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

Builders and Contractors. iOUST ? I OYCA SJrICKC AB ilder' l JoiLr]. H. England, .IOU]I.DE1] ASS] CUSTRACiOt]. i Nolsnstrnot, Paa ncrv, (hlam tho railw. Every des·Ertl,Uon o! Jolnory work OCxccutal On , o' Onlr a ronllr mmly attended to. 1i Ethuve foO?r dJn rln. , Jobe MIOUNT ERICA 1RICK ANSD TI.E YARD. H. England,'~ ;:" ! UIIIDEI( rg.ND CONTIL\O'IOLL.. EIl gh-street, Prlha.m (n?-.r WPlllrla-ro:ul.}P " \S 1 ways o11 ]nud a ntl'e htl,'o of r )raut ?- -ilm, Gutter T|[c?, Ha ,?lil'hI'llc l.tlia, }'lowe? l'otn. C,0 ielln lll [ots, [tJ.:!¢it? \r..l tihltors, Vemnun b Tiles, Ultidct, Ed3i,?, lI·ir, l' Post e.a rNld onlraCT 'llromptly aLtte1?d?I~ to, Cltimstoa Kiveu for gpmernl relnllrs. 'Joiners • . ork on hall[. ,3[OUNT' EPICA ];RICK( AND TI~iL YARD°) ,L?" ?iih-strtct. l'e.tl ?11t ,, : , .(?¢Mr ;Vilnr{li·.r?d . Professional. BOSTON & CO., E?,?uINEERS AD BIlACKS.'!TITHS, fJ7 EsL(ms-onTItEr, CAnrTos', nsLufactuarr* of CORIPORATION VEIANDIIDAIIS (Pnlmorny other design), GIRD2)ELRS. ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889

TW~E aro assured that prophets find ns honour in their own country; and shoua ldi LiDS .,Ir nnr mbraoc lcislativ as well as prophetic honors, we Ihave no alternatirove but to predict a sad fate for our numerous "local" candidates to-morrow week. "' Wo can only 'ope, as Sir GaII~I.aut BElRY used to say, that such a wholesale slaughlter of the inio cents by the electors wiill be averted by tlhe belief tlhat parliamcentry hlonours are exempt-uthat they are thie excep tions which prove tlhe rule. It would be really too bad for those gentlemen who have been pluming themselves upop their strict "localism," to be informed, when too late, that they had been parading a skeleton that swas injuring rather than assisting them; and that they would have been accorded a far better support in some " foreign" elec torate where they were f,., known. WeC are, we should mention, speakinggener ally-we are not referring psrtieularly to Prahran, or St. Kilda, or South Yarra. These constituencies have tllh...

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MUNICIPAL NEWS. ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889

MUNICIPAL NEWS. ST. KILDA COUNCIL. MONDAY, M e.nc 18. P'resent--Crs. Jeans (Mayor), Colii bore, Sundercoimbe, O'Donnell, Jen nings, Richardson, and Pilley ESaPwe.DE TaUitwIr.--Tha Secre tary of the tramway company wrote informing the council that, in regal to the ldeputation that desired to wait upon the company, to bie comprised of the council andl ratop:ayerls intercstced, for the purpose of urging the colstrue tion of a cable instead of a horse tram way, the managing director was out 'of town, but the other directors woull receive the deputatia if required. On the liaotion of Or. Jomningos a repily was ordered to bie got, stating thalt the council preferred to wait iuntil the deputation could be recoived by Mr. Olapp. Tan NEw TOwn-icLo.--. letter was received from Mr. W. Pitt, architect, relating to the constructiolm of the now town-hall. On the motion of Or. Connibere it was re coived and referred to the public works committee, the architect to be asked to supply the council wit...

