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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889

Drapers and Clothiers. 66, 68, and 70 'CHAPEL' STREET, PRAHRAN. BROWN, CORKE & CO. (LATE JOHN IPAlRY & CO.) DRAPERS, Mercers and Tailors. MILLINELRY AND DRESSUMAKiNG. B . (j. Co. intimate tlmt they have take" such measures as shall very greatly extend the business of their predecessors, and, re lying upon the judgment of a discerning publie, they intend making it the COMMERCIAL CENTRE the SOUTHERN SUBURBS. To achieve this desirable end, B. C. , Co. ecognise that there is bhut one way-to supply GENUINE GOODS At Strictly Moderate Prices, And pay the utmost attention tohe re quirements of their Customers, thus not only to COMMAND S6 'C RSS, --- -- but toe DESERVE IT.t T 1. C. & Co. will hlold a MONSTER SALE!II . Fon 14 DAYs ONLY,? Commencing This Day, when THE STOCK OF THE LATE FIRM WILL BE CLEARED Amounting to £16,000, g( AT ANY SACRIFICE. Visible Reductions IN EVERY LINE TIIROUGIIOUT TIlE HOUSE. BROWN, CORKE & CO., LATE JOHN PARRY 3. CO., Drapers, Merc...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889

Banking Institutions. E NATIONAL BANK OF AUS. TRALABIA. Capital Solscrih?d, £1,20,000. Pad-up, £1,000,000. BIserved Funds, £6070,000. en LiAbllty f Sho ?holdre , £1,500,000. prAIIRAN BRANCH Chlmol Street. TEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. iss5 ,l on 5,I10.0n Ireland, Sootl4.4, and the Bank'as Brwcllch and Ageicles throUgh II. R. ENGLAND, Manager. I NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. Colltal SllsPrill, £1,£1500,000. Rleserve tmdlnde7 .M0.0. mere Libhility of Shlareollhler, £1,500,00. ST. KILDA BRANCH. ner of Hibghstret and WYolli?tonnstreet. SRt 0 of Interest ,llowed on Money polited for BI-c'lw potls. U {ssnlll on England Irclalld, Scotlnd, and Banks Brallces nn? Agnleis throughout e world, GORDON II. DARE, Manuger. NATIONAl. BANK OF AUS ITRALASL%. O~,ital S,,bri, 1,00 250,,000. Bwescrled Fnds, .-"00,000. rentIAl.bility of Sharoholdcrs, £1,500,000. BALA CLAA BRANCH, Carlisle Street. NTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. sismlld mll Ellglalld, Ireland Scotland, end. alllk's B.ll 5 and Agoslmos throughou...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889

TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. This jmtrtol is palllellal oi l \nrednesdalll Saturday lnorninlcs, and luny ha obtained from a11l news rendomn. The enhscriptiou to ail IrurU' lwr esply-sauceu shillings trr noun,-nine so hillings lasted. To in nro thecir insertion, mid to Rdlnit of p'rolri P eb-ificxtliol, idrertisemcety shouald rncll thisa office by- six o'clock Iron. on Mondays mill Thurehnys. Slx'chd nllvertfecluent t receiv "'"toflue Il. rotoi Tnewllny o d FF nJit SahecriLclr who luny receirn the j per late, or irrctminrly, aire requested to nlotify llmanL thils omca inl order that the iamllrcnianro ay be remedied. Advertiicr r am reminded that all instruc lions referring to thle ývitlrdnwil of advertise. locals,, etc., Ilullt lw itt writing, n6 venial notices cannot be attended to. Letters and othear cmintunric lions intendedl for insertionl in the newsa colnulns should he nddroxxsed to Tile Edcitor. N~o notice call In tokenl of anonymous cent' la ldre lionsl. Every letter rallat ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889

