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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

Drapers and Clothiers. 1:66 . 68, and 70 CHAPEL STREET;: PRAHRAN. o ,* ?C9?U!? i ,:?' *e*J :DRAPERS, ' . Mercers and Tailors. :. -. : ? .: . ,: - ,:,',, - ~.. . . . , " tI· .. 1 1. a' . I 0.ILLINht [R f UAI DIihS0LtKING."." B1. C. , i\ti t thattleyhtire . ki such 'nicasn;s as shall 'very gretlyj oll the business of their predecessoi?sO?l, tind lying 1l,ou the jtll'niotin of e r r public, they intendl niking it theo' ConMr O LE.AL c$];NUItE SOUTItEIIN- SUBUIfLI,;'i r......... , , {i: 7ii777?i77:{. : T.o achieve t sirth eon Ii C Cu. ecogniev til1 therlc is uht one -o.-Jlo GENUINE' GOODS :. - ,t Strictly' - ", - Moderat e"ie ces, :0". Ahl pIay the utieost tticntion,, to.tloý,e quirement: of their Custoine??rthls ot eo L 0 1 w- .tAN BUClO IE S.S h ,: ".f . .0 i:: 00 l f, a f j AC, kt 9 .9 MON7 SfR' S AL E1ito _ý ns. Fon I . DAYS ONLY, Coriiieicing This Day! TIE STOCK OF-THE LATEI')II .;WILL, BE CLEARED 4 ' Amounting to:?16"(000, "-?. ,y. ; TT lkY SACRIFICE. Visible Reductions IN EVERY L...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

Banking Institutions... . r. 00 NATIONA10 P NK OF AUG. Cnpit0nl 8nlmcrtlo1, £1,250,000. Fidol£ , £1,000,000. Reserved FndsG, £670,000.' serveo .inoility of 0 nroholdooo. £1,:00,000. FOAIIRAN IOIANCII CLoopo 60,ool. NTEBEST AoLLOWED ON DEPOSITS. ,Is ooso1,d on Enund. Irlmld, ,cotln , ,nnd t h0o lk's Roo, ,00s, an A01001ioo th1000016 the WoId. 11 10 ENG0LAND,01000000r. ID NATIONAL. BANK OF AUOSTROALASIA. Cnpitnl Sao0001. s1,61,".0,000 Poaorr 61,000,000.m.: .sErve Liabiity of Shnooolold6O6, £1,500,000. ST. KILDOA BIRANCH. ,rust of Bigh alrceq ?aý Wcllllngtpn-atreot. rent Rates of Interest allowed 'on I1oney' jh£silnl t00 106t 5 Aeri ts. RI lolleoo6sUi le noo n,1 A00 s througloot GOR0DON 11. DARE, 11,opgor. 00 NATIONAL IOANK OF. AU. TOIAIAIA. CoplboI1 Slocriol,, £1,2500,000. Resl o'.ed £1",00,000. foooaldli ol S .nr£hold070, 00 ,50.,000 BALACLAVA IRANCH, Corlislo Stroot. 000000 ALLOWED 0N DEPOSITS. G 0,01066 E,6glnud Irmlela ScotIand, and Ranok'oso0660I6o and AgoocIoothroughout 2O RO110...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. 1 --t- • This ?oulnll ip iuhlish-l on Wednesdayanml SalttlIrty monings aumd umy be obtlincd fom .ll news vendors. , The subscriptiou ls one penmy dl r copy-seven shillings leer lnnl -nilln shlllings postel. To insure their insertion, and to admit of prolnr ehnssifation, cnlvertis'cmentn shouldrnch this otleeh y sir o'clock l.m. on 1TOlad yes nau Thursdays. Splcial advertis id llts reeived uip to five l.n on TIIes< e nuq al idays. Subscribers who may receive tlheraper late, or irrgltlrly, ara rcmglcsteal to notify g rnt this officein order thatt the inconvulence mny be remedied. Advertisers rar renlinded that all instruc tiolns referring to the withdrwl of advertise. ments, etc., nlllst 1e in writing, is verl ntlotices wnot be attended to. Leltcr rand other rOulununllniations intended for hlsertion in the news cohunnns shoul be addss-l to The Editor. . ao notice cau be t1akcn of naolnlon ln eOll nuuic t ions. Every letter mlst be Reeo l?muted ...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

