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Putting it Nicely. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914

Putting it Nicely. A group of four convicts wtere overhliard the other day thatting about dihat they were "in for, 'and each one in turi told his exper ience. The first one had killed -a ni, the secondl had pilut another man's signature to a chequei while` the1 third one had gone in for a plui rality of spouses. The. fourith man; howeier, did not seeni inclinedto mtake any disclosures. I fe was a sanctinionious-lookiig inmaii, who, although a professionial gainblei, was called p"arsoi." "Come, parson, what 'liought you here ?" "I doni' care tosa". said he:` "Out with iti S hoo aanybo d askedon "No didn't shoot anyonee,2 but since yori would like to know I gottiime' because I ,didn't build " church i l)eei :silence fell upon the group: =mo siuiic exciuse for penal servitudeB finid ever lbcen heard brdore, foie d the "parson' was asked to explain. "W,\Sell,. you see;, a congregationii raised several hundred pounds -to 1build .a church, and handed it over to me to builild, and I didn't...

Publication Title: Prahran Chronicle
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Lightning Cures. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914

Lightning Cures. ,'lhere is an oll Ns ing to the ef feac tha t f' iith will either kill or cure," and it would seeii to .pl'! y to li'ghtning ilns i'eritis ly it is . enieds liy i which nolbit liod he persuailed to _ti v5 t iiiIit i, but tl'hei a .re "iti ae- ciise5iii record _t here .i ermuanent liengltt hs been derivted f'oii' heit i' si rict l y light. niig -tli t is, .silijectel to Natlure's owi electrical Iretmi iieiit A- telegraph eUnilo Ik iii i;erniiiaii who nas ina niilllating li . ipistrir nient. luriirg a severi, tiiunder storm nwas seen to fi ll ait the very isttInt thi t, a lightnitig flash of in teinse vividiness t ocelrred.i ,ti irst Ie was thought tio hli' e'ieen kill' id iiistaiitlys hut it as iafteisirwids found thalt he wiis still alive;il thouighi he was bUoth -senseles'` inl paitul sed. 1ni his 5i1 ite., re nainted. about' ttitis-! hu -hiiirs, alid thei .recoverei.t rnti ietely. straiigely enoutgh. r lori t he lightning stroke he wis iii very it ili iTerecit hei...

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SUET PUDDING (Plain.) [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914

04 -SL1 Pb IPO IN (Ptla in. ) 1 cc lb ri intstc Fly beet suet liiiely rhoppel @1 1 l. flour, pint nilli lemon fresh itter or cream. stga. Method Mix all the dry iingre dientsin l d the iiollc aiid wori n to' f:iirl y stilt doiugh_ lut thi itixture in to: a floured thl hi e ul iltl boil gently for : hours: Serve with r(ti-irters ofIlemonii fresh tut ter or -creamt and sugair (moist or castor).

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CURRANT CUSTARD TARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914

s teilt la. . bae ch0 torl sugar,' r1ozs:e Currants :I eg, * a"htter; 1 pinth o iiti iI -very sii till piichof salt I itle grated litlpe' - Short raust 10ethud-Mix tFe- patent - I V with- the iugar salt" ad .niilk, stir -it, "6j Cl:the' fire: until it fboils, thein old the "cirra-itis iutlr iid the 'egg: = x tioroughily ". e ll e ajolit- tin/ a ',li ort cr uist .Line n do/en o ncr moi- greased-: patty pans, and fill with? the custaird mixture. Bakec in a molerite: oiven 15 mii utes.

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Sweets in Perfection. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914

Sweets in Perfection. ,A delightful sweet course is as silured if you read and use the re citeF given below. The Greek Cur rinit lenIds itself to an infinite var ice. of treatmerit, and possesses, in :iluitlon to an incomparable flavouri ,i nutiriti e poweri entiiel ;its own. )u -not ' look upon the sweet course a sonietlhing tat niorel ollows the mheat It should ir'e dlit le In iil ortint rt of the' mealI ilgi is a suhitiiiice Otih at iic s hone ii and mustiie, l and n providese ner 'el- - I lie verv heslkind'of sugar is graple-sugiigairahth` is a iasils_ -digest ill t Ciurraits cini i i liai ichgi rape s-girl adt just'`a tout-I oi tairtai iri iti a huh gi es that ilL ditincti ve hlIlsoar I r ie u`lse' ic 1urt i' ili:ilis' iilthi itel econo thcsre cilts Y.,