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PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889

PARS PITHILY PUT. Autumn. Writs out. ,Will lent break! Our telephone interviews. 'MaInons-grcelat doings this week. 1telbourne HIospital foundedl 10th March, 1141;. Ilrinsley Tobin's workilg. You bet he is graftinlg. The IBank of Austmo!oia pays a dividend of 121 per cent. Insolvency boom--four local failures ano nounced in this issue. United Fire Blrigade Demonstration at ltallarnthas been a big socceos. Eleoterl parmdox sulre tis complete: rveryoulldsto rtns, and yeto tand, for a soatll Mr. Sutherland, of tlquitable store fame, has hml a bd attalck of laud boom--gone unllg. Do tho-e two St. lbilda councillorslove one anotllcr --Crs. Connibere and Borker, wce Int'l. *Ellingworlh anlld lInstoin, a firmn of ptrittrs at llichmoaed, have filed theitr sheldule; big figures, too. Mr. S. L. Cbhol oan addressoes the electors at Hlealey's carriage factory South Ylarm to.morrow night t 0 o'clock. Judlolng from tile letter of " Boozer" in this issue, G(ood Tenlaolry mattert at Oak Icigh seem ...

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

FOOTBALL. . The lirstmetibg ofrtlb Surrey Football Club tookl place at Mloore's Morning Star hotel on lriday last. Mr. P. G.1Sblhrne rwa in tile chlir, alll about 130 r?re prelsent. O? didd-bear.rs were elctelrd as follouus: Iluon. tre., IBer. Wheelerr; bol. sec¾, W. H. Boom; eoumnittlee-J. Lloy.l, S. Scarle, J. Kidson, J. ulrl,A. Dougl:s. A vote of tuthanks tlo the chairalu brought thie meet ing to a clost. Tbile fiLfth auu.l meeting ol the Mariutou Football Club rwas hld oul Tiursday con. inghrlct in thie Albion reotl. Mr II. W. Iroels wrorthll (prcsident) in thle chair. The repolt "lshowled tlt iut of IS nlatcebs 2 w2er drawrn, 2 lo.rt, anlll 4 uoci; also, that bc 16 l bis. ill prizr s had berrn rlreselrtedt a social ".,It was agreed that tile club enter tr l Junioru FooLbll Ass?ciation. The follow ing oflice-bcrrers werre clected :--latrons Joseph Harris, Esq., 3I.L..0, 5. B. Back house, E q., M.A., IL.., lohe Be:trty, lsq., C. J. Dixon, Esll., J..l W. Brisley Tobin, E?sq., A. T...

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PRAHRAN PAINTERS, PAPERHANGERS, AND DECORATORS SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889

PRAHRAN PAINTERS, PAPER HANGERS, AND DECORATORS SOCIETY. Thile above society leld their half-yearly dinner on Mondlay evening at the Tele gmraph Iotel, Pmhram. About thirty gentle men sat down to the good things provhiled by the society's caterer, Mr. F. H. Todd, of Windsor and Balaclava, who must take credit for having supplied a very enjoyable repast. Mr. J. t. P'ierce, of Boort, an old post president of tihe society, whlo had conle to Melboulnle for the express puirpose of bicilg prescitt occupied thle chair, haviing onis right the president, Mr. Stnlding, atnid on his left the past-presidcnt, Mr. J. Lamb. After thile good thiogs had been well dis cussed, the business of the meeting com nlellccd. Mr. J. Lamb was miad the recipient of a pIst-presidcent's certificate, the presctation bleing made by the chairman in a neat little speech, in lwhich he sounded the ipraises of Mr. Lamb to very good purpose. Mr. Lamb replied, and said lthat as he was about to pay a visit to tile oldl eoa...

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SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889

. SPORTS COLUMN. . ......~.... c. cim' ?' CRICKET. I --9-4 BY O.C. ":'The St. Kilda' started a three days' match against the !cl:mooelon the latter's ground oil Saturday. The fonaum; rkippcr won the toss, nad elected to., bht tirt. -- lShaihu nlrado-ale0, I. Smith 22, ad G. C. i.Wilson O5, or, :lil buetwc, ther.. The other eightltotield stji 22, land e le'total wm: 182. The Richio dll o lhivee three down for 34, RI. Sumilritl aid IC?leogh bowrlir weall.. tastdr' pirepatibii are bein?u;,:Ale, aol we hear on gooe althority that thLe Christ mas Wanuderers are getting a grand temo together for their visit to Sale, lairnsdale, le. MIessm. I. RTih and D. E. Glec?ioa'ine managers, aill proiise a good timo to /dl . vd go. . The Haoelishrbue plegyd a team from the S--vrehousotof Steers. Sargood, Sualcr, adl, ,: Nichol. The.lntter only madle 39, O'Connor and E. liush each getting five wickets for 12. The Hawkshburn made i2, Freemn (17), Rlasdon and lE Roush (10 eachl) beilg the top scorers. T...

