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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889
A TI;.\\'lCI:121(1'ti EL"'161Et1Sl6: .. Tic ell-own'poplarlecturer of l .u woesslid.. otioiter.r Itec. !E. Arntlnteo Telferwriritig ftowt .Cteklhti I, Nec %t t Iotl, to the epty1rietol, hillrc lnte eel lt2ch 26th, ltlCrcyo, : I hae Illeatltc in Ncyicg thatl I Mol cccoun(l .cr l)Ir. Itcr.noo t'l Itmzilinn Iluirunt of greet use for a cold andu tight uc.+ * O till ceat.il 1 tarn cleer ftle Iyceceerel it to all who IKtfer it the brruthingtunlice, otel em tut it nhifap py tlhitid 111111 yott have dIi uoceren l so gttla curt fur rcutryreg crtlt eel lotllllic pu lie." It ile (rc:. th il ll l It - i., lle ill ttII ihecci;;anl the. ill i t. e ~ ne eel Vigor.. it with u eir Itc -itite. t It Ul ttit ll' c llc lie o tr nit, cl~ toiy )eeu e l.t . .diec fo1 tite h etr.l'eceer1,rhte-. tliI)l eCo rece?. I~licip lirc1-. ill A31 1. ill Pete, 'ire (Ce. IM-) jll·-tile I, aoc :ol--in f I~lile~~ll w done. anti ti[ ll. -ante "Ill ! l,16beI1 Mif shuttll e] tllh r.c-, tle Iwathe ,,11trý',".nttllt Pi,., Id W...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 February 1889
81accE ME aasrTorr or OUR m-wmrrtr SERIES, we seen to haov "caghtuon" somoehat with ourdally ontomporlo. The H,,oad on bu.. day quoted at longth fromi our o saonof thath torin ing, o& 0tho Ago ond the Dottg Telgrpalh noted simolaly on Monday ith ogoord to tho same tooo. Whoen o got in odvonoo of our dolyt on tompororioo , as w0e tooo freqOOntly dooo of late gn rgogad to voodouo mottor, it to worth "jototot. ing" over. T07DAY WE PUBLISH a very excellent portrait of the Kov. H. 8. Mercer, M.A., who hall recently boon transforrmd from the curacy o!.8t. Matthew's Church, Pmhrmn, to the incumbency of 8t; Eli 7'',Et E..an The many' exhibitions of regard that have been noticablo In connection} with his depuartur frm St. Mantthew'. felt demonstrate his popularity amongst those with wrhom to has boon associated, and, in view e the esteem in which he Is held In this districtl and the fact that he .aotth atmr il bu tels n in ictoria who would neck tlro Loner, wd have decided to tak the...
POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. THURSDAY, 7th FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
POLICE NEWS. PtHAI[ItAN COURT. tTINUtDAY, 7th i"tFuItAttY. UsI?I.ttt me Ten.etIu .-Daiele Kelly, on emn:tl for iltltnlle Il ev!ioun, wtns dis ,lnAgei ont payinl, s. for eb hire. ASSAUL.TING A LADhAItAY.--Strmh Ver tne sledl ; tnlablei?ou e teLl;t nametd O'Connell for ne-nult, which dtefetndant die aied, he being in bed aL tie timen stated. The omlla'a flee was terribly scratched. and bried frolll tir:ill-t retment received. tO'ConnYll was l?wld 2Is. or lhree days' ia pri.omlnnt. ClUneec ItF;eRtIto'lN.--A delirtEte young malrietd woman ii.e41 trotoln proceeded aetillnt hler hunb.alt Ifr deiertion. Dr. Ilarris staled thtt 3I-. StrtlletL had been decrted ol tile tliglht of ther conflntemenit, ll)b.lt th.:-, ws'l' lgo, titihont n peny in thie hlle ael live yoeeg children to keep. Tie ilnelt t nlered rl't,ntoue to enter inlto recoglnizante+ to pay :I3. a week for the support eof his wife alnd family. lchir v. Il?bir, wife desertion, was dis missed. l,.Afac:NY of ''ool'O . -lcthn Davis pl...
AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
AS WE GO TO PRESS. When .changing the form of pub. Iicatiou of this journal from a weekly to a bl-weekly on the 5th of last month, great as were our anticipations in regard to the step being one that would lead to a new erm of progression, we scarcely expected that before the lapse of a month it would be found nercesary to increase the size of the paper, which began'its career as a bi-weekly in thedorm of four pages of 3il column=. To-day, however, we are in the position oh being absolutely foarced to en large our bordenr by two additlional pages, making the paper now one of six pages of it columns, or 108 columns per week-for the Wednesday's insue will likewise consist of six pages until further notice. This really means an actual increase of 48 columns per week on the old weekly issue. Every issue in future will, therefore, he writhin two columns of the size of the paper as p)ublished weekly up to the close of last year. Nothing is left for us to say in re, gard to this latest exa...
A CHAT WITH MR. S. L. CHAPMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
A CHAT WITH MR. S. L. CHAP S :MAN. ---+-- [BY OUir. SPEfIA]L IrEPonTER.] The South Yrra. electionl promises to be Sintcrclsting as It will he excitingo if ,e'rlts turn out as they prcsent themselves t,,tIecut. After having read the requlsi. .ion to 1F0.conu'ill' S. L. Chllpman, it tas .icddcild to interview that gentleman, ccl at'cIertain If Ihe, like meme ollher ctnli intesl w olt htettatc to take the press into clls "Onlildece. Upon looking into the I' tl.ace" weofound the host seated in .his etiaforlnl eI sainctm-sa.natorium, puffing a nilL cigtr, 3nit ldscu?sing coming events vlthi) ir. Matxwell Hislop, .IP., who will act as hon. secretary to iMr. OCilalnnc's election committee. After the exchange of the ordinary courtesie? (not forgetting the ueritab!c reference to the weather) we Iroke ogouul by as incl Mr. Ohapman if he utendled lusiniis, and was assured that he vould go to the pell ng.tinst all comers. hTte next qacry w, put with some fear and Crembling, as to the consequenc...
A WORTHY OLD COUPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
A WORTHY OLD COUPLE. --l.-- +-4. To-day our Worthy citizens, Mr. and ,Mrs. J. II. Cr :w elebrtste thoir gohlen wedding tlny, antl little mt:rrynlakiug take? plaln at the St. Kilda Cottffee lace this evening. We re iot "arle," but we'll be them. levertheleos-in spirit. We wish the aged couple netch joy, anll trust they wilt live to rclebumte their dialmond wedding.
THE BANK OF VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
THE BANK OF VICTORIA.. The reult of tle last half-ya. r 'opern tioes ,o tih t1h1k of Victoria shlrrs very satifactory Img;re-. The pI?ltitsa Illloullt to 43,.I 1 13. 1 kl., which is to be dlivihi.l to follow. :-l):lvitnd[, I0 per cent Iprr ntullnu , l:25?110: reserve fulld, ClO,00 ; tlhe .sum of £831, I1i . 10,1. bting carricl for yanr to next b tf-dyear.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
IT has often been observed that noto rious offenders never fail to secure followers. Jonas IscAnIor, of scriptuyal history, betrayed his GoD for an insig oificantmonetary sum,and thiswretched mall has, even to tile present day, to a greater or lesser extent, persevering imitators. We have in tile Prahran city council a corporate J.Tns, who w.ishes to sell for two hundred pieces of gold tile volunteer firemen and the ratepayers' right, title, and interest in Ssunlk capital of nearly £6,000. In open meeting assembled, several of tile eouncillors, by their utterances, bestow Opon the volunteers and those rate payers who support them, the kiss of betrayal, for when in the secrecy of committee they act differently-they must act diametrically opposite to their public preaching, for. how else could all these tacitly-agreed-to, completely unanimous overtures to the insurance companies be made. We detest this poli tical hllypocrisy, which in polite circles is termed diplomacy, but in plain, ...
CITY OF MELBOURNE BUILDING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
CITY OF MELBOURNE BUILD ING SOCIETY. ----+ At thle h am ttiug of tile City of Mtel* tourne Itholiug Society, IMt. . t. J. ichanl son, the I l:tager, reported teotal roceipts for .ltllllaar to Ie .30itt,(t0. )urinlgthe te teriod. 422 itvcetig ai borttnlgil shllare wtrl. iksellcdl, anlldl tile balanllce dille oil the tixtl shares paid, the whole of the o,0lll thares of £t3 acL being fnow f.ly paid up, nutlug the fixed c,.pital £73,000.
PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
PARS PITHILY PUT. Picnies. Rain galore. Jack-in-the-box-weanther. Yet another enlargement. More suicide in high life. Cook disowns the deadly brawn. This is Mr. J. B. Crows! golden wedding day. Punshon'~vill go for.Parliament after this. Our illustrations-wo have another lbad attack. Dr. McLareu issabout to leave us -pass tlihe oions. . ... Another collision in the English Channel -21 lives lost. Cidcralla ball."a .partial_-uccess--two hundred present. Typhoid alarming everybody but the mnnicipal aethorities. l)eecetive? Nixon'i attempted mnirderer nught in New Zealand. Gaunt-the new temporary judge. Evi dence of decentralization. Good temlper, like a sunny day, sheds a brightnesa over evorytmhig..- . Mir IMary Jane Grant, the female swindl er, is sent up for two years. Mr. Gibbs, the late Registrar-General, left prpperty valecd at £1,300. The St: Kilda Swimming Club, to-day, at Hegarty's baths. Heaps of fun. Martin Simonsen, of operatic fame, in solvent-Fanny Simonsen ain't. Arkle ...
ANTI-GROG, OR "GROGGY"—WHICH? [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
ANTI-GROG, OR "GROGGY" WHICH? 'The St. Kilhln Etllnoade Coffee Palace synidcate dosen't "gee." At n meeting held last week it was reported that the purchase of land at £9,500, which had been effected by the. ate secretary of the syldi. ctte (Mr. C. Atkinson) was unmatisfactory, and that the manner in which the synli 'it? wton formed was not such nr could meete with approval. It mha been decided to take legal procetlingo against Mr. Atkin.
ST. KILDA SWIMMING CLUB. ANNUAL "LADIES' DAY." [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
ST. KILDA.SWIMMING CLUB. ANNUAL "'Lr.DI)tS' DAY." The nllltal aquttatic entertaillnment, in con:ectilon with the St. Killa Swilmming ClubtLlkesplteie tlaflteernou at llegarty' ltaths, St. Klla. Atmntgllelt thettatctions will he tihe u.etd aquatic evolutionts, in cluding an lmbrcella lance, the Ladles' Bracelet. 101 yds., the cotmpetitors being nominateld by lalies. A oveclty will be introduced, after an exhibition of diving. in the form of " Sea sprile revels," the plt.. de re?ietnlc Ihing the Laties' Ilmcclet, i00 yd'., tihe nnlinator of the winner to receive it h.tndlll e gold bracelet. Dr. IIt. E. Schlel?iger, the club's medieal oliler, will slperiltenl an exhibitiin of life. tvinlg, and the e:tert.aillmet will conclude with a Soummer idyll, entitled "The Whirled Against lier," writtenl pecially for the occasion. The scenter' a'" srll tltundlintg, by tie local artist (Mr. iJohn lireirty), tare oa a style of grnttleur hitlhelto etttttbWt .
OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. TO-.10RtIOW'S SERVICES. FIFTH 1IISND.Y AFTr. EPIPHANY. The preachers in the undrcinentionedo local churlchc to.mlorrow are as Iollolows: ALL SAINTS' CiHURH, St. Kihla - Mont ing uld evening CHRIST CHURC;'., St. Kila-ileoning Rce. I. Stanley-Lo.ew ; evening, Rcv. T. H. Arncstrroe . ST. (IEcoIGOE's RI'fc?STTE.I:I.iN CV.UltCII, licst St. Kildai-3irning adil eventing. lier. J. (lrdoen Mackie. ST. .\ARTIN'S' CIIUhocII Ilacwe.lbur'i - Morni:ig ald evening ST. (iEoRE'S CIIUoRcUI, ?[alvcrn-Morn. iug anud evcni, RlIce. C. .1. Godby, M.A. PRtAIIR.N IBAPTIST CHURCII, Cecil i'lace. -3lot ling and cvcning, le. iv. .1. Malkckenzie. DBlrI,: CIlrrsTIA"s MIIITDIiSo T CUiteicH, East PraThrli - Mlor.tig. Rev. A. llogeri; ecenitg, ltev. 1. I.ockwcold.
