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DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

--DIiSTRICT NEWSS.; OAKLEIGH. .[FROM OUR OWNs Ca0REsPOONDENT.]., Last WVednesday.night, 10th, inst., a con cert was given in the Mechanics' Institute in aid 6f tle Roman Ci tholic Church, which was not very well attended owipg to the nneertain weather. A very nice concert was held at Clay tons-road, on Thurosay night, 11th inst., on lgalf of the lawri tennis, club; the hall sas well filled, and the audience were en thusiastle in their applause. Carl William Schulz, was brouglt before W. Ingmmrn and G. Barrow, J'sP., last don day, when a special court was held. He wrill take his trial at the General Sessions. The man w~ho ?vas found in a dying coe dition in,Drummond-street, died while ihe vwas being removed to Mr. Gregory's hotel. No clue could be founl as to who hle vas until the iexit day, when n' Mrs. KReelian, of Richmotnd, identifihd him as her husband. scrvial of the OaklsigL resideits arc anxious to know if it wouldn't be possible during the winter nionths to have " assem ilid...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

A thing worth'doing is worth doing vwell. A thing worth advertising is worth advertising well. Speelal Advertisements. PRAHRAN FANCY 'BAZAAR ,, .,L{ . , :. , ,?v ?' . : r ; · · · GIFT DEPOT, 1O1'OC H AP'E L:?STtI'E'ET, Lessons given in Pa'nintiiig,' Fancy Work, and Vocal and Instrumental Music. MRS. C. V. MALESKY, Begs to nlotify having o Naned a Ne rnl Wel-ciled STOCK: OF GOODS, I' Wich, .. ,. Having boen purchascd at a discount, Sri ?rjln is prldjaredjto ?lli:atM on? Greatly Reduced-Prices.% .t Call and Inspect tho Goodc, Which include ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN STATIONERYI , SCHOOL REQUISITES, , FANCY WORK, ?c; NOTE TIIE ADDBESO 119 OHA:P-EL STREET, S.PRAHAN . Educational. s . KILDA GRA EtAR SCHOOL, HA LIOTON CRESCENT,' WELLINGTON STREET, F vo miuntes roen Windsor Stntion. E.L. BACKHOUSE. H A,LL.., SNcer to the ,te Ioacl ThasI, Esq. LL.U. C. E. ROBIN, rA., Ehiblonr iand Fre class Ilonoarnlnn Assl"od by Ca o n ,t S'tr ol Iidcut ad d Vlsitilen? ?Itsrs. ' '£o accoml~dadton for lona...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. PRAHRAN TOWN-HALL CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. PRAHIIAN TOWN-IIALL CLOCK. -4- Sir,-On last Wedecelay week there reasn an ortlcle on the Melbourne public clocks, and this has inducedsl me to ask you once again to bring our own clock under the notice of the council. As you are aware it is a most reliable timepiece, and yet its dinls nre in a disgraceful state. I see tlhant some renovating is being done to the tower of the city Ihall,-could you inform me if it ist intended to put the dials in thomughl re. tair If so, it will only be nacessry to cnquire whether the renovation will include the illumianttion of them at night. Itf you cn answer these enquirie? affirmatively, a great eyesore will be removed before long; bht, if tnot, will you use your valuanble aid in having thensei neceusry works attended ton I am, Sir, yours truly, RATEPATER. [In order to answer our corrspondeou't qerie?s, we interviewed the mayor (Cr. Ormeet) anRd MIr. Ely, town clerk. We were itform?d that tle dials are not to ie i.enovated at...

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AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

AS WE GO TO PRESS. Elsewhere appears a notification from Mr. D. Gowenlock, of 125 Malvcrn-rood, to the effect that he gives lessons in building construction and geometry. Mr. Gowen. lock possesses the South Kensington ad. ,anced deploma in both subjects,and being psecteically engaged in the building trade, should be a good teachor to those engaged in any of its branches. MIr. Gowenlock also teaches ondertho Technological Com mission, and his pupils have taken awansl at the Centennial Exhibition. The report of the Bulffalo entertainment, in aid of the Alfred Hospital, held in the Prahmn Town-hallon Yednlesday, is hheld over until our next Issue. The Nonparil Pork Batehery and small goods establishment, opened by Mr. Veith at 178 Chapel-street, Wlndsor, was an object of interest last Saturday. The display of pork, &ce., prepared in numerous styles was excellent. A number of silver cups and other tro phles, are at presenton view at a jewellers wlndow In Htgh-street, St. KIldao,...

