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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914
BASTER BI RIDES and GROOMS SALE .e S a es I S'rahxran, Note the Address; rilt s -SAY It 181, 183, 185, 187, 189, 191 1i at it's for you to name the CHAPEL STREET If -. .. . h w - ot conivenient' for you to pay cash, At the Corner of "- oa how mnth you can High Street, c otbyafr opy rm1 eky WVe have draw6 .up a list of specially easy Prahrant. ESS FURNITURE . R O£3 worth, 1/- wkly £0 worth 5/- wkly R-0 3/- £45 8/1 4 Rooms Furnished, s | BJ Sss. 9 7 . R 1 6 1 0o s . " so on - n a o u y u .. Payable CASH or TERMS.. ..,. : -+.^ - *-.- :-+ OUR PRICES £7 /10/ Solid. substantially £410 * Y^ J'^El^S'lc. C-aP.Ai oul'v~eno ideahlow 1HH esigns constructed fse ee-te - A ALWAYS Ad o 3 i - a d m - c t o ndsom s-piec sa Idbag Suit s timbers, fitte I with 'ar e canopy top, maw- ft or some happy bride ? bevel'ed mir'ors -n back, stantially built. finished with deeply chiselled hand carving, stroogly spring bevelled mirrors in back, I drawars, 2 nas o yu sha g"- ro bactrongl 9^ /10/U one of the most ...
Where Sound Cannot be Heard. A MYSTERY OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914
Where Sound Cannot be Heard A MYSTERY OF THL SE It is 'i sinigunir and so~newhat disturbi -ef i -ct that- ther ixiequt ntly exists-it seain the i suhre' co'er t by a fog r het tight be desc-.ibed as a zone oi sili ce; tlhat is, a belt oi [space i.nTo ii?nch soeund no. inay be heaird It is the onily thinig 01 alL othert tiost tre t-led b initieri ,t 1 Ther niavi be dauger' ih'l e -say- a'i dedlv rock '~im ii hig inf the vessel course hiat light that h al k? e ita ahether Tro tn lighthouse tot light. shill .is ii n .et& bly the fog. but the crew '-it le.st execet to heii thce Swarninig ltl1t.4t ol the iitglors. No such blaist L-athes thenti The soulti is tconiletell lost in t1he silenth rone and t he hr. t intiiiation thos hare of the daiigei i ahei" ste nes, sel c'rashes oii the rod. "To this lause u-doub edl" iast he attri bsthed sioe ol thr e greit i isas teirs at se" wIhh Ii ' i' e ut-h L ed mains i lshore l?oi ih. -shed e as the cast oi the Stellti foir rstinit e ahit h r...
Library Association of Victoria. ANNUAL REPORT 1913-14. Read at Second Annual Meeting held at Geelong. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914
Library Association of Victoria. 1 ANNUAL REPORT 1913-14. Read at Second Aznnuai Meetin i held at Ge- long. I o thu ie Represenitathies ifithe il I ibrr' Associationi ; SLadies and Gentlement -- . Si: hei Coun'il of your A\sso:ii on hae p r? ini sub matting?:their Annuial Report, togthiler writh tlhe 'linanu??l. Stite nt,- .:,ndu isliidtidhe',lib C I _ C Hefi. oardi (? .i?a) TI h frflut noii siicetiin' 'wis held in\lulorn on June "th, .9 i i d, n ic-sise isll i !ttd he i b?):, ciouniri andi -eitropolitaiin ni-cm-er. PiyTire cojnsri"itt'ed, lhi .M J Mo M I ilkl M A , hd luis XadelineitM)rai on iiir?e),o-l ' ro -re redd dis tussed . md imoionil affrmni inctr-? rastd lnoinci i grint were carred A th n etig th regar" ( ilic-b trrs l i apponte is~l ?ollowst ~ XVice Presidents Di J i ruti X i-s. . Blaiston .. ;jl ,-V ckr?;(Bin-i-rc~h:;-.l,._ib~lr_:fai..,:?(:.-?;B !,!? dl~~cc -.li?.!, )!:·.C,:· (Gtelngi g . orri' Mjilri:I \' d -I Pe hi ick Hon.: 1 ris-rer i11)i Cl. 1D It ( -?thurJ ?iic)P.l...
