Elephind.com contains 29,400 items from Prahran Telegraph, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889
Undertakers. A. E: -Atkins, P SIAI , JND EbsArTAKI lS'o 1004)1a 1U DEnai L tI.1rhohi. unotot fri ot.and the rlpfic I'in "" " rrl fir t:'r lil-I x rpj-t he hwu~ lon4 1-1l. 1,-.. U, ilntinvte thalt thle Rtwincss .,till --ido~ on llt G1 TOORAIO ROAD, SOUTH) TAIUSt.. Raybould Bros,, F-UNISIIIN O UDERTAK ERS, U1 CbER. 00.0 xtO.ct 1. Wlln, H.l ot(t Ctpo1'ttcnlrt'o) In- lr loddll -wtrect). S,)nth 1-Ilrm. Ifigh~struet, .\rumltall: (Heil ruiibiny Itcce) ]fenrxc3, nrl Yullrllilns 0-1 .-m f or hlire, XNil.--Cotlin\. all siren, o". h~n"d. ., J, Green & Co., F-URNISIIING UNDERTAKERS,. G Grecnnntrcet, W\indsor (nealr Ch1:rel-street)., _LIE11SES, ItllrnlilV OoI.EIIIW I 1uI (I~rl LL Fllllrul lialeiriitn. H. Drayton, 7+ Ut\S1tLSsN UNDEJIT t\rKt 111 h .trono Iloote, CoooI,,,, 0.\.. .uppliol n. t1.e hortooO noltice. 01.demtotcloolrgo, Drapers and Clothiers. )0.ioluuoh 18.0] rJO' N 111 TIIOIAS (f.. Phoo Lu.. Lolhdon, ti Sotootllcld trd'Cottllntt , Cllint.Otrctt). 0.ccexsor to Geo Gi(jitlg -!l C...
A PYRAMID. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889
A PYRIAMIID. ReaI Acroe.-1. A Ietter. 2. 4 Hgbree pnmure. , A. ý, .ýý .ý1 tith.of hi bIlij I . t 4. A figure of mtiq" eegluA ReadJwn-I. A ltit I;i , 2. A word eIorw lvc of ;,.:' , . *fright .l t : :1. A nminng term for metal found in tin ore. 4. A girl's onoe. T.A, A mor.. I;. A egorative 7. oltter,
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. 'I'IIhE EDITOOH' PUZZLE BOx Colloovto not only ito, ofo nldht of yoor mind, but tilo plenoooo grounds tlo.-II'hotdiy. Pvzz0. onpptoo toI Sotootoy'a odittoo andl tho answvers in \Yalncstdny.. A PRIZE--n lootyJ'H I yot~bg, valuad at 1'11x. wily))e given tq, tlw girrl who t.91.1 thgqgreotttcatt 30ht Dt.co0.dctoy,.ra Iogm JNalrtj at 30th Jooo,t oont otho -t wrolthg ottok, oohool at 01 to-to tho doy o sho Ooldo tho 0g.00,1t ,lOooto of answers roam 5th foonr7 tOthJo0to hJooo. Th .n1ne.,will ho poblisohe, oan d omotitoos oooq requoest to ookoop alit oa a o heook aoinst errors on our part. Amwors mu0 t r1ooh tho Elitor tyt6 p1., 00 Mroodnya 11lr .4.1 Wo ahaoll bo dbld ýid If otlydslihilcntt aaunllh n0ow 0000.0.will kino l y hnch toloto antowro t 1. tol ecassn or couuudn na to px orioo 1nl0,1" though we pralar thaw n~n.
