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CR. PILLEY, J.P., CHARGED WITH CRIMINAL LIBEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
CR. PILLEY, J.P., CHARGED WITH QRIMINAL LIBEL. At-the St. Kilda Police Court yt4etenlay," before M3esrs Jeans (clmirmoa), Turner, Noonan,.allderson, Ellerkcr, andl Jennings, a charge of unlawfully, wickedly, and mnliciously writing nIl publishing a false, scanlalous, malicious, an dlcfamnatory libel: in the form of a letter, was prcferiedf' agaiost Cr. Gcoige' Pilloy, 'J.I'., oy iib' brother, Williain Pilley, .reectly? rrived> : froa Enlgland.' The letter in. qtuontion waR allegel to have been written by Cr. Georgeo' l'illey to his brother, Jseolh Pilley, residclit i, Eogland,sonoeteu ycar agoe. Thle lcter complained of is as follows : Ilavenoamurt, tl?eUo.otreo, . Eagst.E KildA. .4Deoua Boruoe,-In anoarr it yoatteelor tof the Mth July, I mutt not fttt, in the.lrat plee, to say I should hVe answeread your formetr ltter ht youe not sila Mr. OroStowa wouldawrtll full I?rtlutlarmi this I have never rocloed. Now'liohaBn ser to your last, I'will 'lit aby' oaluo ceither oa my hrodtheos...
[TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
Bir-At a melt!tg of thLe obve com cnay, held at Normanby Chamhe~ Meellourneon February 14th, dtrceoliitioli was pasaed appoittting live sharehtlders a4 a committee for thlce purc se tof fscrttaigint the sttitloc othuleompany mith, reorc tc the purcmase of ie propertic, at whict meeting we, the untlertiguecd, volunteereU h6oi?st' tltt mind: coititiecl fi~istlifng books, voupherm,,'eontraoets, 'c., for, theri inspection, and..generally to give every; information possible. The .meetiig thene ndjourned until Welncsdayf lll 27tll, • "feruary, atth.?a ul?or elite, Prrahmn i,T?b?o prsct swtm noi 4,rIrent cat the first meeting, yoet,. mpart appeared in thle Ayeo of the nex-day, nd alsoi in tlie ,'rahran ti'elegrapjk, which didl tot faitrl representlhlic 'dit?iset ?u?i h'li: todk i ,lNc, and brought our ale?tI!elto undue pcroi=i ptien.O9A¶ yocr lrcplnlsenttatbvc s 550r lceon t l?tthi adjourn.lomtn tin c.aonl'owbs asmen ceetlngs, we thinkjlts only fair to our solves to asl yo'l. to lace befhr...
[?]ND BOOM RESULTS. [?]ING VALE AND WAVERLEY LAND COMPANY. [?]OCAL MEN AT VARIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
D BOOM'"IESULTS. IlNG VALE AND W'AVERLEY , LAND CO IPANY. OCAL MO AT ViRIANCE. : adjournl meeting of the shnrelholder Spring-vale and Waverley Laud fy ae held at't R~eyi George Prahran, on Wednesday after - .r hhbcrt Inglis,' J.P., "o'ccupi?l sir; end there were also preent Thomas Inglise, Anderson, ftrick i..Iorris Joies, G.O, T. ;Williams, ixon, William Inglias, John Shaw, s:C.'fltg c . YeoAl.n , W. H. : iote, W. D. Evens, HN 3ooMle,d eter, J. Bencnett, J; Parry, and W. .itt. ncmittee coneisting of Messm. Cuei i Shaw, Hewitt, Dixon, nnd Ellrkcer ca ppointcd: t.a previousc meeting etigate the hieitir of the company. T. Cummilgs read the report of the ittce a folldowso:-'.The ,cdminlitce tedb.the mectling..of _tlthepring. ntd Waverly Laetnd Companey, hield at, ce of .Memu bvjeies, Irice, aed n, on Thursday, 14tle nt., for.the f of~nquirifeg into thle affaicr of.he ny, end'i's ieeiecss , d etame le'lc heg to report '-lit, thalnt inc eing thq 6olce ef tiule cempeney yurr itee fon't'd ...
