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THE DEAD HAND. ANECDOTES ABOUT THE MAKING OF WILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

THE DEAD HAND. ANECDOTES ABOUT THE MAIK ING OF WILLS. 'Moderation anl co nr:onsuli ricy rarely fo ni in :ills-or,; in > ed anywhere; else. 1hy, If .Y m t been rather a fool all 'o r life. shoild you cease to be a `tol it those written regulations u.her by being dead, you hope to contr3l the living.? Deathbed repeni ances some times mak'e good. -nills.i ' ;Bit gener ally mills are hut the last. expres, sion of the folly .that inspired their makers all along :'c: Hene the Pro :bate Coii,t nhh. is aliways buisy Mr :I dgar e in Hall, in his Ro inance of 'ilels 'cthdn Testaments," published li- . sher Ln".,in has made a; curious collection of odd wills. billt he does it .analyse the Astr'.'i g cc ten licitins b" i:recounts Cn2 of them- is the famed un willingness is mia e a villkt atall o doubt Mon ataignie gis the true exiiplanation of this whn' he says: :'Because men tion is. made of Death in men e wills I "arrant iou there is onne will sei his handl to them, til the hysiciar bath g...

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Cheesing a Wife by Her Teeth. MOLARS WHICH MEAN MATRIMONIAL HAPPINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

Skees ig a Wife by Nor I Teeth. MOliAItS iWftilCII MEN MARl'i MONIAL HAPPINESS. S Has your future wife pink-tinted or chalky teeth ? Prospective -bridegroomns. look to it. If she has the former - you are in a for a good time, for girls with 'pink-tiinted teeth have loving dispositions and will make gbod wives.' But girls who have dull, chalky teeth are not iproi to .lorve, and will not. ,s a genrrTi thing, make good i:iies. The'y marry' only for the ntalriii tages, monetary or otherwise, they- ho(e to obtain. o __e are'told, at any rate, by an e iiineit - dental surgeon whi re turnet--- a short time ago frotm the )entists' Convention in New York, and wihose views have been publish ed in the "Standard. Th. question naturally arises, but what if the teeth are false ? 'ihat is a point whigi the man who is looking for matrimonial happiness will have to study, says the expert. As a matter of fact, the latter con .endas that dentists should ie.cnalled upon for strictly confidential ad vic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

Fraser & Morphet tor Good Printing. ,:LYRIC Theatre ESPLANADE, ST. KILDA. 1 Che ButterrCs EVERY EVENING, Wet or Fine. A 8.80. STAR PICTURES INCLUD SG THE 1NTLY R IC G A Z ETTE. Prices. 2/-, 1.6, 1/. and 6d. B,x Plan at Allan's, and Solomon's, Grey Street. TELEPH )NE 34d4 Windsor. A Continental Al Fresco. P ARADISE ESPLANADE ST. KILDA. The Most Popular Picture Resort in the whole Metropolis. Complete Change of Programme every cMonday yC& Thursday. Nightly at 8.30. Lessee - - W. J LINCOLN. Manager - R. D. HOULDIN. I Tdlsphone---3495 Wind aor. O~I II 18 1I PALAIS DE DANSE Continuous Continuous Summer Dancing 8 p.m. Every Evening 8 p.m. ESPLANADE, D St. Kilda Beach D Where the Cool Breezes blow / Z. Glassel ART WIG MAKER, LADIES' HAIR DRESSER and hAIR SPECIALIST 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 a...

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THE KING OF USURERS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

THE KING OF USURERS; On Ieceimber 7, 1911, the world saw the last of .- -i . inoneylender, '"that infamous blood s-ut-ker,' for he was then buried It Crowhlorough, Sussex, at the age t0f sintý;;ine. It wass owing to his rn -and ertorti'on 1 that the o9 f the Moneylendlers Select Comnn ltee in 1897. and he was ersy unwilling to unifold to the (Coismittee the story of his "good utid 'sand the "persecution" he hiidl S undergone. But the Coiniuittee Ineir of his extortionate dealings, and would have none of his hypo criasy. The first case was of an rlsh land owner, -whom he had lent 1£00 I and who was forced to repa -11 L .ini principal andi inteesit nithiti three years. Another case was that of a lady who 'had borrowed Ls, and.l Ifoud herself faced with i:- demand for 6S9, eriaeipal and intere ts. had tihe case irs ranoii Iasked= him4 about his "suicide -book, fnti ikept` an account of the num her of people who had been driiven to suicide. mw - denied there was su.h a oooa in existenic...

