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SQUARE WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889

i SQUAIRE QVOrnIlDS ýI An Erpcrn palnt. A Chrilinn nn n - " S . . 1);;~~~~iClt A O ; z. - . 'E',I i I) H~~ A Si~;; il

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Why Should It Be. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889

Why Should It Be .-. The good, the beautiful and true Have passed away with regret But the fellow who slaps you on te back Has never been shot dead yet. SThe hand of death baa been laid upon Kind heerts;thitih l 11d! : hrob, But the man who has been everywhere Keeps the sexton out of a job. We miss the manwhose hand was warm, Whose words were fulol of hope, But the man who is always hanging around We mourn the man of benevolence, Whose presence brought a thrill, While the man who say4 "I told you so," He liveA t say It still. The warrior brave, his deeds are o'er, Which bards have praised and sung, Still the man who talks all your buttons off Yet wage.thd same oldtongue. The queens, whose fame is earth's heritage, Are gone, and the nations grieve, But the woman who enters the church always late jVjl eh i)ait td is he lenisifE 1' ; 1 "/'" The sages of the past are fled, Bllt their influences we trace, While the man whose:,word is, "'sn't it hot " Has not gone to a hotter place. 0 the...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889

"USEFUL HINTS. Buy your cheque-books with the stamps impressed. Never sign azythio' wnithlout looking first to see if iti jprope lytabiped. Reemember, the Ji'rt person whoexecutes nny ilbstrment is resporsible for nfixning nnl dcardelling thb htahjp. i Do not forget that the date, as well as the initials or signature, must be written on the stamp. Have all your printed receipts stamped ready for use. Le.ters acknowledging payment of any sum of £5 or over by draft or cheque mifst pay.duty. . . :i t'euallia may be recovered summarily before t uo justices, nod the Minister may allow a portion of the amount to go to no informer. I , Look carefully at your deeds. One error may ivalidlate ali important transaction. If several considemations are expressed in one document, you must pay on eacth separately. Do not let bills run too long : keep them underZ5. i al iti i:

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[?]eath Customs of the Indians. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889

th (Uetoms of the Ind ?=l& u"pTEla 0o0oIDNl.' Sosor 'ed the'gare witi wh?ioh the ads 5ifsindlana pree'r°vothe body bein touhed y the carth :the Cuo Sf Indian territoryo to tho ite etee. When Comancho !t whletre denth-rattle'may yet bh a l be uote whilt in the throat, and the natural Shas not yet departed from the body e a s reongy bent npon the cheet th ip flexed upon the thighs, The o le flexed upon each side of the aed thieheb dh-bent forward upon the d-lrie?t, or rope,- i now. used to bind thel andond bodiln'this peet blenket m thd n o wrppd e mcnd thd shn stion a gi ?tlycon d tg lyurdedo tb .ret nee whe? y10oh burporfsithie on? o nd he dompact .odya yelty the confused pall.of.lis-Wichita or otbher. Tfebobdy-is thon.ltken. nd ein , sldle hpon' in e sitting a. equaW nsually riding behind i oetm ne, on either side of the s lds the body in peltoninntl"e the of brinl Isreaehed when the corpse s o be y two or three quaws, or enough lore the little labour bestowed upon rii' Thi...

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A RHOMBOID. ACROSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889

A lRHOMBOID. ACROSS. 1. To form in ringletL. 2. Watchful. :. A mistakr in jaulgmnclt., 4. Induccd'to follow. 5. A kind of rampart in the form of ann inverted V, and having its angles to wanis the ellmy.. 1. A letter. 2. A Latin prefix, mcaning apgin. 3. A liquor. 4. Lively. 3. A milstake .. To allure by snme' bait.. 7. A brlght colour 8..An Italian prepoitil, i, t. . A letter.' ' . ,. A\3u.I A ' P I't '.1: t , l? ' : ''

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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GASALIERS AND BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889

