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ST. KILDA. ONE SEAT—3223 ELECTORS ON THE ROLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

ST. KILDA. 3l: SI:AT-3223 ErECOTORS ON TIH; IloLr,. Out of six camlidates wlho originally tame forwars l to contest the seat for the ieewly-constitfted electoral district of St. Kilda, bfat three allowed themselves to go h the poll. The Hoe. James Campbell meounced hie appealfto the constituency ith thile object of giving.battle to MIr. Thomas lBet in his Blrighton stronghold, nd Mr. If. .Murray Stlith withdrew at the bidding of Mr. James Service, to whomhlad been entrusted the arduous and delie;te fask of deciding between the relative claims ef that gentleman and Mr. Jenniong, an Ather Consereative and coalitionist candi late. Mr. Mrmray Smith's action, although it wsas rsat magnanimoalO5, did not meet with tlhe entire approval of hlis followers. who signilied their inltentionl of not voting for the candidate in whose favour the retired. Tle three gentlemen before tile electors . were M3~res. It. J. lennings, F. Tullett, and G. Turner, all novices to par linssentary life, hilt each...

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AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. PRESIDENT'S NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSO. CIATION. PRESIDENT'S NIGHT. Tho, quarterly meeting of thb Prahn'i branch of the Australian Natives' Association was held in the Friendly Societies' Hall, Cecil-place) on Wednesday evening. There wa, an uniisually large attendance of members and visitors, the former roll ing up "in force in anticipation of i?-iring a treat of booming frodifthL Iigguuns of the association, who wer (I~aected to be present.-' Amongst'th visitors were Mr. M. H. Davie% gaisdle of'tvhd Legeisntiveo Aseinbl l ad sevaral representatives .from th' "vorious metropolitanibranches,. Meassr :q. L. Pirves,' Q.C:; president of the board of 'directors, and John M'Gregod Spresident of the Now South Wal4 board;' proimisdd to: attend,.but failel to put in an lappearance, the formed gentleman :being 'called away to opee : hbranch o:f the' iso'ociation 'at .Numurkah. At.the-invitation of Mr? nhurch,;presidcnt of the branch, those present sat down to a repast of light rec freshments; afterdoing j...

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PICNIC OF VICTORIAN CARRIAGE CO.'S EMPLOYES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

PICNIC OF VICTORIAN CAR RIAGE CO.'S EMPLOYE§. -4- The annual ptcnic of the employes of the Victoria Carriage Company wase held on Monday, at the picnic ground, on the creek at Dandenong, and proved to be a most enjoyable and successful outing. Great credit is undoubtedly due to the energetic secretary, Mr. Hooker, his committee; and the employes, who worked well for the success of the gathering. The holiday-makers were con veyed ini five large dmgs to the rendezvous, and entered heartily into the amusements and sports provided. At noon an adjourn ment was made to the Royal Hotel, where ample justice was done to an excellent dln ner. Mr. J. W. Clapham was voted to the chair, and the following toasts were duly honored :-" The Queen," "The frm," "'Employes," "Ladies," and "Success to theannual picnic." In the evening about 140 friends and employes assembled in the show-rooms of tihe etablishment, where dancing and other amusements were entered luto with spirit. The rooms were neatly de...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. AFTER-TEA GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

THE LADIES' COLUMN APlTIl-TIA 088i1p" Bly f1LA. A vcry 0rioun paillting, wlrooh, the euldently ro-ooocolotd is supposl o 0o theo 11bll cetory, maiy, o on In ColIdI. of SIt. Ilory, Wioton;o It is tile' figure Of nI irnooi witht leer (emhlilo ntic of aittneaai:~ i' thu cnMof on 000. (patU1ncc0OOn ),dxoe fIts 1010!h (secrecy), the lfied of a 0 t fnstidiollxle. s), lito rightelau hl rul open10(fnoqoflnoitoo rtliay e1,01 1 net ln Iris aide and shield oilohis left hand gont 101himsel! and1 1,ster), out a htino closely butLtoned (nentnlIcss)" Thedcniy of thue figre is bhneath, in Lati nod 01 .>:/rt' -jul- ilk~o l P ( Werstlorlodo Lodge, 12 182 or 81gu, CflOnolnid we aCr teLdy thue g1,est01 Iu theporrjnol wo 1the, luke, l hhnuk, 111011 ollI 111100 Iftino lfy OtIjitlitolt 1R that thu cl0ooult sholl00,dt1l~jt some otltccr1, ullo hall1 gooroour, from 1ic0, lfll cft llth Iluuse. MoilsL in early tites 1 er0 olnly Buol, trlllImmed w1ith for,tlfIb Covering 1ein,' velvet or satin: Tile' duo 0:ri...

