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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 March 1889
Drapots a nd Clothiers. Exhibition WOOLLENS!!! l)EOlIl'. requiring a NEW LSUIT lof CI,OT1 ES to atr(cud th forthcomitlg : Electioo, wouldl do werl to CALL AND INSPECT TIlE LARGE STOCK • ~ ~ : ' ?.:oK .. . Exhibition, Mosgeil, ',Colonial . Prize Tweeds, N 0 .W O N V I E W. .T P. GARDJNIE . & Co.'s, THE London and American Tailors, lI CIIAPEL- STREET, r R A 0R ?" AN, Noor Too n!nHl, AND 121 CrLRENDON-sT.1 SOUTI1 AIEiOURNE. Til uo Goods we ar no' advertising were nnulforctured exlponsly for the Melbourne International Exhibition, 80 rely Purchaser may Dclplel oi "S curinl " . A FIRST-CLASS SUIT AL 100 per ceof BELOW' ii REL 'aSELV?E:'. ..... ... . ..' , I· !"".:' ·I": ;r Note tho Prices;'. COLONIAL GOODS: SI'ECIAL LINE TIfOIUSEIRS ... 1es. NI. ALL WOOL SUITS ... ... 42s. Airs, SPEuTIAL LINES AT ... .... 5 0a.0So. 70s. MOSGEIL GOODS: SUITS... .... ... .... s. 70s. 75s. BLUE SERGE SUITS ... 60s. BLACK AND BLUE W'ORSTED SUIT;S, boIunrd ... o.,worthLo80. INTENDING RPUCII. , ERS SHl...
USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 March 1889
USEFUL HINTS. ."' - Iluy your chelcqu-boohk with the stamnnu rmpressed. . . ; ' Never sign' nylthing without lookling Irnt to sce if it be properly stnmped. • lenmembher, the flirsf per-ol who execdte aly lJntrlruncut is rcsponsible for affixing rn cannellhig thn entamp. )Do nt' fort th tthd.ithld,'i wrill iul the ilnitials or signltlre, must or written on thl Have all your printetd reccits utanlpeel etuly for uoeu. Lettero unowledging paymnetc of oRty umtt, of i£i or oiver bt draft or 'cheqte must My lduty. DI'lntlttc Illmsy .IeU recoverel I sulmrmaily hfore tw'u justicCn, alid titte tinittenr aly tllow lortiurl of th ra rmoenet to go to an Look trcvfully at yutyrr dleeds. One error inmy intlidate an importab t trneoction. If seevnlr considceratiols are expressed in olle idoeiileillt, voii llllet paIy on eachi Opahmtely. ' Do not let Iills rliun too long : kel themr mitedr LY,.
THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. PRAHRAN ELECTORATE. MR. E. J. DIXON'S CANDIDATURE. A MOST ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. QUITE AN OVATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 March 1889
THIE PAItLIAME~NTARY ELECTIONS. - t---4 :: PRAHRAN ELECTORATE. MUl. E.: J. DIXON'S cAND[DA'iURI, xA MO8T ENTHUSIASTIC MIETING. QUITE AN OVATION. - A mcuctig of electom wasn hcli in the iraiimi~f~iicn-hall l iii Th iiiia evening. I'The Ihall h was'littmlly plckell toits utmoiiuL capacity. tih Worshil thL Miayo'r (Cr. O),ment) occupiel thie chair. -JMr:-Distr"T~rmtsfiTftWTl~ITUME was re neived withiquite al ovautioli of chices anl patlel nll ~ i: t hearill~Rnth.REAllI, alppy to answer iiqueIIitioInIs at thiecoiclu.ionII of hisi rmaninkso;: , iie Ihal fit to:Ulhanl;k tLhe iirkofiit iiiiiti d iiiiciu ci cn tiii t i thur side at pulble l c rage g-ut r1r.iO nml c t had pmrovd himself no exception to this rtle.. (Applause,) .?, , , . , IIIS REASONS FOR AIi'PEArINi I Lht ivelig before tlem ns a callilate o\'rne a,?fll?li?s:-l I thle iit pilac hIe had rresoCntcd tile disitrict, hle was. in c ildl in the electomte of St. Kilia, for six year. lI 1880--nearly lite years ago-lih was defeatedl, a...
STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 March 1889
STAMP DUTIES* .... b\ LtI. ·n Is. tlrlo t r atll ehudll , la m ulltte'r lllt the alIountt lnl\\'n miay lh; bu .0,t M it tH]t x>oci-tg n Il)llip?ln Irtll?e, ItI duties nu to, hI reut - iat iit nectillg t the value of thie idou iu i tt, i: s fl rhlois:- t ' r- it nit x5 ec, ll0 £2."L I lExcee, ing tC2", and4 not exceed[. ingp.eSO ;,. . ...· ... !IY. I';xccedlng 3C, 1mi lnot exceed S· il 7 ? " . d: Ex?.ccding Ci07, and not iexceed. ing 0 11 . . ... ... ... 2, \Vhere it exceeds £100| the fee will then hea (..dcs.ulated at the rate of l. for every f5) al 'e theat ainoullt, or fmctiolnal part vf £50. · , . , ?. ' :
THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 March 1889
THE PARLIAMENTARY ELEC TIONS. All |tolittg.pltacs i t e in trololilan tlonl uhLburbaln uleorLLteo, inclhtding, of coureo, 'rt'ran. St. Kildi, South Ytutu, T'ourak andr AtoUlo, will ho open funtott 8 o'clock n.ml. to 7 o'clock p.t. Mr. Willis' eolnnittee hlve Iuon workhing ,ith a will dlrillg thle week. " SlowUaItd L r0 ,0" isw tle,we p thoeue oiteo. Will tlhet 'rllbral town-altull hol the elecUtoM o)It Tusdlny night, " He early to avoid the Mr. llrinslcy Tobin has adrlesso d crowdel nlcetitgis of the elctors this week. On Mondoy night, at C;orter'o Stlr hotel, nlboit 70' 'ulecotrs were prctutt, ntld i ullntlimoulo vote of COnttidlCeue was carrtie. Ott Tuesdny night over 100I electors were present at ,Jackson'a Plrhmo hotel, itnd nccoleal atint ltltlnld (ulliCt hlearitng, tlllo at the close a unulllnous vote of confidoutce was carriedtl, the muctig breaking up withlt three 'lcheers for the caoldidate. On Weld Cesdlny a meeting was Iheld at the! lush Inn, corner of Malvern and William...
SOUTH YARRA ELECTORATE. CHAPMAN AT SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 March 1889
OUTH YARRA ELECTORATE. CUAI'MILN AT SOUTH YAtittA. S tolllatr evening the South Yarm is lilled to overllowilg with ln at ol ,udien e, w hich ossem rled to h .1r ment?allnounced to ble mlade Iby Mh', omn u? nulidato [tor It?e thothL YIri, ott. MIr. IBrewstcr occupied the C.ho?ltmun o s greeted with a heltrty i, iiii stoted thatI the Iext I'arlint woulll lllve I y illlporhtantell· Ilje:lsl'U ot with. anl many of thle Acts ttih tI~ell pled-tht ight-hourso' l.btour, o.\ol, el.ce.-requited to he lllltllt L They wanllted a Imnr to eprwentlll distlic who hdl correct principles- wihe woubll sr whllilt hIe InIerlllt, IaId ] eloan wl tlr. Coplllllllln. I was it ral ptotectiolist, tno considered the in. ies of the colony shoultd be mait - tl at all costs. The eight-hours e llt shootl Ie enourauugeld, nllll illo lllpt thoul be madoe to disturbt thiocott ion to thte ltxhulritlfg men of the olony, thu question of lllurnl voting, he woul our tile olle-lutl-olle-vote principle. IRue uing the liou-b...
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. FORMATION OF A MALVERN BRANCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 March 1889
AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. "OII.IATION OF A MALVERlN II\ANOII. laet Mon1da evllilleg, at thle .ltIelve Shire-hall. a meetiil, wa hell efor te tir[e-c tf her'einga Melter, [ulee inl c:)nnIIc(tio w\ith tie .\.N.. There were ; gellntlellell prescllt , and 1L of thet: jeiled the lew, lodgu a. bellelit lIel Ii:re-. Mer, JI. LI. ltrc,,' Plesidetl of tle Ascocietioj, IdeliverCI cII effeCtivt: Tie follhwitig fllieiee-bearecl were tlhei ilcstalled by lIe. Fielld Icrrett and Mr. Ia-. Colgait :-ie-,r. W. (i. Walker, preident; . IC.. Ih t, viepresident;cll W. Ilardhley. tree |.1.; F. A. Dixone , teaetary; Ei. I Foterc, aeietact IecretarCy; cnd J1. E:d.all, W. IhI .ch. F. J. Pittilna, E. Ell gworth, Idh (U. W. 1 \Wooeeunltoie,, icomelittee, The proeeling, tien terlithted.
