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THE HALLAS BENEFIT FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889

THE HALLAS BENEFIT FUND. Trh maogoificent weather of' Soaay tolt ottotcted bohut £6i,00t visitors to tile Vic toria gardens, iligh-street, 'xhmeet, wherer t prggmntme of sacred tausicats rendered, ochith will lire long in tht moemory of the I'lltln poblit. The V'ietorian military bawllll, onder the condoctorohip of Mr. A. Shoet, supplied a wnatt greatly felt hy the resicts of thte soutlh suborbs of tile Yarro, viz., goodt Innsic. htprotcs.ioo was foroedti in frot of the Tott-hall, oatdtostart madce tt a quarter to 3 o'cloch th banud ploying tlhe opltotlt mtrcth " Daring." Ont teadog the harden, a torge croed wos already assemblehd,a nll ttttet tatiefaction a0s ex tressed ot the ltpepaeeuteto the grounods, tvhtict ir looet ien their hest, attd relltet the greatest credit oo tthe earetoker, .Me. ihchkitgttnoh. Thee ioatth Yarra tire bri golt arrived stortlty after, preceded hy the olatllteo dron ond fife bhad, ond at once gat to oorth ott ttte buhine-e of the day--the rollecting. Thie...

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DISTRICT NEWS OAKLEIGH. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889

DISTRICT NEWS OAKLEIGII. [FROM oUR OWN COtRESPONDENT.] The Oaklcigh amateur athletic club held their first sports on Easter Monday, on the cricket ground, which was witnessed by a large assemblage. Starter, Dr. Cutts; as sistant starter, J. Marshall; time-keeper, J. Ebhsry. The first rco, Maiden Plate, was run ut 12 o'clockh anl won lty C. flStewacrt (Oah leigh). Prize, £1 Is. 2nd, ultkills, St. Kilhai. 10s. Youths' Ilace (undrer 1G).--rMacNamara, £1 ls. Handicap Hnnile ?are (open), 150O yards, 8 jumps.-lst prize, J. Moran (abo riginal), Ilandenong. Itunning High Jump.-Toorak Old Buffers' lRace (over 45), 75 yards. Ist, T. Jones, Oakleigh, Yl. 2nd, 10s., J. Curtain, Oakleigh. Shefieldr Handicap, 1SI yards.ilst prize, C. Stewart, Oakleigh. Ladies' Bracelet lHanldicap.l-st prize, bracelet, value £2, T. Colvin, Oakleigh. 2ndl, bracelet, value £2,J. IIampslire, Oak leigh. 31, bhracelet, value £1. Oakllcigh Handicap.--lst prize, £2 10s., J. Moran, Dandenoog. Members' Handicap.--Medal, va...

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SPORTS COLUMN. SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889

SPORTS COLUMN. SPORTING NOTES. Enster is a season of the your which is takcn ndvantage of by all clrdaes for a brief respite from ordinary occupatiions and olicndinRg tho tlnoe plerasantly andI enjoyably. Our sporting fricnds find it convnraicnt at this perid to indulge in journcys away from home far tie purpose of continuing sport and pleaaure. A nmnbcr of our clubs had their country trips thifs Easter. The St. Kilda went up on tile miglt before Good Friday to laffra, taking a thoroughly representative team with them. On Good Friday they played the local club on a matting pitch and woe n easily. The scorem were--Maffra 801; St. Kilda 124. R. Smith batted well for 71; not out for the Intter. On Saturnly they went on to Lindenow where a hard wicket was provided. He nre again tllcv ihad rictry, the secores being-St. Kilda, 63; Lindenow, 35 and 4i.. 0. Keogh was iu with 2il for tle visitors., ti lhe evenieng they were entertained by the local team at a banquet in the schoolroom. Tile j...

