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

A plROPiI1ECY. f a IardA- rophcth mala, ,asauict, I ame .you, tho mau our electors will anis: athir dlcbgiatef laihfu I and eraow ilntcrcts, amn thlir conttry'a, not as tln 6i mi i.n ianerdia?n . on thei w i ner inst f ch a ·n i a • ' ,aver aomi. lirat from thid turilntl tni' fight, , •, , , ' . iable to ,t y, ' sml i as riglt." tmirtigt "mm ai. "aonihtlr, I:11. gia:ec ~ou hlis anam ; ,- -:?,,,, ' · •, ..1: : _ .. fit prove wmng l'll forfeit nmy fame; to tha obcuriiy from whchuc I have leto rsonalle ,jith- r conlict l o£ jimbto Flom to pu!t'i? q5.'who!!lt 19'6?p:?it '. .lch nagi' n, ; niyltlii'vcai. a 6aidu 'twixt parsonit mmiii Itiara iin ainLlo to W*ll in i, wnill anl, ?a iiooe, ' aone ot tahes thiie mnjarily '11 fixdo. cla straigMl tii;.blicl? E. J.:1DISON. .

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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MR. E. J. DIXON. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

Mn. E. J.. Dlxox. Mr. E.J. Dixon was found at his central committee rooms in conversation with his secretary; ,MIr. W. Davies. Our reporter explained the object of his visit. Mr. Dixon: Well, I hove been most enthusiastically received throughout the electorate. At all my meetings unanimous votes of confidence in me have been pussed. There has not been na dissentient voice raised against me at any ofr my mneetings. tIcporter: Is there nnything special you would like me to mention innur journalln Mr. Dixon : No; I don't think there is anything to add to tiuLt vhich you alreuly, know. I am prepared to stand Or fall by my published utteances. lieporter : That abusive article that has been circulated against your opponents is creating rin ill-feeling ... Mr.Dixoli: Well, I know nothing at all about it.. I mve never been near the office of that paper, any more thtn I haveo ben near your office. Reporter: Thank you, Mr: Dixon; good morning. Good-bye, Mr. Darvies. Mr. Davies: ?yhatu aboltyo...

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OTHER POET OFF THE CHAIN. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

THEiIn P~oET OFF TIEOUN to. ThLE EDV1OOI ir-~eii you/ hosoe inoaootod a onll ifpolitical poofi iiJi poorloglily~ coblll h I too' to toniaonl yoo blocu Iocat boon 111 bi opb that you wlbibo 000 tbo Ir olboblcliiot,.otoi pourcobucoilo Yoooc'' ' ·ot o, 8

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

Drp eris andgCiioth 7r~. :I1 ·. ·;,, ~ .?'I .? +, . ~,r...?,-.,.' .,··. ,: .. . '.I· Exhibitioni" WO O..o LL EN S I!I 'srfotferV .W ,tEOPLE- o'ouirii?-;i-NEo"gSUIT "bf CLOTIIES to Rttend tflc forthlcoming Eltcci~ygjY6oI.o, wpeLto CALL , 4p::~,N1'CIT, Tll LAtIGL :" ,,, .+ , - ':STOCKI . ,, .. .r' I. -,.+,,"~ +.,,.,,+:., It .+.; ,?. . , -; .,:,'1 ,.? ,.: ,:,' : ..:: ,?L r?.': ... : .·.+i ,. +:,- · .· ··:; OF x.h b i, i o.-,, n,: " ;, - , : ,,,, .: .+..' ,. Exhibition, -- ,,,'. . ,.·-,· ·, ·· -, i ios. . i. , ?,;,v,?.: • : ·...: -.... .,v "Mosgeil,~~ .: ., ,.+.Ab l?: 'u , ;',·· Colonial i 0 llw P,..,: rie" Tweeds, .IrV'; :i;) .i! /. l;' l ,N :; .'W 0: :'- V- ' I v ' E l W/ * GAIRDINEI?:` C0.o, . :E:: . THE London and American Tailors, 54 CIC~AGgrTHEET, PR A H E A N, Near Town Hall, .AO300 2-2 93 he Goods we are no. adrvertising were rmanufactured eCiiprs~ly or- the ' elbourne International Exhibtion, so any o'urieisr nay Depend on'. 1--. Securing , "FIRST-C LASS SUIT At 100 per cent-. ...

