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THE MERCANTILE BANK OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
THE MERCANTILE BANK OF AUSTRALIA LIMITED. The report of the directors of the above oihnirably-colducted institution, which was tlvcrlis l ill our last irs o, nlll was pre enIted to te sharehohlcer o0 the lith inst., is very satisfactory reading to those con corned. The lbaltnloe-hool, as at the Idt February, show&lt; the balance at profit and loss to amolu t to l21,9lT,3 3. 11d, out of which the directors reconnllnlld the pay ment of a dividend at the rate of tII per cent. per annuml, ab.orbing C17,95!). The reserve fundi is increased to £83,i000 Iby transferring toit C5,0011, and a balanct of £4,003 tS. Iid. i carried forwarnl to next account. The report further states that the new hluitlingt ill courst of erection oni the bank's frechold in Collins-street west are progremsing satisfactorily, anll the directors anticipate the pleasnre of holding the next half-yearly mnetinw" in th e bank's own premisest whtre sN lll alccommodatio will be Iprvidecl for carryinre on tlhe gro ...
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES ASSOCIATION. PRAHRAN BRANCH, No. 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES ASSO CIATION. PlIA?litAN BIIRANCH, No. ",i. A meeting of tIe above bhlioich was hehl hlI. WYdnesday at the Ditscwialv;.y Hall. Cecil-place. .. M 'residevit ChurchI occu pied thte chair, ael there was a fair attin ialltec of illnmember. Fevertl ilw candidatel, were elected, and a large number ioplo.l. A member of theil ewly-foerelol ambulllanclle corps in connection with the .N..\. was present, and urgedl uponi matllember the icccsity of keeping the corps up to its full tlrengtllh by sendinngi strong contingl?tt of the tmemblers of the tlrihratln biract. Thi subject twa warmoly taken up, and after seveonl Clllember hail slpokt, the inatter was left il thie hands of the assiatant secre ltary (Ml. i. B. ollingworth), who will be glad to enrol the iantes of tlhose embcer who were not preent. After the tgeneral businelos had beenl transactle, Mr. I\. l1. Church (the presi lent), gave an address oi " nheritancet." The speaker showed that he had given the subject a great...
THE METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
THE METROPOLITAN BANK LIMITED. 'Tiel thihl h.llf-yerly meetiyg of the above wits heldl tl the Athtlr etlr m Oe 1 TrlCes ,lay, Mir. O. Fenwicr k it the chair. The following report wa tshken a r'tl, neld wa ? un?nimolutsly ad.pte: " In slbllittin the Istelon half-yearly bt;ilanee-sheet of the Mtetnroplitan ll ank TLiniterl, your iireertorle hlave to report a lolatinued in:rea of bi?i Isile, lItl ill tihe tlcnk 'eand buitlintg ie"iety, which, in fact, has only henl limitedl I tlher aollr t at the iispo"'al of the Itrector.. During the lalt three mloth yotrit drectolt were cnlpelled to reject i eery largea aUot of butsi?ea of a secure all(d pIroitableU character. T'ite ret prolits for the half-year, after irmakirng pro visioul for bad rtr'l dotlhtful dCbts, are S1,,3':l:t I:,. ad.: n.mollunt b)rought forwalrd, ti2113 124. 4,1.: total, 020,777 1 s. 8d., rwhich your direcihr: propUose to ditriaute no follows :-Preliinry expenses writteen olf, C 6ll5 ns. tlOl.: to p a rdividende of 12 per ...
