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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

Drapers and Clothiers.... Exhibition WOOLLE'INS'!!! PEOPLE requiring a NEW SUIT of CLOTHES to attend the forthcoming Elections, would do irell to CALL AND INSPECT TIIE T,ARGE STOCK. , or Exhibition, TA7 Mosgeil, AND .:3JAB: Colonial Prize Tweeds, N 0 ON V I E AT P.' GARDINER "& CO.'S, London and American Tailors, O CHArPEL-STREET, P AH A A N, Near Town Hall, :: AND 121 ULUA.LieDON-ST.. SOUTH 0 I0EIdOU?SE. The Go0ds we :ie now adverti? il aere manufactured exuirensy'for the Melbourne International Exhibition, So any Purcli.er may Depend on Securing .. A FIRST-CLASS SUIT At 10o per cent. BELOW ITS REAL VALUE. ts Note the Prices. COLONIAL GOODS: SPECIA, iLINE .TR4lOUSElI. 1s. io ALL WOOL SUITS ...... 42,. Also, SPECIALi LI $S AT ... r O r.S. 8 60s..7t. MOSGEIL GOODS: SUITS... ... ... ... 65. 70s. 75s BLUE SERGE SUITS ... 60s. BLACK AND BLUE WORSTED SUITS, bound , ... Otr.,,worthl0s. INTENDI)NG PUltOIIASERIS SHOULD CO E E A L Y Sediic e First Pick, As tlhero is 110 doubt .; THER...

Publication Title: Prahran Telegraph, The
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OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. TO-MORROW'S SERVICES. SEXAGESIMA SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

OUR LOCAL CHURCHES. TO.MloUIIoW'8 nH VI(:I:S. SeXAUNIMIeA SUNDAY. The Ilreclhere in the unllermeeetleed er"hundleel.11,movo. are an felloe-: LLNIXTe C1UIIeJ11, It. Kl/lla - Move; ill, 11111 evelling- I9eT Ceeuech, Hl. Killa-Merele; tI ev. J. ttnldley.ln e; eeueine, hey1. 1'11ee1 itickie1ee; T. nol.e' L'U IlllYTEIIAe Celet:II. C;ant Xt. Killie-)-fur;;ing ad uveel e g, Ilev. J. Cionlee MIckie. MARTIN's (llee;;l;, 1Ltaekiurel Meornig and el enlng . litl E'ee CliUI(ce, Nlilvelcve-Mor; 1119 11;l uvceileg Itcv, C. J. tiaehy, il.A AtlkeC lAPTIeT unneolo, (tecil flie. -Meruieg, Mr. J. H. eeody; eveuilig, lIe. 0itIeeM n lieth. ntil CIenlcIeN MEre DIlT CIIUIICIIr heat,4 lr,.le-.e - Mlernleg, 11ev. 11. OCeelleck; ov cul g. Mr. Ii. C. Clte;.. lt9 CccRllAeeCIIe.le,.ea u Counccl Illdcl(IS1lly Ce· 4 Ic Ee. - rellieg, lIt". OV. Aliel1; evce ccp ; 1kev. 1). ileeylea ll f New lalehi.ir). 7hofie L'rilnrll ei1luU ii. l 1e e11 1.011 be - 1.0119 7h nltu syr : arc 1111111111+ thatl the netter .;1,eel1u t,...

