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WORTH BEARING IN MIND. FORTUNES IN PRINTERS' INK. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
WORTH ·BEARING: IN blIND. *FOIITLIINEt I; t'I~IITEIlS' rINK. Ih~o~tcoxpoct o~~ o~rutooillooot I.'L·il fruit io oooe nlight. Ilto.otlo tj Ioe otoit of toolnot liftoodl i~cl~i l tit otdt to;flobuoiooooo. octootoln oo gl loll1 io o oolokto Ilto ycooI~onlyo-!1 cool~t oIlrcotipaoon tiolon p;1 tutolr. A tloiogocc~OtlotIhig·ic o'cothtclrliog oiuet.s l A hogcoh clii o ot 'Itol ootctjcOiog~i l otlorlicor 1000cc'd1111 If coo co 000w ccli(l c~icility· t· co ol lootYC Ii~iooooo~oot, it ioojooorioot *coiooo·l. Iloc~ foic· tooIlllt Ilolrl oil the roriocity illto l PCeopleh who a.vrtise once only in three mouthi fora?,t th.tt nlit folks cannot re ouenber anything loungr than three slay-. Quitling aldvestising in dull time- is like tearing out a ldalt becauste wuater is low. Elither plan will prevent good time, from coming. A constant dropping will wrn at rock. Keep dropping you r alvc rtisaements on thel public, aln they will rn Inct iunerlr it like rock salt. Trying to dI busines.s withiuut advcr...
A FIRE-LOVING JUVENILE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
A FIRE-LOVING JUVENILE. A small boy iamed Alexoandier omon Wa. charged at the St. Kilda court ye.ter tny with lighting tirel nllnd tting fire to a 'had on the ,3t nlstant, t:o. plroerty of Mr. Parnons, who oustitsin a loss of 4C2. The boy is only about ten years of age, and at the offencewit wth wehich h. nwas c lhrgdu were crilinatl oate, the bentch wanv ro?oe What perplexed how to act. Mr. (Ctunau, who aPlatreal for the defence, shotwed thl:t. the boy had no intent to injure or tefrnaud anyolne. He made the itorn far anmusUmcnt's a;ke, aud. nerlous results lua attended his childish and nmischievous frtak. After h Oengthy discussion with. Mr.. Gauottn, -anI a consultation at?ng thcmnclvoe, iqYtwn declded to dismiss tlhe f?idcr,
THE ORIGIN OF BRADSHAW. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
THE ORIGIN OF BRADSHAW. In the year 1838 there was living in Ianchestcer one George lmelshaw, a Qea?er, who in a rather hhtimble way dollowed the calling ?'f an " itigAver of mnaps and plans of cities. This brought him into connection with the.,railways, then beginning to stir the commaunity, and an idea uaturally suggested itself of coin biniug his maps and plans into a little manual which should contain the hours of departure, arrival, and stoppages of tile few trains then working, and which, being offered at the low price of. tlhreejince, might Ite a couvenlonce to the traveller. Tbhe materials for his work lradshaw ob tained, as they are now il;tained, from the companies. Mr. E. L. Blanchanl, who in his time has played many parts. andlwas early con cerned in the venture, tells us that the rompanies were at tirst vehemently opl)osdn to thile scheme, and, in their nliggrd way, Tefused to supply their t:ibleo on the odd grouod that this would malikplenctuality a sort of obligation,...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
TIIE all ld marine ekcursion in edn nection with the Prahran Tradesmen's Club, whlich is to be consummated to morrow, has a inlch deeper significance tlhan at. first view appears-for the unanimnity, entlhusinsm, and liberality tliat has been' instilled into the affair proves that the club is fast accomplish ing its prinary object-a most benefi cinal andcommendable one--of welding the Prahran commnnunity into one uniied and harmonious social whole. The Prahran Tradesmen's Club, like the kindred institution at St. Kilde, is a nassociastion which is utterly non political, hut which exerts a powerful social influence for good. As is de monsntrated by the increasing popularity of its annual trip, that influence is be coming very comprehensive. It is highly andvantageous, in innumerable resects,. for it community to band to gether in a social union, so that its mnembers nty become personally ac quainted one with another, and thus cause the promotion of a genial and kindly w llow feelingam...
THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
THE pARIAMEONTARY ELEC TIONS. The list of candldates for the Prahran, St. Kild,' and South Yarra electorates rmans ualtcred, but there is a perceptible torease in clectionoarlng business : that is to meetings were held last evening at, rahmu and St. Kilda, and Mr. Dixon also met his friends. There are also meetings enouoed, which are referred to else ctro, for next Friday and Monday oven I Alil candidates ino these districts pear tobeobtaining encouraging support, d arodividually hopefulOf hetdingthe , nly three men can secure the coveted tloas,aud at there artwelvoe cadidate , th a prolability of more coming forward, defcnt" willasinredly be theounwelcome word allotted to the majority. 'At present it is impossible to? even 'approximatoly spot the wilners," and .candidateos anll their friends nilst rely upon hope,t retmem bering that • ,Tru? L p c o'n,? fr. , .-. .. But motuts on oeagle wing Kingsitmaket anw :' And mesner oreataoo kings,"t And, moreover, if this hopi i. bickef by ha...
PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
PARS PITHILY PUT. 21st. Bay. Coogec. Hoo-m.y 1 Shutters up. SchnapperPiiint. Ozone won't fight., lHoliday to-moorrow. MIr. Justice Hlodges. I.iberal caucis to-day. Insolvencies intl itcsrble. Six months' bills falling due. Courier " cock of the walk." uat inspectors are to wear uniformls. Candidates friends funorming committees. School of diplomaney--lrahran, Council. Coen? 's " Rutlh" applaudled in Adelaide. Weather as mild as milk-notl'rahra.ns milk. Majority of fie for free-trading in N.S.W. Last wTeek 290 cases of typlhoid were re ported. Landl boom over-insolvelcy boom col .mencing. Ozone v Courier--lhen will it really collre off! ishouchere implicated in Times' v Par acll rust. A "dark horse"--the third ambassador it Fitzroy. Eviction of four tenants by a son of Mr. Gladlslone. Ilou. W. F. Walker leaves for Europe next Friday. MaIonie choral service-St. Matthew's, next Sunday. Fire at IIosic's, Flinlers-street--very little damage. A more polite term foras blackguard-An African...
A HARD WORKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
A HARD WORKER. . -- C---.?_? Mr. Iter IPitmall , the invontorof phouue. graphy, is In his 71tih year.? : Inll habits he iL almost ascetic. Nqithturwino, bier, or piriis, fsh, flesh, Inr fowl cnIter bhi lips; and he is .aloo *.nanott.tobacohlt. In religion h h ie t a'Swedolool rgia, anud he has written and liblishll soeveral works on 1Id. subject. Ile h.i11r is moftlt nlt siery, was D., Iho 0ner tnool Ia holilay,, or felttlht ho neledtl onl, andl for'ivonty ycar'lnordeo' tilis period h10, was .at hi ldesk fOlke'en hours a day. He is an l argre?.ble o crs ' tionalist, opreferiitig i t tllt ir topics of the lday ratier thmi'otio lit eot ,sbjectO-" I'h110 tlogmllraphy" mt1 the 4'1poll iig" rdohu"'. lie rolsca . irly m jlll mlpgilibr o.i winter,' arod Ihotot bretkfht4'" l?illl Iod 11;0i time at hle "Phoneti i.n~iTtuti" iwalking there nd W01k, His houooe isl?btUtifully situnntl n thle brow f tll glgqv.rtking thle cltrm ilg Avon valley.
SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
SOCIAL. The wcdding of hMr. Walter Mlctcler, son of M3I. Tiht. Jlctcher, of Windsor, to Mis, Nellie 'Phillilps, was celebrated oui 0'lTelny, 12t h February, at the future rcsidcnco of tile tewly-malrried couple. The ccrelmoylll tt performed by thl 'lev. Tthomas' Itillig, of Toolleen, assisted by the Re. II. W. VWe.t oterolatd, of Nagatbnie, td thile Rev. G. Martia, of HIethotet , II tihe ftolgeo of a large numblllller of frielld. Theil brillesmnids wele the Mises fetchller, Miss'Wllf hllIld Misi Ileleyl-, who w\ere icely dreLI edt. Mr. L. C. I.llallmre, of Gordons, acted n0 best allnll. InI tie evenllig it paIty was hleld, lhen labout 7 frieolds assembled to con grtulnLat their hoIst and hostess. After supper several tiasts were hlonoredt, it. eluding that of the newly-mnarried couple, proposed Iby IMr. W. IFist, of .Riclmlind, to 1which Mr. 3teteher resollunted. The evenu ing wits most elnjoyably, speht'yanlld ,the utm1oltl cordiality existed. The following is a desriptionll of tso...
A FRIENDLY LEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
A FRIENDLY LEAD. .It, used to be all the tfshiotrtrrt leclat rs ill the Utited Statre to have the tmiyor of the town, or some other . p routflent citizen, i nt aluce them Eby wary.of i tri edly start. Uponl orre occasiol, years ago, when it temperance lecturer visitdl a certain tbwrtiill Michigor, the rro Ir rtef io4 nri andt thirensed tlhe mullce thtr :- "Ladiesoand-t o ladieand-and't" " ?iotl1c vo1" whispere'l the lecturer. " es, tof ourne! ILaliads man gcnttletecn, I have the honor to-to-i have the honor SIntroduce,'" igaiu. wtiitjicred' the Iee '"That's the checker !" I have the honor to introduce to you the notoriouso-hem- the Iloneiurble Mri-- r " : ; Here occurred another painful paart, lurillg .whieh the mayor walked over anld tlkelt the lecturer his nunte. f Simpklns," wtas tile' reply. "I have the honor to int'il'ee tl '' jlre peatel, ad he aalkd bck, ii t Hilu'onomble reeolutt, ' liowever. .IHe and I have been Ilayingl poker a'l' the' aftorruoon t tie hotel, and?l I giec....
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. T'IE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. --4--- - Cultivato not only tht corl-lldn of your mind, but the pleasure grounds also.-IVhafely. Puz?zus appear in &turday's edition and the aswrors in oe asdry's. " A PInrs -- ,ll b a r anddbog valuo d t .1 s . will lb given to the girl who sonds tile greatest numnber of correct atswers from, 5thl Jamnury to 90th June, and nnothor--a writlng deak, ,glued at El Is.-to the boy who sends the greatest number f unauwors fronm 5th January to 30th ffne. The mornes. will be pblishled, and competltors are rqllucstwo to keep a list s a check nga nat errors on our part. Anrvors must roach the Editor by pmo"n o?'o shhul be obliged if corroapoluouts sending. uaow" 'ioles will kindly attach tho ratnswr i it is • fl necessary for coulndrulis t lob original, al. thoug h wb prdefr thbeu .o..'.
