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MR. S. L. CHAPMAN AT THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889
1lt. 8. .. UIIAPMAN AT TlIE COM 7ILICIAL IIOTEL. . he Souith Yarm election is becoming ntereting, and the contest promises to be exdting ,Ir. ex-Councillor S. L. Chap. en held a most successful meeting at the cmmerial hotel oo 6tonday evenling. The oom was filled to overtowing, and by a tpreerntative gathering of electors. Mr. =A. tOttaway presided. . Ir. Chapman e Lomel himself if he repeated his fornmer remrks innsomtlInslances; at any mrtcho fell mth1iedthattle tnnjorityof[ theelector knew he was sound on the Iileraml progr mmne. The canditate enteredn fully into thte putllie Lnllth ond e ntitiaton qCestlones. After nhI'h tlheteell o11 the promlterity of tht molony. ariinng mrinly fnn tst Iroteetlive oliey, andn referred to our financial posti tlon on te Lolndon exchange as being higher thonl any of thut otler Anustralinl molonine Referencne was an ) made to tile renue returns betweenl 1880-8lll, wlhich nmounntl to £5,18llil,011, or £ti Io 7t per !tod, anlld £6,7331826n or £6 14t...
ST. KILDA STATE-SCHOOLS EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889
ST. KILDA STATE-SCHOOLS EXCURSION. The following eomrpriseo the lisetol evelnts contested on Flriday last at tle shovo excursion. The sports caused great attrae tion, and the various events were well contested. Several items on the programme were omitted, owing to thu length of the programmne and othler cnauses. Tile prizes consist of fancy goods, etc., many of them being very handsome. They will le arranged and lpreentedl to tile winners at an early date. We omittetd to mention in our report on turIRay that Cr. J. Uorker was present, and took great interest in the day's proceedings. P'rofessor VWeston'e original Punch and Judy exhibition gave great ratifnction. The proefessor provided an additional attraction in the form of a dancing exhihition, in which four young ladies gave several step dances in a clever manner. The picnic will result in a finaoncial success, nas, notwithstanding the expcnae incurred, there will be a small credit bhalanon. Fou TI?E COMBINaED SIHOOLe.. oy.r. Hta...
POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, 18TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889
POLICE NEWS. PIAHRIAN COURT. M[ONDAY, 18T.it ARCl0. Bleforo i)r. Felthecrston (chcairman), mlnd MIcrs. George Yoolug, Jao. Michell, aiR. tFirnlay, and John Sy'ke, JfsP, ST. PATRIICK DRIIUNKB.-S?-CYer lellornk alt drisoolerlics were arorcted oa St. Patrick's eve, Sa.turdcy night, cand were deelt cwith ill the usncl way. INSULTINte llimlAvIOlr.-l 'rederick VCer no3 n ?r lillled 20tO. or lthree days; he was 1abo chergclt with stealiog a whllt, nod re oIlllnlel for a cek oin1 his own recogi-. zEance. ?WIE DrieEITION.--A mlan named Michael Colnolor ws hollnld oretr bils onll recognilzacue nlllli a uroty of .£20), to pay lis. a rweek towann s Ilcs wife' aorp1iiort. I)lUeTr.-Oirdec for the nellrltc cWtre made ill thle follcceilg ecrs:-iflayncs lros. v. Jos. Logg, .015 Re. Ic.; Wrillhur Ilidcy '. 1I. liacirlleld, £12 12e. id.; lerrielit Mlcoilhly e. lan. Watt, Io. Id.; 12. J. Nilllcs v. T. Jolnsilriton, £2 Il0s. 1i.; Lillte Rlussell v. F. A. DOnllhlimll, 4?; T. llis v. J. langer, £8 Its. lI...