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 March 1889
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. Mr. (. Vale |inton announcC the 4le of a valuble freelohl properly il Comrne. ciall-v:l, Pmhmn, t, take lilace t;h-d ay; It 3 p.ml. for. iohll Tllrn?er will lt ll on fonli a next. at 2 p.m.. a quantity of househohl furniture anlad elfects. the colltelnts of at six. roomud 'illo, at the ,\licultural iall~, Southr Yorrm. 51--is . . I. IJixon rtd oi nllrlllrllllC 1,ve~ vahlable freclubhl iropr,?.|tis for hMIol:y lxt, rot tei roomr. 'le-aC rle iuatel inii Chaiil-otrt, i'rPlhrrn. rrlton .lld M?llgraure, ai[ irotL of thel il-olveilt eLate of Mr..lIo-cph .\lcockl.
OUR BI-WEEKLY SERIES. NEWSPAPER AMENITIES. AS OTHERS SEE US. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 March 1889
tJR BI-WEEKLY SE iES> NEWSPAI'ER AM,,HNITIES. S OTHEIIS SEIh .US. addition to the muurous prtoe noticte y jpublitheldl int refernce to tihe re Sc?lugge ill thi, jourulla!,th folluwinlg idly criticins irc ccxtraocted., from our emto conttetmporriet t lie Moir.t lrhendet.--" Thle paper is I pdintd,ald the reading matter gecttr is of t interetitltg ntl racy chtmettcer, sig evidentce of spiritted t anagemcnt;t e Arw .llerturUi.-". ... Its .et. i a wolietrful improvemett otl the olt ioil." ileore Frt, Prce.--" .... The or i tt mucht improved in oappcarmtcc ye itcre litlle dtlobt, tttder the pre.ent ited management, the' liew dephirture Iprovet a ?sllcc~s. . " .: .i . . . .Tile energy atnd eox. i0ce oft Ito llltng lilht is tullticiitt to ure for itt I cvll I toro.tucc?essfutl canwrt ts nett tylo thu it had lduring its preo s thirty yearo existectt. Itst ttmonal' ran te is decidedlt y attrmetitCt anlt as mbines the qluliti?s' of a family ?'imd IIpaper, wte tmaytpreict a bigfuturefor it ...
MORE BREAKERS AHEAD. RELIGION AND POLITICS. PUBLIC MEETING AT ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 March 1889
; MORE BREAKERS AHEAD. "!-'lttl'f~ittON,"AND'oPOIiTICS. 2: PUBLIC MlIlETING( AT ST. KILI)A. A public meeting, under the naosiices of lthe'Scripturp !in tte-tschool League noand Sunday Oblserance Society, was held in the Alnman-rond 'relsbyerinn Sulndayachool room on Thursday evening, for the jimrpose of coinsidering the vri6un. qoestions dis c'ssedorl'on te poliicnal platfornm during the ipresnl election campaign. There was a mnodcrcat ottcnditance of Idlem and gentle. men, and thie chair wao taken by I1r. J. L. Circa ;... . . . ... . . . . .. .. lThe Chairman regretted the limited nttoeloince when such monmcentous luatioents n lcme before them to Ie discuseed. Ito loeyght lno qyetiont of more moment, ctchlng thi' futire weilfnre nnrmd-fllrttm charactelr of the people of this colony, ever camp before themp~4 fo I s l tte shame il roneapehl on them ?an people Sll IA , Q Stuncl Iloblnsoln movedro 'T"h:(t tli· mcting declares its exctrem rc'grt t-t·tha.multm .ularstic-?lpini 'hlich tCh...
THE DOCTORS AND THE PRAHRAN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 March 1889
E DOCTORS' AND THE PRAHRAN UNCIL. t the meeting of thle Palfoi n Mo?idndaoy ing n report woarend Dr. Fletherat-to;r-ihaltlIt officer, referelnce to thle complaints made )r. Legcr-ErOon, re thir:dclay ii' tting 'indigent typhloid fever pa. Sto the Alfred Hospital. the cose of the womkiin 'M'Gih Dr. Fetherstot, "in his report, - I lid not state her c?s8 was yhoid for I reported the eo le town.hall . at 10: o'clock as follows: This is a doubtful at present."i B bsequently he to the conclusion that the wo wuis roally siiffering fmrom ty l, and after the disease lhad imni Sitself unmistakably, he obtained dmission ticket from the town and took it.to Mrs. Mchibhney, She learned Dr. Erson lhad taken patient to the Alfred Hdopital; ontendrd tihere was no moie de •ha was compatible with a faith discharge of his duties as health • Forbcs movcd tlhat the report or health officer be received and h( to the press for publication. . Fsller seconded the motation. i. motion was cn'ied. petition was ...
