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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889

Births. tMSISTIRONG.--On the 2nd inst., at GiOn Hunt. loy, Caulfteld, the wife of J. A. Armstron, of TAYLOR.--On the 3r Februiary, at 28 Fawlner. atrot, South Yarra, tho wife of Alfred Tnylor Marriages. tOBINSON--WARE.-On Slio 30th lit., at tho residcnce of tho bride's pnrcnts, by lthoe Io. J. Mtcgak, asBisted by thoRovs. Professor ontoul, D.D., and T. R. Cirnas, BOllarat, tho Bor. Stmuol lobiuaon, St. Kildn, to Amdsio odRgcr Waro, daughtor of John Waro, Yalla-y-.poor, WILSON-HOARE.-On tho8th Janunry, tt St. Antthow's Church, Prahrn, by the Rov.Caonon LEngloy, Jtacs Henry, second son of Richsnr WVlsou, Esq,, of Cudgtwa, to Emily, second daughtor of tho lato Henry T. Hoare, Eq., C.E, mu" seurveyor, foror ly ot -ylcsfo . .i . : Deaths. COOK.-On tin end innt., nt Drighton Beannh, Jobn. the infnnt son'ol neongo and EthelCook, anendlmonths. DOWNIE.-On thn Sth Int, after a brien illness, nt Abielnin, WVestbury-stret, St. KildIlnlnain Bergin, benloved ilf ofJ. i. Donnel. SANSOSI-On thn Gii...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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MALVERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889

MALVERN PRESItYTER?.AN CIIUIRCtI: The Rev. W. L. Morton has been appointed minister of the above church, 40 membcrs of the clmrch:biit of 61 hlaving signed the call to that gentleman. Although the call is not signed by all the members of the ;lluitrh, the: fdeling tn fDioriio .df; ;3i. Moorto's appointment is practically uuanit

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ST. KILDA No. 2 FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889

,ST. KILDA No. 2 FIRE BRIGADE. --- ---'O---- Sit, --T answer to your humorous cor. respollndent (" Victim ") remarks we would like to point him out someof the errors he has fallen into. II reference to the bang. ing of the beoll in the small hours of the mornig andl the crowd shouting "Where's the key,""burst in the loor," &c., I would sk himn if it is at all likely that any of the ire.l.en would be foolish enough when everyi member is provided with a key. Judgiog by the style his letter was written in we shouhl imagie he had fallen instead of relipebd op the railway steps on that occaeion. As regards the tiovelling away to suburban fires, we think " Victim" for gets the motto of fire brigades, which is 'assist oneanother." "'Viclim" remarks iwe are the same fraternity that congregate on Suniay afternoons on the kerhbtone. W\e dtluy that any one of them belong to the brigade. We woul also oint t out that it is beyond our duty to shift the crowd ihet generally congregate when...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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The Following appeared in a portion of Wednesday's Issue. A POPULAR PARSON. THE REV. HARRY STANLEY MERCER, M A. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889

The Following appeared in a por tion of' Wednesday's Iissue. T, III: I YV. - II:17. ,1 ' ;I' .N j Fi Y S g EI. . , 3 . ' i I.A., ,the ebjiet of tir e irteanyinr l rtoretltaphy wl.'ri,, ItILit ier hiled liiy dof Cretry a'r-;: e htl :f A?i l 1r , r 11 r wil a rearied aillltllrt the Ili orl associhtionl f t •ii : f" L d ,' :ir:r, rii' i', r r. 1 r Irl se lrl theis .a: 11"d'u k, A. ?lhv ,h. an I h ht:rf hye oi th.r tireci "l\1d, a s?fh'i.m.v~itz" 'he V ieivwl his I'd paratorr edilcation at tihe Coventr Granri noor.Seioirir i r~w e Itrre tfid ierr r inve oft a valuable exhibitrio, uIpno whic hbr prrVce, rtfo tie C.oibril-e Ue i r:t- .itl Octobe, 187fr, 'rln feoame r r re-oict at ieml'brloke College, .hwerohe l obtained nlrithematicll scllo'hilr .hrgi, i ."rr dnr ing ihe u'eol three year' couroc, he maoe f elrocrittiorif y mo~ihoritama ,ttreethogy, n:1 oentl srcieneC '-He obtaitied o te ilherigr of ttocheiorofAetrtsi Joonuory 1tin, orri flit of M?aIter of Art.. .tle. erk' hler. turiong ti...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. A BRASS BAND WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. A BRIIASS HANI) WANTED. SIR,-It ihas often caused me to wocnder ns to why there is not a good brass band in such a large city as i'rahran. Surely out of the great number of inhabitants here there can be a few toanm who are musical I have beea unsuccessful among imy few friutel.i trylug to form a bahood, and now oappeal to tthe publiac for nsitance. We all knowowhat dilticultics there are to be on countercd il keeping such a band together, but by a little. pcrscerranc these c?n be surmoilutedl..Tru t -ig that those rwho co-i incide with me will also correspond, so that all arranlgmeat cnu b;e made, I ami, 11 Ann stret, Windsor. RE.