PRAHRAN TRADESMEN'S CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
PRAHRAN TRADESMEN'S CLUB. 'itt tucua tutriu cu-ccitt i oftic 'lxIv:club. cclcic lc exciting much intere takes IIIII:! ,i t IPI11·ii ilT· 1y. The shop kwpcthavne ;Iccxit Thur clo.e Oi the 1A-ccj the evcutfut (lay-%,hicit IlCaI n ul pro cliulabtik cut pubclic ttuthlay. The Celx-ut to ucccquitCuagntuuxy ouf rtuutiuitc I.V~elitte-, ccccuutcuiuct1 b the tunich tyrCtct, cil board thu vcu-cu. The tickuct are WIIIIlin, lllip lly.ttl the able l: :1I imlll ficc clt cccctI1IIhOCnltticc thu: cccl~ji. cc I:01i ht~ ýtbicItc tcccr.--cc-cy, 'Mr. I~tic u, uscoutli. cluntt l h tcic cctccc-..s Compluet.-crcrtucc ntiucontcjnrt cu f tc ul cUtul ioccccc . aml :ill lubonltl spewl it very jolly tie. it Ii vcr tisement a nlllwir clic\vlr er: giving fulli
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. 10,0er. IIavte-, Iloyde,un an Wit-ont aIneaIIIIa naill tiontt nde fr .[nlltly next at I11 a.l., en the ptrnmines, 1t atd 48 Itlach.ter Tl'race. St \'incent (tan.utlu. Albtert Park, of a nluerior lot of houseahohl furniture antl effects, it good coUdition. M.c~er. Top tein?ll (.o. will Rell this tday at I p.m., at eutnee-triet. St. Kihlt, near the Alma Hotel. four \'.II. cottagea oil hIan 11I x 111ls. Mr. t. Vale lnteni will -11t thte day at d p n. ot Ihc'gr.)nd, e t vahluh, lpoperty at l'?tea.tay; a:l an iSatanltay ucnt cat 4 Stt.,a ax-ix-rnumeed W.II. cottage int Argyle teenat.
A LAMENTABLE FACT. A CALL TO DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
A LAMENTABLE FACT. -- -4---- A CAl.l, TO DUTY. A ollfu cae illustrlting the reant of ac coulmdlati?ln atf the Alfred Hospital, ocenrred eo VeIlne·isday last. A younl man ntulel Itoloert Illpton, in the last .tage of uonllsllntion,appliedl foraaision to, the ilnlitultio, . Ix4 belds weroe aa?l ble. he lhad to be iofoled, oltlough lhe receeivd mnticatl attendance. lHoptoa left hoslital, bt tt oi f artlhier thatil the gate, when htut ad ,ir'nd ditn.e .
ECHOES FROM THE HON. JAS. CAMPBELL'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
ECHOES FROM THE HON. JAS. CAIMPBELL'S MIEETING. ----4--- "I would1applbtt theet to tile very eeo That ahould aptlaud ngtin." T1ie ulpilolieru and defentcliecm of "1,. alismi" got hit hardl oi tMlontlay lasit Iy the lho..Tnittite Canmpbell. The "munii pal fryintgti" titkled the electort, ae hllo te-t I e lll t i IIIll a Il nst tti lt- i-hf Inew ·oE. ad1j -of our asplrlilg ".patriot.." St. Kil tt it -le ,oetetithd, shi lhe a,?t ? jietty ieh.rell politiket.-t d take n etietl vit.iw'e efititterl afecting tit e fttre ,of e c-oloiy generally. There is nlo doubt .wi?,?o-m in ll ?th'lis: but still a St;. Kihla itelrel.ectl:llt:ltive ll t t thkellee oR "localisl .altloelthr, anlll if hi. dloer' Bnt identify him elf with tt people. tehei n is very little .cllnllc? o~f the Ipeople recgrlidillghi n a their frlu:lde2r i vlal-lriillllnl him with their c onlti. ¢llel e. It wlo lon iltlle pl ilnt of :l I:n." -etccyt it, thit the ?ioe u.t.tCttallbell wttac 'ealt. Ill like all tklilful eltpeaker, ihe...
THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
THE pARLIAMENbTARY ELEC TIONS . Mr. Geor MoTLurner Is.atnnatnce to adl dre?s tlhe'leitors sf St. Kii?la on Monday wuck, 23ih iust.,'iL 8 p.m.-- ut next Mou day Is We incorrectly stated i Vogdne.osdy's itr. Ctampbell's addtrers dtelivot?il at St. Kilda on Motilay night, and which occu piie four. columns of this journnl on Vchu-a-nl y, Ihas hrcet read with great il Ite, nll has renewed the cntltsiatnm int the borougli ill regard to the parliatcnuttry elections. Anty one who. unto infuse.life into St. Kildh deserves t t tie thanks of nldtf , 2?o. Mi. CaLbiltll is-to to. cond - plitotlitedt iute otf-t t'i otitur uandiuate arc nou *, oanoundclto o?, al ilt ant i thu ,lutiot", t, . "to, tio.t u io .,o , Oldhaimoreally men:u to go to thl poll: 'if thcy ltd, thoe Itndifor?ntcC at prett dtilts playled will tc uie buit rettiro-ot Iar tilt 'n ,(i th placl l the,.oll.., ", , IMr Hlertry Jentitigs ito anntt outced to adttrsl tile'troutrt at tire uo-haill, t. Kilao, oa tlielMty etlenitog otntt it...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE PAIILIAMINTARY EEIIC'TIONS. Srn,-Wt\'ill yeo allow umec through the collllls of your van!:hle journal, to ,tal'e a suCggestto.with reference to the ahldtlrecs do.livcred by the local cantlitlateo for Par limentarey hnoro'. It is that tle gentle meotn t prcut in tlhe fich-anl, of cource, any others thlt mally comle forvanl at a latertdate--appoint it day pa. which they willo, in a elept met the elhctor, and at the tme mnoeettntw. each advance htý vi.t for the colttc:.:ttiol of thonl w'hooe stttfrgO t.o hr. h. fc Nee otw toth WOlt su.h a coure is adopted o- tlh hkalin' of the d;ayo of n icicmtiot, atnd the ehlecton :tr: theLtcbcy ell:lt to forml a tn-,rl lcellntt opcinion of ttte tneritt of the iutliviul tlc.. didl:tev. li..hle, there art plenty amongt?t ut woll proably will nt hol able to attend all of the c,?tntlted Im.ctin.ott. anlo, conet - n'etly : hshI not te. able to jctlge with the prcciiion that tlc, ntt event dettll t 14. I trctely tltl:e the sc?,e...
ROOM AT THE TOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
ROOM AT THE TOP. ''heren ia na? unl a t tle nt ildL:e of 1, 12? ant the ltrightuo-rna.d ,trte school, nearly 1110 inl etces, of the lnlumber the huii li?g •wa, crect L nto neItvnIIIInIIIlte-nIl )yet tlhe (:"'Iral ll'unl of leaith Itnever etlempltl(s to Iniut ltopl to Phisov l reltvirwding, neither 'l'e the l':lhuctiotll dteltirllentL seek to amelll llll cont lLndl ill t Lhe verneL, " Plentyof l?nll tll the u IilLg
MASONIC CHURCH FESTIVAL. AN IMPOSING DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
IASONIC CHURCH FESTIVAL. A. III'OSCI, DIION'STi.TION.. .•The ,hemii c Church FrtLi-al. ,rhich is to lake ph1t, Wit l'ah lllir on tihe 24tll h i.ll.. will pruhl~h?ly he o.n of the most ui)posinl spec:?cles e'er wilnat.+e l witin the muni cilpality. 'IThe brethrenl! will :asCmle atIll the Pr"thr.n town hllll, iandi frol thcle. will march in reyalti to St. lMattl hews Chlrch, whet'cr a .ermon' wvill' he preache d at :t p.m. hy lrm. tpie Rye.11. ml a tell, ,-i tant District Gnmld Chapla inhr. Thel t Rte. (OnJ llln llangley atnn li]O, the Rev. C..i. lle by, District Graml Chaplain. will assi., in the service, which will be full dhecid. A .trong choir. under Im. C. Truelove. is its active. rehear -l. The muscal arm.geme nts will be on a magniticent eci.le-perhapl never excelehl in Melioutrne. .l'dmnii.?ll 'ill he by ticket only. so that any un ccetly crusit ing may h,.avoided. .1 collection will he Illale in l aid of the Alfrted holpital re. building filnd.
