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MUNICIPAL NEWS. MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MARCH 19th. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

MUNICIPAL NEWS. HIALNVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. -4 TUESDAY, MAeClH 19th. PrcsnI-,- Crs/C!1rko (Iroeiideit)YBen: son, Mercer, Robinson and Wood TuE FooTrAL. SEAsoN.-An appli cation was received from the secretary of the Moulve 6 UtailWdlihi for . Ise of the recreation reserve during thlo. forticoming football seoson. It was mentioned that the cricket club sirposed effecting some improvements on the gr?ur!d during the winter, tand it was resolved to communlicato, with that club inquiring what they intended to do in the imator. ST? Caor traTT:.-I-Donald MoKay wrote drawing attention to the num bor of stray horses and cattle at large in the district, breaking down fences and doing other damage. Cr. Wood mason said the inspector had been ill during the last few days. There was no doubt that the stray animals were a terrible nuisance. Horses were turned out by their bowners at 11 o'clock at night to pick up a living. It was agreed to consult the shire solicitor as to whether orders could be obta...

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OUR SUBURBAN TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

OUR SUBURBAN TELEPHONE. -4--t Dixon's committee rooms, please.-Yes; whRtis itt Is Mr. Davies there --Yes; he is engaged dliscoverirg blunders in the P'rmhmrn elec torat roll. Tell him to plice his nicicular ti the telephone. Mr. D)-Well, twhat do you want We undertarnd you are displeased with our telephlone mcess.age re electoral rollst received from Mr. Ely, the town clerk; are you thie *' secretary for one of thie candi dates" he refers to I MIr. D.-Yes, I nam. Well, what are you objectirg to in re gard to our telephote interview withi Mr. Elyl Mr. D.--IIe says I sird there were hun dreds of names omitted fromr thie rolls, wherenas I stid tlree were a great number of lnames on the rolls tlut lIand no busines? to be there. Itwas this wray-Mr. Osment, thie mayor, remarkred, I say, Ely, these rolls are very incorrect," whereupon I Ohl, ws see ; and is tins really the case l Mlr. iD.-Ye; the rolls are simply full of inaccuracies. Right. Hot'os youi'r mn getting oll I -Grandl thanlk yo...

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HENRY VARLEY AT PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

IENIY VARLEY AT': pnRAIIRA. all work of a special chararter tmen sees t Wbd foi'thc6ming r thle work produces thle man is of no moment at present; it to say that the wbrk of bring en and women, outside the at churches, probably kept siway formn or doctrine tliht is 'mable, or, naybe, b the.cear so general in all comnmunities, sustained and carried forward h then as Henry Yairley, who with3[oody, Somerville, Clarke, Oss, ands others amongst the h evangelists of note, most of have periodically visited our IMr. Varley is well-knows ain u5 circles as hoving done great t over England, esleeially in otropoalis, nd has only lately a most successful. series :of serrices in tho Tlheaie lloyal are. ,Mr. Varley is a medium sn, with a splendid east of ,ance, with all the strengtlh of Sman plainly indicated. Hiis y is slow, but very distinct, Sstyle in general is suchl as to hims to keep large audiences sund, while lie maps out their course of conduct, or appealg to to coue out boldly on the'sid...

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AUCTION SALE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

AUCTION SALE NOTICES. 3Mr, G. Vnle Lintoll wil1. sell this dayl .t 4I p.m, on the grounld Marlborough street, Balaelava, a valuable building allot. ment 81 x 110 foeet. The laund is near the tmum terminus and formsn goodl llvelstnmlent. Mr. G. Vale Liulon and' Messrs Knox nlld I'unleho announlc for the 3rd plrox., at ioni a Falu of houslehohl fursiture and effects at "Rosenut " os taleigh.streel, St. Kilds (opposite the gussonlser.)