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889

THE REV. HARRY STANLEY MERCER, B• A.

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THE PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889

THE PRESENTATION. A very pleasing ceremony was performledt at St. Matthew's Church last l'rilcay night, when the rev. gentleman was madte the recipient of a well-.filled prslo? vercevins by his many admircr, on tile oecat.iol of his leaving St. Mattllew' o take np the work of a new parish at Ea:t CKew. lie was enticed to the Iresentation by an invite to attend a service of song entitled " The CRuler's Daughter," the reaaing of which he was asked to conduct, and then, dlrinll ant Interval, the advantage was takecn leos session of by Canon Langley to make ai presentation of a purse of sovereigns, which he did in a few remarks, in which he rc ferred to fMr. Mercer'n usefulncices while in this parish for the last 1 mtontlls, during which time Mr. fercerhad been oonncetol with all tile various works of tile church, and ended by wishing him incrteased use fulness in the now scphcre of labour in whicl he was removing.. Mr. Mercer, who wioo comnpletely taken abaeck by the pre sentatlio, rep...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889

Bakers and Confectioners. Volkmann & Scoles, reSTarYCOoxe cud COFi CTIONnRS, IT5JCbnrd.stnt, Wbhidcor, ýEGS to notif to the rr ddclt of R'inaa nnd'Prnhtnu.'that they Irrc olkned Irlli I~ NI abov, hwhr they hap. by civility and attm~on to receive n share of the public llpn o WEDDING PAR'TIES AD) OTHER! ' "CATERLED FOR. ~· . !'COLLEE LAWN BAKERY, No. 83 Gred)!o F. u. STAIBS bg t to iabannto tlht hhalt o~wuo at the above address a bSato Nd 1 astryook, nudB, while thanking the ubbic for peat ! 5frsaga. ht-p by surplylng ale,-,--! a! -rst,-la qualitlto melt a y-! tinunnea a! 11 Caksay Ca a,-balurl s,, lwrties,elc. All osls supl ldd oS tie shortest notie. ; , asllllsasl1 frIl duilly. Dread dylissyad at PFN)hs Sb Kilda, Wibl-, and Soath Ylrn."" ' ITAYNES BROTHERS, (L .ta, f Sai.dh t) IL the Pronlior BDkcrs. Codl lianon, m1d Cotto,...·5 C1111IM1-atnriVt. Sontll Y~rnl, lulv'he secaml the sonirte of nrpt-cIyS tr4ld5sm As I-[olluln: tU xulljdg gttmt Lriuty of nrtjclov of x11 wnorq 45it...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889

CONUNDRUMS. I.-What letters of the alphabet are most like a Roman Emperor? 2.-Why is a copy of The Prahraan Tle raph or The ,t. Kilda ,ldrerierr likeo a toothhbrsh ? 3.-Why is the vowel "0" the only one ever sounded 7 AN BW ERS: 1.-The C's are. 2.-Because everyone shooull have one of his own-, llnd not he borrowing his neigh bour: '. 3.-lecnause all the otllheri are injasrlihflr. Anowers have been received as follows : J. Iortgn, South Yarm--Diamor Puzzle. Transpositioo, Names of Towns, a Puzzle, Conllndrums Nos. 1, 2, and 3. F. Curlewis, Robe-strect, St. Kilda. Diamlnod Puzzle, Traosposition. Names of Towllns, Comundrums Nos. 1, 2, and 3. I. Gillespie, Scotch College, St. Kilda. Diamond Puzzle, Names of Towns, a Puzzle, Conundrumn No. I and 3. Nellie Cmwfont, Chapel-street : Ichael Finlay, William,-road ; A. Robertson. Wil liams-road.-Dimnono , Puzzle,i Transposi ion, Namtes of Towns. A Puzzle. F. Pursell.-A Puzzle, .Diamond Puzzle. Transposition. Names of Towns jumoled up, Colllul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889