AMUSEMENTS. THE PRAHRAN MINSTRELS TO THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 March 1889
i AMUSEMENTS. THlE IPRAlIltAN NINSTIIELR TO THE FRONT, I . 'Notwirthlan ling - the ralty of Christiant cllhrlty under thle ,'" r ap pliedl to itli vienal cases of harndlship, it nis anudartly prevedl, li Prnranrt at lenet, that thlere is to wanrt .t fteling fol' felloe--tifcrirtg' p'lten anit olject her it Is foundd. The ~rdlinl it our midst naturnlly excite a great dena efe sympathy~,elt il many ways charitably llispoeed prqtle are inllleedt to contribute ent of their lxeuet t.( nttel tthe rmelirrra Ilon of their conlldhjl:i ' Wome.slhow thIcr' ymnpatthy Iby donantlotlo ,of monleyeor lrelal othcrs give their timeael talltets. rlAtmorgst tlte warnmle Sth ithir ers wih Old bllil mlust be placed Ihe I'rahrtan minstrels who, hy-the-bye, are ever rtauly to givec tlheir erv~i in lhe cause of rlsuffleriagtllrh1neatil ' and t II pp, e lintion of tht.p'litliid wa fully rltow'nt ,l rtenisayt.night, whelt'heere tminstrels gavr a splend II performanceF, at the rl'hrnt towrnhall in aidl of the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 March 1889
. ... -ilE i .- .... Ri. NU SWdllvl. fnA rckla~, SNrew tac, tt?,'Ithm.. ofro.\ c toot, mm Notrtt. o the ohortietor, uelur Itle MLrelh i8,?ty?, ',~d [I |*?te llea~lnro lit ?tvlol Sll~L kLa¥. II f~ll i, I .% r ) I ". [tIIt 10 "S h'tI|t? llelO '.rl't. It?:? l for nceT F rmuenn! it to all wbio tflTcr in tlhe tbin tubs, andcount it a. hapity thing roU ?\.? lltsntrenl h?ou L'Ir tln Tu re Ite Yo"ICe aild 1 IllV elhltltlt' it, et reO - ttcinId retOriltg ilt tote a n v'i?ivior f?'oo,, 1ttttt lit "|lkoro ano rinoe? h t i. Itnay oe 0btilctd tI? mtltible chenllstt or direct fonto ;lsitt Ago..,i0, WI..T nod. Co., ot :t, tlOmtn, Moelourzne, who, otl II ( O[ j. lit MIIIIIII will tlellld It la?,? t( n t1.) bottle to ayI l lt.tho '0',al dtile atne olld ucPhbllslal ·frnn *ttltctkitt., or lUl'l tl[l i oer otI t or .rttcrtttion s fhtthftdiy lls .In tnlic 1nepn)1nuply forwtnoiel. F INE1T TiAS TIHE WOIIRLD. tItIODicEg tId at ItritCty wtole lr)b Intyre I ?ua." -~ eumuad·H lun ),c L?(Wqel ?jWIIllslon Itlld...
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 March 1889
LEGAL DECISIONSABOUT NEWSPAPERS. 1I IP any pero ,ra n lrs hi paper to l, isienijnued, Ire must ftirt p0y all arrear: or tlhu publisher ma:y cootinue to senl nti paymuonlt is made, auod theutlc?lect lh wholot atuollt, wletther thue paper is taken fmro thllo oltlce or not. 2. The eourto tuve tlectdud that refuuing to taike inewspttpe at p.rialcala ftnli the pout-ollhta, or e-1 motilg anld leaving tthem unltclld for, it primta fitl evideuce of intentional fraud.
