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STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

STAMP DUTIES. A Id. s?anIp is ullttcient for all cheques, no matter what thle amount droiWl may I ; but in thie cse of bills of exehnlge and promissory notes, thie duties are to be reg.u Itted acceoling to the value of the dome mI 0t, as follows: Not exceling £2 ... ... d. E;eeadling £25, and not exceed ing .C50 ... ... ... Is. Exceeding C£,o, and not exceed. ing £75 ... ... I. ;d. Exceeding £75, anld tnot exceed. ing £ 0 ... ... ... 2. Where it exceeds £100I the fee will tihe, be calculateid at the nllu of Io. for every £50 iteove tllelt amouolt, or frlctionlll ipa of £50.

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ST. KILDA SWIMMING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

ST. KILDA SWIMMING CLUB. The annual ladies' day in connection with the above club was held on Saturday at Hegnrty's Baths, St. Kilda, and proved most succesaful, both numerically and pecu niarily. About 1,500 spoetaltors were pre sent, and an extra platform was erected as additional necommodation for them at the far end of the trnthe, where the South Mcel bourne Military Band was also stationed, and played selections of mutic durilng the afternoon. The wea.ther was line, though the fresh breeze blowing in from the sea rendered the water lumpy, and nludte it rather laborious for the switmmers. The dresses wont by the e.lcpetitorn were taste. ful, and their sullticiency had been guar anteed by at special ittspectioll com. mittee. Interers?e:ell mongt the races were exhibitions of high diving, and of different nm?les of enterilng the water, whlich provoked imuch amusement, while Messrs. A. Watt, .1. F. lHolland, J. J. Blake and W. Dogherty, wlho were effectively costumed, went throught...

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CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

CONULNDIIUMt. 1. When tnmy a great thinker he .wid to have water on the brain t 2. What nation il Africa is like the Youngest elars in school I 3. When is coffee like the elrtll [The above plzzles will be repeated on Satunlay, o, as to bring tile chllange an loulneUll last Saturday into opealtion. In fatroe tile puzztleswill appear on Satunalys and the aonswers? Wedll?lests. We hllave to thank our young friendotsfr the sutpplies of new puzzles, etc., that are fltorwarded. The kindness is appreciated, and shows the inteet taken he tlli departltent of the paper.- -ED.]

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THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. ST. KILDA ELECTORATE. THE HON. JAMES CAMPBELL AT THE ST. KILDA TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

THE PAwAT.uNTARr ST. KILDA ELECTORATE. I ,dlfcrr l l?O--'?'7 i,? .riot THE .HON. JAMES CAMPBIIELL AT I THE ST."I?lllFA"TbiOWh ff'ttL. c On Monday evening last the St. Killan Town Hall was crwided in every part by clectors for the loon , of nelt , Iar htt addies? of-the lhn. atima . h is desirous of retli.;ri?lff-Ft leelerne of r St. Kilda in the Ib.elilative Assembly. On the platform beside-that hon. gentleman tamed.twere jr. it, Tl: ipvICh anud lMesr??. M'Cutcheon, Newton, Blartlel, I'iewiig, Egglestone and Lnrmer. Mr..f. T.' CrAeuh ri.e and nai ie he l been requested by the cnmmittee that had been formed for the purpose of securing the return of the Ilnm. ames Camlbell to take the ehair'til?eA ceidi'g and it now became his duty itoitonluee to them hinth gentleman, who, from pastt experitence and from hi'mgeienthml nttiiitnmeots, i~hc in every way a worthy and litting representa tive. It was tie )l.dY1 of 'et ery elector to stoure the very ,ls pog?ble repe?eiit i ve lt the ouse oe ...

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AS WE GO TO PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

AS WE GO TO PRESS. The report of yesterday's Stt. Kilda ýollce court is held over, and will appear in our Saturday's issue. Last Sunday, on the occasion of the Sunday School anniversary, the Bishop of Melbourne, Dr. Goe, preached in the morn. Ing at St. Matthew's Church, Prahran, taking his text fromi the 13th chapter of St. Matthow, 24th and 25th verses. In the afternoon and evening the Rev. Canon Langley preached.' The congregations were very large on each occasion, and a marked feature of the services was the singingoe the children. The school pienic takes place to.morrow. SIMessra. Haynes, Boyden and Wilson announce an auction sale for Monday next at 11 a.m. on the premises, 4? and 48 Rochester Terrace, St. Vincent Galens, Albert Park, of a superior lot of household furniture and effecta in good condition. Our. report of Monday night's council meeting, together with a large quantity of other matter, is held over till Saturday, owing to the demand for elcetioneering matter. m le....