. .I! . ... W. SHERLAND & Co.'s o LEARING ECIT,1'PSlS ALL OTItERS IŽ: . t-. .. ' .,t Drapery;i . ,. , , Millinery, and Clothing. .e'oO ~, eri(. i-loM .H ALL 1IUST GO, Profits: Entirely..Abolished, AbYWE )l~T HIAVE THE ROOM Fort WINTER GOODS WAITING TO BE OI'ENED. Wm. Sutherland and Co. .DqI?t?uT IMr1'pnT.?ts. ehnuC 1,> dki. Co.) 15 CHAPEL ' STRt EET (opposite CoffOe iTavern), Exhibition :W- O',O: LL E Nf'SF I SEOILE requiring a NEW SUIT of CLOTHES to attenul the forthcoming Elections, nouMh Aoa wcl!t t "& CALL AND INSPECT THE LARGE Exhibition, . Mosgeil, AND Colonial Prize Tweeds, N W ON V I E W,i AT P. GARDINER & CO.'8, THE London and American Tailors, I~. `'·I-, ' .'t CHAPDPELST .EETE" : P R A H R A N, Near Townt Hall, 11 CrA.IE x.DOSrST., ,',T1 L?.F?IeOUBNE. Vt'1S t nooti tU i zsH 00: II, tar :lrertising were 'iSii.ii-iili1 enpr?oly for the Melbourne International Exhibition, So any Purehaser may Depend on Secunring A FIRST-CLASS SUIT At 100 per cent. I...

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A PUZZLE. ANSWER: [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889

A PUZZLE. One person represented the five clranc

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THE PULPIT. HOLY TRINITY, BALACLAVA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889

HOLY TRINITY, BALACLAVA. The annual meeting of the parishionero of Holy Trinity, Balaclrav, wns holhl onll Iu 21st January, the incumbent (Rev. Di:. Torrance) being inl the chair The totail receipt, for ?h?tyei:i'iinhofitdet to £1,27?t o10. 2d., of which £13:1 1Ps. d t. waR col lected for objects outside the churchh; £ 15f uad alsot baee collected for the Iishop of Mellmtnes fund. A. special effort hadl been made towanls rledllucillng the debt, nil| teloted in abolt t71t0 beintg eolletet for W. H. Smoith, Dr. Ilarriket, nul Mr. ,lamto M3Ioon) ?ach contr;buted £10tt. The fol lowing getcllle enwerelectedas ua-nlianl1s. For the tparishie,. viz., r cliaitV. II. Smith, ?Iesrs., ., S.T-Grinwade, II. Jell g f,. 1,. Pa?.0 , 1,\ W. A. Stoke,, H. itokebutery, G. \t. Wa hnley, er. lla, ricks and Mr. . I t. Fuee the incud?te nt tappointing Dr. Micin, 1rh U. htrigoie, and Mr. W. A. Boeke. Mr. Fuge was sub Cxeeir et C-l i h.-loo. t?eretary of the bteaml of Guadniaoe.

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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889

BOWLING. Mr. f. Willis, J.l'., ?a invited thle ment. bers of the t'ralutau Bowling Club to play a friendly jgmoe of bowls against a tenam of the Meclbourne Club on Thutrday next one their ground at Windsor. Tthe rmbrreroarf the Prahrmn Club are requested to meet on the Melbourne groutl t twro o'clock sharlp. Play will coumeoc att three o'clock.

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ST. MARTIN'S, HAWKSBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889

ST. 31AITIN'S, IIH\AWR UIliN. = The annual meeting of St. Martin's Church, Hawkhsblrn, was hehl on Thursday ovening, 31st January, the Rev. W. K. Birodribb in the chair. The treasurers rq port for the year showed that though in special effort in the way of a barnar, ce., had been made, the pew rents arnlhoffer-' toeles hidl rE'rieored ttlpor ible, after inotf ing all ondlinary church expen ec, to sliglitly reince the debt on the bnilding. Great' regret s exriliree1i it theL Ited. r . I lrodrithh' resignatioe of the cutrcth,and htti aplproaehing dearture for England. The. ijoiyfugi:glitrni?' r wt??re rlelted_ as the oardl of guallians for the ell?uing year:-. Nolminated by the cltergyman-3IssM. 1. HI. Finlay, J. D. ]atton, .C. H. Davies, and Captainr Evite:r noenloated by thIe true tees--ltesnen. A. It. Webi. J. Taite, J. laeartney., and RI. Ma1aue; ,?ominr.ted, ?y the parishioener--Mlesers. I. G. Holdsworth, W. M[. Reeve, It. Crossley, and J. Fletcher.

