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| DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
DISTRICT NEWS . OAKLEIGH. RoOeI O?55 o O\x ConnsCroEONDE:T.] \Wo hear thlat r. Frank Seymoaur, late rcoident of Oakleight, hao decided to stand tor South. Bourke at the ensuing Parlia mentary electiosr. Tenders arcto be a?tled immlediately for the erection of titu lmlal? Catholic priab tery, which will be in the church grouids.n The coagrcegatioa have? long felt the want of a resideat priest. Father O'Caallghaon, who is at pre?nrt in chargeo~f the district, lives at ttlvcro. We are veryglrad to hear that the saw mills of Mears. Beach and NCelsoeos ie uchI a souccea. ThiJey are kepttvery hun. in e:aed, if borincss cortinuoa to improve, they w-ill so~o tind eillitoymcnt for more men.' MIr. Schulz Iho openied a a atsttionecr andr tobaccolst in part of MIr. Horncr a store. lie is also'oiiig to opc~! o nnigllt rschool, whirtch shiaid he wctt attantndI, as trereu ar r many b.ys whto canllrot go to school durirg the slay who, shtuald be gladsof the srirorturity of iniptrrnirg themselves.
AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
AS WE GO TO PRESS. A rumor is current to the effect that the Hon. Duncan Gillies intends contesting the Prahran electorate. We are pleased to be able to congratulate Senior-constable Irwin, statioued at St. Kila, on his well-decrved promotion to $l! rank of second.clasus sergeant. A very pleasing incideut occurred at St. Muatthev's schoolroom lust evening. At the close of a service of song rcndered in the ehurch, uanl at which the late curate, the Rev. II. . IMercr, If.A:, prelsiderl, an and journmenut ras iluste ;to .the sehooloosn, here, o ui bzhalf of the congregation and rinly friendsl of thle Iev. Mr. Mercer, tihe ioev. Cunssn Langley presented that gentle man withll a pure of lifty sovereignsas a token of the esteemn in which hle Is held at It. Mattlhew's. The lIce. Mr. Mercer, who 0cas eviestialy taken by surprisel, feelingly tlhanked trie csngrcgation for their hand some gift A fuller 'report will appear in next Wedl edasy's issue, together with as ercellest portrait of the ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
!T is impossible to over-estimate the value of institutions whose objects are to promote a feeling of good-fellowship, and to cemenot the individual members of a community, who are deeply inte rested in its progress, into closer bonds of colectiveo unity-to cosusolidate, so to speak, a comprehensive genial soeinlity. We tlius recognise the lPrahran Trades meu's Cltub and tlie St. Kilda 'Trades men's Club as among the most import nlt of our local organisations. Not the least among the inniunerable pleasaiit features these elubs possess is the an nual marine excursion.. Few are caVp able of more tlhoroughly etijoying a coastal trip, accompanied bry inspiriting mislice thie fair seox, o ld a sOt of frieids sld acluaintnces,; tlhu those engagedi in mercantile pursuits. Tihe St. Kilda residents, it is true, obtain daily at their honomes a "blow of the briny,"and P rls r?n may be termed a ss-min-sea-sid suburb; but this close proximlity to th. sca-side only serres to cause a imore thoroug...
THE LADIES' COLUMN. AFTER-TEA GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
THE LADIES' COLUMN. AFTER-TEA GOSSIP. Br ELLA. Tile first: Chinese chrysanthemum that blossomed in England was in the Chlsena Botanie Garden ans far back ans 1764. The pompon variety was brought from China by Mr. R. Fortune in 1846, and from the two small pIlantsl (known as the Chusan daisy) have sprung the lovely flowers so well liked in t?teC dalnys. The Japanen) e train theml iuto figurea, shlps, pagodas, etc., and Kgnft many kinlds onOne stem. At one pIeriod of tlhe middle ages, bride. grooms were accuutnmenl to pay very largE sums for tleir wedding-ring., and France annd Germany were specially noticeabnle i th:at respect. During tile XIV. ceutury, Italian briden had their rings set with tihe gem saild to alnnhg to the motll in hleielh they were born. The following is the list: -.anunry,agarnrt; Febmranry,an ameCthyst; Matrclhl the blooldstone; April, a liamond; May, en elnerahl; lunle,an ngate; July, a ruby; August, nerdonyx;t .September, anIpphiro ; October, carbuncle; Novemln...
PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
PARS PITHILY PUT. WVar. Tru troubloo. Exit Exhibltion. liutor baslancu-sheet. Te.timoials g?lor. u. Smoke ilight--wht. funo! luor ohl Peter Lalor poorly. Dr. Mcaicrney otlll n notive. Willctt-'tol titnoro's boy." More lond jibberyt rUvIltioI:. North (:.rlton trmlttii, " nwrning. Wotoaln burllt to dlnath nt St. #i.. The Cocokneye-.o. object to Sir C'h;trlt, Dilke. thtoan.i·o xl.eny tle io tort MIl ue.. ... "Tlhte iniperidl rinceL'? ,o Austrialteral-* .lt,' i,. f lit.. t lilyt l .. lth The woill of Il,. trt:ott, o[ vsta-? f.tnl,, is v\oll lit i270,ltjt. .Arkle baquet. ,to o .. .... . .t?ite thoix for thl flth ,ilt r. M : i ! The .Igl very se'cruo iIu ttli; ullcr.ltic Itiolihp lit n., formettly of Neot-t.c, 1.8.1V.. holph,.-l', inll?anet. Enthuiait ic Secrttarl t lledirtt Il ilt ti the .\rile lim;ultic t th1'ough. ' Alltpre-s -till iLt Iotge, 1but tit -l trti enoumh :or thie ptolie to Pee blin. t N t trailwy titnuit t|tle t, ns ivlto folio on thluittut iil liltne oili the I4th illt., A...
BANQUET TO EX-CR. ARKLE. ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING OF CITIZENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
BANQUET/TO EX-CR. ARKLE: E "r uIATIc MINTY. 0 Oto I tl~rn tovovoiol~ nlooore of bibl ootrioll dibtootl iooetiot Thlorocor RoS~o doto'4 Ibotol to diocs o~tho qoootboo qf, ttltllrioti ox-tjoicllor Arkbte oo ooproo ~ll~t; In ~to Eorojorul~. Tho Moyor~ of I'aohmro (It. O~looolt, Eq.') procidtocl,, rodl oIoooIIPI4.thol)?o rooootI oor Mooolu. Johos Toroocr, Mo~Illlor, f)sllool, Cootho, Ielorolt, ESl, tt'Jlio, Ilotol~r, Llttgoto, totl E~~lllitytlt. lot fl)-too llo oi~ctoitl;lott lltn ,lotil~lotltlttt tltolnlu I ttopoo ltolttholcloo nk tlro ftrt,t of a boojoont. \·'rdo~ugotuitlooton oforool ft. fIt. oftrlttgl LIttlitir~o o Mr; Arkle, who hid for oggr plevent yea th!,otol hi, IIIIme R:l atlt:li?erlo totho iti 'Irot oft othie c rto.( , T:l Il ntlh. o tlhe forollld tu to tler.il colnltittee, with ,,\er too thl to its - lll rber for ]toe pfur l ; ou f ta lng tlit' booi tI'i 'otroo 0u0ce0. fo oe oyor lyt p tiotlte rhoirot; Tir. ot 11fil ice tclairman ; 31J,.. It.rlo?r?r. ertr; with 3!easts Forbe...
THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. THE LATEST REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
THE PAIILIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. THE LATEST REVIEW. Matters in connection with thi forth: comiing clections ann still very quiet, the various can n atii s tt nnileuncete-as well as thsc Ianxlotls to bu "untlcrouly rcqolci tioucd"-bting very alow in opening tie ctaplLigl, althtough active preparttltitl are being matdo by tie fricalis f thea indivintll cndilddate. . The.Hon. Jotnest.-amptltr lis i? cting at ddrire tothoejdlcctoir- S it..Ktiii ld, andi columiltteesnrbcdtthing. formcdtn rt.uly for ' vignoln s iigit, whicrh'l~,riltdolbtless cusitle it thcourse of a ifew days. Mr. Willialm Wis. hart (of JltIIItoIICe Iand Wishart, estate rtgets, Mcliteroe,) will let as 'hton. seclrc tary to the general committee, cod in secoring Idabncrvlcw M1r. CCleotll is toitre SItr p'it'ltr; telittc the barl hittIngt. thle laily" ,itn'graljt, is still riilguinel of succed, tlind has hisi forces tirtty well orlguised. .]is populariti nnmongst tie local tradecmecn otd the fricrdlly socitir.es toagtter-witlh...
