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LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. '' -. IF ily '[)tcr'?o orilera hit paper to be dioollt>mtal, ho must ithit pay all arrears .or thu pulblisher may rontinue to send ii;til paymueilt is made, and then collect the whole amoluntll., whether thu plaper is taken froml th oll:t e r ??lot. ". The court hrave lcdiitl thit l:fi:ilg toi totikLh.lU\heiltew rsu nlll p'jcili~: - crum thoe jote-ollico. ur re mnlolv IIii Flg:.wihli t'hcr uoncallt l fotr. is: rint'e fa,; r.h j.tuce of intentionlal fatll.

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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THE POET'S CORNER. THE Editor is always ready to receive original poetical effusions, which will be published when suitabe. It is desired to cultivate the gift, and render this department of the paper as interesting as possible. EARLY MORN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

THE POET'S CORNER. Trll i M:isa nlwny?; ,rly to reeiicc"original p ,dtu rl effusions, which will be publihed when suat,hlc. It is desired to cultivate the gift, -uldl luador this de rrtomnt of the japer as irterrcring as posiblee EARLY MORN. 'Tis inerry iu the morning To rise and walk the fields, Where nature in her loveliness The purest fragrance yields. When earl in 'the morning- While others are asleep To walk the dew-kissed verdure, Andhear the gentle bleat Of sheep down in the meadow Bb: skatklilg and ao green : For the snu, in all his glory, Is flooding it in sheen Of, golden splendour brehaklhing The grey mist of the dawns; And night's mantle disappearing With the coming of the morn. 'Tis merry in the morning To lie among the grass ; To puff the fragrant weed, And watch its white clouds pas.. In curling light blue ringlets, Up towarda the azure sky ; The blue in white wreaths breaking, While no one is near by. 'Tis merry in the morning, -, To walk among the flowess; And view ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

Bting fTo s tel City of n'throi Maso iic Lodge. L.C., which hts rec-ietl thlie support nudculthusiastic ro-operatio of :Ill lodges south of the Tlorr, to hohll :I grall chorl servie in aid of the ])uilding fund of the Alfred Hospittlln in St. Motthew's ChpluSCh. High-street, PI:ahran, will be OllnSlum mated to-morrow. Tilhe brethren of the aorious lodges will assemble at the it ",roeossiol to the clurch, uwhere servirt will rcotmence ac three o'elock. This "ne:dotpnrtouro " in mtlsoryt htas recu adversely conmmentted nllOll in some iuarters, lut thle ollly ilrtmIetllt of the commet-atoort appears to ie tlhal it io a 'nt:e departure," ?Ond ill hle tlnrroF, rss of n rigid ronservativospirit every thino is deprcented, without distinction. hIl it good or ho it. evil, that swerves from the old groove. Ifowever, for our own part, wer alpilaud rather thn condiom,, 5kin i5f s li'irbcustratin - hldhl in the interests of rharify-b-ly a fraternity who esetrm the virtue of charity in the highes...

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SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

SPQRiTS; 1COLUMN. ."alL .Ji- 2 E-I or o. iV?o?,i?t?. rye o.'.itestei to driy' attention to the entertainmentliniuido Oticked Club'to, 1;:heldtn i the,oTown club lmae wongagd?l the serviees:ot: ,the putting~ foWat b One 'o ,theitibest pro-i ?.iTdlgi-,,, ', iio,:. performaneen. the H.'ktiir bi'i CorieL t;` Clhb tire 'going to pu1lofi thou trophy sooxewiat oeasil. 'Up to the- presdet t'hy remain unheiten, 0perforitaneo rino, of the t her clubs'coni niear: This'i-ill manke tiori foisith .aioio in for this trophy aind'it ahoenk?iolumoes for' their per-I hsvr anor .id gýuoh pay tfhat they hn've alreidy'hint such a oatisfactory Tihe Laund Trophy is likely toh be, again anlic?ed i y the Waterloo Cricket Club, owho lave also played very-cosistently thrhoghout their lust two or three seasons. It. will beo Lrememberedtheyuvon it last season. iTe i?ut.h' area Union aid South ern Oross clubs bave, been rather dis? ,~poiutino in-their performfiuces. The C0ross huve lost throee mhatches aind ore o...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