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Windsor Lodge of Oddfellows. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914

Windsor Lodge of Oddfellows. Loyal Windsor Lodge, Grand United Order of Oddfellows, held the half yearly meeting on Monday night, when there was a very large atten dance of members. Election of officers for the ensuing term resulted as fol lows:-President, Bro. J. C. Randle; vice-president, Bro. F. C. Marchant; past president, Bro. E. Roper; sup porters, Bros. E. Ashton, R. White, and G. King; press correspondent, Bro. F. W. Luce; sports secretary, Bro. E. Ashton; general secretary, Bro. G. Minty; warden, Bro. C. B. Marsden; assistant secretary, Bro. R. Kingham; treasurer, Bro. W. W. Scatterfield; sick stewards, Bros. Munro and Mars den. Arrangements are being made to celebrate the anniversary of the lodge. Next meeting will be held on June 9, when the installation of officers will take place.

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Africans Not Barbarians. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914

Africans Not Barbarians. -- +· --- Recent diiscoveries f P rofessor Leo Iprohenius, the :nios German.: explorer and archaeil ni ist; have proved that ,lfricani a'rc not the -ignorant baiarbitis- we have usuilly thought .tliei to he- I-licy' prove' t h i liigh degre o civilisa ion o combitieilc with I igh -irtistic ilbility has existe2d ii vi inns ;i tis o Afri-e dod still exists to-dai l Ihliet obei.cts collectiet Frobeiitus have: been'ilaceriiii onclhibiiiti on- an -niusetinu-in`.Berlin, :iadl havle excited cgreat interest by. their -i tistic cha-i acterl The 'piofessor poitis out that AfricaiL art. lhs a- hieiili-irr character; becauise tle lifie of the \frilau is piissCed eiitirsl' dout t it iiioirs, uilee Sas'te heniiitai life of the Eiropean is''issoci-iteil with the interior. Slie' objects -ire iniad ilirectlyroin itiirillii it-ri-l w-iIhout greait arti hiil chanligin i.i _'Iii s gives t1heis a iiiiiiti u chiiriacti liehit Lone thoi - oughlil i-in lairnioii° adtihhthiim iiter ...

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St. Kilda Court. Tuesday, May 26. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914

St. Kilda Court. Tuesday, May 26. Before the Mayor (Cr. O'Donnell), and Messrs. Smithwick, Levi, Willis, and Mahony, J's.P. TRAFFIC REGULATIONS. Constable Walsh (Balaclava) sum moned George Pearce for riding a motor cycle without a light on the night of May 13. A fine of 10/- was imposed. Alfred Higam was charged with driving a horse and lorry through a public place without the name of the owner on the vehicle. Constable Stephens stated that defendant told him that acid he carted had erased the name. Fined 10/-. Charles Jolly was charged by Con stable Stephens with having driven a three-horse lorry on to the footpath in Alma-road. Defendant was fined 10/-.

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Figures and Fancies. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914

Figures and Fancies. If-and don't forget_ the if --you were ffered: as Ca hr sties PreC set either i althe 1 intd in the bii ted ^Kintjom or,; apit e' atnichee n 'common calico' ao the a n rte 'which. ooitild you choose.?= ''Probiably- -' withouit a tottcitit s hesitatton, 'you: would ='- " land .and would tnigittt -thaliitt tvot had got ery tih the ette of the .bargatin. -- F rotit otie'-point 'of ie,-at- course.- tlit, itttJlt he so,, tar BI t ast'is loiger -tantin oesali co~- Ott the other htiunt 1,:however.t voti at oultl ;ie choosing -er :- ittch 'the cliea Cer-- · fthe tw 1 otl ered giftt.. TIhe land af the `United laitigititin. includitig town areas. is- estinmtited to -te-otth -o ! ,00, 000,000. `1ice of cheap calico -of the s ame.see i s . , thlic ,nited Taingdon naotild cost itiore tliain £'9 000,000,000. ti llictult to believe, isn't; it "Still; thei. iicts cditnot be detnied.th "er-ce '-ititttti I- land nity te teclktt n :isb liciit wotth, £20.0t it -aret ild ing _1,tttd...

