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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

AnTuonsola the increase, decrease, or abolition of the stock tax is nsot a ques tion uponwhlich tile electors of PIrahran, St. Kilda or South Yaran would elect or reject a candidate, still we must sometimes, as the Hon. Jas. O.~nIrnELL says, Sink localism and consider. the broad polities of tile country as a whole. It is known pretty well that the present Government is going to base their claim for a retrnc to power ulpon tliheir Ibuldget proposals, which were abandoned owing to a number of the pseudo-friends of the farmers insisting on an increase in thie stock tax. This tax was imrposedin a revengeful spirit, and haIs, naturally, led to anything but a feeling of friend ship as far as our neighbours are con cerned; and, as will be observed from the recent political utterances ih New South Vrrles, its continuance is still regarded, in some degree, as a menace to them. It appears to us perfectly foolish to talkr about federation and an assimilation of the tariffs while this tax remai...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE POET'S CORNER. THE Editor is always ready to receive original poctical effusion which will be published when suitable. It is desired to cultivates the gift, and render this department of the paper as interesting as possible. THE SHOP EMPLOYES' PLEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

THI OET'S CORNER. e, iit r itlt rc ,..,.ell r rn ,, r1 rY1 cel rd oialllhh. d int eir to nltr.tlrc girt, rn letecirlrnio int rt' . , thy. hatihci h han c n you prire. i r e in drealng ou prhslY mercha r ise lorne o'er tIhoeccreu c ayr. Meotiers whio-e rts writh loring ctre WTcih 1'er their chililreI'r fate, Let olterheorl yorCtgeOateso rIarcI Your incclucehCi hca i.\leil.t. Ulilcar, l o rveCllia toi r .e r Untraothera r hear th cher Ircy, you th?own bar t dayoil \or. Sfeltr, whotie eIrec ? brothers lovre, Anch oter herenpe tocie t ·\'our OillflencM ]ins) I ?ill(wigt No pIruhrcwt mleh of I.t or gloerc, Nor e con a cilie pinr. irol atore that epen or thit day-1 iA great roCt to 90ur rc - NoS, C'olt hlre hL bhelt lis d yr: iWe're r Cre iwo tytrot?'s face. io ermle shalo i rre tie a shore, :iro orctiger ltaen or goe, or FL'uar against uI cvil sere, lie jealpusof you:r own. A gvre oft eiorl to our1 goo.. \hatw retc Ie tyrntd s to face. Wihile blini sith el tici greeraI or0uld rlelure i t...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARS PITHILY PUT. £LXXXIV. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

PARS PITHILY PUT. £LXXIV. . Hip, hip; hooray ! Truelovc's nightingales. . 'Evans is death on tliotpubs " Bravo, City of 'Prahm Lodge, No. 474, I.C. i MIasonic Choral Service an unqualified success. - '. AfIred Ilospital benefited to the eutent of £84.: An Orange .lodge has been sueossfully opened at Malvern. W'ell done Tullett; read his volumin OILS address on our fifth page. SA United Temperance Political Coundil for Prahmn and Soutih Yarm. the St. Kilda trademen against the local councillors to-morrow at 11 a.m. 31r. J.J. Mackenzie, pastor of the Prah ran Baptist Church, is away on a four weeks' ho'Fdany. St. Kilda state school excursion-15th March. Lilydale is the resort, and, if unity anid eanthusiasln nienill anything, succ tile tsittlt. Dr. J. P. ll?a had a gehol wantch and ap pendages valued at £20 stolen from his clothing oi Saturlay whilst bathing at Kenny's baths, St. Kilda. The "I'oet's Corner" in this issue con tains a capital ple?a on behalf of tle 'em plovis in our sho...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. 1. It any person orders hit. paper to be discontinut, ho nimlstL irst pyu all arrears or the publisher nluy continue to send until payment is made, and then collect tiho whole amoout, whcther tho paper is ttkcn from the ofice or trot. 2. The courts lhve decided that rofusiug to tldoe ncwspatpeor srtd'pcriodiatls from tho post-oflic, or re movio g tod legving trhemn ugoro tlcd for, is .rlomafaeit eridence of Intentioual fraurd.

