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A NEW SPEAKING RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
A'-NEW SPEAKING RACE.' BY Du. IrECEtI0-E itrtt, L.I.C.P. The article which appeared i! a rucule isue of the I!'rttld, ptllri Itle aolter heIl. lig, wollhl seemll to colldilll a i iitli-t.tl. ll?te vidences the doctiilne of evolution, and to provide the mislng link so long and vilnlyo tought for by phiologirlts of the Dlrivlilhtn school. A ctlosr cxanit?atilnt b!icver, o M. L. Olodtt's; eIndeavours' to mltAh thel chimpaurzes talk (after to motcl tioo nand tmbl chado beefn wasted oa tht 'to this endt) will reveal the fact. thllt Ile ontly practical outcome of his efforie has t eea tile production of at molifieatlio of certaitn sounda, potsible to .be produced. by thi chimpanzee, anlt that thse t soult , in itmt i tatton of htman speeooh. are but thot u made in connection withll o/ne other a?ociated perception, twhich it. the principle of w:at is klowl as the h?v of c luected lercept. tiot, or na,..ciatlo, ,of iaee :ttitn,conmollll thrtu hlout all orgpniseil I?'ci?io In thi, associatio...
THE NIGHTSOIL QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
THE NIGHTSOIL QUESTION. At the last meetin;atf thol lvesrn coun cil Cr. Longbottoni'begged leave to u:.ggest that some steps he takeu'tonabate the lilht. soil nuisatee ; lhe suggested that tile outlets of all carts ht.m I before Ieaving the dlept, andtulut. reataspuu datht be told' ,off to ounlllc them o. arrivingn ao their lesttinatio il, that the conte.,tor b, Ieldl reaponsible 1r-9 l itta?laus ectasled ",y spilling . a. .t th:t il.l.. neglect to haIue the otttleats??ie: ;*.t?r:l[aei pn!,ted .ot that, ao tlt?h? tl. i?ott alf'ilie i s ; ioutntheru;teti lej a ttot ?tj ic' sa. tof t ,,inion a t hat staa('li prisoed without the optiotl of a litaa.
ST. KILDA IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
ST;.KILDA IMPROVEBMENTSOCIE17. Tllh ordinary meeting of the West St. Kilda Congregational Young Mecn's Iotuol Improve me ntlAssociation washeld lastTuc-. lay evening, there beuing good atterudance. The chair was occupied by Mr. E. R. Jones. The evrediigccna deioted to "Readiings at sight." Mr. Arland's "l'aithle? Sally Brown' and Mr. Lowe's "The uikdot.L were well received andably crjijsed. The ehairman announced that .xlid Tuedlay evening would Ie dlevoted to hn. eay, en titled "Singing, it.s sphode nd iulntence," by Mr. J. Spittle, of Carlton. Any young men intcrested in the abiov are requested to pay us a visit, when they :will receive a hearty welcome.
SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. By O.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
SPORTS COLUMN. URI C C L T. Ily 0. C. The mnatch ::rr?4g_.i betwv:en the team of 13 l'rathr.n jo?i.: h:ul unfortuttely to he ll p, t,.u, aI the r?, 'stlt"twa ý n ltit fdi ply-- t win tyjll hetvilli y r.i n dlll ilg the pre.tvion? ni elht. Several l inli tl'a t tmn S tll: t e ar e + cto be ce u.n lere'.. :esel Waterlloo v Seithlie stl (.. ..The Soi, the Yarn, Union me. e.lvhrl tlg llnl. mi f.ýh " hi th tu i l'ytilL ýt! iti Ele "iii.,in Dep'ttl Il trtt witlket trophy. Th.: i, tse t a:ui are well matt'halu alilanexciing cone-tt should be witnue--d. To-DAY'S IATCIlIS. llawksi.bur v Waertlee. - The fotrmer arei all lot eirst ill-ni for 155; and 114: latter have scred 33 withouts the fall of wicket. ' , South Yartr Ulion v Clyde for Spor-tsv )lsI (hard-wicket) trophy. Utnion ialt fronlt, s l(q, t rlee OriTg, MireIteho eee orr.um. Soutar, Niettstl' , Plummer, Hortone, tlutton. )tcl,t-key, O'Colutor. St. Met illele v. Molnt Erirca Weltlvi, at Alllvrt P'ark. St. lltttle?w's nilll te.sviee, C...
E PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. [?]NING OF THE CAMPAIGN AT PRAHRAN. [?]RESS BY MR. W. A. BRINSLEY TOBIN. RED HOT PROTECTIONIST. [?]ORS COLONIAL FEDERATION, AND A CUSTOMS UNION. FAVORS AN ABSENTEE TAX. [?]VORS FEMALE ENFRANCHISEMENT. FAVORS LOCAL OPTION, WITH COMPENSATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
f PARLIAMENTARý ELECTIONS.' FLLAHRAN. TOBIN. ·---4~--:'.i' litiI) nTot VnOTIiIYHONIW1T jII COLONIAL SI)NIVI:'OIcf, Isi) '\ CUSTOMS 'UNION. i'. OR' AN Al) N 1.TJF TAR: rolls FEMALENTENFRANCH'lS MIISNT. NVORS. OMCaiL OPTION, WVITH COMlENSATION. meeoting o If I'rlnrrll elccttl1v w ool ;rCd by 31r. N.A..inlCeYTO1)iiiuiOl o 4 enndidates ecl nlegdaivelinot a c~onieof the Ilcmly-constituted toiot of Irohianp, in thc'lloyol Oporl el, Chnpel-ltreect, on WeVncodny evI-. STchre , s n veryg m.r thil itOo the onntddtce lot to inuiilici to ti viwsn to the chio a ol thile istrict.. - r. Tobin, on coouing forw?rd, nail-, lllencl, in presenting myself befoireyot iglht ns enrdidate for this el ctorat , will permit me shortly to explain mo • noa current political events,, and, b of prefanc,rJ imay shortly state a fce onas for my appiOalmnce before the elC? of 'rahrlmn. c.Otentleomeu,.F ha.v, as al pyecent elector of this district, a per t right to submit my views to you flor r approval, or disapproval...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
PROFESSIONAL & ME RCANTILE MEN We beg to draw attention to the follow ing, viz.:--£ a year isurne against ALL accidents to humau life, andseeures£1000 at death and £5 a week during injury. Propoal forms and all particulars on up plleation to the COLONIAL MIUTUAL NSUon ANCE CiOMPANY, 82 Collins-street West. ONE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED claims have been PAID by THIS Company. WHY GO FURTHER? Canton Tea Company,116A Chapel-street, I'rahran, are selling Choicest New Season', Teas at Is., Is. 3d., is. 6d., 1s. Jd. and 2s. Imr lb.,and upwards. Boxes, quarter chests Ralf chests and chests at greatly reducedl rates.-[ADVT.] ruolloway's Ointment and Pill.--Out. warnl infirmities.-B-efore the discovery of these remedies many cases of sores, ulcers, Bc., were pronouncedl to he incurable because the treatment pursued tended ta destroy the strength it was incompetent to plreserve, nnl to e.xasperate the symptorm It was inadequate to remove. Holloway': Pills exert the most wholesome powers or...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. OUR LOCAL SCHOOLS TO THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
CHURCH OF ENGLAND SUNDAY SCHOOL' ASSOCIATION. OURl LOChAL SCHOOLS TO THE FRO::; -; IONT. ... We ari pleased to obser ve the nOiues of Pralirn, St:' KHild,' 'aid Soitlh Yrrii Suaday schollars xced ungly ws?l :representedlin.tlt publlished resuilts of the recent examination of pupils attleding Church of England Sunday schools. Two ]'rahran girls, -lis :s Nnomi )iuns and '[Murtha Pal. ber, li th of St. Mfattlhew's, start the sea;,r scholars (over. l.1 first-chuls Ih iuu list n Inii pared firit 1111 8ci 1oo iin rder of me 'it. TIe othuer who ibt:ined first-el:ass lhnoio are-Lottie Smnoierlield, St. Mattllihw's, ?Prinaln, (8),. iand Mo?.te l.arshall, St. Mrat thew's (Ll). Th,. following seniors, who arc placed in the order of merit, obtained second-class hondrs : I, Frederick Chiamberlain, ?ll Saints', East St. Kilda; 3, K[illiccnt Ahfordl, St. Matthew's, Prlhrnn; 5, Lucy. Cross, St. Matthew's, IPrran n; 6, Itaynes Dickson, Christ Church, South Ytra ; 7, Mabel Sothen, Christ Ch!reh,' Sou...
