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PRAHRAN COURT. THURSDAY, 21ST MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

PRARNfAN COURT. THn.sDAY, 21sT M?,nct. Blefore the Mayor and McYssrs Elliott, Fin lay, Iosale nnd Sykes, J'sP. Ot THaE lRAMPAGE.-Earnest Jones, for dashing a glabs of beecr on the furniture of the Swan Hotel, benarding thi landlord, and depriving him of a handtful of whisbeMs. on Wedneslay evening, was tinedl 20s., or three days' imprisonme!!t, :' A CONTEPrTlI?n, T'lrte.-James a Me Ncil, for stealing arpcnters' tools to tlhe valu of £5, was sentenced to six moaths' imUpi?sonment. eIo ws remanded on two other imnilar charges. MISCELr.LANEOUs.--imcon Crowther v. lJames Blrown,gooodsn d work £4 l is 4d; ordnlcr made for £3 17s ad with 4Ts costs. John Jcwell, neglecting to sced hIis chil to school; ls od or 12 hours. Rlobcrt Brooks, leaving vehicles in the thorough fare; fined is or 2T hours. John O'Meara, samn ofIcnc; fined 20s or three dayns, Joshua Hunt v. Marbgaret Peters, goodls £6 4 slld; order with 2s d costs. Dun. ham BIros., v. Edwardl Korlang, goods, £1 12s Illd; order with 2T...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

STAMP DUTIES. ---+- A Id. stamp is sufflcient for all cheques, no matter what the amount drate may be; hat in the case of bills of cachange and Dromisery ontee, the duties are to be rega Iated acconriug to the valut of the docu ment, as follows: Not excecdnli Ea5 ... ...G 6dl. Exceedino £25, and not exceed ing £5o . ...o. Exceeding £50, and not oxceecl ing £75 I 6d, Excecding £75, and not exceed ing £100 .. . .. 2s. Where it excceols £100 the fee will thenc be calculaterl at the rate of 1s. for cscry £50 above that amount, or fractionoal pad of £50.

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THE PARLIAMENTARY CUP. VALUE 300 SOVS. WHAT IS THE TIP? [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

THE PARLIAMENTARY CUP. VALUE 300 SOVs. WIIAT IS THE TIPf In view of thm immenos amount of Ltlr est now ceoltconl in the clection contestse, tad by way of affording some little spccu' lation anl amusement on the parrtof the elcctor, we propose offering a small prize for the most successful tip in regard to the state of the poll on Thulnday nllight next in the electorates of it. Kilda, l'rahran, and 4·routh ?'arra Thie person giving the mosnt successful tip willrccuive throughtho postn free copy of thin leornnl for twelild months; tlhe csecond best tipster a free copy for six months, and tile third best a free copy for three mnonths. As tihe " borrmckers " for cnch canldidnte seem so very certain of their mns; ndll psti.e contests will.b.repark nbly keen, thd result'. of these tilis will be watched with intercst . Tips niust be ac companied with tile real namo of the tipster--not for publication. This forl tio be fillth n ane rd n cutdto this oiiice nrecitcr than ii p.m.On Mlotndny ne...

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THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. PRAHRAN ELECTORATE. MR. WILLIS AT THE PRAHRAN TOWN HALL. A CROWDED MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

THE.PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. PRAHRAN ELECTORAITE. --4--- iMR. WILLIS AT THE PRAHRAN TOWN HALL. A CROWDED MEETING. Mr. S. Willis, one of the candidates for the Prahron electorate, addressed a crowded meeting in the Prahran town-hall, on Tuesday evening. His worship, the mayor, Cr. Osment, occupied the chair, and on the platform were a large number of leading citizens. When Mr. Willis mounted the platform, the whole of the gentlemen who haol seats thereon, and a large portion of those in the auditorium, rose to their feet and gave three ringing cheers for the candidate, which proceeding was followed by long-continued applause. The Chairman said it gave him much pleasure to preside over such a large gathering. Prahran had gaineda peculiarly enviable position among the electorates for the orderly conduct of the electors at these meetings, and he hoped to-night would be no exception. There was nothing to be gained by "boohaoos" and interruptions. Mr. Willis would express his views to the...