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BURGLARY AT SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

BURGLARY AT BSUTH YARRA. At the Prahrmn cou on Thursday, a young man named Jam Walsh, alica Jack Murphy, was brought ip on a charge ot being found by night w Ilout lawful exouse on the premises of Wi am Harvey J.hn= son. Prisoner pleadec guilty. The evi dence against him wsen to show that at i9 o'clock on \Wednesdn morning ho was found in the cellar o Mlorrison's Family hotel, Powell-street, Si th Yarra, which is kept by Johnson. He ad during the pre vious night forced a entrance into the cellar byway of thile t pdoor on the foot path, and was unabl to get out again. During his confinem I he discovered a gimlet in the cellar, ci which he bored a hole in a hogshead of r, and helped him self to the contents. e hotel had been broken into in a simil nanner before, and a quantity of liquor ilcn from the bar, but the trapdoorlead; from the cellar to the bar was too finr secured on this occasion to admit of anlsh's presence in thie bar. He pleaded nkenness, and was sentnecd to three m Ie' ...

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MR. CHAPMAN AND HIS COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

MJ1. CHAPMAN AND HIS CO1. MITTEE. Sir,-As sundry statemnents have op. pearced in your correspondence columns, throwing aspersions of mismanagemeot upon Messrs. Felstend and Hyalop, and doubts as to my feolings towanls them, as reganls their strenuous exerttous on my hehalf during the recent Parliamentary c~mpaign, I shall be obligled if you will nllow me to state that those gentlemcen hoe, in my opinion, more than justified treasurer auud scre ary~ repectivel and that I take this opportunity of e'pressing puhlicly towards them mny sincere and Iheartfelt gratitude. 1 wohlh add that 1 have acked boIth gentlenon to accept an honorarium as a slighlt rccgaition of their services, which thIey declned to accept, much to my regret. Yours, etcr, S. L CHAPMAN. Icer MaIjety's Hotel, SJouts Yarra,

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

FOOTBALL. Tile incoming season promises to be a big one down this way, atrd drelady great interest is being taken in the prospects of the local seniors. The St. Kilda scratched a team together for a match against tile St. Kilds Esplan sdte ; seveaml fast Ilayers, a few now ones arnd some of last samsons' team took the field. Tile play was of a vigorous ethraeter, but the plnayers were evidently only taking the advantage of the occasion to knock off a little of the superfluity that aeesmulated during thie cricket season. Tire result showed that the juniors were a good team, the final scores being, St. Kilra I4 goals 9 behinds; Esplanade 4 goals 4 beilndts. The Manrlton went over to Richmond on Satualay, and 23 of them playesl the sen. lor club of that district. From reports relef?ed we understand the Marlton played a goodl game, but had to accept defeat by 3 goals to 1. Practice was indulged in by a lot of our junior players and some good tems should hail from this district during th...

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SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. BY O.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

SPORTS COLUMN. ORIOKET. BY O.C. There was every little doing on Saturday amongst our local crieketors. The St. Kilda cricket ground wnas occuplced by the fol lowers of the coal, and the spectators pre Rcut seemed very enthusiastic over the clhange. The IIawksburn met a team called the Last Melbourne Rovers on Saturday The Rovers batted first, but Collto ; for 7, and E. Rush 5 for 11 were too well oin the spot, and the last wicket fell for 19 runs. The Hawksburn ran up the big score of 145 for the loss of one wicket. E. lush made 74 (not out), Freeman 81 (not out, and Collie 86. The South Yarra Uuiol met thie St. Mattbow's club, and althotugh several of the formern best men were absent they won esther easily by 2 wickets and 75 rune. Tite St. MatthewC's made 2 ; Davieo 18 and Mlddleton 10, being top scorers. J. Hutton secured the guood average of 5 wvickets for I0 runs for tile Unionl. The latter made 107 for 8 wickets dowan. MIasgrere 28, Nicholson 28, Fulton 14, Hutton 12, MlcLosly...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

