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UNCOMMONLY DIFFICULT TO ESTIMATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

UNCOMMONUi DIFFICULT TO ESTIMATE. Tho length of a woman's tongoue. : The exact size of that verylT remark. able fish which somehow got off your line. The ·preciso .number1 of birdls you wo~ul have buagged hidl not that "con founded sun " hobeen in your eyes. Tho value, to a fraction, of lovers' vows ... "Th'5 length, to an inch, of your creditors' long souffering. The height of your own lofty opinion of yourself • The" exact. demonsions of your es. tates in Splin. The respective weights of a flirt's heart and a masher's brains.-Judy.

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

ASiWE GO TO PRESS. .-b cnefit? wa ~tnlered!to Mrr. Wiiill Ia.Ensl Irit fiiglit, at the Prahmn town-hall. An cxccllent.programme was submitted andithere war a good attendance. M? Blrirna'hasdrendercd valuable service in the ed?iu?e of charity at Prahan, and it wnas but right that his elfforts should be acknow ledged in this. way. A report is unnavoid: |hly lhldov'ir.' Last night the annual te?n meeting w?e held in ,connection with.the Prahran [ndc pelcrit cl'rchn , h ix' erxcellent eC ' was partaken of bIy a large number of tie con gregationianl friendanrarla public meeting was subsequently held in tile cherch. 0Or Sunday special sermons were preached. A futller report will appear on Saturdnay. The members of thie Pmahran Tramdrsman'' Club mreet on thie Wareoeuncrmn's ground to-morrow, when sides will be picked at 2.:10 ptm. for a muff cricket match. Lawcn tenrrS, eebittles; quoils,rte:,' t ill also formn part of thie afternoon's enjoyment. Or our fourth ipage will be fondi a. re por...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

P AOFESSIONAL k MEICANTILL MEN WO beg to drn?w attoclltion to tho follow ly A.:_£ nD year il ur D against ALL olent to humb n lifo, and secures £1000 tda thand6 £ weebk during Illojry. Ifoul forlnsam lld R~partlculaorons op? ,.tioaull the CohoIaLIMuoruAL. ]NoUII ?.0 TooPuo, e' colljn..trct Wcet. ble0usAID IVUh'DEn cloinm PAID by Till Coopnoly. aB i lrrigdcs nlld hmu e Coae al, ~ waj "u Iobt etthle their liffleracees Lhertl y m:i wni a tt ml MI doubtsi a rutal3' ad Icaicrlp CelTIIal aldaltea c.artain cure fIn liarelaa tnurd d:Cl ','Ster? ,ago. .Iri ghlg.l r2CoaEelrd. fth * T "i yerre e La e d. a're 1Isitj l lla ll ierralarl,(x adel eell|. C e.,3l1grreeere AtlC?,"l'l*'·.U11B',llell|, \ II CO· th 1Zillem~Ctonsa V" 'lelYliOrie. Loeal Ageilb :--Alkeraiio aIo.ltrag !Oi,, ea'.ener of lligarel Car I"'La '2II ' ,.t.. l g lt 'Vl n I i'Ctora:-eF. C. llelbjttrlle._?t %T A REMARKABLE CASE. ---4---- UIYI dr tlle naboveheading the Do leade~r eporte~r, '. of ?Jlt , publishes thu following in tt . O...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

Wi oare glnd to observe that:the Prah ran council have determined to make a material change in the conduct of the local public library, which is decidedly one of the best,, as regards r collectioli of valuable literature, outside of MTel boun;ie. At the last m.neetin, of the council it sias resolvedt to give Mrs: GnCdE,e the iresent caretoaker, three months notice, sod to invite applica tions from igentlemen capatblb to 'ill tlie position of librprian. This, in itsef, is 1'r'.forn' ttlat 'as "been long ineeded. Hitherto tle priaetice'lis been to alloT the: ,library to remain open all day long without: a solitary -attendant in view; This necessitated a stranger in searchi of a particular book spendiing at least np.hourin discovering its whlerabouts; and it also allowed several hulking creittiirds of the male'sex--dirty loafers haniborilg quite a' collection'of things snost nhd.ious-io. pttilisc the library as a restaurant and aI dormitory. The ad ,enit of .s conpetent librarian will,...

