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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889

Births. DUIIN.--O n the 8th lbnreh, at ols Chtrchl I i'rect ichlmblld tll aiv e Of baizcs Colli,4 ?fI :U?kN.?On the 2lIb~ ?fireh,:'at nuoswlnle? C int woC~-provu , St . Kidn, th1 e wife tof Alfrl Ian, S IdIONS.--On the :.th ult., at GmnCvitw grIve, r dale t, lthe wife of J. F. Silmootpt , o S Deaths. . :' ELAtO.-On the lIst inst., at ortIue, Tho Avenue, Windsor, George Gordon.tBt ir, ,to dearly s tlotted htsltand sof AmS l tlair,t' nd 7an of th lato Dr. Blasir, Klrkendbright, S hotland, aged5 g year. LESDION.--On thelt illst., at Carlisltsttreet, ssatlava, Edward Carlisle, ltet d-trly bslovd son of 1Benjamin and Sarah Lenmon, aged yrars. "Of unch is thle Kin don of Havcn." USHER.-On the 2nd April, at Pahan, of diphtheric crmup, HLrry George, eldest aon of GeorgoandElleuUehor, aged 6 yeJar ad 3 PRAHRAI TELE P PUBIASAED oUN WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDATS. " ln?[ nl| FEAITI?:,I let 6. movE on; let er. " step, of th~ought or work; be Ivtsnl onl .ur I, nll.r sllt8o llo, rune: ll R O llto, I~'i...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889

USEFUL HINTS. Buy your cheque-books with the stamps impressed. N?ever sign anything without looking lhot to see it it be properly stamped. Remember, the fEil person who executes any Instrument is responsible for affixing and cancelling the stamp. Do not forgetthat the date, as well as the initials or signature, must be written on the stamp. Iave all your printed receipta stamped ready for use. Letters acknowledging payment of any sum of £15 or over by draft or cheque must py dluty. Penalties may he recovered summarily hofore two justices, and the Minister may allow a portion of the amount to go to an ilformer. Look carefully at your deeds. One error may invalidate an important transaction. If several considerations are expressed in one document, you most pay on each separately. Do not let bills run too long : keep them under £5.

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889

CoxusnILuvrs. I. \'Wl;tt i· thll ffe celle Ibtween " Haliy in our alley" iand a sa broeze i 2. What saL r~esebleo a higlh aRld niry garrot! I. Why is a youg laIty, forahjien hy lier lover, like a leadly orapolion I

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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The Glove of Fantasy. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889

The Glove of Fantasy. BY A. nW. ELLAW. I found and pocketed her glove that on the floor laid as I entered. Sweet relic of the one I love, on whommy thoughts are always center A chrysalia frem whiebhaos flown her perfect palmthelflnieed fingers; an odor that i0all ituownaso faint and fine, ahout it lingers. Shield of a hand I wish were mine I I gaze ..uponfit ovory minute, and hold it witha ':eolap' divlzok, ns if that little lined wee In it. And then I dream that hand is there, and breathe my rows of loving fervor; 'the fealty of my heart I wear, and that I only live to serve her. With life 'tis almost animate, and every dim. ple in it's. moulded-the dimpled hand, 'm grieved to state, that never in my own lay folded I [ bless the kid that lived and died that it might yield this pliant leather to cloths tho~ hand for. which I'vc sighed and s? elield it from the su? and weather. I take it with me as I go to call upon her; she greets me kindly, and now this pre. cioeus glove I show and...

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SQUARE WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889

SQUahIe W~o~ns. A rolldish Corth.. Au Eautcrl plaISu. A k~inld f waro.

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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Dog-day Rhymes. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889

Dog-day?? Rhymes. BY HOLLIS W. FIELD. ll'ow me a breeze from the frigid zone -end mu a zephyr, a young cyclone, d e?ight from the regionof s oummer snows, Northward from where the cashier goes. Clow me a breeze from the icy wold Under the pole star, bright and cold, Where the walrns wraot the thiclest of hides And the polar bear on the iceberg rides. Blowme a breeze from the Greenland mount, From where ice creams aren't things that count On the bill of fare, and the Esqulmanx Slips and shades o'er the Ice and snow. But the weather vane points to the torrid belt, And a mn can do nothingbut melt, melt, While he site in the sunset's after glow And longs for the season of Beautiful Snow.

