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AUCTION SALE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
AUiioN SALE NOTicES esnras. C. J. ,i Ham (the Mereantile, tiriuane. Trustees a"?d Agncti'ef C?.) 'will sdl on Saturda next, several valuable pro. kerties, c? mprlanp g baner alnd sigil tntial sies lat St: Klld, n?erthe thtm afetiarinhr! TIhis ale oIffes :rare ilducceicnis pulr ,hiret.'r. • . . .'&lt;;,. chaser s··: 3'. L. C. Wilkl;,aon will ell on ?bllany nent, at 11 an.m, on the premisea , Jackaff street, near terminia" St. Klhla, na upenrior lot lof houneholhl furilare and. affclct, in claina?a valuablel piano, by Secied?~ny r ind sohn. - Mr. G, Vale Jialton anaiiUglgi the?se at 'alrialele treehoald ltrtpertyln ?maame clal-ro:iil; Priliren, to 'tkibe ldace' rit.'li narly d ote. ' ' ' : Mestre. Doaglles, Unre and Chapinan 'n anhbed for SituredaJ ane-xt, ant, p.m., on tiro pieralte, "S elleelny," Irklynd arenet St. KItldn, anu elegnt brick villa, contain rig l?nle room. . :' Messrs. E. J. ixan anll Son, drilnou iea a. snale of furniture at 4 'ancnneravlll? trneece, St.. ?ild...
LOCAL INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
SLQOCAL INSOLVENTS. Williamn I~renry Witll. of Shplototr eet; Sooith Yarr, geotleman. Cooo- (nability to r?cn;oli:.hrls ieal'a.tat,?. Ilb?ilits, £l,91i f . In d ;d aoeto tEu,80i 18n 2d4 .r.. ,, .£1889 i .o . M oi r... nhn, Richard Rildgill, of Ilrighton-ro l, St. Kilt ti iumber. ous-Los nhiirniness 'in~rugh p?oa le pf ncur,nbtit.~6f p5oltryf ,r~nilrtenrptoytnontncn, root ndoorao~;rroletict in tint poliet preat. ,,~J~nb11~ei t;%6'~ lsr.;' a.-bir, 10"; doiFticy, £34 14s..' M?"r Jaeomb, a?hgnen. "
AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
AS WE GO TO PRESS. Our.lssule of Wod endlay conouintld an nuuuly large qlnudult of.rcdngll'Ug \Adter, inclueldipo a~lt 12 columns of electiol :j*?, ;doriip~lding lsrralsl reports of tlhe upoech? of Mr. George Turner and Mr. F. Teullett, and aloil the' latest purticulara con crnlng the electlons. A full report of the Masonic Church l'~estitdal wslalro giveu, in which the lnames.of tho whole of the brothren who took part iu the procession were ??tltlished., 1The rdsultt':ibi .rb ry *lard'lulou fpupcro. .'Thit u!peciul effort dc ur li'it thi ledu geiemllaltluplu'&del iy tile riembers of the mystic craft. 'iOn ie 'sdiiplementaiy lortfoi (pnge 5) of to-eiv'e iscoo will ie fotnd arious re toIrts of inteiest. incluting seveial temrs ,liscussedatlthe last mcetitg oflthe Prahura council. It will be seen hy our report of a meet dig'ofthe SphiigValc nudel..Wcvrleyluund Compuny,ticeld et Pi. ran?on "Vued?ndlay, that the laund hoom bas had the effect of lisibn ga'- tttltl i chbli?n "/amo...
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 — 2 March 1889
.4.- A REOEAROKASLE CASE. ----4-- - Under tho above hetlin the Doneotir eritrot, sf Jly 06th, 1007. olltto8 totfollotingt i ts Our readers may recacll the eircumstances of a young clerk, named Arlllthur Riibholt, falliog iosetsible oel tile Wthottlcy LJaeO itt this town some time ago, nod boing pieketl olft, ts h continued ferfo.ctty holplwo, anti tahkotfn-t" cob by two gontlemtell to tito ofice of F. W. ishor, oEsq., the tolicitor who omployS d him. On restoring him to cooociooottls it tts. oroodinol:ll h "fhlictct" with wat seemed to h an incur able disooeasc. When he wto hable to spetk lie alld he had been to his dinner and was on his way bckt to Itis wprk, tlltn sof tcfy his lhod ttas in i ttlirl tnti he fell tl tile street like a tman who is knocked down. Ott ooming to bit tonets it Ott Eolicitor'o ofice he tlltoghtt wiot, i tlls tttlgttt tttooot, ontt itereoltie i ntt golng to fioi.te t tt of illness, wllieh wre all know is a very dread oul tllitg for st poor manlt with a fami...
THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. THE ELECTORATE OF SOUTH YARRA. MR. JOSEPH HARRIS AT THE SOUTH YARRA CLUB HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
TiHE-PAR.I-AMFNTrARY;; " , - ELEiTIONS:. " ------ 'lTHE ELECTORATE OF SOUTH bH IRI. MR. rJOSEPHHARRIS AT THE SOUTH S·: ARA y :CLrUB HOTEL. -'.: *Aimeeting ot thneabptorte6of Mr oSeph Hrris e a hold Bni.Th.unktiy ovening, at. the South Ya'rra Olub hnotl;l; Mr W. Fuller in th chnir. " er Harris expressed pleasure at witness thgicds first meetlng ;hbusointe etf whicj) wB ora preliminnary n ie, he had not n?io ticipatecd meeting so many friends. Hlie in tended gojnF to tlh pll aend had no dlesim to,b rodliavc-d thidticatseep rceUmtiwi of the district as long as he could be of nervice to the remidcnis. Tie Coalitign pans everacm excellent bills. With reopect to the futdir''littld-coldbla l."TlihenfE isterialJ3enches might be occupied by a phrty gortnirment, or proposals might be nmolbdataL-proaentcouildnot..boospokenb on with certainty.. The siitu r' eeoolitnon of tlic eity on.otnibnAo'reqmi'rcedn?m nre mpt a , effect oal.,mne .isiing~adpp. tcldtesteure r inaliriveli t. .HelH hiad Gnot c...
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. 1. IP any person orders hit paper to be dtiscoitinel, he l mut first pay all arr~ear or the publisher tay contiaue to Send tuatil paymceat is nadec, and thea collect tle whole amount. whthrl thet paper is t?akLe from the oftiee o n. 2. Thie court? ?~ ' dccldcdrthnt rcfusing to take newspaperls and peri&icea ftomn the post-ollicc, or rc movingandalteaving them uanetalled for, is primafaoic evidenc of intentionaltl fnrald.
USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
'USEFUL 'HINTS. - -t Biuy your ehque-book with the stampo imprclesse d. Never 'sign anything with'out looking first to see if it behproperly stamped. lteunmmbdr th' fiikt lierro' wlid exrcutes anyl instrument is resposible for allixtig and cancelling the stamp, I)o not forget tlit the date, tS well aSU th initial or signature; nmout be wr?i?tthono thu stamp. lave all your printedl receipts stamped ready for use. LeItlrs urnohioolging pmhiio Wait ny sut of £5 or over by dImft or cheque must poy duty. ' Pe'unalties imo .Le recoveted summarily before two juostice.,andu thle S iter may allow a portin of uthe amounut to go to an ififormer. , .? Look coreIflllty aotyor deeo s OnQ.urror may itvatlidate ao importunt teonuoetion. If sevrcal;cansideationls ar e-xpressed in one docunelt , you imust ohj on each separately. 1)tu ot let bills run too long : keep them outlir it.
STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
STAMP DUTIES. A il. stamp is sufoficiet for all chequeo, no matter what the amolnt dt?rw mnay be; but in the case of billt of exchange and promissory notes, the dttie, are to be rege lated accordig to the 'value of the docu iellt, as follows:- Not exrceeding £23 ... ... id. Exceedintg £25, and not exceed-L itg £S50 ... ... ...to. Exceedint g £50, and not excced ing £75 ..: ... 1. td. Ehxectding £75, and not exceed /- ing £100 .. " ... ..?'. "2?;' Where it exceeds £100 the fee will tthen be calculated at the rato of It.dor evey £50 aovre tt mi-amonaia 6r-rctibnalot ht of £00.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
D/pef anciClothlers. 1I-~ , F "i- - · ;""= '::'? ; v.t. -:?% ''.???. Manchester, ~wtaio t'N*pkio, ,t h Extraordinary Bargaihns. jo0; 0 0.,:isr '"'0000 Dresses. .: , i t . . : . ' " ; ; • do t ld h soo, snt., o o obro Coohmooe,,l (oorth Zr lId), "'tuffs, from 3.. lid, do to.ot,ibtyPoo ee Mood Silds &. . Must be Sold. Fancy. t, ots loote totoul .... i, o 'w~to,?; titbixmn, from. tht ; lot t.Chhto Sil lToondktrchoef', lolIl :.]'mbroidertio from ld to lhd; Lace" oll'r, o ow lotndle Umbrolos. IlIiH to'a . Haberdashery. act, Too, ILeat et 1t ? Btiootso from oot oroho'0 Woo fair l trttoho-o -to- t Pot rlattr fro Cd, Purses Bags Fanls a Buttons. tot l .ler r, atto tHlo tre' Clear: at? Half Price. :" ... Hosiery and Gloves. farom ihtl*' iri'so n Summ erl. .HoViy, toa til (specoot) >; *J~oSitto H'oo,'c GlovM, Gl; Kid.nld Fabric Olores, in. all lengths. ...... Gei. uine Reductions.. .Mantles.: (ariotal"'it,-om.-3.~dIld; .Jorsy's, from Is-lld to 12s Gd ; Ladies' Dust Cloaks tfoo isol...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
·€i?....,TIIALABIA. .i.' .... , I,.i Clm! Subscdribel. £1,2 ,000. ..' , ":, - ,: ,f: pa~d-up,1£1,@O,O00.?T; L ... • ade., ,~ deFMgd F unds,.£. :0 .:. I ?,: .. rr 9 Lialdljty of 8 eklaen al.oo.: pRAHNiAN DRANCH- iN rBTi ALLO~E ON IDEPOS pG Dmstlo Mua ow a nr ln.di rlann, Scoland; am oot tha World., ". lt "" HE NIATIONlAiBMK OF AUSHTALABRh.S ::(?al tnl Bu mocrihwd, i1.5 0.' Re svo Lin"ility aorolvra, £1,500,000. ST. KILDJ hCH. Conier of Hligh-stii t hsid Yllingho-stetc t. Cspoi t.'l 855150 nrc~rll.5 01, 55 0 ,005. Il~r~ta I~led on England. IrelndJ SenUtld,tu ald •b th?Bulsra rxllc~lv a!?d-·Ageneie thro~ll~ont( ., rA.ld 5prb.0o.oO,0 . i ATIe)Ad AnKs 70..' "U A -10e 515L Eb[ ty of Shs1ll der,£1,50 ,0@0, P: , ADCalAN Stret.SO."CH-• ...GEORGE IIOBEB'T N, Manager. Inl rpornted" y At' of ouncil. C *pist. 01,, ois5, t4,M .h.' . -, ni ..t ONEt~tes. DraOts 111d o MOrh. Brita0in nd t5so Solson eO WS . G. . OW, D .aAer. Esm~aba~lrn tsspid Ic~d. holssd, d 11105, s Ohs 55505 5550r' 55500ll 505 515...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
W r are pleased to observe that the targc mhjority of Parliameoninr? candi idaites for the Prabhran, St. Kildao and :South Yarra electorates are opposed to the opening of public houses .for.even limited hours on Sunday. . It is an oopen secret that the rxisting law,.which re quohes liccnsed ; ic'touters to ciose their establishments from hIalf-past eleven e'tloek on SatrdaSy night till sis o'clotocko ',xu,,m?.oum rning, is violated on0e a week w'ith an impuderit s"l, ... ity, notwithstanding the-extroordinary licav'penalties:rthitch thie jiddges and magistrates are empowored to iotlict ups corviicted .delinqurnats . It.. is ostoisiofin~ thot suits oi oope oitid eon tislal violatiot ,of ? very righteous law unsfrequently preselit their biclis to the ;oildionsls oFeldero , oid sain klnawing ly with their eyes in an opposite dtiree tion. At th?' Prrirci ip>olice'coirlt tiast Msonday, five loenl plblictns were coil icted, upolmn the evidence of Consttble Evss, of So!nday tradi!g; oan...