Speclal Advertisements. Birth. CASIrTOs4.-On tIE Otlh March AnEdale read, Armadale, 11 ,,1feof Win. J.' T. Camptonn Marriage. CASEY-CUNINGIIAM.-On t1,. "ld Ap~ril. by the IbE. Dr. Torrance, at 5olsy Trlylly Clhurlh, Balnylam, CornClly C arn Coys, to Isahollo Counoll, daughtecr of the late u. r. tninghsn, of Bldehton. Deaths.. BRUCE.-On the 7th inst., st 1,1, y-sidons, 6 55gh-iss.oct .51, P551,5., Joseph Ssss, lho lovel hu.l.,, of Ilnrrilt alrEy, aged xl~ty. Dearly regrelted. EDAIRI.-On tI.6 t11th Inst., .t Dlilysy oro.y.illy, Pr.aisy.,tstro So.th Yyrm, Eleanor, tls l loyed wif ofIosst Ed5Aii, l 7 of Blangor, Co. Dyss. Imynsd, a.ged yixty.5y ys..s. 5yom. 1515.ers plea. Copy GSLIIERT,-On, t 5th inst., nt her late msi de5.., P5'ty.-s, South Ynrm,. M55gvytt.., sli.t of the Into \lVll.. Gill ct, I, s. etmy Ttyyoain, ngsl dyysstyolyght years. GOUG01.-On tlhe Gl, islrt.,st MStllrlhys.syh yiysst, St. Klla, A.. P's.,csc Gough, thL sy. loved mlother of F. Giough, Billnelnvn, and l.l dmothEr o...

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SCEPTICISM. Melbourne Daily Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889

SCEPTICISM. J.elbourtcw .1r)ily iTlegrayoh. Sceptieism is a de lorable thing, espe. cially when it leaves the mind on a stormy sea without anchor or hope of haven. It does not probably prevail ally more in these days than it did in the past, buot we hear more of it because of thie publicitygiven by tie secular press. Some minds are so con stitnted that they cannot accept anything without proof, and yet they do not neces sarilydemand that thie proof shall have the stlmp ol highest authority. They recog nise nerit for itself, and accept it gladly, knowing that eveataonl v it must gain gone. ltl recognition. The legal and medical professions, as well as the ecele-iastical,nre slow to adopt what may conflict with their notions of self-interest and right. New ideas are alllleot alwray ditourbing, but eventually they becooe aimnlilated, iand are warmly connnended. The case of trev. J. WVhcatley, a talented clertgyman of North Ipswrich, Queenslantd, Rtsggest Itcse obser vctiles. IIo got il...

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CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889

CONUNDRUMS. 1. low many young ladies would it take toreoach from Melbourne toMalvern ? 2. Whly are little birds very uoncomfort. able in the early morning, and why are they like many of our local rontld speculators? 3. What color was the receot hurricane at lSamoaol

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889

Drapers and Clothiers. SOUTH YARRA ELECTION TO THE ELECTOBS. R . T R E:N NG .OaV.,E:, Draper, . Oufltter, and Milliner, ' l Rncspectflly " SOLICITS YOUR INTEIIRESTS At tho I rthw;mai SALE OF DRAPERY, ETC. MR. TRENGOVE Wikes it to be known' dit i t1 in 1ad .upply tho avut ofllf l AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. ENLARGEMENT OF OPREMIbSESS INOLLASL OF BUSINESS THEW OLD STOCK MOSTU O "ThI old order hslgeth, ilding 51 to hl SPECIAL LINES SHEETINUS, LALICOES, SkLANKETS ' : :ýuw l:;,lt' · DRESS GOODS A SPECIALITY I MILLINERY IN THE LATEST STYLES. DRESSMAKING UNEQUALLED. Opening of New Premises at an Early Date. R. TRENGOVE 101 and 103. Chapel-street. BOUTH YAILRA. Public Notices. ELECTION Ol. S'ELECT.ION? WHY SELECTION, OF COURSE, . r!~?:,.m ti.he. , To .b made in P'.LT:'A IH It A T. W. WILSON'S HAT 'MANUFACTURING ESTAB L SIHENT, 13 Chapel-st., Prahran, Where Every Conceivable Shape and Style is to be found. It is the LARGEST STOCK TO' SEIECT lTtOM. iN TIlE CITY: BOTH COLONIAL AND ILI'ORITED HA...

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RIDDLE-ME-REE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889

RIDDLE-ME-REE. My tirst's in echo, but not in sound. My second's in earth, but not il mound. My third's in flute, but not in luirp. My fourth's in sole, but rnot in carp: My fifth's in table, but nlot tls chair. My whole should be treated with very great care.