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DISTRICT NEWS. OAKLEIGH [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

DISTRICT NEWS. [P.(F on O ,rs. Co UiponDiEiNr.] A ]larvett Ye,,l,.t service will it ?i Iti Holy Trinity Cthurclh III Ttetlay tenit gine, nt tight o'clock, tile npreacher ting lt tier A. C. Kellhway, 3.A., of St. antwit' i?thnirtli, Mcllnire. I)ollnltions f fruit, Jlowtr.ts. and veget;ablcs will lIc c.itlat the cthurn't ini the afttrnoont of heleday. SIIIecttiiig ,f the AImatCur Athllet.ic Club at held ot T'Jur"nrLy night, at the ortsti' Arln Jlotil, whll it I ai eitl to hirill their tirst ~)onlt oen l,,iiter l clity on the criciket grounni, 4,uither ecting takls place Icxt ThtYI?"y to rntupa, piIrogra?ttwltw. CI forltnllately hllcl?e ae Fsevuml can?n~ of Yhid fever i and aroundOll klt) eigh, alnld w deatht hatvu alulw y occllrred. tr. iKey' suipii.tir- wtill hiild ir mICtill it lt .Mechanic'. t.lilul iinext i aon M iiy Ieing ,l finrm ii Iiiilittee. M1:'. lKey is ie, y Mr. It.t ii ny, dicitiU,. it int . it. .O Seyelour, uf ?Oltth YurraI .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

I' Ity the ohwtl, cloease thoe tomnch, uutl ,.w~ct llh breath, with 1)r. toulo't AnurothOlO hIp Iiut lto" "" KoEtrt510 tfownhtti" dhoesroyt Uoiri, tl co+, .ittlt', thectlhe, omh all other insects, wit cimhitiehee to lometoato animals. In est cxiii itl~tg thoetln the sacceao of thiskletwtlsr i ijoratoonlinaty. It Is per fcctli cly '.tit opllikotwii. oe eth articlo vct ptell c1 is " K1ttAxtta," nn iwltitItous nro itlotti 0n.l 1louttenltoa. Slilln T~ns itI.., ohi Ys. Itt. cacti, hy~att cltoniikts Special Advertisements. OFFICE ROY raule~l at oaco. Apply. Cant. Wuy 8aL. Scez rolulnoal-attet, Oakleigh. X ANTEW DESPECTABLE BOY, apply Y latgllrr'a l Hurlooluthic PLuruul 81 C, 1.1 StCYING PC d yu. G IIL, naolxt, I I B, hou .Iwurk; x,,11 (11,1>. 6001 hLolllr for rualleettlllu, tu~lyloIu little girl. App'ly MI.Y. otlleu Pr hruu l'rlclnllpt. r {MES ANDREWS Bubllc, Hnrnlc nap . Clr.,r, :.. Sitroet tSt. KIO..so a po~ilo 'oxtul~cu. Repllrx of erery description 1,1tly 111.1ru110 tl. enLutnl SUC...

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THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

THE PARLIAMENTARY ELEC TIONS. ----4-- - i Silce our last issue several changes have resulted in connection wnith the electionl compaign in tlhe St. iKilda anl South Yarra electonrtes, more espeially St. Kilda, from whence the Ilon. Jas. Campbell has levant-' ell. One new candihidte, (Cr. Connibuere, ha cone forwardnl, and it is also almost certain that Mr. It. Murray Smith will woo the electors. In Sotith Yarn, Mr. lllaushard annnounceu himself sn a candihlate in op-; position to Messrs. Chapmnan enll ITnrris.; The Pr.lhralne candidatesn are still n quartettc. A geimral spirit of activity prevails in thoe three electorntes. The Liberal cancous Ia been hehl, and, if: we, except the. re?ppointmlent' of Mr.i Deakin as leader of the Liberal party, praeticelly nothing whatever ?nws done. Tihe feeling appeared to be that the Coa'lition Government should be continued. If, however, a majority of staunch Liberals" were retnrnled at the ensuing electione wliicth, it was conidlered, waihld pro...

