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THE ST. KILDA ELECTORATE. CR. JENNING'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889

THE ST. KILDA ELECTORATE. cti. JEN. IN?G' CANIDIDA'UItlti A largely ttendled meotoilg of clectoro vons iddroe"-ed by Cr.. Jl?oitig in 'the' lleacosfiell ilotel, West Iloteel, St. Iilda, on Thursday evening last. -,r. Allard wao voted it tihe chair. The candidate said, in justitication of his cooling forwart o s a catcdilatc, thlat he had Iecn it resident of the borolgh alol his life; that he had a very large interest ill the listrict ; that his father before him had a lage iltteit in it, and was one of the founders of the borouglh. (Ilear, hear.) lle had taken a great interest inl the pro gro?ss of St. Kilda, had been a councillor for eight year;, and during that time Ihe .was i du course mayor-of the boroeugh. Having occupied a scmti-public position, the elecctors had tot opportunity of jodgitng as to his calpacity as ai rlpisetitative btter than if lhe were erely a private indlividual. Ils first ouleavour, if cleeted, would be to look after tile ?allitary reloireienllts of Mehrllt...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889

USEFUL., HINTS.;?: ---4---· lliy yiour chcqae-beoki witti the tamps"e imprcesel: Never Rign anythillg withoat looking firet to sice If it be prolerly stalpei1d. , . Ilemeclber, tle Jirert icrsol who exccuteca iany instrument Il respoesible for allixing "nd?;Fl ccie" 'nthc? a up, :~ I I? ?" Do not foirgettt ttfie lo nte, cc well cv fit initials oriiignature, must i wrilttc on thle stamp. . Have all your printedl receipts stlampedl ready for iuc. Letters anekniowledgigpiymie!lt of ally unu of £5i or over by ilnfIt or chleque lulS pay duty. 'enaeltiei'ihlyj b i reedvered snllmmarily before two justides,'alaue bihi.niuster may nlloiw a portion of tile i niiiiit o go to all ilifenller. ]Look crefelly It yollr Icdle., Olleerroen nmay iivallatte an Iimportnit tnrallactioi,. If several consideraltions are exprei ed rl n oeiii.?il!eocpet, you cioust:.,py on:cach separately. uo'nclet bills rui tloi log : keip tlec l e. .:-'. .: ' -? " . -, '.9

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THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889

iHE PARLIAMENTARY ELEC TIONS. --+- Matters are still chansging form in the various electorates, and up to date the atsilitlates are not all in readiness foa the retuirning-olliccr's signal to start. The air is thick with rumors of thin. ing-out in more tlhan one of the local elctoatrates, and before nomination-day several changes will, for certain, tnke ilace, leaving it more easy to itroplilsy tie result. T'leh appointment of returning-ollieccr for.thie several electoral districts-it.lho eoloi,'ifi-iniut lie olliciallysmade uhtil later the dissolution of the present Par liament. Meanwhile, however, gentle niln have beenl appoiitedl to lmakeC the ciressary preliminary arrangemsents for the eleqlious. ,Amoing the.number are : for Plraran, Dr. Fethersrto, lfigh-st.; SouthlYarra, Mr.' T. Firth, J.P., 21? Avoca-streelt, South Yarra; St. Kilds, 1Mr. J. S. Johnston, Espladlude, St. KIildi; Teoorntrlr. Jl. iu. uter, J.PT;of Mtalvern. The teetotaleors have put on their var-paint, and wlinha...

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A REMARKABLE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889

A AI;111h iiK ALE OGASE. Ui jirly Ilturah tr'p7,d) thee t o, follollngirt Its '.j mitol poy'bol rl In truo.rih. to Our Cuoiderormot reccil the drcuuoitoncuo of u ytoq!lg clerk, nimuta Arthlur ite hold, nililng ilensbluh onu t hemWhntley Lane in tlhi town ooume tie ago nortt eillg picked up, asr he otltned perIectly helple atond t:kenl in acab te y Lwou ggeltlcuen to.thu olhice utof '. W. Fisher, tll.. thile solicitor whot e r lo l irrt ,cttrt. rOn refrbHltuig hriu tbo -n"allniOllu it rwas ilPsertainmal lie was nltlieteit hlt rtll ros secled to reull Rincur hble dieare. le roic Ile:mr. Thj.ts Otpear: Ie o d ite had Irt tel toc ulutiku erald wn?o u o hir wauy back to his work, ucllthe sod dItly his 1 .uwtsJ.,prriu nr wtdrlultulrtofell in thte stret tlikt ha'1?if an o1trou stor ilodihm"t. On crOllrig to ris iocl?ro ill the colieitorl' o:lico Te t cthought' ;rtht thiis ?eight rirnru, rrd feared heo was gohig to hlIeor t it of fll wh-ic, whleh we alll kmiw,? is n Yory dread utol tlirg fo...

