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FUN AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

FUN ANd) FANCY. A short paragraph-This, For equestrian pictures-Upright meats! Proof Before Letters-A postman's kpc3 The largest waterfall is but a drop of atler Deceit, like coral, is always found in l 0eep. T'Ihe Way of the Just-Sixteen ouose - the pound. When a schoolgirl gets toned dow, in'to she an ex-pert! The best baby jumpers-Mothers, 'dk ' and good-natured aunts. 'The best inns for youthful travellers or indlstry indefatigable, independeut, inform tion. The inns to avoid are ingratitude, indlg Lion, inebriation, indolence, and infleetion. A Fruity Joke-The first apple was eate by the first pair. ; Never tell a man he is a fool, he may fad it out lhimnself 1 he best traicied head, along with aeorrup heart, is like a teuple built over a deoa robbe's.' N Not a blad joke; that," said Whoops1 "lst ratler too . ointed. as the bh id when he swa'llowed thie hook." I esineenit Actor-" Ah, Jackson, glad tot yoee and how is your aife!" Jockson.. " I asell, thanks. How are yo?rs?" " \a...

Publication Title: Prahran Chronicle
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Police Changes. PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

Police Changes. PRAHRAN. Sub-Inspector J. Noble, who as Sergeant was formerly in charge of the Prahran police district, wrote to the Council on Monday evening re sgning his position as summoning officer, as he had been transfer ed. Sergeant T. Kane, of Toorali, had beeni appointed his successor. He (Mr Noble) thanked the Council for. the kindness and consideration at all times shown him. Cr Chambers, J.P., said Mr Noble was a police officer of more than ordinary ability. Sergeant Kane was appointed summoning offi:er for Prahran. The plice intend presenting Sub Inspector Noble with a souvenir of their esteem and regard. TOOR ,K. Sergeant Jno. Barry, of Middle Park, has bern transferred to take charge of Foorak. Constab:e W. L. Radcliffe, who has for the past 12 years been stationed in Toorak, has been trans ferred to Caulfield (in charge). At Hall's Toorak Hotel on the evening of the 15th inst. between forty and fifty citizens assembled to paltici pate in a presentation that was made...

Publication Title: Prahran Chronicle
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PLOTS FOR PICTURE PLAYS. TIPS ABOUT A LUCRATIVE CALLING. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

PLOTS FOR PICTURE PLAYS.' TIPS ABOUT' A. LIU.CATIVE CALLING.: Writing the stories: -for cciiienma pictures is nanew ? rofession ^that has arisen: in. our. midst a1and, al though it is far: from' an easy. mat ter to dispose .l oe oie's :work,-yet the prices paid by certain AVmeri.can firms are well -worth . striviig-after. - In America picture 'playwriglhts have their oxwn trade paplrm The Photoplay Author,"ý and in a few years no doubt, there .:will- be :.a. similar publication on' this- side.of the "herring polnd." As one who has dispose - of .over two hundred picture plays, produced more or less. with success, I should, without undue egotism, like'to as sert that the writiilg of a pictire' play is not altogetherl the simple' task it appears. It is quite pos.s sible for a man to write l- : goodl novel or a first-class play fur tht theatre, and yet fail at A-riting a drama suitable for the screen. To those desirous of .turniig their hands to .the work, a few points may prove, of .se...

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WOMEN AND DREAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

WOMEN AND DREAMS. -4- He was in loe. with the girl, and lse was not' urnwilling ; but. she ,:ii givene him no sign He was so "illident that really she had had no iliortunity. Onie evening tliey sat alone in a litile bower of ris '. "I .dreamned:: you last night," he said, tentati'el3' . "How nice," she responded, in that exasperating ?,ay s:hich is so ex pressive. "yes ?" lie faltered, qliestionably. "Tell ine :ilihat, iou dieamed,"' she iprettily coii'inatled "I thought i"ea welrdie sitting to- gether on the biiks nof a. lbeautifil stream," he said; low and minurii -?i' ousl', "as the stin ?was sinking a-wiay t0 rest in the- pui p glin :starsin aiid ne talked -.of •birds-, of- musici i flowers, and of love You faii ce glowed. as if a great light sslidne in it: but- when. I spodke of Ioe??k you grew cold. and. distalnt oid I coulld feel the chill air touchinig niy: heart, and see the. buds l of my hope nither on the frost of youi dis.a proval. I lknee then how ii' -l elen6 - was all...