GMATlERH. AND BATtiS. °canget them el prtl, a nt cud f?otss 42 (un Iy) I) ttrke. trcel -- i or i the right

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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MENTAL HISTORICAL SCENE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889

MiENTAl. InIStoRICAL SOENE. I see a brave chief leading on an army of his own countrymen, and fighting bravely Asheia.beinglcd uonder gmartl.to his prison, lie so adtlires the splendid houses and builldintgs that he( exqiim-n- Ho;n ix it possible tllit a pcople, posscssed of lich mongtgofnctil ttn, c ht envy i icoiotilet cot itge in my own :lan d?" HIis' captors s? admire his manly patience that tlhy take pity on himn, and give hit his freedom; andl tho he returns to Ili people. What is thie name of the chief, his captors, and the country to which he belongsh I Tie British chief, fOaracltct?, who witt captured by the lRomans, anl taken pri soner to heome.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889

aalrxelnto h o fine store eliglhl l0Cati0 n11rro ul I by nttrnc. ý' at Ira superior ndverrti n for rl~inCof foo~t cuterpri oiug tnIler. 1' etrt I aluahalr I t ar1 o r, lale11 nore Ili ad 'ertixnr sra d es i llri lt,'ta anld t l ula eil C onl ill o TI Y CIl l llc their Ifitrlnc es and la 10 fj~~r ll'a IC([nl lol Il dubts ntcry I. Ii lllllly tF mcototoetleil .. Nee .1. I ll iý urgIl 11 , lt MII t.'I ilnn.l, lent l' ,f hill, 1{nlr Itoou .Nol Ifoa litnl, Il U1Rlc A hlta: ibl (o~piln illl' Cu.8 H Ylll Ugcntr rff, )I1,aaao ItoALot.C ` Ifxlfutets-atreat t -. lli~:;Irfitstnd ·DI TIRA)1WAY ACCIDENT: On Saturday night last a lady' was rtepping from a t ora car in Chapel-strect, when by soam neaaas or othler sC lost her. footiptg5nd,WoO.,throwa violently to tlhe grotmil: Shb' rece?~ird a severe shakiag, and was assisted into thie 'LANTEns TEA BAZAAn, 122 Chapel-street, lrahm, where she received great kindnesa. A cup .of tea was made by them newo nagers and given to thie lady, wllo, oftr she ha...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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BEHEADED WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889

IItIIEI;b)AD WORDS. 1. Iarnla groin; beheadmc, and I am vcrywarml. Iiloheadl ngnin, nail I non to , - Dc Itiau~l mee ullce more, allIýý am a preposition. ^. Ina to aplecac; behead ma, andlI am lohurl. lmchcal me aeaglnand I am liart o the aly.: 1. Wheat. 2. Charm.

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SIGNS AND OMENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889

SIGNS AND OMENS. It is a sure sign of approaching sickness when any person partakes too freely of whipped cream, melted but ter, ice pudding, and bottled stout, at supper. To walk in front of a loaded gun when' a young lady is experimenting with the trigger, "to see how it goes off, you know," is usually a sign of, imminent trouble. To walk under a ladder when a painter is at work lbove ifrequently fortells a spoiled hat. - To sit down thirteen at table when there is only champagne for twelve shows that some one will have to go short. To tues back on a journey is very unlueky, as the chances are that unless you run you. will miss your train. A humming in the ear portends that you will have a cold in the head 'When two knives are crossed at dinner-time, it indicates that there will be a row in the house if you do not arrive home before 1 a.m.; and then persist in banging your boots on the hat-rack and placing your Lincoln and Bennett outside the bedroom door. To lie awake all night l...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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NUMERICAL PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889