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EASTERN SUBURBS ELECTORATE. HON. D. GILLIES' ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889

EASTERN SUBURBS ELECTORATE. 11[0. i. (;GI.I.IE ' .AIIURIiS. A meeting of tile fliells and supporters itof the I'li'ier, tihe Ilan. Iiuncanll Gillie, wis hell in the Shire hall, .M[alvern. o Monday eveilng ltt, thellre being iabout '11 gelltlellll pre ut. The hon. gentleatull who we [itlot pre'uellt, w\'I waited upon b)y l large tld influential eplllltatio ltas tiweei, lreluesl'tig hint ll contest t~l~t electorate twhenl le dlecilli to entmply with the r'ie-l. Severl other ei0liLte it It hbeen in the liehl previou, to thi<, bat on h1arig that .Mr. (illies wats to be akthd to allow hlinlelf to be lolllillltte, all c l:e ept o' e. wae unldert:lll, wilthtlrlc theiir p. sitill, lll a reell to give tlh t ?e llle lln their conllbiied Ptlltort. The coat . vener' of til e muetilg, .3I11 . i. (I. tellt,,V, votled tl tho chair. The vhltir man in op,mning Iii rlemarh?, urge'( tlht all party ditestio nahoulll le m ile, ah allt t hll glhl ive theirl llilte euurg ill tryilg It seelr tte...

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AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889

AS WE GO TO PRESS. o() oItr fifth Iige will he founId II TheII lldi~ r cllllnllu," " T'l'he puzzle box," "The Poet', uornir." anti other lnatters. Sct?\ ?t l itlll.llf Illteret, ri,)orts, U . ill-i :'idiin that of tihe: St. KIilda con il inet illg, alre Ila:t~d y crotwded nut of this nitul. They will itppc2:tl II Saturday. I it' Sa turday'n ise we n inal e I)r Leger-lIrsou appear an odeler tll:lll thai hI really is. It wat..tated thait hei was pr ctini ingi I)lblin for 2:tyearsmwhereas itfshoulhi iave 112C:1 p:iid he was It 23 yea:r reilldent of h)ublin. of whihi city le is Ia i'rcimtn. 10rahrata Trn le-res' excursiol were pre neullt. t the lls cce-fl winri.ners. The utmetiLg Naas well atItended anu, gouenrl tngr'tuilbitioit; lookplat'e hi rerg r41 to the torrill afternoon aIll ti ti t llllilille t reI nluetal to ?aanltn? oin the i rht??u ttn lnil-' grund. whoanhle st1 will ble picked for a f'rilndly game ilf cricket. Somiensports will :1+J lIe hehl. when ýeveral unclaitnul prizes w...

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AUCTION SALE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889

AUCTION SALE NOTICES. .Messrs. C..1. \I T. Itt u (.the Meratntile, Fhinem'. TJ'runtec, I n.' -enly (Co.) will -ull o: SAtturly hext, svetrao l valuable pro `itc, at St. Kilda. tear tlil1 IrI th itlap ltnlt . Th1i0 ,ale oft?lCs rlare illucctmlltlls to pur Mr. (G. Vale Linton annntctIIeLes the sale f :t rialt;iabl freeltold property ill lmmelllr tcialroad, i'rlahlLu, to take Iplace onll the Mle-.r. Ilo-'lals Dare and Chapman ?ltlat notuce for sa.turlay Itopt, at 3 (..i( the premie . " ?lulleley," 1Harkly-street,

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MR. JOSEPH HARRIS AT SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889

M\II. .IOiEL'II I.A(ItIt . AT KoU'PII1 YARR~A.. A I ng of the frieteit mte suportrtetr of, MIr. Joeet Iltrrie was hell .on~. eeteday eveningl at the Knuth Yam% Club,, Hotel ; MIr. W. hutller in tihe elehir. C mnitteee evpee.1efrmudttte r verioue diejelete ef thte elecletrte, arnd a ertbeoniutIttee ietep. peluted it steeet to e ittee-roueee at or near the following sitese :-(Chanpel-street, Commiercial-road, near lBotatnic iotel, and in Toink-road. Mfr. Harris sttaled tlht he would address the clectors at an early date, to refute riloutrs circulated r, his intentions as regnhlrs visiting IEurope. This hlie would rather lhve left until after Mr Gillies manifesto appeared, but he felt that under the elrcumnstanee it was Itcessa.ry to xplain 11 the electors that if he was elected he did not. intend leaving the colony its slated. The same rumolllm had been circu latel three yeani ago at the last election, when he stated, as now, that lhe did not intend to go to lEngl.and if eleceted to r...

