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DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
DISTRICT NEWS. o A KL II IH. [ .'l 0 A K 0 1)f O W N ItCm O a H IEa s P 'O N DI: N S T . J \ colttee all?as bn flrmlllel for thile purpose of etabli.hitg athletic t ports. I'his ecm t tlake bletter thau meo. thittg up here, and already there las been over tC 0 collected. There is gr,eat excitement every evling ill I)Drulnllll treet, where the athletes prlietice, and there is nltays a crmod of lltectatlr?. A ietition isll I r. Inr,kerls llile for aignature by the itnhabitant of Oakleigh who take nlly ilterest in hIving the YIn lYeu laid on. the illleltion of the delpart. meat being to give us fi-inch pipes. The petition is alSkigl for 12-inch, aa we wour l then hwre the water amuch more lreely. There are no leta than thirty IoLaes being built near tie railwray Flation. MIr. llack is bhiling a row of eight, an I Ila i tol that sixifi thllewere let, and tw soil a a sool. an tile flam were lup. Foolilsh maill.-I 1 spent lils. I bl?rly An\ld it ualllll e al. \l'ise mal.--I penat 2a. n i ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
Drapers, and Clothiers. THE I It I; Ai I K I T A I I, O ?I S And GENIEIEN'S MERCEIIS, Ill Chal l-sturet, Winl.,r. 'TILIILiNG ANNO. UNOITOi311(NT : ilktn!rIi ,:u mu?surul Clsewhure n·. l and 1 .thu IMMENSE STOCK Which we are clruril it Pri;. hitertu U ihenrd of in Pr.thnrn. WHOLESALE Note the Followig Prier:- Our Trousers... ... ... I0. lid. Our T'osers and Vest ... I17. lid. Our Suit ... ... ... 40. chl. O.,r,~nt ... ... ... ?s. Od. CLOTHING Our Unique Dress, Frock, and Ilaufort Suits to Order by SBkihd Atl.t. C uompettiton in this BUnueh Defieud COMPAN Y. Patron. nmuy rely on 1 ur our ru?relvlhig thu aru sld uttiauton which h?s uuer haretrle?iud thi euntublihtueut. FIT AND WORKMANSHIP GUAIANTEED. JOoNo II. UBADIB?. M?,ansr. Professional: A. LEWIS, IligL. t,, t, St K 1 5. ,\ U":Nl' I. · 11I ? N·LL'JII 1 Yim-' lwl Tlaltiun t1 rtftf-fcu O.fny.,uy ui NSf00Lo.+lluld. 1) I:. ]. 15 I I S i'.) I Clossn WnuIfttsf Ftsssf ý.\uxtr.llrlll \Viidorn· Fund. A, 1,rc fillc~t ftrts.Sfo. P .st. nuld f...
PRAHRAN COURT. THURSDAY, 14th FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
PRAIIRAN COURT. SjTiloetSDAN 1§i IEBR UAMI I lfe or ietJ.r. llorhlloirer, iitchell erd Sykes. J's.P. STEALING LEAD.-Neil M?acartlir .was remanded till Ifondeay on this chalrge. ...HIonst STEALING.-Joohn Irwin -Miller was l chargel- withl stealing a lay ponyi mare, the property of Agar Wynn. The (pony y as tolec fron a paddock in Toordk-road, where it was placed just prior to Christmas, and was sold by the accused on llthlJanluay at Kirk's bazaar for £10i The owneeer valeed the mare at £20. 'riesoner pleaded guilty, andl was sentenlced to tllhce montlhs' inlipri'onment, cumoalative on a sentncce he is alreaoly undergoing in the Melbourne gaol. MAINTENIANOE.--ieely Haire, wife of llcng HIaire, obtainel a0n onler of 10s. per weeklagailnst her hlouband, on the security of a surety of £20. The Beceh woulld no etforce thaLt part of the order relating to tIle surety while the paymennts were pllnc tually mlade. DEIlTS.-OrderS for the amounllt&lt; with 5s. costs oore made in 1the oll...