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"Antiquities" Made to Order. HOW EGYPTIAN MUMMIES, "ANCIENT" POTTERY, AND ART OBJECTS ARE [?] AND FAKED. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

"Antiquities" Made to Order. ------ HOW EGYPTIAN MUMMIES, "AN ('lENT" PO'TERY, AND AR'T OBJECTS ABE " T" ANT: FAKED. The fabrication of forged antiqui ties has become one of the most Iirofitable industries of modern IEgypt. Ivery yeSar more and more. w' a'tliy, Ltu:ists.. go to the suniy: and silubriious land of the Phaur oeh', i: P"ielicily'y everyone of these tour-i ists wisihes "ito taike asay some ieliic ot' .the1 ancient: Pharoths is -n? soi-: i '1?To supply if-this deimnld :he nide e Egyptians Fnie wrking "iiigit aiiddday making ver-y attrac teie a-i;ticles iin the ancient styie. :.: She E gpytian law i on' i eqiiire thlit ;"er? ?.:erson f"inding intiquities iall repo"it_ the fact to ithe Govr?ir. iiiet i whic -reserves the right' to piirichase thiem. This I? nw renali favours :.the antiquity ---- : or thy r? epresen-t to theii: c;stoniesi 5 tlat they ::e arie offering theni Ci i?o: n lnihn idu goods, niihich oiler zusuiall 1 as= tlhl e ilect o. f i, etting.the appe tite bti h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

Call at the Office of this Paper -FOR PRINTING of Every Description Eastbourne Street, Windsor-.:, • ,. Tel. 1294 Windsor. MITCHEL.L & TAYLOR, Estate Agents. 394 Chapel Street, -"::::i:~ ::3:'-i;- : i-ir:i :7. The Home of the Prahran and Windsor Ladies' Tailoring. ::.C· OU~~f._ I ar.. ::- - .:: Special Reductions this month. £5/5/- Blue Twill Costumes now £4/4/ "__ - , ./ t "-. : All other prices £1/1/- less. . SReRMFN, :..? Lyric Theatre Buildings, hapel=st., Prahra-.. Z. GlasseL ART WIO MAKER, LSDIES' HAIR DRESSER and HAIR SPECIALISI 342 Chapel-street, Prahran - "Opposite Read's, - Wishes to inform the Ladies of Prahran and surrounding districts that he has taken over the entire Stock in Trade of "MAISON CHARLES," And will be pleased to see any Custominrs of theirs at his splendidly appointed rooms. Wigs, Transformations, Fringes. A great specialty in Ready-made Switches. :- . CONSULTATIONS FREE. :If your Hair is falling out, Mr. Glasnel will treat it successfully. -If you...

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The Bates Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 25 April 1914

The Bates Benefit. A well attended meeting of the committee of the Bates benefit con- cert was held at P. Cleal's Royal George Hotel, Chapel street, Prah- ran, on Wednesday evening, Mr Zoe Solomon presiding. Several new members were elected to the com- mittee, and very satisfactory reports were received from gentlemen in re- ard to the sale of tickets, and the concert is now assured of being a big success. A large number of the committee has promised to help in distributing dodgers around the district, and several well known local artists have kindly volunteered their services. The chairman has been appointed stage manager, with Mr R. Carroll as assistant. Messrs Archer, Garth and W. Lecter will have charge of the amusement pro- gramme. The next meeting will take place at Mr J. Rankin's hotel, corner Albert street and Upton road, Wind- sor, on Wednesday evening next, 29th inst., at 8 o clock. The follow- ing donations were received with thanks—Councillor G. N. Heyward (South Yarra W...

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"Rainless Wheat." [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914

"Rainless Wheat." 1+--- S1Modeirn researcl. 1?" selectiig .spe cialised strrins of wheal; iad lir.'e! ing -them ' as cArefullyr is si n' le ages bred :canttle i; his ntuIralli e.i thel ilant iin .iarlyv every clim ite. Tr?o tia in ,!.i'; "i have had, to le Oiverconie--clid and droiught.- 'I'h s!lccess: : w ,ili ;vw.hich .(-;>n:lnli I hLs'. - .ts .i veloli)ed ;I .whe l It a'.. will: sti dn coldt is wel knowan. l- v-v eur :ees tile wleatlields : of . th:l.- Poiniiiiiir i iuslsing n?iiri"er to I; \r'ti cil . nlll; v s??? nit 'iaS i re l io\w IIInlelr:, \vIhI;t cuitiViti hi :'i w iiiii?rl .hi rt .s ag? 'r ere ' o iio : 'ti i''r. t0o l n?-bloi tbilt traipp. ers ) : id 1 lir itr r . . i.n SNot 'o "icli liiK leei lie-ir of ;lie niot 'les I-ei4iinrli lile :-r il; -k a pii neei eld .niii it iliv Linte ri i A ri'rica :i Staes: wili'i li- ie juste :-ist of thi . Tiotckies iand 'ii r?ciunt -of b :y tiin fior the I I ificira 1hili'r I -hos; os -u i-jct .'has lIeC n to. grio \ltat iviLth out r...