BAD STATE OF UNION, CHAPEL AND BOWLING GREEN STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
BAD STATE OF UNIdN, ;CHAPEL AND BOWLING GREEN SSTREETS. ..... / Cr. Beatty, at the meoting of the Pmrahran council on M?ondtiy oven ihg, referrod to the condition of the above stroots. There had boon a heap of rubbish, he said, standing in Bo*lingGreeoittroot for.the p~to six months, and a severo huggy accident had occurred here re recently in conseoquenco... Chapel atroot was in a bad state in some ports, and in.Union-street that oven ing, at tihe railway crooing the stench was domothihg irightful. The surveyor said the works in pro gross in these streets, which woro the cause of.Cr. Boaetty's complaints, w'ould soon bh ecomplotd, wheb theo nuisances would disappear.
THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. THE LATEST ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
THE .PARLI4MENTARY ELEC TIONS. THI LATEST ITIMS. We are requested by Mr. W. II. Looker, cttrning otlleer; for'the El?steri Sub.lnrl | elcctoraltetleti attheL illoftiint pl-ling laccs have been appointedl by the Governt ulent, viz.:-At Camberwell for the liurnontnl r ..liviiou ; .Callftelhl.,Eait fnr thei Canlfiell East division; Kecv for the I lew dirioi n lncd ,,MaeyecErn.J ne. Tor.t!he Mr!YWolfe Filnk"',iiliilrAcl 'i tiettlng:of the electors of. tlle Eantcern -Suburbs at tihe Shire tall, 3plvernit Tll.dnay even A TCepot of hi adnldre is publishel in TheI report which we wcen enabled to publish on Wednesdnay reganlinig tIe meete ing hell at Prnhmn oni Monday night for the iu'rpj".uqf T'miug it-UlmtulTenper ianitelfeiea'c ASneitit' &, sietei flie Arietle of eanldlidltte fatvoring tie viewn held by weial reforlrllel, Ins c;lan 1 ? idl· s sl0 in thle various political canpt. ~t! e council, which in determhled to exert itself ilL.the ,ciiteL.--tin ec? n l.crctn ona formedn lat ...
THE PICNIC BOOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
THE PICNIC BOOM. Tihe. proposed-municipal marine ercursion came under the notice of the Prahran coudcil last M?oidnay evening, when it was decidel to join in the movement. , It has been pro posed to engage a first-class oexcur sion steamer to convey a select party of counceillors, ex.councilors, and mruiicipdi offi~ors to Shnadpp6r Pdint on Friday, 22nd March. Or. Jeans, ti?he mayor of St. Kilda, lhas been appointed president of tlhecolamittee; Or. Osment, mayor of Prahran, is a vice-prceident, and Mo[esrs Albert L. Ely, town clerk (lPrahran), and SEllii; ebhireJecretary (Malvern), are membolcrs of committee, so that these districts are well irepresenterd. In future this picnic,. which is to be an annual affair, will be held on the 26thianuary(Cetentnnial Day), which is a municipal holiday.
THE ROSSTOWN AND MURRUMBEENA LAND COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
TiIE 'nROS'sOWv/S " AXNI) stUItUx- S-HIBEI?NA LAND COMPANY. above company, ljounlcled from tilthe 12th i',rulary, wa-s held oni Tuesday last, at the. City Ilank hall, Melbeurne, for the irpose it e:asidering.a ,rcrtuprtt ughtt up by . eommlittee of inquiry relathlg to the affairs of tile company. There was a largdiittcnlld nule of shareholders, and Mr. Ilhobert Ilglis, i.P., occupied the chair. The copemiittee If inquirty, which had ar .. poijtted.atlt /e ti ciee ioudietlg. wa' colmi"o·ed' of 3trr. OCanaglt, W. T?rali, ,. G. Bahlock, A. Stewart, and It. Mr. II. Oslcent ireellted the repcort of the committee, which set fortllh that the. ceommittee had waited Ulpon Messrs. lm.l%? 'ia u ;l Piraniolicitg|ns?, Otg fly0ou9t particulars concerning a IpropeWrty near tlsternwick, which had been ILerei.naed by tile company ftirim Ai3r.:R: 'lefAMvll.,Thely' faoual that in 1883l it was veSted in tlhe hIlandrs of r. G. . Taylor, and afterwards in 1883 it was in the hands of Mr. I. M'Aliatieclr T...
