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OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. 'V'fl1 EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. Coltintot not onlp tho orno.olds of your mind, tot the ptooos.. gounod. olso.-Wtohnhti. Pusat.08 avxanr in tSturdaty's edition and tho answersa in I e loelnosdy'. A Ptttt-a hlyd's bond-tog, valued at tills. illt to gioto to iho gttl who .onde the giretost number of correct nuawcra from 5th January to 30th Jno, and anotlhe--a wriiting disk, tilid at .t l,.-tol the otoy who onds the giotit numtii of toswois firom 5th Jatary to 90th Juno. Thi namecs. will be published, and sompetitors are reoqusted to keep a liit as olseok aguinst orrore on our part. Astiors most rsouh thi Editor byO p.m. on Msondys. Wo'looll bo obiged ootfdiooupatooita sendlng inew, ptonieshwll kpi dly attach-th answers so. Is notouccessany for conundrumss to ho orlginl, ob· thouagh we1 prefer then .o.
THE ALFRED HOSPITAL BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
THE ALFRED HOSPITAL BENEFIT. The Pmhmrn BuffIloea' charitable enter. tainment for the benefit of the Alfred lHospital, which take place on Wednesday evening next, in the 'Prahrau Town-hnll will undoubtedly be n great success. The programme comprises a great number, of talented profea.ionls anod leadling mateurs, and the list of patrons Is lengthy liml in. flueutial. The Malvern brass lnnd, and City of Prahl n drum and fife b?ld, will nal perform, and we are rquested by the hon. general manager (Mr. (i. A. Coleman) to slate that the performers will all posltively appear, and this gcntleman along with the hon. see. (t1r. Warwick llradshaw)are work. ill hard to secure I great succes. We advise that ticketl be purchased without delay, as it is anticipated that on Wednes. lay eeeningnext, thle Pt'hran Town-hall, will be crowded to thle doors.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
TIRAMWAY ACCIDENT. On Saturdnay night lanst a lady was stepping from a tram car in Chapel-street, when by some mepnus or other she lost her footingl nod aas thrown violently to'the grounl:l She receivdl a severe shalking,'amlI was aseistal into the I'LA.OT?Esl TRA BAZAAR, 122 Chapel-streel, Idlmnan, where she received great kinlneo. A cup of tea wan male by the nlew lalnlangers tnll gvetn othe lady, who, nfter she had drmnllkh it, declarnd rihe felt refreshed tln proceeded ton her home. We now lihd that this hldy SI recoenolllll lng our 'ure Tea to all her friends. Note the priclesndladdress. Is ld, In ld, Is td, 24, 2s lid. PL',ATEntS 'tA BAZAAR, 122 Chapel-street, 1 doors from High-street. Where she received great hlroeitality. Thle new manngern made the lldlyn a cull of tea fromn t heir ls d.--[ADVT.1 VOTERS, IIIEAD THIS. At a political meeting the other evening tile candidate was being qnestioned-liont o:n one nubject, then on another. All of i ?duln a ladly asked hint to nsuptp...
DON'T SHIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
DON'T SIIVEIIR. Iluy i ' go aarmiag slone at Johha ahnks and ions, 42 (only) iouorkeiotrcct west, no tiouble, no dirt, warnmlh aldercontrol. HloalloaUy'ja I'illf.-Chalge, of weather f?caqoetly alupet t,?Ous o thrte inord cnarful of their heialth, aol Ilaarticular ill their lict. Thleoiorruective,p arifying, nlt geotlc laprieat V'illstire tihe hest remedy for all ldefective noction of tiu ldigestaive oigala. They,, gaaglreu :,thein: appetite, ctanuagtheln tlo alletolch, correct biliousaacn., anl carry off all that is nlloxious fro thu systemn. Iolloway's I'ills are coanposlal of rare balsams, unnmixed with baser mnatter, and on that account ar penculiarly trell adl?tedlal for the youngl, ldelicate, anl agead. ,hs thin paerlcssooIholaao has gaaloi fhaaoe Il the least, so will it preserve it in the flture by its renavating andlll vigorating oualities ald by the imhlpoibility of its
The Future Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
The Future Life. How shall I know thee In the sphere which keeps The disembodieod spirits of the dead, When all of thee that time can wither sleeps, And perishes among the dust we tread I For I shall feel the sting of ceaseless pain If there I meet thy gentle presence not, Nor hear the voice I love nor read again In thy sercnest eyes the tender thought, Will not thy own meek heart demand me theoren- That heart whose fondest throbs to me were given My name on earth was ever in thy prayer, And wilt thou never utter it in Heaven i In meadows fanned by Heaven's life-breath to.ingwind, ' 'In ti resplendeneo of that glorious sphere, And larger movements of the unfettered mind Wilt thou forget' the love that joins no here The love that lived through all the stormy past, And meekly with my harsher nature bore, And deeper grew, anrl tenderer to the lost PShall it expire with life and be no more A happier lot than mine and larger light Await thee there; for thou Iast bowed thy will In cheerfu...
STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
STAMP DUTIES. -4- A Id. stalp is sullicient for all chequee, no matter what tile amfount drawn may bec; buti ill the ese of bills of exchange and p omiioory notes, the duties are to be regu lated according to tile value of tile dlocu ment, as follows : Not exceeding £25 ... ... 6d. Exceeding £25, and nrot rxceed ing £50 ... ... ... ls. Exceeding £50, and lnot exceed. ing £75 ... ... Is. Gd. Exceeding £75, and not exceed. ing £100 ... ... .. s. Where it exceeds £100 the fee will then be calculated at the rate of lI. for every £50 above thalt amount, or fractional part of £50. It is at mistaken notion that ia tint tore ill an eligible location, surrounded by attrae. tive signs is a superior advertisemente ; for the experience of nmost enterprising ler lucunts is that it pays better to spend les. in rent and more in advertising.
GOOD TEMPLARY AT OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
GOOD TEMI'LARTY AT OAKLEIGH. Sir,--In answer to your correspondent of March 20th, signing himself "Boozcr," 1, as chief of the lodge which he vilifies, think that he must have been drinking too much of that commodity that makes boozer:, called beer, or else he could not have made public such unreliable state mcnts with reference to the platform he lays down. I challenge him to conme for ward and name those in the lodge that he accuses, so that we can expel them from? up till now, our pure order. We also demand anl apology, anlld, whleno h again gets "boozed" (although we believe he is a Ilehabite), I woahl advise him to hold his wagging tongue. I am, Sir, youtu obediently, on behalf of the Oakleigh Lodge of Good Templars, JAs. SANDERSON, Chief Templar. Oakleigih. [We have been compelled to excise cer tain portions of this letter. The cause of G ood Templary is not benelited by the use of such worls as " liar," " distempered dog," and other like expressions, which are elimi nated in ...
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE LATE MR. GEORGE HOLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. THE LATE MR. GEOIGE HOLE. Sir,?l was glad to observe a paragraph in your Saturday's issue giving a denial to the statement that poor George Hole was intoxicated when he met with the fatal accident on election night. There are at least half-a-dozei leading Pmrahran citizens, including his .Worship the Mayor, who would make a statutory declaration to the elfect that deceased was perfectly sober, if that were necessary. I have, as an old resident of l'rahrn, known deceased for many yeanrs. He was born at Tavistock, Devonshire, England, on March 8th, 1817, and arrived in this colony about 18t0. Coming to 'rahran in tile first place, he removed to North Melbourne for a few years, but finally settled down in lendigo street, Prahran, about 2 years ago, where lie resided up to the time of his death. )ecased was a wool-comber by trade. He has left a widow with one daughter, and by his dathl one of the old landmarks of Porh ran has been removed from our midst. I am, etc...
THE ST. KILDA BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
THE ST. KILDA BOARD OF ADVICE. Messrs. G. Connibere (chairman), J. 0. Prescott, G. A. Williams, J. AI. Yellhad, C. IV. Connibere and Jas. Hartley, mmblers of the St. Kilda board of advice, met on Monday night and transacted the ordinary business for the month, there being nothing of any interest to note. On the motion of Mr. Connlbero, seconded by Mr. Yellaud, it was resolved to request the Education de partment to abate the nuisance at the Brighton.rold school by having the grounds levelled and drained. This is no urgent work, and it is intended, should the depart mlent not accede to the request, to have a deputation to wait upon the Minister of Education, with a view to having the necessary work effected. As the balance sheets, etc., in regard to the recent picnic were not quito ready, the matter will be discusscd at the neat meeting. It was pointed out, however, that a good balaunce in hand would result after paying all en. 12ýe.
HIS REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
HIS REPLY. Star of my love, thou art most dear . In all the world to me, To my fond heart, who knows how near, ly love, I love but thee. Though the wild tempest fiercely blow And moans the surging sea, My soul is stormless, for I know That I'm loved by thee. How blest to feel that One above eeps watch o'er thee anLd me ; And sweet it is to know, my love, That all is well with thee. God spare us lass, and haste the time When you and I shall be Joined hand in hand, by rite Divine, MIy life at one with thee. Yet now farewell; this tress of hair Thy gift, I greet my owe, is it a dream say thou art there, And I no more alone. ST. LEGER. teanltet.
HER LETTER TO HER SAILOR LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
IIEl1 LETTERI TO IIEt SAILOR LOVE. My own beloved, the day is long, The night comes lone and drcar, And sad the music of my song Since thou no more art here. Thought drifts to thee, my darling one, Aecross the distant sea ; Whilst wonder riseth, art thou lone, Forlorn, and lost like me 1 When stormy winds blow loud and strong, And moans the mighty sean, My poor heart bleeds in sorrow long With anxious care for thee. 'Tis tlen to God I bend in prayer To calm the waves and storm ; To bring you to a haven fair, And save my love from harm. Speed on thy way, my own sweet one And haste thee nlck to me; For 1 shlll be but sad and lone Till life is shared with thee.