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Wildfowl Captured in Nets. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914

Wildfowl Captured in Nets ----+--- Netting wildfowl is still carried Qo to some extent in England and rrJ::nri. -At a celebrated- decoy at \slbyv; in Lincolnshire, as mainy as (.11'i:: inks hlave been taken .at-- oe "i ,.iid 28.;in one day. I i-o0-, is a:"veryv simiple coi tri-'ir" inide by.I rcctiing a. siricie u: - ;:. ii iri. hooQps, 'gri'il? id ll . di i'inis"ii'ii p :sizxei for .son e sprve sty ih''- ii yaids. ;- li'hiee !'hops are vr. with-. wiire' nettil,. so tii I ai?iin t?oie fowl i i , on ce .: in the iiilf h' litiie Y,-'innot get_. 6outC . iider el. ailso -grauiahly" uli'ii liiig a>s tile liiops get loss- Ilid( a it tle lir eiu -is ittachliil a aiovihile t lill' ir '0o6dpiice,'" from which the-fiowl'r, S.i takile-. ie biirds is tlhey are *:cicaed to t heir doom. It is neccs 3iry, that the decoyi l erected iln a' eclutdcd spot;' as ducks and thiur :icquatic fowl .::ie very' shy. SIt is usual, therefore, to lirovi:l. i nice green lianlk inear the inoutih of'the' pip; :is...

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France's New Airship. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914

:France's New Airship. The first rigid airship built for the 'rench irmny, tlhe Spiess, has been uiltbrgoing- trials, and, so far, the eNxii!rimoents :iar delclaredl to .have te'n.: '"successiful. Spiess, aftir ifwhom ithe ilew lir?vessel is. inmedl. wais a Freichiian iiaho in iented 1 rigid type of airship -hs far back as 1873;- and- prelpard pl.lnis and speli licatioris as carefully is those pro :luced to-day in- ptateintig an in vection. But so little -attention was paid to his work that it was Cona!iletely . overlooked, - and until iuite recently . it was believed that .hei rigid airship was a German in nIrVatiun. I ith'is Spiess airship differs from li e Zeppeliiis by the fact that its rigidity is obtained, not by means of ailiriiiiiuilm, but by hollow wood frame-work covered with canvas. It consists of eleven - conipartmietits, with a total lengtli of 340ft., iind a man-ximuini diameter of 45ft. Each compartment is- filled :-by a bal loonet, which adapts itself to th2 rigid fr...

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JAPANESE ENTERT AINMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914

.1 AIr 'ANi aE T!S - iF itA MEN Stage miiinalligeil': :in J1 pan is .;iiiewhat eccentric. Whenli i actor is killed during the platy :i.iian in black rushes 6oninl- lioldls a larga .loik -before the supposed' corpse, who rises and runs off the -stage. The scenes are never .shifted, but the whole stage revolves upon whels ; while between the acts the children anmog the audience rush be hind the curtain -and play until the drum beats for another act. The perfornauice begins at 10 a.m.. and the audience provision themselves for twenty-four hours, curling thelm selves up on mats and smoking the whole time. The lend keel of the Vamnerbilt de fender of the .\nir'icn Cup. weighing 124,00i01b., has been cast at BUris tol, Rhode Island, IT..A. Mrs. *Joseph Chamberiain is, a descendant of one of the Pilgrim "Fathers.

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CHE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914

A gen' I m i r ] Oct dining-wit lhis wife .ii rest it-d whAvt Ahis will n', tdt to hin e -i wa to l, e iti i tr -" 1'' itt r 0 e it ln, is wnron' here Ve did 'L hli three pliteibfofsoup. I r- ,'d ii ir, reilil it lithce l-ii - It of; the i.i . X'o' i forgt .'***'. i *vs'-tti l illed over' the

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How Gamblers Cheat. SOME TRICKS OF SHARPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914