OUR POET OFF THE CHAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
OUR POET OFF 0 THE CHAIN. : [t is not an infreqotnt noccrrenc for our special poet to slip hisprcurblinkcdl collar on exciting occsions] . Hip! Hoomray Duwn, tnho bay-.; „ Tradesmenc'o Club to-morrow; Glorious day, "Cloocc" gayn gcnooo dull cro at ndorrow. L >lics fair will be there, To t'rip il; light fani sti; "' Witn mIIovmnbtf a atotic. br o , trpoig ullieto ,iitl,-'; l MOd tctc,'t'n ' ., . Tim boat will be thle newt" Coogco' l,' cnnpper poin it tle deotinat ; And on boatri will, b stored " ' Plrl'hran'i populatlion'-' Gentle mator, teioglrp ter, Youtll galllant inod nailio coy, . Rub-a-ldubnl T olmc>n's Club ,, Havc tLo I" Coog?ci,i'alloy. '
HOURGLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
HIOURGLASS. -ThS cciitTh;CltiLil lm w of oncof St. Kildan's g5ateot nttractionq. _1, n oedltceo; 2,apiperwvlich isue4dtu nkalku n srilroound; 9,'a fouiif ; 4, a li ui; .5',dlottor;6d, a. nunu itovhoo 7, aay of coolkig mnat: 8, lo cprcoo sorrow ; 0, given.. ANSW~ER : A S XF E T I D'A' WmH~TS~TI I A~~· - PP L E:.,i ALE AND ROAST CONDOL.,E PRESENTED
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
I ~ Professional. - Ac LEWIS, t~v liC HL CiT 2i1) VALL OIL, rý ,;-&lt;':, i~lghIi trcpk St. K · d i. -.: Gt~ENT G ;thll Nationa1 Fite ana.Marinoo ý ,Inammllnoo Cpmpup of Now Zealand. T;E"` Y.4 E.'4b;s Itt i1, o No A 0 y~sYa M Snydo o CCioonia Mutual Lift Atooo Mtlio£ a nii. - Fou I. boiliot. WYidoow Foo ktfl o- .,ooollc.,siooO oIOhr n.. ~At oiue Y;. i conaulttt. ov, 9 'o I0 .m,; J ptri and fro rssto 8p .io. : ' , . -]CB:BTEtUoE, U,.E. snd SYDNEY W. - T V. Lioooood Scc oopyor aod Aff#(ttc 4Y dpu totois ooe~urp ute s e@tad ool y n ot11 li,,uWlxlirlollla uner to orandttsis I'ttoo. by 1tot will rooilra ooedioW tootkto BLACKIVELL utd DALTON, Arohiteoto, Iss, rmoe to Piromier Unllaidlhy. uL Co~llos-stoet toot Ntulbtoosn, too dooss froo Swto,,.atssttsL Drays ooutoolted tiy eyonino sftor O at!Oososx. Tindall sod Csdduu oon 00 o[ 1oS. 8a iibotn -00s'd.i Hisotktbso Ne Zsilood Ootnoool), sO all Hohigtooot, Enot Cobpoou.topy _ t o Calls ptvmtly attclldod to in townl or country. SMr. R. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
, o .,i,,,aking Institutions. : 1H?E NATIONAL ' K ;OF A -UB-' 1 1 i l. dASIA. 00 ......:. .·? ,; : sried tido£8I70?00 .' ,; o... rr LiailIty Of Sh50holde4;'1,500,0000 "n A H'i lAN n'AN'C TI Cl ,pol Stheet:: "' .,'. ,. INTEBEST, ALLOWED ON- DEPOSFS.I '. t IS .orld. S d.? H. R."ENGLAND0?'?,oha0,1 THE NATIONAL BANKOF AUSThALASIA. - Capt1l Sbslr. P0 El 1.50 00 ,'. , -R. i . i srve to . 1 ,1(7.0 . esacrso ~lAity of 6lmroholdor , £1 ,l?80 O0. -BT. KULDA BRANCdI. .C er o!.Fitgh sb?an0,3'tVeallnston~eLnt.! ? Current R1tes of Ltorest nllowed on Money( do111ited for fiEod lrpoi0s. D)mSflts l,'l.on Eglnaud. Ir ,.,l LScotland, nld tho .1nks Branchbe nod Agonries throghont ilm world. GORDON It. DARE, I?nm?er. NE'' NATIONAL ANK ' OFP AUS • .TRAI . ,. £pltd "SAlwooibed; £1.2.10,000. • Pid-4 1, £.1,000,000. ' ttsooo'o Food,, £ 0,0100. SereNrv Llabtlity of Sluolmoolldcr 1,TO,00). 'BALACLAVA BEANCH, . Carliolo Stroeet.. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. D.afts ia el on ,g ' .lnt l, I?nrt:l]. Scotland, ,r...
