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Town Hall Site. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914
Town Hall Site. Notices of motion in the names of Cr Naylor and Cr Ginn in regard to the Town Hall site were on the agenda paper at the Prahran Council ineeting. Cr Naylor was unavoid ably absent, and his motion was postponed. Cr Ginn also asked for the postponement of his motion, which request was agreed to with one dissentient--Or Morris.
Weddings. HILLARD—CHRISTIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914
Weddings. HILLARD-CHRISTIAN. South Yarra Baptist Church was the scene of a popular wedding on Thurs day evening, 16th inst, when Miss Gertrude ("Pet"), the youngest d-ughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christian, of Leopold-street, South Yarra, was married to Mr. Thomas Hillard. Both of the young people are held in high esteem, and as was anticipated, a large crowd assembled to witness the ceremony at the church, which was nicely decorated for the occasion by girl friends. The bride, who was given away by hler father, hlad as her bridesmaids the Misses Lily Coulton, Mabel Christian, Linda Hillard, and little Vernie Buzacott, the latter pre ceding the bridal party into the church. The bridegroom was assisted by Messrs. Harry Christian, Sam Mackay, and Horace Hillard. Rev. L. E. Tranter conducted the service, and Mrs. A. Meadows officiated at the organ. After tile service about 100 friends adjourned to the Rechabite Hall, where a most enjoyable couple of hours were spent. Mr. Tranter eloquently p...
Foot Reserves. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914
Foot Reserves. At the meeting of the Prahran City Council on Monday evening last, Cr. Chambers moved "That the Municipal Association be requested to endeavor to obtain a s amendment of the Local Govern ment Act for the purpose of enabling municipalities to resume foot re serves, and throw them into and make them part of the street or road or private lane upon which they abut." The motion was carried,
Dandenong Road. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914
Dandenong Road. At the meeting of Prabran council on Monday evening last the parks and gardens committee (Or Embling, chairman) brought up the following recommendation "That the Caulfield council be informed this council regrets it can. not see its way to depart from its previous resolution, in which the St. Kilda and Malvern councils have concurred, in respect to the applica tion for the proclamation of the tree reserves in Daodenong road." The recommendation was agreed t0.
Charge of Imposition. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914
Charge of Imposition. Constable Stock, of South Yarra, prosecuted Arthur Burke at Prahran Court on Thursday on a charge of obtaining (2 from Mrs Hazel Officer by means of false represen tation. Accused was found guilty. He denied prior convictions, and the matter was postponed for a week for police enquiries to be made. "The want of consistency in professing Christians has done more harm to Christianity than all the raving of infidels from the day of Cain to the time of Paul."
Punt Road Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914
Punt Road Methodist Church. -4- The 61st anniversary of the above church was held on Sunday last The new circuit ministers, having just taken up their stations in the circuit were to be the preachers, but sick. ness prevented the Rev J. H Hadley from fulfilling his appointment, and the Rev. T. S. B. Woodfull there. fore took the morning service, the afternoon and eveniag services being taken by the Rev. H. Worrall and the Rev. J. Stafford respectively, There were encouraging nongrega. tions, and the ministrations of the gentlemen named were much appre. ciated. Mr Enston, who has been ap. pointed conductor of the newly formed Prahran Philharmonic So. ciety, has just t.ken up the duties of organist and choirmaster at Punt Road Church, and in a short time, under h's guidance, the msical por. tion of the service gives p-omise of reaohing a high standard. On Sun. day Miss Phillips sang two solos beautifully at the evening service, and Mr A. Brown sang in the after. noon. The anniversary ...
Victorian Libraries' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914
Victorian Libraries' Association. The second annual meeting of tie Victorian Libraries' Association, d which the Hon. Donald Mackinnon, M.L.A. (State Attorney-General), is President, and Mr A. E. McMioken, Librarian of Prahran, secretary, was held at Geelong,opening on Tuesday. Amongst the representatives present were Cr H. C. Heyward (Prahran) and Mr J. Home (Malvern). The Mayor of Geelong (Alderman Gurr) and Mr Plain, M L.A., extended a cordial welcome to the visitors, who were entertained and shown the more attractive spots in and around Geeloog. On the delegates setting themselves to the serious side of their business, a Presidential address was delivered by the Hen. Donall Mackinnon, and Mr McMicken (secretary) read his annual report, and both were of an interesting character. Papers were read by dele gates, and discussions followed there on, the key no:e being that activity should be displayed in endeavoring more than ever to impress upon authorisi-s the necessity of having up...
