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AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. ST. KILDA BRANCH. THE PRESIDENT'S SMOKE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSO ':' CIATION, liT. KILDA IltA.NOH, THE pRESIDENT'S BMOKE NIGIIT. The St. Kilde branch of the Acustolian Natives' Aoeintillon. were treated to an oreolog's enjoymoent last Tu4elaytnight, by their preidenot, Councillor (ee. Turner. Before the jovial part of the programme was Inlrttmocd, the ordloary busihest of the branch was disposedl of, which itcludedl the acceptation of several n0w mnmbers, after which the invitation was given to "tlre up.". The "eueoke night" woi' giveO Ir the Duke of IDevlochird Hilotel, tlis lwing the tirat meeting of the hbmtlcl at thlmt place, whtch has boca chosen as more central nl mooe adaeptel for the·paur'oe than the "George." About iO gentlcdcen accepted tInvitations to It 1crc.nct, tnlo found wheln once the hall w00. 0et rcelllig a jovial ompanta y.- No ooocer wtct icesco disposed of thlan the " weed" we. brougllt into full ploy, andl for the foltoviotg fbLur hours Host Ellis' bhet rootm tver presected a moro smoky appear.ttce. ...
ST. KILDA COURT. FRIDAY, 1st FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
HT. KILDA COURT. FRIDAY, Ist FEBOOUAT. Iofore Ml rs. Jcas (MOnvor) snd Turoo DFssPo nNcoOv.-E lnelioe Riclhnl, ottemptld o uiellio on theu 22nd of It onlthl, ?w ,IJslcurgod. Hllonf.1CAO.-Johnl Iretoli nud J flowl',v for In~lg drunllk ond ,ilisorod oerediocharged witho coutiol;. INtcUTIN0 l00 ?EIA VIOuIB.-F. Hot' wos fllod 23?. for Insillltllg blehavIOUr. SQ U 'ARRt ?O .E r oU W EN.-- A ca ge ? -Curry v. Key-owan , after eoxulitlt anidl counter eXplllaationl , dlofUIdl. MouiTHE AND lh'O-.-0n I-hI '0Owe ionmcld Irn'okll uhehLgd i'oer,:'S 0l nOnultlng helr oil W?lnenly wveek,butl evldenceu of tl?e ?un w t to prove that Inlother wa drullk, Inod ii tlnmnog hte of hs. honuso sllC felt and e oainf'the NJ omilocineld of.,. Cnndllo odisutl. L IMoTHf [O AIf"D)AuO,0rThn.-Mrs. opplicd fo? a wmurtnto, arrent lher 1~1 old 4aniterto, wldob woo rrlsd.
HOLLOW DIAMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
o A' U 1 H H I A O S Auwers hvre been received ,ful lows: Nlliu Crawfon?l, Chapcl-lstreet, Windsor: A Puzzler, Meitagrams, A Wordnl of Five Letters, nid Tranualsitlon No. 1. F. Curlcwls, lhobe-strct: Metagmrnm, T'mnupoditions No. I, A Word of Five Letters, HoIIlow Diamond. It. Gillesple, Scotch Coll*ge, St. Kil.a: Mctngrnaus, Tmusposltion No. 1, Hollow tilnonioll. J. Morgan, South Yorro; A. llobertron, Williame*road: A Puzzler, nnd Metalgmmns. F. Purnell, South Y?trea: .?1oo(igllun, Trmslpositioln No. 1. V. Ilunvroy, Alfrd-stlreet : Metgrams. "A lPuzzler" has brought forwanl nume rul untsw,~l, but only three wcoleltitor are rull:cesfllt, nlthough , htrge numelnr will see thut theey ha'.' g'eu very oeer the A letititn wns preenkntel to the ]lelarn connltell, at Its Inst toetling, fronm the Irivero of cohn in Sooth Ynrmr ndl I~ml nll, aoldng for the eotablllshmelt ofoa cab stand In Toomak, ndl uminnlg the cor?ta u4 Irvlng-street, at theo tmm Iaitng, ,L hrcfcrnce to any othtre
SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
".SPORTS : COLUIYUMN. By O. C. Tlt Cutturlt mltatch bettenl the M.C.O. Elevei aitll the ¶?Žw South Waltes tetltt Ilt r.-eltled in a wil for the formnrkby trvlve runs, ttlnetts te th.eplenditd tehldlg t shi\tli by their inen. Itruce tnd Ehal?lntt ne't coi$sjiecilou in .tlli. rispeet, hla' i:tte r, secnrig one f the nmoet" Thiient catclle· e er mll-inlt tile tiLY gttttit|t ieotli .of mtelm? It'iCte tbe't ec tw.t t ol.-t ' nico still itt the Nte position-h th tatvi. scored n eqiutl tnuber of ewint. Two ititprtnot mnitcheta.ro e to Lo sttrted thli afternoon-one- for tile tSp(orte DeI.t (matting) Trophy,' anl the other for the Land Troplth. In the foriner the.comtest ntts are tihe H etwkshturn andt Wnlerer' elubns, .The former havo an unbroken oo - cord~ and the latiter have suffered a diefe.t at the hands of the Camberwells. Therl is bountd to be a large attendance, an tisT tcii tvill almoAt decille aslto whiether tlit Hawkhburn are to have an tnboaten 1t - ' tory for this vluenble trop...