Saw Napoleon's Retreat. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914
Saw Napoleon s Retreat. .4 In the listriict 01 11escrit, a. wo luau scho can pro'e bs ofmcial lpesthat sh'e a 's oln huindi cd knai taent years ldon. Octoh e 1 tit I sIeei founld b, t F 'ran - I lo'a'~~aoleon s 'InnsLuacl --oti Mosc)w. Afteris 'i is ) ahwsss th iusai' Cossacks th'ase the Ii etli s ollders buck across the trentler The sonu in s am is He dw ti i he wis ri- at - -b Pe. aen ooh lhsii lrilttI, he ah theC 0 til gop b 'ni her nte ia okl gese ide ufotr for he 15h sa3's tia t hat lather fled witth all his tatl intoi& a eighboii iug iraest to. esape tile Cossacki, mnd 101 tlays I she tanned food to hiill
Football. ST. KILDA V. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914
Football. - ST. KILDA V. RICHMOND. There was a large crowd of spec tators to witness the first league match of the season between the above teams, probably 20,000 people. A great deal of interest is being taken in the doing of the St. Kilda Club this season, on account of their ex cellent form last year, when they just missed the premiership in the final match. Added to this the fact that McNamara made his re-appearance with the trn-colors, and everyone was anxious to see how he would shape, it can be readily understood that er citement reigned supreme. Regarding the match itself, it was not a very brilliant game. In the first place, the day was rather warm for football, especially as most of the players are rather short of training as yet, and on the other hand, there beiing so many new men in each team. it can be quite understood that they would not be used to each other's play. If anything Richmond had slightly the better of the game on the day's play, but McNamara was a thorn in...
Banana Wisdom. MANY USEFUL HINTS REGARDING AN EVERYDAY COMMODITY. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914
a Banana Wisdonm : ILANX UjS1FUL HI"TS REGARD ING 'iN EIVYDAY COM- 3ODITY. s onder if it is because banland re heap, like the hoiegls herring.,I tlist lCoplC do not reilise all the S lis ities in them.ni ni ha s no drawthacks. Thiey are nurishing, th > - e t' tii?? for children; thy are ligesi it . I'crh'im the are tnitipilar in the kitiieui ecauisc they fire -cit tinder itool. t'he best ,at- o0 doL)ilrtiit" tooss i to tell them what the linaiiin' tao- do . Rerc iea inw recipes SII AM Si \l .l RI . o, Take halt a dozen liaiunts- and nm i-l thatcti tilty I oe Ot titabttt" cl ad ,diti - a 1itt I. c.Stoi slgui' until the trtilt is like clot- C tel itreatit nd quite smooth, wiith ottt a lititt retaitning. Then add j a t--lcpoontul 0of straswberry jaiti it whisk this -all tup togather. '. 13iis twjciutwors h - o1 ct eamn ar.l tip tt stiffl t ot happeni to ha. a spare whit" of ail e" left over troitt iy-ak a is g't. gila lit to a il' ?ite w idt -I t t -,t in t anut sttt it iin itit the...
Continuation School for Prahran. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914
Continuation School for Prahran. It is the intention of the Committee of the High-street State school to apply to the Education Department requesting that the School be opened as a Continuition School, i.e., Evening Classes for Boys and Girls over the age of 14 years. As it is necessary that 30 or more Scholars be enrolled to start these classes, it is desirable that name; and adJresses of intending Scholars be sent in to the Head Teacher, Mr. Richirdsoi, not later than the 5th May. There is no charge. The following are the subjects: (A) atrtf4an Course 1.--English and Civics 2.. Practical Mathematics 3. Drawing and Manual Work 4. Elementary Science. S() Commtercial Course 1. English and Civics ::-. 2. Commercial Arithmetic S:- . 3. Business Practice, including Correspondence -: Sand Bookkeeping - 4. Shorthand. (c) DollmestiC Barts 1 I English 2. Cookery ." ; . 3. Home Management, including Hygiene, and - 4. Needlework and Dressmaking. , -The subject of English shall be compulsory i...