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A LITERARY CURIOSITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

A LITERARY CURIOSITY. [.Not only have the lines each been elee d from their diffrclt auotlors or po to "na :0bc1y1,i po10F1. ia1ijself, but the 1tidal ]alterso of tie nam10of the0 poei.Il1 tilhors spelt dowlwavn0ls 1will forml 0 four 0tlresting and weoll-k.nown proverbo.] hawery eysun bta1 1nad1:0O •' .4 goly l et.", ,' . " I K4n E A :. And'ali the e:r 1i ' i" ' hahed in 'il 1 1i'ii. 0 WiL0 Ih 'e m et . " ,':: 'n .:. t al iT ? - illnOiihe lia.sslIcat fo good and ill. EM??lTT. hle rainbow now is kissing. with thle sea. TRAIL.. The dodo lenavesitshome h e; 01 i ,,R 111100 tIlh rokf. " r.nk?n, " lwar0 lesoincomiRgse?ts " ' ,, Audmnarks thtickhtilgof "' 'Of yon palace clock. ErIE. Lrose without a thorn ,hall . never be. T? anoonn. The fairaest flow'rs of ear th are sweetly twined. HENRY. ud Sillor' oal go pllasil- . ing o'er the sea. E?GBERT. Or through the silver ten lolls of the mind. UNNWIN. Ihosnow is lying in the un-.kissed pond. S. AUL. And Farmer Gray is ofl hlihonmewarl roll. rL...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 13 February 1889

Ki:.vTrxt: l'ott?,flt"t dtt?ugtJgy l , Fl,-,, Moths, Hectlhi, an all other insects, .whlllt quite Illlllesa to d eullltic animals. It st lermlilltllsg liectle tile t utcce. of this p.'der is extltortill.,y. It in pcr yllu Iulutilau -ist ttti a. tuulit.ttillo aye ou , nLal, ine lutetuilat. uold iu 'fin, -thl., Is., stu 2.. ld. each, by all chcnist. llluu?l ' l. ills.--han e of wealther: freqluetly 'i op1'· )tl' " .,oullo who tllre iii ureful of titeir health, al portleulh in thleir lict. Theneruorrectiue, purifying, an gentle aperient Pills are the best remedy for allt efecti ve action of the digestive frlts. .T'lluu;u ttgilllt tiu e au t etite, teullgtlell thlu tutoIItI I. ucrl'lct ttiliuslu tsu , and carry off all.tlht is noxlt fromn the systemt. Hlluloway'- I'ills are compoied of rare blhalm?, ulixed with htecr matter, anll o that accounlt re peculiarly well udaptel ftor tie. yonug, clicateL. and uatl. ., this peerlhe. medicin, a?n? ittn. l fultu' in the ll s , I ? will'Ill' pl)?s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889

Drapers'and ,Clotliers:' Exhibition WOOLLE:N'S'!!! EOPLE reluoirig a NE SUIT of CLOTHES to attend the forthcoming Elections, would do well to CALL AND INSPECT THE LARGE STOCK Exhibition, Mosgeil, AND Colonial, I, rizeTweeds, P. GARDINER,. &., CO.'s, THE. Londonand. American:Tailors, 54 05f~t.1* tTyEET~ .1 11 At A H It A N?. AvN 12I1 .ULAOIOS-iDO-ST., SOUTH er 2IOUItISt. The Goods we are now wtuvertl*ing were mnnufactured;experýl yilt I(he ,! Melbourne International Exhibition, So taonPrch r n?y' Dp3nend-.unn Securing A FIRST-CLASS SUIT At 100 percent. BELOW ITS REAL VALUE. COLONIAL GOODS: Specinl line Trousen:: ... 2s. Od. All Wool Suits ... ... Ils. Also, .. Special line at ... ... s. s.. 70 n. MOSGOIIL GOODS: Suits ... .. s. ..3 70x. 7Ts. Blue Serge Snits'.: . .: Black antd Blue Worsted } fitS, bound ... ... i 6,., worth 80s. INTENDING. P.UltcHA?IlERS I"/ f!SHOULD f " /' . ' !i1 C 031 E A, tLY Secure First',.r Pick, A t hdil i+' ' al; a jli /i; ' ; TttI1I With, II A 'GI1NL...