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

_.. =-!.-? - .. - House-furnishors, etc. TEE EVENT , of tho oENThENIAL YEAR II W. J. GREEN, he:lm womrc intshfsb ..: ii Zg'W AND COMIMODIOUS PIREMISES, At tNo Comr of IAPEL AND EaARL STEETS, WINDSOR, Wb?r ho 1 a 6t n?a I mbuo isen Wcoll.?csortlcd Stock al; GREATLY REDUCED' PRICES. OGREAT BARGAINSB .r tchigl OI/erd, mo' liL of which re nolt CENTENFI~ YE... lieyto onrt agi n tt tillttA ne Tho Pubtl nro Advtlslb it / T?AE THE;FLQoDT AI?TS 'IE W. J. GREEN, tUsllrsNIINO WAREIOliuSi?E, Corner of CRAVEL ARD EARL STREETS, WINDSOR. ?ZrEe TuJloch &,Co., FURtNITURE,~ H seA 25 r h~, 5eS3, Fo3 cen 1 n MC.svret SOUTH YIRMA, Cle,,35 5 ireFdi n e fts alvesronred. CAISPETS, Ss'seeeeu t Redstte, FURNITURE, 5,INSLEUHS 55r 1 EDSTEADS, CARPETS, co ,,tls, -EDDING, kc. IIEISSTEADS. MSter eeet, IIdet3, 125 stast tl3,,,253temnl Reduction tacm srInlg ed trledsa a E DDINO. ENGLISH U,,l ASIEBICAN 25 l25est. FURINITURE, N S, noing It< "g n otm Rdo Cl ntee, 0Sottish Lccs. CV CSII)IOIIE-, - - -...

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DON'T SHIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

•DON'T SHIVEIR. ----+-t-- iBuy a ls warmillg tove rat John Danks and 8ons, 12 (only) Bourkwrstreet west, no trouble, no dirt, warmth under control.

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

Election Notices. S UTIS YA11A ELECTIONO. 0OUTH YANRA ELECTIONS. OTE FOR VOTE FOR VOTE rdn BLANSHIARD, B LAN S HAND, B L 'A N.S H A R D, TIE LIDERAL AND PROTECTIONIST THE LUIERAL AND PROTECTIONIST TILE LIEERAL AND PBOTECTIONIST THE T'IMPEISILNCE CANDIDATE THE TEMPERANCE CANDIDATE THE TESIPELUICE CANDIDATE TILE SUNDAY OBSERVANCE CANDIDATE HE SUNDAY OBSERIVANCE CANDIDATE THE SUNDAY OBSERVANCE CANDIDATE THE ONLY CANDIDATE THE ONLY CANDIDATE THE ONLY CANDIDATE wuo Is . wno. is .uo as OPPOSED TO THE :OPENING OPPOSED TO THE OPENING OPPOSED TO THE OPENING OF TIIE PUBLIC LIBRAnLES PUBLIC LIBA.IES PICTURSE GALLESIES Ann PICTURE GALLEBIES PICTUBE GALLERIES PICTURE GALLERIES, SOUTH TA YABABA ELECTORS. INDLY VOTE FOB BLANSHARD And FEoTECTION, TE~IE'ER?NCE a SUNDAY OBSERVANEC, and LOCAL INTEESTS. 5OUTS TAREA ELEOTION YOTE FOR BLAN SHARD, -lembr CLhmber uubIctcrs and Loal Candiat, Wo will promo? tho ighes and lcst Intkrcsth of People, ONLY TEMERANCE CANDIDATE AND SABBSATARAAN. BLAN8HAltD Isa thor...

