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MUNICIPAL NEWS. PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. MONDAY, 28TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 January 1889
-MUNICIPAL NEWS. PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. MONDAY, 28TIr JANUARY. Present-Crs. Osment (mayor), Beatty, Parry, Brown, Wigllhton, Edwards, Heralld, Fuller, Forbes and Inglis. CITY ASSEBIMENT.-Conasldemble dls. cussion arose over a COmmunication from a ratcpayer, stating that owing to having re ceived his valuation notice too late to appealagainst,he was debarredl from getting a reduction until the time of thie next as sement. The town clerk had communi cated with him to the effect that a notice had by courtesy been sent to him at the proper time. Cr. Herald objected to the term "courtesy" being applied to the mat ter, and quoted the act in reference to assessments in which it was describied as a decided right that ratepayers should be in formed of the valuations placed on their proplerty, andl morethan thatall valuatioens should e e advertised in some paper circuo Initeg in thie district. PETITION FOR WA rER.-A petition was read from the reidents of 3Mary-strceet, complainingf that betwee...
THE POET'S CORNER. INVITATION VERSUS WELCOME. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 January 1889
THE POET'S CORNER. INv'ITATIO IEJ1rSV' WELCOME.? "Ant tn , Ir l , oIs , It i1 dno us thou Iat ,mm..nded, nld yetthere ii rm.'" Adown thie aisle, with rapidll tridesl, The worthy verepr peld, Uncorioeiolo o- the blu Iesing healped O Iis i!eroti l i.c:zl: With timid mien and softened tread, EHxpectantl Ilcel tand. Ad wai Vt till hie iliting lifI? Thl!at ever-relady Ihand. Oh, beckonlqg I/1ger, wilq shall d!a;re To disobley thy dltl ! Ntne her.; for taee, thge gigal give, They follow,. one al all. X?o meekely follcowingg hlis tr.ie , le pqilts tlt t0,h thleir phIe-. Oll here, Lwo thelre-.he dhowJlt Ihcic lI With his c.eeluthnlntl te i.'e. Ilut still they cmee. oil thoughts like thew, Seem pacing thtugh hlts mind :i "la all these crowded ptws, Ihw .hi n I room for othrer lithl " We eigh for hilm ;itad pity tlcem,, lht tometiles, te ad to tsay. TWheenjone kii1 loohk fro.m us would helpl, We coldly tore awoy.c ' .l1, ice! fqr tl e. arl'l :rwell ?gr . TPIce bl eer o !F re gliycd, fleqgly~ ...
TROUBLESOME WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 January 1889
TROUBLESOME WOMEN. An old woman named Kante Everett sted MIr., O'Connell for an asstoult which took place in South Yarm last Wcdtodaluhy .Ir. Wyilliams atlpeareud for Evelfrtt, anaol o Mr;. Connll'n lramo b~iong rcllwed, Iher Ihusbntdl otrotted into colrt and announced that kis wifo was seriously ill. MJr. Williams: 'Tilat cock won't tight old mnmu." Mr. O'ConlllOl then cololtunced to ormte on the oubject of his wrongs, tathlig that his wife was brlkeo-hearteI lit the lo.c of a laugh tfr the day proviols to thie ns-alt, \which cviieltly impelll heIr to brewk the com plainalt's nos the followiog iday. HIe was, however, cut short in the nmidst of tli clocutionary efforts with a relprialnlld from thelr liench, tlhrewtteitint snmomary treatment for ldaring to alddreas thel flench whilst drunk, nlld infortmed tlhalt his pousi watn mulcted in thie snum of 40so, with 26s. costs, or 14 ,ays' in gaol. A scto.d crce if Kalte Everett agnilst .Irn. tlonger crc.ted a deacl of diverioa in the cou...