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THE PULPIT. TOORAK WESLEYAN [?]UBILEE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

,0R1 ooI 8 SLAN ,n PULPIt . .... 1llbE CIIUROIL cond annivorary of .tho rlh was eolcirated loot when specla' scornnio were p rofessor Goasnman in the nd by' th9 fev,' J. T. r.A., of West' Molbournmo, g The sericcs on both ere well attended. Special contributcd by the choir 3. J. Wotkin, orgainist and The collections for tlho ted to J£l, os..4 d. nivorsary festivities wore on Tuesday oveing, whenl suber sat down to ol excel. ,rcpred by \esdaniios Whit neck, Welshmn, Nichols, Vtlkio, IRobinson, IRogers, t others, after which an cat was made to the church, o usuol public meeting was ,sided over by Sir James -.L.C., president of tihe ve Council. An excellent c had been arranged, and ti adhered to, , including enl solos by the choir, and a ythe lChairman. The IRcv ag, M.A, and Dir.' Watlhii, ivcrd an excellent address udon, Prlis, Ncew York, and c for a text, whichl was eproptu u0n1 seeing.tlhoo four n thile fly-leafl of one of publications The rev. ,ok each inll its tun, portray rincipl...

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OUR SUPPLEMENT. MR. WILLIS' SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

OUR SUPPLEMENT. MR. WILLIS' SPEECH. Tho speecl dlovered at Prmhrat onl Toesday night by IMr. S. Willis, togothcr with a quaIhtity of Clection topics, appears in bur supplement.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

Undertakers. A. E. Atkins. Sucessar to Jox Bo.?s.lus, FUNERAL UNDERTAKELR, (Estblishld1854) •h thmaninug hli numerous frietldH m~d thle IlMsbic I -iu general for thou ill Hend tmurt h?L llJ O ~longt habestoilntiat that thou Uusinesa is OS TOORAK ROAD, SOUTII YD! lA" Raybould Bros, lURINISjINO UlDYRTAKELS VOChad street pmhau and l nI Commercial-road er lordle- tret), Santhl Yrrm. Iligh.strcet, ?rnlathto (nex.t raliway gates). Hearses and Moarning Coaches for Hire. N.B.--Comlns, all sizes, on hand. W. J, Green & Co., FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS, 0 Green-street, Windor (nmr Chpl-street). H EASES uing Coaches, and everS H. Drayton, FUI SN1 G UDERTAIKER, 5 Ighsht.eet, enarse, Coaches. at., supplied at tlse shortest aotleo. oderatcecharges. Builders and Contractors. Ft, ry description of Joinery work executed on the premh~s. Orders promptly nttcndlld to. Estimatcs givren. W. Vanstone, SUILDERS ANT CONTIRACTOR, Suthecrland-rocld, AR lADALE. MOUNT ERICA BRICKI AiD TILE YASD. H, England, ...

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POLICE NEWS. ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, 19TH MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

-.POLICE NEWS. - ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, 19TH MAUOu. ICfore.the M)ayor and ltcSoe ..Ngonan and Shlw, J's.P. Too ~Mucl CiAMPAGNE.-As an excuse for. insultiigi bohavioar, to wit, attcmlptin to pull aman off his horn;e Chnrleh Y Wl liams s.aid he had been at a banquet on the vening of the t15th inst., and tnok rather much champagne. Five shilling~s was tho penalty. WINE VE?US AN EatIPTY STOmACII. After a long fast Bernard lloom, on Satur day luxurianted on half a bottle of wine and biscuits. Becoming drunk he wans locked up, and for his intempercnce he was muleted in tile slim of 10n. AN INcIPIENT CttiNAL.-.Edwcrit Elliott, an incorrigible young thief, nine years of agc. was ordered to be locked upI for twelve hours for stealing (i8. and a monthly railway ticket from tie clothing of Alfred Iloom, in Hegarty's baths. His fathier said hie witlchd tihe bench would givo him twelve monthli, as he was uncontrolablic under the superintendence of a weak minded motler. MlISCETt ,ANEOUB. - Thi...

