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RIGHTLY SERVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
SRIGHTLY SERVED. A gentltli rl shnes, along the platform in que.t of a neat in a crowedl train. At length he snpies in one of the compartmlents a vacanlt seat next to a stollt lasenger. But no It is occupied by t black bag. Enhngaged !'".. " Ye; my friend has onsly just got out--ho will be lautk directly." Neverth t hitue,: firstlnamedl gentleinan gets in andnlsitn down, stying-" 1 will vacate the tla euti nas oy as ynOL?ritie turns ip.,' T'hi signel i givenl to start. " Your iidnd had better hlk sharp," :aid the tra reller, "the train is movinlg.. ." }ie thlen adds, in n torne of regret: " Your fielta ILenhasmisedl the train, ilir at any rate he hnal. ilot laso hli luggage,"and wnith that he fling the black bag out Of the windowll. The stout pIesngller here jumps up in a rage, ali has jtist time to cantch it glilaipe of the bng--his bag, of connnrse s it rolls on the platform. t ,
THE PULPIT. THE BISHOP OF BALLARAT AT PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
THE PULPIT. THE BISHOP OF 1 tAUILARiAT AT PRAHRAN. A ertowded congregationit aosembled at St. Matthew'o Church, Prnbran, on Sunday evetning, fo listen to a srnion by D)r. Thornton, IBishop of Itallarat, who wa allotlunceid to lapreah. Tile bishop ielected hIetsext frmn part of the 7sth eall 7Tth reoras of tile st, chaptler 1f St. tLuke's gospel, which readt :-" I'Throgh thl tender nercy of otur Gaod, whereby, the Ilyipllrian faim oa high hath visited tus: to give'light to them that sit in darkle ?, atlldl i the shadow of death, to guide our feet in the way of peace." In thle ;ourse of an eloquent address the preaacher dscribed the text as being beautiful ' words, having reference to a beautiful fact that should be very precious to us Gentiles-the epiphany of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. An intelligent audience like that before him did not auled to be,told what epiplhauy .anllt; epiillainy is what lhaNgens to that thinag whena it islno alonger hiahlen. The Bible is full of myat...
UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS. MATRICULATION EXAMINATION.—OCTOBER TERM, 1888. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
UNIVERSITY. EXAMINATIONS. MATRICULATION EXAMINATION. OCTOIER TElM,' 1888. Tilhe follorwing i a list 1f the succt.ful loxcatlxtislatcs for' this examenatiote CAULPIELD GItAStMA.tr SCOOt,, CAUL FIELD. - Strectle, William S.; WrtIrll, Richartr C. CIItISTIAN tEROTtt ETlt' SCHOOL, ST. KILDA.- tlop, ,Jtcens; Itogau. John; IItun. .,oseph ; ISig, J.Irhn; Toohey, Tho?ns.a .s ," ,.ROA.- . IT. KItDA.-HIltne, hri; Turner, Alice E. G1;t1E1t HoISef, tUL'eNCE STIREET, ST. Kir.DA.-Watugt.ra. bcllaIIH. I , . r .H IOLSTEIN HOUSE LADIES' COLLEIE, WI?'.nslt.-Camnpbell, Florrnce. ' P'AitRAN .M[ATItCULATIOS CLIASES (LivINGSTONE, MR. R., ].A.)-Clarker, Jolhn L.; Cubbinrs, Johu: liobIrtMoi, Edwanr i Slercirn, HcrIrt I , . ST. KILDA SCOTCH CULIEGE.-Godfrty; Herbert C. TooAK COLLEE.-ltnrtrrop, Lullow; Chunery, A.; Clarke, Percy, G.; lthvies, Alfr?.d .; Foroter, Arthur E, l.; Forsyth Willitit A.;.Hatton, Cltrlca; OTSleer ( wanri C.; SlMri,, AndLrew S.; Stetil. Whillitm H.; Wattnr, Sydney, I. .. WESLEY COl.EGO...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