TOORAK UNION CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889
TOORAK UNION CRICKET CLUB. Thlle atbove club bcbtll nit etlrttaillllclt oa thoe eoouin of l .t WW.odbtcetoy ill the tinhorn TJoroo .bll. 'lir lubtlo ioIboyo urcr-pupu~r minaretl~l joloethe Soot1n t·1 fhe ,o,-olt tress of a tighlo- c,,totoeturr nature, thu harll builg ltacl~cll all tlm migli.. The Trootoototoo , nevr to otrLioiugtbo oollc" atd tie boo ,itoatio of'I'Tooal Unoion ;i,[ Southorot troaa~ottooro r, ma of placing a Ito-tt,-clm. poga be~fore the large audfeiclcc. Th'le fil·-l putt' of tho entertoino ent jo a tlooouugllon huJt in h]imself. Ti,,, illgiogor if -. j,,. if. tells m'll Mat r Wt illie Boom i'o, a t,'tt. The fortm:r to It loilot i ooqojitio to the tanks of thito utitro! club. 'The-o om asto toe'cli Io,ool ro,,tdt,,oo. We o. too to, o,,tgooti lao Ole '5T l iit i l gerootot ru.ott of thetir uremillg· Ullct.,in taettt, oott truoo thoy will got ,itt wll p'rosper..
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES TO THE FRONT. SPORTS IN AID OF THE ALFRED HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889
FRIENDLY SOCIETIES TO THE FRONT. SPORTS IN AID O1 Ti.ll- ALFRED? . IIOSPITAL. .Th'e Alfrcd Ifoipital hais been r bughlt vcr'.lprmtainently before the inotice of the chiarithble putblic reenutly;' in olfdection' will .ihe l[te disestruv tire at lhat in stitution. 't'he friendly ocietie-n-vto are all imlued with tlhe ?pirit Iof actinel up to, thespirit' which prolttiEt The:m sjfo 'it,"of the,-a spirit whhich lid.l;s epre?,oa deeds of charity-rtolved to aid .in reliov ing the lunlte which hlal betnIast LlplO te h el pital i, lhitrities. Their efforts ere ably p.ecillded by the committee of the -St.. Kilda cricket and foothall clubs, and the otitetmle w;ts a very Succeesful sportl and foitlall leteting on iSatlrday last. An enoiu tie etmmitth was formed, null thie .difcretlt sacielie t.dtnatel sums stlliciell t't put forth agoned li'ti of '>rize for the lifferint eveats. SPOIRTN. i.The procce lins warn started with a maiden race whlich wa won i:; . Newton, J.. S.teieert ruining -eeel...
POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, 4TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889
POLICE NEWS. IIIAII~ qIIA (OI~Il' MceinAY, 4TH Mersa. Bfefore' Dr. Fi'tluri~toI (elniHIIHIO :,ind Messrs. Elliott, Sykes, K1ilpatrck. Alichlcll. 111Al Finlay, )4P 'Istimon:rroni d dn.iotovrnl -il-' lO od Clillrles Bank,; ere fiod 104o. ur 14 da (o'imljmrisonii oin for rerlating a dis. torlrnsoe in tile b raromlmo of tlhe-Ro011a1 Cmleorge Hotel, ChlapIel-itreCt A 1)IooronI'o FELLo.ro-A 1110111 namod l oherit Jklekm wiry fined . or ii dotIRo. impritoomeit.for comiot tino 0 disgoostitoi e i t Afs jlled nt tlle rear of tlhe TIalwkdllTn railway 0(1tion. BHE.AKIN WINDOWS. -Two smaull boys inamed Donis O'Nioll mand Thyc Lcnny were fillmed 10s; with 164 dnmages.. for .brciing .windows, by stone-throwilng, on premises owned 1iy Messrs. Madden andl Dalton. A little fellow named HeIInry A'Grath wrns cautibned and dislcharged. DEnrs.-Orders for' the ' anmonntr with 26s. costs, were mnnde in the followin eases:--Elizn 'Mnckeylr. 1'. T. Welsh, Gs.; J. ]lryan v. 0. F. rPillips. £4.128. Mid. The co...