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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Queer Things in War. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889

Queer Things in War. 'Iro mirrht.write for a Ihondred years of the , criolas plioe.sf war anwi still leave the sub jclt fresb. Waris lottcry, and the prizes :Ire shot, ohell, wounros, and death. Tone of thoosanlnds of men served four years in the late war cindreturned iolbme. In a thousand eases, recruits were killed within twenty forr holnrs after reacheing the front. Wars mesels are no respecters of persons, and the g, dlier who fighte an all doycs hettle without receiring a wound, may he killedn in his tent et niglt by the accidental discharge of a musrket. At the battle of Franklin, the first shell -"nt from tile first Onion field piece to open fre, killed twentynsix confederates. Thie next live shells frem the same n e either failed to explode or cleared thie advancine lines, In this same light tile Ihorse of a Confederate collonel w?s ct squarely in two by a shot, and thie rider esrcaped inllrt. Ten minutes after, a Union olicer behind the breastnork tumblcrd andn fell forward...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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THE PRAHRAN MARKET. PRIZE DESIGNS. FIRST PREMIUM AWARDED TO MR. CHAS. A. D'EBRO. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889

THE ?RAHBAN MARKET. I'IZE1 )ESIONS'. FI~ItS'1 It1lMI1UMI ~AtV'I)ED TO MR1. CflARS. A. D'EItIO. loIrcpne to""" uthC 1mhotl;~ lfl cuiI' ifll toetul atehmlitcr*tot wbmlit conpotlt icO Ic~igtll for $ohoso tooelliogo,, nod aliuo IIL tO f theB tIr~eltoctt mkto I o 011111101U tol (jotoIrciotltololt ouoo IIllOf hodg-·aos *nt orlt011y Ilcooilllg It II rletill elli 11OlUtOIb tirot pl~ioo nod1 Mr. MLiotioot Egno oocottd ~prioc. Mlr. UtaEbro unuloojtnt thrc e rirelfl' mnirkled "A," " I1" I n' o " CU' respectively. ,"A" h a entorl entraoce, 11" lhase double entrance, lwhich the architect Iim self is decidedly ill fvor of, anlld "" dIlc p1rts flron the other dhCeigls bat slightly. Tlhe frllownllg i la ourtline rof the three le.ignosshmrlitter b,,h the l1rei.-tkere: IrAN A. EtIEVATtlTo .-The clcatciit Is ?I?en carriled out with eccllm t facin?go in nit economic style, butt, at thle ame time, it givet a Ibllie chanmctcr to the btilditlg. There ae six sllops with a frontagl of 17tt. ;in. by a depth ...

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A RHOMBOID. ACROSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889

A ltttIIteaD.t ACRIOSS.' I. To form in ringlets. 2. Watchful. 3. A mistake In judgment. 4. Ihdutcml to follow. it. A kind of rampart i tihe form of ai inverted V, andl having its augls to wants the elmo . I. A letter. 2. A Latin lpretlx, III nllg again. I. A liquor. 4. Lively. •. A mistakt. i. To allure byh /amle bait. 7. A bright coloutr. 8t. An Italial prlposition. O. A Ictter.

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889

- --_- A Id. tsunp is SuIIfcienIL for iall cheques, no mlatter wllt tlhw lmint hll IImay h; billut in tle ca~s of ills of oxclaeIIIC nlld prnissry nlote, thcle dlltics nre to regnll lated. acc?l?ling Ito the vnlle of the Ilocl mnlt, as follows : Niot txceedlng £?!3 ... ... · il. Excrtling £25, tantld ,t rexced ing £50 .... ... £* 10 Ixnceeding £,l, m nttttt t UXCeCd" ilng £75 . .... ... I u.(l. Excertling £75, Inltd nont extClt ing £100 ... ; . . . Whero it cxccru £100 thI fco will hcll be calcluitel at thle rate o II. for verty £50 above th£0 t IIUIIIII or flrct.onatl lart of £50.

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MENTAL HISTORICAL SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889

MENTAl, HIsTORtICAL SCENE. I aee brave chlie[ lenadig on an armnny of hisown coantrymcn, naod fighting bravely aaiathia enemiec. At fact, nater a fierce o\s he is tbeihg letd nudcrgarn trd to his arian, lie Jo" killlir'? i thlc ;if|t'idid lu'¢1itises"?,? ailtdingo tl;t he exclaimsa-"Hello.is ;iit aoscible that a ptaele, fliposesed of achi mnognificcnccr.lan cnry me f humble cot tnage in my ?o?n. flnlt . Hia captoirs r) adroire his manly piticnce that they take pity oni him, andf give hitm his freedim; onit thea hei retfrns to his people. Whtidt is the name of the chief, his captors, aai the coint!y to which hIe bIelo.gs!