Births. LUCAS.-On the 9th inst., at Dolburg, Moore "house ntrel, Malveru, the wife of E. W. Luam of a so. SPOWERS.--On the Gtll inst., at Toork-ronad, South Yram, the wlfof' W. G. L. Spowervn a daughter. Marrlages , - -. jAMFIELD-CROUCH.-On thio' 2nd illnst.,at St. POul't Pro.CathtLlml, by tlthe ev. Stney '* Dilt.tgstttet, Sotlth Yaorn.' . . WOpODsASON-ttLLUTT.--On the 1th April, 1tO, by special licence, nt St. George's Church, Olenforric-road, Nlvern. , by thq Bay. H. Kelly, George William, eldest Bon ot -William Wol. .n!aol, Esq., Mntlyern,. to, Julla Ada, eldest s tirviilg daughter of the t Wllial Allbutt, i IS -, by peial licencc, at the residence o the brkile' 4 nt, Deanbigh, onork Vi., GluMerrio Sroad, Md v , b, Sob toote tV. WP. tWells, Wes loyan mitister, IUwthorn, Wilham Janos, second wn of ,Villiam W?a~ lano , Esq. Mal rern, to Julne Elinlbkth Ma1rgnraton1 lasughtor Sof Edward Bell, Eir. Death. tghth e 'rs.

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE LADIES' COLUMN. AFTERNOON-TEA GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

THE LADIES' CLUMN AFTERNOON.TEA G0SSP BY ELLA. A type-writing instructorr lha vented in England by a plIs Clhapd' is a card of ten inches by ne fad-slmllo of the key.boarld aed tioris for the lingers Abero e c letters with the number of thi? fnger placed under each one. - %m only 2 .fd. P , -:Tho ring that superstitiou aslye1 fatal? n fiunce ove tae tRoyna r"o oe Spain is, by order of the Queeu-regen l, suspended from the neck of tele Pln Saint of Madrid, the Maid of dcna. It is certainly curious tlt the t wife of the late King, his grandmother s istr r on?r l?, toeachofi)a lotera.9 lead Alior seclf,who last wore It, also livel blutalr while after it became once more property. .*) to aet nas bet men at wedding. A curious cristom irevails at O Bine Leadville, where no wonman isallowed ter, as, wereitotherwise, every niner' strike, as, strangely enough, an ^i his taken place every time such a ojt has ieen admitted, and the menbeliec two have connection with one another. A Spanish Marc...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

CONoNDIU2s8. i. How many young ladies wotild it take toreach from Melbourne toMalvern 2. Why are little birds very uncomfort. able in the early tmorniug,nand why are they like many of our local lntd speculators? 3. What color was the recent hurricanue at Samoal ANSWIcts- 1. 8Ix, because a mrie Is nasgoodasamile. 2. lecanse theii little bills an: all over tIew (over-due). 3. The storm ro.e and the wind blue. F. Curlewis, Itob-street, St. Kilda, alwerrs the Enigma and Conundrum No. 1. F. Parhel aiIswoer Riddle.dme-ree, and Single \clhAetic. J. IMorgan, South Yl?rrn, unwlrols ConIn. drum No. I. II. Walker, laekington.street, answers E r ulgoa. It. Uillespoe, Scotch College t. Kilda, nlu?\ore te Irnligsla, "iddle-me.re, Conun. drums luN s o 1 d it. on our laet Wedne,. day's i*ne we onmttred tN o state that it. tOItlep nIlnswcre.d the Ibluare Correctly. We hlave reoolv? a large number of aoeell, almeot wlsutleeotly lear the mark Io be torreet. lHalf-auf?aen have given "Allaogrm" Inete.td...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

TIA3MWAY ACUIDIt N'I'. On iSalturdoy night last r t lady was !stepoing from it atIn tar it Clhapol.stt'eet, 1tih? Iby sonme rmeans o or other she lot. her footing, and wals thrown violetly to tihe groumt t Slh rvseio |io a corer, .hatin tl, and \noo anoited into tied l'IAo tnI'II S 'IoA IAZAAn, 122 Chapol-street, tProlllmn, where she received great kindness. A co?l of tea ins marle by the Inew manatgers ald given to tle laly, whto, after hte had dranlkt it, ddeLalrol she felt refrnlnlt and proctCded to her ionre. We noa filul that lthis lady is reottnettli ttllit ollr 'ttre T'la to :1t1 Ileo friendo.sl. Note tiOe pll'vys ltllt lldldreo. to Id, t1s td, 1s 81, _2, 2K8 id. Pl't.A tlteS 'TIIA IIAZAAIt, 122 Chapel-street, .I doomx ftot t{igh-street. Wthere shte receved great hospitality. Tohe toew mattatgel'?nt e theo aodlya cottuo t frott their Ih t,.-[AlO'r.] A REMAIRKABIRE CASE. Under thoe cloc bedin ttho Dontocter lclrtelr, of July fth, 1807, ptbtiiahrL tOie following in its edttorot...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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DIAMOND PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

DIAMOND PUZZLE; 2. Asmallinsect " 3. Used in lighting fire. . 4. OftI?ncaen in this journal. 5. A boy's mirn'e. c. Used after ftrnitoro.nalea, 7. A consonant. " ' ANT < S" T IOK . ENIGMAS · ' ' . . . .