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Victorian Deaf and Dumb Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914

Victorian Deaf and Dumb Institute. His Excellency the Governor and Lady Stanley have consented to be come patron and patroness respec tively of the Victorian Deaf and Dumb Institution and Schools for the Deaf, St. Kilda-road. At the meeting of the Board of Management of the Victorian Deaf and Dumb Institution and Schools for the Deaf, St. Kilda-road, held on Mon day last, a special vote of thanks was accorded to the vice-president, Mr. T. M. Stewart, for his generous donation of two hundred and fifty pounds (.£250), to be used tor the erection of a new wire fence round the front grounds, and the purchase of a num, her of electric clocks.

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Danger in Dyeing Brown Boots Black. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914

Danger in Dyeing Brown Boots Black. If you dye your brown boots black you may have to spend more money than if you bought a dozen pairs of new boots. In many of -these dyes are uiiline colours, which are easily absorbed by theI open. pores of the feet, and the result -may he a very severe t.Lype of blood-poison ing. -The latest case' -to he re ported is 'that of. a perifectlh'cal thy youing mani who wore * iiair of. brown shoes "that:. had just- ieenc dyed black and were not yet dry. In two . hours he Blecame livid, :L.he lips bluish,- the cars puirple the nos trils retracted, " the skirt chilly i-nd liulse 120 and wealk. IThe doctors were puzzled.. until they saw tlhe nlewly bilacked shoes in a corner of the room where the younig man .hail flung them in his agony. \iter treatnment the young main recovered.i but he wanted no nmore of the shoes. - In another case a: young iiean put on a pair of shoes dyedul in the -saome tway,.and putting on nio socks mount ed his bicycle. i fifteen ...

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Trapping Criminals Through their Pores. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914

Trapping .Criminals. Through- theiir Pores. Medicial attention ilis' bctn ireccntlý' direct -ed to )'0porosco10 ( =a m ethod of "crimintal- Iantd statistical registri- tioi of- inmankind w ich nil noo ditliubt i onice be Lthe source of a new--crop of detecive stlories, Ir. .ard,ii - 0f Lyons,-. France, standis sponsor for tlhe iiew dispeil sitiotl; Iln b1s -rief is heldi for the iien sclwtnie ,of iieasuretlitets leciisse ihe is len tesoially con l inedl I llt ii t is the equil-aiid- miuicl esier f lup pliefitdn-1)1 f the firger jri nt niiethoi of- Kirl Peairsoni nd Il 1i tletillotii. . t nies lII- cot' d tescribes liorosci\ ss as-lie - sictie, of -tie --s ludy- n dfl tblislation :of tle open ingt, orifices, 'and cnal oti, i the, sweat -tducts of the liige puli instead of the lines iatl ridges . iii the finger print. . tindin i g ii meta iphlor, hie .yn say the holes in ttrotsers c. ttttt -Qltogetheri e., consiLeredi withotlut reference to the sletnder re militit of the clothl, : but...

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Prison Masterpieces. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914

Prison Masterpieces. I3Byron's famlnous .poem, "The Pri soner of Chillorn," is supjposed to be written by Btonnivard, the Genevan patriot,- whilst he wass incai cerated in the Chateau of GChillon oin `the shoires of the lake. But the : poem iwas ieally written ate lightnig speed ,whilst Byron was ;iumprisonred by inclemtent 'weather for am nighit iid a day in tllhe neighbourh ood,: I\ecirthleless =some notable. literary: schii eanients ihave beeii resl " ii itteii' in ,jail; uindoubtedl the mi ost outstanding licing, tiw - of the world's Idgreaitest` clissics - I heAl. l entiires of )oir uixole ' n-,iit :The Pilgriims a aI ogrgess." If only. thlose toii ubooks hId o belonged iii the literature: of, cipti wits thin w ould Iiie eeiin suflicieiit to iinke that literaiture distinguished -and oili inortal. T homas Cooper, the" Clrtist whose- life reids like's rominme idt whose' iiamie is heldi in re eiv ice iy: niodlern refoi iirs wi ote a riemnrlable poem whilst he vas 'ly inam in p iso...