MUNICIPAL NEWS. MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
IMUNICIPAL NEWS. MALYviERN, KIRE COUNCIL. TUESoAY, FELUAiY..I. 'oesent-The 1President (Cr Clarke), :Or .Benson, .Robinson, M'Kinley, SHeywood, Edasll, Longbottom, and ' odmiso: " Jonur K r, M L. 1:A letter . was seod from. Mr Keys, expressing. his sineoro thanks for, theo.helphe had re ceived from the Council, individually ai&i collbitivel; darhig'theonine years hi lid repriosente them in Parlia ment, and hioping that if returned for the now eleetontte of Dandenong and Borwick he still might be able to render sonmo servieo to them. The ibtter was read with oxpressionseof ltslo atiananid the aecretory.wasin atructed to answer it in a suitable, manner,- regretting Mr. Key's decision in not again standing for the Malvern dis?eict: Fei'En LnveA .-Considerablo d.is ulssioton woor evoked by,,the rending of I leCtter fron tlhe, Shire of Caulfield, announcing that that body removed some fentcig belongiing to the Malvern Shire close to tlho tnMalvern sttion. It v to resolved that Cau...
THE LAND MORTGAGE BANK. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
THE LAND MORTGAGE BANK. The Iund Murtg?go h~unk, whoee adver. ti.emclr t appears on our front page, hla had a very lrosperour lbalf-year, the protllt aitounting to £:10,741 18s. 10.1.. out of which a dlivhidendl of 10 per.gent. will he lpil ou the pL1 id? .Ilcaj ital, ni.nl boanr s of 2 per cent., and £5,000t will be carried frnvrll to next hlrf;tyer. lQe, lan ,? ahr irlý Cdylvl'01 1ri1 effct. rnlI toe " land errbor" aIt the shalreholders should congratulhte tlhemolvek,anilat the samo relle compliment thle mlllanllurr lent ole INts j'llnlcce.
SUPPOSED TO BE A FACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
SUPPOSED TO BE A FACT. --4 The Queen's jubilee gifts have been re. ellvelc to Wil lor from Glaotn c ,l al Iar ragel, tunder the superitlluletnce of I'rice.? Ih:tuarice, in the grmin vetibule of t11e .e.atlt,. The elnthmete anhire., forwanl ei by the local icuncil hangt over the mantelpiece in the dr.winr r uand i1er Muajety spendst much ti in trying uto mtke ,ot one of the siginatures-fiet.
PRAHRAN TRADESMEN'S CLUB. ANNUAL BAY TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
PRAHRAN TRADESMEN'S CLUB. ANNUAL BAY TRIP. A meeting of the above club was held InstL Wednesday night at the Prahran Hotel to mako arrcatgemenat for the nn turaed up, and vot.:d o tfl Tdr li to the The report of the cJmllmittee, r :.mll. muadiang thlt the trp he by .,:sil to Dea. consfitll,iaeMtcmal of by bo.tcto ,Im)raingco a, was, by a unanimousvyotc, cditgreel d with, and an a'nl,:lhhlcetl cmrriel to the uffact that it be hcld at'the ucarl pla:e iln the usual way. It was decided to charter the "Coogee" for the occasion, and prices were fixed at is..for tcilulta: 2s. lild. for children up to 14 years of age; awl thce trip was arranged for tihe 21st February. 'ae followingeotammiLteswereappoimtc: Executive Committee-- C-!iran. sec. rotary and treasurer. Sport-itIears. Shrimpton, Heathcote, Sminith, Fletcher, and Cochrane. Dancing-e-atlra. lCroo, COnminc. Green, Conquest, t)cg, Arm !.rong, and Wilsona. Steabanlt-\lt sr. II. M. JimeM, William, W'rbnrlon, HcAly, IIarri, Glen, andlcers...