Hawkers' Dues. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914
Hawkers' Dues. The finance committee of the Prahran Council brought up the fol lowing recommendation on Monday evening: "That the regulation fixing the amount of fees payable for hawking vegetables and other commodities in the streets of the city be amended by reduoing the fee payable by hawkers who are bona fide ratepayers to 5s oer quarter; and that the police be instructed to carry out the regulation which requires hawkers to stand at least 66 feet from Chapel street." The recommendation was adopted.
Cr Nicolson. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914
Cr Nicolson. After being absent from the meet. ings of the Prahran council on two or three occasions on account of the indisposition of Mrs Nicolson, Cr Nicolson was in attendance at the council meeting on Monday evening, The Mayor (Cr Willis) said he was pleased to see Cr Nicolson back in his place, and was also glad to know that Mrs Nicolson had been quite restored to health. (Hear, hear): Cr Nicolson thanked the Mayor and council for their good wishes, saying that he had *lways felt that, notwith" standing the differences that occurred between them, his best friends were amongst the councillors.
The Success of Prahran's Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914
The Suoeess of Prahran's Bazaar. Cr Ginn congratulated the Mayor on what he termed the phenomondl success of the reoent Pr.hran bza4r on behalf of the Alfred Ho pual Vlayor Willis, the originator of th ,azaar, returned thanks. He said he felt proud of t.,e success achieved, whioh was brought about through the grand committee he had workine tfor him. The net profits from the bazaar amounted to £2115, (Hear, hear).
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914
EASTER BRIDES and GROOMS' SALE. leEs Maples, • -Prahran, Note the Address; tIl -SAY - 181, 183, 185, 87, 189, 191 I t's for you to name the Terms of Payment. CHAPEL STREET If.it's notconvenie.it. for you to pay cash, At the Corner of w "e want: you to :say how much you can 'High Street, . .. : ..".comf6rt a y afltortd pay. from 1/ wv eekly. WhvaHigh Streetwnup a;.istofspeially easy hP termis Prahran. l-t spLl ESS FURNITURE. 3 Rooms Furnished, £3 worth, l1/- wkly £O0 worth 5/- wkly £s£ 5 ,2/- £30 6/ ..El0 3/- £45 8/6 £15 4/- £55 9/ 4 Rooms Furnished, 5 / 4 Rooms Furnished, And so on to any amount you may require. Payable £16 lUs. weekly, monthly, quarterly or h'df-ye'rly. CASH or TERMS. / OUR PRICES --"" t ll ; SARE ALWAYS ,-. .f !i"??l "_- .?? ? THELOW ET. '. . : £ 7/1 0 /-?1 , built Bideboar !......of A suite that will give long yers... [real ..... It consists of bg . ?,"oargn t -h ular b:? Be4u10f' sil°es i esis .......structed f ... peciallysdslebte 7/ t- Whata f ... onwdai £ 3 H...
Prahran West State School. MR. MACKINNON'S INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914
Prahran West State School. MR. MACKINNON'S INSPECTION. In reference to complaints that had been made as to defects in the drain age and stairs at the Prahran West (High-street) State School, the Prah ran Council received a communication from the Public Health Department, stating that the Education Depart ment had been comunicated with, and asked to take steps to remedy the defects revealed by the council's sur veyor. Cr. Chambers: I hope the Healtlh Department will be more successful in stirring up the dry bones of the Educa tion Department than this council has been. The Mayor (Cr. Willis) said that, in company with the State Attorney General (Mr. Donald Mackinnon) he visited the school on Saturday. After inspecting the defects in the stair case, the terrible drain, and noting the inadequate accommodation in the in fants' schoolroom, Mr. Mackinnon pro mised to have the defects remedied straight away. Magistrate-But your wife says you haven't spoken a word for over a year. Polite pr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914
FOR K Biirthday & Wedding Presents You have the Widest Selection at PHILLIPS JEWELLERY CORNER Do not ]Do not fail fail to to Call and See Call and See our our New New Shop. Shop. CHAPEL and GREEN STREETS, WINDSOR. Call and see our Show of Jewellery ani Electro Plate anA compare Prices with any other House in Melbourne. I ?1 l I I~ I la d I I I IfI I I lmitI . Under 1' N R u 3 D Foot Specialist, Chiropodist Pese.vt Feet Undelrpreserved in Vice-Regal 0 1and Surgical Bootmaker, their Pristine Patronage. Beauty. The Human Poot Treated on only Scientific and Natural Process. Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing Corns, Banions, IngrowRing Suffering Relieved while maintaining the Shape and hiding Deformity Toe Nails Treated with and Malformation. See Testimonial. Proof Undoubted. Utmost Safety and the Most TEL. 4888. Orthopaedic Institute-246 SWANSTON ST., Library Side. Delicate Touch. LEEMING'S BOOTS. 215 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN, Near New Empress Theatre. The Store where you will get what you...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914