NuolonooAr.' 1'Uv77r.I1:" ' Mya whole is Lbs csp;iA otis ossistr 'of I1 a1y H, 11 l6its ,oeal . 1 Y fy 1, ., 7 I nver 3. MV , i aiii ilOOFr. 4. My 1, 2, 5 in a small bed. -.. "Iy 12, I S isalep hole. 4. My 11, 11, 1a is onellilo' to clt: i My 4, 6,1,1I, 3 s msoek. 1I. JIy 12, II Ii 141 i a long stock. I n.. 2. Can. :Ti. Tao . 4. Cot. ii" Pt. . lie. 7 StrOin. S. Polo , COM'STANT!MOI'LII:

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THE ST. KILDA BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889

THE ST. KILDA BOARD OF . 'bViCE.. Messrs. G. Coonnibere (chinnan), J. O. Prescott, G. A..Willi:tnis,J. [. Yellaud, 0. W. Connibere and Jas. Hartley, memetrs of the St. Killa hoard of advice, met ooi 3fonday night and tranactdtl the ordinary busint?a for the mouth, tlere Icing oothing, of anry ulerst to lotc. Oti the motion of Mr. Qotmibere, seconded by Mr. Yellinid,.it was ruolved to-requoet thie Educatton de. 1partlfent to abate the nluisance at.tIe 1trighton-road schohtl by having the grounds levelled aod lldrained. This is an urgent work, and it isiinteldet, should tthottelirt. ment not accede to thile request, to have .n deltatola, to wait upon the MinistCer of Itldatltotu , with a view to having thile tnec.sary work -effecte. ,s thile balance. sheets, etc., in reganl to the recent picnic weri l"ot quitte ready, the matter will be discussed at tle nlext meeting. It was pointed out, htiaveor, that, a good balance is hand woutl result after paying all ex. It'o" ,?. , et. .

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AN AVENUE OF YEARS. THE GOOD OLD DEAN. HUSSY BURGH MACARTNEY, D.D DEAN OF MELBOURNE. HIS 90th BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889

AN AVENUE OF YEARS. THE GOOD OLD.DEAN.: HIUSSY BURGH- [AOARTNEY, D.D -DEAN OF. IELBOURNE. HIS 90th BIRTIIHDAY: " The joys and sorro of ourlif, ?e, It, fearnregr, s,,desPilr--lts miles and ttenr, -emo holier; mrm?eilth Omo'relo'eomee rfe; Wh cen Iteat ot thrmogh er on arium o yeor." \We are suire there is not a man in the colony of Victoria that will not heartily iy f [laf?ffthtlr Veryt' Tvolend the Dean of Melbourne-" We wish you nmany happy before thc c of cll>irne a fumded. He Vdeiiidlieof nthte first group of clergymen that cmo chereewitih Bishop Perry to mould hti r'cligioaic:bihamcter of this colony. No -innn everTritbrtliiifrr hitdiLeTor braveil. opposition tofit ny. nld every kind. than the grand old mato who still, with kccn intellect, lifts up the cross of Christ. However much men lmay differ in oliniion from tile Dean, not oredisrespecto thie inen. Tihe Dean, by all those who know him per sonally, is not only respected, but it loved as a father. The clergy all love him ...

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OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889

OUR YOUNG FOLKS. 'I'IIE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOx. Cultivat not only the comlnolda of yourmlnl. but tile plcasuro grounds also,-li hfely. Puartes appeacr In Satatonly's edition anld the answers iii Wednesday's. A PRSia-a inuL'' bud ig, rebid at Li ts. will be give' to tho. girl who sends the greatest manlier of correct answrs fa rom 5th January to 90th Juno, and another-o writing dosk, valued a t il Is.-(n the boy who sends thJ arI.tcet number of answdra (min 5th January to r teat..Th nation. ..'il be- Published and competitors amo rate,it todto hoop a list as a shook against errors on our part. " i, t, Answrers tooat reach the Editor by0.p.m. on -Monday..--- ·Wo shall tlo .bused if comes rondenta sending u~ow'f iisIed\, t l khadl ttooli' ho aonewouo i It is sot necessary for so,,, f men to be original, al" tllbiglt a o prefer thorln -1 - `"