DETERMINED SUICIDE OF A YOUNG WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889
DETERMINED SUICIDE OF A YOUNG WOMAN. Late oii Friday night lat a a}?i. tIiHlmiei, residiing at. ' g5 lt-ightreet, .lriiadhl, re ported that her adopted daughlter, a young Vollanl twnt:lyt yyear? of age. leltl Ceoe1itedlll suicie by taking ait doe of '" tolughi ol Rlt'tS" poison. The girl during lridny appiealred to be inll very dcipontllenl t ltate of llllld, uelll, oi 'retirit g to 'ret at o'clock, she exncre-ed her inltentionll cf ldestroying herlfif, tas he did not de"irc to live any longer. Mrs. ltolmes rebukell hIer for talking so f«iiihly, Ibut he repeaitedl her itcention of doilng away with hect-if. and requc:led that when ishle, wi s dlra a lock of her hair shoulld he give to IalI old gentleman lodger named .lones. No fIlrther notice was taken by lMr. Holimes of.the girl's relmarks, and aboult half-uiian-hour afterwardsn a retching lseir:e wa heard froll the girl's room. 3lrn. Ilohn l enteredI and ias ilnformned bty thec demae that ihe had ta:ketl the poiaOn. IDr. L.illhea w...
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. 1. IF any peo onrders him paper 1 e ,liscontinulc, Ihe mnust lirl pa:y all arrei rs hr the lpblisher may co?stinue Io srun .t1 il payment is m?? el, ,ld thll colledt the wh ounle tnoult. whether the paper is ta..ku from the oflice or not. 2. IThe ourLS lul?e decided. that refusing to tlake nltwsplape almlt peritoicals froll the postotlfce, or re mteving and leaving them tuctlled for, is Seri un fe i evihdence of ietentional frnud;
SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 March 1889
SPORTS COLUMIN. CRICKET. Tihe sports and feotball match last Satiur ay took heway a tgreat tieal of tlhe itterC-t itt the crictiet Iitd. Therte were, however. ,tlarge nc'nlmer [-tre1,nt at tte Waterloo cttatchaa eiatt the St. ,lathew'2 the scorc-?. ,f whielh wi I It ttlicetv below. We havet to cotltgm ta:e the Waterlfw on thevery eoen lperfor auces hey an retrdit w1 it rinccey tlulv Iee cnet"l,ll for tlld?'trhph?g.i 'Plr cv \.()1 n laVver a dl to pull1 it off alFlin thio pear is a tott.· f whtichlt hey say well feel )total. . , amt tiy Wt pdaydlsau bet.leeen tl \ratcrloo 12 d St. Matthewt?, nnd .?lllll i:l a rather easy~ winlfor?tlhe t33,rur lya t ktrul,, the sco'rws bmin?.d \i'interlool 82 amll 179 ; St. Mat;tllurw's, 71 acd 6i. The prineiphl core rs for the iT natle wil ere More m2 ::ail ),'aI'Cdy (2 tnd I0), Smith (23).') rdshaw (2 ), tl.artvttht ( vitt), P. 'iy citis Moret folr t e, Wateerloo tote, tell s ne for:.li, t11d Hit rtll tree fore lO. 'iP he .l. , hb turt e olltill ole...
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 March 1889
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. Mesrs. C. .J. & T. lann (tlhe tMercantile, Finatnee, Trusteen and Agency tCo.) will sell on Sataurey next, several valuable p.o perties, comprising busines anld renilential sitte at St. Kila, near the tren tcriec. This s?ale offers rareindtleements to peIr chsasrs. Mr. G. Vale Linton nunounen the :nie of a vahlable freelholl propertyin Comm~er cial-road, Pmhlnhn, tn take place on the 16th inestant. Messrs. Douglas Dare and Clnhapmann ;a tnounce for this day, t 3 p.mt., on tie premisen, "Wellecley," Itarkly-street. lit. Kildl, ann eleg.nt brick villa, couletinl lng nine ronms.. oear.. 1. J. Dixon and Son aoillllclllle acevral valuable freehtold propertier for the 18th inst. nt their raoi. These are siturated ill Clapel-stret, i'rahman, Ciarltonr aid MIIul grave, and part of the .insolvent estate of ?Mr?. Joseph Aleock. : Mr. J. W. Scott will sell to-day itt : p.m. on tihe ground two desirable rslrlaitrclc iI May-roal, Fralrran, close to thie IHawks. burm...
