Elephind.com contains 29,400 items from Prahran Telegraph, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, 31st DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 5 January 1889
705105 NEwN....?: PP: .RAHBAN COURT. MoNDAr, 81st DEOEMBEB. Before Dr. Fetherston, and Messra Dixon Micholl, Findlcy, Elllott and Bykes J's.P. DotUxK.-Margurct Flood wo agoln be. fore the court for drnkenness and was dischargoed A QUARRELSOME FELLOW. - Allen McAlister was charged with insulting be haviour. He was going along the street with his coat off, and wanting to fight all and sundry, when Constable Carrig locked him up. He was discharged and advised by the bench to begin a better life in the New Year. HOBaBOns.-Blchord MeKnight was ar rested on Monday, suffering frome deliriu Irceren. Not bhlng in a fit state to appear before the court, he was remanded for Rsecven days. DEBT.- Emily Caroline Phillips rc covecred 12., a week's wnges, and costs, from her ltoe employer, Wentworth H. Brock.
ALEX-AND-HER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
There was a chap iwho kept a store, HAnd though theru.,, ght 1 grander. He eitod his gbenes to tdut wh,, came, Anl his name wae Ale,'under. He eenetal Iee 1' with cunening hand, He wt::h ekilful brander, Anld, since his sEgar half was sand, They called him .le..&endIer. Hiu had hiudeklr aunt; to .eitr canle, Thelni I?ile ly lie ?.,alll l lher : HIe alkel her woall sie cl ? e he lcr nilne, Tihen a ring did..ler-.Iehnd-her, " Oh, ye,;' she tail, with emiling lip, " If I e om lleeeneeelllltl er!" A lh so they framte| it pitrtlturelnrl|i eeee .hile'it i ilirban.d.ir.. ]
THE POET'S CORNER. A CHILD'S CHRISTMAS PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
THE POET'S CORNER. A CHILD'S CHRISTMAS 'PRAYEIR. Placn 'i.cvl, dear Lonl .Lwus, T1o what l1 lIty tl-night ; , If it doesn't u Nml ju' right. I'm doin' to ask a favour My manmma ray I lmay, ... tuttaue to-tollow'. oh'lotma. Your velly own birfday. You see I've hung my tottin', But never mind vat nowt It's bout poor little chillen I Wvant to'pjok to you ; Ve onls my mltlmm t dlostll't know- Dear Chi'ist wht will vcy Io ! An' give' ltt lots of to.?t, An' Ithks, all' coatst, an' tnitteuo Fings good for girls an' boys. I don'tI know htowyo.'ll d1pIiti, But 'po'. you klot ve way, •0 opleae let cv'ryl~oly Sloe.happy U lbtnt lD)ay. -
A CANNY FISHERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
A GANNY FISHERMAN. ----+--- OMr. Jenkirns,; the geuial Clerk of the Lerslativ'e A.etibly, has been putting in a few of the holidayrs at Fernshaol, and to usrlal pt'uop at his old quarters, Foroter's (Jcfferedit'?"l?fif town Mr..lciikilif'lirasthe Sreputatlirn of being a mostr uccesfRul fisher, and his hauls of trout have been omnething asrtounding. Some residlents of Fernshawr however, are ouncharitable enough-to hint that much ofJ r. JOekilnrs'uccewa depended upon an old bushman, familiarly knowno ao '" Old Tom; "wliire luck in fishing is some tling abnormal. .When Mr. Jenkins is in town, Tonlet ctr tch twerity trout a day in the Watts; but when Mr. Jenkins goes to Fernshaw and induces.Tom to go ,ith him to carry the fish, byc.!stra ige e(iucidence Tom's luck is out, rand. the clerk catches them all. But Tom was not at Fernshaw during Mr. Jenkins loat visit, and although that gentleman hiredl two boy-onr to earry the rod and tle other to carry the baitl-lhe'didl hot Ft ra bite" Ati...
ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 8th. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
ST. KILDA COURT. TUeoDAY, JANUARY 8th. Before the Mayor, and 2tesere. Alstou, and Turner, J'a.P. Jnlio "LA/ .M1toT.-i-thoge Waite Harold, a young tmat, sias eharged with em beeling the eum of £7 lLo from hid emphiyer Henry E. Gough, a cab proprietor, of Balaclava. On Friday laest Harold was sent to deliver an accountat Mr. M?cKinlon's reiden?e. He' delivered It and obt~ltel a cheque for the amount, £7 3s., from Mrs. McKinnon. Going houeu then he too) one, of his employer's cabeI drove tieS, town, Laehed the cheque and got drunk. The Ihreem and cab get heom?u aunsetmyterioust mannller on Friday :ig?Ghtfith bnt ibi was not again seen until Mtonday, when Gouglh gave him in chlarge to constabsl Willett. The prisoner hlad ex cellent testimonials which were handol to the benlch, antt almongst theem were docu ments certifying that lie was a total Ib stainer. \'neliet, three mnolths with hard labor; iDEsEts.-Miles lrown v T. I. Allen, work itld labor, l lns. sid; dismi~sed, as it ?a?s evide...
POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 7th. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
POLICE NEWS. PRAHIIAN COURT. MONDAY, JANUARY 7tih. Before Dr. Fetherston, and Messro. Elliot, Findley, Sykes Michell, Dixon and Kil pattick, J'.P." / , A WOULD-DE SUICIDE.-Wm. M'Cauley, the young man who attempted to druwn himself by jumping itao the Yorra on New Year'a day from tihe bridge otn the Brighton lineo was dtachargl? w lith a caution. -THE ' Hotitittt.":-ichard McKnight, a cabman living in Duket.treet, \Vindsor, and a woman it.,tle Kate Burns, were iotet bromught , ,op i rmalnd chamged .witl/insult ing behaviour. They wer, auffering from deliriunt tr+n,?es whenl atrreted on New Ycar's day. .Dlschargetl.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
Tui comimitteeof the Women's Hospital are in diilllculties regarding the treat mcet of puerperal fever patients. They have vacillated anud procrastinated, and ultimately they have resolved to ex clude themn from the infirmary sand miidwrifery departiments, and from any cottages within thedVenclosuirce They object to the establishment of a special puerperal fever ward, on the ground tlat if repeatedly used it would in it self lbecome a source of danger to patients suffering from the disease, who might be placed in it. In'lieu of ad mission to tile hospital, patients are to be treated at their own homes. Dr F. A. NYLsrr.s, of Toorak, who has all along advocated the establishment of a ward or cottages as the only practical solution of the difficulty, has taken the committee severely totask in therolumns of the daily press. Regarding the committees' objectioi io a special ward or cottage, Dr. XrynsY says:-" Hiow "cldd such a ward become a source of "danger to a.patient who already hlls ...
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. -4- (1. If any perton order his paper to be d iscotiuled, ihe must first pay all arrears, or the publisher may continue to' tend until pay iret is made irad tl1 en collect tle dlr? etriro tit, ~itlicher tihe poirLr i., t:ikl from thle ,ltilce or not. ('.,). Tlre rit?rtel lhve decired thoat refusing to tnkec news papers and perhilicals;from tile Pot-doflice, or re!noving, and leaving them uenallehd ftr, ij prima faori evidence of intentional fraud. F.I1.M.S., pharmaceutical chenmist, lI Itourkeostreet, Melbourne, a bIttle if hir Inew stimllllnt, " vin de lm," a mental lld I'le-iall tonic and preventive of se? hierle.-. The Itpreantinl'ii eonttaolt?? tlli?6 properties of fresh lcaves, and Is specially htld'lhviral xertioi. t It tas fil egreeable tflaor, end. judging from the mttlllll tlle lt titolll ols Iacro allllnyig the ,?rIIl., it itl thl hlrVe ton extelnive! slle. It tm h obhne tl orilo? ofll themistslt t. and a. ll. a bottle. J1ollowlh y's P'ils...
PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
PARS PITHILY PUT. ot'tatewl preciou. Typhoid lrevalent. .r Thomae ail lile, of Tattmk. dead. Loui-a Collin executed. Let iAs forget \'arious weather--ulter alits ald l'thelr were 4201 insol'vent, in Qulleen?latu durilg Id8. Mrt. dint II alfy. .P., aonei tihe Herahld pronprieutary. is deld. IMIney tllling ill in hl of the Alfred llHopittl re-inilling funld. ., to date ton iIxhibition--lC2lit,t0ll. The TIrtea?ury', the milch cmv-. . .\nlther haloonitie will air himsel, f on Saturday in his own feolish and dhangerous are nie will not anticipate much result from it. Our tint Ihi-?rekly i-sue unanimously declared a ,ucce-?, and just the thing requirred. 1n all the .\nglianu chturetes Int Sunday spcaain thin.ulgiving vaI mIade for the Ilhdwin, the king of the clouds, ins i IoIwn. Illttllliemtt?u ma; lhe Is very fundI of taking a drolp. .1I, L. Plrve, the ,\ulaltan native. illnelds mHingli tile electors of the new electorate f Jolinolll. The onltrucltiol of a atilroad frmnt Jolain to Jerus...