A REMARKABLE CASE. Under the above heading the Doncaster Reporter, of July 6th, 1887, publishes the following in its editorial columns. Our readers may recall the circumstances [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
- REMARKABLE CASE. tUndlrthaboe oohooniug the Do?malse Rilartcl, of July Oth, 187, publishes the following in its edltori.l olumns. Our readers may recall the circumnstanle of a young clerk, named Arthur llichold, falling insensible on tile Wheatley Iane in this town some title ago, and boiug pioioei up, no he continued perfectly lhelldle..?nlnd taken in a cab by two gentlemen to the officeof F. W. Fisher, Esq., the solicitor who employed hitm. On restoring himt to consciousanes it was sccertained he war afflicted with what seemed to be Rn.incur able disease. Wnhell hl wa n able tuo saclo he sadd lie d beh to his lliner aonl woas oni his way back to his work, when sud deuly hi hhead was in a whirl and he fell inl the street like a man who is kno cked dowtn. On comnlig to Ilis scnses in the solicitor's office he thought what this might mean, and feared he wan s goilng to have a lito[ illness, which we all know is a very dread ful thing for a poor moan with a family to nare for. With ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. Mr. H. Rofe will sell this clay, at 3 p.m., a W.B. cottage and land 37 x 147, in Dlulglas street, South Yarra. This pro. perty is well situated and forms a desirable investment. Mr. G. Vale-Linton will sell on Monday next, at 11 a.m., at "Derry," Westbury otreet, St. Kilda, a superior lot of house held furniture and effects. Mr. Linton has two other important malcs announced for the 1Gth and 25th insts.-one being a valu able property at Footscray, and the other in Argyle-street, St. Kilda. Messrs. Gmver and Co. announce for private sale a grand corner block at Wilndor, having 100 ft. frontage to Hornby street by a depth of 96 ft. to Duke. street. Messrs Tobin, Counsel and Co. hold a big atle at the Exhibition to-day, at 11 a.m., and als oo Monday, at the some hour, when an immense stock of glassware, works of art, Italian jewellery, tc., will be ofniners. Special Advertisements. TiRINTING of Every Description .muted ins s luperior style on the ShortestNotice, a...
A POPULAR INSTITUTION. THE ST. KILDA TRADESMEN'S CLUB. RESUME OF ITS CAREER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
A POPULAR INSTITUTION. -- THE ST. KILDA TRADESMEN'S CLUB. RESUME OF ITS CAREER. Founded in October, 1880, the St. Kilda Tradesmon'o Club has grown from a handful of business men to an institution capableof exercising a great influence for good. To oost of our readers a brief sketch of the rise and progrmes of the club will be of interest. For an outlisne of its history we nre indebted to thseclub's devoted secretary. Mr. iR. J. Punshon. Having a few hours at their disposal, a number of trndesmetn, in the habit of meeting once a week no the St. Kilda Cricket Ground foran afternooss 's recreation, cventually formed thcemesi.:, into a cricket club, and from this club originatcd the body whose career ve have low under notice. The club startedi with 20 members, including the promoter, ir. F. E. Nicholls; secretary, Mr. T. 'uettit; trcasurer. Mr. J. O. Prescott; and coln mittee, Metsrs. I'asllrhon, Davidson, Eason, Nichols, and M'I,can. During the first year of its existence the club was ...
DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLEIGHI. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Great imlignation it felt by the ratepay ers in the s?otth riding of the Oakleigh shire, who are li'tng i a Iboly to oppose r its exorbitant valuatinion placed on their properties. They have had their frstmeet ing, and gave Mr. Ma>ot.onl and Mr. Itolillghroke, seerotmy and v.fluatorreopec. tively, a warm reception. l'he ratepayers intend employing two solicitors, dMr. Gnunllol:l al another, to insist on their eilng fairly treattd. The properties in this riding are bein?g vlued at £150iper acre, whereas, with the exception of Mr. Jlalni McCulloch, of tile North-road, no property has exchanged hands at over £100 per eCre. Not only in this riding alone, but in every ro ill thu Oaklelgh shire, ,land owners are colmlainiog of the exorbi tlat valuations imlpoeol by those in power. Many are hoping when the elections come ou think may be different. A lpe:lal meeting or th.: Council will be held on Thurodty, the d1th February, at 5 p...