PARS PITHILY PUT. Charity. Picnics. Banquets. Innolienccic. 'More pictures. Levec-takitugt . Electioneering. Maitonic festival. Stueley dea1n agla. Jacob Wayman llead. Arld IBdailquet-- ith Mliarch. A.hurning que..in--aolh.....- lhlsoniceli eival-thilm.orrw. Calsnaus' Gala-2Sth February. A newv.onlrlly-room for St. Kilda. ltdtcrt,t Murtny Smith fati St:-'Kltdc. The square alln compass to the frollnt. St. ibal Stalte schllool iliet --1rth 11irchl Ali Shintts Chur'dli Uiiotan Couaert fuesday nedxt. The dehath of the third wife of Sir C. G. Duffy, at Nice,,is recorded. 'The:honorabcle .Imetes and tile hnorable Tlholnas are both ltrigltt'us. - P'nihran tedcestmen's .'!. excunion it uacces--ain so say all of un. tle objeected to ocalismt-no wonder he dlil not scruple to change localitie. tIhiunings will have the biggest benefit eie held itn Mellurne--he deserves it. Is the lion. J. Campbell a "cocktail," or is he more cocksure of the Brighton seat. "Tih Camplbell's are clnillg" it was aw...

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EXIT OF MR. CAMPBELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

EXIT OF MR. CAMPBELL. ---- Turner winkdl ut .Iclingn, Jeuniugs winkedl at Jeins, Tullett nodded to Oldhnm And said-" Five local ' beans.'" But stay ! there's friend Connibero, And .Mr.Murray Smith The Campbell's gone-but others come To fill his place.forthwith. So Turner mlndgc Jlenings, And Jeans exclaims-" Oh heaven,' And Tullett says to Oldham "\'u re flot iive but sevel." "Six of u. i i St. Kildea dwell, The other or ]vetll ileducend we were. increased we are Wo're seven, ntlna, we're seven "

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LOCAL INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

LOCAL INSOLVENT. 'IThiun?Is ulrt,f Waverly road, Oak.cigl )llnr-?et :lrd ll:e l'. C:alnl::4 I .',illre of chri, and ýicc-ti of ncl and family. Lianhilities, £110? 8. 91,. : amets, 1:1. ; duficicCs 0ill I. d.9. \h1" Analerwl, ol1010 aciguec,

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MASONIC CHORAL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

JASONIC CHORAL SERVICE. The grand Masonic Choral Service in aid i, the building fundl of the Alf'" Hos? plitl will be held in St. Matthew's Church, Pmrah n, to-morrow afternoon, by permis sion of Canon Langley... The masonic brdthren are requented:,to meet at the Prmhrnl town-hall iu full masonic costume -namenly, full dress, white gloves, &c.-nt two o'clock sharp, from whence they will march in processionto the church. Service will commence at three o'clock. and the sermon will be piched hby Bre. the Rev. W. Mnetell, Grand Chaplain, assisted by Bro. the lRev. C. J.. Godbly, District Grand Chaplain. The mesical director in Bro. Truelove, and the orgaunit Bro. Evans. The dermonstr tion, which will be a most imlpoing one, is under the distinguished latrennge of Bro. Sir W. J. Clarke, Bart.. Provincial Grand Master, an Bro. the Hoen. M. II. Davies, Speaker of the Legislative .Assembly. The admission is by ticket, and in view of the large number of tickets that have been applied...

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PROBATES GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

PROBATES GRANTED. C272 : LII (iccgc ii. iicrcp, Clilctw~ick-, C273.