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DON'T SHIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

Itnly n qnv trnlruliilu 1 'f,! r at John hulki It iu o li jJJij, jý"'rntJ.J1 .u I JJ L11)10 1 1

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

PRAHRAN. 1:.T--3322 lErOrols o.' TtIi lIorr,. 'rahu considemlle excitement pre. all dlay, fru Ilhe orpening of tie ' rtlh, at 8 o'clockl in the maornirlg. he cloinog thereof at aseve o'clock in e )eng. urig thle day, itllhe ries and cormnitteemen of thie rarr audidata wrere ta be seen strongly ent with hatls belckeld writh " Vtei for Willis," "Lvote for " "' rote for Tobill "-these a were tle utternl ,imllti;lnusly as each dab elal:r,/trar ,{rove tI tie town-laall. aldalre,of oi?re. wrIar plrrsenta. M[r. aith a .milier, face. smnokig a gn" alt i f.iafall ilii Iarmi anll er, wisa i e anla eryrawhere; Mr. lixor jas , atl,ltld collected, rwillt a ville . lOrarltaofr~tlnppresecxiteljnlt. ll s tir-earetary, Mr. W. Davies. war r t re.and worked well aurd hrar forhs .Mr. TobIl warrr 'tiet, glltlelll lyr late, aud r. G. II. Scott was .o, at ao Wia thie .eat for lis candiddle. thorlOlic.blcl'. elctonteo'erel." were i s, and flctty, al ed l esa;la . A! I. ien, l a. Cheel, "iles, A. 31. 11@, I...

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JUST AFTER THE BATTLE. THE GENERAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

ATTTERTHE THE ERAL ELECTIONS. oy PaVnrllnamnt-the fouorteenth cot of Victoria-whltcli was elected lay, marks a distinct era in thile history on this colony ; and let .us c ninety.-ol gentlcmlcn in wolip?m tituencies have repdsed their cbn trill dischargo tht?i- petii' ,ith credit to thcmsoelit, patl to (tio and lolvanwcemnt.of ~ ir "lorious ontests, i?r"anhrnm,7.tli .ilba, and morn, nlthutighi, e;.eiting, wer i a moslt orderly'nmnner, and, riotl undl political nntaonoisn which 0l to no uncoiolerablo extncllt,J ntl urrent of . peronal.. friendship theopponclnt .andl their soppoporters, nlbaltesfougbLt.iii ?rnluan 'nd St. ,hore eccially, were purely locanl s andl inll Soutn iYarn a thtr was ' perlceps, to a leas ,at.ent,--~4 ingspirit of" locllsnti:"" 't ' ' are ll, friends," sccmf lltbbe the of the day. " We arietll flields; c lived together;,w;e have :worlked r; our businesses have grown with panion of our towns; wn have one anotheor for years; nldn we are fog to fall oul' now over'...