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AUCTIONEERS' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889

AUCTIONEERS' REPORT. ---t-+ Messrs. Welsh, mitll, and Co., nuc tioneers, report hvinlg held a ntisfactory auction Ialeo at Chadwick's hotel, lenal]a, oil \Wedncsday last, of leasehold property, situant at Mokoan, county of bIolira, 320 acreo being ohld at £2 17o. 6el per ncre. Total sale, £120.

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

Special Advertisements. HoINP TING oT S rr Decriptionh exl t n aluzrior style ou the Shlortest Notieo, at tile OT' of ths Iptr. ,USIC.--,IISS I. BEIRR, teachr o[ an.o C.. f orte(pull oo wrProfessr Ema nu visit s ant rrcites lPisH Albe)rt Co~ttageI Uil:ly. street, St. rKihla. j-UcCI AND SIdhING.--I,, y i tit nti. !rec Iivesp~is.· A~ddrnss--1 TivOli·Tril,1, "I-OOP 1(ONi.--Qu~,ity of Ilmlp Iron for [-LSal or Exchange. A~llqy, 3[mmgerd Pnl'ahrn Tchvlmrah olncc. rlENDE[IS.--Tellers wanted to al ? dy 15 loadsx I" Garden Soil, lamI 5 l.)ads ohI S~ll,io 1I[:tluro to bedeli\'ercl at JMalholaa-ro.ld. TIoorak. A~d dress ?[, olncu of this inqger. ,?JIES ANDRE?V~S. S~dldce lnlearl~ slip Collar JIlaker.L l igh~street, St. Kilda, op.· posile PosPt-ofllc. Relopair of evryn description unetly anld promlptly ex callletl S~ UCKINGCI Cop ?er ntil Oven Malker. nlld ?.Generall 111aeksl'ltll. Cha :el~street, South Yarrn licit ·U1nS1Slallde. Ovensa. KitehellnlulgPs' aud every dlescrilltion of Irnl WYork ma...

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OUR SUBURBAN TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889

3UR SUBURBAN TELEPHONE. -4-- Enxchange please.--Yes. Switch us on to Herald oillee. Say, MIr. Winter, do you mind us copying your utyle in regard to telephonic interviews? Jnliko several of our contemporaries, we aes very selioitive about doing such thlngs without cdent? -i Who is spealking ?-Prhran Tclegrapl ad the St. Kilda Adrertiser people. Oh, that's O.K. Those papers tell the planl and unvarnished truth, however un. pelatable, as does the lHerald. Yes, Samuel, my boy,we lhave mnailed our olorn to the'mast. WIetell the truth, and fcur no man. Welldlone; good lukel atend you. We would ido anything for honest jounualism. All right.: Ta., h . ..-.. Say, Exchange, switch s8 on to David Blanalshrd's,; ethllslimulent iri i Flinlcrs strcet ii. I ,1 ; i r he ' j Iq Mr. ttlas'laeil tlirb ?-Ycs, u t hc's buny studying poetry. . ' . " ".._".:;*." We thlought.so; tell him to come to the instrm'ent. Mr. B.-Yc, I'm!l hero; what do you Well, we were eit your Imeetlng'goi Wed nesday evening, n...