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THE COUNCIL TABLE. PRAHRAN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889

THE COUNCIL TABLE. pRAIIRAN COUNCIL. BY LACO, ". . were sevemral ntters of interest There at the meeting of the Pmrhran on 0 Monday evenlng; but, unfortn. our civic fathers have a singular tion for loquacity, which is only lled by their extreme aversion to act ghtforwlly andl definitely. The "ommitteeo" ariaes simultaneously och masive intellect of tho'twelve a t'hict comprise the local Prlin nhenever any suhject of inmprtanco hn ,In trivial mattrsa the Prese ted to qito a plethora of bathoe whiCý the," rconling angoels lways.motT"careeful not toreport, foe it o that tley dCo nt wi.t-o Ger ther it is gibldiernd of greet ea f el ad eo is thus a ehairman. pa{. tle never loae his tempuriand over Swith the greatest impnrtiality. "A[ ughhe nayhbe deeply Intereietd, all ethose ryli hoknv, would conshler C-6ldcfctllY: neonreirne parly?. I aid back his woirhip:ns a diplomatist setaly man in Victoria.' :io, s" coirference isn )ecliarlYr genial subject to our legislators, and on nday evening ...

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WORTH BEARING IN MIND. FORTUNES IN PRINTERS' INK. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889

WORTH BEARING IN MIND. FORTUNES IN PRINTERS' INK. Donlt expect an advertiselmert to bear fruit in one night. . Itreadlis the staff of Il'uctun life, anll ndvertising is the staff of business. You can't cat enough in a week to last a year, and you can't advertise on that plan either. The elterrin'cing alivdrtiser-proves that he nlderstands how to buy, because in ad vertising he knows how to sell. If you can art noe curioity by anll aver ticsment, it is a point gaiced. The fair etx don't hold all the curiosity in tlhe world. leople who advertise once only inl three montths forget that most folks etttllt re mtmlainh nyttthiig lonetr than three day. Quitting advertising inl dull timesl is like tearing out a dam bhecause water is low. Either plan will prevent good ticnee from coming. A coutant droplping will wear eaock. Keenl dropping your advertisements oil tlle public, and they will soon melt under it like rock salt. Enterprising people are beginning to learn tile virtue of advertising...

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HE DOESN'T TAKE THE HINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889

HE DOESN'T TAKE THE HINT. Mr. George Coppin the genial and good MI.L.A., has resigned his position as a mem ber of the Centndl Board of Health, being of opinion that having ceased to be a member of Parliament, he should give place to one who is an M.L.A. The prin ciple is good, and the resignation should be formally accepted, but George should at once be re-lected by virtue of his abilities and integrity. On the other hand, if the broad hint is not taken by the interloper, Dr. lose, sonme means should be used to quarantine that individual. The clectors of North Melbourne don't want him, neither do the people of Victoria, in any capacity.

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SINGLE ACROSTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889

BINGLE ACROOTI.. The initial read downwards forma the name of a well-known river. 1. A town in Spain. 2. Another word for sincere. 3. A town in Austria. 4. A department of France. 5. A celebrated public school.

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MOVIN' ON. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889

MOVIN' ON. Miss Sarah Brcnnan, dlaughtcrof a New castle policeman, has obtained a B.A. degree at the Sydney University. This ia "movin' on" in the best scese of the term.

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PUZZLER'S CROSS. UPPER DIAMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889

1'UZZbERe' CROs8. UPPER DIAMOND. 1. A letter. 2. A step. --3.-Jerks.-. l . 'LNot' genal or.uiversoal ? Ladies. dloaks of ilk or velvet. :. -. Appeared. 7. A nutritious substance. 8. A young man. 9. A letter. LOWER DIAMOND. 1. A letter. 2. A prefix. 3. A mark which shows that something omitted in the line is interlined above it. 4. More succes ful. 5. A harpooner. 6. Controlling. 7. A certain period in one's life. 8. An abbreviation for regular. 9. Aletter. RIGHIT DIAMOND. I. A letter. 2. Asort of East Indian vetch. 3. Bribes. 4. Exerciscm authority over. 5. A plant. 6. A choir desk in churches . .7. BeDriangles. 8. To trespass. 9. A letter. LEFT DIAMOND: 1. A letter. 2. A prefix. 3. Adjourns. 4. To relate wrongly. . . 8i. Record. i. A prolihetess. 7. To ct , , ; .. 8. A French article. . 9. A letter. CENTRAL sQUARE. I. To furnish with new adornment. 2. A pupil. 3. A Scriptnmlword. 4. To escape. 5. A giggle.

