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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
lICLAhTI~nS t~OWItUIt" tootroIYt) 1Itoyr Firn, Mit11, I 1crte, on I nll tlrlscr thudln loloote ti, toler, to to oole i totonotoa . In escnteennnnnglier~Btle thle onlcero of th~in j'oonoor in ertmonlilnory. It in Icer feetly icon Itonioloitctoiinol. t Rctioeoontcin yen purohltoo in K'lo.clso' toot, no iottoitoonlon coo noxtooto Rnnoi lllo niioe.uo tould in~''il -6,1., in., toll ~o. lii. norhl, b~y Ii chonlooisia. Foolish mnn.--1 seunt 10s. on. bnuul An~dit mn~k me adi. Wise Irlnn.-I spenlt 2s*. on glniwni And Ii na ad ma glad. Pmlima MarlkL on Satualnay. A 'Tl.AVEYLLRt'S tIXPItEIttiNCti. The well-known popuhlr lecturer tild tcceeful miiniter, ?iev. E. Armtsttong 'elfer, vrtitintg fiont A.\ucilnd, New Zea land, to the pIrprietor, lller date March 21(th, tSd,' ga., " | laive. pleatnre in ::lying thrat I .atte found your iti. aItennonti ihmtilinn Italsan of great nle for a cold nld tightne-s on the chest. I can cheer filly recomltltd i to till who stlfotr in the breathing tubet, alrn co...
AND SO SAY ALL OF US. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
AND SO SAY ALL OF US. ---4~-- The national toast " Australia" was recontly proposed at a gathering of the Hamilton branch of the A.N.A. in the following glowing terus: "It needs no eloquence to ask you to infuse into it a rousing enthusiasm, Lot patriotism flush' your veins, let hope lighten your eyes, lot joy pervade 'your entire being while you drink to Australia, the land of psc:o, and plenty . tije laud of l,:lnpi?ess aid prosperity, the home of Adami Lindsay Gordon, of Ken dall, and ,of lMarcus Clarke; Aus tralia, the hlnd of workers, each striv ingg for eoulmonlu weal;, Austtrli,? the lhnd of art anld siensei and of -liter ture, the land of law and order and religion, the land of brave men anll soldiers, of good women and true; but above all, Australia, the land of liberty, 'of' freedom,4of urlity, and imperishablo loyalty."
[?]HE SINFULNESS OF "POCRISY." SERMON BY UNCLE MOSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
E SINFULNESS OF -.pOCRISY." 31RMON BY UNCLE MOSE. arly bcrlubbered breddorn and n-and 'specially cistern-I per to make a few remarks on dis solemnioUs erkashun on de sin ss oh 'poorisy and deseatfulness. : great many folkses take off dar n wid dnr Sunday close and it up in do closet so dot hit be fresh and nice for do next y. Dar's seborlI gennermen in •eah congregnshunll what walks in.nrm wid Satan ontil day es de church door. 13ruddor son yer neCn't try ter hide yor El yer wans ter cloak yer sins will hab ter hld, a cloak made ter r. Dar aint no ready-made ones stores what7's big enuff. ascat an a tough game to play essferly. W Oen yer tries tar win en ace high do world calls-yer a small pair ob duces. Deacon igmss, as you was 'dited by do grand jury you kin explain dam uical terms ter dem members of ongregaslhu l what don't know in' . about gamballin'. Dar's Is few of 'em present, I notises. are nuffin more hypercritcle den ,l Mister Opie Road, ob do an?? Tral.Jr, says on dis sub...
A MUCH COURTED WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
A MUCH COURTED WOMAN. ----4-e- It was reporte:l very recently that the wh I o 1 Mr. FrNdn Leslie, who is pro. priotrcco of.a popular New York paper, oawl to woman of colusidemblc wealth, ac quired wholly by her own enterprise, de. clin? io0.cualrtfit anry matrimonial offeo. She 11 i,pcrhajps one of tlhe mlost lasiduouly courc:l;woon of the age. So numerous are tlhe offers of ma:rriage to her, that she is compelled to oend out printed circulars ;t replics in Ithe notlctiv iusta?l of letters, the writing of which would occupy too muchtl, of her valriable tir. She is c pro. ticient athlete, r? extensive traveller, and au accolnoplished hlay.