Hottentots and Other People. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914
Hottentots and Other People. -4------ "If you c~not reply to this you - will go down, down, down in the .astinatiom," is tnt gentle threat of a Canadian correspondent aigning herself A. B. Then she bursts o?t into the following: 'If a Rottentou taght a/ Hotttoe tot 2- Tl'o "-talk ere thc tot could tott O?ght the 1lottentot tot - To be taught to sa : ,aught, Or naught to what oug? o taught h1er2 If to hoot and to toot- . lottentt? tot Be taughit b~ a Il&lt;t tot tooer. oi the 1othentotttot Hoot and toott the H ottentof .?Shouldv a mrischxeio~c: lmiss miss; hr sght in a mist On the sea, will she iss the ship' tnastei -- thn a she will be .7i~m . lit the twisting ist'sti t." " is .!ly th?e ina ,t in' the tiiiO. L dts-t;tr' ---I ":. ll the, n ita iiin the in" st &lt;i'-'- thr manar goinig past?7 | 1 ill the ,??t stifa nii ,r-to kiss hei ? . If the t ti: m)?): iss.? 'the ")i?i' t-at :.:' .: . fust the mast ma? tr ni" iter an. l mi L " ber . It is= ilute or-iginiall declar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914
Phone No. eRAIG & WILLiS SHigh-class TAILSRS ' . LADIES' COSTUMES A SPECIALTY. Suits from 8os. to 1205. S :::Ladies' Oostumes a specialty. Own Materials made up in latest tyles 368 Chapel Street, Prahran. iaJ at the Office of this Paper - - -FOR WIRINTING of Every Description Eastbourne Street, Windsor. "'LINSEED COMPOUND" Trade Mark of Kay's Compsund Essence of Linseed for coughs and colds.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914
FOR - Birthday & Wedding Presents You have the Widest Selection at PHILLIPS JEWELLERY CORNER Do not 'Do not fail fail' Call and See Call and See CHAPEL and GREEN STREETS, WINDSOR. Call and see our Show of Jewellery and Electro Plate and. compare Prices with any other House in Melbourne. HINDRANCES1 TO HEALTHI such as dyspepsia, biliousness, loss of appetite, torpid liver, consti pation, sick-headache, and other evidences of a derangement of the organs of digestion and secretion, may be easily and successfully REMOVED by means of the far famed family medicine Beecham's Pills. For three generations this medicine has been helping people to get rid of all sorts of digestive and allied disor ders and, to-day, it is acknowledged to be the first of all the remedics of its kind. What it has done re others it may reasonably be expect ed to do for you. That recurrent touch of indigestion, liver or kidney trouble which is preventing you from enjoying uniform good health may be removed ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914
SOL, OLD E VER YWHEE Auction Sales of Furniture and Property a specialty. DICKENSON & FORSTER (E. J. Forster, Sworn Valuator). Auctioneer & Estate Agents Rents Collected. Insurances Effected. Loans Negotiated. Only Address 99 CHAPEL STREET. -- TEL.: WINDSOR 111. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Phone 11120 Malvern. JOHN A. REID . DAIRYMnAN, Begs to notify the Residents of St. Kilda, Elsternwick and surrounding Districts, that he has purchased the business lately carried on by and known as JONES' DAIRY, 51 Allison St., Elsternwick, -----o------ Fresh Milk Twice Daily. Scalded Crram always on hand. Picnics and Parties Supplied. The favour of your Patronage Respectfully Solicited. Reductions for Large Quantities. lgar . L Laulrl, Barrister and Solicitor, 161- Greville Street, Prahran Announces that he has purchased the practice of Mr. W. E. BRUNT, and may be consulted at the above address Trust Moneys to Lend. R. W. Kingham, GENERAL BOO0KBINDER, Binder to the Prahran Public Libr...