THE MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
THE ,,MUNICIPAL OFFICERS. At tho Pralurui council on Monday evwning the report of the special com. mitten redistributing the municipal uileei and classifying the several oficials wasn considered. A discussion ·took place with regard to the ' pro 'iotion ' of the inspector. r. rRider uinder the old system had a salary jiial to £300. He was "promoted" by the special committee to extra ~dpies[ t h id 6 _th ' lia 6f7o£250 per annum. It wos explained b5 the mayor and other councillors that Mr. lhder lulld been obtaining 25 per cent., on market dusi, anad as the market was to boleaseid shortly this source of remuneration to 'Mr. Rider would have, ceased in amy cac. .''lhis.was considered by the committee, it was stated, in fixing the salary at £250 instead of £300. It.had, howeyer, been resolved by the. committee since the,report mwas printed' to give' Mr. Rider 10 pior cent. on the dog rates, which would fetlch the salary up to the former amoint. Thoreport, with this addition, was adopte...
WORTH BEARING IN MIND. FORTUNES IN PRINTERS' INK. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
WORTH BEARING IN.MIND. FORTUNES'C Id PINTE?IlS' INK. SDon't expect an advertisement to bear fruit in one night. l irea inil or fitf f of tnnhumna life, atot aulvertising is the ktaff of busiotu. m You can't eatl enough in a lee to last a 3ear, and you ainld hdviertise on that plan either, A thing worth dolng is iorth doing rtell. A tting wortle advirtasriofg is'orth ailenrtising well. I ThIe elterprising'alavertiser prove. tlnt de Inoierstan d hOw to buiu, bleeuse iun "h vertising lie iknows howi to sell. If you ean arouse cuniosity by an adver tilemennt, it is a point gained. Tile fair ex don't Iholl all the curiosity ill the world. . ; leople who advertise once only inl three Imonuths forget that nmost folks cannot re mtlember anything nger thalln three diys. Qottting avcrtisingiiig i l ull ti is like tearing out a dat becnause water Is low. Iitier plan will pmrvenit good ltitmes from coming. IA consntat drolipieg will wear a rock. Keep dropping your advertisements on the ptblire ...
OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. QUINQUAGESIMA SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. TO.MORlOWv'S SERVICES. trJcUiQAGrcbna stuSDAT. lThle prcahe* in tlh undermecntiided locl chnrchn e tomorrow are.asfollows: ALL SAINTH'.CtlURHt wt. rKilda -- orn ing anld evelnln--, J. S anlcy.],ow.,J~; v&?lngi Roy Canlon ST. GEOII(I|E'f PRI'IItSYTER|?.N" C[IIUCI["I" Cnimt Cartmn, St. Kl h i ta-Mornielgi J.Stitiy.Loo. eivvrrinlg, 11ev. tatror Kant tttKiid-..lovstrim nn vning, liny. J. tinrdh .tIacklen ST. MAITIN 'CI(IURnOI, tlnwknburn Strnhingnd erving-... " ST. (EoRGEO 8 CIIURoH MalwSIovrr,- n ng nLod evevdoig, tyv., C J.. Godby, InonRnIAN 'IAPTIST CIURveHi Cvll PInro. --Muoroing, lIr. J. S. Wood,; ovenlng, h)r. Simpson FirtIL . ...I Soot Ir'r?.imn - Mrninlig 1 ev.",". SLockvood; evening, ReI. -A. IogeS IPAI n nrn Coxo(;nE ArroNOr" .. Onueac Mh'licr mr?el cv. Oi . C0 la nnd Wll pi'?cli loomi ng and evcning.