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LOCAL INSOLVENCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

LOCAL INSOLVENCY. W.ilter Cavalir, of Ilileý,lgiom- ·recc St. K~ilda, formrlylll of Ilauldcllorld bnlrter. t'auses-lhctjrecitttiuollin thetlcOf free. hold I i to 1·1 IIIIIU cll b~jIy Ilill, III inabil)iity· to raiic oooy o to rho ofority(of hs foTec lIhI to'jtlortio, onficiontt to toot If, litbilitiooon, thMIr b tcate duo.'' I btiltLo., £2t2;7 I,2O71 10:1; to~otl, £37,t'21 t ; bu. p1to £13,ui3 7., 21I. 31r. Atouto

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THE LATE MR. NAT. HALLAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

THE LATE MR. NAT. HALLAS. BYl A LOVos OP foUSIO. It is the ommon lot of man to die's be forgotten, nnd not more thaniono'in'f million can reasonably hope to lib ranked mongst the deathless few, no- matter howv slever or how indeofagitaleo' in good works. rut amongstrtlio great army of workels, lho are constanltlytoiling on in tile laisl hble.eldeavour :to make the world msre pleasant sdid I;suttful, there are s ome few vho stand out'iiore promnlenitly lthan thelit follows.s; l:fuidditin..to. the special facul lies-thety htavi for theift pectliar art or ltopfutotn they-iare also epldowodsito-ththst force&of'charactcr, oncnsgy"inl tact, that nables them to enkindle in others a love ld ethutsoiasm for whatever is iheautifid in lnatoe or art. To this class of men be longed the late Mr. Ilalls, wlo was so well andl favourablv knowl In I'Prahnllt as it foounder of tltalls' lrrelfier City Banld. As ý tnuincfnn tic was n - iihftoniticet ii srces uid in all probability no n5a0in Aous...

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STEALING CARPENTERS' TOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

STEALING CARPENTERS'TOOLS. A cptOOmlllCttltlc fellowo, io thoe icon of WVillioooo Flood, moode lis debout Bofore the Si. Kilelo cour o bevtcrnl i, tocoi hsr twco I cctgo, of oboalioog orjoloreCut ooie. TIhe ipllooooots belob, cl too I'Perc y 0Ii ogc llollocoooool .ooohcoc Olo0cll, jobl woo, vallll ~l tit I loo*. ntli,\PL' ItOn. rclilletiivuy. ' fe y i w lere .omoool.Co: it buildin,. ill 0Io,11 bfeetooboo fooo 00enil: i heegto th1e l fo I.sl, 000w0l 000,e tlook,, boy tho printcr to coobobPCro 0 ooohobroliug C toio bibooocbol, obuwltc st'e, Iticlboobf, ; o thel folll ioI boooroog, when the booob ner t]tti -Ipce oof boeior, itbthif, ooosobgicontboobo ctlltobobv. b e lofoomal theo Rloolo that boo booootbocworking wcbithth boot l0000 booa ooooooooob bloc crimeo, only tIlboob bon 0000orunok on the boo bigLt MLooob boo oliol ib. TheI iboooCbo bclleal Itiuo too 0 oo'b oioixowoeoimprsonme n ,000 cooolo clhoogo,, o,,ooooboio o.

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SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. * -4-- Br O.0. The elections have been the all-absorb ing topic amongst our sporting men this past week. They have all had their favor ites,. and some of the "boys" have,been working vry hard. The "Saint's" colors w*re up at St. Kilda'; they were carried to thofront and to victory. In Pmhmnithey seemed tobe in favor. Mr. Willis has met with defeat. The Haivkshbirn start a good match to day against the senior second eleven of the Melbotirne Cricket Club. The match takes place on the Melbourne ground, and as the Hawksburn intend putting a good team into the field, a good match may be ex pected. The Southern Cross have closed for the season, and, therefore, play no more matches. W. Lockett has been playing with the Hlawksbrn, and should be a great acquisition to them. The South Yarra Union resume their match against the Queenbury. At pre ent the game stamnds :--Union, first innings, 65 ; Queensbury, 3 for 47. The Prahran Juniors play the St. George's at rear of ...