SUICIDE AT SOUTH YARRA. WHISKEY CLAIMS ANOTHER VICTIM. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 March 1889
SUICIDE AT SOUTH YARRA. WHISKEY CLAIMS ANOTHER VICTIM. An inquet was held at South Yarra on Wednesday touching the .death of Mary Anln Brown, a middle-agedn marriedioman, who on Tue?aly cnnmitted suicide byII taking oxalic acid. The dccsed was last. seen alive at about 9I o'clock on Tuesday morning by her oOll, who on1 going to school left her at home, sitting oI the ola, r·lcad ing a periodical. Shle wail discovecrcd Iy her husbanlld lyilg oil tioe telrnoom lih,., ded, at about ;i o'clock in the croliug. It lappeared that she wasc grotly iadlictdl to drillo, and her inltempcrate habits were tile cause of frclaent qluarolO with her hls bond. The jury retlrn I:l verdnlict of onicide.
DANDENONG AND BERWICK ELECTORATE. MR. SEYMOUR AT BOX HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 March 1889
DANDENONG AND BERWICK ELECTORATE. MiR. SEYMIOUR AT BOX HILL. Mr. F. C. Seymour, the liberal and pr. itectionist candidate for Dandcnong and Berwick. addres-ed the electors at the Ilecreation Hall, Box 1lill, on the th rinat. HIe said he canme forwlar not as t a lersonal, but us a p)olitiral, oplpouet to .Mr. Keys, who was aRconsaervativea:alfreetrader. lHe was ill fror of a rCforn ill Parliamleatary pracedure.:: With reagin to the existing practice of clearing the p?lleries by calling attention to strangers, tie would make ii necessary for more than onle member to do so, and, in all cases, hIe would exempt tihe press, who shouldl be allowerd to remairn and report the proeeldings. lie faroured biennial, adlllll, if neeessaray, annual Parlia meants. lie favoured thie abolition of plural voting, alnd heeprfrrerlred party ?govermentt to coalitions ; but would support t coalition govberlnent if headled byr a liberal prelier and comprising a m:rjority of liberals. liHe watin rfavoroT the ...
MR. HENRY JENNINGS' CANDIDATURE. HIS VIEWS ON LOCAL OPTION AND SUNDAY TRADING. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 March 1889
3R. HENRY JENNINGS' CAN DIDATURE. IIIS VIEWS ON LOCAL OPTION AND SUNDAY TRADING. A meeting of electors was held on Ion day evenling at the Gippalnnd Ilotel, St. Klda, to heat' the views of MIr. Jennings, one:of the constitutliont! eandidates for St. Kilds. Tihe Hon. William Wilmo occupied the chair. Mtr. Jennings, after referring to persoonal subljects, coid the elelctors did not appear to distilnctly und6rltand his views regarding the licensing laws, and he wouold therefore give an full expresnion to them. The bone of contention in the Licensing Act was the local option cloause. As the law at preceot stood, opoll of the people could be taken to Sdeclde:whether ithere should.b an ihncrese or an steerore of hotelr above or bellaw a eithio Statuteory nuobhr. IThant Iao yet on the Statute hooh, and hard not asyet been fairly trial, li he consideretd it ahould haec n fair trial, a t ethe ajoriy of Parlin ment ad so d ecihlll out, nvertheleas, Ihe did not approve of local option, cc, in ...