THE POET'S CORNER. THE Editor is always ready to receive original poetical effusions, which will be published when suitable. It is desired to cultivate the gift, and render this department of the paper as interesting as possible. A MODERN MARTYR. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
THE POET'S CORNER~ Tu? Ed toer Id alwe'a cn?e?yn orefeie origial povtion fmlsee, which wlh l e tlithtcwhCe u euttmlet. It l..~l-t de~ to c?flt .te t~elTeltt Wri,, thin, maningt,,,~~t' lMd rt her t hl istapng. :,,ePain uns~sing,: £erttŽ as ocrsee l sie itn " " t Ra hi " "orur - un ln... . SL ovrtil?e?tl l hil n u tt lt llt w uithout inttlilttg y.i iti, t gite iite tew..rantseitttj,tii ihi., chIid t t, the Ateic [tlltlld.] · i SAellillt nctrit g, • Ofhru.hr to lh|e '0 vitlnrcnl, otg." Iteetyr I ICll..~lp~ 'to norelef Lu, " Fclde with 'i'icIf? e .. tUot frrlll hvmllslRt used1P. 1th shlUtil;. ' Ach e" at b~e~te,,.'tri'gh it ,CtlllOet twee entilg, , Off lie rushcl to hcve it etel Dentist ready S. Try g , e d I ? . : i "Extra chnarte bht, o ai - sexix ;, Feel no paiu , sir, Comre again, sir, Whean yo're ine ia lmar irx." Aud the maddened i3an's haart:glaehneted At thb' new, cehilnt a, alas! He bhtaILoght haim .Whlt they'd tnught-him';' Nan 'twam Array reesegiga. " :Shoutinig DIory ." " "l...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 February 1889
Medical. MOTHEIL SElIGEL'S Operating Pills, FOI CONSTIPATION, , SLUGGISH LIVER, &c.. TNLIKE many kinsb of cathartic mredicines, do Snot nmk~le you feel worse before you eel better. Their ol~ration is gntle, but thoroulgh, utld wmthmnded with disagreeblde efeecta, sulch a: aulse? griping· paitus, &e. SEIEL'H OP,,ITI.O PILLS ILar te bIstlIfaily physic thdt hGd Ievrbeen discovered. They cleanse the bowels frm all irritating substances, amld leave theml in a healthy condition. The best remuedy extant for the "rune o! our ltpes--constii.tion Ind lLhg gih liLer. These Pills prevenlt fevers and all kinlds of sickness, by removing all poisonous maotter free! the bowels. Theyoperate briskly yet dlildly, wrthoout ny pin. IIyou tLke a severe cold, slld are threatellll Oith feLer, SitE pains in the heSd, IISk, IJG limbs, one or two doses of SADC NEL OVENI .IS. Pn~s will break up the cold and prevent th., fever. A coated tongue, with a bmcrlackish te, 14 enused by foul mntter. il...
MASONIC CHURCH FESTIVAL. AN IMPOSING SCENE TO BE WITNESSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889
MASONIC CHURCH FESTIVAL. AN IMPOSING SCENE TO BE WITNESSED. The Masonic church festival, to bhe held at Prahrsle on the 24th inst., promises to be a brilliant spectacle. The brethren will assemble at the Pratlan Town Hall, and march in regalia to St. Matthew's Church, where a sermon will bhe preached by Bio. the Rev. W. Mlantell, Assistant District Grand Chaplain. The Rev. Canon Langley and llro. the Rev. 0.3. . Godby, District Grand Chaplain, will assist in the service, which will be full choral. A strong choir, une!r lr. C. Truelove, is in active reh?earal. The musical arrangements will be on a magnificent scale-perhaps never exceeded in Melbourne. Admission will be by ticket only, so that any nusecmly crlysh. ing may be avoided. A collection will be made in aid of the Alfred Hlospital re building fundl.