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OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. THIRD SUNDAY IN LENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 March 1889

OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. ,. TO-MOI11tOW'8 BERVICES. THIIRiD) nUeiDAY IN LENT. The preacherm in thie undlennontion?d local churelsc Lo-lmnrrw are n rfoilowm : ALL SAI re' CIUmloCIl, ni. tilda -- Mlorn. Inlg nand vcncing-- CHRISTII CIUIncII, fit. Kiildarelorlng..: Eiv. II. J. Tucker; cvenllg-Itver. J. Stanlcy-Low. ST. GEOuGE't P rESIInTEII AO CIIUocI, Esot St. Kihld--Morniog nud evcning, liev. J. Gordon Mackie. ST. o?AnTINb' CIIUnUII, lnuwksburn - Morning nod cvening ST. GiOInE'o CIIURncn, Mnlvernrm Morrm. lng and oelniing, Ihev. C. J. Goely, M.A.. PRAIItAO SAI'TIOT (nIIUII Cecil Pilce -Jorliug undl evcimig?-Ilev. . J3 Maci(enzie. BIBLE CIIIlTIAN Mc ETHoODIT CIIUItCII EoAt Praimen lornri , 1 ev. A Rlogcrs; eveciog, lIcv. \V. Ii. Ileoken 'hionmiAO Co.cnce-ATbOnAI. Ceultcnei elalru-roern -- orneinM g e udg eoeeiuig Eloe. 0. Cole[and.

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THE PRAHRAN INDEPENDENT CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

THE PRAHRAN INDEPENDENT CHURCH. A very osuccessful concert wao held in this church on Friday cneoing last before a nlarge audience, the building beiag well filled. The first part of the programme consisted of half-a-dozen songs byr members of the clurch choir, and the latter part was the sacred cantata, cntitled "The Ruler's Daughlter" (E. Cympson.) MIr. A. W. Jack opened the entertainment by a good rendering of Jude's " lehold, I stand at the door;" his finle tenor voice, however' wras not heard to dvant.ige through the somewhat suppressed range of the song. "The Light of the World" was then given by MIiss Fothergill sweetly, though with rather a lack in clearness of enunciatio. 31r. T. C. Jack gave "Light in the dark ness " with full justice to tlat composition, which was by the author of the two prc vious ones. We would have preferred, hoer ever, " Consider the lilies," the song named on thu programme. lrs. Ranga~n~ ll's roater ing.of the old fvourite, "The Bettcr Laid," was very...

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SOCIETY MEETINGS. THIS column is placed at the disposal of secretaries of local societies, etc., from whom PITHY reports will be gladly accepted. COURT BENEVOLENCE, A.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

SOCIETY MEETINGS. Tuls column.is placed ab to Aipl of WTr. tarlcs of loal societies, tct., frm whom pITHtT roporta wllyA M gblf y aceopitCl. CbOUT BENEvOLENCE, 4.0.F. A very enjoyable gathering of thle mem bers and frienlds of the above Court was held lfter the usual meeting, at the I)is pensuay Hall, on MIonday evening week, when, as a mark of their aippreciation of his services as a trustee, P'.C.R. Bro. Hod ger wns presenote?l with a handsomoe gold MIaltese cross, suitably inscribed. Bro. lodgers was introduccd to the C.R., BIro. Lennie, by his co-trustees for the lnst 20 yearsi P..C.It's Bros. ,Eddington, and C. Smith, who in eugolistic: tcrms spokle oi th?e kiudly feelings which had existed between them, iucidcntally mentioning that during nallthat time they had not had a loss in their traenctiouns for the Court. TheC.R., Bro. Lennie, made the presentation in a neat speech, and Bro. Rlodgers, having feel ingl?yreplied, the first part of the evening was illed up with music, song...

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ANOTHER LOCAL INDUSTRY. THE VICTORIA CARRIAGE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

ANOTHER LOCAL INDUSTRY. THE VIOTOltRI CARRIAGE ..... COMPANY. We are pleased to note the pros pority apparent by the substantial and extensive improvements, just com pleted, to the promises of the Victorian Carriage Company, in Punt-road, St. Kilda. The buildings now cover an area of 17,000 square feet; and for order, compactniess, and space at the disposal of various departments will be hard to equal in the colony. The factory contains two spacious show reooms, filled with broughams, landaus, hansomso, etc.; large varnishing room, 65 x 35, bodymakers and blacksmith's departments, painting, trimming and store rooma;timber and iron racks, and last but not least, the repairing sheds capable of holding over 70 vehicles. In the trinuoing room we learnt thatoohe of the carriages indcr going repairs, was that whilch was imported for the use of H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh whe n Ion his visit to the colony, and whlich now does duty as a morning carriage. This firm his boon able by the aid ...