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MALVERN FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889

MALVERN FIRE BRIGADE. --t The nnoual meeting of the above brigade, (tle first udoler thle tnew rruime) was held on Tlhubsday uevenilg, April Ilth, at tile eel-llousea, Glelcferr-road, Capt. Hi. D. IIardlinge in tile chair. After tile roll-call lnd confirmnation of the miuntos of the previous mectig, tile reporto of tile see. retary, treasurer, and auditors were rt ceivod and adopted. The elecetion ofollicers for tile esuitng ycar took place with tihe following result :--Calptain II.. D.Iardinge, re-elected; Lietenantl F. W'. Nicholls, re-elected; Apparatus oflicer, RI. ltussell, re-elected ; Secretary W. H1. liickie, un opposed; Treasurer, W. Angiwin : Audlitors, J.. lorgan and C. Wilson. Two members of the brigade, Mlosers Ellis antld Box, were elcted to meet in conjunction with the captain, seeretary, anllll treasurer, and two nCelboers of the lshire council, owho are to ct as na committeo for tlte future control of tle brigade. Tlhe caltain atlnd secretary vere appointed delegate...

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THE POET'S CORNER. THE Editor is always ready to receive original poetical 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. BICYCULAR BLISS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 April 1889

THE pOET'S CORNER. _ " a I lmwys ready to rcelie oriialgl -,t« ?Is'e which wSAlllcbeublllbdshodhbe d ta0. Is d oprtmnt ao tha paper - i.ls nsti"g pasblo. ._--- DIOYCULAR BLIS. VrIoooSe VBo ,ectPocsT IAN. eo autumn eve, when, sharp and chill, The wind blew like an icicle, Met,fast speeding o'er the hill, .youth upon a bicycle. , glorious this skim e" I cried. y Jovel I too will try.cycle; ad whenlike him I've learnit to ride, Why, then, I'll also bicy-eycle." atvery day I made a start, Firt practising the tricycle, hen 5rieg to that nobler art, The riding of bicycle. well I liked my hired machine, TITat h,tinegak'd the priccical, bouglt it, and it has since been ?y ocn pcculiar bicycle. nd now, a morn, and noon, and night, My life is paradisical emulate the 'eagles flight, nhen mouned on a bicycle. h all yo gcy and feýtive youth, cmember my advlicical, dhastn to prove the precious truth There's nothing like a bicycle.

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

Special Advertisements. R'IIA.SRAN FANCY, BAZAAR •. 'AND GIFT.DEPOT, IIt) CHAP'rEL STREET, .es?ons given in Paintlilg, ancy Workl anli Yo~l andhr l1trnibts?als 31usic. MRS. C. V. MALESKY, .egs to notify havinis Openedlc a Now suta Wtll-seletctd STOCK OF GOODS, Wihich, HIaving been plurclused at a discoust, She is prcpared to Scl at Greatly Reduced Prices. Call and Ilnspec the GOoodls, Which include ALL TIHE LATEST NOVELTIa S STATIONERYI SCHOOL REQUISITES, FANCY WORK, &c. NOTE rilE ADDIISSO 119 OIA.;PEL STREET, PRAIIRAN. Educational. T. KILDA GIAMMIAR SCHOOL, ,HARLTON CRIESCENT." WELLINGTON STREET, F vo miutcs rmu Windlur S0?tthn. . L. I II IOUS , ..,,.. l., S..orlu tIh ChImi.sry is 1ugh throgut the hIol. FII:sT YIATIII. C. E. RO IN, fI.r.. Ehllyl tioncr aud Firnt c]?u?i l[olalnsllrltl Ass,'cl ley a~ C~n Ql~ltcnlt Stn~l of Resident am¿d Viiatllon tlo ttcrs. Tie nccomonQlatr willBr InMonlery Asctcll, anld 1llEro iY It+I ~lbltrgo ll ty-rou l. CIltticlll lol classes for Jtlllo a...