ALLEGED ROLL-STUFFING AT PRAHRAN. CHARGES AGAINST MESSRS. ELY, DICK, AND RIDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
ALLEGED ROLL-STUFFING AT PRAHRAN. OHARGES AGAINST MESSRS. ELY, DICK, AND RIDER. The followingletter was read at the Peth ran council meeting on Monday night : 116 Chapel-stroet, Pmhrm~i, April 8th 16a. To the Mayor and Councillors, City of Prahran. Gontlemon.-I am directed to make a complaint oaginst three of the city of Premhrn ofmcers Mcasrs. Ely, Dick, andRider. The circumstanues are a follows:-Aheut a week mrevious to noerin ntion day, Mr. Dixon's committee uont their ecrletary t tryndget some nameu of mtepayers put on the electoral roml. These had been lpying their rates for 15 months and upwards. Mr. Ely, who is the omcer appointed to compile the roll, stated in answer to the appliation that no ipen on could he put on the electoral roll unless his me had appeared on the municil r ll, BO? lieving this to e correct the iuper containing the names of the' personas cllming to be put on the roll was tomr up, hat, to the astonishment of Mr. Dixon's mmmittee, the day before the nomin ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
Special .Advertisements. PRINTING of Every Description execated in a Ssulrior style on thle Shortest Notice, at the Ofice of this paper. M USIC .atd SINGING CLASS it held every Wednesday, at 11 Atnn-stv-et, Windsor, at 8 P.m. Tercsatoderate. M ACHINISTS WANTED for boys suits. In J door or out. J. A. Roabrtsond Co., 155 High.streot, St. Kidn. Also apprentices anl nn TAMES ANDREWS, SuIdle, IHanriest ian Collar Maker, 2!- High.btreet, St. Kilda, op posite Post-office. Rlnr of every description neatly and promptly executedl. C SUCKLING, Copper and Oven S Maker, and SGenerm Blacksmith, Chapel.stret, South Yarr (neit 'UIs Stablet. OtEi. KitchUen langc and sery description of Iron Work made .lld repired. Irot Shutters a specialty. r-IHOBAS MORANT, Piauoforto Tuner and Newt Aoetncyt, Biltclaitt ; tnd Mr. i. W. KSinn's, t"in t t'r. Late M Imber of Mtusicl Jury, Mclbourno Exhibition. rIMPOUNDED at ST. KILDA POUND, March 20,18R:- Ouo dark.trown or txty HORSE, branded like I or J neir shouldcr,...
ASKING THE WOMEN IF THEY ARE SAVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
ASKING THE WOMEN IF THEY ARE SAVED. A " resident of Jolhn-street " (Windsor), writes :--There is a person knocking about this street, calling himself a "city mission ary " and asking the wooen of each house ho takes care not to call when the men may be home-if they are avecd nand "do tley know that they are sinners I and "do they go to church 1" We shall soon be having men going and asking, "have you paid your rent " are you in debt 1 "what is your husband's income " etc. I say "outon sauch busy bodies I
PROPOSED PRAHRAN ARCADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
PROPOSED PRAHRAN ARCADE. Tenders are now being called for a Pralmon Arcade, to be erected in Chapel-' street. The facade to Chapel-street will be three stories high, the style of ar chitecture being Italian Rlennaisuce, richly decorated; and there are to be two balconies, a mansard roof and towers. The extent of the building will be GG feet by 335 feet. The basement will be partly taken up with cellars, and the ground floor will consist principally of shops facing Chapel-street, and the arcade. There will be public entrances from Chapel-street to the upper portion of tile arcade, and in the arcade are two staircases lenading to Turkish baths and assembly hall respec tively. The arcade will be 22 feet wide, extending to the full depth of tile ground, and having an exit into Arcade-street on the right hand side. It will be roofed in with glass, and tile interior will be elegantly designed. When completed it is intended to let these shops to tenants carry ing on separate businesses, an...
THE WINDSOR FIRE BRIGADE. INSPECTION OF THE STATION BY THE CITY FATHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 April 1889
THE WINDSOR FIRE BRIGADE. -4---- INSPECTION OF THE STATION BY THE CITY FATHEIIS. A number of Prmran councillors, hcaded by the mayor, paid a visit of inspection to the Wilndsor fire brigade station, at the invitation of the officers in charge, on Thurday evening. The mayor and his brother councillors-Crs. Beatty, Fuller, O'Donnell and Wighton, accompaniedl by the city surveyor and Mr. Hinde, our popular assistant town clerk, were received at the station by Captain Merriott, 3Mr. J. Becker, hon. superintendent, and the members of the brigade, consisting of T. Smith, foreman, J. Finnin, assistant-fore man, and firemen J. Davis, W. lBaker, E. Dangers, J. Hodge, J. Stephcns, J. E. Baker, and D. Smith. A close examination of the brigade's apparatus and premises was made by the visitors, who were greatly pleased at finding everything connected with the administration of the brigade in an oemi neatly satisfactory condition. Both otilcers and men were in full dress uniform, and for physique...