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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DON'T SHIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

DON'T SI~I~JIVE liuy a geas warming stovl e at Johnl Uanklhi and Sons, 9_~ (onlyJ) Qoutiwiestrect went, a roubrle, no rirt, rnrtth uklercontrol.

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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SINGLE ACROSTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

SINGLE ACROSTIC. The initial read downwarnls form the name of a well-known river. 1. A town in Spain. 2. Alnother wor ford for sincere. 3. A town in Austria. 4. A dcpartment of France. 5. A celebrated public school. 1. iaragtosA". 2. Earnest. 4. Nord. , 5. E ton.-SEINE. Ii

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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

USEFUL HINTS. Buy your cheque-books with the stumps impressed. Never sign anything without looking first to see if it be properly stamped. Remember, the first person who executes any instrument Is responsible for allixiug and cancelling the stamp. Do not forget thatthe date, as well as the initials or signature, must be written on the stamp. Hoave all your printed receipts stau?ipit ready for use. Letters acknowledging payment of any sum of £5 or over by draft or cheque must pay duty. Penalties may be recovered summarily before two justices, and the Miinister may allow a portion of the amount to go to an informer. Look carefully at your deels. Olne eror may invalidate an important tmlsaction. If several considemrtions are exprcved in one document, you must pay on eachl separately. Do not let bills run too long : keep them under £0.

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RIDDLE-ME-REE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

RIDnDLE-MEREE. My ILioL's In echo, but not inteound. My second's l earth, but not In mound. My tlhirdnl's in flotobt oot in hnrp. Myfourth's hI sole, but not in carp. My fth'a hi table, butnot in chair. y "hole should be treate with very great care. AOHSTn-.. O HEST.

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AN ENIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

Two brothers wisely kept apart, ; Together nc'cer employed ; Though to no purpose we are bent, Each takes a different side ; We travel much,'yet pris'ners aTe, And close confined to boht I Can with the sni f ho ose keep pace, Yet algaeq4g gono foot. A PAIR OF SPURS.

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MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS AT ST. KILDA. RESIGNATION OF CR. RICHARDSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

MIUNICIPAL AFFAIRS AT ST. KILDA. IRESIGNATION OF QRf.RICHARDSON. On Mlonda'eveninlg the St. Kilda coun cil reccived a'l~tter from' Cr. Richardson, anclosing that.gcatlcman'o reysigation no a mnicmbt o[nthc nraun s cou!locl. The co muenicutionran as followu: I- : - COU CILtLOt or So. KOP.A Uentlmino--I beKg to plac in yoo loand my oaigtlonu of ultoposltiou 'o coucllor tor th. 0,est waon ol th, 0t0o0h of St. Kildal. I rogret to have to taho thio atop, but partly health anl tortlyi boiUlo will neoosltotoo my taoeoeo brom Victoria (or a ofew molthl, o u I tool it woull not o foair to-you oacoullors, or to tho rmotojeet :. the west word to Dek or leavy, 0tn bh1eo i oay montiou thnt durl.tot t tero otol.ce I haw Ottooended 1o cq0otil MaB comuiteeo motlotBs. h«iu?do numberof deputotlon., hc., ond Ihoo -lwayo eodeaoreod, to the bost of my ablity. to forthor'tho lnterets of 8t. KOldo, nlod ano t, to hno that durilg the poat two toar 72 now buobis hate loon olddtd to ttoe hooolg, and groot rm...