2How Gamblers Cheat. SOMIE TiTUCKS OF1 SrlHA-lPE. s. -Wherever you filnd tlhe gauibler, there, also. will bh the shlarer al vways e be; . 'nld blloi are .giveni few: ofithe coiilmon diclcs etm ployedl by him. .A coini whici. is frequently used for the Jpu pose if ciheiting aIt spini . .ing coins is i an ordinary "1penny filed round the edg:.t so that t the rnim is 'at a" slih angle 'This coin possesses the ;iditin. al iiirvan tage o6: ilein i liit 'i lit ) siialy hanndled-lb3J thie diallpc; for the angle uis so very slihlt g th:t it cannot.: he detecteld :.hy anyoni o il.o ii ithl . se scret ".It iv-will be ohbviuis .LhUt :hen'n isuch i :a coin is spl,unl upon, its edge "it will always fall- oii one sid--viz.,: the side whose edge' prc sents .thie sniallest cirdciinirenice. T'he popular carl gnme. called "Tanker" in the hands of a, - shar lper readily .'lends itself to-: trickery. :.'.re. usual method of -cheatinLi :t:. this: igathe- is' to ,usc :a i)re;parecdI .pick' :technicaMy : ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914

ti-.l ', Offi f of this Paper -FOR P?/ VnT/NG of Ev qry Description Eastbourne Street, Windsor. GLOBE DYE WORKS. E 5Save the Cost of Winter Outfits by DRY 8 CLEANING or DYEING V the Dark Shades now Fashionable. - -- __ L- Ladies' Costumes Cleaned from ... ... 5/ THE GLOBE Ladies' Costume Dyed , from ... 5/6 Ladies' Blouses Cleaned from ... ... 1/3 Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned from ... ... 4/ Gentlemen's Suits Dyed from ... ... 6 . 6 Gloves Cleaned Odorless 3d pr Lace Curtains and other Furnishings Cleaned and Dyed, FURS REMODELLED Ostrich Feathers Cleaned and Dyed all the New and Fashionable 8hades. RECEIVING OFFICES: 27 CHAPEL STREET, near Windsor Station; I56 GREVILLE STREET, near Town Hall; TOORAK ROAD, two doors south Yarra Station; OLENFERRIE R.D, Malvern. High St, WI DSOR, I door from thapel St. TEL. 1706 WINSDOI. Works-4o, 42. 44 Ellis St., S. Yarra, offChapel ;t. Phone 1755, Windsor Ex. SAW AND MOULDING MILLS, DUKE STREET, WINDSOR, Opp, FALLON'S, Drapers, Chapel Street. b Wm. M...

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Strange Living Jewels. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914

Strange Living Jewels. To increase the splendour of their toilettes, Creole beauties make use ?of :the -Cucu?os, a large species of lirefl3"?found in the tropical forests ox Soiuth America. Strange ?ewels I uhicih must be fed, which must be bathed twice a day, and must be incessantly taken care of to pre yeut them from dying. The Indians catch these insects by baucirg hot coals in the air, at the end of a stick, to attract them, which proves that the light which these insects diffuse is to.at tract Once in the hands of the women, the Cucuyous are sh.it up in little cages of very fine' Wire, and fed on ifragmnents of sugar-cane. Wlien the Mexican ladies: wish to adorn them. achels aith these liing diamonids, they place them in little bags of light tulle, which they arrange with tauste on their skirts. I here is anotier aaiy of mounting the iicuyos. They pass a pin, wiithout hiurtig thlemni under the thorax, ,nd stick this pin ini (tieir lhair. Tie refinemeiet of eleganice consists in...

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914

Rifle Shooting. The St. Kilda Club met their old antagonists from Strathbogie at Port Melbourne on Saturday last. The Strathbogie brought a strong team down,, being six picked men from Strathbogie North and Strathbogie South, alid they were flushed with victory, having won £30 at the Euroa meeting _out of a total of £75 prize money, and they iitended to repeat the performance at Williamstown on Eight Hours' Day. The St. Kilda captain, in accepting the challenge, replied that" notwithstanding their ad mitted prowess behind the rifle, he thought the Saints had a "chance." The daywas everything that could:be desired, and as the wind was prac tically nil, the visitors were in luck, as with a strong wind St. Kilda's chance would be better, being more used to windy weather than their op ponents: Varied and pleasant, indeed, were the remembrances of the two festivals the Saints spent at the his toric hills of Strathbogie, and the warm and homely reception they re ceived on arrival, so much...

