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St. Kilda. MR. GEORGE TURNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

S*t. Kilda. ?3n. GEOGEp TURNER. Our reporter cdlled at Mr. George Turner's re~sidenc, but he wars nuo at home. Bury elcctionerti lg, we suppoor. The u·xt best man to sre w,? the IltldO fatigablo secrctary, .Ir. W. It. Itartlcy, and we coneqlucntly rcpairut to his estab. Ifslhjcrt i4 Carllulu.?treet. In reply to o0r'reporter's qucry as to how near Mr. Turner' would conlic to winning the comlbat MIr. Hartlcy replied: Mr. George Turner is most undoubtedly one of St. Kilb'imost popular citizens, and that popularity is, no doubt, due to the fact that during his thir teen years' residence In this borough he Imn devoted himself both publicly ond privately to the interests of the people, no task being too large for his attempting and eventually aceomplishing. HIis untiring efforte for the filling-up of the Elwool swamp have won him many friends in the immediate neighbourhood of thatvwhilompestspot. Iftis ble cfotfortfor the removal of the Inherman street level crossing have also secured him...

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MR. S. WILLIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

Mn..S. WILhh.s. Mr. S. Willis was diseu?sing the "poll tLcal situation" with some friends at his committee rooms, at tile Royal George hlotel, when our reporter entered, bent on hlrs interviewing miwsion. reporter: Good morniig, Mr. Willis; weawanc t to kn6ow how you are progresina politically. SIr. Willis ;:. Oh, firsteclnee, thank you; we are sangineoo of success. Mly supplorter. ore deteroined lto nmake a Iig effort to pdace me in the premier position on polling day. Ileporter : Blee pronised strong support, oht ,Ir: Willt.l: Oh, yes; I will receite a ntuber of itraiglt puarty" vote?, uni, reckonlng everythling, if my friends conme well forwavrd, as I believe they will, I think my success It pretty certaIn.l Reporter: We wish you every uccess; go in and wil. hlly up your frienls. Every vote counta, remenmber. 'Ir. Will I; Thank you; I can see you rcnwell-wlshlr. :.. Reporter: Ta, t. ; we will be at the town.hall to.mprro uevening.

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VOTERS, READ THIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

VOTERS, IREAD TIIS. At a political meetuing tihe other evening the candidate was being questioncd--lirst on oe sabject, then on another. All of a sudden a lady asked him to support a bill prohibiting the nale of inferior tea. "I cannot interfere witli the liberty of the subject, nmadamn," aid tih candidate, 1"bt I will adviso all my constiituents to drirnk only thie pue tea supplied by the Planters Tea Bazaur, 122 Chapel-t?reet, four doors from High-street, atn Is., Is. Id., Is. 8d., 2s., and 2s. fd. per lb. This candidate will be electid. Candidates, mind your To. AlVT.

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MR. JENNINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

Mr. JENNINGS. .Our interviewing.scrilr on three'orrfour' occasioni was sent in scorch of Mr. Jen nings, orsomo one qualified to spcok on his behalf, tut could not ,eo'tho gcnticmann himnslf or .hi . xecutive sgents.

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MR. FRANK LINCOLN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

MR. FRANK LINCOLN. We have occarionally dealt very severely with caterers for the amusement of the public in Mlbourone on account of the trashy nature of the programmsc sub. mitted. It is remarlable that some of the plays in the city of nlate have not been hooted off the stage. A striking contrst to this order of thlings is afforded in the rntertainmennts that hlave been giveu hy JMIr. Frank Lincol at the Athencoum. This gentleman may be truthfully styled the prince of mimnics, humorists, anl wits. For two hours each evening during the past fortnight Mr. Lincoln has de lighted and astonished enmwded houses with his wonderful and'indescribable iower of mimicry and humor. In an interesting way he begins by describing the benelits of hunmr annd its many phases. In the musical lilne he is very clever in his imitation of personages of a vocal and instrumental turn of mnind. His imitation of animals chts, dogs, Imogs, etc.-is remarkable, and must be witnessed to be appreciated. Mr. Lincol...