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THE ELECTIONS. THE CAMPAIGN FAIRLY STARTED. THE LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889

THE ELECTIONS. ------e-- TIIE CAMPAIGN FAIRLY STARTE'ID. ----+-- TIlHE LATEST NEWS. --¢~ - The election campaign has nt last fairly openIed, nlld ieomething like excitement is now noticeable. Tile cfiel in the electorte of St. Kilta remains the S?ame ip to date, hllilst in tile l'mtbn electorate at suolen "Lboom "as applre, o remarks or rtk on OVedneoday in regutl to the lndesitmbility of allowing a walk-over in this electorate having stirred up the citizens. Two new names have bIeen added to the list of aondi dates nnounced, viz., "Mr. E.J. Dixon,J.I'., anll MrI. W. Nelston, whoholds t Imlet ing alt thle Pmlranll Town-hall on W'ed c?oday night next. Mr. Nelson, .vhois a journalist, was for nome mouths on the literary staff of this Ijournal. ie is ulillng out na t statllnch liberl, an Ihas eenl ilduced to becoml a candidate by oeveral well-knlown anl influntial gentle. enllland is pnromied strong support. HIls utloultUcemenlt appearsn il another part of this itu.o Vartou other l une...

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DIAMOND PUZZLE. ANSWER: [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889

DIAMOND PUI'ZZE. ANSWER: G ALE 'GRAVE G L ADD EN GLADSTONE GLITTER STONE ONE

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HOUR GLASS. ANSWER: [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889

HOUn GLASS. ANSWER :- j EARILAdHE :. TARES ART NAN AINGLS . . N TN II I, ENTEtB R SANDSTARS

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NAMES OF TOWNS JUMBLED UP. ANSWERS: [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889

NAMES.OF TOWNS JUMBLED UP. ANSWERS: 1.-Liverpool. 2.-l? ltimore. 4.-Dresilen. 4.-Marseilles.

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TRANSPOSITION. ANSWER: [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889

TIIANSrPO1ITION. ANSWERa:- Now~-.bc ilrnt and li.dhn to the story of one who to ,#li t by thoe glitter and tin el of military glory.

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A NEAR CUT. WARM DISCUSSION IN THE MALVERN COUNCIL. A COUNCILLOR ACCUSED OF BRINGING GRIST TO HIS MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889

A 1WAR ,CUT.;. " tiA1UE DIstSOSISJON IN' Tue MU an t't gg ql~N1Np~tL A ColU'clIrtalt th0 MCD OFi NtINt I. ~r tsar oust a' 'T')B iIIar IMILIl ·,:. :1"r' i4 llS'it'·tn7I 6tie n~ct m nue1ootit.ýh i{"Aiu~jiAJ"!· dio 'utiih.r~t cti to t d pltitot rih U,{4 l'RP) l t]6`c ry;nil;F~tUj1ug, irom.ýYnYno{II: ettceEi11 thIe joVuniJ o the tee of olht G"'il l (. ".tu1 t 1 ti cc1CJ t't tjto rvLl {.ilhL· etoint cteld b.. rothtdo te tgettto oeo tP~tO eoe~tte t~lgei.l o~tt ll~-Ire ~Otfti tllt Cd.itenttodlo R.. t ctttthtc~ur tot o ottOr Cr., tteuaol·slid hoa'·doulil not 'µPVO tiny rrice Gi ýti uiiiwn t; niul'ili!I " l~t:. kt~ool' ott I. ttetie Ct. Iteytyot object In it tO lei tor tlyo.ptoeto of hetpin llttt. Ct tota7 tr t t Cr. tto~~ool-ort Your hno o right to ,lito~r:i o: th o!y t,ri~o nor ot~l loot it o~lltt.~ oit 01 rotoittyl oror' to orydI or oOcil otilor :~1jci;lor, to o roti i~Ltit~. wlro O"t~oitoiOcri,_,ittlg iot: thoc onotk, Witl Ittoro moO tttotttal ro oo t or a oiio toti oriol tuhot in ~ot~ry...

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