LOCAL INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889
LOCAL INSOLVENTS. --e A mna Tattelrshall, of Foster-strest, St. Kilda. Causes: Inability to pay debto contratcted oil her behalf by her huasband, who has since disappeared without leaving any trace of his whereabouts. Liabilities (alpproximate), £3,500; assets (approxi mate), £2,750; deflciency, £730. Mr. Coheti, o.ignee. Edwarl Walter Palner,of Chiusan-streetl, EastSt. Kilba, lateof Chapel.street, Wild hotr, Iuholsntrer, nowl out of bhljiCa.s Causes--Dlllnecss in basiness, sicknesj in family and pressure of ceelitors. Liablill. ties, £73 17u; ansets, £15 14s; deliieienc , £58 0 s. Mr. 11. C. Anderson, oflicial as signee. llarriett Ifliza Wilkinson, of I)algety. street, St. K(ilda, boardinghouse.keeper. Caases--Presiur of creditors, aiud ilavillng entered into an unlremnunerative husilless. Asoets, £31 10so; liabilities, £226 12S; our. plus, £80 18s. SIr, R. G.Jacoiib, assignee. James AiLthony Wise, of Balaelavna, clerkl. Caausesn-Los of employmei t and sicknbie of wife. Liabilities...
THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889
THE PARLIAMENTARY ELEC TIONS. Mr. G. Turner is maidng very satis factory progress, and his meetings are enthusiastic and unanimous'in his favor. Mr?Ir. . Langton seems to he playing wilth the electors up to the present. He would do well to deelare himselfton the war-path, or else withdraw. The electors want a man wihoe knows his own mind, to say tile least of it. Mr. Harris had a good meeting at South Yarra on Friday last, a report of which is published in this issue. Mr. Harris' friends and supporters are nact ively engaged in arranging their forces; and in various portions of the electorato stroengcommittees.havobeeno formed. Mr. Willis addressed an overflowing meeting at the town-hall, Prahran, last hight.Mr.'Hj.!Osment, the mayor, being i csl's ihair.i Mr. Willis spoke well, and, on the whole, received a goodhear ing. A full report of his speach will appearln Satuirday's issue. TholHon. Duncan Gillies' committees are working vigorously to secure his return. This ea'ning the hbon...
VOTERS, READ THIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889
OTErltS, EAD THtIB. At a oltiteil m'eettng thu othr evenisu g thIu ~ldidltt t.w beting quettotgd--irt o0 On tlbjuct; then on anoother. All of a stuluet a lady asked him to support ar bill l lahibiting thId sle of inferior tca. "I canuot Itterfere with the l'lierty of the subject, rtainam," alid the cauldidate, ?"but I willt ndvisue all my constituents to drilnk O Ily thu lure tea au)plted by tht l'alteto Tae Bacai:tr, 122 Chaleljlttreet, ouor dtoo Iral IHigh.street, at Is. 4, t. , Is. Bd, 2t., nlu 20. 6Ol. Iper lb. Tlis caludltaite will le ectul. CLtndidhltes, mlind your T' - AltyT.
THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. THE SOUTH YARRA ELECTORATE. MR. JOSEPH HARRIS BEFORE THE ELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889
THE PAJLIAMENTA1Y ELECTIONS. -- THE SOUTH YARRA ELECTORATE. SIR. JOSEPH IHARRI8 BEFORE TILE ELECTORS. Mr. Joseph Harris, who has been one of the mcmbors for the electorate of St. Kilda for the pblt nine years, hddrssead a nect ing of the electors of South Yarrm at Iitchell's hallt, Toomk-road, on Friday evening. There. was a large attcndoanco, the hall beinlg crowded to'oxccss. Cr. Fuller occupied the chair. The Chairman, in introducilng the candi date, hoped hoe wouhl be given a fair and impartial hearing. lie regretted that they had bcen unable to ecure tle neuse of the South Yarra hall for that. vedhring, as it would have been far more convenieot. Mr. Ilarris, who wao rccivcd with ap plause, said he joined with Mr. Fuller in ex pressing regret at their inability to procure na more commodlious hall for that occasion. The only hall in the -locality thalmt was at all adapted to such a purpose was tIhe Sbuth Yarra halnl. Ten days ago hlie and some of his committee had waited upon the...
STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889
STAMP DUTIES. A hi. sLalop is suicient for all cheque~, no uttlter what tile amount drawn inSy be; but In the case of bills of exchange altd poomissoto lotes, theO dutiets are to be retu lauted necolting to theo value of tle dtoco meat, as follows: Not exceedinlgt£25 t C .. !. lxeeediig .Q23, ald tot exceedi ing 40 £ ..0 . ... ls. Exeediog £50, and not exceedo og £75' ... ... :ls. Oil. Excealing £75, anlt not exceeod ing £100 ,.. . .,. .,, 2s. \there it exccedls £100 the fee will thttt o culclat?d at tho tate of lo for every 0labove tluht amoutt, or fractiotal part o1 LoO.
DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889
DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLE GIl. [tnon 0 ou n ov OIISPONE'SDEENT.] The Roev. Mr. Fairbrother, of Richmoluld, icIll be at Holy Trinity Chlrce thio mnornlng (Wedaolndny) to coaduct the haplcstanl service. There will atlo fo rervico every vownilg durilg Leot at 7i o'clock. On Monlday afternoon a stone.bre?nker, on returning to his hut after work, fouadI two tramps htld talen possevion. They lld an Imnionse fire oud all the nman's pro visions spreal before tlhem, wlich they wCere golng to etjoy, instea?dl of lewhichl tlhe ealco were giveel ia charge, anel arc v ow InIc the locL-up. .
PRAHRAN BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889
PRAHRAN BOARD OF. ADVICE. -4- The usual monthliy meting of the Pramhmran loard of 'Advicu was hold on' Friday evening, there being presont Messrs. Hendy (chairman), Simpson, Stewart, and Watson. Tmhe various head teachers for the district were also in attundqisco.., E?eNLAG5luENT O0 TlE HIGH-BTILEET S?oool.-A communication was read from the Education department notify ing that a contract had been let for the crection,df 2,000adiliti'onal square feet to the High-street school, and the probable date of its completion will be the s8th Jamir; '1889.. DoaTIONo TOWaRDns TaHE PIcNIC F~Ns.--MIr. WilliamDavies fownvarded ueheuliupfoi' f£2' 2s from'"Mra E. :J. Dixon t owardothe Statelchool pichic fund. Further subscriptions towards the same object were received from the following gentlemen, has follows: The Mayor, i1 is; Mr. Samuel Willis, £5; and A. Wighton, l1 Is. TonE PnoJrc D PsroNIC.-A conver sational discussion was entered into re the children's picnio, whilch is proposed to be held on ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889
THE FlINEsT TEAs THlE WORDId PRODUCES Sso0ld at stricily wholc.ale prirce by shlretyre Bro., tea merclhlnts, 233Bourke (nctbetwee Swanaton lt d IIus~ell-I Prs, . lelluu wnu, hand 11l Chalpcl.streut, I'IOFESSIONAL & MERCANTIIE MEN -4- Wc be g to draw attention to the follow ing, viz.:--?3 a year inlsure naginst ALL accidents to humnan liife, and sccure?s£1000 at death and t5 a week during injury. Irropoal foras n r.t all tl?rticlarrn of ae plictetio to thle COLONIAL MIUTUAL InnSUn ANCE COMPANY, 82 Collins-streot West. ONE TIHOUSeAND FIVe tIUNDRED Claimn hve beenll PArlD by TIII Company. The Fire Itriglads and Insuranuce Con piiat.s will no doubt eettle their dillerceene ehortly, and Kainit ettlled all louts ani an certain cure for dlarrhrha and dyenlltry yearsn ago. It ia highly recomnmled. an e Tesetimtonai ls by DIn. Gt. L. L. Lawomen, L.1lO.P. dinburgh, t M.R.O.S. England, Icoideut l'hysician, lallrueu d Inospital, N..\W.; Thns. Spehecer Lawry, M~.. and C.M., M.R.O.S., nme...
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. --+- 1. IF any perso ordrro hti paper to bo diseon?otlnuel, ho uust first p3y all arreaor or the publither toy coutineo to send until p~ymonrt is made, anl thencollectthe whole otunoot, whethter the paper is taken tfrom the oillco or not.. 2. The courte hatv decided that refusing to take noewspapere Inld pcriodicrls from the post-otltce, or rc movinganl leaviog them uncallcdt for, is primafaoetl evldncrt of intcntioll fnrald.
