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Wonders of the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

ondert of the Sd. Aot the dept °nfeo ear e no elt. The teel wa e !s6ing only r trfle lis t one . i td of po the burnitng er t for, Alil daon the wator hs f o ti to e sono irieb. i er0in was i lsed with sea toedto e e pverbftt',an ! the 'd bte two inches of a et to ei of thla 0er odoP d of the hrgile, .h : ber irt ta hp ndae i h ? pthirty tbl e tletnti. The `dor N the bottrn t?bip om the lth water oftef r reedesatrto ae of the gd e: t ei fo et metd casie. th Mr B. e- w itir t as? t " p s oa -c , ,o y on hieiý-ma in storms remrbl lr.o ernýtP i ge ar ..nfeec0 tC o ?t loi? ?" asibti t n. r Fire;am brear their Sanod; Fned. ithelwrngtei?ithdes 1 fotfatl dtot n ct i;iTu ?n:tield[{ ftvO'fdý-. J?lf:lt ,h reve The depth ofitý'oI nd d 4xty: r feret, the dlistant to mshe t ore t old'beonly hhlti Orte d? thooLrde'molrsi;"t q roao ~fd] ilid ftdiNfldrIolObl en id T wo I the plaino d offl ilJ iAlicrl cob?r dber ble ?s al te ino t xh Arired.;nndliaQty,'eeslad t, ne diletient: fesr;nnd-afrtl is I l t...

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

VOTERS, READ THIS. At a political meeting the other evening the candidate was being questioned-first on one stbjectithc on another. All of a sudden a lady asenal him to support a bill prohibiting the sale of inferior taa. "I cannot interfere with the liberty of the subject, madam,". said the candidate, "but I will advise all my constituents to drink only the pure tea supplied by the Plantcrs Tea Bonacr, ?122 Chapelastreet, four doors from High-street, at is., Is. 4L., Is. 8d., 2s., and 2s. 6d. per lb. This candidate will be elected. Candidates,' mind your T's. ADVT. I'LROFESSIONAL & MERCANTILE MEN We beg" to dmrw attention to the follow ig,v iz.:-£3 a year insures against ALL accidents to human life, andsccures£1000 at death and £5 a week during injury. Proposal forms and all particulanrs on p pliation to the COLONIAL MUTUAL INSUR ANCE COMPANY, 82 Collins-street West. ONE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED celaims have becn PAID by THIS Company. Special Advertisements, PRAHRAN FANCY. .-B...

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WORTH BEARING IN MIND. FORTUNES IN PRINTERS' INK. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

' WORTH BEARING, IN MIND. FORTUNES IN PRINTERS' INK. Don't expect an advertisement to bear fruit in one night. Bread is the staff of human life, and advertising is the staff of busines. Yoi can't eat eiough inn a week to last'a year, and you cau't advertise on thait plan, either. The enterprising advertiser proves that he utlerstandsl how to buy, because in ad vertising he knows how to sell. If you can arouse curiosity by an adver tisement, it is a point gained. The fair 'deion't hold nall the 'curiiosity finthe world. People whlio advertise once ouly in three months forget that most folks cannot re member anything longer than three days. Quitting 'advertising in dull times is like tearing out a dam because water is low. Either plai will lirevent' good times from coming. A constant dropping will wear a rock. Keep dropping your udvortisementt oin; he public, and they will soon melt under it like rock salt.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

To.mak~a good pomade for the hair, tike of castor oil 1 pound avoirdupois, pure white wax 4 ounces, melt them together, and then add oil of'bergamot 2) drachms, oil o lavender (English)} drachm, essemes soyala Stir the mixtuie while cooling. $attle withen Alligator.-An Alabania tripper and hunter alil a terrible fight with an a'ligator, recently. Seeing the water agitated in a hole near the river, and supposing that otters were Rohing therein, he mounted a pole on a tae. sock justabove the water's edge. His steel traps were in anack, suspended from his neck. Ilts only weapon was bhis tchet. Ile at on t'ie pole with a mne of vines at his haok. He held hin weapon ready to strike en otter, shuhld one arise. Sorn, he saw a young alligator near him. lie ealight it up and it uttered a cry. In an instant there was a terrible splash of water, and rn huge alligator, with distended month and glittering teeth, rushed for him. With little hope of escape he fell back upon the vines, and, as he d...