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MASONIC CHORAL SERVICE. LARGE MUSTER OF MASONS. GREAT SUCCESS. £84 COLLECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

MASONIC CHORAL SERVICE. tHAGE MUSTER OF MASONS. . GREAT SUCCESS. S48 COLLECTED. J.:Olarko, BSrt, P'roviticial Grnnd Mnter, andr:Dro. tihe Hon. M2II.'Davics, Speosier of the Legislative Asseinbly, woas hcsl on Sunday afternoon, in St. Matthewu' Church, High-street, l'.hran, by permissioln of.the Rev. Canons Laligloy,, iir aidof the Alfred Hospital building fund. The measonic brc thren met at the Pralrau Town-hall at 2 o'clock, where the City of l'mhman. lodge, Sispe and, audtieb;rethren then marched in procesion, quietly nod with out ostontationa, to the church. There w.o an hiitcndafice of 220 members of the craft irepre~nitiiet?ye English, Scottish, and Irish constitutions. A very large congre gation assreibledl-in the church, where ser vice was commenemd at three o'clock. Tile socrvice was a full choral one, the large choir inclading the Anglican Cathedral and All Saiuts' choristers, and musical brethren from the various lodges. The singing and chanting wan really excellcet, the h...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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THE LATE WINDSOR RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

THiE LATE WINDSOR RAiLWAY ACCIDENT. Mr. W.B.. Gcdge, late sltaioatnnattr at Pmhramu, has several colull in tile Vihi torian ~Staadard, the orga of the Orenge society, ill which he cuters iuto the whole qluetiou touchig tihe late \iudoar railray collision, and his dimietatl ifm the service. If half of Ar. Gtctge's stateemntt arer truc, theu board of cuquiry which le akI t for should be gmated. Unfraertately for Mr. Gedge, the-length of time tihl has clapt d siuce the Windsor accihlet, rob his ateaoo much of its iteCreCste, so far as the public are concernced.

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. A RING, OR NOT A RING. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. A RING,OILOR NOT A RING. Slt,-It was with great regret that I read ill last week's issue of tle Prahran Telgenljh tlimt it was supposed tLit I wan " run by a ring" at tile nlate election for the Phran ochool boardnl. Nothing in mor ndleslo blbc than such ii combilation, and, iufortunately for the board, the result of -liqueism has been to redulce is prestige in tiblia opinion, anI its usefuiltees na a reprtsentative boly in connection with our Slntae school systeml. P'ersonally, I hnaveC suffered great pain In 'consequene of the nctlonl of five former mnmbMr of the board, who formed a "ring," with tile result that I was unablh to iperform my public lduties, hecause thee five memibers, for personal reaso , had decidedl to vote agnitst me lion nll ocasnions. To any one holding inn convietions, and blng pol)oseed of the tecessary knowledgo to csrry his vioews into effect, notlilng cant bhe more galling than to find his resolutions voted againlst, whether goodt, h...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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TRAVELLING WITHOUT A TICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

TRAVELLING WITHOUT A TICKET. An action wtas brought by the Railway department, for whomn Mr. .McKeaun appeared, g?,illtu a wcll-.dreted mi ll named John Irdle in the l'r.hrau Court on Thursdayt for travutilling oI the ratilways without a ticket, and at!o with using abusive language. Thu .lfince took ilace on the first of tole 1tiIto tlttt thlliedfenUht explained that h had htd I atu monthlyl ticket buthad uo rotwed it, t he woult lw done so tlut very day. The porter autl Ihe ticket clerk from Sdouth Yarra StatiUon, Ith place where it was discoveled ddfelldali had no ticket, gaur evridence as to tbao ianguge tiht t ru e l:ltu hid uueu int the preseueu ot laditc whet ttu u xerl with the offunce of trtvelling without u ticket. Tile bench inflicted at lille of lve hilling, with £2 28. costs.

