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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889
SPublic Notices. PII??EllNARY NOTICE. ;..,:I,.Y ORv.HIRE] .?IOUt)E. ,Y S ?, "C - TV i .I R. Morphet, 3yers utter ate ll,'Btt~Rtaed Co.) 1( ii:. :I: 1.1 .:i 1cu EL TlREET;. Pea.AN ation "?, !bo?air Thops?nbehitlbt ,rt6oi JIar, sRortle buOi at tRo aoo as1, hboro ho wll opaplply '2 r,. -,' ' r' i nl .: . : .. Iebl , fror FP, Siy. eod?'rico, CANNOT BE DEATEN, SIInor u'ud * elbo' c, 1J 14 IT 61. IJTA o·.c~k 3311; U ill ,; I Rc... L"r.. led Ladies', iding l?bits, and , ' :, i ,;i: . . . + in i .... che : . , Tolebolo lloleo 0 OR S S' ELEC TIO N? 'WHY SELECTION, OF COURSE, And the BEST SELECTION To be made in P it A HR A N ", i Is at ,:t,?. W. WILSON'S HAT MANUFACTURING ESTAb?LISH MENT, 13 Chapel-st., Prahrah, h.eam E:cry Zonceivable Shape and Style is to be found. It is the LARGEST STOCK TO SELECT FROM IN THE CITY. BOTH COLONIAL AND IMPORTED H3ATrS, 'riT CAPS, . HELMETS, EVERY DESCRIPTION of HEAD GEAR ' M 'ADE TO ORDER, With the Greatest Punctuality & Despatch. RENOVATING APD REPA...
WINDSOR PALACE SKATING RINK. FANCY DRESS CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889
WINDSOR PALACE SKATING RINK, FANCY tPRESS CARNIVAL. On Thursday evening a fancy dress ,ar nivnl was given at thle Windsor Rinlk. A good turnout of skateru in a m?iscllan11 9tc and picturesque collectitn of fancy direnue lanaded, marching iq diifferennt fiqrms. wnalting, tc. The prize for beat dres?ed lady adt shkalar fell tO Missn K. O'llrlet (a fliry), Titepyer.e far thue ?vat cootically Iressed genttlenian 'cll to a gentlemaln Ires?el as t crowing stelp. I'P)feasor liller won tlit?ch iapplaisne for the sklfual lanlcr in which ha0 .iprformed ait iumer af diticult feats on the skater. An xhlt. itiosto gnale onu lnth trapest was also giyven.
PRAHRAN BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889
PRAHRAN BOARD OF ADVICE. Tihe ordinary meeting of the abo've was held at Mesosr. Heandy and Wright's office, Commercial-road, South Yarra, on Thurn. day evening. There were present-M?ssri. Furneaux (in the chair), Coulson, Watson, Iecndy, and Turnlcy. With reganrd to the oale of school requisites in state schools, Mr. Willmott, of the Htornby-street school, in reply to a letter from the board, said he was selling articles allowed by the act Resolved to communicate with the Educh. tion department, nsking for information upon the subjcct. Ino reference to the closet pans at schools, the defects reported at last meeting by the city inspector were now reported as remedlicd. In reply to n communication, the dcepartment wrote stating that the pans would not he emptiedl more than once a week,. Mr. W. O. Coul son nsaid that in company with Mr. Watson lie had visited the department and they had been informned that the board woulid have the £30, balance of vote for the :chools to the 30th Jun...
MAN OR BEAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889
MAN OR BEAS. -4--- The golden rose, of which the Princess R"e gent of Brazilisthe favored recipient from the Pope, is .not-the Jhblit tells ns-mer ly a single flower. It is a golden branch, to which thorns are appended, covered with leavcs, buds, and floweio, the topmost rose being the largest, the wholo:deftlywrought in pore gold. Within the principal zole is placed a smalL receptacle, usnaaly a cop with a lid over it, in which, when blessing the golden rose, the Pope places. balm and musk. -
VERY WRONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889
.VERY WRONG. " It is very wrong to take what doesn't be long to you, isn't it f" asked the man with an amateur photographic outfit. "Then why isn't it wrong for me to take yoor picture f' " It is-it is acrime. Your pictures are o frightfully bad.' ? / A polished villain--Richard, Duke of Glossteor. The City Court Justices seem to be hav ing aof n old time lately., It is given to all men'to die o'ce, except Henry M. Stanley. He dies once a month reguiarly. ' Lieutenant-General Higginson succeeds Lord Cbelmsford as Lieutenant. of. the 'Tower of Londonri From the Age:-- The wife of J. Rabbits, of a son." ,A little Rabbit, and yet a little heir. The London World says the late Earl Radnor's life was insured for £250,000. Against fire,it is to be hoped. Mr.1Henry George, the land nationalist, will visit Sydney in October next. It is to be hoped he will not venture further. The house of Beethoven's birth at Bonn is to be restored to its condition as in 1770,, and one room set, apart for a ...
STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889
STAMP DUTIES. A Id. stamp is auftcient for all cheques, no matter what the amount drawn may beo; bat in the case of bills of exchango nnd Spromtssory notes, thb dutiesr are to be regu [ted according to tho valuo of tho docou mentasfollows:- Not exceeding £265 .. .. 6d. 'Exceeding £25, and not exceed ' lng £50 . . .. i. s. Exmccding £60, and not exceed ng £75 ... ... s. 6d. Exceeding £76, and not exceed ing £100 ... ... ... 2s. Where it exceeds £100 the fee will jthen be calculated at the rate of ls, for every £560 above that amount, or fmactional part of £60.
CHARADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889
CIARADE. lMy first is not dull ; my second is a pre position, and my whole is a seaside resort on the south coast of England. IRIGHT-ON. A. 1W. Hill answers Charade and Bo headed Words. o. t. Abrahanmson, Eileon-street, Arms dale, answers Anagrams, Numerical Puzzle, Buriel Rivers, Nos. 1 and 2, Beheaded Words, and Charade. A. W. E. Harris, Essex-street, Phrhran, answers Numerical Parzle and Charade. J. G. Clutterbrickannswers Anagrams, Nuo merical Puzzle, and Charade. R. Gillespie, St. Kilda Scotch College, answers Anagramsa, Numerical P'uzzle, Riddle me-reec, Buried Rivers, Beheaded Words, and Charades. F. Pursell, South Yarra., answers Cho rade, Bleheaded Words,' urled Rivers, Riddle-me-rce, Numerical Puzzle, and Ana gram. F. COrlewis, St. Kilda, answers Anagrams, Numerical Puzzle, Riddl-me-.ree, Buried Rivers, leheaded Wools, and Charadoe J. Morgan, South Yarra, answeor Ania grams, Numerical Puzzle, Burled. Rivers, Beheaded Worns, and Charade. - Henry -l alker, Packington-street,...
A REMARKABLE CASE. Under the above heading the Doncaster Reporter, of July 6th, 1887, publishes the following in its editorial columns. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889
A REMARKABLE GASE. Undoer thoabovoeheadin the Danrsier Beprer, of J3ly -th,1R7, blhishos the following i ts oditor columans. . Ourreaders may. eall the circumstances of a young clerk, named Arthur Biehold, falling Insensible on the Wheatley Lane in this town some time ago, and being picked up, as ho continued perfectly helpless, and taken in a cab by two gentlemen to the offce of F. W. Fisher, Esq., the solicitor who employed him. On restoring him to consciousness it was ascertained he was afflicted with what scemed to be an incur. able disease. Whe di he was 'able to speak he sold he had been to his dinner and was on his way back to his. work, when sud denly his head was in a whirl and hefell in the street like a man who is knocked down. On comitgto 'hls senses in the solicitor's ofice he thought what this might mean, and feared he was going to have a'flt of illhess,'vhieh we all know is a very dread ful thing for a poor man with a family to care for. With this in his mind he at on...
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889
OUR YOUNG FOLKS. THE EDITOR'S PUZZLE BOX. Cultvate not only the orAielde of your mend, hutthe pleeeuro grounds also.--Whetley. PUzzLr s apeotr in Saturday's edition eand the answers in Ycedneday'. A PrZe-- lady's hand-ag, varued at 1 lI. will be given to the girl wrh sende the greatest umber of oorrect answers from 6th January to fith Jene, and .other--- riteg desh, .elued ht AC l.--toh the bey who sends the greatest nutmber of aniwer. from 5th Janurry to 0th June. The names will be published, eand comp?tltor ro rquested to keep a list a a chock agailnst errors on our ~rt. ..enewrer'mest reah the Editor by 6 p.m on MItrdepe. - Woe.hall o'hbllged If rerospe dsentseedtig oew-perelee wll kindly attach theo a?er t i t not necgedey for conuudrune tobe orltgina, al though e? prefer them so.