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THE SOUTH YARRA ELECTORATE. MR. DAVID BLANSHARD AT MILLSWYN STREET SCHOOLROOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

THE SOUTH YARRA ELEGTORATE. MR. DAVID BLAuNSHARD AT MILLS SWYN BTREET SCHOOLROOM. MJr. David Blanshard, one of the eandi dates for South Yarra, addressed tihe eleo tom at the Millswyn-street schoolroom on Wednesday evening; Mr. John Drew occu pied the chair, and there was an attendance of between O6 and 70 electors. Mr. Blanshard, who wans well received, expressed his pleasure at meeting the elec tous that evening, but he would have liked to have met them in a larger and more comfortable hall. With regard to HIS QUALIFICATIONS for coming forward, he said that, althouglh he was a young man, he tooh a very deep interest in tlhe district. IIe had made money in the district, and hIe would spend it there. He wanted to see a fair shae of money spent in South Yarra. They headnl of large sums of money coming to this colony from England, but they never heaurd of any portion of it coming to South Yarra, which hind been greatly neglected in the past. The South Yarra electors should re turn a m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

Election Notices. ' UTH .Y ARA ELECTIONS IOUTH YARRA ELECTIONS VOTE POR VOTE FOR VOTE FOR B1LANSHA D, IILAN SHtA lD, ,BLANSHARD, " B L A N .S H A Ut B, THE LIBERA~ML D PROTECTIONIST TIlE LIERLG. AXD] PROTECTIONIST THE LEEL AND PROTECTIOMST THE TEPERiANCEI CANDIDATE THE TEPEIL~NCE CANDIDATE TILE TI3PERANCE CANDIDATE THE SUiDYA OBSERVANCE CADIDATI THE SUONEAY OBSERVANCE CA~NDIDATI THE SUNDAY OBSERVANCE CANDIDATI THE ONLY CANDIDATE THE OTY CANDIDATE THE ONLY CANDIDATE wuo is wnao as r uo Is OPPOSED TO TIE OPENNLG OPPOSED TO THE OPENIG OPPOSED TO THLE OPENN-G or lru o as i' . PUBLIC LUI-RAUES .?"', -'.PUBLIC LUIRASIES PUBLIC LDIRAIUIIS ... asn S PICTURE GALLENIES PICTURE GALLENIES PICTURE GALLEB IES. S-OUTH YTABA ELECTORS. ELNULY VOTE FOR JILAN SHARD ana. A.. . . . . . . ... . SOTECTION, TEMPERANCE M nd ..::;' / SUNOAY OBSELVAINCE, n LOChL INTEBESTS. NOU TH D YAlRA ELECTION. VOTE FOR BLAN S HA1 D, 1omkr Chmbr ~Lmnadcturr and Locl Caudhat, Couididt Vho will promote tho Eighest and Bcst I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

Banking Institutions. miE NATION AL ANK OP AUIS. "|_ TRALASIA. Capitl Sbscuriol, ±I,000,000 Parl-up, £1,000,000. Reseorvd Funds, £07,00.. eoserve Liability of Shareholders, .1,500, 00. PRAHRAN BANCH Chnlool Stret. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. DSlts Isooled on England, Ireland, Scotlnod, and ill the Ilouk's Srllccls ondo Agencies tllrough. outthe World. t . H . ENGLAND, lanllager. TA NATIONAL SANK OF AUSTIIALASIA. Capital Sulairihl? E1,2,0.00, , eserve FundsI £?70.0(X). Rosereo Llab ity of Shbrcbolde , £1,500,000. ST. KILDA BRANCH. Co"r o"f iiEgh.o tr land Wollgtoa-stroot. Crrent Rtes of Intoerst llowod oN, 3 oery Iopoitod or fioeol rioods. rftls issunled ou Eoland. Irelond, SColain,. ,ul0 thollak IEnSclerv olld Ageonio, thoughout th orldd. . . GORDON I. DANRE, loogor. M NATIONAL SANE OF Ai. COpitl Suberied, . ±1.)0,000. * Prid.,,. O1,000.O. r Ahorled Cplld, o70,000. lrcrvo io billty of She £holders, 1,000,000. SALACLAVA BRANCH, CArlisleo treot. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. DSofts ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

Too two long-resident local eandidates for tihe Prahranu electorate have now botli spoken to theelectors, and, as far as their respective political views go we really cannot discern much differ ence between them. Messrs. Dixon and WiLLisu are equalnly liberal in their opinions, and tlhey are at one in concur ring that the protectionist policy of the country should be maintained. Mr. Dixo, says he will, if returned, sup port tihe ,Coalition Government, or any Government that will bring forivard wise and judicious mieasures, and so does Mr. WILLis. There are a few immaterial differences between the gentlemen on the budget promposals of the Government, but taken right through, as far as polities go, the elec tors might just as wellhave WVILLis as Dixos, or Dixox as WVILis. If we go into the past we find that Mr. Dixos has been a protectionist from the outset and that lie was, on the memorable 11th of May, 1877, to be found among the BERiri following, although,to his credit be it said, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