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PRIMITIVE METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL, SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

PRIMITIVE METHODIST SUND Y SCHOOL, SOUTH. YARRA.J -c I O! ;;Puut!y,. 17ith Mtarch,ttlhe anual fabbath school nniverl's.re ill conned?iono with thie aboveie w celebrated, nted t2 ry thig au1oosed of very osuccessfull, haing thef adaitage of fille weather. It was a checring sight to see the large cootygertion presctt at each of thoe services. T 'l ctilh-. i il .Urre o nicel. arrayedfonthe platform, antd th folofal dfeorations gro.tlybyhuttfied the general apperalnce of the churcfh. The mcoraing servie ts. conu.cteoI by the. R.ev;W. J Ila?vy, of Blrunswick, Who poreadhed an excclle'cnturmoilt; an muieo it quite atpt o prate for the ocasion. Ttce atfoerlooll stervic was ronclll ftfc by the Iev.! O.':Anthony, tile local moili for; hilt thi service wao r sotmewhat altered .o t to allo- tfI' c dhillii to rihdfer rcciftaiiels andtlotioegiceo,-t.hich \oei' given aulfmillly ,\tlor ftleqble tuifd(uu .ftrJ. . ohblc.i If ttle elv'ting tfle s.nle rev. gcttlemnan ooccupied the ullfcit, and preache...

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Down by the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

own by the lE. ur M. QUAD. ,.~'d fh"ie d groeler , otalkert un ?? olieroo" trated 'panthes1, Siii.never reallus what eacitement i lie in ambnsh for a' man-eating '.A the lion is the king of beasts, the sthekingfsh The whalemay be btweniteme a ndo nito straight es the shark di?soonts him by fifty. droppeduown from Beach Heaven to riot a dlstance of nino miles, onemorn. a wct.boiato ambnsh a man-eater 'At liet ea fa y where menhaden: are e from the: fishermen to hbe made Into Sertilislr~eanithe mano-eater comes Sthe sea to' pint. up snch stray fh a ioierhboard during the process of on The best'W anchored In about tof ater, with a hard sandy Sod pat out a shark hook at the endc onrd fret of nehrope,. The hook ,boat th the m youusee in. ta slls to hang "qonuarters" on, bt barbed like a regular esh-hook. The ned wa'three a trout, aweighoing abbit' ,o oces each. A nofuat-apabe of,; o aman in: the watero wb n, made' "owe the hook, maind e acout si feeth the onrfaee, and when alld was ready...

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PARS PITHILY PUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

PARS PITHILY PUT. 'skIcirIsr,1 1 I ) . - - - Tragedic?s. !hurghlarc . Cae brr lgo beara Oxforld. 7 Iuen adorU, FIaitd2io.lll~-mnnItl- - ;Irhe urnemployed wrrorrying Mir. Nirneio. M r. Thoyre Wcigall is lifty-eight todiny: - - lirr-brigdre-for?aob-P rahmm --?r hear..z/,,;.tr orj.. *z .r.r".9 r I H1llhllot tg ibagr,? we ai l br r ditirl 'n. explan ationl.' ".' 1' " " ' I Thbl Win~?l " 1ce skatq i i'lk Is'being well lpntron sed. .;.::..' IHon. George Turtn pM,uiislter of ,ublic Worksi-ohenl hy.' . .. . levcrrrampsistcost' 2LO- expnse"o Wbrne by five inuiicialiUtie. ''' " o W I Ford."-Wo refer "you to our "Notice to Cortrtspnrr dolnts ' Ilrahra otate !loqrhls' eowcerts to-morrow night nd. ridny night-Plrnmhran 'Towri hall. " ". . 'ire tlof i. M .flf ),iWTfr l:it bo-re-lrctrd Spcakcr. Iis cqul jp.nqt to be fouonl in Autstra~nti "Jiitny " Scott, of leal faine, lot bis £50 deposit in the Rihliirorrl light for I'arlirm.entary hiorlrs. irllwrldrnolrlr I ori t to"n1g.r l " Buy, blny, buhy," (...