rltOFESSIONAL & MEICANTILE MEN We beg to dmw attention to thu follow Iug, viz.: -£S at yar insutea nuglnst ALL a--ldcntoto human lltc,tndueuioit10O at death and £50 a weuk durlng injury. ProposL foarna and ll prticultaroil an - plicatton tothnCoLoutkL MUTUAL, Isona AOUe CoarANY, 02 Ceitlnau-trct Weal ONE TIuOUSoAD FIVE ItUNDBEUD nIlaIh hao broenPAlldi by tls Company. VrOTERIS, R(EAD THILS. Ala pollitcal nnlcc gtbg ethle r evenling theu itelald te fwo togl quLution~i-ttret one nal bjont, then1 eI another. A~llof a noddIca a lady nabtat h~int t naHppedat bill prohibiting the note of Inferior ton. "1 romeot interfere nnth tie liberty of the ob~jeet, ontan,ll' snbi l~ ent el~nimlac, but I will erline l nyttu conelleenbmll to mlriabi onlyl the fore teanmm~mpllcd 4 (by tinPnafore Tea URarnr, 122a Chapel-Rttdnot Poor mtotna grea Illtghanteeet, ot In., Ia. 41., In. StI., 2e., andl 2. gd.~ l. Thin cmmnrtdated will be nledrr. Landimltt, moinld year Ta. AnVn Special Adt |)nIf:tIN:q::~T...

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WHAT'S IN A MINUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

WHAT'S IN A MINUTE. " Well, well, dou't fret; ln be there in a minute." IBut, my friend, a mn t mi menos e good deal, notwitlo.tmdllg you affect to hIold it of no conLeqluece. Did you ever otop to thlllk what may happeln to you ho a mue - uteo NFo. Well, while you are murdnlrig a minutec for yourself and one for me, before you get reuly to sit down to thl business we hIve il lulnd, I will amuse you by tclling you omet thlings that will happen meantime. In a minute we lshall be whirled arounndl on the outside of the earth by ita diurnal motion a distance of 13 mile. At the same timne lwe shall have gone along with tlhe earth in Its gmud journey round the sltun, 1080. Pretty quick travelling, you say Why, this is slow work compared with the rate of travel of that ray of liglht whichl just now relected frolt that mirror tadl you wiunk. A minute ago that ray was I 11,1600oo milee away. It a minute, overall the worlds, boou ighty oaew-born ifantsit have each mised a wail of protest at ti...

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PLEASANT FOR PARKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

PLEASANT FOR PARKER, Our young friend Panrker wcnt routd the other cvounng to visit thce two Misuu Smiths. After convernlng with himn for awhile, Mlin Suusan xcusxer herself for a few mo menots and went upsltirs. Presently Parker thought he heardn her coming, and, slipping behilnd the door, he suggested that the other Miss Smith thonld tellt Min Suoun that hie had gone. But jlvwasn't 3iss Sura--it wns old 3Ir. Smith in his slip pers. As hle enterled he looked romnlld, and ooid to his daughter, "Ah, oh! So Parker's gone, Ihs ho! Goo riddanoce I wos just colning down to keep my eye on him. I hope lie hasn't been proposin' to yoo, Mory Jane. 1 don't want any such lantern jawlo, redl-houdned idiot as that knockin' arbont here. lIe hasn't got the s?ene of a Norfolk turnip, or money enough to buy clean linen,. tie gets nonse of my dnnlaughtero. Just as Ihe conecludllnl, Hm0n camen down, and not perceiving Parker, ishe nsld, "Tonk gooiness he' gone. Thalmt nman is enoughI toprovookea saint...

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DISTRICT NEWS OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

DISTRICT NEWS OAKLEIGH. [FROM OUR OWN cRoteOPONDENT.) A court of appeal was held here on Tuclday, when several assessmente in the Centre Riding of the shire were revetwed by the hbench, comprising Meosro. Drury, P.M., and Jordan, W. Rt. Looker and G. Looker, J.'eP., Mr. 20. Wilson, who had been previously on the bench, retiring, as president of the shire, when the appeal eases came on. J. i. Watson appealed against the ossesment upon three properties on Ferntree oully.road, vis., 80 acres, 200 acres, and 24 acres, which were respectively ratedat £320, S60, , and 588. Mr. Step hens, who appeared for the appellant, took a preliminary objection that the rate was invalid, and ceased to be a rate, becausethe requirementa of Section 262 of the Local Gorernment Act hadI not been crompiled with in having the signa. tures of three councillors attached to the rate transcribed in the ratebook, and that therefore the Court had no jurisdiction. The Court heldit was not tile validity of therate b...

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ALLEGED WILFUL EXPOSURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

ALLEGED WILFUL EXPOSURE. Two eases of alleged wilful exposure came before the St. Kilda magiostmtes on Tuesday, the accused being an elderly man named John MJ;lls, and a young man named George Cumrlek. The former is said to be a vagrant, and the latter a com positor in the Age, newspaper office. It is alleged against Mills that he committed himself in the presence of the children at ten'diri the Elstern?wicke State' school, at dinner hour, on the 10th inst., and as the police were not prepared to go on with the oase, he was remanded for a week. The case for the prosecution against Curnick was that on the evening of the 4th instant, at about half-past four o'clock, a man, who has been identiffied as the accused, ap proached two young women, Emma Box, a domestic servant, and Olive Wood, the daughter of a respectable tradesman, in the Albert Park, and, throwing himself down within a dozen yards from where the females were seated, muttered something to attract attention, and grossly mis...