OUR ENQUIRY COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889
OUR ENQUIRY COLUMN. t 0b: ~lmmtl if it dIa. sllp will IJ!\;·i. ally par:l~ticularT Way of Id Iiw-.lu 'IU to forP -Ill. iv reiro ool. fly aivodrog in yu -lt you will obllgo Youro Patti full y, C· lt11 t: I I it *e i iii'." [A fioipclioi otalop will toke iu Inter Itiiui to i.. fiomo Groupt Irituto. Ttiol ttir Ioluorell ith tlc moro, "'A louh
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
Dia ksAi , brotihieiS Exhibition WO IJLEINS!!! PEOPLE requiring a NEW SUIT of CLOTHES to attend the forthcoming Elections, would do well to CALL AND INSPECT THE LARGE STOCK U' :: : OP Exhibition, 0 Mosgeil, AND SColonial.,. , .Prize. Tweeds, AT P. GARDINER, & CO.'S, London and-American Tailors, 4 COHAPEL-SITEET, P R AH I.,A Nt,1 ; Near Town Hall, AND 121 CLAENDONI-ST., SOUTH MELBOURNE. Tilo Goods we are now advertising were manufactured expreesly for. thie: Melbourne International Exhibition, 8 .any Purgh.ger may Depond on': Securing A FTIRST-CLASS SUIT At 100 per cent. BELOW ITS REAL VALUE. 4 T- NoT? TOlt PRICES COLONIAL GOODS: opediallineTroterse ... 12s. Gd. All Wool Suits ... ... 42. Ale, Special lines at ... ,. s. ? 0 q? 7:O.: MOSGEIL GOODS: Suits .... .. ... 65s. 70s. 75s. lue Serge Suits.. ... 60. Ilack and Blue Worsted Suits, bound ... .. 65s., worth e0s. ,2Q i!,,AiH ., C-JIUC INTEN DING. PIURCHASE S ' ,.; i .SHOUlD COME E:ARLY .: ., AND' i , . Se6Ud'' .First ' Pick,...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. JUSTICE'S JUSTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. JUSTICE'S JUSTICE. ----e Bir,-I desire to draw your attention to a ease of aasault that occupied a full bench of Perahmn justices on Monday, Dr. Fotheorton being in the chair. A Chinaman named Ah Teon proceeded against a young man named Williams for assault. From the evidence, it appeared that Williams and a companion was driving along in a cart when they came across Ah Toon carrying baskets of teonabahmboo-stick. Williams, It was stated, wantonly struck Ah Toon with his whip. Theu latter defended him self with his hbamto-stick, all was again struck by Williams with the whip. Cap tain Seymour Fort, private secretary to the Governor, who was passing in a lansom cub, accompanied by a Captain Stanley, observed the assault, and interfered. Wil lilas drove away, but Mr. Seymour Fort went after him, overtook him, and very rightly communicated the circumstances to a constable. Mr. Seymoor Fort took such an interest in thie case as to attend the Prahran Court last Mon...
A REMARKABLE CASE. Under the above heading the Doncaster Reporter, of July 6th, 1887, publishes the following in its editorial columns. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
A REMAllIKAlELl OQASE. Under the ohove hcodln, the Sona-toer B)eortec,. of Jotly (.llp18671 pblishes thoe followlng in its odltorlnl coluuin. - . Our readers o lIy ecall the circumsttltes of a young clCerk, named Arthur ltcLhol,, falling insensible on the Wheatley Lane int this town Soue tilme ago, iland being picked upas he cntinllued perfectly helpless, auld taken?iil icab by two gchtlmcoii td tile office of F. W. Fiihler, E., thle ,olicitor who employed hinm. Onc rc~toring him to COouIioi ?Coo. it was ,tsccltabicd he was, o'lticted with oltc i;tcmcd to be aoc ilnur ible disease. When he was iblc to speak he said he e hd been to his dinner and wa ou his way back to his wprk, whe sued detnly hil head was ico :t 'ihlrl adtlI hefell it the street like c: manl who is knocked dowln. 0;1 clingll. to hi, r1coc?c in thie tolicitoc', ?ilcc Ihe hltlou it' icrht thls igllht t mo 11 oal feared heI cwno going to thaVCe lit of illncs, which w all itna is a very dr totl thiog for a poor mat with...
ALLEGED MALICIOUS PROSECUTION. BERRY VERSUS DENNY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
ALLEGED MALICIOUS PROSEL CUTION. -+·-t--- ltBERRY IVERlIS DENNY. Al action for malicious proso utione and slander Iod been commcneall.by Chlirler Albert lBerry, of Punt-Oald, South Ylrre,, against Thomas, T. J. and 1, W. Denny, of Clhipel.-treet. Plaintiff statenr ho left the employ of Ifugo Werthelm, ilmporter andl imnufacturer of sewing machines, to clter that of the defendantd , who are in the same line of busnes, uponl the unllderstand ing thalt e was to receive ,os. a week andi a per cent conmmission on all b?sinless traus oated, with a promise, as he says, of being eventually taken into partnership.t. lnter on plnllltilu luadl his alnary ustted to £3, hlt ar thu promise with retrd l o hlls being made a fourth pl.rtner in the firm wars not carried out, Ie ,n the t ill December issped a writ ag~st lst l dhefeldlants for breaelh of agreement, On tle il uto ilay plintiff ivas trirerilat Ilat to instance of the dlefendants for embezzlement andt lodlged in the lpth mn lock-up; He wa...