[?] OF EXTINCTION OF [?]RES IN PRAHRAN. [?]TER BEFORE THE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. [?]AGAIN DEFERRED. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
OF EXTINCTION OF ES IN PRAHRAN. TER 1BEFORI THE lPRAH RAN COUNCII. GAIN DFIRIRED. ast meeting of the Prahrnn letter wa. received from elly, of the local brigadei press extracts regarding' fires in the district, showing rly , the 'local men were The letter was received. llowing communication was roa the Fire Insunnce Com rigade Association, dated 2nd Town Clerk, "ity of l'nahran. -ieferring to the recent con aeld at this station on the time, between the Prahran ail and the committee of the surance Companies' Brigade on, I have the honor to in that, at a meeting of this -u, held on let inst., the fol solutions were arrived at: iew of the proposals made by tition from the Prahram city and embodied in a resolution t by that body, it was re t this association grant a sub the Padmin council, for the once of their fire brigade and te sum to be equal to one-third oat of mlaintcnaiico of the bri d plant, but such third shall in exceed £250 per annum, and granted subject to the follow litios ...
POLICE NEWS. ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, 12th FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
POLICE NEWS. ST. KILDA COURT. - r t-- TUESDAY, 12th FrnuAry. .Deforo Meen.rs. . . E. Jeans (chairman), Turncr, and Stediford, J's.P. STEALING HARNnF.?.-A young manI named Jas. Waite was sent to gaol for 14 days for stealing harness from Mr. Iurphy of St. Kilda.road; and disposing of it to his own pecuniary benfcit. CRUELTY TO A HOnR?.-llenry Gough was fined 20s, with1 21s. cost_ for ill-treat ing a cab-horse. . UNWHOLESQME 2IIAT.l-)ii lhtch named Gill was fiued £15 for exposing for sale hiod meat.
DUTIES OF PRAHRAN MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. REPORT OF THE SPECIAL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
DUTIES= OF. PRAHRAN MUNI CIPAL OFFICERS. IEPORT OF THE SPECIAL COM MITTEE. At the meeting of the PraIran council on Monday evening the mayor broight'up a voliuminous report ofatlio special committee appointed on the duticorand salaries of the council's officers, and it was decided to adjourn it for, consideration .at ,not meeting. Th e.iayo gave notice of inotion to rescind previous resolutions and bye laws regarding :.the: same 'subject Bricflydescribed, tihe special committec defined'thae oositions of elch officer as follows:- 'hc town clerk, Mr. Albert L Ely, will be, as at present, the xecentiveo officer of the city, cointroll ing the administrative and .financial departments of "the':l serice, hlving associated' with him-Mr. John Hinde as.assistanit town clerk and treasurer; Mr. John Dick (tlicpesentvaluerand sceiior rate colletnor) as 'recciver :and paymastcr; Mr. H;LW. Dean as senior collector, and another to be appointed; Mr. Rider, the present ranger and market inspector, p...
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. 1. IF any person orders hit paper to be discoutinual, he must first pay all arrears pr the publisher mayL continue to- send hl;tiipa.ment is lnale,iadd ,ili1coliOdc thte whole iaolot, whether the paper is taken from the oflice or not. 2. The courts have decideii'ititt sind'i tbt-ike newspapers and peritOicals fr n the post-oiCice, or re moving and leaving. them uncallede , for, is primafait'eviilehllch of intentibnal fraud.
TOORAK TRAMWAY DIFFICULTY. MORE FRICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
.TOORAK TRAMWAY DIFFI CULTY TY' -4--- MOiRE FRICTION: : It will be remembered that in June last year the tramway company wished to ciirstruct a siding in Toorak-road, a littl ecast of tie S~outh Yarna station, i dorider'td'faciiitc theio' piissnger traffic ion th. Toomrakline then under construction. The Pralhran councilat that' time coaisidered' the' proposed siding would interfere with the ordin ary tramfic, and refused the necessary permission f r its construction. Now the scone is clhang?d and the tramway comppaill r d ioi6t'w t thi sdinh, but intend,, following the inconvenient practice of transferring passengers at the junction 6f Chapel-street t$"the Toorak cars. The Prahran council are, in Fobruary 1889, anxious to ob tain tiwhat was viBlently opposed by them in Jnne'18881 .: At tihe meeting of thec'oiincil on Maonday, Cr. Forbes moved a resolrtiion with regard to ob thing coundePs opniion ai to tlio .power of. the council to reduce the width of the footpath to allow of the ...