PROFESSIONAL & MERCANTILE MEN [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889
I'IIOFESSION.L & 1E IICANTILE MEN W?V beg to draw attention to thoie follow ilg, viz. :--:1 n ear insures agatnst ALL necidents to humnn life, Illnd oeurcs 1000 at death nod tI weeck during injury. l'ropo-al forms and all particulars ou np ilicatiol to the COLONIAL MUTUAL INsUlt ANCO ContrANY, 82 Collins-strEot V1est. ONm TIIopBAND, FIVAB IUNDoED cnlinto have b&in PAoD'by TIlS CompanSy.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889
YWsiLn those interested are compara tively unanimous in upholding the' principles of the Factories and Shops Act as righteous, they complain of its imperfect machinery. The Shop Em ployees' Union intend putting parlia mentary candidates at the approaching election through a severe catechism upon the subject, and will hbring all their influence to bear in defeating gentlemen opposed to early closing. To completely satisfy the Union, aspir ants to legislative honours must be in favour of shops being closed at seven p.m. on ordinary nights, and ten p.m. on Saturdays, by Act of Parliament; they must advocate the removal of the power conferred on municipal councils, and transferring the control to the Go vernment; and they must faithfully promise to assist, in the event of being returned, to bring in a measure with the object of releashing shop assistants from obligations to work aftef the hours specified. We are ready to admit that legislation of this description is made necessary; the ...
HOUR GLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889
Floun GLASS. 1.-An itnoig'ary regionof happinco and case. 2'.--A disagreeable f rom, il.-CCcrttilluplsllt* 4.-Duplicity. 5A tot ter. 7-A frpae S.-One wcrho makes beenning. o.-Kinds of etnrlihht. Diagonals, right to left, down-the thrce fattcs Iott to riogt, lown-those whod withhold. Ctrd, lodwon--oehhdngo.
PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889
PARS PITHILY PUT. Soft weather. Siavin the slogger. America shows fight. Suicide or duel which? Dillon's visit postponed. Further stamp troubles. J. C. Abernethy, biganmist. irahran station burglarised. Attemptel suicide at Prmhmrn. \Woman r lnistc at Richmond. Congcce runs 171 milesna hour. More Irish members ' sent up.":' Indlignation rife in Castlemaine. ticbatioull burglary at Benclla. Wesleyan war council broken up. ].i I lung Chang has got his hair off. Our ill.trh.ation-Rev. iH. S. Mercer. Caelilatei continually cropping up. .lushice Webb retires--go up Moleuworth. War cltutt in lurope-when will it A oitive Pl'etietionist returned for Albury. :Sriolu lire avertei at Moran and Cnto's, Six-i gl paper next Satunlrday-still ad I:nk of ,1lelen ll tu i Au strall-a-capita?i Ther " Vag." recommenecs a big benefit for SiullC.eo. " The \'?gaboand" condems the frcee music atL thi late Show. Dr. Kenlikon ill hot water with the iPrIhrlen NStiCve. More pioMcled food. Peopledon't know what ...
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. Caltiate uono only the corn~fields of your mind, but the plea?uro ggrounds also.--UTantlyg. PUZZLE, 'ill in future , ppear in ,edneslay's edition and the a. enLsrs in Sattrdhy'a. A l'nlPz:---? lady's handml?g, allleal at £1 Is. will I, giveu to the girl who senda the greatest nmnlar of correct answers from 5th Janmrv to 30th June, and n.other--a writing desk, vnlnd? at £1 ls.--to the beoy who sends the greatest numler of answers from 5th Jammry toOhJtml. The name., will l? published, alnd competitors are requested 1,, keep a list am n check against errors on our part. Anlswers must reach the Editor by 10 a.m. on Fridays. Weo hall re obligel if eorreslptondents sending new puzzles will kindly attach the nwersra; it 1s nuo necessary for eonnndrunul to Im original, al though we prefer them so.