PAYMENT OF RATES AT ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
PAYMENT OF RATES AT ST. KILDA. Cr. Jeuenn woexed.cvarm in reommend ing the St. Kilda council, oi Monday ighit, te adopt ctremnteee-asurer to get in the municipal nttre . 1eesaid thb council was paying interent onl aoveeleaft of £i.1200.1 ani it was mosteus eenlunbusinre-like to sit still while there were oneitnudingeretes aemu]tllgtgt £17.X)00. Cr. l'illcy remiarked that it was nn injustice to the ratepaycer who pjaid tie rates to have to pay tle inteest rf the. overdraft, which couli. be rretf awiny' If the defaulting ratepayes paid their dies. Cr. Jtenings further held, hilbt comeiatting the appreqiron .rf Cr. Crnnj(licre&, nt.iiSt Ktlla war about tilhe worst municipality aroand Melieuree in getting in their raten, and he deprecated the slip-shod hltit. wiiclrt they. hltd geot into. The upthot of tthe dietution was that defaillling roatepivors are to In I )prte-. cuted after tirhd 3llt -o filr i lit.1' ''
MALVERN COLLEGE SPEECH DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
MALVERN COLLEGE SPEECH DAY. It otttu *t-tI,,jt~ prieeit Il~~i~ lntlthe otott~ctetlot o p~~ieIlceii tteMt. It'elettIheit cr nu ~t li; tttttt'.ll nll fe'cittit of thle peptic lL ttllicttttttt~l (thle Ilce. ii. I ety. tA) by11 .11*Itll the U ci eipc l (3tr et Itit, .I ..II~i tItIlIIItet. TII feI~fllEttt Ictectlll~l' It. ittctptee (dee ofll itcscteet), . ~nl cot,1 F'. It. Kttefeei, It. ?'~iekttittr, I\.S. tttlcc, )*, TIthfol A· \\Iteity, I~I1~ii C. Mitte. Ilbn tf ·ltnl ~lll* I lm lu·~ Feith, 11.1'llr
PROBATES GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
PROBATES GRANTEDb - -4+-- l'mba:le hvre been gmuete in the estates of the following :-D)avid Johnston, Alma mnad. St. Kilda, £13,941; John tGriffin, 'Windsor, hotelkeeper, , £20,000; James D)riscoll, Anrhew-street, Windlsor, laborer, £710; Willfama Clark Guthrie:'St. Kilda, £.4,t00; tElretth itettosher, Vaverly-nmrd, Malvern,.. £,801; t. Walter J. Stoddart, 3tdr'iý&tt,,ind,'iaen,de f1 h?earvt,' s,4i ; Alexander Campbell, ltenheim-strceet, St. Kilda, contractor, £136; Harriet Matt, Hardy.street, Southl Yarra, widon, £210; Henry C!tarlLe, Solith Yarm, telegralht metsweger, £106; IDavid TBaxter, Tivoli road, South Yarra, foreman. £350; David Lewis. Bhlauche-steret,, S0t Kilda; laborer,
THE CONTRIBUTOR. THE TALLEST TREES IN THE WORLD [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
STHE CONTRIBUTOR. THE TALLEST TREES IN THIE WORLD/ (It OsE WHIIO EAs BE THEM.] It has long hean admlittcl that America poýSeS9e the thichet treessil the world, but nlthtough lotsin Joanthan can point out int 0soe of his fore.t a tree of greater din. meter than can be found elsewhere, ihe e?n. noat IUlOlt ot it tlhos forests a tree whricel .ns attainedi an altitude eqltol to the high est Aullstlian treea. 'hle talle?t trees ill the worMl are to le founld Ilo Aostmlia. and tile talleAt treeas'ill Austrr lia are tlbe found in Victoria. not far fnra that beauliful little toewlnslil known as Fcaerll?lhta. To reach Feroshaw it irs eceassry t take .train for the trumel tria iilydale, thence by eoaell through Healerville.. Before taking my readerl direct to the foot of ee' of tllose tall trees, whose branche se:ln to be located in the clouds, let me ray a few wolrts alout Fernshaw. Thai little pIlaer'at lbo?at of two hotels, a post oftice, several tiagnilicent raspterry gardens, and a river...
SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
SPORTS COLUMN. SR.IOK E T. By 0.0. St. Kihla v. Willlamstown.-Teams ie. pre enting Ihene clubs met on the St. Kilda .groud last Saturday. The 'Town team batted first, but only succeeded in compiling 79 runs. Elliot (a visitor from Sydney) made top score-20. The St. Kilda have lost 8 wickets for 59 runs, E. Keogh batted well for 31 ; Wilson 10 not out, and P. G.IM'Shansei net o0t,;plyed' out time. The latter will, no doubt, prove a great acquisition to the ranks of the local seniorls. ' ' BPORTB' DEPOT TROPIIIE. HIawkburn v. Camberwell.-This match was played at Camberwell for the mitting trophy. The former hatted first and ran up the good ocore of 183. To, this total Freeman made 45, Treadaway 28, Camp bell 17, McDonald 13 not out, and H. Rush 10. Several good hits came toigrief owing to the lose proximity of a fence. The Camberwell foued to tlheir cost that O'Con. nor andt Colli were too much oil the spot, thie latter getting four wickets for 8, and tile foriie? I for 12, the total ...
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. Cultivate not only the ecrrnfoltl of your taindl, but the pleast ro grounds also.-t 11Mtafy. Puzzlxa will is future ntrlpnr in Wmhtcadaly'a edition mud theUl nn-wetsa lu 8ntardny e.. A Putzr. - dy', 1,td~btg, 1.l.hd at C1 1s. will lro giren to the gi(rl who send- the gmcnto-t numlwr of correct manwera from 5th January to 3011, Julno, null another-, rrithllg deska, valued at lI Is.-Bto th1e toy who sends Ilia 1 rmtost tIgglte of Rrrawurs from 6th Jn~nllru to 30th June. The (,,,l, will b published. slid compelOtitor are rddueste.l o ke. p It l n check ngnhwt errors oil our par~t. Aluwers lanait resch tllo Editoar byg 10 n~ut. uti we lutdl It aligml if errrrs mudeutb snding ttmr I""eles will kludly Illtnch the answers; it Is dII necoasLtry for conundrums to be original, d· [,tough we prefer them He.
THE CORPORATION TIP, TOORAK. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
THE CORPORATION TIP, TOORAK. M. r tiallier, the superionte~tldet f police, again wrote to the Prahmn council about the tip at Teourk. The letter was read on Molday night andl was in the following terms :-' May I take the liberty of again drawing the attention of the Prairaln City Coumjil to tlie colnition, of. the tilp lar he Orrong!ronil. ' At I' o'cltoit It the eyvping of the 1ni ieest. there was a most 'deadly ald alxn inablhe stech llpervading the whole ieigthbteourhnl, enll and women wraiting at tae T?,ntk railwav station hohl ng, their slte-one peirson: at least vomit ilg., I certainly roneider tiot tile residents iithti'neighlnttrhood have much to cotl plail of, far this iis nt the only nuiste ce permitted, though perhapiq the most pro nlmncetl. If your inopector will re-examitll the ftd ld ttidl dtischorged foin 'nolker's box factory, Orrolg-rola, or fromn the pre inises next dthr, nnt the dtrilcmaeuin tie upper end of Il'ohltam-street, onl the west iside, he will ase am sme...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