VARIATION OF CLIMATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
VARIATION OF CLIMATE.. Ohld colonlists ay that omie thirty years igo the rsverity of tihe wintr wai nlt so great as it has beenl of late year, and there was then, epecially in tile interior of Au&lt; tr:lil, a complll 31ltiv ill ity frmll colds, cough atlul affectionll of tile chest nlld lunges. rNew chI: s alnlin very man11 y others now Ikno by frequently painful experience that thlis state of things no longer exists, and that arullnd the col t line of this ontinent, especially whelre tilhere is a collsidel ble popullation, cohls, coughs Rll such like affectionls are very prevalent in the winter. Inst sb?l sonl Iulaerus testimonials werl rtlt to 'the local m~pprietors of Dr. leau. lolat's Izilian I :alamn, cerltifyig to its ollderful curative properties. Mhr..l. 31il lor, of izlett-street, i'l?allnl, wlote: "' Iast week I hlad severe coullgh, which pllr evented mle sleepiu, several nighlts. w rhenl I t a hottle of yoaurleaumlont's Brailian Italiam, ifroll hich, aflter takil...
THE ST. KILDA STATE SCHOOLS. MONSTER PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
THE ST. KILDA STATE SCHOOLS. i MONSTER PICNIC. A meeting of representatives of the St. Kilda board of advice and the loca state-" schools was held at the St. Kllda Town-hall on Monday night to decide the que.tion of holding a school piceic, Mr. J. M.YTlland being voted to the chair. After some dis cussion, it was unanimously decidedl td hold a picnic, the date being fixed for the: 15th March next. Several places were mentioned as .suitable spotL for holding the picnier atmongst others belirg Lilydale, Dandenong, and Spring Vale. A sub-committee,'con eseting of Ic?rN . Hill (head-master of the Park school), Atkinson (eirst asistant Brightol-road hchool), Counibere, l'reiott, Tullutt, and Yellard were appliltted to aor. range variols details, and report to a tiret ing to take place on Monday nitght nct at the court-house at 7.30, when it is holrerd a large attendance of assistant teachers will be pre ent. The matter lhas heen takben up heartily, and with the co-opentloti of the parent...
THE GORDON INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
THE GORDON INSTITUTE. ---4-.--- fMr. I. U. IIlnson :chairman of the com mitttc of the Goroldo Intitute, Ia1 issued invitatiee on to the opening of the institute on the 2?th in-t. The ceremoyo will performed by the Speoaker,. th Illn. AM. 1. D.vies. In the eveniig tthe chisses will give n entcertainment. A larve number will, no doilbt,attecn, andi those who can not tdo so will heartily wish Ihis vcry worthy tnovelttolt ýeucc.
SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
SPORTS COLUMN. ORIaCKET. By 0. 0. The St. Kilda met a team from the Onnrmond C.. on the former's gremud. The it. Kilda won the toss and, of course, elected to go to the wickets. The principal ?corers were F. Burton 32,L. Keogh 21,and sunldrle 12. The others failed to make much of a stand, and thd last wicket fell for a total of 103. 0. McLeod bowled well tor the Ormond, securing five wickets for 35 runs. The Hawksburn resumed their contest egainst the Wanderers for the Sports depSt (matting) trophy, and came off rather easy ictors at the finish. The scores stood at call of time the previous Saturday-Wan lerers, 126; Hawlkburn,155, and 3 for 37. The latter continued their inningo on laturdlay, MetIDooltL and Freemanl going to the wickets. Only one run had been aidled when Freeman (bowled W. Johnson) nade way for W. IHallows. McDonahl cnace in for a severe ki;l. from P. Hlarper, vieich stopped play for awhile, and he had to obtain the service of another player to sun for him. When W. ...