ST. KILDA ELECTORATE. MR. MURRAY SMITH'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
ST. KILDA ELECTORATE.l ; : . ---+---: . Mr, irbUiiAY .SMITH'S ADDIORESS. Last Tulesday, eveaing Mr. ItR Murray Smith, one of the candidate.s for St. Kililn, addre-sed a e meettilg of electors at the townhanl. ,Dr. Embnling presided, amn there wasnia crowded attendance . Mr,. Murray Smith, who wb.as well re ceived ottn ising, referred 'to his pretious political connectioa witli St.. Rklda, and felt jusotfieo iti gtltit .ioming't forwardt for Ilis old, conotituency, especially as there olesired orly a foor fiethl tt no fovohr, oato oskle the 'electore t( l.decide fairly ailn omiaritltilly.'bettvetn" all the :candiliates' tariots clainls, elccting whlootoever they *onsidered rle-t. ? ?xt regrd tol coalitiont, S.thought tl wot politioal pIartics hnl retlitel that there was 'tb' futndamettal lifference between t thelm;. andl, grainted that they were LJoti honestly and consis tently seeking 'hi .:itronitq'tle 'te welfare of the caontry, tthere "coulot be noroote i objection to their cooal...
MR. S. L. CHAPMAN BEFORE THE ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
MR. S. L. CHAPMAN B1EFORE THE ELECTORS. Oi Molnday evening nlas?tacrowdl meet. illg of clectors was helld at the schoolroom, Millswyn-strcet, South Yarrm, to hear the ~iews of lIr. S. Olhapmnan...The noom.was .not nearly large enoughlto naccomnmoldate all thoi who attleedel, and many crowded roundl the dloors and windUows. Dr. Barclay Tteomnv was to lane presidedrl -bute hi abeence ewa unavoidablo, and Mr. Dealaim, lho vwas votedl to the clair, asked forn fair adnii limilparttal lharing for t e aindil. ale. '1Mr. Chanlmai u aid it wasn an imnportant ilty theyl had metto perform tllhat night, aed tleegh'ho mhiglht:nt' be knlhiee to nall prrsent, he might state that he thad livey , alniDg!t. than fer .8.,ygo ,;.: his mone .had 'becn hmide amoSest' thlum, anld lee i?ilteikl to spie itil.:amongsn t them. tiHhadejstlet acolitmeetinvolvhlg severml thlunnele 'of lincleu;, .t n'loean contractor. I[e blevcld in mnembere haviigastakeo.in the colntituency which tley reprcuseutcl. Their preneut...
CONCERT AT PRAHRAN. ALL SAINTS' CHURCH UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
CONCERT AT PRAHRAN. '' AL SAINTS' CHURCH UN?ON;, ,O' Tues-day evc.rlg aen ljovable concrt was given in the Prahrn town-hall uindTr the auspice of the above onciety, owhich ias f;airln, sucrce~sful in point of nunhbei8; aod eminently suce~nfully financrialnl. Tih itemh on! the protgramme were. orcdit ably give, and ihe . performers were acconleda good reception. The best num bowr were those contributedl'.by B liss Stewart aill Misa WVilliams, the former recitiog. in splendid style Brete Harte'sa poem "Our Folks," for which she recei'ed 'an enthusiastic encore, a`il respomdiji y receiting the well-lknown sporting piidc ".How we beat the favorito"-in such a manner that didi the lady credit. . Miss Williams nappeared to adlvantagein lhei?6ng en;titleil "The song that reachebd my hmort," anl considering the juvenality of the per formenr the applause whichlfollowed wan quite meritiel, aend a still gre-ter apprecin tion was shown to thle rendition of "True Hearts" in response. Mr. Edwin Sm...