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PROBATES GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889

PROBATES GRANTED, I'l?r he+ IhVe i?xte grltitdl rhiring tilhe wlek ill tle t foliwhing cnitle. :-- ht. 1, ltaxr, l t1i toi..rio. rc.uth Yarn't. 2, 10; ItRolert Gaskin, 'Vtlui-h.-tre.et, St. Kihlia, ,22:!:: ,Ine Spi:ln I lintcr, Illkcrllllll .trcet.SI. Kithln, C:1,:to0; ,.Ina liaudrtson,32 tlaontal:-rl. N'mid lnr., tlt1ott : Itloblla inith. Alhnl mtr,:2 t.. So?ith Yarra, till ; -..1100; William i. .\hlwell, IIlIgh.-treet, it. Kiihl;a, ItL-_ . [,ftlf ,- of ladministm tion were pint grnttdt itt tin tntt of iGeorge I\'. GCilat, of Illglt-rltret, lMalvcrn, £,;,000.

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WORTH BEARING IN MIND. FORTUNES IN PRINTERS' INK. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889

WORTH BEARING IN MIND. 4 - FORTUNES IN PRINTERS' INK. Dlon't expect an advertisemcnt to bear fruit in one night. Bread is the staff of human life, nud advertising is the,staff of business. You can't cat enough in a ?Week tp last a year, and you can't ndvertise on lthnt plan either. A thing worth doing .is: worth doing well. A thing worth adlvertising is worth adlvertising well. The enterprising advertiser plover that he understands how to buy, because in ald vertising he knows how to sell. If you can arouse curiosity by an adver tisement, it in a point gaindi. Tie fair sex don't hold all the curiosity in tihe world. e'cople who advertise once only in three months forgot that most folks cannot re member anything l]oger than three days. Quitting advertising in dull times is like tearing out a dam because water is low. Either plan will prevent good times from coming. A constant dropping will wear a rock. Keep dropping your advertisements on the public, and they will soo melt undler ii....

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FARRIERS AS "VETERINARY SURGEONS." [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889

FARRIERS AS "VETERINARY SURGEONS." A very idtere.tin t":, tt fart wa, Itrfoe~ i Sthe ?. Kiil,!n Iollrtl yetrlay, when . Da-nie. I).iel BlC!ly arid Stuart l.blertiun, loM t .l rlncktnitlt,. were nl atle LL fI1! itti?ratre of tlhe V't'trintary Ittn for urling the wortl ' veterin try" il colllltion with thle tlname undl ht'l-iout oIf t(ir l tloitu forge., which i et trary thI prnvi ion, oflth \'uletri:narj'Surruien .cLt of 157. Mr. S~lnowhal.l, w"i) appl.aed to pns(lltlcut oi bihif uof the artltdsra|i that Iurlklu Ltt beenou iinerteI in thie itipntlin??a :it G(ottr.intinl.iit t;.1t-i lll ,t i i, l ito h farriu the illega lituf , ",.lling thi n II ~elve? vetorinary tllgeoli , orlof in th11 tillilll "veterinllrLy at nil. iltllh .31tur... Oldham nti Jertt, who lrell l um ou tike p:?, i l IIIIn Ih litrts.)+ co!'a1il a foruttl inticn shoetl, have heell served up.l . l ll it, Iflll,, ans mld if thely compliel withi it nl prceetdinsu t?huhl tr e -lh tIllt tl ; they twere inclinl Ito nlisi+ th...