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Dealing with a Deaf Witness. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889

weanlla with a Dea Wietness. eersal y eas a ilo whileAntrim County, ich was t abon primitie steto of cigtlooa. tvoebreaOch of promise suit caime before the ierit Court at Elk Rapids. The platin ti one Elia J. poonsr, alleged that Wit. l~ Smith hadl trild with her young affee? loes riotslymuch. te had, by promise te srry, induced o t he to isup one amuel s, who was aso an admirer of hers, and under the smart of her refusal, had Sjoined himself in the bhnds of hol tdmoYn to LucyhklOnionerand in conse. Iel woas ot oat of mrktiset which the Sparty laimetsd had blighted her fondest b ao d cad t aoout £25 worth of gloom thor feture. s be lintief's inries l at witness was e Dae asover0"and ,deaf. one of~his peculiarities was to s answer toa queotion, and it made dloene whether he understand it or i his reply would he ready. Th lawyer for the defence was a little maris choleric man named tumors, and hs was crosseraomination of Uncle Bag Yer. 01ey, youhave taken a solemn tbh toC tel tie etro...

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BEHEADED WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889

BEH~bEAdED 'WDES. * *ery war. * Ilcenlma ame aanbi, andl;I amtn oUltaflIE. lellnel Ino 01100 Illore, anlal aRa j nelnOditionn 2. lanrt opIlenee; beheadl me, anldinral tohalrt. Iiohnnlmoagatnb~l,aad tanm tart of tin, bony.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889

G0\lS,\LI 118 AND IATIIS. -----,,? e.,,--..., ,, Si l l 'lef ,t (ce lly ) llco rk l el I rt o Ceofy~ olr ? 01:015) Itoorhiecllefte, rc t theh right sholp., s iteitlt loatsiyltollrllrll d .L ,l li ... . . lll Fll ertisnlI Lrsf ft r 1 ?1 r ll le ll t r "" ek~lt ,, f lio~l i te 0rloi ie "LEh~ntl ?st titysIt~l· IliittC. to SllCndI e Thell| ?tF 0, lh Itdr lrtiSilig. fOile ee Itlr'dou ntlt Isolnllee Con l'ertl H"i rt Illh |oi i Osettle thcir tjifferc ces hnr tio rettLej all dsoubts 11 5 510e tItr ill llnd dysellt crl y ?'?ag.It l hiR,"J rccomalu(iineidc? Se twzhs olssi lhytaster I 555 tll~ Ir. (t. 1,. L. ]'Itw.-o1 "?'S'?(; T' ~lili?. II ltlmtlllle d iospltitnl, .tt.. g~otellcer J.owry, M.11, 1nd CA1.h:te -1I ot Iiltl0 t rof the lis. staff, l ohe r hi l, 'Wholeseolhe Age nto :- If ' i . Oti, 00sf Co. 3 Fhl htl csrs.strce t '~th, lblsrss loeotAeo-Asees Itit\'rlii] • Itw l ,\gelts :--rlk erSo ll hidl.0?~Otr e s, 0 1 eonlcr of Iligth ntllt Cstr ltttl t Itt? KllgOh. Prspretor :--F A RIEMA?KABL...

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NUMERICAL PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889

My~ wholt! tic cal pil~l of o countlry of 1 IJ My,;!, IUoaoutcol. M.Jy 1,0 71ua~over, * 3.1Jyi i a I ulutll 3·.ay131, ,fuuudophunlul e ii M;Jy~ 12', !I 14 to sojouthuolg to~t 4 .' M.ny I,a, I, I, Olsutourt O It M~,Il It'll· tuadlougu touti I

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OUR SUBURBAN TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889

OUR SUBURBAN TELE PHONE. Mrs. Stewart, Malvern-road, please. Is Mrs. 8. at homeo--Yes,yes, yes, yes! what, in the .name of goodnerss, do you waint You'll ring the olplanc down. SIn John at hoie ? MoIrs 8.-Who's ,ohn, pray I such a name mIght mean anyone, from a celestial to a nigger.. We mean your son, John Ellis Stewart, ex.city auditor, and member of tho Pmhma .oant of advlce. ........-... .... Mra. S..-hli; now you've given.Johnny hiis correct title4 I do know who ydih mcan.l. Yes, he is at home. Kindelly senlt hlim to the instrument. -J:I.a"~. ltIhtil Tnm heor;-mc boy. We wannt to khow ahboat tho Contan I,nbwO L.,IdwL? [ yo,,,fioin~d+ tio tpont!? . I. S.- Thcoptit nmongut hr. Chp mana'roeommnitteo rsolovd itself into a simlPle, but ntfortunte, misulndcrstanliing betwcoa Mes?or. Ftclstead and Cotuloum, who lit?i trdllloagreentnat Ilnhnotseqtlene of the laittcr having postponed the date of a meet ing which the comntmittee had prcrviouly agreed upon. Mr. Chapman was not con crned i...