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ST. KILDA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

ST. KILDA POLiAEC oURT. TUFDAYIT, APRIL " : aefare th Mayoi, Ia't Maessrr. PIters 'ad . iSamuaels, Ja.P DIOsGtACaEtt CpNaUaT. A rouglh td dilapdattcd looking .chr-etar, t.tnajad Noroge Coritish, hlUae ui) for abuisd Innuslgc. This hit gave expressidn ita on'ttlday morniag, -1th ult., in Chatpal-str?atwtijit-t hcarilttg oata t l aelsosptsif 00 ya 1isaly from him on their wray to churcth. Mr. Butler yoluntecrcd his secrvicet for triso~r cr's iderfarte.r nl ad kttaow hit ditar t y, anRI oaC glass of ber ta ote ha rI r ,i Being a gentleman by birthi he feltlhis position very kcanly, hnd Ce (Ir. tuair) ahoped thie bench rwould lo him otf as letietntly a possible. Pr;isoneIr was , ined £5 or six wcaks. , A AJOOKY IN TROUB i.-ttiliam I int mm at priaitrjr jackor ivas pat fdrarta for tusulting behavioitrr , lt e Imst la tcly been the soarce of much annttorncr to Mtr. Robt.Garrcttof Brighton-road. lispradtice has ibeen to tresitas on that gentlcman's pidmioes to sleep, ad toioidom'it'sll 'fr...

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WORTH BEARING IN MIND. FORTUNES IN PRINTERS' INK. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

KWORTH BEARING iN MIND. FORTUNES IN PIIINTEIIS' I'1K. Don'utot expect an advcrtiscnot to bear fruit in on0 night. Brad :is the setafl of lhaunn life, and odvertising is the stalf of btusitles. You can't eat enough ill a wok to last a year, and you can't adverotise olt that plan, either. A thitig swortl dloitg'is worth doing well. 'thitgll orth ialdrttiig is worth adv'rticihtg well. The octerpriing advertisecr proves that he understands hltow to buy, bCcauso ill ad vertising he knows how to sell. If ysu n ao urouso curiosit y an adver tiseotlent, it iup t guined. The fuir tsex don't h1 l al tone: curiosity in the world. w'opl o who uldvertis once only in three mo! tho forget that nlost folks cannot re moebr anuything ltoger Itunl three days. Qlitting udvertising ino'dull titcs is like tearing out a aln because watcr ts low. Either plan will prevent gdsl titmes frou coming. A constant d|'oploin,': oilt "tor to rock. Kept dropinjtog your adtrti'cricnts ott tto public, and they will soo...

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A WONDERFUL STONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

Al 'WONDERFULFBTONE. There is loav.u vrjoe . t the Blrohkltn Portrait Stp!io, 10hz ltfpel-street, South lYarra, two tiake itooes, whic.L are the only ones of their kildk in o u.trtlia, old ore rulotedt to be potessed of thl ppo-er of pr?ovoting dealtl it tle tcasne of satkoe bite hlol;;i '·ldl~r a Rudmousz~yr n Ithdlreptile. Thley re us'ed ill' Ceyluoi \''ith 'the greateo t tuccet, a fd l ohb e ben fully attested here. They are h.ut tic leIra,llit aare very lile in app"rtneo, ot o otllc, toot ar valued at £10. .