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STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889

STAMP DUTIES. A Id. stamp is sulliciont for all chclle, no matter what the amount drawn may he; but in tie case of bills of exchange and promissory nots, the dutisn are to be regn. lated acceonling to thie value of the docu ment, as follows: Not excereing £25 ... ... 6d. Exceeding £25, and not exceed ing £50 ... ... ... s. Exceeding £50, and not exceed ing £75 ... .. Is. Od. Exceeding £75, and not exeeld Ing 100 ... ... ... 2s. Where it exceeds £100 the fee will then be calculated at the rate of Is. for every £50 above tlht amount, or fractional part

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RELENTLESS DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889

RELENTLESS DEATH. Itth h ts b:@ particlttt.ly tuy of atut .i toe G'ittin t +inityo Durut tout It ILI t)Tl I r so,) i I llel' l t fla ip lIlflll|l 'i o+f the f, ilyl havel x beent leillved y thte ''grtttttu tntg?ue," thit lalttt bwing Ir?. Arni.Lubyo thiut utLittt foutl, Di.+tlotut, Wial'oh, hlo tilol on 'lTut , y l ,t. lht e i, , c,, l, dl to w-, it teo lifty-Ilthini yeau, wtutu 0 niutur :tu." I'. 31. Uri tlint, ut Illlt?ll fi t thl :t C tlllit:It l Itlll: , wh -. t++ther \vil-l t, 1th r ilnmberOfthe ftttnti], haIve t-ue uynulthty of thitir maly IriulI, in therhr tvem.nt.

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A REMARKABLE CASE. Under the above heading the Donator Reporter, of July 6th, 1887, publishes the following in its editorial columns. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889

A REMARKABLE OASE. Uudor the above hIdaling the Doneretr qleinorlr, -f Jdl llth, 1887, publishoe the lollowlng in He Skltorneltnolgumt. Our readers may recall the circumstances of a ybung elerk, named Arthur Richold, falling Insensible on the Wheatlcy Line in this town someno time ago, and being picked up, ne he cgntlnnht perfectly hkeol?g e, and taken in n cab by two 1,ntlemej to the ofltee of F. W. Fisher, l?q., the solicitor who employed him. On restoring him to consciousness It was ascertained he was naflited with what seenmed to be an incur hble discaw. When he was auble to speak he said he had been to his dinner and was on his way back to his work, when: snt denly his head was in a whirl and befellin the street like a man who is knocked down. Ont coing to his senses in the solicitor's office he tlhought wht w this.might mean, and feared he was going to have a fit of illness, which we all know is a very dread lul thing for a poor man with a family to care for. With this in his ...

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A FRIENDLY GAME OF BOWLS. MR. WILLIS' HAPPY IDEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889

A FRIENDLY GAME OF BOWLS.. 5Mrt. W\\LLIrt' IAPP''Y IDEuA. At the invitntion of Mr. Stinutel Willit, .1.P.. about 51) gentltmun nuasunboled onl thu Mlt31tourne Ilowlitg rten, Windlsor, on Thurday. wheun it frinutlly gpumn wao t iplayed between the .Mlbourlne club ault thile ne?ly-forme City of 'rtllhran club. After two hatur play the result favored tle formtur clnb, the Ptlmhran lplaym- being counosierbb y "of " on the Splendid ly kept greu at W'indlnor, which is a se:dded eantra.t to their owt 'Hul' . The afterouuu u a thuoroughly clljyel by all prlowt. n)l eforeu ,lipller ilg ht,.rtty cheerPI- wer gui for the 1Me1 bournlle cluba, chelll , tmo?u hearty still, for it worthy presidenllt. Mr. Willis, wtho, ill atddl?reinlg thu colpalnUly, clprelu d l plea?ure, and the plea?ure of his club, in teting thet visiting club that atfternoono Chelos were thlen givenl for the viuitolu, td lr. J. . W. ltad,. vice prieidi;ltt of tiht 'lruthrntl club. re:tullull. Tihe visitors were thcll sollwl ov...