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A Sacrificial Stone near St. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

A BScarllelal Stone near St. MTY i. 0. HOYnr. The aneient altar abontto be described has not been hitherto mentioned in any publishrd aocount, for as I know, although it can hardly svoe. altogethor eecaped nottioo n tie local popers. Yet it gives its name, " Red Rook," to one of the landing ploces where the Mississippi steambhoats have touched over sines they begantto run on the upper portion of that longest of rivers. Formerly there was a flotrishlng emission here,sustained by the Methodists? and with that fact in mind I, made inquiry for the vteraetnwho had It in ehairge, ltvr.;Chaunaey Hobart, from whom the faots now given were principally obtained. This pioneer canme on tihe field before the settlement of either St., Paul or linnerpolie, and retained a vivid recollection of many interesting events, which it is to be hoped he may yet publish in some permanent formv before his useful career is ended. Accorling to him, it was the edstbm aoonga the Siou to worship the bowlders that ...

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

STAMP DUTIES. uLl.,, 1` f wlu I,,ay lrg; ,u the cale of Lill, of o L'elllnll~c and '~,iii '. n1,,,txcel 4i1ullnu: " . In. ioý C7, nu not exccc.f. il accu i.;; C7, nnttnut "" !n. ad 91eull I 'IT C 111 thle feu will tlhun aLrc lkh , Zllle tu ateof Ifur Ueery 4tiujlur fnt l part

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

EEtTI'c, couun II Izl ýcl1s gyop uuglti,.tllhutlt, Itruuchitis. Medical at,, that no other . ttxlicin e is tN. a a be itllil` lC UnI(U ri~t.fu dillty of brenithirg thley are ,U'a Ihen poutal n oplutn ýtldr8 Sh b ll Choniy, itt ll lluR, Jd v UdCLC.-rA y.] ta ontch hormcs, tinehealtlhy oltry,cattle, lpigs, glpigeon, an lomeltic animals goner ily, and uggsl all tihe yler rentl i tile ,lvaribl result, olf n judiious ue of giten rite to tiriaos t.or l?til'o i tt n in mc t Itioi ie wltrich lis tatio i. Tlo?t lolin c a b r?or Chemisorl to lrk t on their gatlm1, a.ll to tlOk tito athir It ha the onigiFytlap it genuite ll Codllliti?lll Sice for hotoot cat?tle, il oiltry,? le, ittttoitttol to rho loibloce pby M.T W\. Nhrtno itt 11n71. TIIe total It lllllr of ltin olls worllhri? 12nd i loluted to 8.ilic0,ily injurh itulf ia wtill. clThe t bc nrof the refore litvry tvao l on thir gtaricl, and to kakufc o other than the tib or title. pot ltry, l e:, itltotrt luc l to prietoro, T'. W. Nontlti and...

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PUBLIC SCHOOL IDYL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

PUBLIC SCHOOL IDYL. Ram It in, cram it in, Children's heads are hollow; Slam it in, jam it in, Still tier'a more to follow Hygiene and history, Astronomic mystery, Algebra, Histology, Latin, Etimology, Botany, Geometry, Greek, and Trigonomelry Ram it in, cram it in, Childrenea heads are hollow I Rap it in,tap it in, What are teachers paid for t Bang it in, slap it in, What were children made fort Ancient Archeology, Aryan Philology, Prosody, Zoology; Physics, Clinictology, Calculuos, andl Mathematics,, Rhetoric and Hydrosttics, Hoax it in, coax it in, Children's heads are hollow I Iub it in, club it in, All there is of learning; Punch'it'in;'cruunch it'in, ' Quench the childish yearningiu For the field and grassy nook, Meadow green and ripling brook; Drive such wicked thoughts afar I Teach the'children that tlhey are But machines to cram it in, Bang it in, slam it in That their heads are hollow I Scold it in, mould it in, All that they can-swallow; Fold it in, hold itin, Still there...