House-furnishers, etc. `T! ULLOCH'S -for - NTURE, .BEDSTEADS, BEDDING, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, ., . at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES I! . :) AR-TIES 5 '. .onihg aud those a1lut moarry w ould do well to favor with a 01 before A.oery egey lts of Pmnyout ran b o-, ar prepao?d to .oppi9y ay rcopectaote rou rn Ith everedescron.of furniture on the follow SgLiberul3erme:--. ,... Cti jl>.l rt: . ,; le 2e. al.ya";w r .1.0 .. 3 .. od. ais . ' e s. d. 015 , , 0 1od. , , ,, l b7.. CD 10.. od. leC ? ?-ULLC a.d-C.,:- -. FUBN.LTURE .WASEtOUSE, 16 nd 20 Chlo " teet. i "oM from falveoo m-oh (ot tef 'Bus Stable.) SOUT YARA. TBE EVENT of the OENTEN?1AL YEAR ! W..,J. GREEN, : has roemoved into his 'EW AND COMMODIOUS PREMEISES, ., ) At the Corner of : . RAVEL AND EARL STREETS, WINDSOR, Whr he 1s Oflertg and Immenso and d w,.oooooo.t Stock at . GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. GREAT BARGAINS .re beioh Ofere, the like of which aro not lkely to occur again till the next CENTENNIAL TEAR. Tho Public are Adisc'dto TAKE/THE FL...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
Banking Institutions. '-IE NATIONAi LAINK OF AUS i :Capit? l Sulerled, £1,' ,000. Paid-up1, 1,000,000. Resorred'Funds, £70,000. to Liability of Shareholdere, ,5001, 0., PRSAHRAN BRANCH Chnlel Street. INTEREST. ALOWED ON DEPOSITS. "fts ir oe Eugland, Irelnmd, Scotland, a1d II the Banks 1 n' chnEr ilnnd Agenlctes thlmllgh t th World. R. ENGLAND HE' NATIONAL, BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. C r pbd SBlrscril.d. 01.,00000. S Paitd bp. ? 1,000,000. Reserr e Fu1nds, 16 70.000. -nerve Liability ofShlreholders, 41,50,00. ST. KIlDA BRANCIH. oruer of Hightreet and W?ellington-stroet. nt' es o Interest allowed ou Ioney -osited foDr .lo lriod a. " . 'tW issued on Eglnghd. Ir;laud, Scothmnd. nnd |e Banks l0rIaches and Aoeneies throughont io world. GORD)ON 11. DARE, M-aultgor. IE NATIONAL ]ANK OFP A?US TRI.AASIA. Callinl Sbt'crhlrl. 1'250,000. .Th.Idf l. ..000.(00. sener La ility of S8 a holdoI , PWS'n. IIALACLAVA BRANCH, C'rlisle Strelt. NTEREST ALLOWVED ON I)EPOSITS. !t isnncd on Eng~ndl, Irelnnd, Scotlnn...
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
'TOU CORRESPONhDENTS AND OT'HERS. t , This Journal is Iublledu on , Wledueany ndl S durtav unitdng,alnd miay be btained frem nll Aow vendors. Tho subscriptiont is one penny per copy -boved hilling peIr lllsnl--ine shillings sit stL To it1h her l-rttololl Uld to admt it of ter dnsit.lso , nd ertis Illt should i, eh thinoffice ltv six o'clock p.m. on M1o. dnli inud Tnlursdiy. Speclil onlvrtiamntolt rclre?l pI to fire p.m. on Tuesdays Aiid Friday. Snlucribersl ho may receive the y r Lr te or irm llarly, arm -Iu Mllete ft noýf" y am t I this ot.1 -il., ler thati the incnvenieo man ty i1. remedie.. Advertisers are remindedl that all inslatrc tit,,, reerrigto tihe itLdri a wl t ,t 5d rtise. let, etc., e l7 t ý in ilitit, 118 rAw t:siL noticese llllot be attended to. Letters anrd other coinldllstloltn in toeidd for isertion in the news coluniisY hhould IV addressed to The Editor. No notice can IV taken of Ianoynyo us rom. lunications. Every lettcrmustV e necoupan ed I-y t e maine end addre...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
. Births., Lt:.-On the 25th ult., at nliveril, the wife of . J. J. Leo or . daughter. Cnaown.-On the 4th inst., at Smlncrt, St. Kihla,l the wife 'of Colquhlun Crowo, Eq., of Welregtig. New South Wnlcs, oft soa-. Marriage. Ose-Cur..l?nl.--O n the M2Ld tlt., at St.' hInrtln's Church, Hawksbur, by the ReT. W. SKennedy Brodribbb, Ilobcrt Knox, second son of Francis Knox Or, i, of HInllton, to Elalo, younlegst lmughter of the late Peter Cllllllillng. lhau, of Mellborne. Deaths. 11-L...--On the 7thll int., at Queuseliff, TIhonuas RdilUe. Esq., of O;pez, Toonk, fourth sonl of thoe Iat Sir Willun EMle, Uirt, of.Polkimmact, .oinlith, owshire, nged yer ni. , Cnowe,-n tile 3rd inst., nt ElstcruowickL, Tl- MIaud, alol 14 inouts, daughter of Colquhnont Crowe, of "Wlenit ang, Upper lmurnty, N.S.W.