A TEMPERANCE CANDIDATE WANTED. [TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
SA TIMI'Er?ANC OANDIDATE ..WANTED. --~-+- . TO TIo E EDITOR.] Sit,--The Parliamentary .electilons are ionw drawing very near, and yet we hane not what wec can: call a "tempemnllc can liihite " in tlhe field. Whereardn U ith vrarions ocieties whch. uphohld:this very.:importaant qoestimtl! Arn they not going to try andl plt forward a candidate? TTimu churheh .eem to lave no voitc in the elections at Prahnmlin. Am they going to allow. a man tb be tnturned to Parlament iWithout their opposition,. who in in favor of opeling tihe Ltblic libnruiq eta!pn Sundany, anlallow ing intoxicatitg liquor to bem sold on tlat Lday. If they mean busiino,' I think it very neart time they made a stittln this mlatter. loping'the tempennirce society, which is nw'holing meeti ngs, Will cndeaa your to *lsend a man illto Ptrlimnrllt who it agaitet 'all thene Sabath-breaking i?ple ooree, I am, A BIeLIEVER I THE' IAnBATrIr College ihwn, Marcje 1.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
. ' THURSDAY, FEBRUA?Y 28. Beforet a 3isrs. Ailey, :P.M.. (chairman), Ostrent, Sykes, Michell;Hornblower nnd Filday, J's.P. SHOPS AND FACTORIES ACT.-Mesisrs. Chas Taff, William Wright, Evansr Bros, and John Symonds, local grocers iii wine and spirit merchants, were summohed under the.provrisidns of the Shops andll Factoriesa Act for selling goods, namelj liiquor, after hloua., Mr. Glllott raisep the..contention for tile defence that rldefeldannta couli sell from ie'ven in the morning uatiil 11.30 'at night, in conformity with their wine and rlrtcr'inerchaas lieenes. The bench.nip held this contention, and dismissed allithe cases. LAnCENY AS A BAILEE.--Reorge Waite wIS charged with selling a eO value £4fl t10s. the property of iMr. Murphy, of Punt mrad, and appropriating tihe money. He ias sent to gaol for one month; .. :'ASSAULTINr A GUARD.-The Rlailway Commincsiorers summonied a manhnAnied B. G.Wheatlandl, for assaultng a guard at the South Yarrmi station, on leing requested not to...
EASTERN SUBURBS ELECTORATE. MR. WOLFE FINK AT MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
EASTERN SUBURBS ELECTORATE. MH. WOLFE FINIK AT. IMALVERN.. Mr. Fink addressed a meting at the shire hall, Malvera, on Tuasday cvcring last. Mr. A. E. Clarke, the president of tihe Flhire, iainitrdulcineg'tl csandidate, .id itaffoaled him much pleasure to prleside over Mr. Fiik'.lfralt mieeting. lie hal known thie eandilate many yearn as a talented lanll, aild in evers wan raitable to represcnt tihe Eastern Suburbs electoantc. Mr. Fink slaidl-fr. btiairtnan rind gearn; tlemen. I iatro~luciag mysnelf to you as a candidate for .your suffragen, it gives nme mnuch pleasure to klnow tlhat I amnl oplposing oe old menb.her It has beren aid that three are no .burninlg qruestions to occupy partiren at tihe 'present time; but I take leave to say that some very gravequestions nare coming forwaird jlust now, which mustn be colsidereld by the next Parliament. All who read the papers will regret thae nany sceire thlat have ldisgraced thei Legislative chamberdaringthe Inast searion, and I think th:...
OUR BI-WEEKLY SERIES. NEWSPAPER AMENITIES. [?]S OTHERS SEE US. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
UR BI-WEEKLY SERIES. NEWSPAPER AMENITIES. S OTHERS SEE US. addition to thle inlmerous press notices fy published ill reereuce to.thlrd:re hanget in this journal, the following ly criticlstms are extractedt from our nd l tempomrieo :-? -: ' :' eoira Independent.--" Te paper is Minte,and'the readring matterggter sof an interesting and racy clharcter, ing evidnce of spirited managemc;it.' Ke Jlercur.-'-* . . In lget ao oaderful improvemenet on the ohl mtre free Prete.--" . has mtcht improved in npp;rrace, e hrve little doubt, undesr the precsut l management, the inew departure ree a success." e-" . . . The energy anid ex-:' re of its nlading light i suflicient to ie for it an even intoreosucessful roecro new etyle thtan it had dtring.its jirei thirty yro' existelc.. Itso person.nl. te is decidedly attrctive, oll an s hbin? the qeulitie. hof. a famnilyoianod paper, we maty pIredict a bigfuturo for t is thie first suburban bi-vweekly over shie in the colonies"." SMildura Cultirlator.--"T...
THE TOORAK TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
TO?RK TRAIdWA. 1 inconvenionce attaching to present mothod of working the k tram cars occupied the at on of the Prahroan council on day ovening. Cr. Fullor, to re past mistalteos, moved that the oil invite the Tramway trust the Tramway company to coni the deeirability of running the ak cars as far" as Park-otroot,' ,ing aturnout in Toorak-road, of that street, thus afford he necessary accommodation to sidents of Toorak as effectually y any siding in Toorak-road, of the railway. This resolution seconded by Cr. Ingl;s, and ed. The following letter from on, W. A. Zeal upon the sub a received; thle hen. gentleman o informed of the action taken he council, and the letter to be ed to the legislative committee eport-: idosiro to bring under the C of the council the very un factory maunor in which the . and O. Co. are now working oorak branch of the tramway co. For the purpose of explain ,y views I enclose a copy of Act 765, under which the company .s on its business. As the .k branch is at...