THE PRAHRAN DRAMATIC CLUB AND COLLEGE LAWN MINSTRELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 March 1889
THE11 PlrarHzRA DrA~MATIGLUl AND COILEGE'TLAWN MINSTRELS. A dmraatic and variety enter-thlnlent wascglvet on Wedoehlry eveningl.last in ihe PIrhamn Tow-.halll Iy the ahove club, for tile cnlblit of their secrtvry, who i. about to resign ofilee. The company wrta as?aisted by the College Itwn Juveinile Minsetrels?, who appeared in the first part of the preograntn in their musical circle. Mr. C. A. Payle was capital ats interlocutor, nod Metore. .lat. Halt, A. Moore, F. Kort lng, andl J. Ilianlitg, tlhe corner IIen, ?ausCd mtceh amusment by tlheirldrollerie. The dialogtcs were sharp alnd to tile Ijoint, cinte the acting was performed in a very selfl-contildetnt manner. Messrs. F. Kort laIng, C. Bittfiehld, .te. t|ill, J. HRardlng, lJohn Hitall, A. Moore, C. 4. Payne, and Mist.e tietaningo, Hall, andl Kartlng acqeitted thecmelvs enrltitbly ill tile cvaioulc Icllnuhbor celmpriing the liist p:alrt, wrlich ortelcluol with a farcical comedy, entitlled, "Tlle W tnllg Man." After tile uauvl i...
HE WANTED TO BURN THEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889
IHE WANTED TO BURN THEM. Husband (looking up from his papor): "What asses men can make of themselves." Wife: "'What is tile matter inow, dear?" II.: "I am looking at the love letters in this breach of promise case." W.: "Are they interesting ?" I. : "Interesting! They are abso lutely sickening. Hear this : ' My dear duely!' 'My lovoy dovey!' Ha ! ha ! "ha" W. (demurely): "It does sound rmsther foolish, doesn't it ?" H. (with a buh?t of laughter): "Foolishl? Idiotic you mean. It's the worst nonsense imaginable. To think that any man in his senses eoudl write sucls stuff as this: 'I send you a million kisses, my goosie poosie, swecety peety!' Ha! ha! lha!" W.: "Perhaps he loved her whens he wrote those letters." H.: "Suppose he did? Is that any excuse for writing such bosh?" W.: "Yes, it should be. Here are some letters I found to-day when looking over my old relic--relies of courtship. They are very foolish, but very precious to me, I assure you. They are your letters. One of them be...
ENTERTAINMENT TO E. STEINFELD, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889
NTERTAINMENT TO E. STEIN FELD, ESQ. ------ The largest- asseomblage that ever gruted the pavillion of the St. Kildej -owlingF Green.met on Wednesds: afternoon, on the invitatotion 'of the president, E. Dubket~t, Esq., to wish -on royage to the popular vice-presi dent, E. Steiafold, who is about to visit Europe and America. The president, in .proposing JMr. Steinleld's health, remarked tlmt no menmber had been more energetic and zealous in forwarding tle interests of the club than lIr. Steinfeld lhadbeen1 and thait many of the improvements recently made were due to him. Messrs. Bowman and Gillespic also spoke in oulogistic terms of the high appreintion in which Mr. Steiifeld was held by the members of the club -in fact by all with whom he cameo in eontact. - After his health had been drunk. -with musical hlonors, in bowls of sparkling wine, Mr. Steinfeld made a very feeling and appropriate reply, stating that he aloold forwardl with pleasure to his departure, but that he would look f...
PAT AND THE DUDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889
I'AT AND THE DUDE. 'n Irishnleol day a barrow was wlieelo lo g, dry ket up a squeal ,Hoo anl wa dry an; ~itU 8~n· a ilt Wat s too busy to think albot toiling, o milld it uot,.bnt-kcept on vith his t?oiU riling by cried outwithl great I reylio-holn on, you will fdghtan my horse." 10 llol o there yerself," cried out Pat, for begorrn, ' Ithink ye more likely to frighten my my lTrror."
THE POET'S CORNER. [?] Editor is always ready to receive original [?]cal effusions, which will be published when suitable. It is desired to cultivate the gift, and render this department of the paper as interesting as possible. MODERN COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889
THE POET'S CORNER. _ E l , nl which will b o i 'a'?htalwhn Urali. ['i"l'a.(f tO CultlRato thO g.t, "dIt. l. this dertant oa the tainpor a 1MODERN COnURTSHIP. A dozen wO?ols, a whisper low, A ride, tayb, in Rottnro ' ' - c1i, hand, parblUph, a glance. m moonllght stoll, a song or two, Sittl bill, a little coo; a.bu ic? of flowors, la ock fia.htir 'Tisdone I congratulate the pair.