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THE CONTRIBUTOR. BOTH SIDES OF THE WALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889

THE CONTRIBUTOR. BOTH SIDES OF THE WALL. L TY TE MAN 50 TOP.] Mr. Deakin is not to be cauglht napping. Hto was congratulating the Trades Hail Council upon its having its representative in Parllameit and, initheir glee, the tiades reminded IMr. Deaklin thit, speaking as a Minister, this exprcsslon of pleasure on his part was of dubiotisvalue; for Mr. Tron with has joined the Opposition, and it is possible that the new body arising froml the ashes bf the old Oppodsition may ralk tile Trades Hall member as its leader. MIr. Deakin was hardly discountenanced. There are, he said, considerations beoand parties, andi the interests of labor are perpetual. A vision of the coming Liberal Ministry, witi Mlr..Deakin as its Premier, and Mr. Trenwith was, perhaps, lshowing itself as in a glas dlarkly to thle Chief Secretary. This, at least, has been one of tile numerous sug. gestions tihrown out of late. It is rtmoured thiat coalition is not really so Ilighly honored as it was deemel to be at the ...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. AFTERNOON-TEA GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889

THE IADIES' COLUMN. ( AFTERNOON-TEA GOSSIP. 1. BY ELLA. Mr. Stuart Cumberland lately held one of his "thought readin~gs" at Maldrid, in the Palacrio Rel. A im haginary murder scene was enacted,and ttle Quacn was the subject of eexpcrileeoit, using ar antiqne paper-kilife, of dagger form, as liher weapon. So realitstiv was her bchavionr that the Comptuek de aril s'credimed with alarm when her majesty bhnt over her with the knife. A newspaper muiseum hlas been founded atAix-la-Chapelleby a e; ar oun Irrakea bech. in it are fllNe of more than seven teen thousand different inewspapers, ant copies of others are being dlaily received by iL. Irs. Leovitt (who will be kindly ne membehed by all well-wibhers of thel tem perance cause in Melblourne) has been warmly welomet by tihe Queen of Mada gascar, who gave her £20 towanls tihe movement, on the oenasion of the former preaching before her ill the chapel royal. According to a promise made in a previ ous issue, we give mine legends of plants ...

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

Special Advertisements. E~ve two sy~pchbl WTANTED, ETsoth etrg LADY po aoll. \ov~.Trompof "nrrnmM E cuba MC ed Io Posta Omocl~ Pub .th DonEo Illy' FISOSSIE, PEE5,.ST55EET, (nn ldnr8 1JNEI bY' ,h 5lnl ATTENDL IIOEBPad~ MWACI5EN5T WANTED fnsap 1 5O,. doro a.J .Ilk 5l~ert,, a CCACT ISS ath, ras C. A, a Alla N URE O CONNOs tltsyssstss,,ig Css,,,,,,s,,isl 5is, ,k, 5151. T?Iow?Agecy ll~nlr\lav Piaoute Tr It. l Ltea Member of lIu icl Jury, Melbourno IT. VI. .1. CAStERON, 112t PUNT BOAT), SOUTH YARmA. D r'Aolty--Dl e ses of Children. At homo for Conoultatio.--10 a.m., 2, p.m., ?|d frm 6 to 8 u . , MISS ALPEN .].AS vacancy for few pupils in plnaoforte. 7A"Arleston," Gireenatrfeet, Windsor. Terms MIoumete. M1. 10BA YEuS tTAwENo CLASSES, IJ 1 onttstreet, South Yarrn. IlSSYSIUCT~ION SN OTL .tn WA~TER PAINT. INOS-SIONT)AY ttdl S'StDAY; Stttlitg IS ttH?,Ercttnitglt.,S For terms apply at nabro RaddCren T HE PARTNERSI[IP trrieA odn t Oakltigh between Johln Ilscoa anl St.,rlArtEt..a. ts mrket gntlen...