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ALLEGED ROLL-STUFFING AT PRAHRAN. CHARGES AGAINST MESSRS. ELY, DICK, AND RIDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889

ALLEGED ROLL-STUFFING AT - PRAHRAN. DICK, AND 1111)1 11 lofofollr oil, fit!,., woos rncdohtho Pool,~'~ mocooutnoif 00dm'in onl MIotlllp toigol, a 110 Cho~lo-fatoooo, Ponhooo, To tin, lloyoooodl C ullion,, C,!1 of Pooh,,,,. ?In~otfoooo Ioordlooto~lto ookoo oomlopf,,,,,t ogolola thooo of Oflo 0,10 of loof~lo,,, ollooo, hobom. Ely, Diohi, ,,,,ll1IIo. Tho oiooautlooo,,oo ,oooof olfoo,,--Ahoot, ,uu o hproolooa to,,ooult loooohooy to toy,,,loogt,,, noooa lol,o oo ntoj~oyoo 10,10 hon oloooo, toamrll. Thono tool foo,, Inlolo ht,,t o. n~afoo 10 oo,,tn nlllo,,,,,,l Opn lo. ly, 01,01 il ieOh, ofb~o,, t111,t, to,,,,,1Ifi thoe ooi, ohtoftn I,, o,,oroo to tho oPLIflotlo,,11,o,, fno. 101~ ,o,,oeo,,flho 1,,, o,,thoe Oloofoo,fl o,,lI,,,,foo i, ho, ,1,oooluunpna 00 11,0 Ill~ll~lllijll Toof. On. flooi,,0thri, to f ooooont tieII,,r loyoont~i,,1,,t1,o roo1 noa too,, Of, 1,1,0. to tiI, ,,l~l,,llllh,,,onoolI Mo· I0,ron'o o,,o,lai'c,Oto. 10, fp fofooo tfe Ioli ,lto,,, ofoohd, Mo. Ely ,,lowooI t~lroo o~otfo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889

A; iIEMAIKAIBLE CASE. tlder tho ab7o heading theo 0o1 tofer ftfolerttr, of J ,lyt,1887, publishes the fotlowlig in its ofr rehders may recall the circumstances of a voung clerk, imoil Arthor Lticlohl, falling insensible on thle Whthcv i.ane ill this town some time ago, ald beitg pickd upo, s he cottintedoptctl-fotfC tlelcfo-s, aond aii:in ,' Odh:byttwro genltlemen to the oflice of F. WV. Fisher, Esq., the solicitor vwho employed him. On restoring hi0m to eonseionsness it was ascertainei lie was tliotedl with what seemedt to be att inctr able' disealin. When he was able to speak hie said lie had been to his dinlner and was i his way back to his work, when slol denly his I nhead ts in t whlirl aond oe fell in tlhe treet like a mal hlo is knoclked down. Oa comintom to his eics itlln the oolicitors ofice he thought what this nlighlt mean, (loji.foeatelo he Ito 'o0inrv to, have et lit of illntloe, which we all knot is a very hldil. dol tticng for a poor an ro ith to family to care for. W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889

Publlc Notices. ELECTION on SELECTION? WHY SELECTION, OF COURSE, And the BEST SELECTION To be made in 1' it A IH i A N Is at T. W. WILSON'S HAT MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENT, 13 Chapel-st., Prahran, Where Evcry Conccivable Shape and Style is to be found. It is the LARGEST STOCK TO SELECT FIO( IN THE CITY. 110T11 COLONIAL AND IMPOIITED HAT S, CAPS, HELMETS, AND EVERY DESCRIPTIONof HEAD GEAR MADE TO ORDER, With the Greatest Punctuality S& Despatch. RENOVATING AND REPAIIS Will Receive Every Attention. DON'T FOIRGET THE ADDRESS 13 CHAPEL STREET, PIIAHRAN. - PF- AH-- AN .. . FANCY BAZAAR GIFT iDEPOT, " I 19 CIA EL' T E E T, Le.sons biven in i'aiuting, Fancy Work, and Vocal and Instrumental Music. MRS. C. V. MALESKY, Begs to notify having Oplened a New and Well"selected STOCK OF GOODS, Which, Having Ieein rrchaslm l at a discount,' She is prepared to Sell nt Greatly Reduced Prices. Call anil lIn pcct the Goods, Which include ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIMe IN STATIONERY! SCHOOL REQUISITES,...