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THE POET'S CORNER. THE Editor is always ready to receive original poetical effusions, which will be published when suitable. It is desire to cultivate the gift, and render this department, of the paper to cultivate the gift, and render this department of the paper as interesting as possible. CAPRICIOUS FORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

THE POET'S CORNER. TxztEditor.tl always ready to receiro original potical cffusions, which wllt be published when suitablo. It is delsred to oulatito the gtlt, and, roeic this dopartent, of. to It r as iutoiehtinaka ijomlida. CAPRICIOUS FORTUNE. Why Fortune picked on me to be The object of her coqetry I know lnot; nor, I nlst confess, '.' Theslghtest reason can I guess. First of all she seems to smile 'r"Benecvolutly, for awhile e; And, then, to look at me askance, And turn awasy her countcuauce.. She lbnams on me an early morning. And then, without the slightestwarning, E're mid-day 'rives upon the scene, She gives a look that tuns one green. And this goes on day after day, Week after week, in the same old way; She seems to have on me a set, But why, I've not discovered yet. G. A. 8. Windsor, 10th April, 1889.

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BOTH SIDES OF THE WALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

BOTH SIDES OF THE WALL. -4- [BY THE MAX ON TOP.] The great morming journal which has hitherto at all times with great prompti tude "sat upon " the attempts of all young. Australians tp acquire, prominence in other things thun irchkt, fobtthIi, l r bhoating,. -has suddenly awakened to the fact that the new men of the present PIarliament coam prise a number of young Australians. And it proceeds, in a polnderos way, to give them excellent granmmotherly advice as to how behave and comport themselves. Per, iaps a little later on this great organ will maken the furthernstonishingdiscovery.that they are well eduncated young men ; that they are well acquainted with the politics of the day; that they know how to .debate decorously; that they are not given to miserable stonewalling; that they are not, in fact, political larrikins, but a new type of beings who will improve the tone of our legislature. When you come to think of it, it is.renllyto the mother country that we are indebted for the ...

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THE CONTRIBUTOR. COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

THE CONTRIBUTOR. COMMENTS ON EVENTS. S BY BOHsEMIA.J "5atiro's my Woealon, but I'm too discreet Td run amuck and tilt at all I meet." The, Now South Wales Parliament has adopted?the payment of members system. Sir Henry has always hitherto sworn dead against it, but when a man marries a wife and seven children, all ready made, he has to alter former illusions to the present real estate. Another deputation from the School Teachers' Association of Victoria to the Pro fessor: Acting head teachers want higher wages this time. Time this sort of thing was knocked on tile head, and a few of these unreasonable growlers were sent to old Nimmo to get a job of fouryards a day. For while the teachers rage and fight, the little offshoots of the Old Colonists Associa tion are sadly neglected. Verily, as 'the Professor hath it, "The system will break its own neck if it continues to drag its own halter thus." "The devil burn that' Vasey, when is he going to give us better gas 1" cried an old woman w...

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ST. KILDA MUNICIPAL ELECTION. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY IN THE WEST WARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

ST. KILDA MUNICIPAL ELECTION. EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY IN THE WEST WARD. It will be observed from our advertising columns that Mr. S. Jacoby, of the Espla undo hotel, St. Kilda, is already in the field as a candidate to fill the extraordinary vacancy in the west ward, caused by thcresignation of Cr. C. J. Richardson. Mr. Jacoby is an old resident of the borough, and has been 29 years in the colony. He has extensive municipal ex perience, as he was a councillor for a num ber of years in the Western district, and at one time was elected mayor of Hamilton. All those who know Mr. Jacoby speak most highly of him, and we have no doubt he would make an excellent councillor, if elected to that position.

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ALLEGED WILFUL EXPOSURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

ALLEGED WILFUL EXPOSURE. Two ease of alleged wilful exposure came before the St. Kilda magistmte.e on Tucday, the accused being an elderly man named John Mills, and a young man named George Curuick. The former is said to be a vagrant, and the latter a com positor in the Aye newspaper office. It is alleged against M3ills that he committed himself in the presence of the children at. tenoting thie Elsternwick State school, at dinner hour, on the 10th inst., and as the police were not prepared to go on with the case, he was remanded for a week. Tlhe case for the prosecution against Curnick was thant on the eveningof the 4th instant, at about half-pa.t four o'elock, a man, who has been identified as the accused, ap preached two young women, Emma Box, a domestic servant, and Oliva Wood, tile daughter of a respectable tradesman, in the Albert Park, and, throwing himself down within a dozen yants from where the femanle were seated, nmuttered something to attract attention, and grossly misco...