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THE PRAHRAN ELECTORATE. MR. E. J. DIXON AT THE ROYAL. GEORGE HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

THE IPRllAIIIt?? EIE.trolR., MIll. E. J. DIXON AT TirIE IRoYA.. GOEOQGE: HOTEI,. A laugelgty-atteiotedattln itlucential mncect ing of the fricltds atd o Ulitttrtert ot Mr. E. .I. Dlxon wIa heli at th.e Royal Georg Hlltel oi Tuesday evenilng lot, Mr. ykhl; i.1.., bilhg votal to tlic oh1;,.. ntr. l.Uoolr oii thl t he o ?,t oture that that meeuting tso the pl]ne fOr p0ceech making. hlit r.Tthir tlihat thLy were tihere hor thle IUttrpo: of fortlitg tihemselves into Soonomittee to secure his rtlurni; but ]ie aupposel he shoultl give them omocttlitttg of Iis political vietu hflto h addrIto ,reed ur mublilc neotlng to hu hIlil in thle Town. Ilall. Hie own. not a stranger, oull ho, ,vould not iMvo'heoa in hli prenor t ipooitionl lad not t l.olto culo intlloettiol ctioU of: tle Prahran eluootr r?tlquesled hirm to colu. tot the soat, and he wcis well ploacota0. he Itrurance of sllpport that hIe oh io celved. oHe was not a pt c etioist for tile lay, but Iloe had dicvottl hit wlole thite to lte...

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THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. CR. JENNINGS AT THE ST. KILDA TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

TI'E PARLIAMENTAlRY ELECTIONS. C01. JENNINGS AT TIlE ST. KIILDA TOWN IIALL. PurIannt to announcement, Cr. Jenmings net the elector,.of the elcctortor of St. Khilda i the Toivnl hall on Tuesday even. ing lnst, and addressed them upon topics which, he eaid, were likely to engage the attection of the new Parliament, and from .which uttemrnesa.his political views could ed gathered. There was very largo attend hate, and the lion.ThlmasLoanderioctcdtuled the chair. The Chairmaln said they had met that evening td' heiir Cr. .tTiiiiifig' vios onil currents events of political interest. That ,e.tlemau was well known to all present. lic hid servedl them in thaoborough counci. for ialla yyears, andh was als also ery use Iul and promlinent memberoh the tramway trust. Ile considered Cr. Joenings had many qualifications that eminently marked ihim out as being specially fitted to repre sest St. Kilda in the House of Assembly. Ite would not add. anything further, bat would callon Cr. Jennings toadd...

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STAMP DUTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

STAMP DUTIES. -4-- A Id. stampl is sumfielet for all cheques, no natter what the amount drawn may be; but inl thile ce of bills of exchange and promlisory notes, the duties are to be regil lated aeconling t t the value of the docu ment, as follows: Not exceeding £25 ... ... id. Exceeding C25, and not exceed ing £50 .... ... .. Is. Exceeding £50, and not exceed ing £75 ... ... Is. rd. Execeeding £75, and not exceed ing £100 ... ... ... 2s. Where it exceeds £i100 thie fee will then be calculated at the rate of Is. for every 50 above that amount, or fractional part of £50.

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THE ELECTIONS AND HOTEL-KEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

'l? L ELECTIONS AND HOTEL KIIliEI?ERS. Sin,-In re your looter of Wednelay, erit me, on behalf of Mr. Chapman and is committee, to ?ssure you that your in ormation is lutterly incorrect so far no the otnh Yarra election and hotelkeepers are ocerned. We have reasrm to know that very hotel in this district in open to any undidate desiring a meeting therein. nrther, pleae remember that Sr. Chap i i lto ;t lnpublican's cantldlate, for if eturn?l he will retire from the active nig oemeot of hli precunt bhusinets. Yourl, lc.. J.ly. l1ElI.s STi:WARtT, (orreslnndini Secretaory. Feblruary, 22l2n, ' S9t.