Special Advertisements. Births. AUSTIN.--Oa tho 141t linst, at Chelmor, St. KilderMd, M[elbourse, the foo William J. Astlllu, ot Noot|ndoos-t daughter. FRANCIS.-On, the 17th inst., at liglosby, Carolionestret, South Yarra, tho wife oo tawsn P. FrPndt-a son. Marriage. LOOSLI--aOWAN.--On tlo 7th MIarch, tt St. GQmSe's Church, 3tlvern, by the Rev. Canon Chase, assisted by tShe os. C. J. Gtdby, ".A., Rolrt Jmes Lootsli, M.B,, ChI. B., ot Camber* ellt, to Agnes EUslaeth, cldest daughite ot Ulte Inte John D. GowRl, ot Toral. Death. FRANCIS.-On the 19th inst., .at Inglesby, Caronlleh s tset, South Yar," ILswson WVilks, infant son of IawsonParkLo andi Elnman Fmucls. PRA LRA TIEHEDAUN P EDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. "Flntu d Ft AYnsst lt s moe li ,; Itttss ryt ,:top of tllottght or work Im bsed on tnutl, ,-nm,?'vsu l,, ruS~llcr: o shllU wg leave foot prints on theisansu ot tinlO." SAT'UADA 1, JIARciI 3, ISO.

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MR. FREDERICK TULLETT AT THE CORNER HOTEL. A MOST ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

MIa. FREDERICK TULLETT AT THE CORNER HOTEL. A MOST ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING. Mr. Tullett addressed the electors of St. Kilda, at the Corner Hotel, on Tuesday evening last. There nwas a very large at tendance, and tile meeting was most or dorly and enthusiastic tlhroughout. Mr. Tlhurgoodl occupied the chair, and, in intro ducing the candidlate, asked for a fair and impartial hearing. • Mr. Tullett, who was greeted with cheers on rising, said he thought it was due to those present to explain why tile meeting owas held at that place instead of at the Alfred Hall, as advertised. Hiis secretary had been informed that the asonoic fra ternity cwere to meet there that evening, which would have necesscitated his taking a room upstairs. Mr.Jeans had consented to r take the clair that evening, but he notified the secretary that he would not be able to do so, as he had previousnly been asked to preside at M[r. Jennings' meeting. He nwas ptlesed to addresn the electors, in this part of the disltrict...

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THE ELECTION CAMPAIGN. THE ST. KILDA ELECTORATE. MR. MURRAY SMITH AT BALACLAVA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

THE ELECTION CAMPAIGN. THE ST. KILDA ELECTORATE. MR. MURRAY SMITH AT BALA-! OLAVA. A public mectinug of the electors of St. KIilda was addressed by Mr. Murray Smith on ?Yednesday evening, in the Holy Trinjty schoolroom, Balaelava. There were sip wards of 150 pel?resons present, and MIr. Crouch was votedlto the chair. Mr. Smith, who was well received, ob served that hehad already addressed the electors in that hall, and the opinions of all the candidates had been so fully put before them, that he fancied they would have no dificulty in deciding whom they should choose as their representative. Neverthe less he took leave to enter into a short personal explanation, but, at the some time, he desired to say Something on the subject of his dluty as a candidate for the constitu ency of St. Kilds. A sort of impression 1 had got abroad that he had entered into some sort of an understanding, or pledge, before he came forward to contest the elec tion. He could only say he had not given any ple...

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AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

AS WE GO TO PRESS. acOur 1th page tolday contains reports of the Toorak Wealedyn Church nnniver.eary, the Malvern council meeting, Mr. Henry Vnrley'omisoion at .Prlhmli, and other matter. On page four will be loule re pdrts of election meetilngs Iheld by Messas. 1). lllanshanrl, F. Tullett andl I. Murray Smith. Last night a very interesting oervice took iiace at St. IMattlhews Church, l'mhamn, ill celebhotion of the consecration of the buisl ing, by his Lonlship thle Iishop of Mel bourne. There was a large gathering, anld several clergylellc toolk part in the service. Our issue of Wedneolayncxto the eve 'tof the great battle day, will be one of much isltoreat. Several interoting reports aro olnvoid obly crowdedl out of this issue. W oe have been shown by Mr. Townsend, eotato agent, Chopel-strect, \Vindeor, plans of Liddell and Stephenoon's patent self aoting and elf-eloening revolviog water screen. Preurc on our space compels us to hold over a lengthy notice concerning this valuable...