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AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889

AS WE GO TO PRESS. Owing to pressunr on our spnce we are comnpolled to holit over police nnwu nod nociety mectingo, wehich will nppear ini Wednesday'n issue A quantity of lntcr euttg inatter appners oen our fourth uin iftti pagen. We have been requetent to contndict a rumour, which tIne gained currency, to the itfect that Cr. Iltrwn, of thue l'hmran council, wilt not nook roetoctien. Cr. tirew,' tesirea un to slut, that ho will tos itivetycmeie forwant una cnulantet ann will go to thu poll in .ukgust neot. Electric lighting for l'rnhran.-We beg to drow attention to ntvertlisnemcnte re golitig clectric lighting appearing nlie whare lii oar ailcerticing columns, We till lealt oIInrr fllty with thin nmtter in our newt cssne. Tlie tiev. T. E. Ick, Mi.t., nill lcture iln the Pmohrn P relbcthririn church on Monm ntay evcniig nct,atl o'clock, tle suhjcet heliig "voice anldgeeture." There willhbe a collectionl. The Iptarmrcahlp cerrcite on at Onklcighn betnecn MIeers. Jolin Itesoeec aint tI...

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OUR SUBURBAN TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889

OUR SUBURBAN TELE PHONE. Exchange, plrsce, owitch us on to Mr E. G Ovey, Mary-strect,rsf. Itildta.-ltigtrt you are. Is Mr. Ovey there i-Yes. Mr. vGey-Ah! You are just tie peo ple I ranct to talk to. lest so; rran we wont tolcarraeomethitrg riort yoer cndrrridturce for troe cart in tire west wuntof St. t(iltta, ronareere vacant by ttre retignoatton of Cr. lictrrdson. Mr. O.-Wtell, foryourinformatiou I cray state ttrt I trace rcecidetr to conrtcst thin seat to furtirer tire antvancemeort of ttre west aunt, and I feel cortaia that in ciew of the lrgearmoont of loan mooney noo being etprertnet, my experierceo 00 a goot porctical man (beiog by profession an archtitect, tlunr,oenl erginreering surceyor, to borth of which professiorrs I serort my articleo) will be of great service to tire whole of ttre ateprayer, anr will be of sotre unetarrce to thr corncilira therrr celiea, one o f wtrom re in the way of rrrderhaornring the carrying ort of contmcte. Orn this, arhler to tire frct thrat. I...

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PRAHRAN BOARD OF ADVICE. EXTRAORDINARY ELECTION OF ONE MEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889

PRAHRAN BOARD OF ADVICE. EXTRAOIRDINARY ELECTION OF ONE MEMIIBER. It will Ibe observedl by an advertisement elscwhere that ?Ir. John Turner,.of South Yarra, returning oficer of the city of Prmhman school district, notilics that an election to fill the vacancy on the board, cuosed by the retirement of Mr. J. II. Mnddoek, will be held on Welnrsdlay, thle 8th lony, and that nomination Impoar must be handed in before 4 p.m. on Tuo.4 day next. Onecaondialtealreadyannoounc* hinmsclf in oar adverrtisingcolumns. namely Mr. Francis Turnley, of Highbury.grove, Ptahran, twho ha?s, we uondtrtndo, reoided in l'rahran for osome considerable time, but hal not, hitherto, omte forward pub licly. Tile gentleman is a jourualist of consideramble ability, having filled goad poritions on tihe staffs of the metropolitan, provineial, andl intercolonial press, and aos far as edtcattioal n ttaltnmeotr go, it fully quoalifiedl to fill the position te aspireCr to on the Prahr.at slchool-board. Mr. Turnley now ...

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PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889

PARS PITHILY PUT. PIrhran boand of advice election. Tihe Pmrarn manom l reception a s!ccess. The Easter of 1t89 is gone-once more to work, dear friends. Nat. IHallas benefit concert in lhrahmn Town-hall oa Monday evening. It is said Mr. David' Bltnsnharnl is going to contest the seat: for .the ,Sooth Yarm Province. Electric Sparks Combination eoncertand ball ill the Southl Yarra-hlall-Mondty evening next. The India annd China Tea Company have opened a branoch establishment at lii High street, St. Kilda. IIis Worsip thle Mayor of PLahran was very Ihospitable and gracions at the Mayoress' receptipn. A list of thie prize-egivers at tie recent P'rahrn state school picnic appears in our advertising columns. Mr. Jas. iHendy, we understand, is to be asked to offer hlimself as a candidate for thre Prahbn conucil in August. Thie oficer's committee in connection wvith the roll-strrfling charges moeets at the Pmrahran!l Town-hall, next Tuesday evening. His Worship the Mayor (Cr. CeOsment) and ...

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