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THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. THE SOUTH YARRA ELECTORATE. MR. LANGTON AT SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889

TIE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. ---4--- - THE SOUTH YARRA ELECTORATE. MIR. LANGTON AT SOUTH Y.ltitA. The Ilon. Edwarnt Langton natrces??d the electors of South Yanrr at Christ Church chootrool oiln Mionlay night. Mlr. WV. Es-ington Ifing was voted to the chair, and there was ii el Idittteiantce of electors. The Chairman nasked theita patient ald quiet hearing mnight ie --neeorddl to the candidate, and hopIed that they wouali have no li.hlbgreablae noise aind opipoition, llh is .they-,d had hI o? preious pvqillgs. .... 1I'lhe i+Idn. Edward Lnagtonl. whiIe was rcI ceived with applause, haid he felt sure it was contrary to the practice.of tie.electors of that district to give other.than the eojar teons hearing thlt was\t\ e toenandliate and ie was satistied that, they woald accord him consideration, lie wished it to Ie per Ihetly eoll understooil that he halcol honat in no spirit of oppl.ition to Mr. Ilarris. lie had are, as. tile slupporter of that gen tlemann,.andl hal ivoted for him at...

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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. SYMPATHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889

: THEi POET'S CORNER. Ten Editor to lwaoye rcdly to rcele orlelegnl 'pctlotl l:0f oo w lleh will oop bllaonl wlen nitblho.l'Jt Ix?i?letod, to coltiate Otlhilet, and raeder thli dtolrtloent l the l]lm r as lterestng a? looblo. -- -4--.' SYMPATHY. ý I ttid)bchir · t lttle agrnv l Alil watched thoem gently lay A chill of tcmler years far down Its lonely home of clay. And heard the sobs, as if the heart " : Ofoall it owned, fcret a l tIlfe otlhr ill her ng tish cried, Not one to me it left. , To tnrw' her rlidfT'l'hliplyj' ilsRisole'' IHer hand in mine, mid aid" . They are not here, but up abovL tl'y'Juotisithce were let `.' ' ' ,.I elnot any comfort get, ... ,..,My.herrt is hard I. know, ..Your:ords but moek.me-oin my grief, Oh God ! I loved them so. 'I gently dr? idte f? cer oil, I Till by another gfvo, e . 1 ietood ingene lhere tle hooers ..Iy breezes gently egeo., . l,~", .I tlspoke not; 'but the frdubled hrirt There reil in eorc l9 pl lh Of o.?I Iloet who, too,:had gone ;.,Where de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889

THilF; FINET TIIABi TIFF 1VORLD) lI'tODUCEM Arc Il a .ctlrtIg halk.hlu prIce. by 3bcldntyr Itn,'., tea mcrclullc, I33lourk~e Pmhral (bulwee . Swnostu n nu(I Iowwill streets), Mealbourne, and IlGi Cluilplllhlr'f t, Prahran--AuvvT,;' i' :'; 1"`I~rli: I'ltOFE8SIONAL&' MIROANýlttl 41I? ---+- We beg to draw attention to the follow. lng, vi. :--8 a year insurane agu?iet ALL accidenats to human life, and teures l1000 Ij e?ojth ndl 4t a week during injury. t'rpovlr fotut ati)l all particularsn on p pll?itouo to th oOb t,b 'L?r; otu''nAo l tell t ANoCH COMPANY, 82 Collluststreot We\Vt. ONe THOUSoND FIVe HUNDRED clatter bnhe aeilPAIDhby, Tns domopanry, I'clrsola puttering from icafuBIII v or unrnl and~ thtnni. catarrh should conxnltl thee "advri1 Ciinic,'" hrnpsinoll ToIPnk--Nnd, South 1'urr4, Meul JdWri: Vflhijllct frpec Ancvi. . Drapers.and Clothiers. SOUTII YARRA ELECTION STO TIC ELECTOiES. R. TRENGOVE, " 'Draper, - : ,: Oufltter-,and-4 ;: ,,J:'=; Milliner, , Heqtfhully SOLICITS, Y...