RICOESSION.A[S & MJItCAN'CLLE M1gN. We hag to omu attentttw to the follow. log, o.t.;--E s year insures agu l st ALL accidents to Ihumn lifend tcolaoxogltjo tit death and ES a woeekd Irinig' lnjury, I'iojoto ftea o drg ll dd O irticasulr 00'. pllotior to tho uCOOIA I. MIUTUAL 100gbt ANOEE UCWPANY, 82 CoIllin-stret West. ONe TIouoognD Five IltnuoneD claim have been paID by tauo Cobpany. HoIIDllur;iy' Pills.- Nervouness and wanlt of o??erg.-W? l titlt the nervesl feel untt rtng, nd listles nes supplants energy, it in the right time to take nome alterative al,; hiollo', r-·. 1P ' .Jle prevolt disordec runniig intodie. Thle. etel lent Pills correct all 'irlreguhlitieo and tokll t-. :.T'lo net lt klntlly aoyet ist eneogltieall y ox tihe flgCtiots of ollgtction and astloilatilo that the whole lotly is rcvivre, tlhe blood is nueolred richer and purer, tile Ilmscl. besome firmer iland stltoger, aol tlhe IltocVots IIttIIoll olrbhCot tyrtems nt tnvigootld. 'lhoce Pills are suitable fo...
CAPTAIN JAMES KELLY. A CITIZEN OF WHOM WE ARE PROUD. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
CAPTAIN JAMES KELLY. A C1TIZEn ot' \WHOMt WIe ARE PROUnD. - A few particular reganlitgour esteemed citizen, Captain J eatn Kelly, who has just Ibeen placed oil the ruwrve list of the militia forcer, will le real with interest. The worthy captain was sworn in as 'a private in the Southern litlel in 1870, ulder Captain Edwlarl llack. He was made acting.corpeal. in .1871: eer.canet in 1872? wn' presented with a goel caledl by the corps in 1877, ptntel his examination for subaltern in 1878. nud wan appoilted lieuttenant in 1879. Ont the dishandltment of the Southern Rllies In 1884 Lieutenant Kelly enlittal' in " D ". Iompsany, as the old rifles corpu, was re-ehrisltnedl .He was appointll captain in 188i and transferredl to "A'" company (the oli Collingwood Ritle), where he has been commanding oicer ever ver sincee, finishing up his active militaryserviec in IDecember. 1888. Captain Kelly has thus hadl seventeelyearn effective service wlthout a break, atnl he has been awnaded the Imdal f...
TRANSPOSITION PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
To Soaxrrtoo Ift/atto. Jf tihe follorwing tortis te t ransposed , tbeil ilitialo rout then etlrrta wll form the notne of a great. ratIte fought io NoEhngld. I.-tI'.\t fIHHIt . a coooty of IFllglanll. t.-CItAAIA, it to0.1 ill Gr0cce. :t.-lANS NN N 0, a ricer in Irelando 4.-Oi It A G U. a town in Prusota. 1.-Dt. N If, a Itritih ctolony. . i.-A IN E S L., a city ill Italy. 7.-N >" Is A G V. n lake iroSwitoortood. S.-O DNS VIi, a city itt Newo outh Widatr
MENTAL HISTORICAL SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
MIENTAIr; IItTnRinCAti SCENE. " The night in dark ; over the river skim many boatts; the oar are aremuled and the boats covered nith pitch. In one of them sits the lecder of thi+ expcrdirion. tie is repeating to tihe nleln e lnnn butifulr liaes fnrrn Grry'n EIlegy, beginning rwith--" Tim ithl 11(i glory lculn bat tr tile grovae." Then thie eneral nrd his men lhil. 'They anernd an almost inaccessible cliff writhr an unsur pirsed bhmvely. The sentinel stationed at the top of the cliff Ilier p.tnic-stricken to his fellowr. .1 few hours and brtth attacked and attackers are lnwnl up iln order of battle. Thie British le der. wounded twice, chieers his rLe on to a ayonlet charge. u. third ehrdt eurrs hiis heart. " Dol't et myr brave me e fall," ie crie, iln they Iear himr from tire liei. "'T'hey r ! they I" "h'outs one near him. "V Who rruns !" asks the leader ; but he is quickly anurcd it is the enemy. "Now, G?i I be praised," Ile tays, " ca dire lrai tr!" Scel were tile diing worino o th...