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SCHOOL ATTENDANCES AT ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889

SCHOOL ATTENDANCES AT ST. KILDA. The average attendance at the Brightonu road school, No. 1,179, during last month, was-boys, 500; girls, 481 ; total, 981. At the Park school, No. 2-IfOl, the average at. teendances was--boys, 239; girls, 198; total, 437.

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AN ENIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889

AN ENIGMA. Two brothers wisely kept apart, Together ne'er employed ; Though to no purpose we are bent, Each takes a different side; We travel much, yet pris'ners are, And close confined to boot; Can with the swiftest horse keep pace, Yet always go on foot.

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A SMILE FOR ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889

A SMILE FOR ST. KILDA. The following from the .\rwealth Morn. ing Jeraold :-'"Ldies why suffeor Mw. IIarle cores any diseasc; chronic cases a speciality." Our St. Kilhh readeri will smole such a smile when they read this item. THE INSINUATIONS alld verbal charge made indiscriminately from time to time by Messrs. E. J. Dixon, M.L.A., W. Davies (his secretary), and members of the elec tion committee, has now, we are glad to say, nssumed a tangible shape, and can be dealt with upon its merits by the council. We hope and believe there will be a fall and impartial investigation into the whole matter, but while it is csut judire, we will, of course, refrain from comments on the qucstions at issuc. THIE ST. IKILDA BOARDL OF ADVICE held friendly discussion on various matters on Monday evening, chief anmongst which was the recent election campaign. Whilst several members were in sympathy with the energetic correspondent of the board, Mr. Frcdk. Tullett, in regard to his defeat, the unanimous...

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DIAMOND PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889

DIAMOND PUZZLE. 1. A vowcl. 2. A small insect. 3. Used in lighting fires. 4. Often seen in this journal. i. A boy's name. ti. Used after furniture sales. 7. A eonsonant.

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ST. KILDA'S M.L.A. MR. GEO. TURNER ENTERTAINS HIS COMMITTEE. He came, he saw, he conquered! [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889

ST. KILDA'S M.L.A. 1MR. GEO. TURNER ENTERTAINS HIS COMMITTEE. He core, he s3a, Ihomnquercdl About 100' gentlemen, comprising 'the colmmittee, friendl, and supportcrs of Mr. George Tunmer, M.L.A., aosembled at Lin ton's auction rooms, HIigh-street, at the hou. geltleman's invitation, on Tuesday evening, to take. part in a "thanktsgiving service." The large room was nicely de corated with flags, and the walls were be. spangled with George Vale Linton's auetion posters. Around the floor of the room were arranged numerous small r?fi tables and lounges. Mr. J. P. George provided the furnishings. The catering, which con sisteri of "hanl stuff" and "soft stuff," ham sandwiches, and other edibles, was in the experiiedcd hoads of Mr. I'. Guerin, of thie ay View hotel. Mr. J. A. Jickells made a very efficient master of ceremonies with his-" Gentlemen, your kind and polite attention for the ucet rong." Tile Instrumental music was provided by Messrs. II. T. Robertson (picolo and flute); Thos. M...

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OUR SUBURBAN TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889

OUR SUBURBAN TELE PHONE. it. White's bootshop, Chapel street, ilcase; is Mr. Brooks, hon. secretary to the Nat Hallos memorial committee, there 1 Yes. How arc you getting on with the musi eel performanco to take place in the Vic toria Gardens on Easter Sunday I Mr. Brlooks--Grand, thank you; we hves got together a hand of 70 performers; nine of the old Hallas bond are coming from Sandhurst; and six from the South Austin lian military band- ..... Good music, ch I Mr. B.-It will be the gmndest musical treat ever held in Prmhran. We' have the patronage of the Speaker and the members for t1r1 ir iet,Tla the`oci lb"ilr" brigades will take up the collection. -Is there going to be any proessional dis-t Mr.B:.2.lbatlcerl' Tie'band will start at 3. oclock,_and march in..procession _up Ohapel-steeet; I obtained pcermission from the mayor for this; I aml now negotiating with the Melbourne city council to see if we can armnrge e procession down Bourle street. BGood shot, old man; and what about...

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