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THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

THE CONGREGATIONAL CHUIRCII, OAKLEIGH. The anniversary services of the Congre gational Church were held on Sundayn, the 17th inst., when the ev. J. F. Gannaway preached morning and evening, the attend ance at both services being very good. The collection on'behalf of the building fund amounted to £03. On Wednesday, the 20th inst., a ten and public meeting tookl place. The. Rev. J. F. Gaunaway presided at the public meeting. Addrc?s?s were delivered by the Revs. J. Thomas (Wesleyan), H. White (Anglican), of Wellington, V. MIoss, and R. G. Benson, Esq. The choir of the Blind Asylum rendered a number of anthems. Miss eawfer, Misi Wilson, and Mr. T. Gray saung " The reaper and the flowecrso," "Rest in the Lord," " Thie littlehero" respectively. The singing was much appreciated by the large audience, the church being full. Tihe collection amounted to £61 18s. The report read by the secretary, MIr. E. R. W. fensen, stated tlhat, allowing for thel donations promised, the debt on the church...

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DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLEIGH. [FIIO OUR OWN C0RoRESPOODEr.'. ?groud ~oncert lhs:ben arranged for the 10th of April, in aid of the funds of the Roman Catholic ochool, Tli entertainmenat will take place in the local Mechanics' Institute. A capital programme is being prepared.

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LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. 1. I" auy person orders hit paper to be discontinued, he must first pay all arremrs or tile publisher may coutillue to send until payment is made, and thun collect the whole amount, whether the paper is taken from the oflice or not. 2. The courts huve decided that refusing to tnke newspapers and periotdicals from the post-oflice, or re movilg and leaving them uncallcd for, is primafaei evidence of intenltional Imad.

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PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

PARS PITHILY PUT. HARRIS. WILLIS. TURNER. GILLIES. LONGBOTTOMI. Oar Now ?Imbers- I Electione. Elections. Electione. The people ' nssidlhnte-Dr. Rose.. Shocking fatalities the ordor of tho day. Sir W. J. Clarko's fillfty-elghth birthday to.morrow. The stray cattle nuisanceis troubling tho Malvera councillors; Ex-cooneillor A. E. Moore, of St. Kildo, is a cantidate for Grenville. Let every elector ipoll, and return the beet man by 0 good majority. The muni?dipal picnic has been postponed to 5th April, owing to the elections. MIr. M'Gaortlond, clerlbof works, has been "suspcnded" by the Prahran couoci unotil his ofce is vacated. Tile Moalvern councillors preteot against the railway arrangements on the Malvern lineand no wonder. MIr. Joe. MIoloney, Mr. Gillies' opponent in the Eastern Sfnburbs electorate, is suing the Age for £5000 libel. Candidates all excitement. We'd advise them to take in a good stock of cucumber to-night to make tlten sleep well. There has hben to mulch politicaljn...

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A TRIP TO BLACKBURN WITH THE TOORAK UNION C.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

A TRIP TO BLACKBURN rWITH TIIE TOORAK UNION C.C. Satulrday, 16th inst., saw this popular club on its way to Blackburn to fill an engagement with the local club. The local club batted first, but only managed to score 47 runs, the bowling of N. Cummings being very destructive, his average reaching 8 wickets for 18 runs:. The Union ran up a total of 14·1 with the loss of 8 wickets; Farley 32 (not out), Mattllhews 29, Kilgosur 28, and Baker 13, batting well for their respective scores. Tihe match was thus won by the visitors by two wickets and 102 runs. At the conclusion of the matchl, the visitors were entertained by the local club and their friends in the Recreation IIRalL. Ample justice Isving been done to the good thingos provided, and the usual tonsts duly honored, the room was cleared and dancing egngaged in, a most enjoyable evening being thus spent. The visiting team and their supporters returned to town by the Into tram, having spent a most enjoyable day, and were loud in thlei...

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SUDDEN DEATH AT WINDSOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

SUDDEN DEATH AT WINDSOR. A retired gentleman named John 1icjlee borough, aged 76, reniding in Peel-street, Windsor, died suddenly at his residence on SundIy morning, whilst wasnhing his hnlds in the batlhroom, henrt disease beiug the

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OUR ELECTION TIPS. WHO IS GOING TO WIN? [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

OUR ELECTION TIPS. WHO IS COIlNG TO WIN? If no other exemplification of Ile interest taken in the election contest were to be had, the large number of tips thalmt ,have een receivedl, in answer to our offer on Saturdnay would suice to show thaL thie polling to-morrow will be one of tlhe hneaviest every recoleed. The uncertainty of thlo resnult, too, is made apparent by thle varied nature of the tips. A largenumher, n, if acting on thle adage that it in' the "unlikely tlhat haIppen," having tipped Tonmn, JE-NveINa, and CIIAPIrAn for first places. "Dixon, Tullett, and Blannshardl" in also a populartip. Wehave taken some time in clamsifylng, andi find that the tips " Dixol, Jennlngs, and Harris" and "Willis, Tunser,aand Harrias" are almost equally divided.