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MR. FREDERICK TULLETT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

no. FREDERICK TOIU,?LETT. We enrdlevoored to see MIr. Frederickl Tullett, but were unable to find the gentle man at Iome, or at Ils committee rooms. Under these circumstances we had recoursne to oMr. Knox, one of his secretaries. Our reporter: Mr. Knox, we are noxious to learn from you how MJr. Tullett stands a. regodls hit chancesof sUccees. Mr. Knox : Wellhis chancesare brighten ing, and have been brightening continu onsly, dilring the last week. MIr. Tullett is the calnidalnto chosen by the shop employrs uion to ?eceive the support of shop assist nts, as well as those initerestd int giving reasomnable hour of labor to the retail trade gcenorally; and as Mr. MIurray Smith, the coandidate to whom the St. Kildh Temper. nince P'olitfal Council pledtgcd their sup: port, has retiral ,Mr. Tullett has now been chosen. Rleporter: A sort of "than.yonu-for nothing" favor, eli I Mr. Knox: I have nothing to ay upon that subject. IBut I may tell you that Mr. Tnllett has receivedl extraonrdinar...

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POLICE NEWS. ST. KILDA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 22ND MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

POLICE NEWS. ST, KILDA POLICE COURT. FnIDAY, 22ND 3MAILCI. Before the Mlyor and Messrs. Nooon anod Turner, J's.P. A BLACK VAGOANT.--WVillio Coolie, aI Fijianu,';mbe i or bcing folmd by niglht without lawful excuse on the premises of Annie Reynolds. At 11 o'clock p.m. on th O20th inst.,Coolie w.s. founld in, Mrs. lRcynold's wnashousce, where e tilntcded to "go to roost." iHe is an old offender in nthis respect, and has onWy litey comoe o of gnol. The bench remantled him for is week, with the view of lmving him trans norted to Fiii. A TRAMWAY COLLISION.-Jm mes urnos, a cabman, waos ccnPcdl of negligeot dlrving. HIe came in collisilon with a trmcnrr at the intersection of High and Carlisle-strects, on the 8th inst., and suolfred injury both to pocket anl pcrson. As it was prcly an ccident the case was dinmisted. lt H1 Mo.nD -- William Simmolls woas charged with lunacy. According to the good doctor, Hr. Neild, Simmons is a lunatic, but Drs. M'Mfullen and Keogh testitied to his not being...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

IHOW TO BUY TELA. IM'Intyr Broms., pure tS in i and 121b lamily boxa; arm plenlid family tam. N.E.-At strictly who amla prices, Is. ,L, 1I. Ld. lb. Pi2 Bourkv-stret and I1GA Chapelastreet, Prahmu.-ADVT. I'tOFEStIONAL & ŽIEIRCANTILE MIEN We beg to draw attention to the follow ing, viz.:--Mi a year insures agatnst ALL ottidento to human life, and ecuren£t1000 ot death and £5 a week during injury. Proposal forms and nll panrticula on ap plication to the COLOTIAI MUTUAL lSUaft ANo COMPANY, 82 Collins.etreet Weet. ONE THOUBAND FIVE HUNDRED clainms hnave been PAID by THIs Company. .The Fire lBrigede and Insunrnce Com pnis will no doubt settle their differsce,. shortly, aled iuniai settled all dobtrs as a certain cure for dilarrltel anud dy?entery yrs ag. ILlis hlighly rrecomnlendled. See Teotisooials hsy lire. (;. L. L. Laween, L.R.C.1'. Edinburgh, 31.M.C.t. Englhds, llcntdcnt Physician, Ilhunmnled IIospital, N.St.W.; Thoe. Spencer Lawcry, M.. illts C.,I.L.C.S., i., member of the ...