PRAHRAN VALUATION APPEALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
PREHRAN VALUATION AP PEALS. At the Pbrhran council on Mon day evening, a letter was read and received from Mr. B. C. Harritman, secretary of the Crown Law Depart mont, in connection' with tib ubove subject, informing thile council, by direction of the Minister of Justice, that he has afforded justices of the peaceo, named in a resolution of the councile, an oDbritityio6 report ing on the matter forhis information, but as the matter was still.aubja?ice, Mr. Cuthbert did not feel at liberty tb take any:.actioe, at present. r. Adtors6h; ' bi: of theW alutrs, :'rulsd. wrote saying that propbrty had boee sold for.prices :above tho.valuations; which he considered put the council ini a very good position in regard to the appeals to he heard at the Geon eral Sessions. Te of? the inapplieants snt communications-Mrl~. J. H IMurphy and.Mr.·J. ii. Olouglh-tho formor complaining that ho had no legal service, and the latter wishing to know the date upon which the ippeals would be hoard. The coun ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
loua1's Oitment alnd Pills--Out. innittii-Before thie discovery of relitesn mny rlsce of sores, ulcrs, It ltrnononrel to toe incumble, Ir t Irtncrt pursued tendled to the Ilrngtlh it wan incompetent to tdto c oyoppmte tha symptoms dnguntvto remove. 1Hollowny's It iemot w?holso n l roru r over a lthy lmi anti skln, witroutt Sth patient from fresll air and Pndl tilt~i tits coustitutlonnM vigior 3l t wle th e most' ,mBlumt alni, al skin tisctser:anro I c ir. B1oth Ontme nt anlld Pitls. l?I riohe nhd purer, istteat of 0i to all tlio tlnt j'qor..a.t taLte H fatal to many. labotillog Cronic uic.0raons. . +, Itl'n Pow . " ,Irtnyoo Ito??, toriL, etles, mid L I Oil Cr Iit 01. t Sife Imnlera to dlometrito. aninterl. tig Bti ,:ttie suecc ss o..ot rlderlstttintmneito It tinlr 1t10'11ll e.at "n. -8cthoitrtlclt i1nlutiimflTcctui . fothl tie tine i It·l it. nl. trc, by oll chlolute. IttOFEtS Ij hL &M3iTdX~i~ E IIN € weo beg to draw attentiot to the follov ing, viz.:--£3 a year insures agai...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 2 March 1889
Births. HAMILTON.—On the 26th ult., at "Ashby," Princes-street, St. Kilda, the wife of J. C. &nbsp; Hamilton of a son. SCOTT.—On the 23rd February, at 69 York- &nbsp; street, Prahran, the wife of Willsan Scott of a &nbsp; daughter. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Death. BYRNE.—On the 28th ult., at St. Kilda, Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Hon. R. Byrrne ; aged 65 years. R.I.P. &nbsp; THE PRAHRAN TELEGRAPH &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; PUBLISHED ON WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. " FIRM and FEARLESS let us move on ; let every step of thought or work be based on TRUTH, FRIENDSHIP, JUSTICE ; so shall we leave foot- prints in the sands of time." SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1889.
SCIENTIFIC PHOTOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889
: SCIENTIFIC PHOTOGRAPHY. We hIove been shown by Mr. Packer, of the lBrooklyn studio, South Yarm,' a number .,wof lhotogemphic enlargerents.of nome of our local ncn, including yfr. Joecph ?rook. architect, alld Mr. Wybar, of Caulfield, those of MIr. 1ybdr befnog a seriec showing Highhind ixotulne, which is.pf great a,lt:, haring beta purchlsced in Scotnlld by MJr. Wytbir, seni.,n't a coa t :o 1101 guinl?e. A p"ctitureof'Mr. Will, the whiner of the All cominers' lace at the recLnt Ptthranu toolde Sin?'i exclursion; is, idllleed, a nnmaterplcce. .erer?l groupsb takca.at!, th e. grounds at itcl?ippcr . Point, ore al.o rcmalrkablly well taken. O thel wohle we have not "ocen a * Letter collectitn of plturcs in thel district, anrd must compliment: Mr." I:ckcr on his sutccess i the dircc!ion of ctccetific pho tography.