SotD FVFRYWHEAE \ ' .~·rrt Auction Sales of Furniture and Property a specialty. DIOCKENSON & FORSTER S(E. J. Forster, Sworn Valuator). Auctioneer & Estate Agents Rents Collected. Insurances Effected. Loans Negotiated. Only Address ? 99 CHAPEL STREET. STEL.: WINDSOR Il l. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Phone 1420 Malvern. JOHN A. REID DAiRYMAN, 3 B?a?s to notify the Residents ol St, Kilda, Elsternwick and surrounding Distric s, that he has purchased the business la:ely earried on by and known as JONES' DAIRY, 51 Allison St., Elsternwick, - 0- Presti Milk Twice Dti!y. Scalded Cream always on hand. Picnics and Parties Supplied. The favour of your PAtronage Respectfully Solicited. Reductions for Large Qauantities. lIl L. Le blg, Barrister and Solicitor, 161-- Oreville Street, Prahian nnounoces that he has purchased the practice of Mr. W. E. BRUNT, taud miy be conulted i?t the a',va aidress Trust Moneys to Lend. R. W. Kingham, GENERAL BOOKBINDER, Binder to the Prahran Public Lib...
Relationship of Prahran to Albert Park. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914
Relationship of Prahran to Albert Park. A proposal has bacn put forward by the Committee of Management of the Albert Park to alter the con. stitution so as to give an opportu nity to the city of Prahran to join in the management, provided, of course, the council oonttibuted a certain sum per annum towards the upkeep. Those taking part in the control of and contributing towards the upkeep of Albert Park at present are the South Melbourne council, the St. IKilda council, and the Government. Included in the proposals put for ward by the South Melbourne Coun cil for the reccnstitution of the C. m mitteee of Management are the following (b) The basis of representation on the committee to be as follows: Councils contributing not less than £200, two representatives; £400 or more, three representatives. (c) Government representatives to be increased, if considered necessary that a majority shouldbe retained. That the Government contribution be increased to £1200 per annum. Conditional on in...
WHAT IS THE POSITION OF THE PRAHRAN CLUB? [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914
WVHAT IS THE POSITION OF THE PRAIILiANi CLUB? In regard to a recent attack made on the Prahran Club by the bowling contributor who writes under the nom-de-plume of "Rover," I had ex pressed the intention, when the matter 'vas last dealt with in this column, to leave the matter in the hands or the club's president (Mr. J. Dunning), to take up on behalf of his club. But he seems to have taken unto himself the motto of "oyster," for although I and many other bowlers expected to read his side of the question, he has remained as mute as a sphinx. I have had it whispered to me by some one (to whom, by the way, it was also whispered), that Mr. Dunning endorses "Rover's" comments Mr Dunning has acted very'generously to wards the Prahran Club, and, as I have already pointed out, under his presidency the club has made good strides inl many ways, if not in actual howling. Bowlers were eagerly look ing for a statement from Mr. Dunning, but none has come to hand. If there is really internal stri...
Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914
Bowling. By BOWLER. A few matches of more or less im portance between different clubs is all that is to be recorded for the past few days. Within a very short space of time now bowls will be put away for the winter recess, and bowlers (without they take to playing football or hockey, a very doubtful possibility) will occupy their spare time in fight ing their games over again by word of mouth. It has been a good season taken all round, and there is no doubt about it that bowling is becoming one of the most popular of summer pastimes. The great inter-State carnival at Brisbane ended up last Saturday, and, as far as this State is concerned, everything went quite satisfactory. The indomitable L. Waxman, of Armadale, was skipper of the rink that won the single-rink champion ship, his comrades in arms being Smith, Stewart and Hotchin. In winning this, as well as the single-handed championship of Aus tralia, Waxman hlas proved his worth. Before he left for the banana State, Waxman was hea...