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PRAHRAN POLICE COURT. MONDAY, 25th MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

PRAHRAN POLICE COURT. IMONDAY, 25th SIARCH. Before Dr. Fetherston, and Messrs. Finlay, Kilpatrick, michell and Sykes, J's.P. IxJO Ise.G lIun?AVnO?.-3aria Allen, a middle-aged woman, was fioned by the mnagistrtes 10s., writh 2s. lid. o.sts, or 24 hours' imprisooment, for insulting be A hNoTonIous VAGAnT.-A disreput able young woman named Kate Breakwcnell, made her re-appnearance before the Bench for vagrancy and obscene language. She was sentenced to twelve months on the first charge, and 1I days on the second. A JUYENILE THIEF'.-Ario Rielly, a girl about nine yenrs old, come up for steal ing a doll, value Ss. 6d., from the shop of Agnes Manning, and a doll's penmbulator from the ollnp Uo Mnrio Cootl,. Youn Annie was formalnly -entroced to a month's imprisonment. This sentence, however, will not be onforced unless she commits herself again during the next six months. TeIEFT OF A Orlle'.--FrCderick Veronn was fnmed 10s., or 2J hours, on a charge of stealing a whip, value 1ls., the pro...

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TUESDAY, 26TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

TUESDAY, 26TH MARCuH. Before the Mayor and Mr. Noonan, J.P. ABUSIVE LANOUAGE.-HannRah Hyneo, a reoident of Young-street, Balaclnva, came up for using obscene tlangnge. She wao fined 5s. for using obscece language, and for disobeying a summons Hannah wa~s mulctled in a similar amount. M[INon SIs.--lobert Thomas, Dougal M'Gregor, Miichacl M'Mthon, and R. C. Patterson were each fined for nallowing their c~ttle to waKnder. DEBT CASES.-Edward O'ooncinell v W. J. Dawson, goods £3 2s. ld.; verdict with 5s. costs. Dobie anld Silverwood v. Adcer son and Tripp, work and Inbour £20; verdict for £17 10., with 26s. costs. S. J. Sincock v. MIr. Bissell, work nod labour £6 10s.; verdict for amount. William Caldcr v. Manfred RIlodwell, use and occu pation £3 10s.; verdict with 2s, Gd. costs. E. Bennett v. Mr. Ridgway, work and labour £3 Es.; vcerdict for £1 10s., with 70. costs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

Drapers and Clothiers. • Exhibition WOOLLENS!!! PEOPLE requiring a NEW SUIT of CLOTHES to attend the forthcominug . Elections, would do well to . ,ALL AND INSPECT TIIE LAlG1Et STOCK i or Exhibition,. Mosgeil, AND Colonial .Prize Tweeds; NO O'V 0 N V I E W, AT P. GARDINERI & CO.'S; THE London and American Tailors, 54 CHIAPEL-STREET, P R A RII R AN, Near Town Hall, AND 121 CLARENDON-ST., SOUTH M?ELOURNE. The Goods we are now advertising were manufactured expre?sly for the Melbourne International Exhibition, So any Purchalscer may, Depend on Securing A FIRST-CLASS SUIT At 100 per cent. BELOW ITS REAL VALUE. OP Note the Prices. COLONIAL GOODS: SPECIAL LINE TROUSERIS ... 12s. Gd. ALL WOOL SUITS ... ... 42s. Also, SEoIAL LINES AT ... ... 50s. Os. 70s. MOSGEIL GOODS: SUITS... :. ,' .. ..: 65s.70s 75s: BLUE SERGE' SUITS ..'" 60s. BLACK AND BLUE WORSTED SUITS, bound ... GSs., worth 80s. INTENDING PURCHASERS SIHOULD COME EARLY AND Secure First Pick, As there is no doubt I.. THERE WILL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