THE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
TIHE SPORTS. 1. li yarisN Hasnlicap Race, boyR wlder 1u.-1, Neck; 2, MfcPheu; 3, Ashtoln. 2. 100 yardl Hnnrlicap Giral' Race, .tc:r 14.-1, Miss ItRuddl ; 2, Miss Wilson ; 3, Mics Strain. 3. 200 yardsl Handicap Members' Race. I. C. Stringer; 2, Gough; 3, S. Can ningham. 4. 100 yards Ilaawlicap Sack Race.-;, 1E. O'Donnell; 2, T. O'Donnell; 3, Ilca net. 5. Playing Members' of the Club IIandicap Ilaae.-I, Peacock ; 2, Usher ; 3, Faulkner. 0. 100 yards 3embcers' Sons' Handicap Race, over 14-I, It. Knox; 2, Kelly; 3, T. O'l)onell. 7. Ope la Imlictp, Race.-1, Turvey; 2, Wild ; 3, MaItthewa. 8. 120 yards Open Cigar Race.-1, Ilake; 2, McCoy; I, Chiltol. 10. 100 yards Old B1 ffer (over 43;) Handi cap Ilace.-1, Ransom; 2, George; 3, 11. 1150 yards St. Kilda 3Mater Tradem,,.l's Handicap 1Race.-I, lIonetti; 2, Wil .4mu; 8, Cuaoiogham. 13. 100 yards Girls' HIadicap Race, unde. 14.--1, MislinkeIn~r; 2, Miss Gr:L te; 141. 100 yards Sia un c Twin Handicap Race.l -1, Wild and Wild ; ta'het n Gnnes ; ...
THE FIFTH ANNUAL EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
THE FIFTH ANNUAL EXCURSION. The club's great event of the year was celebrated on Thursday last, when the customary marine excursion was held, the resort being Schnapper Point-a spot easily nacessible, enabling the day's outing to be enjoyed by those who are partial ton trip on the ocean, and at the same time permitting of as much time as is necesary to carry out a special feature of these excursions, viz., the sports. There was a very larie attendance, some 800 souls being on board the new steamer " Coogee" when she left the Port Melbourne pier at 10 a.m. There would have been a very much larger number only for the squally lnatue of the weather, those more particularly susceptible to the upheaving influence of a rolling vessel preferring to remnin at holme. The boat, however, was comfort ably filled, and, Ilesplite the tempestuous weather, the company spent a jolly time. The oay having been proclaiedn a public holiday, the whole of St. Kilda put en its holiday attire. All the promin...
THE SECRETARY OF THE CLUB. MR. ROBERT. J. PUNSHON. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 February 1889
THIE SECRITARY OF TIHE CLUU. aIR. tORERT.J. J.PUNSHION. What the ierew is to the steamboat, so is the secretary to the institution he is eo gaged with, and this remark well applies with regard to SIr. Punnshou, the worthy secretary of the St. Kilda Tradesmen's Club. He has hnad the lon's share of the work of the club silce its inception, and whilst his duties hare been performedn in ann able manner they have lo nobeen renderedl freely, cheerfully annd unostentatiously. It is a dificult thing to find a man perform-n ing his duoties efficiently and yet retaining the gnel-will of every member of tihe club hIe serves. Mr. tunelhon has succeded in accomplishling this end, and considlering the number of nmember, in the club, tihe fact is all tihe more credlitable to hinm. lVhilst moving amonng tihe mhappy tihrong onil Tinhur.-day, we were struck with thie quiet and unnasuming mannner of the seeretary, andn at tine esnae time rennlily r1eliwd tile antuous duties and-more important still to...