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FAC-SIMILES OF CELEBRATED NUGGETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

FAC-SIMIILES OF CELEBIRATED NUOGGETS. Sir,--Having seen a notice in the P'ress of the Ballarat School of Mines having becn burglarious?ly entered into iby thieve-, and:the largo mbdels of! celebrated nu!ggeto found in Victoria extractedl from the caso containing them and mutilated by the thieves on suspicion of being real goldl, I may state that those models were made hy Bamuel McDonnell, C.E., some few years since, for presentation to the Schtool of Mins. I nwas surpriscd to notice that no mention was made of thie bove gentle man for his fine idiplny of original fae similes of nuggets, made specially for the Centennial Exhibition of 1888.I. In the notice of exhibits having ben sent nto the presenLt Paris Exhibition, a mtolel of thie "Welcome" is inclooled. I nbeg to re oind your readers tlhat MIr. Mcl)onnell nadolne a large set of fanc-similes for tihe last Paris Exhibition, and headedl themn vithll thie "Welcome." The followinog ,xtract from one out of many notiews in the Melbouro...

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ALLEGED ROLL STUFFING AT PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

ALLEG-ED ROLL STUFFING AT. 1'PRAHItAN. Sir,--ln your leading article of las tttunlry's issue, you m.uhke a tatement with reference to myself which is untrue. The statement I refer to is contained in thi latter plart of tihe sco?l: pragmplh, anl anserts that 1 wrotu a certat letter (u cetly of wtllch you have printed) to the gr:uonewspaper. I lavu already deniedc haviug written the letter, and, a yo!l can not pooulbly prove that I dil so,.l IOit respecltfully ask yelou, in justic to myselcf, to withdntw the statement. Youre respectfully, WIthLIAAM [DAVIE. 2:t Chapel-.treot, Pthrasu April 2tth. [Il it true we canloot prove hy eutlar eridence tlhat Ir. W. DIavics is identical witlh the pereno who wrote to the At/ over thle a,, de prlate of " A Caundliate's Secretary," but we caun prve that he wS thIle author of the coullunllieatiol, by cir camstantial evitdece. It is certain that MIr. W. W. Williiamn did not write such t letter, altd it it cqlually certain tllat MIr. G. It. Scott, Mr. ...

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MR. S. L. CHAPMAN'S COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

Mrt. S. L..OCHAPMAN'S COMMITTEE. Sir,-I cannot imagine for one moment what interest the squabble amongst the nemboers of Mr. S. L. Chapman's election committee can have for your reolers. Tile latest contributor, Mr. A. Macrow, attempts to offer an explaiation on a number of points of which he really knows little or nothing about. It is all ,ery fine to talk about "cororupltion nodl political jobbery," but neither yourcorrcspondent or -anyone else can briog, forowaon ooe. solitary fact in nupport of this nooiitatement.o It is, there fore, arrant humlug to write about being "rhockeoi and disgusted l'to finl thlatnil tie loftiest attributes of poblic life have been disgraced, . degradead, nlld twns. gre,?cd." So far as Mr. Clhapman is con cerned, he has conformed tlohe rule pro. elnimedn by Mr. Macrow, and if there be any falling off therefromt, it is amongst those who were paid for their service, and being ldissatisfied at tie amount offered to tlhem, have rnashed into print to wash t...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE PRAHRAN TOWN-HALL CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. TIlE PRAHRAN TOWN-HALL CLOCK. Sir,-Acceptmy thanks for your kind ness in procuring the itfornlatlon sought n th Town-hall clock. The answers are certainly most unsatisfactory, and it will be well for the ratepayers to bear them in mnrll. Their representatives at the coouncil board are sent there to attendl to the wants of the city, and yet, when one is pointed out, which affects the whole plhce, it is simply ehelvedl. If the work to be done were in frent of anyone Of the concillUors doors, it would have been done years ago; hbut Irec?ase it caonnt be located in such a feashion the ditgraceful state is allowed to countinue. As far as I can see, no excuse cn he madle on the ground of expense, as so?le of the profit from floating the loan for nececary work could be unced. There is a great deal made of the "Native" ele Inert andl yet thie " Natives" in tihe council ion not aplwar to have any pride to see that thcir birthplado ins litt brouglht into con termpt. All...