OUR BI-WEEKLY SERIES. NEWSPAPER AMENITIES. AS OTHERS SEE US. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
UR BI-WEEKLY SERIES. •NfEW'SI'I'EIt AMENITIES. iS OTIIEItS SEE US. I ahlitiun to the numerous press notices dy publishedu in reference to the re change inl this journal, the following _nly criticidots are extracted from our col cuontemporaricd : he0 oirou Ilntsi det.-" The paper Is I pritne, and the reading matter gener i of an interecting and racy chmtctoer, ving evidencc of spirited management." i ,ewr .Ifcrcry.-r . . . . Its get sa wonderful implvreoent on the old lntre Jrte PIre.--" .... Thoe or ha- muchl imlpuvcd in appearance, we have litllt doubt, undeCr the lpsenut it l; tlalnagement, the new departure prove a succe's." l- . . .. The energy and ex Cea ou its leading light is butliciet to re for it aitl venl ioleuce ofuo l career s ne style thlian it had during its pre y thirty years' existeuce. Its personal tarance is decidedly attractive, and tas tubint the tqualities of a family atnd I Paler, we may predict a big future for it is lte ftit suburbant bi-weekly ever ishot in ...
CONUNDRUMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
1. When my'a greatletinker be said to have water doi thed'lirai .i 2. Whattnation in' AfrIa is like the yiugest clasi's iii soleol 3. When is coffeie like the earth 1i 1. When ah oeea (al notion) in his head. 2. The A I.'C-inlas (Ahbysiianl.) 3. Whenl it is groiund. Ansrer. have.been received is follows 11. GGillespie, hteil College, St. Kilda, answers the Hlour.eGlass, Double Ascrotic, Knight's Puzzle, Thel Poem, The Charade, anlld Conullrumd No. 2 and 3. IRacl'aell Ylinlay, Williams-road, Windsor -The liour Gla's, Double Acrostic, Poem, i?nigl,'s Puzzle, aild Conundrum No. e.' i J. CMorgan, Soutli Yarr -The "HIor Glass, )oublle \croetic, Knight's Puzzle, Charade, Poelm, and Conunllldruls Nos. Alice Stephens, Albert-street, Windsor.- The Ilour Glass,, Double .Aierotic, and Conundruml No. 3. F. lerseelI-The Irour Gl?-, The I'oem,u Double AcrAe tic, aridl Couilhum No. 3. L. Stabbl, 'Lewisham-roadl, Widusor The tlourGlase, The P'actm, Double Aerostvlic, aul CoruUriiiiU No. :3. L. Walk...
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
LEGAL DECISIONS ABOUT NEWSPAPERS. --- .i yPerron orterl hie paer to be t?t', hte imt first pay nil arrearn .t ? :lilhhCr may contiuee to sendl it I:1 a t Ins made, anld then collect the et umlt, whether the paper in taken l Me?l co or not. 2. The courts lhave ih : refinslg to tine newspapers tkri li "iIa from the post-ollcc, or re ai0' e!oavllg th Ue unca?ledlfor, Is , i l ldelncu oI lof ntntional fraud.
BRUTAL CREATURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
BRUTAL CREATURES. Orce of a gIel g of bretnl hltrrlkins, named inieil Mn1augan, wis' before thle St. Kildla Cuurty',eterday, clhrgcell itih cleatigen t di. turbance in the Adelclcde Hotel, W'eliitlg. toil-ltreet, at half-past oten o'clock o'h recent Satunlay night. Mr. BIesetll, the landllonl of the hotel, lctpered ill lourtl with lhiseyes l)andagel, idl stanteld 'to thle lhench tlni hle hadl been struck ilt thie eye with ltolne, throwe byes youtlh llnllledl Bright, c ecmpanion of 'the tpiboner. It pllearsc frolnt thie revidelce lthat c mob of larrikins were il tlie bar-rooel' of tite Adelaidce tHotel oei Sitatunliy cvening, tile 9th illct., lnl ll calledi fI r ?hillk. Y~e.ieg lielstall, who twa ill the Ial..tlllelld tile dritke, wlhee o:le of thld follows ~idl hle had not bee secr',cd. .i ]isputu t rose, ancJ Ile t)hiolo geII,' woeore cted ieci Iy l. till. tall, seter, and his sIo. '?Tlihte tihece coneeeenci: throwine g lust ill tlo loor, ,lltl tfter\ardcl iteneW otleoes, the yeole...