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VICTORIAN POSTAL RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

VICTORIAN POSTAL RATES. Lcttj· (Ardl~· Potal ..... .01 bu1i( H rcT pitrcaerlll l )rlb. 0 1

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. OUR LOCAL SAVINGS BANKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

ETTERS TO THE EDITOR. OUR LOCAL SAVINGS RANKS. Dear Sir,-In your isue of to-day, when ommenting on the prgre-? made by our 'rhranm branch, you say you would like to ur of the St. Kihla brauch. It must be emembered before making a comparison t'twen our branches at Prahran and St. ilda that the former was opened in Sep ember 1879, and the latter in September 881, and that the populttion of Pralran s more than dIolble that of St. Kilda, but ith these facts before ut there is no doubt he Prhmn people luave shown there ap reciatiou of having it local branch lit n etter way than the people of St. Kilda ve. The figurs at :list January, 1881, taudthus :-Ntumbler of depositurat Peah ao,10.038; ditto it St. I(ilda,:3,3i1; amount toredit, Prahmno, £1l3,ll;7: ditto, St. Kilda. Iti07 ; Number tr.ansactioes, P'r.hrtn. verage per month, 4,100; ditto, St. 'ilia, average per month, l1,300); averge alance per depositor, lnmhran, £13 9s. 2d.; itto, St. Kilda, £15 ls. 7d. Yours, Ke., Jour Ar.sor, Actua...

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WORTH BEARING IN MIND. FORTUNES IN PRINTERS' INK. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

.7li 1 i.I. A 1I WORTH BEARING IN MIND. FOIITUNES IN, PRINTERS'., JNK. Don't expect an advertisement to bear fruit in one night. t t i Iretad is the staft of ttuttn life, net advertising is te stanif of business. You cnl't cat enough i an week to lapt a year, anu you can't advertise on that plan either. i *p '1` lo ! 1 rtht i,3 I weell. A thing worth tulvertising is worth advertising well. The enterprising advertiser proves that he unlersttands hlow to bl?y, becaute in ad vertising hle knows how to sell. People lwho advertise once only In three months forget that most' folks can:nottre metmber anythilg ltngedl hela t/ered ilay s. Quitting advertising if dull tites is like tearing outt na ain bectause water is low. tither plan will prevent gol timet fromn colnilltg. 'o . A constant tdrolpig will ear an ro?C Keep dropping your adnvrti.c monts on the public, and they will soon mellt under it like rock salt. 'c , Trying to do busines? \ithoultudvertisein toi like winking at n pretty gir...

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THE ACTION CAMPAIGN. [?]RINSLEY TOBIN AT THE [?]AHRAN TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

TILE ;TION CAMPAIGN.. IlINSLFiX TB1 AT THE -,IltA'X TOW\' HAL. ,cly.attondltl'l meeting was ad by. 1r. ::rinsly ,Tobin, the, nd prottetionitst candidiate fdat: on' Tuesday veoning, at thul n ihall. r. -i. Omont,' theo stir itat said ii presiding at ing, wlrich hl was glad to see irge oite, lib' wishod i'tt lbi od tlhit h.la did not identify :with Mr; Tolii or any of the aes cntsittiug the election. , unortnnately, politically ir-ughoat thei wholo of the n. lie dhlimld a fair and itm tcaring for ti 'candidate. .. obin, wliho, on.coming forwardl, - rceivid, siid altolidugll per lie milht bie stranger to nitny "ie was by no mcans a stranger listrict. Ho had resided for ia of a century at Richmond, and lnond local laptlrs ad Bpoken gencrous terms of him in con with this election, because ow him, anld ware thorotighly tdl with his qualifications for ition he oughlt. He was com ly identified withPrnhlran, and to be still furtlher closely iden. :iti it in the futnro. (Rear, He would 'doi o...