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AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

AS WE GO TO PRESS. We are reluctantly compellul to hlhi over " The I'zzle Box." Dr. Leger Emon wrill deliver a lecture, under tie auspices of the Prlhran Iranch of the Anal llian Natives' Associotih, on Wen?-doliy night next at. o'clock, at the Prthranl town hall, the subject being "Typhoid and Sanitation." The doctor, who is an able lecturer, is an authority onl the subject of Rtnitation, and it is hoped he will have a good audience. The usual monthly meeting of the City of Prn.rmn Lodge, No. 474, I.C., was hell on Tuesday cvening, there being a very lage attendance of members and visitors. Four candidatei were raised to the second degree, and live others to the third, whilst several new members were proptloe. At the close of the meeting, at the invitaltion of the W.M., Bro. Simpson, the brethren assembled at Bro. Potter's Post Office Hotel, where a pleasant half-an-hour was spent at the festive board. There is nu member of the craft more widelly esteemed by his follow-Masons thanl...

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AUCTION SALE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

AUCTION SALE NOTICES. Mor, G, Vonlo Liton will .c11 thi tiny, itt Itprm., oilltttg.otn, n oo tuototo proporty o'ootoiotig or stx-mrooootl WI1, voutjfo II Aryeyt.!treat, St. Ktltoo.. . Moosro. Montttooovf'no Otononii nnouonco tor Moontony noot, at 11 Ia., oo tiro pro ootoloo, No II- tfioyo-stooot, Wiosoolro. n oujoourlto lOt of ijooosuhohtl fojrotuioc anol IIfyou otn nrooou oourioo ity ioyoo nteor. tlo.ooooot, toototnt gainoo. The folt !ex ooo't !toolo h ths, cuoon.tty into worldi.

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MR. JACOB WAYMAN READ. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

MR. JACOB WAYMAN EADl). Mr. Read in thelieadof the firm of Moser J. W. Re?ad & Co., dprpers and oltfitters, of Chapel-street, Prahran, and is a vice-presi lent of lha Pr.llrann Tramdsmen's Club, with which e I has been closely Identified since its inception. Mr. Read was one of the original committee-mor in 1879, and In conjunction with MIr. D)avies, the hon. secretary and others, he workel assiluously to make Thursday's outing the success It Mr. 'Read was born at Williugham, C.aobridgeIhire, England, il 1.32, and is consequently 47 years.of age. le wras ap .prenticed to thedrapery trade whlen foir teen yars ohld, and after gaining some little experience in London, weot to Quercnslanl in 1I105. In 1867 he left Brisbane for Vic toria, and ultimately commenced business in Prbhran. wherO be still resides, and is the Ildling member of one of the largcst establishments outside of Melbournie, tem ploying upwards of sI hands. One of tile secrets of Mr. Roada' suacesa is his with dr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

Drapers andd Clothiers. JOHN PA RRY SaŽD 00.8 ý i . .; Manchester. "'.",?tQ C aico I -i'j l ,up:a'.?r ;. Table u in l?Us i f:n .~n :.O il to I lid'; E?,taius,rnnpklns, &C. Extraordinary Bargains. Dresses. :• Robes, s lid, ld 11,id; Clhildren' 4i, 4s lid; Striped Silkls. ls; Ile .versible Cashmere, ls (worth 2s ldh); ltffrs,fnom lld; ido Liberty, Pon Mem, Moitd Silks, ke. Must be Sold. . Fancy. I"e Lots lace Fi toicejig wide, w i l:ibbons, from .; Iled l Chia Sill SldandkerchliefDsl,ld: ;i . ,Gd mbroideries from ld to lhii; L es -Collbar, L.onug Handle Umbellhas Very Cheap ý:::-laberdashery. ill:v:k, Tran; 'Leather Belts, is 11ld; I,, Baskets, from id each; " Wire lal Brushes,.lIs; Pot- lantlls, fnl ti; Purses, Bagso; lFasinsil ldButtons. Clear at Half Price. Hosiery and Gloves. all Icugtlhs. Genuine Reductions. Mantles. L frole s d1; hit riie Cost.eoum 1r? ites lrmntlh ,' V ieltei, Sillt Ccs' ' H?. At Reduced Prices. Millinery. l:vening Flowvers, is Ild ; Trimmed Hats Sfrom ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