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THE TIME PAYMENT SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889

TIIE TIM1E PAYMIIENT SYSTEM. ----6--.-... SIR,-You say in your leader of Wlednes dlay lais, "Legislatilo is ourgently needed upon this sublject." For the life of nol I cannot see why the hirer of furniture shouhl he better proteted than thie ituyer ofit. MIy experience of both parties is that hircrs are lea s thrifty than'llhveor; then why ibe placed in any better position by legislative enactment 1 Alndas mattlersc now stand, many of the firms wheo lee l ferniture insist on seeing the receipt for tihe rent every week. If thle teaunt anl Iircr neglects to pomdulce thie receipt, tile firms know that things are going crolokedi, and protect themselves by ipa)i'rg up' thle rent and removilnggthogorts. Itisoolyfirm who do not ftllow this rule who imake any serious losses. s a rule, owneris of houses avail themselves very" sparingly of thie distress 1proecs, and in lieu of a bIetter metlhod to collect rent from a bad tenanot, it wouli be a mistake to abolilsh it. Youer, &c., AcGNT...

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

Drapers and Clothiers. "66, 68, and 70 S CHA?EL STREET, PRAHRAN. ,ROWN,; CORKE & Co. (LATE JOHN PARRY & CO.) DRAPERS, :!Mercers and Tailors. MILLINEIL.Y AND DRIESSMAKING. 1 C. & Co. intimate tlmtt they hve tvlateen B such me~surTe ?s shall very g'eatly extend the bsineese of their prIdecesesors, ndl, re :lying upon the jiudgment of Isecrning public, they ietend making it the COMMElRCIAL CENTRE of tie SOUTIIERN SUBURBS. To achiere this deirable erld, B.. C, Co. ecognise that there is but one way--to supply GENUINE GOODS At Strictly Moderate Prices, Anl pay the utmost attention to the re quiremcnts of their Customers, thus not only to O MI MA ND SUCEES , but to .:DESERVE IT. B. C. & Co. will hold a MONSTER SALE!!! FOR 14 DArs ONLY, Commencing This Day, wheu TJIE STOCK OF TIlE L.\TI FIIIML WILL tIE CLEAIRED Amouoting to £16,000, -" AT ANY SACRIFICE. Visible Reductions LN EVEIRY LINE TIIIROUGIIOUT THE HOUSE. BROWN, CORKE & CO., LATE JOHIIN PARRY &...

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

Banking. .Institutions.. -- ,, NATIONA.L .AniO.OF. AUS. Capitdl Oal,,old £j1.0 000 'n"?.?,.?:,.....?....." " ' " Ir'?,sia rinki,~iro ooo. " Fsero L?,ilitydf Sh£re0oldeM, ,500,00 . ! rF iT i doO1.0 o n £100 00 C..'. CO plM Street;:. INTEREST ALLOWVD ON DEPOBITS. tllItho 0l0uka 1£r£0c£s 0n00d0040o,0lcoo thlrourh eot tho World. ' . EN. D, no . ' N I.ON EN EnOTN AIT, Amr , - , ,: Opitnl.SltbscribN1. l,£."J0,b00.. :, ,ial ,-u £1,000 0o0 '. eorro ?unds, £670,000: 10sorro 0 inbillty of £00rohollero, 01,500,000 . ST. RI0DA'RANCH. .' Center of Iiigh-strcat leitd Wellhliton-s-oct ron.on n. D;. E an r £00,00 £01071 o 000000,0 0VoO1-,,",,, -oo,oO Teo" "^""700000o0! oo o oios.- 00'0 N..00 , oDrafts000 issue 000 oo?nlad read o olol?a Coool? ksololO oood 00 0 tolouou 0 0le 0 1 wor l0. "" " ' . . . . ALC ri ToAStimANCH ITEIEST • NATIOATD ON DP OSITS.' (gn·:l E ROBETON,~Manager.. A 0 ..O o No lO . TO. I.0 . tI hd Subscrl'l.y Act1 ofuncil0 Cp ita, £1 CP,OC, in 2,WO dnmre of acemb. M-erud,o £11.000,00...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889

TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. 1 This JounLZ 1 is ul ,lplshd ou ?Vewler and The t'lscriptioA t e olunn lr toy --sen hlilliulsa 3?r ntunol--ninlo shllill-in- postedl. TO inlsure their inse~rtionI man to Itdnft of hrol'er dresflc:t tioa neeratisrenuts f hoold dreah bha otlye? by sir o'clclk p.m. on Jlond;ya and Tlhursdavs. Special advrt~isemehnts received D S S to iT D.uYl. ll Te 111,1 ridas. Sbscrib rs , I, y recire tle Inlt Irte. pDir irrlr sr rotetl toH nty i 1aUnat tlids office in odelr th~tt the iucunven on~ce may~ be Nemdlcld. Advertisers ary rcmilyd th. t ril instrdc Iiolln reIrring to tle withldr,, ll of adertise me Dts, ScD. A 3ust 1 1 in writing ! as verkd Ilotice. ?lnnot be attendedc to. Letters and other cu~ommnications inltended for inshertion in the news eolrmus shrould be rudll-ersed to Thre Editor. No llotiro c.?u l? talken o! nn~nymous com muaicatioas.. Crer'y letter mulst be alccomp.?died by the IC~llo ald iladdeF( oI the writer, nIot nCces sarily for pulli~ation, but...

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A REMARKABLE CASE. Under the above heading the Doncaster Reporter, of July 6th, 1887, publishes the following in its editorial columns. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889

A REMARKAILE CASE. Undtr tho hboue heahing thu Doltnnaur Eolorlrr niJofI Jyth, 1607, putichnse thu fullowingr In its Our reodors man): recall the circumstnuces of u~young elerkutmcud Artlheor Iliehohl, fallitg linnsttsiblu oil the Wltcatloy Lane ino this town oomo timte ago, and being picked utp,'a lie ontintuued pcrfctly helpless, nod talen in mr o ,t to h tuo gtotlotcn to the nlice of F. W. Fisher, I-sqo., tle solicitor who emlnloycdl hitu. On restoring htim to collsciousneos it twas accrtained he was alllictedl with what sleemed to be an icur able dlisease. Wh' lie nwas able tosp lie saidt lie td boel to his ditnner auitl ws ol. his way-back to his worl, when sul-. dlcly hislheadl waus in'a whtirl and hle fell in the street like a tlnlt olto it ktocedo down. Ot comi:g to his slouses it the solicitor's oflice..e tlthoaghlt.wlht tlis moighlt mean,, nlldL feta l he wsn gtoing to hIve a tn it of illhtte, lwhicnh wc all khnow is a very dread ful thtilg for a poor oomao with a fnamily ...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. GOOD TEMPLAR TROUBLES AT OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. GOOD TEMPLAII TIGOUBLILS AT OAKLIGGII. -4, Sin,-A few wecoks ago a public temper ance meeting was held to advance the cuse of the Indetorlenot Ornler of Good Templars, rad from tile platform alol pre sent were invited to become members, the Tomplar's motto biotg--To rave tle frillen, and to naveaother fmlrn fillg. But, sir I find thne is only o platform boit-make rolievo philanUthropirt's talk; for, sir, I um informed that persons, eveo weith a pretty fair chalmcter, are affectd. Iteraring this rwas m I rwaiteid unon a member of tile order, and asked himn tho.klnd of persono likely to be acceptable to this pure aml holy society. The followieng is the answer I received :-Well you see, sir, we are not like the loechabites, we do't receive overy body." If you havne bhe in faurlt a time or two, been had op before the court for in sultiog behavioour and abusing preoplo, have to get drunk before you have cooumge to undertake any seriouo businress, khoclig people dow...

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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889

LUSEFUL HINTS. fly your cheqnc-looks with the stamps' impresnLd/.' Never sign anything without looking first to sco if it be properly stamped. Remmbro r, tile Jirst pleron who excutes any lustrmneilt is responsible for aniixing 0r(l cancrllileg th? stamp. SDon?ot forgetth ttio dantc, as well as the Initials or signature, musnt be written on the ctamp. lilnrv all your pritedr rceiptrs stamped ready for use. --Letters acknowledging payment of any snmiof £5 or over bi dr"at or cheqmc mwst pay duty. Piealtibw may he.recovered ommnarily before two jbstices, ind ihrhc illnater niay allow n portion of the amount to go to an informer. Look carefully, at your deedsw. One error may inwtlidate oan importaht tmnsactlon. Ifnseveral consilcratlions are expressed tin one . docunlent, you must pay on eacih scpartcly. SDo not let bills rln too long :keep them ototergii.