A PUBLIC NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 January 1889
A I'UBf.IC NUIShANUE. 811,in the iotorout of plublic IcOcfey, I feel compelled to call your attentioo to disgmRefol unoi~ane which rexistsa durilg the fine summer weather. I refer to tile beastly practice of youths of all ages, sorts, and sizes, who frequent that stagonnt pool knowu os Chamlhero water-hole, at the corner of Malcolmf and fivUr-?treetl South Yarru; for ,the purpote of Ithillog.. It is high tiome to t tha is t uiosaue was albated in the interoots of public dlcculoy, a0 tohereore amoug those who ldisport themselves in the wuter and ul1o the banks of tile tognant hole, those who ought not to be allowed to lisportf their liguors in noode form, to tile llsguot of femoale psor rr by,nl where chilhl roll of both sexo s uo CoUstiolltly tJlplahy. Apart from tile olalgartoos roollto which smight follow in theie dty of typhoid frIlo Iothingin thi? staguunthole-which,by-the wuy, is well bottomodl witih olct iuoilals of all dceariptious, with heels upwards, lnl which, I have no do...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. ST. KILDA NO. 2 FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 January 1889
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. ST. KILDA NO. 2 FIR E BRIGADE. Sir,-I, with many others, who reslde near the Balaclava station, will heave a oigh of relief when the It: Kildla No. 2 flre brigade station to renoved to a more cent en! position-oay it the contre of the bay. Durietgthe small houoe of the morning it to a common occurrence to be rulely awakence by the banging of the fire bell, and a crowd frantically shooting out "where's the key," "hburt the door tn," and a heap of choice langunge. On climb' toug op the inuch abused railway steps to see where the canue of the hubbub ih located, itoi frequently found to be within the suburban radius, certainly; but such a distance away, that it in a puaZle to tell what in the cause of the commotion. Inter viewing Mr. Shafer, I ask, Why is the bell rang SO loudly! Ansevcr verelaim, "Ah you see, iey ring de iwll lihe dc tevil to vake de bple ul, ieee Ielire in you nee!" Now why in the name of ptieale nca'ta the leople in that suburb get a bell of th...
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 January 1889
fT73DoVFODI.I ], .7IA UA lY At, 1i80. .. - "-"-4 - IT ivill pirobably be of interest for those eoncerned to learn that £rahran, South TYrnr, Toorak, and Armndlnie, among other ,lewly-created electoral districts, ore vi·*,ually witihout the jurisdiction of lany olurt asregardils publicans' licensing law. In view of the new ]lectoral Act, shicrh alters ia large niumber of electoral listricls andl divisions, aIid creates sere ral new electoral districts, it secrls to us, fromn tile reading of thle Licensini Act 1885 anild amendments thereto, that lhe licensing districts will all lhavre to be rc-proeclimed. lPanrt 2, Sec. 15 of the prinvilal Act says:--"For the pur "lposes of this Act, V'ictoria shall be " divided into liccnsing districts. IEachl "licensing.district shall consist,of one "divisioln of an electoral district nas de "seribed in the 'Electoral Act Amend "nment Act, 1871e,' or in aniy Act amend " ing or repealing tile sanoc or constitutt "ing new electoral districts or difisi...
ST. MATTHEW'S, PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 January 1889
ST. 3MATTHIEW'S, PIAIIItRAN. : A nmetillg of the Pa'rishiooner of St. Matthewvs', Pmhrran, woshld on Werdonday lIst for tihe plrposo ofreceivio g the report lld babiLuCo-.iloct for tilelutyco!r, anod to cloct gilalonaos. Tohe caltpt. for the year lad been almout £2.B00 of which over 300 had been rails l forother than parochial objects. Thle Sunday.chootl accounts also showed that onasiderble amounts had bhoe io~tld for misoiooary lld other purp?os?. Canon Langley bricly revicwed theparochia work of the yoer, and mltio ntioo i what he would like to seeo undertaken at an c?rly Iate, namely, an extension of thle Sunday ochlool bhitliongo, aod the ercctioa of a plar rooago near the church. The guanlinas elected for 1889 are MeiMrs. Singleton, Itolotrode, Fctheis, Connibre, Moadtdock, and Holmes for the paridhioners, aod Mesr??. Mills and IDavies for the incum. bent. _
PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 January 1889
PARS PITHILY PUT. Fi-r'-e. O'Htallorai the mitghty. Itrick cirter ,t strike. Ili-ptals over-ctn, ledt. Yan Ycant pinlcy htel-d. Tell fires in aixtcen hour. The eletion-e--gey going up. Another ohi colonist gone homle. Qtail close seascol elltlo to-nmlrrolr . tDied in larnerst l. I'. Peppercorn. De Lesselps still in favoar in Froglnod. High old time for filchrsat the " SPito." Chanrles I. beheanded, 30th .hnlary, 119. Centennial Ixhibition clos-e to-lmormw. 7olirh la toloapnrr! Majority of 81,3530 Mlaslonic festial at l'lrahran-- 24th Febl rmary. Only :10s. offeredl for tile " Vagahbond' ipint." Our Hlighlaod friends had anll their paint on laht Satlnliay. Terrible lift accilent at the Palace Hotel. lioy crllshed to death. lig bentelit ol the Inpis for Hilly IBate. Will tlhe cnlhojies help! Pkahlls wantedl in the theatres. \hl'ere is tile iallnllagern eltcrlisc. VWhert are our local bat yh!--all t- irls on the oiie-list ill ollr cti y cimllletitio, I'icklttocketn rtapittg a rich Ihal...