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PRESENTATION TO CR. TURNER, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

PRESENTATION TO CR.TURNER, M.L.A. An illuminated address was presented to Cr. George Turner at the meeting of the St. Wilda council on Monday evening by the mayor, on behalf of the council, in recogntmon or 10 services to morraoeayert during his term of' ofice as' mayor of the borough. Thide addriss, which was enclosed in a large and beautifully designed frame, read as follows :-" At a meeting of tile Council of the Borough of 'Bt. Kilda held in the Town-nall," on the '13th day of August, 1888, it was unanimously, resolved -That a hearty and cordial vote of thanks be-and the same is hereby-accoded to the retiring mayor, Cr. Turner. J.P., for the very efficient and courteous manner in which he discharged the important and difficult duties of tlhe mayoralty during his term of office, which had been one of more than ordinary anxiety; and also for the satisfactory and able matner in whichl he discharged the duties devolving upon him as chairman of the bench during his tenure of ofce." T...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PUZZLER'S CROSS. UPPER DIAMOND. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

PUzzatER's CeasS. UPPER DIAMOND. 1. A letter. T' l i iM 5. Ladies' cloaks of slkor velvet. 6. Appeared. 7. A nutritious substance. -,. 8. A young man. 9.A letter.. .... . LOWER DIAMOND.';,. 1. A letter. 2. A prefix. :. A mark which showss that something omitted in the line is interlined above it. 4. More successful. 5. A harpooner. 6. Controlling. 7. A certain period in one's life. 8. An hbbreviation for regular., 9. A letter. S RIGHT DIAMOND. 1. A letter. 2. Asort of East Indian vetch. 3. Bribes. 4. Exercises authority over. 5. A plant. 6. A choir desk in chuches. 7. Bespangles. 8. To trspass. i. A letter.. LEIT DIAMOND . 1. A letter. 2. A prefix. 3. Adjourns. 4. To relate wrongly.?:' tRecord. I. A sproplrtoess.., 7. To cut. 8. A French article. I. A letter.' .,:' .: CETRAl e SQUAEI?. .t 1. To furnish with new adornment 2. A pupil. .. : :. A Sericrtnalivord. 4. T gigle. ,. ,. A giggle. PA S .PATI AL .P R •IS C LAD.; DAL RISES RESETI HIRES 31ISTELL ELEV'E DIRECTS HI.STORIEH ELA IIAR...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

OUR YOUNG FOLKS. 'I'TIE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. ·-4-- Cultivttt vot only tho cornooelds of yotr mind, but tho plooeooo groondooloo.-11'hotaly. PULLLra Wapr in Saturday's edition and the answers in Welneaday e. A P...s-a lady's hndbhog, vloalu at £1 Is. will ho gleoa to the girl wh. mouds tho greatet nhmbor of correot answers from 5th January to 90th Juno, and another-h-oriting dook, valoed at 011 .-to the boywho sends tho g..rtatst nmbhr of aoo.wrs ho.m Sth'Juooto 90th Joe. Tho .me, ill be pohloho -and comptitors ere requesttd to Irop a lit as a.ooche .ganst 00 ors on our ltOt, . An..werhsmos.rooh the Editor by gp.m. on Mondays. 'W6bhollu'ho'ohltoe'&tf currriiribnt sonding' ..,-po.rl.s will kindly..ttneh'tha answer ; It is no0 no00ssa0 tor conuudrumsOto'bo original, Oal though we prefoo thmon 0.

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Blooming Over the Door. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

Blooming Over the Door. A COTTAGE, all fitted and furniselkd, Stands daintily over the way, And hero a young pair to housekeeping Came promptly the first day of May. The place seemed to be homelike and cosey, The sun shone bright on the floor, Yet one dewy evening saw them planting A rose to bloom over the door. Bht, how they watched over its growing, And trained it with tenderest arts, And swift as its bright buds unfolded The love of home grew in their hearts. Th husband came home inthe evening, All weary nod tworn from the store, To find the wife's welcome the sweeter, For roses that bloomed o'er the door. ut" love," they say," flies out of the win. dow When poverty enters before;" Bult against all trial and troubles These two young hearts garnered full store. For, when fell the hush of the twilight, They whispered anew love's sweetlore, Wove closer the bonds of affection 'NeAth roses that bloomed o'er the door. And when the "dark days" closed around ' theni, And poverty's wave o...

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GASALIERS AND BATHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

GASAI.IERS ANI) BLATIIS. Youl caw g et thewRL cheapellr 1nIIl boil ti )tauikvanid Sunm, 42 (wily) hltml'k-.trvct, ii It. Ack if you ae fiI thes right hlug.

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The Season. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

Tue Neaaon. " Shaven actpr,' leadinglady,' Pert' soubrette ' and ' first old man,' . Starting out in' combinations,' Brightly view the season's plan. "High their hopes of one night triuntphs; Every week'the glloat will walk,' Happy-hearted. gay 'bkrntormersm ' Listen to their cheerful talkI' 9Ah, the blasts of bleak December; Ah, the nighta that know no supprs I See the motley, sad procession Marching homewaid on its uppers I"

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