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CAREFUL ABOUT SECRETS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

CAIIFýlI'UL ABOUT SISORieTS4> M 011 sou,'" aid his :fith er;' -want tQ tell ou that- thsecrt ot ny ecccss as it muste be of ainy man's, s hard work "Shl Father, e-, l d, the son, I lont. Care to hear other ipeoples secrets; and I am too .:much of , a gentleman to f.ake ad:antage of in-1 formation gained in htb'et way Say 11no more. - Lieryman (to_. rider) Here what's. this. Half a croc n? : Vwhy you're: cen outto hours Oider: "'So I may have,. but I've only em on the blrute's liack about ten miSrtcrs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

FRASER and MORPHET for Good Printing. astbohurne Street, Windsor. READ'S SALE now on. f x.1'1 '~C.` '~~' Chapel Street, P rah ran. 'II - ~<PRAHRAN Chapel Street, ......4,. -ookngmNrth rrt j _y' lr"M1 _ -). t 'ý _ - d' ..ý= - - ý'" '+. ý L~, ill :.C, - i uý: - -. - -; ~r;a-' ''".+y'' ý .ýr..." Se `ýi -ý ý ' i ": . ..; rS'y y%' ' o? ? % --r - 4r "ý'_.: ia: . ^ y' cý.^- -ý "ý bu ,ý - -": ' ý_ ';ý ýýt _..i-y:-. "ý '.tlt;. Yý`.-.'.i...dyi'ý::'!.v'ý .:!' Sa.fr"ý P ý ..r _tý"'" AN OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN. "Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething. Should always be used for Uhildren while Teething. It Soothesthe Child, Softens the Gums, Allays all Pain, Cures Wind Colic and is the Beet Remedy for Diarrhoea. Directions for Using ,ire Winslow's soothing Syrup.-For a child under one month old, 6 to 10 drops; three months old, half a teaspoonful; six months old and upwards, a teaspoonful three or four times a day. For Diarrhoea, repeat the above dose every two hours, until t...

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21,200 GUINEAS FOR A PICTURE. THE BOOM OF RAEBURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

21,200 GUINEAS FOR A PICTURE, + THE BOOM OF RAEI3URNS. A picture painted by IRaeburn, and measuring 48iins. by 38Iins.-say, 12 square feet of can:as-was bought by Messrs Diuvreen Brothers for 21,200 luin'as at Christie's Saleroom in ltdono -This works out* at about 1850 a square foot. The picture lwas the portrait of airs. Hay, nee Etlizabeth Robinson, of Banlf, awife of M. joi-General An dres Hay, of bloiint Blairy: She sears a white muslin dress \with a pale blue 'aistband and a palec blue cap and is seated on a green chair. The price :s a record for a three quarter-lcngth Fortrait. Although the picture was put into the Weirtheimer sale' it did not form part of it. It wnas described as "the property of a gentleman... FIVE-FIGURE PRICES. A iboom of Raehburns began exactly a year ago it.hen Messrs." Duveen Brothers paid £23,415 at Christie's for the ct"Mrs. `Robertson William son," which price holds the record for all artists - of the British school. Since 1900 there1 had been iluie...

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E S. D. of Church and Bar. WHAT BISHOPS PAY THEIR TAILORS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

SS. 0. of Church and Bar. ----+--- WHAT IIISHOP'S P'AY THR~li TALLORS. There are certain professions which you cannot enter without paying a heavy tailor's bill. There is no choice. An iron law forbids you to do .without certain expensive arti cles of raiment. You cannot begin your work without invoking, the tni lor, nor can you advance in thoise proifessions withouit further heavy toll. ~ . -. Takc the legacl profession, You cnlid pIass youre Csanlcciatiopns, :ent p - y reour dinners; get alled, ebut you `cinnot take: a brief and get .to work until you have run up the ifollywin'g little account: Bar gown. £02 's. wig (and case for same). Li£6 Os.; bands, 6s. If all your suits are gay in colour you must get a dark one for wearing. in court, say £3 10s. The total is £12' 4s: And the barrister comes off lightly, after all. When he "takes silk' he'll pay a furither toll, and there hie ends. A parsoin is let in for the follow ing Cassock,- :0s. girdle or cone tuire,` '5s.; -sirplice; a ...