ST. KILDA BOROUGH COUNCIL. MONDAY, 7TH JANUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
ST. KILDA BOROUGH COUNCIL. M ONDAY, fO IANUARY I'reent-The Mayor, (Cr. Jeans), and Crs. Barker, ConnibereJetirrirn', J O'Irnitell, Iilley, Richenrion, and Turner. ATHRIEATENED ACTION.--3fcICss. Digb and Wilinson orllicitorn, wrpl? on behalf of their client, John MvDonahl, notifying that utnles thie lattfrc, ras "rcmuueratetl for damage: unastained Iry tlis ilailtln cen, by the wrmrgful emrstruction of Chapel-street,, St. Kilda, proceclingo will be institutel? td recover damnages.? Thee council 'deided lnt to recognise any re?lonoibility. CAUIL.IELD AND TYPHOID FEVER. The shircserertary of Caulticl sent in a letter ill answer to the council's invitation to the Culfield council to joiin ithe proposed conference, to consider the desicrability of establishing a municipal typhoid fever ctmp, sating that",Itihis couecil. ,ouhld ?? see ito waytiear to fe reprienter?l, as thl hospitals were receiving typhoid fever patientoeflum. thtir di.trict 'not\lthdhltld ilg thle on-erection of a fever ...
MUNICIPAL NEWS. PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. MONDAY, JANUARY 7TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
MUNICIPAL NEWS.'.... PIfAHRAN CITY COUNCIL.. -4, MOeDAY, JANUARY l7TH. Present - -Cr. Beatty, (in the chair) i l~0re Fullpr? iDo nnnclý i iWighton,1 Edwanrs, and Ellis. STREET NIImnDERINo.-W. J. Kay, who has just finished numbering, the houses: in the city of Melbourne, offered to undertake the work of numbering the houses In IPrahen. From reports he sees occalion ally in the Lress, he believed it to be a work much required. , Referred to ,the street ishblering committee. MONEY MATTERs.-Messrs. Clarke and Stringer, tiltsj cntdhctors for the Union-. street setrer, cmplaned of the way in which the surveyor kept back their pay mtets. The surveyor reported that they had been paid 90 per cent. of the ,stimatel cost, anld the balance was held until it was seen that the work was efficiently dtone' Referred to the public works committee. A STRONG ODOR.-Ir. Schmcedt of TeOrjlakisli ght under the notice of the council the state of the cble, trench in Toorak-nrod, east. He' i,[l hat it fI?n' t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
S Ironmongers, Plumbers, sGrocers, &e. CHIIIPPER FIELID, .. ... ... *", THE IONMONGEB, . . Has Opened a Shop near 'the Windsor Station, . '. .] ..CCHAPEL RI| iE-ElT,' PRAHBAN. ' ' ' WOIMEN*.., DUILDERS. EVERYIIODY, I "TIT' NATH SWNSTRlEET STATION, RIC!HMOND, NEAR rOST. OFFICE, ELSZ&BETHX STREET, MELBOURN~E The;, Crown Store.., :'HAYNES '-BROS., (Fr:om Sadh~.rt.) nta F. Wt JTk ad, Co., . Farnjl ..Groers, Bakers, Wine, Spirit &,Provision Verchants. H. ay, Corn, Chaff, Oats, &c. The Bt Articles only Kept at dete Prices. Families Witd On for Orders. Youn FAoroas? L a? ETarXsMe. Groery, et.., 50 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN. Bakery and. Con.fetionerDy, , CHAPEL STREET, SOUTH YARIlA. C. TOMiPSITT, Plumber,... Gasfitter, and Ironmonger; CARLISLE STREET, NEAR. STATION. BALACLAVA. AND AT 12 FITZOERLD SREET, SOUTH YBBA,. Wate Meters, Gasflttiny , Globes, Baths,, Sinkst Ho Basins, Pint, Oils, Clors, Gkss. S, Workmanship and Matarials Guaranteed. Speciality.-Hoer W\YVT...