Motor Traffic and Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914
Motor Traffic and Accidents. There have been several serious motor collisions of late, and while there is no cause for alarm in this, the subject is one that cannot be passed lightly over. Naturally, the municipal authorities are keenly in terested in the traflic of the thorough fares, and have given their attention to motor forms of transit. It is not so very long ago that Cr Naylor endeavoed to induce the Prahran Council to pass a bye-law making it compulsory for motor cars to come to a standstill when passengers are alighting from or boarding tram cars in the more important sections of the city. The contention was that motor cars came along at a too rapid rate and "scattered" tramway passen gers. No bye-law of the kind desired by Cr Naylor was brought into force. one objection raised against it bear that, if motor cars had to pullu under the conditions proposed "there would be a long string of them one behind the other !" Possibly this may be a phantom objection. It was an ingeni...
Appointments of Justices of the Peace. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914
Appointments of Justices of the Peace. During the past week the first inter-state conference of honorary Justices was held in Melbourne. Various matters were discussed, in cluding Children's Courts and the manner of appointing Justices of the Peace. As to the latter two motions were passed as follows " That this conference reconmmends that steps should be taken by the Victorian and New South W'ales Justices' Associations to induce their respective Governments to issue certificates of appointment of hono rary Justices, under the hand of the Minister controlling such appoint ments." " That this conference recom mends each Association to take such steps as may seem most desirable and essential to improve the appoint ment of Justices of the Peace." To find Justices of the Peace talking about " improving the appointment" of Justices of the Peace savors very much of the humorous. In effect, the conference says if mistakes have been made in the past let them be avoided in future. There hav...
The Lyric. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914
The Lyric. The Lyric Theatre, Chapel street, continues to retain its popularity as the hub of attraction in photo plays, patrons coming from far and near. The selection of pictures is so ad. mirably made that they never fail to please. Two very fine star pictures were presented during the week in a Nordish drama, "Steel," and "The Fighters of the Plains." " Request" music is an innovation that is meet ing with general approval.
Popular Science. LATEST DEVELOPMENTS. SIR OLIVER LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914
Popular Science. + - LATKIsT DEVULOPhEKETS. SIl Ola0.IVT LOTG;E. >:-' Sir Oliver .odge has attained the djistinCislhed positicon he occupies in he scienitific world. in th,- ftce :-o circimsti.,!ces by no m.leans favour-. allf. Fronl 14 to 20 he-wias en gaci.t in business.- and s ii'iis eaily sidies iwere accomplish?ed .: his ci e re ho: r. o he 'i prioiwiipti of the Unive.rsity oft ir(ininghani, andl one of I te-' greatest' of livingi ailthoritie-s 0: ele::tricity, -? mchanii irs, iand kindlred matters. M AN:- TA VJ' IN .MORIES. . Monsignor Itns?,l . in"itheT: course of a receni lt ture Caton RiHal, London. ex:otlcitl;d tlie. theory ii men lit- inl hai it . -i-Ils-ani objective consrioitsnel.-s ';lid' : silijective con sciou"sness. - "lhe: ll;s it rlWO ll'iiC tiight. be co-iiti tr i jwith; ai.! ippeir and a lower roo0i rept'ectiely tcoi netcl.rl hi-. tra' 'loo0ri - Drea-llas wvere the workinlg's ol:: the subjective conscience. ui:licontrlile"l by the' cri ticis-ln and reason o' ...
BABY CAR HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914
BABY CAR HOUSE. There is a splendid assortment of cars at the Baby Car House, situate at 444 Chapel street, Prahran, near Malvern road. The stock is con sidered to be one of the beet in Australia, based on the latest London designs, 1914 patterns. A specially useful line of pramettes are manufac tured at £3 3s each. These form either double, single or bed. Repair ing in all branches is carried out, and aprons, canopies, &c., are made and fitted. Every satisfaction is guaranteed at the Baby Car House, and intending purchasers would do well to pay visit of inspection.