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AUCTIONEERS AT PLAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889

AUCTIONEERS AT PLAY. -4- lDy BESr'IrVE BID. On ti t. tleith te ntintmero anad estate agents of Melbourne held their fourlh ?inutal gathering. With very qu.s tionale taste the cotiuiittee'f tile an·ie ca tion made choice of the Melbourne cricket ground lo tile scene of the festivity. However well-suital thinggronial mnay .e for ia footiall struggl? or irr icaled letclu cricket matches, it is utterly unsuital for the meeting together of nladies and gentle mena for muttlu|] mnltusement and recreatioln. Tihe nmoihatL moagre attendance was emphatic prinf that the qualitisuof tlhe M.C.C. city blocktii vem Ioor wheln put into competition with the clhrms of n searside resort, or the attmctions of tihe unpolluted country. The chief feiture of the day, the opicket match-lCast:.)and West nwakened but a laqguid interest, owing ti the teams being ihhythlug lint fully reprtm sentative,; 'nud vien ithe score,'stoqd West 110, East 7 don'n for 0G, the match was cut short by tile action of mine of th...

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ANAGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889

MAUIaMs~. The following seven wordA "are- nfi mnagr m of a well-knownu bcote cc of eighlt world-a watchword of historic, hiogop' i?, or heroic nrote Ugly, nest; vasf,'czrend,' mIey, r iiikli, s~ioot.

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SCRIPTURE ENIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889

SclctPTYnr Ilaf~ avr. . ý;1 ! tr Thre illitin~la caul Iloliiiiiril iirJ the namen of a'rophct, 1. A prophtCte of thle tfioe of Aocr. 2. A deputy of .eldooo to the tiow of '- . SL~laoj1, '3. Ooo hof .lrani', oo 4. A kioig of the Ammoolntes meotiolnd by Jeremiahb. 'i. A teooicinll, niqnt oned 'In; th e ,M~t B. ' oho f Chath o nicle. t. The father o f qJbio-a: ··`i

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TRIPLE DECAPITATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889

TRIPLrE DECAPITATION.' Blleead n n cvil thing That toves to bito on! o!io:; And tn, n oromno'n 11n0111 Shall your attentiton claim, Incihrad again: horn queer ! A Iplurl word to here. IBhitead ngain-ihoy treonge, And weonrour ir the. change A brittle thing behold, Of wnlth, ano mnk. nlive toll,! 1VnoWimcl ihl '{ithnint Inlsul! 1. A [)lnnce pruninlggrand.

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CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889

CONNI ID UdL. ' 4. If a tough stcak could speaL, allt great poet would it narer F 3. t :a nirin trtlfor r~te a liorre reItt a tail, wtry hoeuld the rell iit rehole :3. Who r should a ererre rrtrara rear a wc he e travels in at te.a [coerCE

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A VICTORIAN POLITICIAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889

A VICTORIAN I'OUTICT 4S. 'My fi~t-i; a etrc~t jinSb Kihiln; My se lIL adnintV AIL L ,Iy third is descrip~tionl of frulit.: 'ncc whole constitutes the tunic if a Victuiciii politician.

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TRANSPOSITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889

TILnA nPOs1TfO N. I. WhIen we rend of thoe puirplu a tine linen, «;e could hoolly oi;y then; were - 2, It is said that tlaotltoooti , fr prioooy, often in.i a - w~ith a trap dour.

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A WORD OF FIVE CONSECUTIVE LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889

A1 Wono FI' IIvr. Co Is r'q II' I",ETTI:ItS. ame a wordl of five lettuer. welII9a "y l takivi? "doacletter t and iiJtrliil tt i ni-1 othee reai,.l tre canlnwul ee ltotterof.- the

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[?]ADIES' COLUMN. [?]TER-TEA GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 March 1889

DIES' COLUMN. I?l.TEA (1GOtSIP. Sare fond ofI tile ariety of a tile lIandy Dinmont, will l in learning that It mlrnk S, tthis season' ,dog,' limii? -in til . ct o'luglil n so' fathful sholhl oiiake it'. 'favorite iI ' "f theI siing n omtnct' famdil are great dog lovers .tpet jut is S lacihsnd, that f Wales a larige Polmeninan long staning); that of thl _f tlat lraeed) tntl tlosenoO cuIsto is gaohiig' gromllll i es ino Ametric--that of hiring aiis by tihe Ihor or:tlhicvI; Ilcy, shapt1l like fans tvitli Ih Japalnese itist, oa aiongst , aare also rounde hansket i:dlc1; houd with ribbon, anl ol~d a' .oc A . , a large blow to mntch l he) -r liaig rowersl , •l. . niil aaeaiots of the Vandcr. li lnot io 2,714'aiO0,000 ollaN, income being 131861,00 0 tro. 1 lnt mkes will not cro0s oate It a l.c a hles ,f allicm left.iinstruen ,h of her servaant was to be , ta l?-n, a her legacy ti re of lobert o R smere Tamqnuians ans h tl nginitg whtere her falier now hohlds -i()al appl)ointncnt. Herimothe...

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