Special Advertisements. JANTEDq LAD for SHOP; C. T. Light,' Austnltin T ,iorig Es tnblishslont, 150 C?hapel -treet, SouthY Yarm. LOST-SPECTACLES, Prince-sI-reet atlurry. street, or Le6. is-r red; 5,. rewanl: Apl)y Jenkihs furniture shop, Chapelstreet, JASIES' ANDRlEWS, Sddle, nnllses nap Collar DlNker, 5 lligh-,treet, St. KJlds, olp lasito Poste-oice. Rep:lirs ofevery der riptini staly san, promptly exee ted. . I ol SUCKLING, Col}tr alnd Oven ,kidr. ans. . Os,enerl Illackbsnith,.Chlpcsl.-trst, S5t5 Yarrs' (t'st'S l'tSthIbes. Oen.,, Kitcht b ,Lmg, mnl every ,1t?'er'ifle .f hron Work ,suds nd iepairt d. I k, l, sitter. a specialt,. [II{03LAS IOA?AN'r, Pianoforte Tuner ndlu Repairer, Carlislcstreet (at Vis.' Bros.' New.' AeLcy), IlI elan;' and MIr. R. Kiu{ llall'x, JV u olsor. I Hrte Icmelr of Mnhicll JnryMlcloullla o Eshibition. ý EISWOOD! FIREW\OODI--Cos old Coke, 1 BoA . Hklok; l.. ,cr srt.,w by ths lUsd deli; ered; , tonss plitsit I?., ?,; 2 tous s plit rdsl Lun, 5t.; to.lls, lit ?...

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AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

AS WE GO TO PRESS. MIr. It. Brooksb manager of White's boot oLtablishmento ; o i tPliofran, is receiving plendrid support in regard to the Hallao enefoit, a reference to which appears in nolther column. , Mr. E.tlule announces that he will open his new fiurnishing establishment in High strect, I'rahran, next Saturday. If "Shareholder" will hend his name (not for publicatio) his letter will appenr on Weduccday Iext. A. I;.' idulshaw, Windsor, C. II. lonmer, lhuth, Yarra, John Hill, I'rahran, W. D. 'oullr, 'Palenlhm, aoid A. Dickilnon, 'Prh ran; are.tho soccessful tipsters in our Tip Competltion. An interesting report of the South Yerra Primitive Ifethodiit Sunday-school anii ,ersary is in type, but is unavoidably held over for Wednesday's issue. ' A police' tation has at last been estlab lished at Balaclava. Senior-constable Councll has beeoon transferred from St. Kilda'Ito the chargdoof. the hew station: The old station at East St. Kilda will not be done away with, but one constable...

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MAGISTRATES DECISIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

'MACIHSTIATES' DEUCISIONS. Sir,---Sout sixu wecs ago L t occasion to snue my usband for mainitenance before the 'rahran court, and the magistrates stittiu oin the bench gavd on order thit ho was to provide me with 10o. -ebkly, and bound him over in two sureties of £23 each to insure this being done. I would likelto know whose duty it is' to sic thile nagis ttnters'order carried out, as my husband' paid his sceurities and departed for Sydnoy and I am rnlot iccetioig a enhily from him No action seems to hatv been takeq l?y tieo police or nuyhody else to enforce the ut der of the magisirtt es; therely compelling me to earn my:own livelihoodi and I nm now employed at one of our leading banks. 1t surely, think, there mu!st be a flaw ome where, and if thel dcciions of utr angis tmtcs ore set atnought it) this tashito, it is nearly ol.ine that tliing w'ere altered, and I might ask throgh your mediuml if tlte seceritids Ialmt by lly hIusbtnd aboltd not chie to me eas fulfiltent of '.the uor...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR MR. S. L. CHAPMAN'S COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR MR. S. L. CIIAP?IAN'S COMMITTEE,' Sir.-As a kind of reply to the report of your representative's interview withi me with reference to the split up.in Mr. fS. L. Chalpman's commlittee, the following has been issued in-hand-bill form : SOUTH YARRA ELECTION. PumULIc NOTICe. S. L. Chapmano's committee dismissed W. O. Cotlone for want of cofldence. Remento br W. 0. Coulson's statements reardling the Educttion Act ore utterly fIlse. Mr. Chaptmno did gire £5 5s to the Little Sirters of the Poor, foflowiog the roost :Huo of the tt . 31. I. Daries, I.P., tnie tho tfor. Jas. &orricc, and other premitrot protett ants. "Charity knoweth no dibtietionr in creed, clas, or nationality." J. ELLIt S?tIt:T, Hon. corresoneding secretary. Now, Sir, ns tile qucation was first touched upon in your widely circulating journal, I desire tllrough thie same mletdiuml to give a ptblic aul flat denial to the state. mellt that " Mr. Chapman's committee dmisissed me," and further I ch...