First Come, First Served. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914
First Come, First Served. -----+--- Lord Charle lrereef-rd once landed irriedly at San Fr:teisco, or sonio tier port in tlhe -tae' , once asked to -itlnner. writhin ar. ho r or two, by a (lei)utation of inent men ,~ho -wold take i,' appeared at the aiclquet :in .orning dre.?. hiil hostlsal! -beinir -orrcty ? titired. and. colriItriied the Cecch of the c'ening by ial.olo0gis 'g profi.u-l for "is apar&lt;:nt lack . of good mannei'rs ii .thus, 1 peanritg; Mefore thent inproperly- tressedi but .aid he wouldl take letave-to explaiin.. lie had contldcf! his diiulv.ty lie- : idl. in hI'iin at the -elevent lihour- i vith' lt ,e vinig clothes, to t.he ho t.l ma~ N;r, who told him tha it th Sttar was quite enssy,: and tat ihe had only to start' a: tI riile tair\; l i fal i' "at Messrs. oS-anii-So, ; ,;:. Simnething .Avee -.- ol-t : ;iro't. ,where he 1qull. be rigge?ed oit tia n tint.. - 'To hi is isiay, h owever. the. shop--. keeper exlressed his regret and in- t oillt , culomiply . l...
Armadale Baptist Tennis Club Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914
Armadale Baptist Tennis Club Concert. All those who availed themselves of the opportunity of being present at the concert on Tuesday evening in the Armadale Baptist Church, under the auspices of the Tennis Club, were entertained with a programme, which was thoroughly appreciated, encores being demanded for nearly every item. Included in the items which at tracted the large audience were con certed items by the Welsh (Gwalia) Choir of male voices. The numbers were all well chosen, and gave the choir a splendid opportunity of dis playing the excellent quality of their voices to the best advantage. Miss Mabel Thompson was as usual very successful in her vocal numbers, which comprised "If Thou Wert Blind," "The Charm of Spring," and Gounod's "Serenade." Miss Thomp son's particularly sweet and musical soprano completely captivated the audience, who very imperatively de manded encores. Two vocal numbers by Miss Wynne Macoboy, "Sleepy Song," and "Leaves in the Wood," gave this singer an ex...
Federal Politics. PRIME MINISTER AT ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914
Federal Politics. PRIME MINISTER AT ST. KILDA. Under.:the auspices of the Bala clava Branch of the People's Liberal League, a Liberal rally was held in the St. Kilda Town Hall on.Monday even ing. There was a good attendance, and the clhairi was occupied by the Lord Mayor, of: Melb'ourne, who is president ofi the league. 'The :clh-airiian, in -introducing the Prim inisrtliSter (Mr. Cook), expressed the 'regiet - wiichl the Liberal electors reit at tn ? met' that the Hon. Agar \'nii?e (PIostmaster-G eneral) did not intelid to oiler himself for re-election at tile -rinext election. The Piime Minister, in the course 1 of lihis remarks, said capital and labor should co-operate to fight their com Imon .enemies instead of fighting each I other. (Applause.) Mr. Hughes had said labor's lot was much better to day. It ought to be. But who was re sponsible for the betterment in Vic- 1 toria? He had attended the funeral I of the late Rev. A. R. Edgar the day I before. It was reminiscent of what ...
HUXLEY'S CONCLUSION. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 2 May 1914
HUXLEY'S CONCLUSION. The late Professor Huxley; during ;an in viittion to )rsi'm te -it ieet ing to ieiheld thb following' iigh Iy tlme Anti -Tol acco leaigue. T huugh oiewltsurprisedi proiessoi ac :ceup'etl ed.the invitatioii -;- idi i t?iee iol - lowii'ig e? igi ii diy : iistaLsllel in the chai e rer e was"" iii ige * Kheri ingi ani d the it ed entle Zilit'.m I -cei ,etl d I-ietil.Ly r.eceptioii. wL ilei and. gin luillen,' said tie; .profssol uiinris im-. slhall open th is i ee ting by-rling alitntl-e ii tidet 1.l.i';iiccruIs cir'red some ;-ye ii r%: ;i 'a-'-';I i a ona';.vi sit to a very (lexirfirieind ?of: iin?lre-wii, iis 'nt thiwtit tiine ieeply 'interested ir disc ia : tli5n i reieClY.1i a ade 'iT coniection... ested in thesainie subjt inehi a ii iiatut dl- led icltou7uich aninmnial Tl discussion_ -Howevci -no ith taistes; iii arious stul ies t.tere ws one poillii. oii whci lwel i-lere itii: iwi ist- Ion' thedcoiitru ddetestel Lobacco.:;in afiy to);:ine?C - ceat il :..After?2...