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OUR BI-WEEKLY SERIES. NEWSPAPER AMENITIES. AS OTHERS SEE US. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

3 OURn.BI-WEEKLY SERIES. I ' NI WSAp ,A E kMY (i tTIES. AS OTHERS 8EE US. In addition to thle numerou press notices already published in reference to the re. d it. tnrct t "t our steecmel cooutemplllo rii': The Moolnm Indepndent.-" The paper is well printed, and the reading matter gener ally is of an interesting and racy character, l?.i ++?44iice ola* ? @ ...ag .i..en t." Thre Kei .1,rur.--". . . . Its get up is ua wolnerful improvement oil tie old editi a '. o"oh l" pt lm upT.r Taieo. I'pairliliis, n iule. i nprorell ·ive . nppe'mtrc wpiriteutl n?altigenellt,xtItt,?iledetirlaturd will trove a succ h reee.+ • ";. . . ..."t The :e eg? a',, ex perieneu of its lelingg light., Jofitliieuitt tp elsure for It vu o oen more iolecc ttretl ",rpe in its no 'style than ..it had duiring its pro vious'thlirty year00 eit:uit5?. o?:Itii? jiciial' appet'ance in detldull ar?tctive lr, tlla s it combitnh the quahlitiue oft family aind local pper, ne miay I!irlilqt a bigfitutrefoi it. It is tle lust' ...

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USEFUL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 23 February 1889

i b, USEFUL IHINTSA~ bri. -4--t- .s Bluy your cheque-bookls ith the statups impressed. Never sign anythllg without looking first to sce if it be properly stamped. tememnber, tlhe first person wshoexecutes any instrumcsit is respollaible qor anixing al ilcanelling the stamp. : Do not fort thatth the late, as well ni the Initislls sr siglnatlrs ,itlast 1s written on the stamp. iarve all your printed receipts stampled uly for use. '' tiay duty. Penaltie, may be recovered e smnliirivly before Iwo justices, and the Minaiter may sllotv it porition of sltl amount to go to ln lotk carefully at your deeds. One elnl may isveliItdatuslilt illlmortant tttntenittsiosl. If svsessl soslsdleslstions ars expre s d in sepfieis tely " .ssts Ili 5 1 (01 y?t : [It Ito not let hils run toe long : keep them ullaslr £5. -Wise masa.--I eseat 2a. on lalwui And it mads unm glsl. ,limllhaU Market aon Siattnlay. ,Pin lr1nPlIlt9e ,rl Iit

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SPORTS COLUMN. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

S:':::: ' SPORTS' COLUMN' ', : ! CRICKE T. B-y 0. O. The St. Kilda paid a visit to the Univereityj: roihdl oni .atulrday to play the University 0.0. The lattorbatted first, but did not make much of a stamd, L. Keogh and RIt. Smith disposing of the flrst coven' batsmen-for 48 rns. Nesbitt and Alsop got together, however, and played out time, taking the total to 171 rms .i The match thus ecnded in adraw. The Hawksburn coisiisnced uasiother match for their trophy against the Footscray on the ground of tihe latter club. The Footseray were the first. to handle the willow, but did not nmake much headway. O'Connor only bowled twou overs, getting one wicket for two runs, when he hurt his shoulder and hadto knock off. Collie, Freeman, and E. RubLtconu tinued theo bowlihig, andl got rid of the refnainder with the total at 73. These bowlers obtained averages of 3 for 29, 2 for 17, and 3 for 19.resnectively. The first hatsamen.for 'the Hawlhiurn ie :. ?reicat y:nd 'W. Hs :rllows, thd fdriner ma...

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THE PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. ST. KILDA ELECTORATE. MR. FREDERICK TULLETT'S ADDRESS IN THE TOWN HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

T?E PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS. ST. KILDA ELEOTORATE. Ml, FREDERICK TULLETT'S ADDRESS IN THE TOWVN HALL. On Friday veoning last. Mr. Frederick Tullott eddroassed a large number of.the electors of St. KIilda'iii the town. iull The hall on this occasion3wi-as quite inadequate to contain all who soiught admission, and, as a result, it was most uncomfortably crowded. Precisely at 8 p.m. the chair m, S. Peters, Esq~,J.P.r, the candidate, and his friends as cnded thle platform, and.were received with dscp?a?idrk'blt plausO. . Tre Chairman then rose and said :-Gentlemon, I cannot ay ladies and gontlemen,;benaseo I see ·no ladies -here; bit Ilhope the time will soon: cdme when we shall have adies present on occasions like this, and then it. will. be te chairmnin's ilbOaeing duty toeomeib6%c't-tadfea and otlemn" (Hear, hear, and heers). As a rule I may ei that tlhe'woman- is tho better man," at uleast, I find itd in my'oi"n cri', and I oxpect most "1f y'i liavee heid imilar expeence (Laughter)....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