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POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 1st. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

POLICE NEWS. ''."'' MONDAY, AepIs , . lo. Before Dr. Fethcrston (chairman), and' Messrs. Parry, Sykes, HIornblowcr, fishlty and Michell. SBTEALING A BOVERtIGN.-A m?l ntamedI Js sCarr ivas char~ged by a man anamedw Leoader, who Ikeeps a skittle alley in Chapel street, with having, on the 29th uilt., stolen rioi hIim' a covcerlga; in" lie T''l~egmll hotel. It seems both parties were lntoxi cateslts and! were :usnablcietoisay what did really take place. Prisoner wasdischarged. .I-ISTsItSS NCE.-A ?.wonmall imeessi Jesio Bsckett obtainedias remder of 10s. 1t. peIr week in addition to an ordter for ils. per week, slbirii gxistisnce,. Isginst hier hus band, Stephno Buckett, for the maitcenance of hIis five children; tand lie is to find one surety of £1t to comply with the order. CostnttssioN ttAot.-A youngmata ammed Johaln Hunter sued sA\lexnellcr icentose estate nge!ls, for 1.1 7s.,id.,:boing amoent of comlmision claimaed by him for intro. lsucing pirchascrs to dfendais at for Iwo ,hossLe...

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OUR SUBURBAN TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

OUR SUBURBAN TELEPHONE, Is Dr. Leger Erson nt rome Hr-eHeit Dr. Erson.-What slt it 1 . - We have hherd soveranlAustrallan nntives talking about a soggaetion you gnade the dithreeni?olg iregholiuig tho A;kA..k. inter niing the~reneines in innet~`ory moigrn~i mr. Eri. rropo Yes I tqo the Af.A., hidng nf wcll-orgonisnli national ao6iation, idudldl form cori?tit~tse: to nfdrt?ni pignid spot?s and nosanfiaryprem Ises in thls and other cities. _Thny sieond then insist on th?d'inthoritiesa ~tnkiog roi eatlhatonel-n A oenwihat neovl i lea; id iJitt -1 D)r. 1Eron.- No; in thie city of Glasgow the religious lidies combined and nctedl in thiu way ]lnin n incalculable amount of good. 1 contend that the preservation of the hltih of the conmmonity is of national -ttairght ,,fter-teehe peitnrtieerofthih h, t 'icewe?;etil ring Sfr Presildent Church nluntndanscrtiahl hiasie so tlhe suojcct.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. "OUR CURLED DARLINGS." [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

'LETVERS TO'THEfDITOR. " OUR CUiRLEI) DARLING S." flt fnirtth toti oTo littening ills a ry. Where Hcalth nccumltes, ;,' .,?ndmneile sy.7 . Sir.-I was at St. Kiilda-leepy, aristo cratic St. tillda--thl e othlier evening, and unll td lll elf [lmcnlhllltti llg the sonlbre :voiues--oneithlorsido of which aremajestic mansions icand retslc es of wealth, with their s pacious g onu s, their, lawns, anl t, ieo- , • titit , th, I' trbbettiher-, thee slade-gtivilg treesi, who-e sprcadingbhranuc hes form evergreeno arcades above tohe footnwayo-nd it was exceedingly ple:olust to, stroll through these ,dimly-lit streets, to inlih tlhe fECesh ozone air, anid to 'liste to soft datches of llusic eve andt anon issuing from tihe li-ghltd winldow anlll escments ? of the palatial abodes of weadllati " :nhllxry. 'Y es; St. toila is a pt:tty. ·ltburb. But that is all-in otheOr .Cresoctsa it posseIcses the clharacteristics of the Cloinece tc pire; it doestnot progress. Why I ilighi-street frcoiheit., a. re...

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THE PRAHRAN MARKET. PRIZE DESIGNS. FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED TO MR. CHAS. A. DEBRO. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

THE PRAHRBA` MARKET. "IttST PREMIUM A\\AltDED TO 'r 1.' l'' CIIAS. A. D'.EBRlO.' In respoose to the 'Prahrmn council's i vitation to architects to submit comltpetiti lcsigns for shots dwVellings, and improlC mncts of the lpreseno inrtt t accommodaotiho in Commerciaroad,, a ,oumbor of desigilt hrve boon. receired .ntd weorc conside'lrI, last Friday' lorvening at ' spetl cot e ot1 oeeting, when Mir. Chas.A"l' D'lAbro was owarold tirAt priDte'od"tlr/"3nichlil Eg'n second prize. Mr. Il)Ebro submitted three desigrao, marked "A,"" 1" Cad "0"respectively. "ottbtt rto celtralte itrn tIo rto t loo"I tt ojlbcc~i rtlllI CCi wl~ c ? c rgilzctLJL~ l clf is deciddlyl oin favor of, and "C" de parts fromo the other dcoigos but slifghtly' Tho folloointg, is,an outlinct of.. L1cithoo dcsigns submitted by thle t rize-taklr :- PLAN X. ELoEVATION.-TI e ele\ation hns been" earried out withic-cnitot facings iln oa ecoamoti -tylF, hot, at the. ijie tim, it givcs a publi c chlarctr to the bui diug. There ar...