OUR LOCAL INDUSTRIES. THE AUSTRALIAN GAS RETORT COMPANY. A DIVIDEND OF 20 PER CENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
OUR LOCAL INDUSTRIES. THE AUSTRALIAM GAS RETORT UOM1PANY. A DIVIDEND OF 20 I'ERi UENT. The ihlf-ycarly meotillg of th Australian !ir: lIrick ad clas Retort CJmpal.ly wcc hldh at the roomiof t!e compalny on Thurs daly aftcrnooc, at which there was a go?od attcnlanco of .hicreholdeic, iocluding the diroctors, 5Jr. E. Jcnkinc (chc',irnco) Mr Dctioc, J. 11. Brennccnd, 1. ,J. Harvey, acd I. M[orris Jocs. The chaircau s.oid that hu was pleosed to report trtct t dividcend of 20 pir coot. wa?..lB00c t oi acc Ind after Molclcy week, al tceir?hit of the lAit Ihalf year's work. Ho also stated thlittthu uccess of the comnpccay cwaoc aoore judging fronm the icls of work turnl oi'lt, of whichl they haii a pacticil monopoly. T'rie oportccioco of the past half-ycar hcd hc: I oasideirably htampered through the ?;trls bihing inter frel with for several week-, aldc the cn hiucced price of cial,, colscequcnt on tihe ctriko: yet, ihn pite of all tle hicicrancs, the lopcrtionc nrcotited i a not profit of...
WELL-DESERVED PENALTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
WELL-DESERVED PENALTY. `---4--- lhforo the l'rahmau:court on Thursday Mr. Robtrtoou, irilioctor of najanollncs lro eeodeld aganllt Emil SuchotZki forobotruct* jog him ir tho performance of hie duty. A day or two ago Mr. Ilobertloa called at dctfwadants wino shop ia Chapel-street and reqluettodl to bhe allowed to examine tihe bhck premisesc, which was refused; defead aLt also caught hitm by tihe collar andl put hiim rut of the lhop. He (the iocpcctor) then procured the aid of Sergeant Groer, wh, adlised Sucifeltzkir ito alfow the officer to do as rcquested, bult he refused and told 1im to go arould came other way, whcre popn Mr. lobhrtroa took thle prcoot ac tior. Mr. Alley designatcd it as a piece of imlpdelce, anl fined lhilm £3 with £1 1.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. A LOVELY SPOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
I?TEiRS TO THErEDITOk. A LOVELY SPOT. Stt,- w-oui il the irhloun councillors' attentlon (through your pprer), to the un wotisfactory state of ithr ultmollhdre at the intcro etiol of Unirln nud Huthoom streets, it one edrllnrt o i wicill uIy sihop is situnted. lurirng all hiour? of the lay and night thre is cn odour arisiorg from this spot, wlichl has no less th:tn seven rowuer illets within a cirtie of" twelty yard., uSlicient limost to iunoek r h prson off ris feet; ani in this stink we lrlve to work rih dc n long, often for 1no iours or more. The prineip:l! cause of tile lui.rrnce uriees from the colt tant flowtilg into thie itlUt at my door of differcnt shllbstaees thnt come down from O'i)onell's cordial factory, which sobstaunccrs wheon lowilog down the'opuc draint carnse amell rnot very pleuant; anid wlren you add t li tis te rllllrerolos ahloitions tlereto irom a Ionrlred other .urrcer, ail seven such hpires from which thl g cirt n t ritoe all within li veryo smaill nrrO, you ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
' Professional. MUNTZ and BAGE, CIVIl ENG INE??1S, LICENtSED SUIItVlYORS, 358 Collins-t-a ot, lelbulrne, SLto ,CoUlm stret west ,1~NfllNER for thre Shires of Uorooudar? ..? Caulfleld, ?Iarorn, F~lndera aud Kagnlger. A. LEWIS, AI(CHIT'IECT AND VALU OR, i"gh trhet, St. K Ida. A ENT r til sntolmal iN rid elrl .L ?IInsx-nmo Colnllalo New Zmne n. S '?'-" CapI-L~al--o.Cl0000 N. Ti N u anJ jrou UU80N Ztlttt Um (ttttttN) i)N.hitit. t Mr. R. Smalley, CIURGICAL nsd 58 ch58i£1 D£5tist, a hl~ T.sth fe . Iiim~. ~.sth fro 58. Cli8 rc~,Is. Thl p£5,£5,t r8th55858h£5I5~nr. & I £OILG SIM~ULLEN, (L58s iki~e £85 858585') AECHIThCT, 58 CHIASEL 8TR£'ET, Mud £5 Vicoin .5858 g.. S £llt£5st£5t. MI). C. H. BRINKOPFF, 15 C£5p..1at~58t, 5858£ YI58, AEC~IrCECT AND HOUSE VALUATOS. CI£58g5 nu aiuts 58kI. . t rrJ·d Dr. Wallace, IOMJI(EOIl'AT'HIC pHYICIAN, 8 Gorolleosteot, PmBrou.. ~Until 11 em. 1urltolp.m. BHo to pm. Horrell and Meudell,: PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS. . 31 ELrkedruta t, Advise and u'Se invetment iu ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