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SUDDEN DEATH AT WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

UDDEN DEATH AT WINDSOR. It has e I Ie . to the PrIramn ic that o a Suadty norig, aluot half" t O 'chlock, it whow IIIiilSimi C.mil", "yearM, di6 suddet ly at tha l1us'e tillita le Alfred pinace, o if leury t ',lndlor. The' won an was k nowI a ' 1ye it drunkarit for years' and l'at her calling, that of it charwoma',. l'rtulay nigh|t shl cupldained of being e taid next morning, whillst lartaki ugof irlb tI t ý, h .e Iddenly fell r, ck alll litA"y without?overwork, halthful ar,leratioll, 'ilftcontrol, the due a t al the faculti, the cultivation a tur e o U?lguduent, nal the will, tlhe tie ll il lily f arignd tln Irac. Iwh dtg I'ood-.all "'Ilgs, in fact "a l , to e uild t a i obl e o - I'hp'ro ta o g ife and a

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THE CONTRIBUTOR. COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

THE CONTRIBUTOR. ? '----- CONIINTh ON ?V?NT". -_ - To ru untc a ucdlt s i ~so. Emtezhlements i oming so ptin !al renllct thet it is thle exception to fI e qiiily popens withoot comlng ooeone ornor of less mt.gnitude An Stho leteetives are unablc to get on ,iili of tile defaulters, who find no ilet int gettiong away scott free. Threo nth ,,ol a clerk It tho Cooomorcial ? left his emplloyer ddenly, taking h Iot £7,000 of their money; since l Colllns trect solicitor has also rl some other ind lwith £5 ,000 tl of other ieople's money, and sflat rn iotlher innk clerk and £2,200 of k oteo nremiinug.l Hlfandsom rewards in eachl ise been oflered, bt tile tve n re obliged to confoso their in lity, an robbory in crried on without lighlest chaIle- or fear of slctectiol. amen'dment of this state of afitsi is And .it IIoks clerks are popullr, or, f A : Tiat leoa.t lisnvfriensrl w hs'istriv i to mnake tlhem appeoar so. iMr. Catt is sroituldealer eof North Melbourne, nol anxous to Islqlet albaki o...

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THE PRAHRAN TELEGRAPH PUBLISHED ON WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. "FIRM and FEARLESS let us move on; let every step of thought or work be based on TRUTH, FRIENDSHIP, JUSTICE: so shall we leave foot-prints on the sands of time." WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1880. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

.r.AUeIlresa uovelopmelT Ot the Seleilce of electricity is ever hailed with inter est iid satisfactiotn, as it is considered thai this coinparatively new adjunct to cieilisation is soon to become one of in .calculable value. .Electricity has al ready achieved wlhata one stace of the world's history would' have been cou sidered totatlly unaichievable otherwise than by the employment of miracuilous igencies.' There is, however, yet much .more, that will be discovered and uti lised, as the scientific researches be cbmane iore profound, and as the scient ists.elucidate more phenomena. Elec tricity is now engaging bur most learned "alid serious attention, for .it is confl 'lertill; predicted' that.tlhe storage 'and disseitination of electricity by human agencies.r ill,ultirnately confer inestiom. able blessings oil humanity--not tlhe least among which will be an improved system of electric lighting. Our an sestors were content with tihe candle and the lamp, because they knew no better, b...