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SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

SSPOdTS' OOLUMIN. , .. ... ',,; ''I bnfCIo T.' By 0.0. ',; Th?. ' Kilda finiehd t'heir match with t'e Iichmond on Satulrrday. The latftr had 2 ilain for 30, and required 105 td win. The St. Kilda bowlers were owell on the opel nedenin fave fuar moroee the licb iioiiirl htl thbir happy dispatdch-so that 6 'were oant for (8 rtllse. Turner and Over got togethcr, al by ?, Iatient batting'tottel lop the reqiredl 'couns without losing their wickets. The.match was then won by RIic!mnroed by 4 wicikets. Ilouton fielded in very ellicleit style for the Saints, for welon L .iKeogh aullt I, . Smitih bowledwell. ,Tlniv Hawkslirn threvwdoln tlhe ga ntleot tii the schlor second team bf tile' Melbourne ciicit ctrbh; The tatter wvon the tossnlll of coilrceirentt in first.l They liiet poss?ision' for the best part of thie afternoon, and at ,the fall ofn the last wicket hiad scored 213. E. Rush obtained tlihe' bet bowling aver age-i for 90. "!Clo. Mainan madle i, and I)D. Clark 53. The liarrkslurn wer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

Drapers and Clothoiers. Exhibition WOOLLENSI!! T . . ' R 'OIEI l eIttlirinl a NEW SUIT of CIoTIh ES to attend tihe forthicoming Elcitions, w ulhd dit well it, CAi.I AND INSP'ECT TIHE LAIGE STOCK or Exhibition, Mosgeil, AN1D Colonial Prize Tweeds, N W U N V I E \\W, P. ca llt)I lER & CO.'S, THE I London and American Tailors, i4 OtAPEL-s'ITEET, " PI I A I I A N, Ne?arTowvn Iall, AND 121 ULARENIDO.?sT., SOUTHI MIEIBOUIUE. Thie Goa. ls w, a *e inow a ,Ivertising ' cer manuf;ctureid 'clxpsly for tle Melbourne International Exhibition, * any Purchaser m;ay Depend o Securing A FIRST-CLASS SUIT At 100 per cent. IEILOW ITS •REAL VALUE. r- Note the Prices. SCOLONIAL GOODS: i SPECIAL LINE TtOUSEEnS ... 12g. ltd. ALL WOOL SUITS ... .:. 42 Also, SPECIAL LINES AT ... ... 50. 1)S. 7. MOSGEIL GOODS: - SUITS... ... ... ... 65s. 7l0s.75s BLUE SERGE SUITS ... GOs. BLACK AND BLUE WORSTED BUITS, bound ... 65s., worth 80s. INTENDING PURCHASERS $i:·i " COME EARLY AND Secure First Pick, As htere is...

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VARIATION OF CLIMATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

VAIlATION OF CLIMATE. Old colonists ay that some thirty years ao the merity of te winter cv. not on great a. it Ilns been of uelateyrs, nnd tlhere wa the , ll peciuly in the interior of Aub trelia, a cparamtive immunity from olhte, coughs and nfcotionu of the chest und lungs. New chumns acid very ninny othere now know by freucently painful experience that thlis thte of thingo no longer ericto, antd tlhat aronnd the eont line of tills coutlueot, wpceially wlhere there is a connidramble populution, colst, coutghs atel ouch like uffections are very prevalent io thle winter,. Last ~eaonnc nucereuc tc.timnannl were egnt to the local proprietors of Dr. tenu conut'o lmoilian lnalmon, certifyinig to its wondetrfl curative proelcrties. Mr. J. Milt ler, of tleltt-otrvct, rtmhmno, crote:t "Lost wottk I md clsevere cough,cwhicl prevetted nlo sleeping scvemrl nights, when I got a hettle of your teaumotntt Ilmzillan Ialenlm, fromn which, after thking three tome, 1 foulnlmtnneure relief, ill fact,...