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

AS WE GO TO PRESS. Mr. Ilemy Varlcy willcommence a series f daily servn'ices at tile Town-hall, I'nahrmln, this afternoon, at . o'clock, lwhen a Ilible readinig will be given. At 8 p.m. a special dltlrcss will be given. Dring the rcmaih der of the week these crviCes will be coo tineredl. For Satenlay revening a special lecturc, to mena onily, is anoulonced. To-nmorrow tihe lPrahran Trdlesmnen's second eleven will play lthe St. K(ila Tradesl men's sceontIlt loven oinl the Watrehonselcn'as cricket grouandl. Plrahlan will be repre sented by Cochnkte, Manninig, Coventry, Browning, Davies, - abritd, Docg, Wilson, T. Sanderson, F. lDixon, Stewart, Lordling. Non-playcrs aire invited to attlend. The depreciation in tile vanle of, land since thlte Ilad bIoom clinmx is most inarkel. Ot Mondlay Mesrs l)ixoe and Son sohl a piect of land at South Yarrn, haying n frontnge of 112 feet to Clhapel-street, by a lepthl of 100 feet to llarry-street, at £87 10s a foot, Mr. Conway being the pur ehaser. T...

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

Drapers and Clothiers. SExhibition WOOL; LENSI!! pEOPLE requiring a NEW SUIT of OLOTHESAto attend the forthcoming Elections, would do well to CALL AND INSPECT THE lRGHE S - TOCK OF Exhibition, . . Mosgeil, Colonial : Prize Tweeds, N.OW ON VIEW, . AT P. GARDINER & CO.'S, THE London and American Tailors, 54 CHAPELSTRIEET, PR A H R A N, Near Town Hall, " .2"CLazeo . SOOAHND . 'LOOE. I 121C OLARENDON*BT., SOUTH ?IELBOURN-E. The GOoods we are now advertising were manufactured expressly for the Melbourne International Exhibition, So any Purchaser may Depend on Securing A FIRST-CLASS SUIT At 100 per cent. BELOW ITS REAL VALUE. rs Note the Pricees. S COLONIAL GOODS: SPECIAL LINE TROUSERS ... 12s. Gd. ALL WOOL SUITS: ... ... 42. Also, SPECIAL LINES AT ...... 50s. 60L 70S. MOSGEIL GOODS: -SUITS ... .. . ... . 65js 70sl.75. BLUE SERGE SUITS ... 60s. BLACK AND BLUE WORSBBTED SUITS,ibound ... 65Os.,worth 80s. INTENDING PURCBOHASERS • .-B R- BOULD COME EABRLY AND Se'cure First Pick, As te...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. KILDA ELECTORATE. CR. TURNER AT THE BEACONSFIELD HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 March 1889

ST. KILDA ELECTORATE. cR. TURNER AT THE BEACONSFIIELD HOTEL. Or. George Turner held n very successful meeting last Friday evening at the BIneacms. field hotel, West Beach, St. Kilda. Between I0 and O4 electora attended. Mr. E. G. Ovey, who occupied the chair, said Mr. Turners usefltlness in the council wnas proof that that gentleman could make his influence felt. The successful floating of the late loan anti the reclamation of tile Etlwood Swamp were mainly due to Cr. Tuorncr's abilities as Ia concillor, and plainlymarked hIim,in tlhespeaker'n opinion, as well qualified to represenat them in Parliament. Or. Turner, slho was reeived with pro longed cheers, touchael ol the leading quentions of the day. tIe expreised him selfin favour of party government, alnd attribated a good deal of the uproar of last senion to the want of a proper epposition. Blt it did not matter very much now who was in power, so long as good laws were fmmed nel properly administeredl . Ie saild lthat he was a lr...

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