ST.JOHN'S CHURCH, CAULFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 January 1889
ST. JOHIN'S CIIURCH, CAULFIEILD. The annunal meeting of St. John's Church, Caulfhll,, was held on the 14th inst., the incumbent (the Rev. J. U. Gaoon) in the' clhair. The report showed that great pro grcss had beena ade in all branches of tihe church work. The following gentlemen were elected guardians for the cesuing year:--Messn . Tmpletolt Bunilcett, J.P.; J. Corrignl, G. Dumsday, i. Francisr , G. Fothero,-IIamilton, J. H. Kitchen, E. H. Lightfoot, J. S. iercer, W. L. Stillmann, J. 11. Symoon, and M. J. Wright; hlo. secre tary and tresurer, Mr. (iGeorge Fethero; parochial nominators, Messrs. Tcmpletoo Blunnctt, J.P.; J. II. M[crcer, aell J. HI. Symon; auditorw, Mwors. Neighbour and Jamer. The parish will in future be known ia St. Johns'. iEast Malvern.
ALL SAINTS' CHURCH, ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 January 1889
ALL SAINTS' CHUIlCII, ST. KILDA. On Monday night the unrual mecting of the parilshiunel of All Sainut' Chuch wras held in tlhe schoolroomn, when the varioous church reportl for the part year were udoptedr. Thie firnncces of tihe church show o marked improvrmenrc on former y?en, n?nd the church is now in a very prosperous etate. The total ilcomre for the year wafs S 2762 fs. id., out of which, ouluries, £872, d~lbeturrter aRd interest £573, choir, nrl rerger's cxperrses, and other amounts were iill, leiaving a crrlit balance itl rlla of £28, Iesides which labout £300 is outlyirg in seat reots, the great part beirg in hali sincc ie irpublication of tie repert. Tihe Rv... J i. . Gregory, thie incumbent, was grnntolt 18 months' hrsve of ubsence to visit Englandl, i conmpany with M?ir. Gregory, who has been onlrerld a change byher meldical advisers. Much praise is luc to the curte, the Rcv. C. Vaughalr, vho has rctlered great rassistance in plac irg the church int its present prosperorus...
THE PULPIT. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 January 1889
THE PULPIT. PRESBYTEIRIAN CHURCH, MALVERN. On Monday' oveninog th M.alvem Presby. terinl congregation met at their church in ilenferric-road. The business of the even ina was the nomination and election of a new pastor for the'church. After services hlad been conducted, the form of the call to the minister who might be elected, was read, ans also the conditions of the nomlna tion and election, after which the chairman called for names to be proposed. That of fIr. Frser was first Iproposed and secondled, then that of 3Mr. Lockhart Morton, of IBllemt. i shlow of Iantuld was taenbutL there scominc to hxabout ano equal numberr for acsh geotlemcec, after come little dis ecaslon it was decided to take a poll. The name of cseh member of the cougregatton eas culled ost, whcli hie or she answcered by the nname f thet nominee ichosen. The result cf the voting was tllhat iMr. Moton's nme obtained a nmajority of five votes over thlat of Mr. Fraser, thie lnumbers being 23 ndcl 18 recspectively. ...
METAGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 January 1889
, METAGRA)t8. 1. I am1 to cry out 2. Change may besml Ieal a am la valley 8. Clmuge my leal agAin arnd Iam jrlace for rater 4. Clrnoge r argotrrn arl I rrrropjoritet J 3. Agnin'l, and I am al girls Inamle ii. Aga.inl, and I am a nmllnl rooml 7. Againl, amll I aml to inlform 8. Agnlil nrlmunlaltutemea1nllif sm ingprol l
ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, 29th JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 January 1889
ST. KILDA COURT.' TonxESa , 29th JAIUAnY. tcforo 2[l~rs. S. E. Jenls (chairnmain), G. STurner, and -. NooIX)IIII, YOUon AUsTrAlIA,.-lERwiul Elliot, a neglected child, woO htt o ponollhanl, t for tabstracting looercigus from hist mothers pocket lnd "shouting" tay trips for his mate, wao rellantltlde for a month to rec if Ile behiaves himself. A TIttILE TOO CUtlous.--Petor 01son h oos beel itdulgling in quoiet peop through the fonce of ItKeoiLttyoa ntt Iebtglrtyo "lhdics' bath.s, nod o0 beitg rcmono.tmte?t with declred he was deslirous of seeiitg his 'ife dliving. Fineld 401., or 7 dayv ia priconmi et. A 1tow OvEt NOTIIIN. - Christiue EIgU :ued Ilarry Dulke for illegal dctcu liou of gols vilued at 7o. td. Duke sidt she could ih~ve the things t any minute if she ccme for tlhtem, whlich quite satielied tho plaintilt. MI"?ol Sli.t.--racnes cEvan:, chdrged wVi !~ityPLru CL &lt;quisq. asihesrchal; nal J. Dyvcreux Wat4 littel ,s. tqil 2t. It . c9.ts for i like qfieqce. t. i ,rganhll...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 January 1889
gouso-furnbshors, etc. .-~" ? (:T------ ............ i Lui .•L LOCH'S 1" R [0~1: :~ ?:." DST,.L::.\., fIo DDIG, P" DARTIES FIu nl.lb,'.l lhool t o'ou urry o woold do 1 t orvr bo '.til a uool b-loroo -purcliuiun elauw-h.re. A oryo tooy tLerms o. pymoyttu boormngod, pearprrod to uppluy .aobl lperson with eroy deocription o lohu.o on tho olloo -log Liberal Term.o :+:+? .7o, ., . ?·.Q 1. , .0o ,,,, , 8.04. ,, .ms I; .. " Os. ?. "I ..20 7s.~0. 01. o d .oo . .m m oto l .rt (op sit to'Du, 'tl, s) MSUTH YAIRA. THE EVENT of te CENTENNIAL YEARI ! W. J. GREEN, hes removMe into his NEW AND UOMM31ODIOUS I PREISES, At tho Comec of . RAPEL AhN EARL STREETS, WINDSOB, WVhen hoWi OBEln nt1 Imnso nud GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. S GREAT BABGAINS * ktt IhAR OGei ,e 1Slik of ,.hich 11o not libot S tm r 11 in tll ste, next CENTENNIAL YEAR. The Public ,r, Advitd S TAKE TEE FLOOD AT ITS TIDE. W. J. GREEN, FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, Comler of CRiAEL ARD EARL STREETS. WINDSOB. . J. P. GEORGE, . CAhSUETbMAER AND UPHOLS...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 January 1889
Banking Institutions. r11IE NATIONAL BANK OS AUS. I TISAAASIA. CpII.al Sbserdbd, ±1,"o,o05. Pa.lidup, £1I0,00,0. eserveod Flnds, £70,000. eserve Liabillity of Slhreholder, e1,00,00. PRIAIIR AN. BIL.N..O.--.... Champl Streat. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. Drilt, isuodo on Eu lgner,, Ilild, Beolm, nlld ,ll tioe Slok,', rneoeloo ,,0 Agot.cs throngl. e,,t thaWVorld. - R. It. IENGIAND, NMalnager. rIE NATIONAL BANK OP AUSThALASIA. Capitol Solscrild,. £I..00,005. Plid. ?, r1,000,000. Reserve Llbility of Shnreo dots, £1,500,000. ST. KILDA IIBRANCII. SCorer of Iigh-stre- t nd1 Wollington-stroctt. Cdlrrnt 1attr of ItSotoe t nllowed on MIosey dopost.d for fiDed priod. r mitrat issied on EllglaldON Ircl.lld0.Scotl00, no d the Ballks Bnernc lze uld Agolzole thlroughout the world. G?3R')O' tl. D).It(E, 3L~nngcr. HIIE NATIONAL lBANK OF AUS. Calital Sublscrilrl, 1 .'?00. , PJ. dd-l . TI.IA .0). Nserv d uL4nds i,,00O. Berover LoI,, jty of SlhI?nre o t , ±1,50M,000. BALACI, AVA IRANCH, Carllslo Stree...