PRAHRAN BOARD OF ADVICE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
PRAHRAN BOARD OF ADVICE ELECTION. The election of one mvember for the Prahmn hboard of advice to fill the extraor dieary vacancy causoc by the re ignation of 3Mr. William Davies, took place on Thursday. The candidates were Mr. J. Ellis Stewart and IMr. Joslha Walker. The latter gentleman, although a local re.ddelt for many ye:ar, never until this occasion clame pminuntlly before the putb. lie, and was, consenlqaetly, but littlo known. MIr. Walker would. unler imre favoreble circumstanllce, we are certninl, havoeu colur a victory by a large majority. Ile to in every way meet apahble for the due fulfil mlent of te oiliee he vooght, andlll \we ope he will colle f~orward oin some ftllle e casion. Although the poiling ont Tihur?tv was good iln comparison with previous recordl, still the-aggregate number of votes ilolel was very small in proportiol to tie nuilmer of voters on the roll, only abolu live per cent of tile eleetore having reccelded their votes. The result of the polling was as...
AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
AS WE GO TO PRESS. A young Iant iamed Alfred A. Matud, who Ias been employed an a letter carrier at the 'mahrtn post oflice for the pe;t three years, succumbed to an attack of typhoidet fever at the Alfred Ilospital on Friday last, after a weebk's lllness. The deceated, who was 21 years of age, was at obliging young man, and wont for himself a nubtei:r of friends dlrlag his sojourn in this die tricl. lie als. stood high in tie eetimlntiol of hielulperlrl. alld was popular ntmolg-t his fellow empfloyh . If, i relativ., who reside it [allS!ltelI, will derive smnt e coel. fort in their bcret:entelne frle-?tllt the t.sr once that his eolllllne l Icrillll \wa talways of ntt exempirtt tttat-leier. At tile St. Kiid:l l(l,'tt ye l" ,'ey, before MetJsrs. Jea , Oltham, and N?t onan,l .s.., Williamn Arlili was summoned under thtie truaisioneas of the l'ubl, IlCealth Act, l4i4, ftr allowilng his premisce in it.ark-,treet, it. Kild. to be?in luch it state lof tutletntllines ftc l ben tuitatce ai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
I'ItitOMLSSIONAL& r:I tICANTI LE MEN -- - t 1i beg to1~, dietee tibd n to tho follow. log, viZ.: -Clt yoU- Ilowio agoinst ALL accidhnts tot IlnmanI life, anld oooorEl (sol at death aolnd La w eekot duioing injury. toojooodl totot anld all loartlcoloro un alt. ollo.otioh to the CorLoNIAL M oooooro Iooull .0000 COtt'ANY, 12 Collins-otroot Woo.t 001: 'rottovoAND FlvP It1000000 oloitlts have lboon PAtIo by 0 T0111 Cooopoooy. Special Advertisements. OTFFICE OY vi.tl.l of o..... A1ý.ly. Ct.,L Wxs,.I. S .,trt,,.l..oootrol. kldh. PRIINTING of E.or.t fl.,.illi.. ..,tcut.l I. Ie sllrior st)"lu on Ule Shortest Notic, of the II,.,o SE..,. NUh.'. ll lb GIRL, assist nud hialrn Ilonrecu k; aluill lalllilr (ioul houl for rcv tctlo ench it.. iitti girl. Apply S.Y. omc1 kg.hItl Sxj.l. A LEWIS, A.'.'hitect., litgl,"xtrt, St. Kildl. --Tontura, tsl,·atturiat Shog i d Dovsliug·, olpt i t o .lg, cotmer Ctllo ogml SI.. Strcth, SI. KIld., A LEWIS, Architct, Itgh-tt, St. " il lKdn.-=TENDESS. 1, prck ...
