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NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

NEW INSOLVENT. William IlHenry IHod , auctioneer, of Clhapel-street, r'mliran. Caitses: Sickness of oelf, wifo uaiL family, al ll.deilh of child; hse- il bullhinen s tlulaglll ? alasaago~?o menlt during siclie~ssa, deplre.sion of lbu-. ne, a and presurm of creditors. Debcts. .£478 1s. p?~.; asaeta, £li1 3s.;i deficlency, £3I23E.~rd . 3Mr. II. l..ancomb, naigoee

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

D'rapers and Clothloer.: . 66, 68 70 I.- I cm PRAHRAN. BtOWN:- -CORKEi -- -00C . ?I? I (LATE JOHN PARR1'Y E CO.) DRAPERS, ,Mercers . and Tailors , (o ) ,2, r .i.rlrt .-WI " H. .d " . ,M-L I ,. AND .- I . B"? &C. ,?tiprate thath t hiron tnhli sech meares nal e hll very greattly extbud the bitaineseot their prlCC.desors,: and? tre lyingupon the judbgnct ota disceniuig public, they inted makiog it the ," , , -'- th - 7 :_ " . Pt .P To echieve thideilesirible end .-O &1 Co. r eplde that .ther islht n?e iat-ho ..:..,?,.,.r. ,!-' ,, ,·- · " .··' , : ~ '"; :. "?--i :':, i .? .'. . .· : ',: ; i :.:?; % !:.. ' .,',; ':/,.I ? . :. · . . .. . . . ... .... .... . .. GENUINE; . GOODS.:; Mode ate, .Pri ces, .o. . :sq : o.·r ··· onlyto. P. i:. p. " :,? -. f?..-. -,rH,,A.??,q 'dJ/?' , M~O'jO:NST,? R,,? S ?.iS.E.,·!,! :tolly!loFolr 14tDhvasONth·,IrtW Cqmmencing; This :Day tZ: hen; O T I.'STOCI OF LAi, fi) zWIL? BE CLEALED. Amountinlg to0 16,000, J X u i I O -,, AT., ANT sAcluFgE. • D...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

Banking Institutions. A NATIONA BANK OF AUDS. C(pitLd S ,n1eritl, £1,250,000. paild-up, £1,1o,ooo.. reed Funds, £270,. rre Linbli ty ofShlmreholdeln, P1,000. .PBAHRAN BRANCH Chape Street. ST£EST'ALLO D ON DEPOSITS. Ira ilon Englnd, Ireland, Scotlrand, al Ibe Bank's Branches and Agicenies thrmagh. (theWord. II B. ENGLAND, Msu agcr' 1 NATIONALI BANK OF AUSTRAjASBIA. SC;alpill SlscriA1d. £1.250,000. Prld.in or , o £ 1Ooo. nlaservc Fulda, £70.0OO. .rrc IaIility of Sharehohlcru, £1,300,000. ST. KILDA BRANCH. eroflHigh.streoan-d Wellington?-atlct. St ted f Ootrcatllo.o01wd' os Lfonoy GOON lo,!,. DAoRElo, S3tlage. ±,, GOILSON II. D)ANE, SIoogoo. E NATONAL, NANK OF AUS. TUALASIA. capita Suri fl , £1,50,000. £ii~u, I.~OW.CO). n%,rrved Funds, ri OO.)N erre Liablity oof G mroho dorst £,50,@0. BNACLAVA tIRANCII, ' * Car iT Street. TERNST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. nia t # Elngand Irelnid r Seehid, and l~ksIlranll ]ps and Ageacics throinghoutl oEOnlE BOINERTSON, Malnger. NK OFP VICTORIA. Ilyorilndtd l...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