Banking Institutions. T111 NATION"+T BANK OF AUSn Cnliial St1 ' 'iil, C1'w'0tt)O rnlls'il, 0,0000,,000. 100111.' I olnlI1J Iloo6l0,00, l,0,00 S1 1111 A0 B RANCII ClTnlol Stlr '. INT0REST AIOOWEII ON OIPOSITS. loft i.,nod n Enl~lltoaR, Irelnd, SCOtlntol, and a11 li, Ilolk'lRo n.o3u'o 111,1o.l 110.1l 1011000.L oat tho World. It. 11. ENGL10AND. bIo nio. rpIOE 0 0TION. 0 IOANK OF AUSTRAIASIA. 1 Cnl,;(nl Snllacrihrd. C1,:50,OM, Osl d~ol , O111,00l,01.0000 Rci""tYC F" ado, T: ri oot, 01hcrr 0 11 0ilit 0 o 1 Shnroltoldo1e, .1,500,000. ST. 10111,20! 11002010I. Coner of 5111j01,.trl10t m1n 1 20 0ll,, 10lt,0t. C,00001Plto,011'0 of RR "l,,Il o,,11 " tOCy tlla I, l~llir nn LIIPLL· Ro 1, Ttoo.,i "r tlnTOI1 "' ol tioIl,"k Jrtr~aWWI.\gorexLlott GORDON II. D,10100, iTNoooo. m o NATIOOAT, 1BANK OF '10S. Col~lofl 0ol,soriolb. 01.000t1,01. Potil.,,t,, 1,000.0110. 00rcrr00 lolloq" ol Shotooholdoto, £1,100,000. BALACLAVA BRANCII, Corllolo StnOo. IOTE10EST ATl.OWVII) ON DE1POSITS. 111101l ll11001on }:-Mo...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

To CORRESFONDENiTS AND OTUINPS thpm~~uni~R.d mVl ~di~~(~ I Pp i, II -.pIN lll illp.,ti n ppppppI1 l pp p11i u pipppp ppI pp, .1 ~is p~r pAt l pp.'t tlppipc PRAoIh PIIIIA IE1EWnll8nnL ~ira F o IppPr pp ppplar pp rrletpk tptpppItl-Wl. S. 'IJJI 1', i;Bd /'/NUU. 011 A?. ?lSP.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

PLASAE -OtI 'b·.sst lltt( (Litsi tltititssyt Midiul BuIghhto, tht "itta tE (hI' Plttutitiiu~t n fetn. 55AVsdl5 Ote slt 1 ST. it. itcr fl~uti'tdu M', .:.arriages.:. ucriii ttulhtiu, ufthi hi hithlb u, Wl·utidiutud byiii., lht~ne flu,51he tifa~ Sutilhi.b 5hthtad ii!~ ICflkgtlti, 51'uliyc,hi talul,.Iutth tii Sj I..Iiltitn tutnlu, ti h t .Ii'h±.Atu iutuuit ithaSpiu,, SEAic, Mutite Lot 14~lt~uuasLJtht WVituiit, Ietth~y. h : AgIt 'tiLliti ul Itigiti iEth tIOUXO:.,ti Wtijuit. Iu.ulC,uuti sritih MiOUIITZ.--O IItiu t 17th tittitit. it. )s .i * thititti, \h'yhitighuurtrts.- JIhidilh -Ihduhttil,, siituuulyuuut. -. tI'lh'idI'VI.--Ou thru 1711 htu, itnmJ~t Itt tusih ututitu, HP hitiat rti, Cthleoi~utyuiuu, PL'utbi, id~tlthyict-.tu RAP.ic -l fnhl~ ~Gt