Banking Institutions. E,1 NATIONAL SBANE OF, AUB: j . TRALASIA. Capit.l Sub1rd, £1,2,000.. ' Pald.up, £1,00,000. Rasered Fnds, £O670,000. 2ease Libility of Bhareholden., £1,50,000. PRAHRAN BRANCH ChLpel tr5 t ' IBTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. I sts i aue " on sErgland, Ireland, Scottsfd, and a~ll'he Bankr's Branches and Ageciels throug1,. 65t 2e World. o H. B. ENGLAND, Manager. TM NATIONAL BANEK OF AUSTRALASIA. Capital Subseribed, 1,2O,@O0. CP61.Id u,,0621,l0, 120,000. femnte L1bility of Sh1,eholders, £1,00,000. ST. KILDA BIRANCH. Comer of Righ1atreet and Wemn2 gton-e2t. Current Rates o1 Interest allowed ol Money, depOSited for fixed periods. D1i0ta 06,ed on Eglaud, Ire,0,d, Sootl1,d, ,ud tho Banks Brnc.hes and Agon1eas throughout th, world. GORDON H. DARE, Manager. T E NATIONAL LABANK OF AUS -- TRALASIA. Capltl Subcribed. £1,250,000. Paid-u,, £1,000,000. £adl, 1070,000. .Eeserred Funds, £670 0CO. 2erve, LIIlity o1 Suhr. hold2rs, £1,500,000. *BALACLAVA BRANCH, Carlisle Stret. INTEREST...
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
TQC0RRESPUNDENTSAND OTHERS. tleNtlfy 0clos IN t~~l? hi ItrridI-,nINNI NI NSI~ tit N Lit N Nl~y J t S eithl rriiij~iiia iitn 1111 Ill -SN- titilli iNp tIN llildl~ a Ni Nitillhiiiil S n~ctiuieid 1111 tlliN,1tiN-NIitdN- ll tintlt· Iuito.* reurat `entdn (nvris Siid1tJ etcdd alttIsiil rrtilty it cl* otiNNI Lttit lnlt otihi ewmiS , c1 itiu iltelle NorliiliNtinl itthNNtbciisclllnNNaht tdliN lth t~itealnN.dIdLc a h rtrIu IN-IN. NI ltinll tNd tliterclnt.' lso
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
Births. . F1TCU.--On~ tbu JIW~ al. tOos~oer FBtrr.--On uho ath idt., at Thetoa, TI~atl Deaths. i8t'PEtiC~nittt.- tip, L71 plt., paddptyg, afVct Wpotltlttpua D,,uplyrcaatttnt / ILI~hldS.-.IttlPthot al, at ttruaday.Pltl, Caulalt~d. blnha Ma Crpshy, paliat at tha Iott Cl,1t~h, Vltapln Doratd Wtltliaa, Spaylrl at
OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. FORTH SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
: DUR LOCAL CHURCHES. -4--. TO.M OlltOW'V SiEUVIUKg. FOXT2I B?NDAY AFTI:l EPIIPHANY. Thu p~rahcletL ill the! ullrmenlltull?I local churchuu tu.utl.,rrf m aU fUllUw. : ALL bAINlRv CIOUIuInt, Mt. KihL - Mor~i- lug and avcning OaI;I( R OIIO URCHl, t. ild? l J-or|,tlig le. I. Xtanley-L&lt;uw; cucuhlg, lJur. I.L 1. li vlor. ST. OuuuumEunn VauSnYT A .Uu lh' ilnUjlt Eaut Ht. Kihla--lnriiugandl eveidlg, ltev. T. 1B. Ick, ALA. BT. MARTIN'. CrunnUc, uIuwkublurn - ,Ionlgand unrening-- . T. RcugiUr i CH' r uiIr alvt?ll'--1urlu S l uat?i c i 'g, li' . J. GI ly,. MLA. PnAIIRAnx IlAPtT Cuiuon, Cec] 'luin? - - Mail g n i?t lynl gl, It cr. J I'.. Yeo evi uu?ny , in .+. 1 ,iu ,r>
THE PRAHRAN PRESIDENTS SMOKE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
THj I'IAHIlAN PI'ISIDIINT'S SMIOKG NIGHT. Thic Pirallrn brancll of theo Aucltrlia;t Nativo Aoociatioto wereo twolol e a?Tooioke Night by the prscidlcut, Mr. Church, oil Wulc.tlaty uevaiug lItt at the Ditenscary hall, in Cicll-place. About 10 glatltmchn .actsmbled, maocy of whtom colltribtted ini oriouo wtays to tllu evertitlg' tllclnollt :4io: istonction. tca?..thlhln t0he ncer iaihotg cigar Ibox ot in cotanllt Itolallld. Dr. ?elllera.vy, whlo wcrtas prtcolt, w. ,re quettol addnrlF,1a fecrcmark to two tew' members, which hlt dil with excellent t:a?t4 Mr. Wild conutrib,,ttl a " Talc ot a1 wotdca legl;" Mr. Olbona anglll "aSquaru men wlth a penny," and as all ncore, " \Yhat n bit of luck ;" Mecsrsa. HIillI tii?t. cutri:ltled I p iangandpiu l optr ! w l ~3hlch Ais wcll rc 'eireL.. Mr. MuLusky showed capital comict points with a sowing olutitleI 3Mor [haU ever." Mr. Thlirlvell colntribllted as Slr'citltionl IAd'lll Lilod Ut'lGoldon's poml, A yocico frocl thO bith.' with po.li wortul esn...
POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. THURSDAY, 31st JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
POLICE NEWS. 'lPRAHIAN COURT.. THURSDAY, l31st JA."T'Ar T. Bef,,re Mr. Alleoy, P.i'M. (sia rinT...), as Measrs. Sykeu, tirhenll, H1arris, ltis t ty, 's.p.'. lJAC TIlE T-ItIPPItlt.---Snome hienc Mr. D.ig was aenaiulted bv mne isnxxl In Chapel-street, who triPliel': him up then commeInicet to belabonur him withj liet, nrd Slielt ec[ ed. A yoeng tat nnlslt Armstrong waus seiectes, but I tie esrt IonI Thlluin?y, mtniring 'M. De exoner.ltl him finn ltl bIlatneinstlt rnul ter. The nlflender is, thueforers,'ytiit,;s tel. Moss:IY MATTERtS.--tr. CUlarton;-oeli the Natibs If S Tiiiik, olbjcetedl toeali *clt iin for lanslcape gainlening by Clu likely, ehlo statedl that hIe had meteul pIaul cllTorts to get the ibanlice of th nceeonit, alut £4 I.'. witlhout sucsa Mri. Clarton stated that Ie ivanted a fi acountit gi.?eI tItIn ts that lie iswold knio what hte n'an pI.ying for. Cane andjourel Anlour A '\brtn.-Lastn TllunsLiywed lsilsert Yanelsn siedl J. Whltcomb for tIb recovery of a wantelh loft t...
TRAGIC DEATH OF A PRAHRAN EX-COUNCILLOR. MR. WILLIAM HARRISON DEAD TWO YEARS. CLEARING UP OF A MYSTERY. DYING IN THE MIDST OF HIS FRIENDS AND NEVER IDENTIFIED. A PHOTOGRAPH REVEALS THE PAINFUL DETAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
TRAGIC DEATH OF A PRAHRlI EX-COUNCILLOR. 11l. WILLIAM HAIIHSION DAD 1TW\0 YEAIS, ,.; 4---- - ,ULARING Ul' OF A M??1TIRy IDYlsin IN TH] MID1ST WH HI, FRIENDS AND NI VIRL IDENTIFplfR A. IiOTOGiiAPII l_'-i\AJ.s *TiI PAINFUI Dif'I'irYS. There are vcry fewi. if ay, lp ,ripl?,. who will not rellmiclber MIr. Willianm i; , rioIr, whco for n IIUlmlr of earI iLt. I pncinllelltrr part ill pblic IIIottelr t J'rahlelur. Iclr, \enrir rreypr iinl r, i,| i, i.tl.o,,?Ioerr, i, oIl 1Ubithiir jwtiAI.'e .... for *liin, thIiifrr mihiio ' 'titt'lir'" 01c c .rrhii' Billy," under whichl cgeiuinoe marny ,, his contrilotiroos have aplmearel. ic Ihi, jqournal frrlm tlme t 10 Htimealtnd Hleryp.er lly hIeel tite elffect of rtirrinlg "I,.iunm;erer , to action. It cwlll be remelbere . ailthrir Augurt,' 1831i, Mr. Hnrrison cnlueu-t.ela ic'i inr tllu Prnhral eoluncil, bot or tIhat lew. sion he met witch a, vei l?,Yrrretr:lir?0 obtnirling onrly 32 votlr,oarl fmorc the rlay,stralnur to say, hIre has not beree n rce I...