TO CORRESPONDENTS AND OTHERS. ·- •t TlThib joimnl is 1piliseli oi Wen'luehJiadl Satunlyly loniligaid may be obltincd froIm all aewa - lor. Tihe sibscriltion is oil. I.m, pr I oy--see lh lines pcr Rla m -- nine drillingsa lasted. To leisure their iusertion an, to admit of proper chassitctiou, adv ertise lent. should -.1e. this office by six o'clock p.m. on Sl6"('y ninl Thuriayts. SleiMil alvcrtiwlaeenta received ,I1 to five p.u. on Tllesd.iys anl Fridlya. Subecribers who uiay receivo the |riper ifte. or irem~larly, are reqlletLc to noatify rulue a remedied. , Y thsur.,c l ot - o Tlic Edito llr.-all Ade~rtisers alre rdilded. tlmt all ia/stmeia tions referrinvto the withdrawal o; advertise me tts, Etc., must bre ilL writtelg, ,ms verbl n)otices onrot Iua attended ·to. Letters ind other olntaa e.tuoi~i i-teY ded for insertion ial the atos colu.nl1 shlotud b usldressed to Thfe Editor, srly Ior insricn tion, but ns a lnmuiltcs of lood .ai-th. to Th. E Ntcctie otllus tiot. o l-I only bu re...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

Births. tACKPI.-Ot thtt 18th jttttt., thttttt CA,,,ttra ?ALFtE.--O ttl 1tht 2att.t ttttt.n, A St ttttttt - --- --Marriages; .---- mAI-NTh, IL.O tvli u jI\ yid, n h Deaths I3Ad.~TPiA.AT9a~tl 2i~iF. t!Ivm 22r, 2.uemtet ~l;ennF ai

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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TWO LOVING HEARTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

TWO LOVING HEARTS. ? torby,eon fssreigis sheret, Breasks thro' the somber seal, And reads the letter just from home, While strange forebodings steal. He starts ! deep sadness dims his eye, Yet ere the ten-drop falls A rapture fills his manly brctast, And love his heart enthralls. eotaspdsanad dreams again of bome, , r' WIhdn yduthful days wretfre;' Once more he hears a mothers prayer To guard her boy at sea. She's gone from siglt to that bright Iomne, To dwell in peace and joy; Ier latent ryonvL wrehblessing? breathsul Vss lC Cr fbsistshitoi tsj.· SA rosebud white hIis fingers Iold, Anemblem sweetoflove; Thie constancy of that fair maid Each word and page doth prove : Sorrow dind joy will bledml in one Tlat years can ne'er divide, A fond heart held to memory dear, A true heart as a bhde.

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SQUARE PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

" SQUAnR PUZZLE. 1. Whrscmrt of us piosseds. 2. A substitute for thie word .. to.! i 3. A small thirig. 4 . A grave. , ' , . ; ANS ER S 11 I ~T' v O· I 'll I o ,'r5\trr ,r (?ONUNDRUMS." I. Wlr do whitesrliepe furnish more wool than bilack oii ?r SWhat rre ciours tolle is most frelquently seeonin a fielde . Whart is the dlfferencoe bsrtwcen a hill • mi.a pill r ' 1. Thlre are errmore rf thumr. 2. A- gru :. One is lhanrrl to get ptl thie other is hardn to get dowrn.r llenry Walker, Packislgtorn-trcor, arr swreCr i?nigrla, Connrdrur s nos. I arrld 3. I. lorgarL; South Yarrm, irruwrn Aeros lic, ?Eriigomrr, Clhamue No. :2, Cornrlelrams Nos. 1, 2)nud 3. tr. ureit all r llswers Sqrrare PluPrle, (lra nole No. 2, tlliglla, Colaulariualso Nos; 1 F. II. M. answers ]:nigllla, Cha?rcex No. 2, CollrlrlluotullNo. , 2, i dItS 3. Nellie 'Crawfldid Windsor, answecrs Con lndroams Nos. 1 aud 2.