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FATAL ACCIDENT AT ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

FATAL ACCIDENT AT ST. KILDA. --+-t- A man named Spriggino, a reoldent of Geelong, met with a fatal accident on Friday last. He was engaged in dismant. Iug an old builidng in Unuion-street, Wondsor, whlen some of tihe material came away unexpeotedly and strnuck him on the hleadul. Ilu was ploked up and taken to tl:e Alfred Hospital, when it was found he had ustalned froctore of thle skull; and he died aoon after his mloamission. At an inqllet enqsequently held a verdllct of accidental death was recorded

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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INCENDIARISM AT CAULFIELD. TOTAL DESTRUCTION OF THE UNION CHURCH AND SCHOOLROOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

INCENDIARISMI AT CAULFIELD. TOTAL DEiSTIlUiTI(N OF1' TIHE UNION OHURCH AND $UHOUIlIOOM. During the last few week-, mnre uvil dis posed perons have t beeC lllowiln arotnd OCaullietl acd its nei?iuirhood, itnd at a coasequece a large g llalubrer aof Ityterilo fires have occulrrel. lMatters reiached a climax on1 Tue-dlr msorninsbrlrbut 4l o'cloel, whet Ltwo firee, broke out alutost simtl taneously writhin half-a-mile from each other. The firast rs at otf llluCh mnali tude, oely involving tie dest ruction rf aI sterhle iU 3taytteirt-etresr, ijslelierl, Irnt tihe seeOl~ld \Vits lUUchll lu:e StirUel1 ill it, eOII1e. qeUcecs, ivolviugi the l total destructirlr of the tUion rchapel and rlhoulroom, with their furniture anl colltell'. Tile echool room was woodel trueCtllrec at tile rear of the chapel. anrl hadl onlty recentlly been erected. Tite lev. MIr. Greseon, wrhose houtse adjoils thie cipel, was :wakened about lthe hour named by thie crcklirtg of the fire, and immediately .,ree the alar...

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

SpeialAdvertisements. - S. WILMOT, 9 GEOtGE.STREET, WINuSOR, Prie aord ng to q tlit rom Na.st.ph y:r S. ndwO s. S itry phlt fromlD. 3dV.5Ar DSSESSINC SALO5 ON, Nor. 4 COI-MERCLU ROAD, PRA.. . Tnr an BROOKLYN Pitchers Sot.l -DnrniAHattanllaltot (All work garaateetl.) i -:. " " . ? onarsby l st,?al or ousthvlsowill rcoivo prompt atttlou SU ?'or the' E;BIB6 SOUSTH.nd TASo NRA.? Cllr .... :\:?tn town, go to- . .. s. I?~SK?..,?WS ··V',D.: }_ ,.:[1, DRES.SING SALOON, No. 4 CO.UNSERCPIASSE0D. PRAHRAB. S.I. t? nu Artist inl Uair, lIair Pralnnatiol~s, nnd Perfumes l,t Lnll of whrich, he hms | lad a lon oxtpericaca il? ?,eriea. io has. also tho hteut American Improvement t! i? ltrlsr's chairs an4 in~riv!l'?i~lt?,"?eaeln eolprw? which (Fl out ha[? as~eldsd as Oiio ?.ua bt an iilehl. .. Loc IHOnroa STUDIO,~r. ?', PI· ? .... ?"ea Chap?, el-sotlreet, t rm SOUTH~r. YRA . .. .~ ~ · U?SRPSSD Mr. A. Wartman, Certifeateo pupil lof r. Go. Weston ane d Herr Frau Dierich, HAS VACANCIES for a few bitlonlp...