WORTH BEARING IN MIND. FORTUNES IN PRINTERS' INK. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889
WORTH BEARING IN MIND. FORTUNES IN PIttNTEtS' INK. Don't rexpect an advertisecmet to bear fruit in one night. Bread is the staff of humano life, ml advertising is the stalff ot bousiness. You ean't eat enough ill a week to last a year, and you can't advertise on that plan either. A thing worth doing is worth doing well. A thing wortl lverftising is worth advertising well. The enterprlising advertiser proves that he understantda how to boy, beceose ill ad vcrtisiing te knnows how to sell. If you cma arouse curiosity by an adver tisement, it is a point goiced. Tle fair sex don't hold all the curiolsity in tlhe worlei. e'cople twho advertise o tetonly in terce moaths forget that most folks cannot re nmember acnyttling longer tehan three day. Quitting advertising in dull timesa it like tearing out a dam because water is low. Eitlcer placn will prevent good timer from coming. . A constant dropping will wear a rock. Keep dlropping your advertisemett s on tile public, and they will soocn m...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889
Births. GURLING. –On the 10th inst., at Irrelagh, West- bury-street, East St. Kilda, the wife of W. J. Gurling, of a son. WILKINSON. –On the 10th March, at 15 St. Edmond's-road, Prahran, the wife of J. Wilkin- son, of a daughter. Marriages. SMITHURST–PRIESTLY. –On the 27th Febu- ary at the residence of the bride's parents, &nbsp; Egerton, Auburn-grove, Armadale, by the Rev. &nbsp; &nbsp; J. McBride, Samuel, youngest son of James Smithurst, of Cranborune, to Alice, second daughter of Charles Priestly. WREN–HALL. –On the 6th inst., at Glendora, by the Rev. Phillip Bailhache, Charles William Wren, of Adelaide, to Elenora Dora, eldest daughter of John Hall, Elsternwick, Victoria. Death. ROOFF. –On the 11th March, at 30 Cliff-street, South Yarra, Frederick William Rooff, only beloved son of J. C. Rooff, age 18 years and 3 months.
THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889
E PA!BA~1NTY ELEC TIONS. ilNomintions losed yeteday, 1 nd rn a lrahranfE J. Dixon, Samuel EVili,a uud . A tiusley robin. St. rill nd '..rt inurry smith, Henry ilda- ceorge Turner, and Frederick t South Yarra--David Blanshard, hlt rris, Edward Langton, and 8. L. oe Eastern Suburbsh -Duncan shntO Ja.mes Jloloney. Dandenong ci rFi k- Perival Longbottom, John eye, cfrt of the Coalition Committee eher friends induced.Messrs R. Iurray dan Jcnings to refer thie question nbir candidature to the consideration of Servi e, by whose decision both candi eM undertook to abide, with the result at r. ourray Smith Ihas retired fro m hecontest. r . Dixon's friends consider his trn 'ertain, but still they are working ,otenergetically to prevent possible de. at The candidate is being most cordi ly received at all his meetings, and will doubtelly poll excceedingly well. He ln meeting that any candidate should .rouda oFt the Oddtellows' Hall on oharlay evening, when he spoke at con derable length, and wa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889
Drapers and Clothiers. Exhibition WOOLLENS!!I EQPLE requiring a NEW SUIT of CLOTHES to attend thle forthcoming Elections, would do well to CALL AND INSPECT THE LARGE STOCK " OF Exhibition, Mosgeil, .- . . - . , d . Colonial Prize Tweeds, N- '6W O iO V I E W, AT P. GARDINER & C0o.'s, THE London and American Tailors, 55 CUHsEL-STREET, PRA H R AN, Near Toon, Hall, AND 121 OLARENDON-ST., SOUTH lIELOURNE. The Goodo we arc now advertising were ,manufactured cxpressly for the Melbourne International Exhibition, So ny PI'urclhser may Depend on * • Securing A. FIRST-CLASS SUIT At 100 per cent. BELOW ITS REAL VALUE. ur Note the Prices. COLONIAL GOODS: SPECIAL LINE TROUSERS ... 12s. Gd. ALL WOOL SUITS ... ...425. S Also, SPECIAL LINES AT ... ... 0S. 60S. 70S. MOSGEIL GOODS: SUITS... ... ... ... ss. 70s. 75s: BLUE SERGE SUITS ... 60s. BLACK AND BLUE WORSTED . SUITS, bound ... i5s., worth 8Os. INTENDING PURCHASERS eRISTILD OCOME EARLY A-m . Secure First Pick, 2.:A.u" .As tre insno doubt ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889