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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THESE BABY HANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

T'HESE BABY HANDS. 1)Dear little hands, so dimpled and white, ':::.JFluteing birdlike about: : Stroking so tenderly mother's tired face, Smoothing the care-lines out. Soft little hands, with rose-leaf palm : Bringing with alltheir care, a halm;; Kecp them, my Father, fromm sin, shame, and harm. These baby hands of mine. Cold little Ihands, as snowrlakel light: Lying so still,'at rest. And mother is weeping, and wrestling with : .. fate, Trying to say "' It is best." Nothing can narnm, nor sin, nor shame, No toil can harden, naught ean maim, Hellp me, my Father, to still praise TIhy name ; Tises teshy hands are thine.

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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CHARADES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

CUIAUAD?.q ,., i " 1. Wlien travel- wor it clo?e of dln, ', M?l first i h1iled with piciasure.'" My next'to Iivouritei is given, . dir trust ill them to measure .Iy hliolc, stall olfis will still despise Though Ifoolsn may ent them overwioi. .... : .- ....r INNSOVATION. M. My irct is a personal pronoun n, My sceonl is ia ollla ,.•; My wholeisanprovinceof lnia., -. NhO R , . MSORrE.

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BANK PRECAUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

TJUE BANK PRECAUTIONS. -4---t The Bank of England doors are now so finely balanced that a clerk, by prdasing a knob under his desk, can close the outer doors instantly, and they cannot be opened again except by special process. This is done to prevent the daring and ingenious un employed of the metropolis from rob bing the bank. The bullion depart ment of thi asid other banks are nightly submerged several feet in water by the action'of the machinery. In some banks the bullion department Sis conn'etetd e ith the manager's sleep ing-room, and an entrance cannot be effected without shooting a bolt in the dormitory, which' in turn sets in smotion an alarm. If a visitor during the day should lhappen to knock off one from a pile of half-sovereigns the whole pildo bild disappear, a pool of Swater tnking its place.

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

rROFESSIONAL f& MERCANTILE 31EN We beg to draw attention to the follow f lag, vie. :--£3 a year .insures against ALL acnidents to human life, and securesE£1000 at death and £5 a week during injury. Proposal forms and all partieularsn ap-. plieation to the COLONIAL M[UTUAL lsn- [ AnOnE COOPAnY, 82 Collins-street West. ONE TEOUSAIS FIVE YUNDRED rlalmea have been PAID bh TnIS Company. KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES Cure Coeghls,Asthma,Bronchitis. Inedlial testimony states' that no other medicine is no effectual in the cure of these dangerous maladies. One lozenge alone gives ease, aone ortwo at bhcdmo ensures rest. For relieving ldifficulty of breathing they are invaluable. They contain no opinm nor auy violent dreg. Bold by all Chemists, in Tins, is. lid., nod 2s. ld. sebh-fhADVT.] A REMARIKABiLE CASE. Under th h eie haso iltvr Rrtrle t', of July 6th, 1m87, tshlltshea thecfollowinglniit Our rouders may recall the cireumstaices of a young clerk, named Arthur lieimold, falling iusonoi...

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WORTH BEARING IN MIND. FORTUNES IN PRINTERS' INK. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

WORTH BEARING IN MIND. FORTUNES IN PRINTERS' INK. Don't expect an ndvertismcunt to bhea fruit in one night. Bread isr the stf, of human life, an? ondvertising is the staff of business. A thing worth doing is worth doing welln. A thing worth advertising is wnort nusvertising well. The enterprising advertiser proves that lie unlerstnnds how to buy, because in ad. vertlsing he knowo how to sell. If you ctn arouse curiosity by all advct tiscment, it is a point gained. The fair sex don't hold all the curiosity in the world. PeIople who advertise once only in thren montht forget that most folks cannot re: member anything longer than three days. Quitting advertising in dull times is lihketearing out a danm because waiter is low. Either platn will prevent good timne from coming. A constant dIropping will'wear a foct. Keep dropping your udvertisements on tlme public, and they will soon melt utdcr it like ruck lialt. Trying to do bnsiness without advertising is like nninking at a pretty girl ...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