THE POET'S CORNER. THE Editor is always ready to receive original poetical effusions, which will be published when suitable. It is desired to cultivate the gift, and render this department of the paper as interesting as possible. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
THE POET'S CORNER. Tuo Edltor is always rudy to rsecle orlelmlf poetlosl effmion, which will o lbpbishedtw-en sultalo. -It is dosired to ouatl ato tho gift, and render this department of the paper as interesting ns phossilemo. "THE HAIRP THAT ONCE." -4-- A correspondent wrrtes on the above subject as follows :- " On looking over and studying the words of tihe above masterpiece of the immortal Moore, T felt that for the first time I had grasped the-full mctuoing of the words, and the effeot'it liiid upon ihe cannot le' described. After reading and re-reading the beautiful lines, it seemed as if it the poemU were not cofm. plete, butthat on indefinaible something were lacking. Periops to give the worls will not he out of plsce : The lharp that once through Tam's hall-, The soul of Musice shed, Now hang as mute ll Tal?'s walls, Asif that soul were lied: So sleeps the pride of former days, So glory's thrill is o'er; And heart that oncebeat high for praise, Now feel that pulse no more! N...
THE CONTRIBUTOR. COMMENTS ON EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
THE CONTRIBUTOR. COMMENTS ON EVIENTS. --e-+ [BY UOllmelAN'.J "Stlroe's my elono, bhot rem too dlneort> To ruu, muk .d tilt at all i moot." i Despite the feact that MHrtln Simn sjen has gone broke ini his hdeavour to instil into the dull and elnycy souls of Victorimis the spirit of song, we iindtllat: lt endeaho l our to retain thei Exhibition orchestr hain been successfl. The? gentlo warblers to the niumber of ,52 are non at tile iAspo' of the colony, and let uo hope for great tlhiins. Had thcy but tlihe-at.Qtc..oineit ting--the soul of onlO?r maing instled of the soul of song, we'd guarantee them a big success. As'it is-well, they won't go broke for, unlike poor Simonsen, they are running on the salary ticket. A sad story was revealed on Saturday night b?"lh i?ttnmptellinit iId| I 4 Inman, nt Fitir .? eo jlijt hINl bIni it, dclic.'o lobalthb in Sydney, ndl her husband,,a commercisl traveller of good repute; had treated her to a trip to Melbourna. She ueie ove .by boat, but en ro...
DOUBLE ACROSTIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
DOUBLtE AcROSTao. The initials read downwards give the name of a place wher~ia great battle wrs fought; the finals give the name of the general of the defeated army. 1. A small bird.. " ' ' 2. A girl's name. 3. A vegetable. 4. To reverberate. 5. A great artist. - 6. A kind of spear. 7. A river in N. America. 8. A musical instrument. anSWER : 1, Wren; 2, Anna; 3, Turnip ; 4, Eclho -W-ATRLOO. 5, Raphael ; 6, Sauce ; , Ohio; 8, Organ-NAroer,.on.
A WELL-KNOWN POEM. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
A W}artL.KiNOw roE:l. On riot ni bet im, onh tir ni(tchlaeC, Tell p~ll nast at~~listl cn beee docoll l!: IRfbl es l onrc ihen' vcric on tniiooi,, Rule lek eve dncyct ni hct nnce. Zoo ooo' in th' oironb cfr'ie tie sen, Iwhe shlip eestill asslhe could hbe; ler sails fron heaIve receiivd no inotioi, The keel Ive steady ionthe oconoo.'