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OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. FIFTH SUNDAY IN LENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889

OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. TO.M10IOWll 5'" SERV&I ES. FIFITIt BUNDAY. IN lENT. lie Iiec item ill (i10 unlernientlieed .lo I ,cJ Ill'el (to-i ir t.Ily·! I nre fOllowvd : Ar\li SAINT ' CIIUtcll, ~t. Killai - Mornl ing rid ecenIng--l CIIIIIST CIIURCiH, St. Kihla-Mluoniug. nid Cevlening, Iev. J. ,tutiley-.Ioe. Te. EOnOE'n PRIE IIIYTEIIIA~ CueIICII, East ,It. Kildho-?eirnieentlro evening, 11ev. .I. Gilnrdnl Maclide. ET. GE:OIIOE'H CIIUItOH, iaIeernl--3,Trn. ig mteld epening,il1v. C. J. Otiby, M.A. PIiAlIliAN liAP~l*IT CtnunIn, Cecil Pirie -Moroingetel elening-lnev. ,J. J Me[lielenic. lIIIIxE CIIRILnTIAN MEuTIIOnIT CIIUItInI, Knot Pririn---MnnruriIg, Illev. I. Illtin? nfternooil nld evening,-Rev. A. Ilogeit. IIAIIILAN CONU(UEiATIONAI. CURLOoHi. Mhorl - n rOel--Mnriliugatodevenonln Icev. O. Coplinoi.

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OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889

OUR YOUNG FOLKS. 'f'iE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX?. PatlmttL nptt t S~lt t,,hy' tolodtttt tttS th~, ttlltg ,to ptotuot ttitlt 0".r .0b -u atsIlotl

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MOUNT ERICA WESLEY'S CRICKET CLUB. COFFEE SUPPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889

MOUNT ERICA WESLEY'S CRICKET CLUB. --+- COFFEI? SULI'Ef. The abaov clib tenderel a coffee supper to Mr. RIeg. Carey last Friday night, prior to his dleparture for Ca.tleomaine, where hei has aeceptrl tile ositioan of hiredt local irolecher, prepar.tory to hiis catering tile ministry. About 20i mebersof tle club, ant, a like nialtberof frielals, met ill thie sllolroollm at Sp.m., ewhich had Ieen arrauged ftr gameO Iy thie elergctic committee, lMerrs. Flr eoaux, Little, Dcntrn anR lttrkitt, whi reo assiduoius in theiredtllritrs to gratify oll 'tiLe walts of tiose preceit. At atbrot 9.IO, the club and guests cat down to rouppeo r. Mr.. B. Crews, tile clubs pairorl, occupled tile chair, with th gueslt of tie eveling, Mr. Regiaalt Catty, on Ills right After tioe eatables had ibeen werll di. cunned, Capt. Hlarry Furraiiux spoke of tti god fellrng existing right thmargt the seaoml [e anloalnced tih resltt of tile u-aonl'o cricket uip to latle, and aRlso lspoke f the kiudly feelings exitill...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 6 April 1889

Publie Notices. ELECTION 0 1o SELECTION? WHY SELECTION, OF COURSE, .\nd the tEST SE1LECTION To Ile nulde in 1 s a?t *,~ 1' it A II 11it A in uS T. W. WILBSON'S IItAT M ANUFACTU11IG? ESTAILISHM EINT, 13 Chapel-st., Prahran, Where Every Coceilvanble Slepe and Style is tO Ibe foull. It is th LARGEST STOCK TO SEI.EO'T FROM 1N TILE CITY. 1OT1 COLONIAL AND IMPORI'TED H AT 5, CAPS, HELMETS, AND EVERY DESCRIPTION of HEAD GEAR MADE TO ORDER,.. With the GOrcatet lu'Ictuality & DIcsptch. RENOVATING AND 1EIIiS wiII Receive R Lietetine DOeNT FOUncE Tcite ADeIhES 13 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHtRAt . .:. ,: ::,;. , : . . .. : , ,? . .:?-, , .? -i .j.,. FANCY BAZAAR GIFT DEPOT, I·;~ · !;.. I-·: l11i CIIAPLL -'rELT> Le-as given in. Linieting lnmce- Moerk, nl o c ?II aIn , tu i :nsTuiii Tie:i .-{,:as~ :-.-..: :;i:!.',i~l-i. MRS. C. V. MALESKY; lBege to notify haieing Opened a ~Se nild Vllliselected STOCK OF, GOODS,.:: "Which,:.q"..?' llaJlig Iseli prechaed at a dicount, Sihe is pmepared to Sell at...

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