THE STORY TELLER. THE GHOST OF WANGANILLA. [FOUNDED ON FACT.] Written for this Journal by "E.A.C." [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 January 1889
:TIH. S'QRY,, TELLER. [FOUNDED ON FACT. Written for this .loartal by " E.A.C" 'Never hleanl of an Australian ghot. atort, itranbenziei " Wait ill after dinner, and I will make yo alOter voer qpfinibi !rtib e'auch'tales irne akaowil in Vietoii.'t' The speaker lagh(eI aIs heaopeki,.but before his companion icmhl reply, the deep. tones of gol g rang out on that perftund evening air, anllulcinl? the adlet of diltn ner-welcome iditifig to tihe somnewat weary travellera who had only that after rlAOon; arrived from town at ,tturit liow statioa, tha'properltyo the young keftter ceith whos nemarck aute tale oepee. It, was the eve of thie New Year, ald heemi tt?ti'rery stvwet to llharry Meredlith. for busineas-had compelled him, forn Ith fg time ince his marriage~ tospend tl t p0 r's'biithdy ill the ceowolped ti.tu oolie instead -of inl the pure air of ?l)unt View, and it ias with evident pIa l teaa Ihit he uashered Lionel SItabenzie (aitt Egli?i. school-mate recently arrived in MIelbourne) i...
FIRE AT ARMADALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 12 January 1889
FIRE AT ARMADALE. A serioun im occurred it Higihtrtlet, Atrmadnle, on Woedndlav morninr g alout I o'clock,ci when thrnee wcoolen rhoi, lownetd Iby Mr. i, Efgit4, wrere with their coittents entirely dstroayed. The tifr wa\ r clnell by a lighted ciandle beinlg plced neaor thi wcall ill the prmiise of Mr. Tmtter, bite of the tecllillts. The other teClllllot weroc ,tMe-r. Carroll, Blacklurn anI Hallitfday, nnd are inosuord for t 1100. The' Pr:thrati brigulo t.i-e first, ''illt·rr ioext atlld SIolth Yairra thinl. Tihe tiremen liad all their work to sre the fourth .ihiop occupied by 3Mr. Tlom roll iottmllaker. Two mcni nld :I oilier of the Ilsurance brigadoe trtterded hut lmadt into attempt to geo towork. A tmmlltlbher of thr St. Kiidr ainld antotier tof the i Cltol lihtwery, c-ith Mr. .l),!toni. eiyoe gcec help. The ,lcc,,.i ,1iucir "Seliior-iliehtbIlei Eeile ull, prie thu"ir Ultr l nble asit ltane.
AN AMATEUR "GLOBE TROTTER." RETURN OF EX-COUNCILLOR WIMPOLE. A CHAT WITH HIM [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 12 January 1889
AN AMATEUR "GLOBE TROTTER." RITURiN 1OF' EX-UOtUNtILLOR WIMPOLE. .A COAT "WITH' HIM Ex-co?;ncilr ' F. W implloe and family returned to IMelbourne iby tihe Oroya yestenlay week, and we are plecedl to ray they are all inr excellent health. It is a matter for congratulation that out of the family iof cight, there iwans iot day's ick ne during tllhe ninei montho'trvel. MIr. Wimpole anl family have vi.ited all tile principal placee in Great Britian during their holiday, alf also other placee of m portanc o au the Conetinent. Tile facilitife for tavelling are no" m great, remarked Ir. Wimpole to a member of our staff, that it is really nothintig th gt front England to Paris, Berlin, Homeue,lirn, Miunich, an'd other great plcea it Ell?unpe. Mr. Wim Iolde aysp that Melbournte will complare iti the imain very favomer.ttle oifit. the capitals of European eountrie, andt the only imatter in which we are really behind is that important one upon whlich the pub lic Lhealth o uch Ichdeteiid.-the ve...