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

aki nstitutions. ' ADJA YK OS' ADS. pf , S,~Ai . d, 0,IS.. plId up, £1,00,MO. "+. seaF nds, E6N,O.? ,blity o 8 uircholdr, £1,O0,00b. RAN .DBANCN . DNI Sftreet: ST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.' p? '9I a onE lnsctlnad, ban ,?Bnhsand A~gucles lUrotlgh or . R.' ENGLAND, Manager. TIONAL BANK OF AUBTRAIASIA. hpit Idsubar~coE,~00 .R !affty o I a___.._ooldcrs, £1, n0.c . sT. RILDA DRDNAC. Highatreet nnd WeVllinntdnastreL' ate of Interest allowed on Monoy Sfor fixe perlode.+ .. . . g1 on England, Ireland, SotLandi,'nd ?anchne annd Agonois thronghot GORDON H. DARE, I~nor. ATIONAL DANK' 'OF :AUS. TRALASIA.., , pi~tl Subscrbed. £1,,0100,.' iabllity o Shareholders, £1,00,0. BALA?LAVA 'BSENC., CrliNlo Stnot. EST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITB. doEgn d, Irlnnd, Sotland,and , MrInebhO and AgenesI throughout SEOSSE OBERTSONR, 10.ngoi. K OFS-' VIC'TO IA. mooted by ActAI ofncl.' .:ribed,"£1,000,000'f CapitAd it d'up,. 15, Dopsen Linbilly, £1,ISI.' AHBIAN SBANCH, Oand NOCSr.'S r, ,pgite ~MNodo Institote). ,etakllowcd n F...

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

Toestilise sporting phraseology, "the "numbers will go up" to-morrow oven ing, and the electors will be definitely informed as to who is to represent them for better or for worse in the new Par liament of Victoria. In the Prahrao electorate, MIr. E. J. Dixo.'s chances of success have been considerably in jured by injudicious friends, who circu. lated last Satulrday morning a few hundred copies of a print abusing hIis opponents, Messrs. W?tlLls and Tous, in the choicest Billingsgate, and lauding MIr. Dixoo in thle uneanilng, but funny style adopted by' those gentlemen who writepantomimic extravaganzas. Quite a number of residents of influence in Prahrn, wlho are personally acquainted with Mr. WsILse, and the whole body of electors who know him by reputation as a kind-hearted, genial, benevolent man, and sterling, upright citizen, were absolutely shlocked at reading the scur rilous effusion referred to; and we can only hope, in Mr. Dfxo's interests, that he was not a conniving party t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

*Blrth<: " 3OSEPH.L-O; I th~ioe1ta hi~t;,: na Iltm P St. Kildl, 2Hr. WYadttr Josph of nse Marriage. FORSTSTOI-TL'WART.-Oor tho 27±1, ,,t., it tht .ootdoito if tblu otdoo Ilo~otbo. Dooibioii, iioiooo, by thol Iiir. Joooph Xtog. Edroto Jooo.l i'oooto. to Eoooon. ySooooo±1 dlooohtoo of ±1,, btot Jo~ooo itouoot, of hooth ifoibooooo. Death. C~tfflfE.--Oo 1, 21±1, "toot., ot bio dooicno, ~Ioooi ifoloilo. Ifuloooiooo-roooi Aoooooiof , Jot,,, Coooto.,oooobooat, of Ohio oitt; otoott

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GASALIERS AND BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

GASALIERS AND BATIIS. Y'ou can get these cheaper and best at Danks and Sons, 42 (only) Blourke-strcct, west. Ask if you are in the right shop.

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[?]TERS TO THE EDITOR. THE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

TEBS TO THE EDITOR. 'ri' Ti 'LEC'rnON.;''" ' * ' ' -A \ niny ecurrillona thingrI hlnco ' Idnil 'writtcri *oniciht"lfr.; fsimoicl I horjn Tihiilp' iglit: ih ficmyfinor., w ho ola. knowliedge of Mr. Willie, ",.. mnr prominent citircn of'I'rohraii, ,scwlire, to shytlilt h, is unqeesiio. etoemed throughout the colony as.n maotiolratmlghfowan mnn;lnl whom ionlo" lo.oheb plnlee"' lKleetors I tir in mind dthat.he in not a 'ini [.0lfn~ggOmliscri snecldgclcctlon for h notivea. All, who ..know nrc ofint bo the fnclt tlt h'c'ihi'to-dly; .Ils always, been?" ,-gdnuine .manl, thn e ring.'of tho truo metal. re I scy to "my fcllow-elotoinH, for Si Willis,": whosoe ctnmrctcr rlrtcr 1 jiistl i' hitltl, him r~to tonllnce;acl isinidleed,likO Caoar'o IlOe silpiciono, tFnizliflly yonuri;. ' " .2 F A A C8UTRALIAM NATIVB." 'vcrm othcrnahohymols letters,oiif ono 1"tW. .I:' Paryn,'.'" xereeing inilii at tLo coTrnllyn ttack nmdo by, adil, ious nrticlrs thot Irve npCared in 'n in1Cer,"re to hiid,' tit'tlicr pu...