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889
AUCTION SALE NOTICES. --C-+ Messrs. Lemmne and Co. will sell next Saturday, at 3 o'clock on tile premises. a weatherboard villa known as " Avondale," Duke..lreet, St. Kilda, in an intestate estate. To-day, Messrs. Lemme and Co. will hold an unreserved sale of Ihosehold furniture at 11 o'clock, on the premises, " ldstlorpe," Marltor-erescent, ellilngton-street, St. KIhld. Messrs. Lemnmu and Cd. will sell at half-past two S'7lo., k ostSaturday afternoon, 25th inst p I ace of 'lald having a frontigo or 1l0 feet:3 Inchas'te Ilornby-street, by a depith of 05 feet JO ielsssr along Dtke.st.lett, Opposlte Lyon's Cordial Factory, lessrs, Naylor, Forbes and Co. will sell on thle prmises, on Raturlay afternoonl next at 3 pt.h., two semlidetoelwd villns Iow land havling a frontago of 44 feet to IIowitt.street, IIawkhbrur, by a depth of 190 feet. At 4.e,. p.n. on the nle b loate, the firm oill sell it froitiago of 40 feet to Lowislam.road, Prsahran, by a depth of 11 feet, togcther with a seven-r...
NUMERICAL PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889
NUME.ICAL I'PUZZLE 31y whole is a country in.South America. i. My 3, 8;8, 6 is a young animal. 2. 3y 1, 4, 5, 6 is an article of toilette. 3. My 1, 8, 6 is a conveyance. 4. My , 7, 5, , isa part of the bodly. 5. MIy 8, 7, 5 is to endeavour. 6. My 6, 2, 7, 3 is to bubblethroughbheat. 7. My 4, 7, 3 is a liquid used for lighting. ANSWER 1. Lamb. 2. Comb. 3. Cab. 4. Limb. 5. Aim. 6. Boll. 7. Oil.-COLOMB?IA.
A FORCIBLE ARGUMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889
A FORCIBLE ARGUMENT. An eccentric but''muzoch.resepected old minister to tho North of Scotland, while preahingo,wae greatly annoyed by some of the farmers who slept doring the sermon. One abbath'afterpobn'he became so exa? peruted by the osnoring of n man jolt below the pulpit that he lifted up the big bible and let it drop on the sleeper's head, exclaiming as he did so, "Gin ye'll no listen to the word, by my faith I'see mak' ye feel it."
CULINARY MAXIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889
CULINARY MAXIMS. Good bread needs no trumpet. To the lean pig a fat acorn. Of soap and ove, theo first is best. MIore die of food than famine. Constant ropititiun cloys the taste. .IA sharp toothddhbard bread. Good management is better than good in. come. . Handle the pudding while'itlis hot. - Bracklsh water is sweet in a drought. loch money, many dishbes; little money lit tle wishes. Don't clean your fsh till yon catch them A hungry stomach is ready for anything. Let fancy and judgment, not cost, prepare ll your 'dlshes.' It Is a poor goose that will not baste her Let the company be neither noisy nor moute. It is a strange salt fish that no water can freshen. A capon eight months old te fit fora king's table. ' Live to-day-to morrow may be too late the wise lived yeatesday.. Whatsoever was the father 'of a disease, an ili-dlot was the mother. He who knows how to eat and what to eat has no need of a dukedom. The host is a bing supreme ; a disloyal fUest an abomination' Guide your t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 22 May 1889
Special Advertisements. EASY TIME-PAYMENT SYSTEM. No Derosi No INTrarsdI No SECURITY. Fr2om&. poe wek and upwards. CHAB. H. GIIOTH, WATONNAHIAE & JEWELLER, 10 HiGE-STREET. ST. KILDA. Waktcl1mnor to HEis 1Th,,cy Sir Arthur E Kooaody, p.C.MO., CS..,to OoHoluor ofQooolzod. A floo assrtment of Watchoa Clockcs, aid Jowol. lery always as stand WATCHES. CLOCKS. Si JEWELLERY REPAIRED. Jowoll,, y Mad, to Oodo C A U T 1 0 NI ' DON'T VISIT BURTON'S STATIONERY AND FANCY GOODS 'EMPORIUM., THE PRICES ARE IBRESISTAILE. Albums, from 2s...; Scrap Albums, from 41di Lethor Purses, from 9d.; Brackets, from 41d.; Memondam Books, from 6d. per doz. Hand Bags, Plush Frames, Baskts, Doll, Toys, Fancy and Commorcial Stationery, etc., etc., AT UNHEARD OF PRICES. Note tho Addrssa 31 CHAPELSTREET, PIR sAN, (Opposita Nath?'s -H. Weekes, LME Ai, CEMENT MERCHA.NT, M,,oern.oood. Hawksbou (neOr Wiiams oood). LT HE and Ceoout uoloodod otToornok Sidi e ndoppONi to Oh, d% at1,,O ohan o. boorn prices. LE...