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PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

speia Advertisements. FoI NVENTION, Wntitldl .m "'- tn the o uufthro of And, Jvcmcllod_ d,,Oidd~~~nons'Pisut New 1)Iaodc us I l ? that J rotdons s tor o lo engrlln~ioneer, hn pic~ltl .rsP~i oBd ofy tho th day o( Apr1th sta t tn ho oTO LI "it and pplication and nll aobjction: procona ofbjeting to tha grnt o! .A mr i t eane notie tle clrel in, _ms i i?wo N S S I N G1 o s Cl ore? b a on the o?1atS ml IFeSth Iny to?l, go to NO 22?d HilOb0NdO~R tt ?SKINGl'S NEVADA IIAIR DpESsING SALOON, CONIENCIA?-ROAD, PRNAOhAN. nAist irn lr, Hair Pmrtlon2, i. in ll of which he has hadl a long um , kmeri~a· Ile hs also tile latest ?cimp0r~ovlelno I n lmr'sc~rnhair nr.l 8nt s h as ciippcrswhifch wi~llla lu? ]mi tiho ond of tn i leh. A prite rom for ldlos andl childruo, /Lluls' IIrlnwonRK A SrCUL r. ooolo, CigarsO, &,, of tho best brands, 'on hond. S. WILMOT, EORGE-STREET, WINDSOR, yIN of at a done on the shortest rieand esl Riallte afp?or co itls, ncongtoqluality, rom s. per yard .-d.Sanitalry ns...

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EXCHANGE & SALE COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

EXCHANGE & SALE COLUMN. It I[ ihtended that tlhi columnu ill affordn to .larkvt for the ým l Wallts that aa rul culoot bt uuiiilicd though orduinary iourcs. ILULES. (1.) Slnculwo'rlth of imi in luust h, onclosed with citch advertisell'ent nlOt , cileedjig tell (2.) All colnmmuiotlons minut bear thl NAME I"d AUDDIISS of the ADVEILTISEU . hI ...ses wr the Advert mor prefer. to have eA dle a ddrmd 'ti to I ta, o tr cr of this otlcc, tho real maul. lind . uldla tdlt st ll be vile,aud thorlll plialouldb I addrasedthu;--. I ' f2. .!" (3.) Thl Editor will 1ot I 'derto to for .1rl *°1ll1ea. OY1 Aldlertliers who )u call or scn for tihem inay hlTvo their rclipla l ddri e cd (J.) No p"rcela of nnly kind must be sent to or through til«l olllccaud theo Editor will not hold Ihsmoll res)0ualbllo for aty lIWckt fo tor. a.lald, .or for 41"y rele ot reaehing their dstAintion. (5.) Letter and advortlomoi acenthould Im -ritten on ono sdo of the air ol y. (6.) All Aduertlicmeat. llitendel. far i...

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SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

SPORTS COLUMN. attCIKCET. BlY O.C. The liawksburn have now fitally wco the Sporits Depit (mattlng) trophy. They mhave obtained tile bye ill this round, tand as this is tbe last of the series, they remain at the head of affairs wilth an unbeaten record. The club are to be congratulated on their performancs for the last four seasons wineing the first, thinf in the second, rut ners-up in the third, anol now they hare succeeded in pulling off the fourth com petition. We Ihave been requesteda to caltl ttetion to a soeit oveniug,to be give for thie beone. fit of Mlr.tl. KIemp' next Tuesday cvening, in the Forester' Ifall. MIr. Kemp is well known in sporting circles, anl a lor sus tailced'by hIim receuatly las called forth tlic Oact ont the part of his friendls. Our sporting readlers will regret to hear tlmat it is more tlhan probable Mr. J.'Lor raie will have to secede from the rlanks of our local club, he having started as a news agent in Carlton. We are sure all in this district will wi...

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