VARIATION OF CLIMATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 March 1889
'VAIf,\TION OF CLIMIATL. Old colotioto oty tht stmne thoo irty yorar ago ttheto'ri ot of thle winte wtt ott so grt ts it h ol'e of late yov rs, and tlhere was thtn, elpceialy in the interior of Aus tralia, n omopartive immntttoity from coldo, outghs anld olfoctioon of time chest aod oluloo. fc chamts atid veyf inny oltherrt nt Ikoow by freatoo ly trothful exporinclet hat thi t state, of tltiogs" tIo longor exitlt,? tltd that routdl thle co?t line of. lti.' oontinent, pecinlly wherte there is a tolnsidenlble polulatioll, cohl, coughs nd suchtt like tifootlottlo oro totl)" ilrototlttl ittIm vatr Imr?t ft~ct:?oll Illtlelellcma ~te.'qirllaal s Wel got to tlth lootll IOoll riotors of Dr. tleml lt lt' l ogo'ilittt 1 tlotttt, erotifyitig tot ito wondlerful curotive ptmo ertie. Mlr. J. Mil ler, of Ilettl-otcret, Plo tr;o, wrote: " Last weck L lu toolt o?cer cotuglh, whii o tervetted 'ite'lo.lecltillg teet?tl ttilttioottttlhli got o eot th of your tlett toloont' Braziliant lhItlotan, irmm ow...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 March 1889
Sor on?e of the large congregation that assemlh-.l at St. Matthew's Church of Enogland, -igh-street, Prahran, in tile sacred nanm of charity, onl the occasionl of the Masonic choral service on tile 2ith ult. imagined for an instant that the Clhplains of the Order were nabout to convulse thie still waters of a theo logical tea-cup possessed by the ttev. Canon LoeSLnI into suIch a lashing storm as to thlreate'i.erious damage to this piec of ecclesastical crockerry ware, and that each and Cevery one of themn-the assembled multitude-were accessories.to thle Iasonic misdemean ours. liowever,it swas so; and although Canon LsoANLEY read the second lesson on clharnity--which, being interpreted, means bIrotherly love--rith a cahn en terior there was anything lut an undis turbed, interior. The storm ealmisnated aftbr tile eveitful sermon had been preaclhed, the benediction had been pro nounced, and the eonIgregatioa hadl dis perised, eiwhes Canons Lsa.laor sat hir self down.and indited a lett...
THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. THE ST. KILDA ELECTORATE. MR. R. MURRAY SMITH AT BALACLAVA. A VERY NOISY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 March 1889
THE PARLIAMENTARY hterlik .rTHE 'ST.' KiLDA 'ELECTORATE. . .- "--' ?- .... MR. R. MURRAY 'SMITHI AT BALAOLAVA. A VE2TY NOISY 1'ETING. Mr Smith ti'itme portion of 'tl leectoern of St Kitld. on. Wtlndnolnany .night, in tihe Trinity schoolroom, for the, porpose of re iterntirng l1tis poliicali opinions, and had ilardly got fairly unledre way when an proifir behgiti. Mn Omitlh was informing the meeting tlhat he had circulated copiej of his speech, and was expressing his beliefc that there were no dleficiencies in it, whenrc an opponent exclaimed that there were "lots of them," arnd from that time rvery little could lhi heanl by anybody to dvadn tago. Mr. Smith claimed that his lengthy earer as a Imlitciianr qalified.hitm to sit int the Arscmbly, and thie good service ril loredl by him to the olM St. Kilda electorate when he represented it--(Cri'h of " YeTl never represented St. Kiihla; yeu are all Toorsk atn "Sooth Y?aris")>--en titeid him to their suffrages. Mr. Smith challenged any...