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Sport for the Million. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914

Sport for the Million. --+-~ N lioness brioke loose from her cage in a locail iunicgerie in Brus sels; andl raun tlihroughI tlheC streets -in which were nanny children re uirinin g fron schooll 'ITlhoiugh one xxoiild h ix e thought it would have Ipicked. i up: one of thlese youngsters wish the greateslt case, yet it tiurn edl oin a lhorse .which Ihad :been left iby its flxingi iastoer standling by the kerb. T'his the lioness .speedily killed. Then, prouably being a goodi deal worried and frightened by the shrieks . and cries oif the people, it enlitered an open door in a pri vate. house. The irnihabitants fled upstairs; taking refuge on the roof, and the lioness wenti.into the kiit chen. I The police arrived and tried to -shoot the beast, built, "being un able to get a fair sight of it, they- faiiledl. Meainwhlile, the lioness ranged through the house, dlestroy ing all . the furniture. . Finally, . a cage' with a lion inside was brought before the house, the door. nas open ed, -the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914

all at the Office of this Paper FOR--- PRINTING of Every Description, GLOBE DYE WORKS Save the Cost of " Winter Outfits by DRY CLEANING or DYEING the Dark Shades now Fashionable. -L \ Ladies' Costumes Cleaned 5/ -THE GLOBE Ladies' Costume Dyed S from ... ..5/6 Ladies' Blouses Cleaned " from ... 1/3 / Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned f from ... ... 4/ J Gentlemen's Suits Dyed from ... .. 5/6 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 Shades. RECEIVING OFFICES: 2'1 CHAPEL STREET, near Windsor Station; 156 GREVILLE STREET, near Town Hall; TOORAK ROAD, two doors South Yarra Station; OLENFERRIE R.D. Mlalvern. High St, WINDSOR, I door from Chapel St. TEL. 1706 WINSDO5I. Works-4o, 42, 44 Ellis St., S. Yarra, ofiChapel St. Phone 1755, Windsor Ex. SAW AND MOULDING MILLS, DUKE STREET, WINDSOR, Opp, FALLON's, Drapers, Chapel Stret. Wm. Marsh & Sons BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS. L...

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DERELICT, AHOY! THE PERILS AND DANGERS OF THE ABANDONED HULL. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914

. DERELICT, AIUOY! T'IHE-: t'ETITLS .AND. .1)"NGERS, OF' -':l- 'TlIF. 9 X}:NI) rixcu;ni OF;_ý"_ I h' dlisiniisted, L ttiire Ii Io der elil.t olatifig 's ly n: the wcatir :i to ..be lusiost 'I tlov ýithi tl si a i~~ is, ortofi ite. r gren t <il-ngcr to ha' vigaiti 111 cipe clI , i s' in fo } s.itii the.i I he' j it of, iderelicts -areo iil ' i =liciis' l ieid 1i~thi Ciliier: They -iia h i`; h l't :Siebr i isni sketic t f li dJ~ered1 I ~siluttIýf fielpless.in- . Lorrin, partly' d'iioli.heil 'hb "lirc, ' 'n i.ol -i.in oian i 'iv iceberg or i thue nncrcii- _force . of thlteiaves.: theusel st's I li t h e wii :' miiillelii to {iike litie .shi'i tsetaIworthyl, imaif have ali iii i trII li leli boat, or bare Ianrestued bý in- e n iassini.u, 1vessel licitu iitel-s their, flate, tieir fo ios n ii sliii ii ,iei ith rio ireininiiiis r ir etic ill. unsinik ita e iiii i-" rriveii' ihiie r :ad :tll= ;tliniiver- L'the. ot in, ai the inerct' fiii Iih inds hai -ii;cid-irre'ts. iitll rse o...

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A Shark Detective. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914

A'Shirkf Detective. Sfi rhfig \and'- sas faturi .Ii- .itislw .rsliifi as. :i suspectl Iver. f l- r release, io ittci i fjhl e r- lf c -i i in if.la 1nite-i sim-hire- she han fct a-LA I firoigit mi- truir seritiif ( Li.e iift -iahfo oi iwiig jt the :ibsefiie i- ifri-it I1 itoi!r do-' ctam is *-- fiiarwiis 1 :srij wfi soirn nifonic ifs11 iiiitiuiidtfi '1' \ei 1necgfi horiourhof : - 5Wir-n i I-ti--is' iof )eij. it it-iS fooiiif ocontfiio fci ihufle 1of, fitpif C ;rl itL fe to the 'caiy . These weres r eriedi in ignor Vlccc of ti i o f if i ei f cen to iffl feil to- fice onsfconation. hits. fie shark served -is detec tive "f'These iateresting' domihnents art said io hate fliccu stored itin the tiuseti n at .11 iltlatica -irl fii risfled in the grr nt eitatilIItke thereit few years ago; fut the heiad of the shark is still on view at the Royal United Service 1I5stitstion, laundon.