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

ItiOFEMNION\I, & 3MItUtCAN\TILE MEN .Iwo 14y cS_ ,1 _t it ;, v8vc -We beg to edml attention to the follow" iig, viLz:-£3 it year i110en* ilgnilnLt ALL accident tbe human life, and acunrer C000 ia death aitd £u a wveektnring injnry. i·p~po.,ll .fo m'ý'l" 1 nllP )'tlI;4i.{ýi,ýnlrtok p tnnit lva irZ~ aliidiir Nla ACuE CotiANY, 04 Coleimin-etreet Weal. gain' TttolloAND 1010F: HUNDRED U lnilas hare buee L-AID by Tle16 Comipany. "1? .&l9J13tilPm4a 1&,grlmu19 thdir the sovre heaplclic&tIhe nd brlteicic R ior.A of July 6th,, el?7,phlLhol .m theOll6w/ h ft edr.or alcoloauc. Our readcrs may recall the circulnatltcec of bI young clerk, named Arthur ItichrIcl; falliig insensible on the Whcottley Lane in this town some time ago, and bin picked taKeet in a can y wo ge lenend tleio office of F. W. Fisher, Esq., thIe solicitor vho endoyed him. On restoring hint to tonscioawohs it was snedrekiiiiei h' sas alilidtld with wlmt seemed to Ie an iecur able' disease. When h...

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HISTORY OF THE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

HISTORY OF THE CLUB. In referring to tile club's outing the publieation of a few brief particulars touching its career will be read with intorest. The irln meeting of tihe 'lrahrt Trades mcn's Club was held on Thurlday evening, February 18th, 1879--just ten years ago and thile original oflic-earers were : patron, Mlr. E. J. Dixon; president, Mr. G. D. Cnrter; vice-presidcts, IMeurs. T. Arkle, S. Willis, and J. T. Crooke ; secretary and treasurer, Mr. 'W. Davies; committee, Messrs. W. Stewart, J. HIuslaud, W. Carter, J. W. lead,? and F. Thomaos. The clutb started with just twenty member, includilg, etwidet those mentioned as office-bearers, dMesrs. H. Taylor, J. J.mith, J. Manning, II. Vines, A. Arnold, T. Goss, II. Osmeat, W. Merritt, and G. Short. The nssociation evas admirably managed, and made con sideralle headway. Mr. W. Darice, fromn the outset, proved lhimself an able and energetic secretary. andt, being backed by an influential and substantial -executive, the members increas...

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PERMANENT EFFECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

I "I lj ?[~"t NTHf I ?FF/CTS9 "" l'`nqn' cy of o -r ie n-- g' ,,l hpsidg~ratu., whqttrls ,in tlhe arts, in literature, or in medicino. Espoc ially is this true in medicine. A )atient.myg Bpindr a l u'gj ajiou?ht;of noney and pass' many weeks or months.of suffering, only to find at the end that the aid sooecured was nnttetmporery. W arp glad, thorner foro o ule to ay our nlcedrs that there is one medicine which has !ot only .done a.vast amount.of good in curing people, but best of all, its potency is such that they remain oured. We would not make so unequivocal a statement had we not the evidence of proof established beaon& the shnadey" of a doubt... JonN Minipg Board, who, in May, 1886, was givianiup 'to 'die, by five of the best Victorian physicians, sufforing as 'ho tid froni'Bright's disease in its last stages, was restored to com plete health with Warner's safe cure, and remains well to this 'day. Mr. Cann's present address is Mt. 91aokwopd i' qtoxin{ writ tq or call on ...

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ANOTHER POPULAR INSTITUTION. THE PRAHRAN TRADESMEN'S CLUB. EXCURSION TO SCHNAPPER POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

ANOTHER POPULAR INSTITUTION. TllHE 'IRAHIIAN TILADlESMIEN'S OLUU. ---4-- ElXCURSION TO iCItNAPI'Rlt POINT. --4-. After an absence of al excursion for three years, it woo not to be wondered at that an outing of the kind should prove a success lnd a source of attraction to the citizens; but the relelt of tile excurion of 1889 has proved a success even beyond trhe expectations of the most rangoile, and should re-ansnre those who tarke such an interest in tihe above club that it lontll retluires enthusi.Lem and nmtnloiity of action on thelir part, and the public will be found ever re.lay to respondl and seconld any effort put forth in advancerient of their social condition, erj.rylncnt; and good fellowship. It is hoptl that tile result of Thur.sday last will encourage tile morm bers of the clth to further unite in mtoking this worthy institution an indispensable adjunct to our social existence. Thanks to tile mayor and councillors of the municipality, tile day had been pro claimed a pbl...

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