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

Thi, ,Banking Institutions... .. ....?.v ~!;'f ~~~,,\sK '( 6 ' ..... . r 01', 2 ..N.. RA lA K0O AUB. cOplotsosood 01s, £0od70.000 -,.).o . so.o' h1 p o £1,000,000 , 1 '0 FIAO1O I100k 10NCO1 , e?ry itaintty'ersh?akehorers I': ,00;' -. i '? R"k n i?: N-- n a N C I " -', d,! ''? ispoi street - : . ., : INTRIES, OALLOWED 'OR 'DEPO01TS:'. ETt N.ATINAL I ANK.OP.AUST 1iLA0SI1A. S DO P Hi . DA£00, 6003. a . .. T :lojltd rsor Bto p?ods,0 0lro ooll000iloo005 00h1r h001r tlso~gl00,000.o ..N NTIONPl " . DIANKT: OF' Al.T Ixnw t;8uberf lah . t n if C nell . :" Cpil, £1re: , ;its? in tSre,@ an owe on &2 ho 0r ..fsoo l vl ? Fo? hug a 1reoo lndo, £1,000 00 BATIRCLAVH BRANCH;.n Coallola Sidt. 0 n 70 RO. GI0JRT. BROO, foo oro BE AOIK I Tm OF VIC ORI , tile 1annks D icllchs pitl/rmboes thrlgloht C 'ld.o' Fo d'£C10 it' IR "A DA BRAN CH, • ... : .... , : TE.? IA I . C:, O ?." , (Il?uoollo 010,1, 0,0 C10,0100,) ;: Br T -. D ,oo.o I. l Reo so Liott 1o ool O t A0o:o r . . .1. 000.. 0.. ..-AI' CAA DR...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

Satl u~lqymn liblmI~n lobt ~ lmluslmdmyh otio fo Thle subncriltion is oneplnn lup r ropy--Bcve? shllliugs imr nntmln--nne shillinrgs poat?l. TO uCORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS.t o ppl.. blnsslicmttout ndvertse dcuts hlp,.l.rebeh * PULBLISHED UN - WEDNESDAYS AND SATURlDAYS. thloFillco t_:elo'.o .m.. o n ?ondays Tlhlrsldys. ,S F E ARlYvrtisoc 37, 1$89.Lw' up to five Et.su d t r... 1st ssD s; IT t :?ubaeriarr? who urny receive theleaperr late, or sritn.. rly tire r.t st?.l to notify b aib u nt this office in order that tt'o ineonvelfleneo ma~ ba ronll c~i. Advertisers nre remindcd that all tristat lions referringto tile withdrawrlal of dvertise mleats, etc., tnns~t I3 lin writing, as erball notices e?ntiot bo Rtleizdedi tO; ' , 'I~btterd aud oth... auulm' fntioionb iut.ud¢ i~oi-'. ilmrtion hi the news· eohlmall-ullothl lm addlressed to Thle Editor. N'o notice cut 1?3 takern of twlotylnotls com rlttttti'tx'tioals. Evr-ryletteretustlmueelomllxnicd' 1? t it s.l.le libs address of thie riter, I...

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PRAHRAN BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

PRAH?RANW:BOARD OF ADVICE. TrE aboive Ian oe ;dvicd met od Friday evening lest, ci tie eciroome .leedrs Hendy and - Wright. CLremmerceil-rea. There were proueat--~~ 1 a. Sil riton (in Sthie chair), \Watron (aectiag crre-!eohlreii), Courson, and Iteedly. The actilg ulrrueleeut rt:,ilted Uhil the nllol had- kildiry l?llllCId ir i e ?le -f the terre-lhl, free of chii li , e tie Ihr and rth lif April for he prpiele of hohlrng conceris i aidi io tri .rchools periicc'foii; i000 tico!ls hl ieven pirinted f?r tile oncellrl aaid dirrieleit, eIrmeit the cour 'chbbl.:irlcl t iei;tiitrc and were 1rcinh bought very freclyne eil eryl prlolie weil girve of :i compelte iucee?s, leiig aclirved. Ciuoidc ibl dlieicully ailll tiInoyetaaI e !kI? buel.exlpere.l cot wit refrIucce tii ti night--i ..crvice at 3i.,:lcr -road school ?No. 1137l, through ti e iceimillle abo:lllley receusin to ate.I to them. ,hich has brought aboat iby lhe heiri IIIeIrteP (Ir. Templcltou) objilecing to (p lis. fir ihie work requ...