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PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, APRIL 15th. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

PRAAlAN COURT. MO-NDAY, APIIL 15th. Before Dr. Yethertlon and Messrs. Dixon, Finlay, Mitchell, Sykes and Young, J's.P. A SUSPECTED ROGUE.--James Rich. mond, alia? Walter Foster, was placed in the dock charged with false pretences, forgery and larceny as a bailee. On the application of the police he was remanded. IN TIE " D.T's."-Charles Cruiklshnk, a middle-aged man, who, at 4 o'clock on Sunday morning, rushed up Chapel-street and sought the protection of Constable Bear from a phantom man whom hie ould see chasing him whilst suffering from the "horrors," was remanded on a charge of insulting behavior. A WIFE DESERTEn.--John Hutcheon. an elderly man, came up for deserting his wife. The latter, Mary Hatcheon, deposed that she married the necused in tMelbourne, in 1838. They lived together in George street, Fitzroy, until August, 1885, when prisoner took his departure, leaving her without means of support. Hutcheon ac cused his wife of having deserted him, but he was ordered to contrib...

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

Special Advertisements. PRINTING of Every Description swea~ted in supelrior style on the Shortest Notice, at the Office of this paper. M USIC and SINGING CLASS is hsheld ory We~dnesday, at 11 Ann-etrect, W~indsor, at 8 p.m. Terms moderate. JAMES ANDREWS Saddle, Harness and SCollar Makrer, 3: iigh~atrcot. St. Kilda, op poeito Post-sfm. Repairs of ever description nmttl and promptly ezefnted. C SUCKLING, Coppr.,d Oven Ma.k and a eneral BllrrkRslmthr Chapelattrwst, Sth Ywmn (n.,t'Dut Stable. Oten.sKiteh.MSMSM and every description o Iron Work made ind repairsd. I Con iitterstttt (silty. LOST.-CHEQUE, signed Clarke nd On., for Nt.tla. 3d.; No., 45 ; data, 11th April. 1888. Payment has been stopM. d, and the public are waruedaimine uegotiating same. Benanl paid to anyone rettuvilg to Commercial Bank, Pmh ran. MORANTIONT P anoforte Tuner and ?dB5tbitr f Carlisl.12215t (aVies' Bos.' % A 1 A of aE ibtios.d Mr.B. W. ~Cnb m's 8 indsor. aat M'smber M Iruiel Jury, Meclbourne Ezhibitiou. D R. WM...

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AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

AS WE GO TO PRESS. Mr. David Gorvenlock gives tuition in building construction in drawing, and geo metry on Monday evenings, corner of Malvern and Williams'-road, Hawksburn. In response to a requisition from a num her of electors of South Yarra Province for theLegislative Council, Mr.J. M. Davies last Monday evening consented to becomea candidate for the new seat for that pro vinces atthe forthcoming lection. Mr. Sehmett, of 81 Toorak-romd (near the engine-house), notifies elsewhere that he carefully removes furniture, cleans and relays carpets, etc. A cheque signed Clarke & Co., for £349 Is 3d, has been lost in Prahran. Payment is stopped, and anyone finding the cheque will be rewarded on returning same to the Commercial Bank, Prhman. Hot cross buns of superior quality may he obtained at Messrs. Haynes Bros. new bakery, 50 Chapel-street, Prahran (opposite A. I. Madden's). An advertisement ap pears elsewhere to that effect. The corporation of Prahran was sued in the Supreme ...