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WM. CALDER AND HIS WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

WM. CALDER AND HIS WIFE. Before the St. ttilta Court on Tuesday the troubles of this unhappy couple were airedt. They are living apart, and are the joint poSseseore of a house otnanted by E. Phillips. Tile latter owes .2 for rent, and was huonmo aed by Calder for the amount. Calder, it appears, holts the oleets, but they are in tis wife's lanle,c and, having paid £.57 hard cash, towardls the purchase of the house, he holds his right to collect the rent uotil that amouno t is liquidated. ]lis wife, tlowever, aleo claims the rent, cnd sent the tenant notice to pay the amount to no one but herself. Doubtful as to ohom he shoool pay, Phtillips resolved to keep the money until the question of ownership was bettled. The Benell dismissedt the case ogatinst himt, with 21s. costs.

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THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY AT ST. KILDA. THE MYSTERIOUS COALITION ORACLE. THE ELECTORS DISGUSTED. MR. JENNINGS' CHANCES OF BEING RETURNED VERY REMOTE. THE TEMPERANCE VOTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY AT ST. KILDA. . THE MYSTERIdUS : COAITION .ORAOLE. , . ., . THE ELECTORS, ,DISGUSTED. Mil. JENNINGS' CHANCES: OF BEING R ETURNED VERY IIEIOTE. THE .TEMPERANCE VOTE.: .Intense dissatisfaction provails at SL Kildn among the electors, owing to thi manner in which"the political: oracle hi been worked. It is stated that Mr. Murmr Smith's withdawal it:ifavor 6f ir.e Jen. 'ninga has been brought about by a system of underhand intriguing,, and :that 'lr. Smith's committee have, to a certain ex. tent, been unwittingly made tools of to serve Mr. Jenning ' interSatsC. We do not voouch for.the truth of these assertions; but we cann airm poitively that ail the gentle men who comprised Mr. Smith's committee, with oun or: twd!cxicelittlos, consider (hey have been slighted In a' most barefaced manner. 'Th'ey Mate tliat thdy' are otto be bought and sold like so 'many sheep, or to be "battle.doored" t at mr. .mith's co venience, and "shnttle:cocked" over to lYrt Jennings at tlh...

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

AUCTION SALE NOTICES. Mr. G. Vale Linton and MIcssrs Knox and Punshon announce for the 3rd prox., at noon, a sale of household fturnitur and effects at "losCmount " Raleigh-strCeet, St. Kilda (oppoite the gasomcetr.) Mr. G. Vale Linton annolnOca for the 4th prox. at 4 p.m., a four.roomed w.b. ottoac., in Malakofi-trcct, EaLst St. Kilda, erected on lold 33 by 83ft. 3Messrs iaynes, oydehn nlld Wilson, will sell on Friday next at 11 a.m.,oonl the prem ises, No. 1 BIlond-street, South Yarsr, is stperior lot of hIousehlold furniture nnd AUCTIONI:ER'S I?s-POIT. 1. J. Dixon and Son reports having held a s?le on Satulnay, 16Ith inst., at thelir rooms, of properties iln thel insolvent es tate of Mr. Joseph Alcock, whenr the fol !owing properties were disposed of: Farms at Muolgrave, 138 ncres, £2,484, and 6 acres with larlge house, e., £600. Kep pel and Cardigan-strcctso, Carlton, proper tics £1,555; Chapel-street, South Yarro, 112 feet 41 inehes, at f87 10s. per foot, £91,832 16s. 3d.; Clmp...

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE ST. KILDA FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. TIIE ST. KILDA FIRE BlOIGADE. Ucar Sir- -Ileing a resident of St. 1Kildn for a number of years, I rmn greatly sur priseo to find how the local fire brigadel are served. Thercare I believe two brigad es in St. Kilda. The one at the lower end of the market is the one that I wish to sperI about. First of all they have there station in thO above-nameo place, which is nothing more than a cowshed. This is the place where they have to conduct their incetings, annd where they meet every ITuesday night Again, I hor that otly tire or .ix have uniforms and they are six years old. Now, couldt not the council put up a decrt shed for the brigade, in some more osuitable place in the borough, and give the men a proper uniform, so that they can attend to their noble work respectably, whicht could be done for albout £20. Iloping that I halrve not taken up tio mlulic spac in your vahlnble paper, 1 am yomu, &c., DtISGUSTEfD.