Drapers and Clothiers. . [l·E suntrunsol I .]~ TOIIN I!. TIIOJtt~i (fttat 5'itltt., ittldttt, TAILOS! AND IEN'S E1?0CL2, THIE S1 I 1 1 I 1 II T i I O 1' .GEN'LESIEIN'S, lI.CFi-S, . 1I,1 pinul- altut, Windour. TtIliLLINO ANNOUNCEMENT ¢fore being ntlmred eft÷)ro all lind ace the IIIIENSE STOCK WVhich we are clering at , Pthkes hi exto Unhe~ardo in mhm~nn. . . '.. ..) . , ,? . '., h . W JOLESAJLE .. Note tl?o P\eleiue Prices : Our Trousers ... ... .,. 1Os. lil. -OrTrotusiers o.tn Vet . .. Otr Suit ...... ... 0s.Od. Overcoat ... ... ... 5s. t0d; CLOTBING. Otr Unique Drets, Frtkt, and Beaufort Sutts to Order by Skilled Artisf, Competition in tMh.1Bimch Deled. COMPANY. Pai(bIsI1 may relly 1 on i all 6r'dm r;Cetillg th? cnru uld attenrtion whilch hasl~ over chapr~ltcria.-l this estnubllhmot . . . FIT t I WORKEALNSHIP GURANAtTEED. JO IIB?S'BIAPISH, NIanage;. - • .. .i !25J " I . 0 .' tL IL .l OT . If :~ St~ "'S·:. .LORESHilth HOUSE I t-f R. Morphet,... (3 ~ym Cutter at Lincoln, Stewwrt id C...

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PROFESSIONAL & MERCANTILE MEN [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

-4---t Wec beg to dlronr Uotrllicr to the olr· tog, idle.a :-i 1I1~t o iC yeao I hoovo TU ogeoo A ohtoh oodll 1II .hEo) o~~ehdli (loiog oljoty. ttopooot totoot otttt ot t~r ll~r~li, p~lic~tiott to tito COtLttStAL Itg1otbt, tYoVo.· oncea CoaloraN, 82 ('olttoleotoot Woot,. Orto Tuouo~ooo Itot:; tl~thttlt)tt otoitos lnott heon P~iD bry voito COtopooy.

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TRUTH AND PROOF. [Newspaper Article] — The Prahran Telegraph — 27 February 1889

TRUTR AND PROOP. - When ablsoluto truth is backed up with colleteral proof tllere enn he no appeal. For the plsf threo years and half M?Je,: a. Hf. TI. Warner and Cuo.. prioprietors ax Warner's safe re!nedies, have had a standing offer uf £ 1,0110 for any statement of cure published by them whil was11 not, so far as thl-y knwc, positivoly gaenuino, and nobody has yet put in a successful claim forit. The Messrs. WVarner and Co. hlave furnished us .ithi a few extraets fronm recent lotters, which spake for tiemsolves. and tihey assure us they can furnish toiusands of siminri ones. "Weo have used Warner's safe sare in olsr family, and I can recomn oneed its use." Germnan Nata:ion, Q (RUv.) I.tar. EOEa. "VWarnor's safo rheumaitic cure rithi Warnur's safe cure cured ma of rhoumatism." Gympie, Q. C. COuimmou-. "I have to thank \Warneor's safe care for saving miy life." Fictoria Isoaa, 2Tasmania. a1as. IIAOUrE. "I can certify to having received very great benefit from the use of Warner' sa ...

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