tonta, C'outooieU n N. N,. I. (Gill eplde, Sc?.?lteg ollego , St. Kildh Acrostic, T'mtltositiolst Noa. I ltd. 2: tCluo:gl wotlta, .Conrllllllut , No. I alnl . 1'. lh'tuell, Southt Yarra-Aero?tce, Tnue Iottio?ts Nos. 2 and ; Clumget wonos, (onullllrlllllug S,·. I alll: 3. J. 2toe,,att, Sthtt Yarra-Tmn a ideostt No. , CotIUlldruns a, os. a 1e and ,. T. W. Emanott, 39 Prince-.trlect--Trm IoSitiun taNo. ; Conullmnldrun No. H. A. W. E. .Norrie, 2S NE.ex-stret-Coouu reaun No. 2.
SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
SPORTS"VOtjUlilN. C ,lCmi,E.K . :'.I -4- By 0.0. . ~.., By O.c., ... . Wewore fader the eteplessibta that the last Australian Eleven ewouldlave bien dis banded on arrival home ns n, but it seems this is not the case, for we find they are still playing.~afor. the last .week up ilt Queensland. They separate for a timue, however, whei theinbtchlieas bdtween N.S.W. and Victoria are playing. l:It:swould ceaa from this that cricket was a vary o.dpaL-Y lug game, but it maytat the same tiu r hla tve a tendanct etuiitiEhd'jitl todirection, as suplporters ot?thc: gamuo ca have atoo nshl of a good thing. Tha'treturn. match, MO.C.C. (Victorian E:le.veh)?@'. N.S.W, commenced ysteilduy and a very goud r-epregentative team has been ?iheoier.,Y Wetiatice thatlan old Pahrhiih.hbS hcomtnauie the team in the capacity of member of conmmittea of the M.C.Q:.,- -viz..3". W. Ityall. With MAs Edwards and IBruce in the teamu, ohrahmn csn lay claim to being well rpre4cnted. TheWaterloo,havingtseily anquished ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
Special Advertisements. IDUINTING ot Evcry Destripttou exteuted iS a SAmpernior style st ihortest Notice, .the Jo oA this nlDrer. • rool, Pmihran The brxssrs Wnn resumle t lon 31st Jn St., ..ry. . -IRL, ebsiet nern ho tswork; Medl bmoiu , U ool homy e lorrespectatble, tetehlde little ,?rl. Appbly.Y. office~hm pr?E rgn Terpl. AMIES ANDREWS, S,?Idle. Honles told ?ICollar Plaer, ?. High-s~tretl st. KihlaR up. porlte Post~ofice. Rll fee¥t itd Ile:.t ly a~d ?rm|?tly~u~~ e aac, xie?|t . .. R ONAN8 AGENOY OFFIOE, 6 TSoo . ro mJI, opposite Avuoca-strt, Soulth Yorr. Saency for the Atlsli~nlln Altlanc? Insurance Coml~my. C l SUCKLING, Colyper tttn OSen SLAtr nud ?J e Genel Blnckaluith. Ch.lal-strect, Smth Panm (next 'Utts Staleslc. Ovens,. Kitchen 1Lalqes iu,! evryr d~acri tiu! of Irmt Work madea mrd ? elfired. Iro 8ll ~tter a ?ll~c~lalty. rl31IOlAS NORANT, Pmnofaorte Tunerr and I Realirer, Cnisrile-strect (at Viae?' Dr?.' Ntws A.:tucty, nittlatt ; a .d r. St. w. iut.Stthas, .tSS. l Jr. Lnat ...
THE POET'S CORNER. MAN AND HIS SHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
THE POET'S CORNER MAN AND fitS SIIOES. Hor much a man is like his shoes For istncel,holthoa soul may lose; Both Imve been ta ned--bu*th ore made tight By cobblers; ?,th getileft anl right; Both neetl at el:te to be colnplete. Andll both are 1.tIde to go oil feet. They built leedl hceling--ort are hol., And both in time will turn to mot hi. With shoes the ltst is lil.t, With nmeI the first .hall be lat; And hllet the tshoet tcair out, they're mendedt new .; Whun melt oer'out, they're eddnt ill too. They both are trod upon, and bothl Will tread on others, nothing loth. Bloth hre their tieo, and bothincline, Whet poliished, in the worle to shine; AnTi bothe pg out, Itor would you choose To be manu, or be ltis .lhee I
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
Medical. CAUTION. LOOK .OUT ' FOR FRA\UDS. Owing to the success of Dr. Soule's American Hop Bitters in curing all disecases of the Liver. Stomach, -owols,Bleod, Ktd-?nys nd Urinary Organs, Nervousnes, Siccplessne.s, nd Femrale Oompla:oto, so that it has become a standard household r?emedy allover the world, and toe immense demand for the originid and genuine article, certain persons are offering for sale various cheap and spurloup~preptrtaions under the name of " Hop Bittersn' which do not contain the medicinal properties found only in Dr. Soulo's American Hop Bitters. Take none of the cheap bogus stuff simply beoause it is caoled "Hop flitters." - Dh. aadC' most .rlcive pmr?les nr ,·.I ertr Ihstel h REMEMBE .l ltr IBE R . aters u ie rd Heanlthl Restoi.? A?..t·,:lr? 1·1. earlth rlOO~l (Fire undre pe ~urlde wlll ul~l I Ibe m So dlthtu orlealch bepL e lblea luu elt wer these Blt~anrsled sr ?to *lrlrd and perfctu a~re their opera tionr honf giver g Ifenaud iToer to t ot h,? . nlld in. ...
A TRAVELLER'S EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 26 January 1889
A TRIIAVELLEI'S EXIIPERIENCE. The ,uoelT-known pophlan i?.cturor . . ,uccessful minister, Rev r. E. Arntmnug Telfer, writing frm Auckland, New Zea land, to the pmprietor, under dater March 211th, 8S,?ys," I have pletllr iae joayinl, thot I lotte found your tr. loeoutuott'o IBrazilian IUnlm of gren t uLe for a cohl and tightness on the, chest. I cun cheer fully recommtend it to all who suffer iln the breathing tubesand count it a happy thing that yotlu have tdiscoered r o oel cure for weorying Coughluu tnltt puhotoUry I)a." It clears the roiue ia iutiolaualhle ill ttten thelning andl restel?one its tonle adl vigor. Clergymeno, plotic oprkero I;mli d-iloigro non it with greind heneit. It etoy,he obtoined on oll respectable chondiste or direct from the Austtlit:n .hgents, WrrT anoll Co., chemists, 'rnihmnt, Melbounr, who, on receipt of 3Tniti staNp. will .?enl lrnge size (2o. 6lt.) bottle to anyr arhl?r. iu te colony, anl the Nnoe old e~tallislled tirmn wrill in like mannier selI, care...