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MR. JOSEPH HARRIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

* n. JoSEPH HAORIs. Our representatioe ittrvodw o I Mr. Fuller, chirman of ,Mr Harris' cohimittteo at the central committee roomr, Toorao: In reply to queries Mr. Fuller said he thought his candidate wouold pol' tweo votes to every one of Iis opponrnts; and, he oddcd, I think Mr. Blansharl will. easily defeat Mr. Clhapman for secolle plnce.

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South Yarra. MR. S. L. CHAPMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

South Yarra. Mo. 8. L. CIOAPMAN. AL thle Toorak-road entrance of tho 'alace lhotel waso, 3r. S. L. Chapmalonn yes terday when a recpreecntativce from this ofice nccosted him. Hlie was asked if he desiresl todiscus cthe matter of his election prospects, and he replied: '"I have nothing to do with the matter.". '" Our reporter: Indeced; I was under the impression I was convering with .the otndidatc. Mr. Chapman: so you tare, but my com mittee.attend to all thee matters, 'If I enter the conmmittee roon I nam given to understand there is ono too many. I dorit interfcerd., Rieporter: Oil, I sec So-long.

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MR. CHAPMAN AND THE PRIESTS. HIS SUPPORTERS DISAFFECTED. A LARGE NUMBER HAVE SECEDED. THE CANDIDATE'S ALLEGED OVERTURES TO THE PRIESTS THE CAUSE OF THE DISAGREEMENT. THE "SHOUTING" EXPENSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

MR. CHAPMAN AND THE : PRIESTS. IllS SUPPORTERS DISAFFECTED. A LARGE NUMBER IHAVE SIECEDEID. TIE dANDIDATE'S ALLEGEDI OVER. •TUrnES TO TRE IlRIElTS TIHE CAUSE OF 0 TIE DISRARE:EMENT. TH... E SHOUTINGl " E?xI'FNSES.M Some sensatton man cauieil ox' Ionday mornitg among the South Yorram electors nhen it Iean "lnown l'that Mr ~',f;l I Chapmoan's commltlte was as, a houwe diyido againslt itoelf. On ljoarlng of tlhe rumodr, a ierocfnta, tire of thlo mournl wos told O11to tonyreati:. gate tlCe nmatter. it lartcir tlhat MIr. W. O. Coulsoan, a goentleman whd has beern act lng asI Mr. Chlapman'si calmtrman of com. mittoe, hail to serioasly vlloagroeo with thf codoldhc''s lmavitar ao regnolo tli errnlcij. tion questlon,thathe lunl determintl to wasl his hatids of the whole bulsinesds. This RnS the bald statemenit that on Monday morn. ing wms the comnmoi talk'not only of the sovcraml conmmittee rooms, h4t among the electo~gmtierall?y. ' It ynw aim alleged, ip'ti onuleatlable Oathoiity, tlint the...

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MR. DAVID BLANSHARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 March 1889

.ti. DAVID IBLA-sItAtD. MIr. IBlashanl was -een at his committee roms, iI Toorak-road, busily at work. Ia reply to our reporter'e qtestions he aid: "tt isa well kaown thater the protec. tionistan tl i ibertl portioqa of the ol?LSt. Kihla electorate-viz., Prahmrl atdtian important tprt of South Yarrn--hat notvr been reprcsctnted io Parliament, it being' South Yarra tlill, Toralok, ntd St. Kilda frectraders t!od Colsoervatives, who always hehl the hbalance of "otiugipower; but, now, since outh YarTrm hao S benutade a single elcctorate, the chance of Ir. tarris being agtain returned is very retmotet ad especial!y sitlcte it is so well udcrstood that he interls going to Englatqd htn ciglhteei mo?ths; and tbtl fact was the cause of Mr. Langton not owishing to retlre, he (tIr. Langtoa) insistinlg uleo" rtr. larrin ireigaintg hiti seat; but.I Mr. Itarria would tot reoign, ari itllelds, if elected, thkinlg his sc.lt to Englan d inl his pocket. Thitta mnttter hs loset r. Ilarrisa a lot of su...

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