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 January 1889
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. ----f-t ..... ,o= , is ,dli . . i l+ Sntllnlny. nondnllp , mil d mIII1y be obhdllEd fromI all Theu sauscrldion Is ono1 tnny~ per cop--?a?vu shiliings lper umnun~l--aine sillingsR l~st~t. To inseur their il~scrliou, Rad to nladit of Inmpcr cl.?s'iflcation, Ildrertiuomosts shouh, relech. this oflicl~y six ol'clock p.a. oil ?[ondys routI ['hlnrmhs. Special Rdrertisealn.?ns received IIl, to five p~ur. on Tnemlays oad Fridays. Subscri~4rs who ulay tcccivo tile pnlpr Inte, or irrepndnriy, ?ro ral,~nosrl to noutiy ?ne ,it h sx ofllc ill order t iltt the lncoilreic cl umay l?. Advertisers 'nre rcluindcel that nil instrl~e tions Ireerring to the withdlrawl o a~l Rcrtise ,ivnts, ec., musk ]?a ill ?%?ritinlg, ,is rerlnl notices .-nnnot be attendedl to. t,(ttcrs 'nlld othcr, comulnt?lctions intewl~lll for Inlsertionl inl thle uews cohmnlls shtoul.I I nvldnreusd to The Editor. ?Io notice Em |? taken of mlnlnonyllell conl~ .mmicttious . Eerry ,etter mrst l,a ieconlF~...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 January 1889
TMarrutacz. SATIIL'L -UIZOO?'iC?TI). O1i t:m ".6[' iza.t, zbL All ?untb.' ln ,l;, ltt JIfhla by tbo lne. J. I/. Giregory, John MIllor S1ld, hl of outh Yarn. to r\n~io, daulghrtr of Jlohn' rookfleld or Co tngwood. SCANTLEIIURY-IAYNES.--On th 8th, inst., A? St. MIartb't Chrch, iltktbtry, by tht ]lot. Dr. Gree, MA.A, tslattd by tit, Ioy. W. K. Brtlrdbb, ?[.A.. Dt. (Iott'e J. SetlLtlbry, o linltol, to L'atherine 3lilllhlgton (KAY};~ yotmagt dnaubghter of GorpotM ayns, toltclttr, Deaths. MG ItDARID.---On ,It clle2thd.t ] .erlrrt-sf ?t, St. K(ilda;In~nhliefi tcn, bmoroedisnantd Ilu~hter of ?t. 1l. nn( S. (jt? ,llnrd, ngd II weeksa. ?IUIIIL--OnI the 27tllh it., at his lnat resblenc?.I =No, 5 IabinbollaltreCt. Ijbt Pndlrn,. JRIIns [?. ' [tlr. In hi s,? 1dytlr.·
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 January 1889
"' Irnmongers, Plubers! Grocers, &c. - CHIIPP pE R F I'EL D, THE: ·.BIROSRONOES,. Has Oiened a Shop, near the Windsor Station, CHAPEL STREET, pHAIIRSAN. ' WORKMEN, NUUODESS, EVERYSODY. "GIVE I IM -A--SHOW" NEHA THE SWAN STREET 'SATON, mCI~uOND, NEAT NOST PFF'ICE,. ELIZASETS! STRELT, MEILSOURNE. The Crown Store. IHAYNES BR OS., S(Prgm Sndhulrst.) Late F. W. Jaekeon and Co., Family' Groqers, Bakers, Wine, Spirit & Provision MIerchants. .Hay;'Corni.Chff, Oats, &c. The Best AItdlesonly Keptet Memte Pr?e.. . .- Families Walted On for OOrde... YOuR FP*ons KLL een ESTcIME.D. Groery, ctcr., SO CHAPEL STREET, PRAIRAN. Bahery and Confectionury, H CIMPEL STREET, SOUTH YARRA. C. TOMPSITT, : Plumber, Gasfitter, and Ironmonger, 'CARLISLE STREET, NEAR STATION, BALAC~LAVA. WATER METUS, GASFITTISOS, GLOBES, Baths, Sinks,Hose, asines, Paelt.Oil0,ColorsGlae. G Workmnusheip and eaterinls GeanmetEl.e Sileality.-Hoc War.n WOe ad Guaftting. Testimoninls if ruired. House Furnishers ...