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SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. BY O.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

SPORTS COLUMN. OBICKET. BY O.O. The St. Kilds resumed their contest with the Richmond, and, so farm, have a little te best of it. The SBt. Kilda nade.132 and 80, Donahoe and J: Smith :being away. The Richmond acored 77, sod have two down for 30, requiring loi to wil, In the second innings of the St.'s, liurton 15, and F. Keogh 23, wore top scorers. The lkawsbum had a very gool afcr noon's sport out at thlo"Kew Asylum against that cricket club. ;The Kew made 194, and the lIawklsburo li0. E. Rlush and Collie did the bowling, with averamges of t for .t7 and 4 for-l3 respectively. Inlbatting, Collio 40, McDounld 32 (not out), Camp bell 19, Ifinllorws 18, Rush 10, Lockett 10, wcre the chlief contributors. The S. Y. Union made a start ogainst the Queensburry for their trophy. The former batted first, and 2doorhouse was soon o the job, running ult 49 out of G6 for 5 wicklets. The other scorers were Grigg 17, Faller 12. The Qoueensbury had lost 3 wickets for 47 when time was called; tHoslet...

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ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

ACCIDENTS. The following were mdmittcd into the Alfred Hospital on Sunday. Peter Kenny, aged 12, living at Harvey.-street, Pmhmn, with a bullet wound received while play. ing with a pea rifle; John Merry, aged 33 living at Domain-road, South Yarre, suffer ing from injuries sustained by a cab nccident.

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HELD OVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

HELD OVER. We regret being compelled to hold over a luantlty of matter, inclmhlolg a report of ?tho Oaklelgh Liberal Aaoclotlon, I'Plotn council itcms, "te.

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

S:peeial Advertisements?? I'' NERAL ITEDCT ON - NEW AGNDI DATES. vOTr FOR TnIlE UFFCOES. r rrincirlde' cmtlo Clrit~ Lrro. t?-?tion tao srthvgc." Light-WEODNESD A APRIL 17, lO). 'gZl P-PEUAflAN. TOWN-STALL.. Plurml Yot-n0-Allowed.. C (..i. Iln. ?, i. O.,oL: Cohlicln {gIll ] LECTOR lSTRICI OF 0TOnflAK. I purmalea of a writ issand tile 1Gth dny of haJ, for the Elctioz of Oij, MeltO r to a filhe AilaVtive" AVuiVdly forV l 0 Ele SDhtrict of Tcmk, Ihereby give olio tlm tUi Ithew Hery Avies,. or' Toornk, gentlemnil; , bn Bluly ?uombyted.Jor the aborvonumo d icalhthero h ei.;.no other cV did..te I VIE.S duly ELECTED I toIVrn the ti Assmbly.for the, sakYid. s trivt • oi r.IVI. A'.by.I~ 1., ...II di... , .. VtodaI.IVES.,da Iy Vof SLrcE., Is8 IOIIElT IIUNTEI, ""' - a&turning Ofllor for the DLECTOL STIIICT OF.I', EASTERII I ... 6WIiU. .,:i:,. slryl6 ll odi t a n h 16g e ntlo-, Eu tion ol Outcmberof the u Lelesl thie yf Vitori;to b held r the Laid disVIi Icruenrit aludt eHllu2 10hdr Lobo...

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JUST BEFORE THE BATTLE. THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. THE CANDIDATES' CHANCES OF SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

JUST BEFORE THE BATTLE. THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. THE CANDIDATES' 'CHANCES OF SUCCESS. Yestsrday reprcscntatives from this office waited upon the various candidates andt their secretaries to ascertain their opinions regarding the final issue of the contest, and the result of the interviews are given below : Prahran. MR. tInINsLEr TonIN. Mr. Irinslty Tobel wns iound at his contral committee rooms, surroundcld by his friends imand supporters.' Oar rpreaentatte: Good morning, Mr. Tobhin;: we ,ould 'ie' to know wlinat ne your prospecte- of asuccess at the fast approaching election I Mr. Tobin: Did yeou sec that black gnartly print that was circulated on Saturday t Reporter: Yeas; we did. Weould you cura to refer to the matter in this interview I Mr. 'Tobin : Yesa I may state toyou.that: I have several witneasee to prove, on oathi if neeonaary, that MIr. BIrotherton pledged me his support at the outset of this con test, and so highly did I appreciate this proffterl kindneen, that at h...

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