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

Special Advertisements. iUSI AND SINGING.--Lady isits and tees pumpils, Atrdrop1 TiMelipurn ogttty lgtt ?[ ANTED, by an elderly mann, light em~plo.? ?V lctt at Soottt Yarra. Toorak, or Prma tzn.,+ tepply Jolth," oe t o tl Ully peninr. firl. SICLIn.Y. octi O 5ltle;l ggrap t. Collar lhnake . HLOh-Rgt.e it. glg.tll Opo ,iodth Fost-ofll. Jtel?|rn of evryn desri|,toun 1c7 tlo oud prom ohYptly jexlut?, t I PSA SUCKLING, ECoi.mr al Olien p lace •.· Gcnerotl BlackLsmlth, Chnpel-str~ee, ouath 'la.rr?(nlcxl'll lS Sltales Orvc.Tis, ltchul~augv (la cvury d--?ciPtlOn of tIrll Wolrk igide gllt r Stdrcd. Ini Shutters spocinty. taHOe[AS ?[OBINT, Phtuolorto Tttller anil l ~Teparer, Carlisle-street (~at Vinos' Bros.* Newis Agn~cy,~ Ulllnaelav; Itlt Ir, R, WV 1Cin~lmm's. Yiulsor. lu~tt Puember of Haais hl Jry, tPelbourua E~lhilltit oil MVICHAEL COHN, 3I.D., PHIYSICIAN AND SURGEON, (LaJte of the Cye Ilospiihd, Colxeilhnb'c) 157 To01tx? RlOlu {near Soulth Ynr~ra t.?tionl.) Onic~o orer Collins-atreet aud...

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JOY FOR THE ST. KILDA CHILDREN. EXCURSION TO LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

JOY FoR THE ST. KILDA CHILDREN. ...-- 4,?-- EXCURSION TO LILYI)ALII. A large and crnlhusteiaati reting, reprl enting the local boanrd of advice and the tea~tchters of the tro sahte rchools at St. Kilda, wan heirll o Morrrday vering ill tile local Crart-housre to rake furthre arrarge mcnts in reganl to the etate achool xculr io. It was dlecided to holdl the tecursioan at Lilydalce, arnd the pricrs of return ticketn wcre fited at le. 3d. for chillret, and 3R8. for adults, the date sugeta e-viz., tihe 15th Maarch--being urartnmously agreed upor. Coarnmittcar?a rcrrappoiutll d in onler to sffcctively arrange tile variousa dctail, and judging by the unity anl eallthusia.m exiating, the event will be one of the maost euccessful of the kind ever hIeld ill the borough. The tickets will ahortly bt issued, anld in thie marntimo il arlllgc mearnt will be made to secure a thallomrghly enjoyable outing for tihe chilren. Tile vari ous conmmittees will meet on 3Iouday night at 7'30 to report lngmr...