ROMAN CATHOLICS AND CRIMINAL STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889
ROMAN CATHOLICS AND CRIMINAL STATISTICS. -- We harve received a pamphllet, eltiteu! " Some Comments on Crime," being a paper recently read by B. Hoare, esq., at a meet fug of the Suelality of'the It.V.M. ata St. Patrick's College. The composition takes Sthe form of t dialoge, in efich the "other sidle" of the quelItion is shown in reg?nlrt to Mr. Hiayter's statieti', which give the Roman Catholics tt very ball pre eminence almleog~t tile lunl:alds, tihe thieves,,aned. oter olfenelrs against n t-. ciety. ' The ' pititphtlet formi interesting .rceatting, antd we very heartily cempliment the anuthor oln hi efforts in proving that even statistic, will Ieuer iuve.tigcathg; and this mIr. loeare has tIone t.' the v : tlllage of his c.rtigetigniots.
DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889
DISTRICT. NEWS. OAKLEIGR. [BROM OUt OWNU COtlESPOtOxDEcT.] Our local Cngregationaliste intendl cele brating tile anniversar of the church by a tc andl public meeting on the 20th inst. A public meeting, attended by about 40 atepayers, was held here o Tue.day night, 2tth ult. whbc it was decided to form a com mittee, to be called the Oabkliglhlmprove menut Committee. It wro resolved that they shoild:l baid together; and 'ak thie council to meet fortnightly insetad of monthly; enforce tile makinf of privte street. Ilnder the Health Act; r vilde ?btter sanitary arrangements than at presont exist ; make better roads in the town ; and take steps ill order to bring about the severanceof the town from the shire, aatl its formation into a borough. An accident occurred at the new builrli?g near the railway station, on Monday week, Ithrough.a ran flling off tlre scaffold rwhich was fortunately only about six feet high. Dr. Cutts attended the injured nianl who is recovering. The footpaths on ea...
SOCIETY OF PAINTERS AND PAPERHANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889
SOCIETY OF PAINTEIRS AND lI'AtEl HANGERS. The I'rahran branch of the above society held its usual weekly meeting at the Tele graph Hotel on Monday evening, Mr. Standing being in the chair. A large amount of iinportant blhinees was trans. acted. In reference to the local eight hours procession, it was decided to write to the different soc;elic,, asking therm to elect delegate; to work up and carry out the pro cession. It was decided to hold the half yearly social of the branch on the 18th March, on oheich date the newr nrner irill be firSt shown:
MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889
MUTUAL:'1MPROVIEMENT SOCiTY. . The first aneual de?ioist.tiathtt ill con nection with the Iligh-street, Windsor. Mutual Improvement Society, was held onl Monday eoniang, 2thult., in .the Christiant Chapel, P .ahrlan. There ,was a goo 1 at tendance, and the president, (MIr. J. Pitt man), occupied tlhechair, being supportedo on ejther.sile by the otlicers of the society. ini hits ldr-es the Chairman spoke in tcom plimentary terms of the progress made by members of the society, and, after explain ingits aims and beneficial results, called upon Mr. R. Drummond to rea? the secre tary's report for the year. This showed a good irhembership, a progressive state as to mutual i!nprovement, and a satisfactory financial position. A prtogmmte, very re presentative of the talent of the elass, was then carried out. The singing, by a~elhoir taught under the tonic solfa system, was much appreciated, notwithstanding that 'there wais no instrumental assistance; while the various other exercises-readin...
HONOURING AN ODDFELLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889
HONOURINGt AN ODI)FEIt,OW. * A very pleasat ,gathering took place at the Discpeoary tall, Cciltlbltce, P'rchrn, on Tuesday evening, 26th ult., tile ccasion tbeing the pecenotation of a frImed certi ticate to Past Grtnlld Morris. of the Loyal Good Intent, MI.U.I.O.O.'F. The presentation was matde by. lBroe.arnes, P.G.M., and the recipient respoudetd in a feeling manner. Those precent, to the number of 100, indulged in harmony, atnd drank the health of P.G. Morris, which ywas given with musical honors, all preentt beinog much pleasue with the evening' pro. ceedinpg.