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTH:S. Thi,, jtynl iayyt l thy ,,jtbbd ,bwsl ,dn and fyy ihyhy»llgald , Il ph y h .+ y s li: irvy Allh b auavi vendor.. Thu a , Id, ,,riptiou m ono yjll t Pr cthy yit ehlilli:4:a Xwr Damonus-uiuo shilliut~x Bjsted. To ins, , tbyyt ijrtion, y d, adm, it f prof. fr clinwificnti Il n(lvortws ,;, xt. 1nn1i re j hl hityd., by l p. o'ckyp.m. ot:yiyyItyndny, Thnral y.. Spccnl urcrtiacmansst rcceived up to five p)·1I1 on 1)UUSdaYS mul YridR98· littlu ,rl tiywo ,, id reyyive the pyhr 1y tly or irr thyyy, ro rcgli nfnl to n1,,fy , 1, M. this o blyt in order tiqt thy3 iny yvmtyyt d .1,y A Wrorti-ere c u hnl Want di l 1111 Iroin tions ofetriughtu 1be rwltbdr.-A al ndrlrlia^ mente, tfc., muest Iw to ritiny, na .-1,,,l nutirc!a .Dueot 1. attwildLd to. Lcttcro and other Eolaru oni tiina intendedl l for insertion in tbo Ilerrn wlllulll ahollld ho nddroased to Tho Editor. No notilu'eal ha trlken of n::rlrlounmmx rm mnirvntinllx. } very lcttar moa~t Lo e:lnllplliud by thlr Home ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
Birth. arrg-On s the 30th Jolai.o , the . ife of W. J. Enber, of Ewksburn, ofa son. Bothdoing LAwn.---On thre 9th Fobntary, at Oroevaual Atr.ht, East St. KIM.,, the wife of F. 9nu91t Marriages. r.t2Low-S9~tlr thi-n the OLth2 Jn9thry, at St. Luktd's Clit...hitt, Adel, by the Vyat..tblo Arohdcaron r-r, Footorick Ionry Hollow, old.st sou of tht tllt, J.c9 I C Tn 1o.,x. of Mnlvern, to tElirrhbtth Alice Ilisoiv) ShtlTblnl, odest daugh.ter of F,,torici Henry S2ht.ortt wntciunskr. of SoDtat Ynrr±: t2.L2T-N-t1rttht. 96 tbhe 'with J..2 y.y b thh 1.2e, W.. tttt Yo...f, o9,11... tt h.11' .2 South 0,,,,. 6th h'2t,2elly ot Ch$il lnldl to Elollil s hary," Nntt~ll,- to g oonuge:. .2,61,,,., of Oswatd Ntt ttal,22, h2 ,1, .l. Deaths'. Ii29l;:-On the 16th Febti ary, 699 S Wh. .2 the *,*qytlt2 SOUth9 Yarn, Iti.lln, t!,; ,'l eld_:.t ...eon of the Into tc. -talc e Borke: - - - the 12th b'obo nulr uyr , a. It leis Iarlrcltt' residonco, \Yilhnlm Art~ur, the )clrcd sootd el.:est so olmillinal and snbftnl N...
THE FIRE AT THE ALFRED HOSPITAL. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES TO THE RESCUE. A PROGRAMME OF SPORTS ARRANGED. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
THE FIRE AT THE ALFRED HOSPITAL. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES TO TiHE RESCUE. A PROGRAMIME OF SPORTS ARlRANGED. At tho. last meeting of the Pm'sr.tn branch of the Australian Natives' As:ocia tiol, tile secretary reported fhvinfgattcioeded in company with the presidelt, ao meeting of delegates from the various friendly societies in St. Kilda anld Prahrla, the object being to devise some means of assisting in raising funds towards the re building of the west wing of the Alfred Hospital. It was decided by the delegates to hold a fsports meeting and football match at the St. Kilda Cricket Ground on Satutrdlay, nd March. The committeee of the St. Kilda Cricket and Football Clubs have placed their ground at tihe disposal of the joint F.S. committee free of charge, and lhave also promised to arrange a football smatch' of one hour's dutration between, the St. Kilhda Club and a team from either the lSouth Melbourne or Carlton C(!lbs, so tllhat :a very interestinag nad eajoyable lmatclh onay be expecte...