OUR YOUNG FOLKS. 'ITHE EDITOR'S I'PUZZLE BOX. Cult}va lot only olo =rnSolds of your mind, Lttt t hle plehasre grolmds aao. lglCt~ly. u rs p o r In B tod, ay ' e dition and thI answers in Edto b 6s ty'm. A Pnlz?--- It d~'s hand·Ling, vlunl at £lI .- will be 8iren to tha girl vlhe'sc~cd? thollrcgtost uamber of correct answers from 5th Jauuary to O3th Jmlul, nuud |mother---? writing desk, valued at £1 ls.--to th .bloy who sendls tlle greatest numbelr of auswers fronx 5tlrJ~nuryto3Oth~Juo.s The uames. will e plitblihebE, ontl comlpetitors are requested to keep, a list as It chceckah oaAnt errors on our Imnrt. " + ." • +Aswora'lunat tcnc "~th0 "?|tor I1y 6 p.rn( on "-I?'ho lb ;;;idoiiiobllgsl orrclspomVIIsenIl flow "prlcale will kllldly lathtc t~lo anlswers: .It Is ,lol Ii lb~dssry· for- eClll~ldlldld-irSt ?oiiaa Ihoallh weo prelor tllonl ao.

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VICTORIAN POSTAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

VICTORIAN POSTAL RATES. .etters,for every 1 oz. or under ... 0 Lettcr Cards ... ...... ...0 1I 'Post Cards ... ... ... ...01 Packets, evcry 2 oz.or udcr up to I lb 0 1 Iook0, every 4 oz. or tunder up to 3 lb 0 1 Nerpapers, each ... ... ...O 01O do. bulk parccls ... per lb.0 1

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PUBLIC MEETING IN THE ST. KILDA TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

PUBLIC MEETING IN THE ST. KILDA TOWN HALL. In rslpll.oe tfo a lislllouI fromi t f nr . her of rateayers, the m;yor of St. Kihla, Cr. it. N?. fo,[ctt [I? noolve c t o o netting to bfolll in ftle Tow'-.hlilr, to. norrow (Thoraly) ecrning, foo tIre pur pose of offornlilg Messrs. E. (i, Ovey onnid S. iacoby, ithe callnldidates for ite varcnt scat 'i tihe Wr t ~Wan, 'rn'ollllortunityf for ex. iresing their views to tho electors. A?l Olvertscrmenttt to thii effect aptea? ?iclse ,here., Ooc~toy t~rooeztiod boool oorioootv too. toocd b~y his InotioF and IillJ mitysot to thle soot to hutsl oIVttett wYith nhtottCI hIc 'sos t I~r't totsss tosottySllc;r ohwi tt, 001000,t so.Attwrth 5d0&tisiogb is wrorth nsttsrttsjttg wott

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

TcitA~3AY : ACC!DENIT. Ou .aturday., night last a lady wlo oIollpingr from a tam cair ill Chapcl.htreet, when by somne means or olther she lost. hier footinig, nid was thlmown violently to the gronund. ihtu reeivel t e haaee sking, nn4 owia itiisticd iilto ttto PLA XTO·tO Ti: ItAZeAnt, 122 Clmilil-ttrct i'emamo, where otio receivte great ktindnt. A cup of tea ass madeo by thio ne anagrs and gienr to the laity,t ho, after she had drok it, declared ?ile felt lefrctrsd and proceeded to htr home. We now tiii that this lady is rocommciclintgou o 'uro Ten to all her fetels. Note the prices iniidilre?, is lit, to Cd, Is 8,1, 2s, 2o lit. I'LANTEItO To:A tlhAAkli, 122 Chopcl-stroet 4 ioors from tiigi-street. Where slhe received great iospaitlaity. Tie fte ,linnagci mode tie laly a cui of tea from their ts id.-4A[?rD.T ;" 'VOTEIIS, tEA,\ THIS. At a p~olottie oectitog the other rernotg thov cmlolditte woo Irielog qoestionol--trot on one subject, then on onotther. All of a snlotlen a lady oskeo...