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Football. ST. KILDA V. SOUTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914

Football. ST. K ILDA . ,SOUTH MILBOURNE There-. is aiw-ysy keen rivaiiyxi hens thiesaliove teams niteetaiid last.Satur day ws no exception to the 1 ole a the ,-Southl Melbourne Cricket Ground 'wt s i- axed, to' its "utmost when =the: toi unstfrom tthe opposite ena of tll *bert -aik-:lake tried conclusio 1-li Excellency t1ie Governor=Gene ril --Sir- tonald uimnro Ferguson, graced tli esstemblage and saw his liist game 01 Autti alien tooths 1 f n-ast e nd- exciting g-ne; was expected --ut: ts it tur ned out .witis as somew"hai-"spoiled by3 the central umpire .t \Vtiin wio stopped the game tot I ti- most tin iil fault d carried it sto such anl vextent 5thiat' 'he y'got the s boll son-i-asthe ball Ueat_ bounced, et isde meted u it orsiardi, atd Cazls scoredirolif a riuning shot. Aiftet some gie Iand =take plfy Southi insitged to;soiol k tle biell into :theI vicinity;, ol the Stdi egoll i d i -i otlndt ruelnanI ebistoreta: major point There'- ati se little dliffel eice be= tswecon the .t...

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Elwood and South St. Kilda Progress Association [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914

Elwood and South St. KildaProgress Association The usual meeting of the above as sociation was held on Tuesday- e'ven ing in the Methodist school rooni.. Mr.; Duigap (president) occupied :tle chair. rhe night was wet,. cold, and':blowy,. buiit- nothstanding^ there! ias a :good ittendan ce Crs Hewison andh Scuil: aplog ising fori? iailseiice and say SMr. Burnett Gray3 (secretary) read a etter lie-d iwrittenito tei fiiiistei oe;ldtecir iiostall Ia cili ie pinted?alut ti a a -bo t 3:0 t chidi e ' woi. l d attendal ag 'itate: sclr Ilat i wtiestalif Eiobd iLethte r s ?icr? ladr.: b ee : receive d <9; f .biilk' : ?.,: ii?:t i~e : ??:iiid iwesd?reiad i regark th atoit- ss proia esittieri- fli;stal irsfacilrC a it "ies-leera Qeiiestingo of itehf liost 6?l.ce .as Sbeii. Hewis(n i ekpi ined ito nit -s. Siregird- o oth e P toi : Bod triaiik siglned byl ll .to e -in nitciit-iiieIs2lcd eretad in: thetram.' way ' systm. . . : : C'. He ispo saide St. :Kii da's iutotl, beauie restign -oi...

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Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914

Bowling. By BUWLER.:.. 'Trie Cai iton rink touriuney was- com pletect on- Satuirday, the< winning rink .bein g: thait:icaiitiiinAeOb-R'Woods ;.a ean Ti te team by the way tiit'beat H.- Rider' `team. The lifii iiiaslayedbet ee Woodos' rink anidy crari '-.Nor tb lFitzroy °rink, tlii giires being 15 Woods, and 10 lniBarr- Tue gisneat times was inmost interesti gig stages; and Woods a'assiarinil conpatuiatedoii illhs ViC tors At the co" iusion f the game to'ats i ere honored tlitof theo V.B.A. being included, and to which Mr. S. Nathan, president, Iresponded. Ex cellent management prevailed throughout the tournament. The Collingwood tournament was advanced another stage on Saturday, and will be continued to-day. The Richmond Union riink tourna i.ent also started, and the weeding ont process started in real earnest. Incluted in the bunch was .n Arma dale represelntative, Clendinnen, who was beateln by Davies, of tlie City Club, by one.

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