A REMARKABLE CASE. Under the above heading the Doncasier Reporter, of July 6th, 1887, publishes the following in its editorial columns. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 March 1889
A ILEMARKAIIBLE CASE. -c Uotdor thlo haoe headlng thu Doualoe ORcortor, -[ July 0th, 1887, publishes thU ollolowuf tinit editorial co ures. Our readers may recall the circumstnuces of n young clorkt, a led Arthur Ilichoi, falling insensihle ot tile Whoatlcy Lanid ill this town some timte ugo, ua heiolg picoked up, o h otit ctt od ptrfectly tolplco, ,nd takn ill a cbl, ty two gentleoen' to tile oltico of F. W. Ftisrht, Est., tile solicitor who employed him. On resttoring him to u teliototI oik t manwo cct toi tttc ore -n. Onh~ ctiomito Wltott Ist ioontuIlos Iii tous offlicted h ith ouht weemed to bm u igh ctr able ditfear. Wheu le ongl t avle a tospea he oit li th btlee to it o ialr nd onhat ol 1it h la. boLnok to tie t Twrh, etllnclled dolyh is head was ill at whirl mlaud h s ell tile street like a olatu toho it lktttoctledIown. Ot cotlllintg to Iris usllsst ill tlesolicir' office Ir tought wltt thit igltt ittOt, m ttro i fcatrc heloh s go oing tt Iteor fit t of illnoo-, which we tl...
PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 March 1889
PARS PITHILY PUT. Loch gone. Good luck, Arcadia l Canon erorto Popgue.. Itclecit of £4tl,00 1 in M.SAV. The Stock-tax io an utter fraudl. A Canon rersuo a bricklayer-o Mason. Qllccllaodlll t'ovetou rettlrtls increasning. Ahl! Ilobinont oll fello--how are you ? Wttttcd-.o to-oc.-lettt candidoto :for Soutlt Ycrro. lRodey forsakeln--no nlnifeslos, no pre noierreloeocltcnt IofelltLtt. mIor roblctriceh o tlte St. Kihloa b;th,- caught in thle act thi, time. St. lildla Sltate-,chol E?xcunrsionl to Lily. dale next Frioay-joyantticipated. .. It. J. Ii.xon:l rlcorolted withl elt loel Rib. boln of the po.litical turf at Prahln. Wotnder low ex-Cr. Arkle feels nowo syolpathiting witl Sir Ilcnry Loclh, no Sharklo are bolllo g h eo l hrerinrg lounoI the St. Killa bhc:lh close to lshore. Illathers Itr..l. lclgebr cures lllloother latrel ill rcoard ho the arrlgenlclot otf the Arkle balnqlltet. Thie wives and motlheror of Nortl MIel boudrne thave determined to shltlo Dr. Rose ts tlhey woult a erpent....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 9 March 1889
EXCHANGE & SALE COLUMN. It i9 h9h99d th,,t this , olu.,u 91.1 ,.9T)lot( t lllIt rueader~lrruady I*,lnlllio~l Inlll Iouvolru ,i.l( Il,?rket for the mmm*,rotllr alwtnt? Llth itl? rulu c?,,,o b1 1ul,9B1d thro99h ordinIry Iourc. IIUI}.'S. 01.I S ,lxl 199yw 9rh 1 o t~tul i? 11,,, e9l9l9ll wrh'1 clr i al' 7 rt 99)l.9n.t 9lit 19eclliu toll addl~tiulnl wotl. (.) All olnt,1 9ln91thldl int)It 9,l9r Ih , NA19E nll.\l A) ) ESS of timl A1)V?IITISI'?IL. iu ctses w rere tile Adve·rtiser p~refers to httlvu ,ldiIa I dhlrtsul to il99 ild9 .' r 11re of tiff oi?r. th. a tl lln. llle lult adtl~l?] ? lImllst still Iw i'iro ?1 ' I Llo ;'?ltlecd}lolcld builcllressed II/uNl:- ', "A. 1B." Calre of 1Srvhl:tllgo 1Sdlior. (:L) Thle Editor will not Illldut~lrliuo lo fnrard rplics. O'lL. Advertliersi ho ( ru. . ed,9 l or 1e,.l' for tluiil ,9(. h1ae their rep.lice 911hlr . (I., 1o 1pa1rels o lill 9. lmlt scBftto o through1 this ottie, tluld theu Iditor will nout ]Iriht sll~elf rreslwusiblu for any~ l,aicke...