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VARIATION OF CLIMATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889

VARIATION OF CLIMATE. , Old colonist, ?ay that some thirty years ago the wcverity of the winter wao not no goreat as it has been of into yeanrs, and tlhere was then, especially in the interior of Aas tralia, a comparative imnunity from coldsb, coughs anl affectioas of te chest and lulngs. New chunms and very many others now know by frequently painful experience that this stste' of things no longer c.'ists, and that around the coit line of this continent, etpecially where there is na considetable populatiol, colda, cotghs and such like aflfetionsare vely prevalent in the winter. Last seasso numerous tretimonials were ognt to the local proprietors of Dr. BeIu mont's Brazilian Bnalsan, certifying to its wonderful cuartive propierties. Mr. J..Mil ler, of Izlctt.strect, PIran an, wrote: "Last week I luul a severe eough, which prevented ton clecping._.cyeial oiights,.when I got a bdttle of your ltaumont's Brozilian Balsam, from which, after taking three doses, 1 found iommense relief, in ...

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CYCLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889

'rile ý~,:tlia Iivtrtct Cycling Club run to (to t ,tludy, utartiug at 2 p.m. salrp.

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SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889

SPORTS COLUMN. o RIC K C IT T. -4---·-- S yl 0. C. The St. Killni Club meeot the'well-klnow Jntlors (the Ormond C.C.) to-day oi the St. Kilda ground. The match should be a verylnterestig' oie." ', The former club are very jubilant over thei:r defeaLt of tUie-Iit. ournce last iatrrdrly; The St. IKilla cricket ground wvill bclthl ecen of a very goode'afternoon' spoirt this -lay- fortnight.- The. 'variotus Friendly Socletics in this district iavre mde arrange. fiiets- wliereby a football match"htill'hl i eyed litwreecn-thie st. tKiltitChO tfi d another lit.l-rate premier elub. The pro. ceeds are to be devoted to the Alfred rHos. pital fumnd, alml as tcveCl other attractions haebccll e dlded tothe progeramne, a heavy gate shrdld be the result. S'I r ev Wetcrloe lir ry jIttfrltRl ' re: So rthu,, ?i? tit cc {nll o 1ci.,lvh. lo~dnp *r-• W J" c" c r.-,!', !e- , nleet:tiue hi .Mrttihrdrd?e Ciri er the taltcr-c ground. tIr the event of the former wi. rnirg (as we think iey will) thic match. t...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889

THi: compromise which the. Prahral council endeavoured to effect with tllhe Fire Insuricee Companies' Brigade As sociation has proved entirely abortive. and the councillors, individually amt collectively. should be, and no doubt are, heartily ashamed of the deformed oftspringi-the united result, of twelve massivte intellects-whic'h was presented to them lIst Montlay evenintg by the Fire Insurance Companies. lven ('r. FoIuIis, who avowedly espouses the cause of Mr. STrox and his ro:dtjutirs, could not refrain from an expression i of disaplpointment; and, in fct. all coun cillors appeared disinclinedto louchl the mis-shaper thing, whiich rose like a spectre from the carefully-prepared munidipal admixture oi f vacillatiot, prevnrieatio.l, aind procrastination. The Fire Insurance Companies have girici ously agreed to grant i subsidy to the "of their fire brigade and pant "; but this sulsidy is y ihampereid by so tmany arbitrary conditions that it is rendered not only a useless, but an t...

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LAND RACKET REMINISCENCES. A LOCAL CONCERN UNDER A CLOUD. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 16 February 1889

LAND RACKET REMIVNIS CENCES. A LOCAL. CONEIIN USDEIIt A CLOUD. 'I'nward~ 1, tit " tI~ltwron I rentlloi~l'llle. " i of thle late " land b 0,t.1 " the 00 ,, ,,. lillU nod jeIiVoe i, I'.ei Lanll Ce II .rc A. fo.d. 111.11in:: ti OIIIIIIeuIIVIt. In thlis companyltl~ cm;\ty l'. M.I)Ii acutiiugct ore . tereste, , .111.1 lIt rere. 'te II...t..e g.l.e next Ii'eee" for nyn in ionkllill f(1rtr11T1 to will, illlPIrt eI.IeeIIdeeo the ouirny ofeltic.,,he pulic lt, toll ltcir Inltegrtlly. t'hilel! t a-pots Ate of while Ilereclele elo~ illnl cl eIererk bno k et lIned witl wnlclitg.

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