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ST. KILDA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 29TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

ST. KtILI)A P'OLICE COURT. FInDAY, 2Tit 31AfRCH. Itefore the Mayor and Ir. Geeo. Turnor, DF)llr Cases.--Jlnl BIurtol v. Thos, 'ierless, dishonored chequce, 3; order ins cost. J. J. Buddh v. Geo. W\et, goods, .C1 fs; order with 5s costs. E.. A. Mier v. T'hos. Moyle, goode , £11 In ; ver diet with ns costs. 31. G. Phillips v. Jos. Finlay, goods, £2 Its G(; order with is costs. Thos. Allan v. L. lredale, goods, £ll cis 7t; verdict for £31 5.7,t. J. Miller and Co. v. Jan. Ilyth.goods,C£12 s; verdict with s cost. Samne v. Joel Bllouten, goods and work, £1 4 Jol ; ver dict. C. WVeid v. Geo. Glaswicli, goods, CIS I-s i( ; verdict with as costs. J. ete Cartney v. .Nelson, goodsl, Ils dt; ver dict with as costn. Samte v. Frank Fin. more, ,goods, 15.s; ordelr with as osts. Sanme . Janmes Quinn goods, s7 7d; orner Witth 3s cchts.

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GASALIERS AND BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

GASALIERS AND BATHS. -4Aueh- Yeou can get these chcnper ;and! best at Danks and Sons; 42 (bnly) iBdurke-sticet, west. Ask if you amr i the right shop.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

"l.tsDns all round !" The elections are over, and all parties should allow political antagonisms to repose peace fully among the ashes of the departed' polling-day. As fellow-citizens. we should now resume, without hesitation! or hitch, the friendly relationships of: the past in as complete and undisturbed a form as if there had been no recent exciting political contest in our midst. Those who are imbued with manly spirits, and who possess the instincts of gentlemen, will not be the worse friends because they. differed in politics on Thursday last. it is but tie narrow minded bigot that will nurture andi retain vindictive feelings towards those who considered one candidate was better qualified to represent the con stituency than another. We trust there are none such in Prabirati, St. Kilda, or South Tarra; and we hope and believe that the gentlemen in whom the electors have entrusted their privileges are above tile miserable, petty lmeanelss and vindictiveness of representinig and p...

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POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, 28TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

POLICE NEWS. Pl'tAillAN POLICE COURT. TIUIRtDAY, 28TH 31ARCH, ' BIefore': Mssr. Alley (I'.M.), Finlay, Harris, Michell; and Osoenot,J's.l'. A VIAieco.-Mariar ? Alleat, rwo :was up on Motnday for insolting behaviour, was -gion put forward to answer a charge of )obsceoe lianguge., The objectionable phmrcs were givet oxpression to in Chapel street on Wednesday evening, and the poenalty iso'.tid!0 r 1',days' A TlllF.F.--J; le.o M'Neil, for stealing carpenters' tools, value 12s. lid., the pro perty of Joseph OWilliamos, received a month. The tools were stolen from o? office, which was broken into on the night of thle itl inst. On another charge the prisoner was romanded to Port Melbourneo AMATEtRt LITIGAN'Ts.-Samoel Green berg sued A. I)oveto to recover i£ 7s., for work and labor, b)t the summons was struck out, as complainant dill no disclose the particulars of his claim on the face of the summons. Another case, " Popular Equitable Drapery Store" v. Samuel tDicklens,, goodsr' 3:I 9d.; w...

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VOTERS, READ THIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

YOTElS,! llAD.TTHIS. At a political meeting the other evening the candidate was being questioned-firat on one subject, then on another." All of a sudden a lady asked him tg support.h bill prohibiting the sale of inferior tea. "I cannot intrerfere with the liberty of ths oabject, madam," said tho candidate, "but I will advise all my conetituents to drink only the pure tea supplied by.the Planters Tea Banaur, 122 Clmpel-street;.four doom. from Ilighistdt ast)ls., Is. sd., Is Sd., 28.o and L2. Gd. per lb. This candidate will be elected. Candidates, mind your T'95 ADVT.

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