I'tOFESSIONAL & MERCANTILE MEN W' beg to drlmaw attcntion to the follow ing, viz.:--3 a year iosures atginst Art. nlccidents to human life, and secures £1000 t death and £5 at week during injury. Propo9: orl a l ortl n il particulars on ap plicationo to ttld CotoNIAL MUTUAL INSUlr ANCO COMtPANY, $2 Collino-street West. ONe TtousoAND t1l0l: IlUNDtEDo'Ctililg? hbave bell PAID by TIIlS Collmpanlly. TIIE FINEST TEAS THIE WORLD IPIODUOES '"' Are sold at strictly wholesale prices by MlIntyre lltros., te? meorchantos, :233 llouk. otreet (boto\rc S tlnltstoo aLtnd Itttluatl atreets), Mlbourne, and ll 6AIa Clapel-street, ThetFloire-ltrl adtt b"riad Insumtc Cool atnits will no doubt soettlt their ditffcrnces htortly, lol Kaltiwl settlled nll doubts as a certain cu21e, for dtiarrlltea anld dysentery ,earo Iago. It is highlt y reaonllllelltod.J Hro Testian2onlials by Drs. (;. L. Lt. Lawson, Rslu" hylianl lnrlnntdl H~osp~itll N.S.W.; Thoo. tlopectr Latwr, tI.1 . nrnt C.M., M.lt.C.S., nte...
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT: NEWSPAPERS. 1. I nally pereoo orders hifE paper tobe i njtinfln i, hIloet mu et rst pay all arrears or thie publisher mary continue to send Iutil payment is madet an then collect the whole ramoroit, rwliclfer the paper ia taken Irom the ofice or not. 2. The courts harve decided that reflsing to takle newspaprer and periodicals from tlle post-ollice, or re noving and leaving tilenl ui.a;lle;d for, it prilmafacie evidence of intentional fraud. . . : ·.. .... .,.: , , '
VOTERS, READ THIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889
VOTERS, READ THIS. At a political mEeting the other Evening the candidate w~s being questioned--first on one subject, then on another. All of a uoddcn a lady asked him to support a bill prohibithg 'the sale of inferior tea. "I cannot interfere with tile liberty of the subject, nmadanm" said the candidate, "but I will advise all my constituents to drint, only tihe pu?re ten stipplied bj Ihe lI'antera Tea Blzear, 122 Chapel-street, four doors from IHigh-strect, at lIa., s. d., Is. Sd., 2S., nd 2.' Gd. per lb. This candidatlle awill be eletcd. Canldidatle,: mind 'our T'? ADwT.
PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889
PARS PITHILY PUT. Tobin. Dixon. Willis. Turner. Harris. Tullett. " Lington. Jeanings. . Chapmanri. Blanslard. Tea spaukers.;, .' : .= 300 yellow boys. Davies duly elected. .Thlree cheers for Davi? !' Look out for our electiqon tip. Well dole, Senior-coostnable Eanglson I Election matter on our supplement to. dlay. Frank Lincoln--the prince of mimics anul humorists. Toby orsnot toby-that is. thd question with candidates. Tol?ik r not Tobia--that is the qulstion with one candidate. Tihe London Society paper, lanity 'h)ir, has been sold for £25,000. IHow many will be abla to give the elec tion tip announced in another column. Our issue of Wedncsclay next will bhe one of speciat .interest to candidates andt electors; so look out for it. The memorial stone of the new Presby. terian Church in Croimwell-roadl, Prahmn, will be laid this afternoon, at 4 o'clocl. MIr. Htenry Varley will speak this even.: ing at the townl-hall, Prahrean, on "The dvaunltages nud pbligatiols of chastity," men on...