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CONGREGATIONAL LITERA[?] SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

CONGREGATIONAL LITE SOCIETY. Thie lrnunl meretihl of tthe Pr greratihlurl ILiteotryt ScicY.r IThurslday evrenieg last, when th rirelrt[n tlnl rtrlanllce?-het wrerr-? scerethry, G. A. 11thl, turn slhored" tory retult.. Tire electiotn f h tile eltsuilng ye.ar rn.iled lrs Presidenti, live. 0O. i:tipirn den.?, G. I. l'mery and (. 11, , t .1. 1 . hcksI'on tr?a nwLr, )I.'' tner itetee, A. Itir len , (?l . i l Frienul. ITih e i?,,lt s tI nclr d i ot Jolh frighl, y the I' be l ebsiays act dllelxates MIn; ·1. II Irisl i Question ; ti i. C i. Iucto \e.rlinlenlt: (;. ,31 , Thie Fre?tb t io ll : ( ;. C rou tc -h , · }h a tk1 1 d {' rand A,. ihiricihll Piinhitit hy New ifeattre Were rite ?iS Night, a (iil Stories e ih t, ee-it g.ierrineititrnl a C tllr b rh e\'?Jlill? ece'%'l with I\ ?'ote r. Mtirirng llicir, lrn.tr , n Ir tI r l Minilii fror frivatlu se rlc t A etre tigrn odyers a tirr iiheee wirr ir p in c tittaer ofbrrt euirteulr cat only rea trite. pernerrI ittentirioti !.bn t ' rt , tua dli...

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PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

PARS PITHILY PUT. Ove?-?-,Iaby. S. Jacobl---l. G. Ovo. Iltllla btllalit a succn. ,,\Willis barnqut,-tith .11ay. llaltl ?:tlrd t atllvice mlaltilg to night • . . i ltast of lthe Iel of Mellabourne to'be placal in th Puc 'blic Library. We' are ia t cipt ot p naa nG .A.S" hich %;r" 1LqLPrill a Ipp II'ar II ImSIIL', t1r, l. J. ixotic s- dretar. avails hitl- elf If. ollr corretapollndenc cohllnmdtin this iste. St. Kiibla boaulgll eotuntcil, West )atd elcction-polling dlray, Tuesdany next, 7th Mr. It. Tthia hbaa given £21, and Mr. P. Longa ttom £:2., towailis ihe incr?sedl h al-cital acconnoatlionl fundt . . Olliccta' committe ofa the I'" lahmt council.-A terbatait reolrt will appear in Saturlay's istut, it the l'rest ia admitted. Wf aolte loolked with awae pIlllO a giantesol , tighllt feel i higdl laakint4l t t tincie: Sile wlts about the onlly womantl we ve sVa..iw tllat ws tltue f t lmal, ing btnta' allt httt r. " We loe our chlld," thle od l lla aait, "Atdl went her tlwayts by ts, For...

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MUNICIPAL NEWS. ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, 29TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

MUNICIPAL NEWS sT. KILDA OOrN~cw -4- MONDAY 20TH APRIr Prneent-The Mayor (Cr. Jr Cm. Pilley, Jenninig, harne C' O'Donnell, nrd Sulderoumbre. ESLPLANADE THAMIWAT.-~A Ilrtr received frtom the MI.T. and 0 n r' statilig tlht as the mtnnario nt " Jl ip) hatd returnedrt t ieo t oer o tppy, to meet a cltpuIiolbnr i councIll and the.tt..ihl rtateir l "ted inr rcgir to the sustiire l coefl'a?,ty-Ti n cable-insitad trarnray loulg Fitzrov-street. Tile was left for the conreil to fix. I dieled tlmt Mir. Clalpp iwrittlatn infont edr that the council, toGether thie eotcpiJ'ecrs,?_ w wai.t i i CAUFIFID?TAtMWA' Co. -Ti he of th o omn y 'wrot, stting 6 tliy.wcro olnpowirel to fordi'n, tegeetOctlrwilth'fotlalnnistroeet, ani to know if tho council would t temling the line in the direction olt clayv. It was poointO l out itO a 0 cutlo?io that tihO cooeil| had oo p?. thle matter at all; and it was resol til mootloi of Cr. Jennibgs, ,eron Cr. Suoilcrcoimb, that thie moanager q company 'be informed that t...