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WORTH BEARING IN MIND. FORTUNES IN PRINTERS' INK. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889

WORTH BEARING IN MIND. ---~-4 FORTUNES IN PIINTI\TS' INK. Dol't expect nu aidvertlisement to bear fruit in one night. Iredl is the staff of human llfe, and advertislng is the stalt of busitnes. You can't cat enough in a week to last a year, and you Ian't advertise oin tht plan either. The enterprislng advertiser proves that he understandl how to buy, because In ad vertising he kniows how to sell. If you can anrouse curiosity by ani aslverl tisement, it Is a point guiued. The fair sex don't hold all the curiosity in the world. People iwho advertise ne onenly in three months forget, that must folks cannot re. member anything longer than three days. Quitting iadvertising lin dull times is like tearinlg out a dlatm because watecr in low. Either plan will prevent goal limes from coming. A consil?t dlipping will wiar a nik. Keep dropping your advertisements on the public, andl they will soon melt under it like rock salt. Enterprising people are beginning to learn the virtue of advertising...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889

FOOTBALL. The sixth annual meeting of the Waverly football (premier juniors of the district) club was held on Friday, 22nd March, in the Apicultural Hall, Mr. George Ferguson in the chair. The report and balance sheet having been read and adopted, the follow. ing office bearers were elected for the cnsuing season:-Patrons, Hen. 31. H. Davies, Hon. C. Hi. James, Joseph Harris, M.L.A., E. J. Dixon, 3I.L.A., Charles Bage, M.D., Cr. Fuller, the St. Kilda football club; president, Mr. G. Ferguson; vice presidents, Barclay Thomnso, 3M.D., Captain Donald, S. Willis, J. Turner, jun., N. 31. Ellis, W. Batters, F. Walsh, S. L. Chlap man ; committee, C. Harris, W. Holges, J. Fahey, S. Leigh, J. White, with secretary and captain; treasurer, W. Greening; hon. secretary, It. H. Speary. Prizes were pre. sentel to J. Kemp, (;. Matthews, A. Sit chell, W. Greening, S. Leigh and W. Soutar. A hearty vote of thanks was passel to the chairman. The following are the Marlton football fixtures, season 1889 ...

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POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 8th. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 10 April 1889

POLICE NEWS. PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, APRIL. 8th. Biefore Messrs. Sykes and Michell, J's.P. OFFENDItNG BICYCLISTS.-Chas. BasIett and H. J. Ogier were sumnmonled for riding their bicycles on the D)amdenong-road foot path. Bassett was fined les., and, owing to an informality, the summons against Ogier was struck out. AN INFANT WAIF.-A female child, two molnths old, was sent to the Industrial Schools on remand for a week. The poor little infant was left on the doorstep of a Mrs. Powell, a cabman's wife, residing in Cliff-street, South Tarme, by its heartless mother. INSULTING BEIHAVIOR.-Thos. Frender. berg was fined is, for this offence. AsSAULTIGo A WIFE.-A man named George Fiskin was charged with having un lawfully assaulted his wife. The latter did not wish to press the charge, and it was withdrawn. A OISTERnoUs SERVANT.-A servant girl named Sarah Latham was charged by her formers employer with breaking his windows. She was dismissed from her employment recently, and subsequently visi...

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