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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

USEFUL HINTS. Buy your cheque-books with the stamps impressed. Never sign anything without looking first to oe if it be properly stamped. nRemember, the first person who executes aiy iastrument is responsible for aflxling andl cancelling the stamp. Do not forget ttthatothe date, as well as the initials or signature, must be written on the stamp. Iave all your printed receipts stamped reedy for use. Letters acknowledging payment of any sum of £5 or over by draft or cheque must pay duty. SPeonaltics may be recovered summarily bhfore two justices, and the Minister may alloi a tortion of the amount to go to an infonrmer. Iok carefully at your deeds. One error omy itvalidate an important transaction. If everml eonsiderations are expreoscd in one document, you must pay on eacl vcparately. i 'l)o not let bills run too long :keep them under £L5.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

Drapers and Cloth!ers. 66 68, and 70 CHAPEL STREETr PRAHRAN. ll~ it''lo BRowN, .o.... • : . ' . • . ; . .-: LATE-JOlHN PAUITY CO.). DRAPERS, Mercers' aind : Tailors. .Ut?LLINERY AND :DIESSlIAnlING. BC. Co. intimate that they have takes such masuncsree e shll vert gr etlycexesni the business of their predeccsors, andt, re lying upon the judgment of a discerning public, they intend nelakiig it the COMM.Ef CIhAL C gENT RE of tihe SOUTIIERN SUBIIURIS. To achieve this desirable cnd, I. C. & Co. eco-iso that there is but one way-to . upply GENUINE GOODS, ,At Strictly Moderate Prices, And pay the utmost 'attention to the rc ,quirements of their Customers,thus not only to 0o 0 Il MA N'D h s U tC rES S, *ESV b lDTiERV W - " C" B".'& Co. will IOld :'i , M9N rST.ER SAET!! . . . ..o .. . Duo ,O?t ? ..:·~·..q co.rmins cing T?is day, , • 'whei - '", THE STOCK OF~/ THE LATE FIRM( , WILL DE CLEATED .:l,, o? A unting' 'tbo'a f6' O 0 0, O- AT ANY SACRIFICE. Visible .Reductions .. IN E...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 3 April 1889

SBanking Institutions. NATIONA L B0ANK, OF. AUS. Capitn Sunecribed, £1,25.0,0 Pld.up, £1,0?,. Resered Fanda, £AnO,RN. nerve Linbility of Shareholders, £1,@0,0,0. pBAHR AN BRANCH Clnpl Street. INTELEBT ALLOWED ON DEPO81TS. rUfis Issuenl on Rugl-?-, Ir?_lsnd, Scotland, and adl the Bank's Brunchs and AgeIIctes through .outthe Worl. thWld. H. R. ENGLAND, Manager. rEP NATIONAL BANK OF AUBTRALASIA. Caly shd S~crlbd 21,.?0? Reserve LAlIlityof Sha?mholden, £I,NO,, ST. KILDA BRANCH. Cormer of Hghtrta t a nd Wellingeon st e t , 1uret Rtes at Inltereallowed on Honey deosited tar nlznl podaln. Drrfts issted on Enghlad. Ireland Solad and the lxnks Br~uehas and Aen e t g the world, Sod. GORDON I. DARE, ~Onagr. oil NATIONAL L ANK OF AUS lj TRALASIA. Cailid BuLerid, £1,50,000. HF,,o·d-uP ,£I7,00. BdserVml Funds, £670,000. Arere Lillity at Shareholders, £1,500,000. BALACLAVA BBANCH, Carlitle Street. INTEHEST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. UnJt is nl~teou England, Irelaud, Scotland," arid the BaS ' Branches sn...

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