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A Huge Spider. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914

A Huge Spide The great s pider known as the 'itarantu.i is 'jstly an ol, or Idreadl to-ma n and beast Orie sort' alled7 tile mvygale, will: someitities cover a squa?re --of 0si inches,': and .wei gh-any thinig up to hall a: pound. Ssliaggy coat of hair lcver he Ati1f;i e of lte -great .siiider..: i i 1 ;-; is ?si iiiled I ith isix' strong; . bon' igs: i ad ;two: daigerous pe dliilp; ;?: r strikers; each arnied. with i sirp .sting aind' poison. sac: T he ti ikers ar fr equeintl: mistaken- for to irq nt legs, and ironi this res tlhe ide- i "tht the creature has stings Two 'poweriiil projeiioiis, iceseiii 'li?iig-d- ja~:is l rotr.cide :ro- the :l;llead Under each otlihese is a cirsvedipoi -ht;ii oinige.i' (ex '-ictll like ' thoise ,oi rait.lesiiake) wfilich ni-i -i e lifted; -extendeti?a ii]?lokoed?l iiit? the vic ti.n; A e?rsoi tlius stiing -or :bit ten in'.i ust:U c ti-: t.l-araiitful 't?t.'tiiY ait- once/ Ior rtie spider d oes :fiiot seen'm Wiling ti tiii',-k l :i fs: ,ifigsa.: l?_I...

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YELLOW BRITAIN. STRIKING FIGURES FROM THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914

YELLOW BRITAIN. STRIIKING :FI'GURES FROM T'l1 - .: . COLONIIS. Five out of six iiluite Britons lie in the British: Isles-. -In our' colo nies l:esss thal? one ;in: twent- -is white-skinned: . "Th' etiire uviiite population of the' -whole of obi Soi:lt Africant Col0F Snies from Cape Townto t lice am .besi is barelv S0(i00. -Alidl this iiicludes 'tile IDutch.' Nearly; hal" ii milliion of liese wliite .people aree to . be found in i .i'e CIolony. Yet eeven ini tiit old -cilnyn. the negrocs enormously iiitniinber ,the whites. S'JTlere:ari . m .1 ;5(10i,00 blacks in' Ciap)e Colonmy - NABLE TOC COMPETE -WITF'O WI - COOLES.-' I n the other South; African Coloi i i, e o,, so(I i . ieaf C inies the disp roportion is.. eve"i greater.- "The Transvaal has a quiar tier of a iihilion Whites, over 60 0,0 0 b laicks'; Nitd i has 70,000 -wliitcsaiili 800,000 Kalfirs, "who reside illn 3iT native locations, and :ire div ided into: eighty-five different tribes. - These: tribes know their st rength- and...

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Turkish Women's Paper. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914

Turkish Women's Paper. +------- The first women editor in Tuirkiy Mildame Nurieh Hanuni, and the .mine of her paper, a daily, is ."Ka linear- Dunjasse, which translated, ineans P'The Woman's World." .This - lilication is 'specially run 'or -onlene; and the whole stall repre ,ient_-:l what in 'Turkey still maRy be ,;lledl the gentle sex. On the other 2iand, the policy of the pper is n ti-femiiist, aid the rules old' Tir : ev are 'irictly adhered^ to '. iough i omeni awrite the leiadei: n politi al matters nia. he .touched, and he I-burning questionii - lOld 01 id Young Turke3 is letU severel' oiune., lurkey ior I iirkishi omeii is . herecaognmsed -iaxim oi thep texs -':iapcr-. iadiule Ianusni still wecars cri eil. and her essenutial purpose is,6to'ad yc. _the Aoniaon's- inliiuence iFier ,ioiri' andoidiome siurrouidinigs ronen oiirke3 to n ( thin it i;.shionable to :;write; so ian arti ls a.re offer evdery day to qthei Ijornal Questions oi itisl inhiiox.' a.nlll .'ithin, the : ?women'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914

Tel. 1294 Wirdso. MITCHELL & TAYLOR, Estate Agents., 394 Chapel Street, South Yarra. The Home of the Prahran and Windsor j Ladies' Tailoring. Special Reductions this month.i £5/5/- Blue Twill Costumes now £4/4/ All other prices £1/i/- less. ! t J SRERMAN, • :e ,. .'*-l, *L1.^.' Lyric Theatre Buildings, Chapel=st., Prahran. eFraser & Morphet for Good printtig. Z. Glassel ART WIG MAKER, LADIES' HAIR DRESSER and HAIR SPECIALISt 342 Chapel-street, Prahran - Opposite Read's, Wishes to ir.form th3 Ladies of Prahran and surrounding districts that he has taken over the entire Stock in Trade of "MAISON CHARLES," And will be pie s :d to see any Custom :rs of thnirs at his splendidly appointed rooms. Wigs, Transformations, Fringes. A great specialty in Ready-made Switches. CONSULTATIONS FREE. If your Hair is falling out, Mr. Glassel will treat it successfully. ' If your Hair has been spoilt through Dyeing and Bleaching, consultf: Mr. Glassel, and he will put it right. Expert Ch...

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