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ST. KILDA WEST WARD ELECTION. MR. E. G. OVEY'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

"M11CI ,? G. 'OVETS"T?ANDTDXTURI,;?" 1 --1 Mr. E. G. Oveyr, one of the candidates for the ini"calncy li the St. Kihaln coucil. caused by the rsiglnation o£ Cr. INichairisor, ex pres~edt his views on municipl muatters at a m cvte e gti n h e " h in th e P' rin cc o f W ,les Iotel, :itzroy-atret.; St. Kihla, on .Mond,'a eveninlg. Jrr. J. Wilson Reid occupied the chair, and in a few Words illtr(iduced the canldidate, whom he described as at man of lra enlergy and bu-iness capability, a;nd o.e who had made his inlluence largely felt throughout.St.. Kildar-anl thc!West waxrl moe rot partimtiharly. .Mr. Ovey said some months?, ago lhe hadI b~eerln lalkd a nuinbeeor- f ratepayers 'if he wotlth consent to stand for municipal honors when a vacan'mc oc8crrr'.,,lad he had replied in the altirmative. le const/ lered it out of place that the principal xatering place of Victoria shouhl be so Iineh neglected as is St. Kihla, whicl, so far as roads anl lightiilg bvere concerihl)i ,vas very bally tr...

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SOUTH YARRA MUSICAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

SOUTH YARRA MUSICAL SO CIETY. Tlhe fifth co cert of thoe 8olth. Ynrm M~u~ical Society will be hel hio he PIrmh. \rn Towrr-hall to-morerow (Thlmnr-y) even. ing. The pirlrollrou , which appIears tlse wherc, speaks for itrself. lrillg 'lTorrso.' Cantrata " Tile lINl wroshipperes,' 's low hl cltf re ohorral a~d will be prodriced at the colncer it inAgiust.

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AUCTION SALE NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

AUCTION SALE NOTICE. .1r. Frederick Tullett averti es elle where a sale of IluseholI furniture aI effects, which takes place to-lmlorrow (Thuirsday, 2nd inst), In then premlL ie, Ethehnny, Jackoln.-stre t, ntear nlilwny stnltioln, St. Kilia. -

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SOCIETY MEETINGS. THIS column is placed at the disposed of secretaries of local societies, etc., from whom PITHY reports will be gladly accepted. INDEPENDENT ORDER OF RECHABITES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

SOCIETY MEETINGS. Tuss whamn,,r is phM a~t the dispomll of 8Eer .taries of loal soieties, ete, furot whom Ptn rolorta wil bh ghully acrepted. S, -+--.--.4----..++. INDIEI'IINDIENT OIRDERll OF R111 CtI\BITES. T-'rhe -loarterly meeting of No.3! sub. listrict, I:.0. Oltechabites, RwaIhehII utler tile cogniaRce of lPersevernce Tent, PIth ran, it tlheir new bll in Claheice-streetoon Wedneoltay last. Tile lb-dtlitrict P'resi dlent, .1. II. I ,urneaux, occupied' the clhair, and was Pllported by Past-lrtelsidetlls t. t. lRudd, D. S. Oakley Id Gii. (t;oi. Dele gateo trot tlhe followilg terlts were proe sent :-No. 4, Sooth Melboorlle; So. o0, Port M?elbourne: No. 31, PrIhran :No. 50, llawthorn,,,; No. 37, Illchmonlt : No. o80, Blrighitlto: No. 127, South Yarra; No. li1, St. Kihln; No. 2,0t, IKew; No. 21i, Albert Park; No. 278, Ctamtlrwetll; No.281,Oak leiglh; No. 282, Malvern; No. 23:i, Iala clav ; No. N 298, Elteranwieck : No. 300, Burnleyt : N,. 3:rtt, Surrey Ilills. After formall olplint, ...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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