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ANNUAL MEETING OF THE PRAHRAN AMATEUR MINSTRELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

ANNUAL MEETING OF THE PRAHRAN AMATEUR MIN STRELS. The' iaual meetingf?ifther I'lhru uAmat. eur 3linstreFl was hld on Wednesday evet - ing. Thie b.tlancu nhuct for the year, which was rudul and adopted, ahowed that dulring the year four f oncerts were given-three in the town-hull, and one in the 'country. l'The bet atlld tiut .ucuuelsful bciug the oe i the tultownu-hll I tlih I:1th Mlarch in aid of the Blind Asylum. Tie hamlsomo aumuof £13 17s 2d, handed over as the tiett Iroceeds. The eleclion of I olicecbUare rs emulted ino the re-election of Robert' Malr. tall, us manuager,t and 3r Ciarl Woss as coutlary nlld trusuer. After movinlg a ote of thluuks to ,tilhe uhairmal Mr Mur. ha:ll,'th meIeting Lloeld wishinug succese t the l?rahru Amateuur 3liustrils fur thle esuilng year.

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DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLEIGH. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] The opening athletic sports in connection with the Oakleigh Amateur Athletic Club will take place in the local cricket ground on Easter Monday, the 22nd prox. The affair promises to be a very great success It is under "distinguished patronage," and Mr. Wmin. obinson, the enterprising and courteous secretary, thanks to his energy and a good committee, Ims been enabled to submit a really first-class programme of sports, comprising fifteen intereting events. Nominations will be received up to 8th April, to 8 o'clock p.m., and handicaps will be declared three days later. These sports should be a very big success, as is everything that Mr. Robinson undertakes. The enticing programme must induce a large unumber of entails, and as the handicappers, Messrs. J. Vance, F. Parsons, and E. Dunne, are thoroughly competent and up to their rather un thankful task, some close finishes anu interesting contests generamlly should be witnessed. Our...

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

CYCLING. -4--~ The Southern District Cycling Club run to Mordialloc to-day starting at 2 pm."

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SOCIETY MEETINGS. THIS column is placed at the disposal of secretaries of local societies, etc., from whom PITHY reports will be gladly accepted. MOUNT ERICA WESLEYAN MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

SOCIETY MEETINGS Tuos mlumn is plsaad at the dirroml of Mties of local socties, etc, from whom retort wnll b glaly neooptod. MOUNT ERICA WESLEYAN M ?ITUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. The quarterly meeting of the above took place at the schoolroom on Thursday night last, in the form of a re-union fruit soirde. Each member was entitled to be accompanied by three friends, which swelled the number to about 100. The Rev. William Burridge (president) pre. sideld, and carried out the progra?~mme in an ellicient manner. The usual songs and re citations were listened to with attention but the chief feature of the evening's en' joyment came with the interval, which lasted about half-an-hour, during which the members, together with a number of the fair ex pressedl into service, were busy handing round plates, heaped up with. luxuries, whichb, judging by the number of empty bnanaa skins and tenanutle,s grae stalks strewn about, were heartily appreci ated. During the interval the society's library was ...

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MUNICIPAL NEWS. PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 25TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

MUNICIPAL NEWS. PRAHRAN COUNCIL. MONDAY, iMAlca 25To. Present-The Mayor, and Cra. Beatty, Parry, Ellis, Inglis, Wighton, Edwards, O'Donnell, Fuller, Forbes, and Herald. REMOVING SOIL.-A complaint was read from Mr. Olassford, regardnling the removal of hundreds of loads of sand and surface soil from Rose-street. The matter was referred to the public works committee, the surveyor to take steps, In the meantime, to provent any further removal of the soil. ACCIDENT IN CIIAPEL ST.--Mr. J. S. Cmwford put in a claim for damages sus tained to his buggy in Chapel street on the 1Oth inst., a wheel of which went into one of the tmramway apertures. The matter was referred to the legislative committee. WINDson FIRE BRIGADE.--In COm pliance with a request, it was decidedl that the council view the apparatus at the Windsor Fire.Brigade station on Monday evening at 8 o'clock. STEAM FIRE ENGINE.-A letter was cad from the Malvern Shire Council, ask ng for further information with regard to the purcha...