MESSRS. CASSELL & CO., THE POPULAR PUBLISHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
MESSRS. CASSELL & CO., THE POPULAR PUBLISHERS. From the above firm wo lhave re. ceived the January nlumbers of those valuable soreals " Little Foljca," "'The Quiver,"' nl " Cassoll'o i'amily Maga zinc." The productions deserve It place in every home, as audch books do more to idiould 'hhe lives of children andl stimulate them to lives of useful nmis thin, perhaps, ainy other kind of literature published. Cassell and Co. are famous for their illustrations, and in these books many real works of art appear. A most fascinating story is' lnoes runlllig in the " Family lai. gizaihle,' entitled " IMr. " French of Bamseose." Tohe books are publlished in chleap form and may lie obtainied from any of the local bookl?'lers.
ESTABLISHING A NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
ESTABLISHING A NEWSPAPER. It is no easy joke a, pew paper An Amlricap paper, Our Cuntiernt, started sonic time ago under miost favouirble lauspices. It was edited and largely owned by Judge A. W. Tourgec, mid published IU0),000 copies, which barely supplied the orders. "Week by week, however, the circulation dwindled. It was finally removed" to New York, but thero it died slowly but surely, and nearly killed its friells with it, with anxiety and overwork. Nearly £20,000 was sunk in it from first to hlst, land the whole of the property belonging to it has now bece sold for adou.t £4). , .
AGES OF THE ROYAL FAMILY AT THEIR MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
AGES OF THE ROYAL FAMILY AT THEIR MARRIAGES. Her Majesty was 21, her husband being ia few months younger ; Princess Royal was 18, her huseand being 27; the Prince of Wahles was 22 and his bride I9; Princess Alice was 19, and her husband 25; Prince Alfred was 30, and his bride 21 ; l'rincess Helena was 20, and her husband 35; Princess Louise was 23, and her husband 16; Prince Arthur was 29, and his bride 19; lrince Leopold was 29, and his bride 2i; Princess Beatrice 29, and her hulsband 27.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
^ Drapers and Clothiers. [EBTALUIID 1860)] JOHN H. THOAS, (frm:Thsess , Loudon, V·8courfiold end Coultae's, Colliuesstrect), 'Successor to Ocorgo Gissioy and Co., TAILOR AND MEN'S MERCEN, - I itrrsy'strctnt St. KidL, THE "P' E riI I R" TA IL OR PIENM2IER' TAMERCERS 14Th C uie.lst ut, Windsor.' THRILLING. ANNOUNCElMEN'T I Before lying seususrcd oseuhshorouulliind ssath: TENSE SE STOCK, Whtch w rue cl Jnring nt Priceus ulthrts Unherd of ln'Pnsuhs. -W-- WHOLESALE Note thU Follouinu Prices (Iur Trouser...:. ... lIi. Oil OurTrouserisndl s .Ve Tliel. :Our Suit ... .. 4th.' Oi Oversoit ... ... so. ld. CLOTHING! O- Uliuque Dlss, Fsuk; nusd Bufesrt Sioit to Osiels yL SkilhvlArt iits. C innltitia ii this Iul,;L Dtisiiiii 1 CONIPA'NY. Vstruou ios suly us S uulsns sresiriug the uisuuied uttusbtiu wuich his ehs rsshous ssesine this eatnbliahment. . SFIT AND WORKMANSHIH GUAURANTEED, JoHN R. SiADIISft Stnnuuer .i ,. , ,,PEELnffNAE rlY NOTICE1 -,,:!i l~i: . !r.....;1·! "",.+ ,,,,r lt'yl~ "r 1,1 1.1...
INLAND PARCEL POST. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 20 February 1889
,;,, INAID :PARCEL POST. Oc. ' ? - . O ,T J - 1unittf w clght of parcel 7,b,. tw hoee mails ?ao covOyeCd oil hortseback, the limit. is tlb.) . ... ,' , Limitot ; ,int of :parcel, ;ft. (ti. ht length, or Gft. in girth nulld lngt tli com ,bintil. . .. i1 Po tfi('s to lie'jileiiiitl by staut?) :- l ti ` . l711), .. 'It ft t ',.i 1I C :tt : 21