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THE ST. KILDA ELECTORATE. MR. G. TURNER AT THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

THl STR. KILDA ELECTORATE:. hlM. (t. TURINER AT THE TOWN HALL Cr. Georgei Turler, one of the ca?nldites for the represetntation of St. Kildo, in the ensuiog Parliament, addreosed the elector at thie St. KIlhd town-hall on Monday rtvcnilg. Tlter was n very Itnrge atteodnce of electors, every plort ttf tho Itll being I-tald. Mr. N. iteinfeld, J.P, occupllc tit chlir, tndl there wero on the pltforW the gcntlemcn comprlising thoe committe which hloul becn formed to srecure the i "c-or..'fTurner Thr chairmin acld or -- are they had aoembled for ?hvereeeaworc ,hpos of hearing Cr. Tunrser, flair ex er c eliver hia .views on the politics of lh y T.here 'C severoal candidaten in ,h llbut if they gave audioence to the Sof Cooncillor Tiuracr, it would evect hally e forthem to decido.vlhiceh of the addit wolhl be the bhet mao to oserve ielectorate. Personally, he was the n o mogistrate in that city; ire had the sr of sittihg with Mr. Turner on the ch, aud hal at all timc found him a el, able an...

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MISS SCHREINER'S AUSTRALIAN MISSION TO SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

MISS SCHREINER'S AUSTRA LIAN MISSION TO SOUTH AFRICA. The above lady gave an interesting lec tore ill tihe Presbyterdan rchoolooom, Alm road, oo Monday evening last, there boleg only a moderate attendance. The proceed Inog opeoed with prayer by the Rev. Dr. Daome, after which that geotleman intro dlcedl the leture?s. Miss Schreinelr, who les a splenlid lspeaker, ill openilng her remarksc. rferred to the way in which the varioom missions were established in South Africa. The Intive population, with which they tad to do, consisted of the enormous oum ber of 1O0,OOO,00 human beiog. iegard illg tile Zolus, they were thie nlost trench erous of all the tribes, andl they showed a deadly hatred towards all Europeans; in fact they were ,monar.,hs of all they our tcyed. The Scotch mioioehs had wore aotiofctory reclit than nolo other. Maony of the tribes would not aclnowleldge a mision, oil acconot of their being fright coed that the white man woull usnrp their land,. The work ill many parts h...

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AUCTION SALE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

AUCTION SALE NOTICES. MeJssrs. C. J. & T. Haml (the Mrlce?lile, Finanllce, Truatces and A.gency Co.) will cell on the 9th prn. several vaolable pe rotiecs, cumprisitg btusins arid r?Csidlntitll sites at St. KIilda, ucar the tran terminus. This sale offers rare indocrments to Isr heasers, Mr. L. C. tWilkinsorn will sell o MIondllay next, at 11 .ln., ol tlhe p?ellises, Jackson street, setr termnuais, St. Kibla, a slperior lot of household furlniture andll eftcts, in etluding a valOuable piaellOt I· chiesdmayer nod Sohn. Mr. . Valde Linton will sell to-morrose, at nooll, oil thle Irremlisc, "Waiwera," tirosvcnor-trceet, St. Kihll, a superior lot of household furraiturte and eftecte. Mr. Lilnton also nunntounces tile eale of u valuable freohloll property in Colnmercirl roalt, Phrara,. to take pltae at in ecarlt date.

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRAHRAN AND SOUTH YARRA TEMPERANCE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

PRAHRAN AND SOUTH YARRA TEMPERANCE COUNCIL. -4-- A. meeting, convened by circular isuedl by the Victorian Alliance, was hcld in the Meclmunies' Institute on Mondaymhight for the purpose of forming a United Temper ance Political Council for thIe electorates of Prahran and South Yarmra. About fifty gentlemen were present, but, as Fomne mistake had been moade in the mannrer of convening, a great many teupermance workers were absent. Mr. J. It. Heath having been voted to the chair called on Mr. John Vale, the orguuintg secretory of the Victorian Alliauce, to state the object of the meeting. MIr. Vale said lthat, in conaequencoe of the electorate of St. Kitda laving been dlividedl, it was founll neces sary to reorganise thIe eouncilt, and the object of convention was to band together a strong committee for the lpurpos of sup porting the aendidatc who sympathioed most fully writh their views on things political. Test questions wouli be sub mitted to all urndidtcs, anl d answei R solicited...

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