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. TIHE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. Cultivate not only the corn-fields of your mind, but the plenauro grounds oleo.-Whete~ly. PUL .sss will in future appear in Wednesday's oedtitt and the answers in battttdy's. .A Pnlzs-aR lady's hand-beg, valued t cL IsI.- will bt given to the girt ttt ,tds the gtetttst number of correct answers from 5th January to 0hJthJne, tnd atnttar-ta writing desk, vtlued t t -91 le.--to the boy whko sands the greatest numberr o t answers from 5th January to 9th Joat. Tih nunm0. will be published, and competitors it requested to kii 'Ullst as a chttk iognlnst errors ourpatr. t Answers must reach the Editor by 10 u.th. on Fridys. --- Wea shell I sbllge if orsodnt adn now puzzles wll kindl ty atitahthe S swers; ittis not necesshry for conundrums to bettrigittl, nlt though we prefer them :n.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
iapers and Clothiers. JOHN PARRY.& CO.'S SUMMt CLEARANCE. MANCHESTER White Caltcd 2d uepwards ; Tahle Linens, from d. lhd to Is 111; 68-in. Sheeting, Os 11ld; White and Fancy Quilts, from 2sa ld; Shirtings, Curtains, Napkins, &. EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS DRESSES. Boxed Robes, 5e 11d, Os lld; Chidren's --do, 4s dlld; Striped Silks, is .0d; Revrsiblc Cslmunerc, Is(worth 2s 1 d); Stuffs, from 3s lid; do Liberty, Pon gee, Moid Silks, &c. MUST fE SOLD. FANCY. Job Loth Lace Flouncing, wide; 1s; * JRibbons, from Id; Real China Silk a= .Hantdkerchiefs, 1s lid; Embroiderice, from Id to 11d; Laces, Collars, SLong Handle Umbrellas. VERY CHEAlP. HABERDASHERY. Black, Tan, Leather Belts, Is lld: l.et B. Baskets, from Gd each ; Wire llair Brushes, 1s; Pot Plants, from t id; Purses, Bags, Fans and Buttous. , :CLEAs4ATIHALF PRICE. HOSIERY AND GLOVES Ladies and Childreu's Summer Hosiery, from ad to is 6d; Ladies' Silk Hose, 4s 6d (special); Job Lot Tan Kid Gloves, 18 ; Kid and Fa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
Banking Institutions. ,OE NATION LA BANK OF AUS. Caldind Sdbld -fd. £1.210,000. Pad-up, £1,000000. Ile-ar1cd Fond-, £070,000. 1100000 lAbility oi oAArclA0a, £1,000,000. PRARN AN B1ANC01 iNTERiliT ALOOVEO ON DEPOBITS. fta in l nn Enginnd, Irclnnd, Rcotlnnd, and All IT lkn', Iobmucoo- -l Agioolo, thtrouL tan Aol A loroo. HI. R. ENGLAND. nlnespcr. , ,1I NATIONAL IIANK OF' AUSTRALASIA. Canliltl Sll1scribal l,250000. Pli-anlT,. Pl#o.o.OO Iloesrve Fulls, iTO.O0O. :ccrve Li llility of Shareholders, £1,500,000. ST. KILDO)A lIBANCH. co?nwrr Iigh-.startnd WVellington.street. , E.t I e oo Interest allowedl on toney disfl i O*oool omi E oglad.l Ireloud, Ootlond, ,uoI h' 0llklO OrOlclhs oid Agnclies throughout GORDON II. DARE, Mnllo.eCo. I' NATIONAL BANK OF AUS. TRAIASIA. Capitnl Sollt'crik. £1.,50.0,0. ieso od Filln, £670,000. ,eerve Linl'llty of Shlrehloldlers, £1,lM.00, IFALACLAA IAUtIANCH, INTE01EST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. it isamul oil Enfilld, Irelnndl, Sotlnlll, and Illo °' RE o n,0O ad nlio...
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. This journal Is published on Wednesday and Saturday niorninp-s, and may bo obtnined from ail The Iibscriptioan is one enny per copy--seCen hiillinrga per annum--nine sblllings posted, To insure thecir insertion, rued to admit of J proper chsusiflntion, edrcrtiscment sasholdraehc this office by six o'clock p.m. on MIondays and Tlhursdays. Special advertiscments received up to five p.m. on Tnesdays and Fridays. Subscribers who may receive the paper late, or irrcnflrJy, are requesated to notify alneat| this office iu order that the inconvenience may be remedied. Advertisers are remninded that all instrue. tions refcrringto tlhe withdrawal of advertise urcnts, etc., musat be in ?Titing, as crerln notices mnnot La attended to. Lettera and other communications intended for insertion in the ?ows columns should Le addressed to The Editor. No not/co enn Le takeon of Rlanonmous cm municationn. Every letter must be accompanied by the name and address of the writer...