ST. KILDA TRADESMEN'S CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 12 January 1889
ST. KILDA TRADESMEN'S CLUB. Owillg th the "Hailpay"' bhillg uable to obtain a ground, the first elevoa match had tol?e ncullod on Thuralny.. The second olhyen played ol the St. Kihla ground ogainot the South Molelbourn e t which re aulted in a wi for the Scooth. The *core4 were. South Melbourne 10i4, St. Kihla 47. On MIonday evoening ext a general meeting of the club will thke pl?oe at the George Hotel to arrange mnattorsin connection with the annual excursion. A full attenlldance of membert'ir reque~ted.
MUNICIPAL NEWS. MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 12 January 1889
MUNICIPAL NEWS. MALVERBN SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary meeting of the Malvcrn shire council was held on Tuchday night when all thie councillors were prcecnt ex ctpt Cr. Clarke, the I'reuident. Tilhe correpondlence in the main was of no public importance, although it was voluminous. A letter was receivedi from tihe St. Kilda council sugge~ting that a conference of tile local councils shllould bhe held i onrdelr to formulate sone shelleme for the treatment of typhoid patienllts. The council at onc fell in with the idca, and the prenident and Cr. llcnson were appoint ed .dclegatet to attend. The only other important letter was~ received from the Fire Ilnsurance Association. Theynasked that Suplceritelndent Stein shouhll be h?ranted the sole control of the fire: plugs in tihesnhire, and to lave thle eonmnd of the ,local lrobrigade in the cvelit f n fire ocurring in the district. 'lThe muttecr wcs postponed for a fortnight for conIhler alien. The registration of dairies waon referred to by...
LEGAL BREVITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 12 January 1889
LEGAL BREVITIES. -4- A bill laltedl on Suoray is voill. A bill obtlialol by fraud, or from oue intoxicatedl, i void. If a bill Ib lost or stolen, it dos slot release thle mnaker; he must pay it. An endorser is exemnpt fom liability, if not servel with notice of its ldishlllor with il 24 hodrs of its nlon-payment. Bills bear intenrst only when so dlated. Principals are relsponsible for their agent. Each inodivildal in p:tartler.hip is rrpon sible for the whole amount of the ilebti of the trio. A verbal eotnract for eroue laln one yeRr Ilvoid. Ignorance of the larw excust Il o one. It is a friud to olllcal na Ipsud. Iti i llegaltoel to .mnp.rrll. feloiy. Tile law atmpels nr olyr to r inlmpri bilities. An. agKaelorult withlrt counrsideratilr iv \roil. Siginatureru ol r lied cll are geod g In lan A rocipt for nloev is no?t legally coq?-. elusive, . 74e uct? of quy "pI)rtlyer itpiI, all tile otber . . O ?rityraot nottl on runday eannot be ed?,rl.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 12 January 1889
WE il alppreciate tlhe significlrne of the old proverb which tells of the dan ger of having too many irons io the tire. Abundant evidences of its truth are being daily Smet with. Even men possessing greot and genuine "organis ing " o-m =am=-+:- - --.. .I.-k ..V.w than lloy can successfully oecomnslish, lbut it mIore frequently occurs that men who think they are compietent sand who think they are "preiier organisers," nmake thelse unsubstantial attempts. The result invariably is yetanother illustra tiou of that "vaulting ambition" which, as SIIHaoESP.?.tE soys, "dothl o'er leap itself." and comes to comnplete .ol ignominsious disaster. Min. SrEs, tile president of the JMelbourne atsd Subur ban Fire Brigades' Association, and superintendent of the Insurance Colsm panics' Brigade, is enrdeavouring to coerce tile suburban munoicipalities into giving him or Iris deputy sole control of the fire piugs and the suprerme com-r mand at all fires in thle respeetive districts. Ms. STix is eviden...