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AN ENIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

. the hcolltnted mxnn desires, , The lpoor.man hath, the rich reqircs,' The imiser ecindsi thle spcidthrift 61;se,, Anl oI mtst carry to their grmce... SANSWER- ',' ,NOTHING. ' ' " . ", . : . ., , NonitittO

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SELECTED POETRY. JACK AND I. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

-4-- JACK AND I. Upon a brdgewe lotwerd- Just twenty yea? ago, And cast out pebbles in the stream ,h.n sotly sankbelo , 'Pnbbrh? fu tis.~bf~but- 'a nOcahrltck,€ And aInughter in each eye; Our arms were round eaeh other's neck, My playmate, Jack, and I. We gazed into the river And hailed the happy day, When school-books should be seen no more' SAd 'lifte should be all play; And Jack lsouhl he a satior , . And Kato his little wife, And I should be a sollder, : And march to drum and fife. :.. flo wed t h laughing river,. SOh Iit seas summer then, And we vowed to behproes The day when we were men. Bright, bright those airy castles, That touched our boyish sky; We dreammel the dream that comes but once, ty playmate,Jack and?t~ ii i?iix3 And Jack became a sailor HIe sleeps in Goodlwin Sands, Asd l1AvehPbien s~toldier, And fought in foreign lauds. But still my heart revisits, Though twenty years are by, The bridge whereon we loitered, 3My playmate, Jackass I. .

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AN ACROSTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

AN ACeOSTIC. The initials comnlpose the uno of the last Aztlec Emperor of Mexico: .-41..A play-wdritten by S alke~pear .... 3. A king who wa-called the " Unready." 7. All' u [ th l lylli +' . , 1. +:,; ho dico 8. Tie luesgr of l thle gol. I. A ativef6! :cclrtain' provliice north of Greece. .M agc lla n ." A No W I '2. 0 solh. - . 3. N itiontil . ' ' , 4. T enupest. '' ' ' " ,,,r J" , -<' 3. E tlelre.l. 7. Z llbllx, "! '. : ".'' ]7: ,;++ 'Ui r . Mecrcury., i "'?. .i' *I.A I bfa. AOnT ,.MA '. +.MONTEZ UMA. + ,;'?i '?.?,;,

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OUR SUBURBAN TELEPHONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 1 May 1889

OUR SUBURBAN TELE PHONE. Epi nadenl Hotel, St. Kildo, please. We •wish to speak with dur friend, Mr. 8. Jaeoby, for a second. Mr. J.-Wel!, what is it you golod news folks wantt : Only to hear a little albout your candids tut forthe westr wardl election. Mr. J.-Well, yoi- ltnow I am n :old cnamlpaigner, and kayve occupied the mayoral chair. ...Yes ;.we do.. Mr. J.--I moy tell yos tlot ;hasve hol sullicient eaperilence and "?orr'" to etitsfy myolf tlhat thie onice is not worth thle hlonor attachedl to it; hut the pIst nee g-liettfn t-tnit TtiTyEtltouecitl lets shown thle neceasity of the ratepayers I- cs l stje I 'i ll? ,?e istsr?s?1fseyL S p. tsro-rests of t.?swrld. Is tIlere any particular Uwork yyn wish to see enterreds upon ':r.' j.-Y-?;s there are seveaml. The l-ii,~'T6llTiu lf]i"iffl'oi -li r~ijui~F- iiiiiii? liate attcutionr.,1ore men are re!luired to keep the drains, lane, etc., cle;n, aln, if ncec?ory,o oiicues shoohllch appoiltel .to inlspcct [rllliesri, aoli coopelo residen...

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