THE ST. KILDA BOARD OF ADVICE AND TRUANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
THE ST. KILDA BOARD OF AD VICE AND TRUANTS. -. .- 0 .1 1.lge nllttlller of ca.+e of tnlnllm , are regutlloy being recollndlllled by the? St. Kila boar of advice.: for prosreutijo. It' the lodcal bnch wver, for, ay,csio 1on?tt1 , It att e:periwtet, to inlict mor sttcrlt;atibo} tiles, it' wouhldl re-lc the Ilutlie of theo truant ollictr all the Ilard, ll, molr im Illilaty Infortl ate chlll'ren whol parclentt will acorifieu theirtoffpriug'I education and future pr??rc,, aye. aly d a few shillinl line , to, rather thau comply with thyt rg:ulaitil s Ol 0110 ,. lay night last cLa?. were brought before tile board wherein children hat I nut n ttetlded scllool for two yclr,a, ctiltt had been movedtcct frolll ono. locality to anothelr by their parettsir order to evade the penalty. .The magistratet s should cnsidler their duty to thete ehildtrhol by awakening thie parents up to a Stntlt of their roctponsibility.
DEATH OF MR. JOHN WILKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
DEATH OF MR. JOHN WILKS. In the ldeath of M3r. John Wilks, solicitor, a well-known alnl much.estcemed St. Killda residlnt, another ohl ilcentity of the dis trict, and one who lha rendered valoMblo service to the communlity, has becn ro: moved. Mr. Wilk?, who died at his resi dcnce, "Gunlneselry," Burnett-street, on Sunday, was idenllificd with the local government of the borough of St. Kilda for many years, having ibeen i member of tile ollllil over it ellceeld periodl. In Ifil, 1Hi5. anl 187i, the deceiavel gentl-e lanl o icpled thIe position of mayor, andi wa+ chairmn of the St. Killa boech. Sibienq:etlly e1". Wilko contetled the lo.ilaloeh Wardl eletioi fior thlle elbourne city con1111l lld wail " :Cces noifl. HIe conIl tinledl to rol?preet the lansalle Wardl w dilceedit tohliltnlliln ml Io tlih enltire tatis-i faction of hlii. ,conltitnenlt op to the time of his death. The funleral tok place uon Tl'uesily, morningand iwa Ina t eily alleteded' If? rerepereta:tiive menl and nulll ...
SUICIDE AT ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
SUICIDE AT ST. KILDA. 4-- - A IomL)?tlls) nantl .aIine. llubbard Olln liltell +lcidlos at his litglngn in lar'kly ?st't, St. K.illda, on M inly nliSght. The luceasel ll h hen ilout of twork tor olne tise, which c susil him to bicnto de. iprea.l, alnl alcohtol .cmas to hIve addhid fuelt t the tire. lTho saulide Iion f it dltcr?inll?, charmoer lllrrl: ic acid t llvln t*nl to cllect the II~sisso. .\n illujue?sta\ hell oli \?hlactlny, whlen the stereotylped. \cnlict was recotled. A lpeculiar letter of warning anI Itdvice wasi fou1?l oi the dec?esed ashllretsd to'all youngl men,"i
THE WAY IT WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
THE WAY IT WORKS. A lire broke out eetr the Ca:ullield nice cotlalc a short time ago, ned the Ctlfitild tri-luee attendete quickly. The InsumneC brigl.le started, but overtakinekg the St. Kihl:t No. I on its way to the linr, retulred to ?e?lllner.c. Whien the St. Kilt airrivedl o?l tie onlle, we are illforled ol the bet authority, that Captain Ilutn, eof that tlvty, istlted oln his right to lake chare as tihe " reoltrentative of "Ir. Stein."