PRAHRAN TRADESMEN'S CLUB. ANNUAL MARINE TRIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
PRAHRAN TRADESMEN'S CLUB. ANNUAL MARINE TRIP:. Tlhe i?Pra n Trndesmen'? Club's annual marine excurslio to Sclnapper Polit takes place to-morrow. , The splendid leow steamere' Coogee" has been specially chllr tered for the occasion. mad will leave Saud. ridge railway pier at 9l45 n.m; 'l'rains will leave :lildee3ltrect atr8'85,.8.i5, and 9'15. When the "Coagee" has her complement of :inerry: lae?i :r"·eceeeke"s o beoard, the deliciouls str.iias o the eicelleit balId ;ill be " walted gently oi the zep)hy:'breeze," and the day's enjoymeltt _will ceomnmace OC. arrival, at the relilezvous dancing, dining, and sports of .every kind will be freely indulged in. The steamer will leave Scllapper l'oint ni return atl p.m. sharp, and will arrive at the Sandridge pier about Sp.nm. A large =aiuleor of prizes havebeen given for the sports, amongst which w.e might meation a splendid tea and coffee seerice by Me. Tobin, and irizees aluie £5; . sby Messrs. Willis and S. L. Chapman, also £2 2s. aechl ...
THE NIGHTSOIL ABOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
THE NIGHTSOIL ABOMINATION. At the Malvern Police Court oil Satur ay, a man narmed Walter Crllston wa: airllloed by the local Inspector of Nuelane.s, Mr. J. F. Eddtington, for spil ling nightsoil inl public street on the 8th inst. The Inspector was informll that a ,art, front which nightroil had been spillerd, was in Waverley-mroad, Malver. He found the cart there as stated, with the nighteoil shot out. The deflerant aidd three carts had been going along tihe road on the night in question; he was ill front. His horse hierl at aire approach of some cattle. and one of the wheels of tle cart went over a erlvert he was crroslng. lie had tried to pull the cartl ,t withl three horses, but, falling, left it there. The Inspector naid lie pLlled the cart out with one horse and implouned it, whel it wars claimed after three days by Gaynor and Co., contractorl, it whose employ thle ncclsedl was. Tihe lleach lsid offenuce of this dlscriptioe must be lput down. They would dte d more leniaetly tha...
POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, 18th FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
POLIOE -NEWS. S ? PR1AIIIAN COURT. MONDAY, 18th Fennodiy. BefD, a 0 1)-"egthdrmto e i (Chalirim), and ;d3tes. Ellhott, SyhBy Klpattick, Horu -bloa, 7l l Mnl? tlic-hetl,'n nd Finley, i u AY Ty - nr"a.-RlD N . cih;u ,imln Ott sOiim .ON 9 att he instnice i specltoter Vebb -for elliotjg liquor, contrµw3 to the lw,,oitfsnjro;, 20th eult. -"".?rut the ovi. detice it .apedik that's constable went in..theo-Telegrihh Hotel,? _-hich defea. ldahit in -licensee on -the- dayit, question, 'n? si :n-mfti:ilcldl foo i 1t.h , obtain a gleas of liquor, and pay Gd. for it. Mr. Williams, who appeared for the defence, contended there was not sufficient evidence to obtain a conviction, as tile constable neither smelt nor tasted the liquor, eand t ' hlpll 1 , 2II r, ll/illl c SDtIVINGs_.oN.. T. .FOoTPATH.-Davld Johnstone and James Stone were fined 6,. frjthiwso nceet, . ,(r\) STEALIN. TFom.s.-P..ul_ ohlsoe.nwe remanded for seven days on this charge. STEALTNotl LEAb.-?A' Ald1ihl boy named Neil M'Arthur was...