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ST. KILDA FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 30 March 1889

ST. KILDA FOOTBALL CLUB. The annual meeting of the above club, was held on Tuesday evening last, in the Prahan Town-hall, Mr. G. McGill occupied the chair. The attendance was one of the largest ever seen in the hall, and the ut most enthusiasm prevailed throughout. After the minutes of the Juniors aRnull meeting had been read and confirmed, MIr. Stookeo read the report of the committee for season 1888 from which we make the follow ing extracts :-" During the season the first twenty played 21 matches for the. premiership, winning 8, losing 10, and 3 were drawn, and were placed eighth upon the list for premiership; 86 goals were recorded as won, as against 79 lost. Your committee have much pleasure in congra tulating members upon the satisfactory state of the club's finances. Commencing with a debit balance of over £140, that amount has been reduced to £63 12s. During the season 343 members' tickets were issued. Donationas of £2 2s each to the MIarlton, South St. Kilda and South Yarra...

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SOME GOOD PUNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

SOME GOOD PUNS. -4-- " Hook has left on record what he considered as his best pun. It was made on seeinga defaced wall.chalker, bearing the inscription; "Warren's B--." " What ought to follow," Hook remarked, "is lack~irg." A tradesman pressed Burke to dis charge abill--or,if he could not pay ,.the. irjtincipal to pay the interest. "Sir," was the answer, "it is not my principle to pay the interest, nor my interest to pay the principal)" 'A Ca O bridge fellow, walking with a visitor, met by chance the Master of 'St. John's on horseback, " Who is . that ?" inquired the visitor. "That," replied the other, "is St. John's head on a charger." A plump Adonis of forty, who was looking at ahouse, asked the servant, an extremely pretty, girl, whether she was to let with the establishment. "No, sir," was the answer," "please, sir, I'm to be ,lt alone." That most extraordinary of wits, '.Thomas Fuller, was one day hoisted with his own petard. He was riding with a friend named Sparrowhawk, to wh...

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MUNICIPAL NEWS. ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

MUNICIPAL NEWS. - ST. KILDA COOUNCIL. MONDAY, ARan. 1. S.Present-The Mayor (Cr. Jeans), and Crs. Jennings, Bnrker, Connibero, Sundercombo, O'Donnell, Richardson and Pilley. SFEVER' 'CAMP.-ThOe following ro commendation of the fever camp con ference: :waa adopted: - " That the finance committee be authorised to pay the proportion payable, by tlis council, for the formation of the municipal fever camp at: the Alfred hospital, on the basis agreed upon." The mayor said last week three tents had been erected. The sum of £240 had been paid by the five contracting municiplitfies, aiild the cost to St. Kilda would not be a large amount. He was' glad to say no further ox *pensoe.would he attached to the fever camp. Or. Richardson said he had heard it generally said that the move ment had been moat benefcial, and was well carried out. Out of 36 Sdises admitted to the' camp only three ' had boeen sent from St. Kilda. GAs CONEREsCEoc.-- Cr. Connibere officially reported the result of the re cen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

TRIAMWAY ACCIDENT. On Saturday night liast a lady waS stepping from a tann car in Chapol.street, when by some mmeas or other she lost her footiog, andt was thrown violently to the groud. She rceived a severe o shaking, and was assisted ioto the I'LANTEIRS TEA BAZAAn~, 122 Chapel-st I eet, I'rt.hmn, where s.tle oceiveo ~ great kinineso. A ent ?of ten ,tsto thle lo'h the nci" i.?atongor tdot goi oot to tte [adly, owto, ftr t'sthe Ihool dtnroh it, declared shel felt refresthetd and procelded to her home. We now find that this Inldy is recommentlin oor Pure Ttea to all her frields. Noti the priccn and address ldnt, ls do, Is 8d. 2s, 2s id. PLANTnsH TEA BAZAAR, 122 Clhapel-street, 4 doors from Iiigh.street. lWhelre she received grot lonpitality. T l ewtt managertranoe th lD lady.o oybti f toh from their Is 8d.--[AnVT.] Special Advertisements. _ strter style ou the ShortesPtNotieh, at th Otnce ot this pnalr. ?, y5ANTED a LAD for SHOP; C. T. Light, ,¥Atttraia~n/Tailori~b- Establishment, '1...

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