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POLICE NEWS. ST. KILDA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 12th APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 17 April 1889

POLICE NEWS. ST. KILDA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 12th APRIL. Before the Mayor (Mr. S. E. Jeans), Sir Arthur Nicolson, and Mr. Ellerker, J'sP. BURGLARY.-Two young men, named respectively Charles Williams, alias Sey- mour, and Edward Kenny, were put for- ward on a charge of burglary and stealing four top coats and two pair of boots, value £23, from the dwelling of Matthew Hamil- ton Baird, a retired gentleman, living in Tennyson-street, St. Kilda. The crime was perpetrated on the night of the 28th ult., the burglars having forced open the drawing-room window. Prisoners were arrested on the following day on another charge, when they were found wearing a portion of the stolen property. They were committed for trial. A SERIOUS CHAGE.--George Curniek, a respectable looking young fellow, was presented on a charge of wilful and obscene exposure. The offence is alleged to have been committed in the presence of a servant girl in the local park on the 4th inst. Ac- cused was remanded. TRUANCY CASE...

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MUNICIPAL NEWS. MALVERN SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, APRIL 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

MUNICIPAL NEWS. MALVERN 8HIRE COUNOIL. TUSDAY, APRIL 16. P'resoent-Crm. Clarke (pre?sldcnt), Benson, Edsall, Longbottom, 3oercer, Robinson and WYoodmnson. A CYNICAL LETTEII.-A communication was receivcd fromW.J. Wosolmnsson, stat Ingthlathaving noticed that several of the resildents kept their horscos and cattle con tinually grazing upon the shireread, ap parently free from any dlanger of being prosoeuteld, he, being a rsildcat for 23 yeaSrs, ad also a ratepayer, shoulM be ulloed the same privilege enjoyed by the resildent. referred lto, malny of whom were not ratepayers. Ie also doiredl to be bilndly informend what tbe fee would be for a pony lor quarter. Ti le tter wns re ceived withl a smile on the part of the couocillorc who hesarnl it read. TcE RECcEATION RESERVE,-Ilc eon nectlon withl tle application of the iMalvern fsotimll club for thce ucso u tile recrc?tn reserve during the football season, and the projected improvements to the ground by the cricket club, a letter was rece...

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[?] SIDES OF THE WALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

I SIIDES OF TIHit WALL. Ir THE MAT O TOP.] remarkable story emanatcs this ltheihinsof the Wimmen. It iv a waggoner, his dray having nexteintley hogged, proceededl ly it hang himself, through rager. ram conveying this intelligence is :--" Di..cal wa naturally a ritl man." The n.ltt rt apprroaeh aof this kid I hlave ever LCheard ois the cnue of i man "choking ," but ev?i inl this instanee the iontary. The htnalthy exanmple r the waggouer of the Wimmera id up to other idti-tempered melt it wnay out of their dillictltiec. the Ld-temllered manil his colt .if to tlhrahing his wif, Lshoot tthtr-in-law, or even to a cusling l triOhlwt but thie action of the Wimnera waggoetr opens up a neel for his vngaries. Tlterc nre o bad-t.empere? men of our ac. e n whom thi hangintg prucen onderfully improve. it thiuble inl highijcirclet in Ade or the firnt time in -its existence rreous village" has n peer for its r At his filt Iesr, ftoew diay alr tet of Adiulaido attendeld i ispompB. And it is rccorde...

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THE CONTRIBUTOR. COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 April 1889

HINTRIBUTOR. O ET n O?IIlVAN. T. po bt I'm too discreet ,.mulue tl ~~~uo. any ace-' not so brilliant ?rutlo, judging from the uodr wcut at the tlat meeting It hepital. The pipen arc de eon who can blamhe the paNimno is dclightel that he in?misfortune. Throse pipen ret on his chest through the eof night for weeks peast. Butint gae in eempaty. diffent ate wranglingnhbot eh religion, env when to impart initruction, our criminal lirs are to petportions that meight eltrm a enter. There tre rt present no ii prirteur. a iting teinl, nnd nee 'r t o dihid ewthe w rek of cee two juilgen-. This n1perak eour iet ceotory, nu, thie first Sthe Educnatioo Act. Wnit wii minal reoanl of the futire! .n quibble of the nlaw,. e wenho aUtke can fnd a nawn. dien res foend that after hours a isr private prawn, hiis dwellinig i holse, and any of the gentle amusements which servet to pee hours, such as cans, tdice, kCe. trley bhe indulged in after legal ny be cletsiflei es domestic joy. efence tie landlo or ...

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