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IRISH HOSPITALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

IRISH HOSPITALITY. I hapi n.nd, while on a motor tour to Corkagilney, in the Dingle Ilen ins; la, in County Kerry, to r ach ramp at nightfall. and l eing qn willing to push on to Tralee, o er a road that is, to say the least, of it, bumpy, sought fobr -an_ in.i; lnrtf there was nothing but the usiual grog shop-cum-store. I hailed a native. 9hiie .Mrls Shahan was the. good loni an. dd it vas she that would mriaikae your honil oir comfortable.~ I sought Mrs. ShehanrlaI'r - han was ill. MArs:- Shehan e'pressedl suitable regret; and referred ;nin to .1rs. Fitzgerald. As :ill-luck: would have it, : rsa Fitzgerald .was ill, too. =There vas no Air. Fitzgerald.: ,So Ir interviic ed hi 3:daughter, :inn, a stiuirdy in h i iiho appeared to in tli a hliole Ila e.. lia I ar was full- of 'bhoys ' and ithie ' hrink" flowed copio: isry it as a rough place, and Ann e ciress d1 a doubt as - to whether she could! n* -r rmoe comfortable I had- somce douIts myself. However, it was ob-on's choice, and I=...

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An Effective Instrument. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

An Effective Instrument. 4- A stor.i witth a grinily. rtrnaltid turn is tol of .John li right whlie on a \visit to relrndrl T'he fanmoes state'- osan went -walking one dae in the Contln I ippeirry. Seeing a riait, with his coat off working ii thre filds; he wenit up and talked to hirr. Aire you the tenant of this farm?" Br glit began. Yes "-.replied the man. 1ou Il-.hae:a -coriint ra-nble place ?" SYes, indeed, coiiirrtrirlle enoughl" iou have a gouod landlord Yes I hi'.e arti colmpllaint to maki elie hasi made the place'. comfort iableror on ? Nuotitt all; all tht you see C havn. ilane dn s-self. i hane birilt and drn itil ard. fenced ard done every thiing with iiiny own iiaids and irni little nit oi miioniey7. SI 'errt yoi- hold'd unrler= a long -- . it ll` I tinier sawthe like. hof r a toi)-ear. lint titheryou urnintsli ha-e great -oir fieic'ii*-or Ili nnloril? e s,1 have conflitince enough." 0Jluit issuredly ous nntrt hold sonic tort of instruentri t e Yoion cain iot; e toge r i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

M- .FR - Birthday& Wedding Presents You have the Widest Selection at SPHILLIPS' JEWELLERY CORNER Do nct j J Iii Do not fail fail to _ _JI to Call and See Call and See our -ý -- u New New Shop. A , shop. CHAPEL and GREEN STREETS, WINDSOR. Call and see our Show of Jewellery and Electro Plate and compare Prices with any other House in Melbourne. . HINDRANCES TO HEALTH 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 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 remedies of its kind. What it has done for others it may reasonably be expect ed to do for you. That recurrent touch of indigestion, liver or kidney trouble which is preventing you...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

::::;·:···- ·r··'"-i :.ii..' ~-;···~·;a·;~^L-.;;;·. ,,----I. ;--~·.-------.·-·~-c '~ ----~L'-~ i for~'6~ei3.rr i, IPZ~';iiid i~ ,Y tie?~ ·, Auction Sales of Furniture and Property a specialty.---- - ICKKENSON & FORSTER (E. J. Forster, Sworn Valuator). Auctioneer & Estate Agents Rents Collected. Insurances Effected. Loans Negotiated. Only Address ..: . 110 CHAPEL STREET. /- TEL.: WINDSOR 111. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCiviEMENT. JOHN A. REID Baker & Pastrycook, B g;io bnotify the Residebts of St. Kildd and D. trict that b h's s.:. Udcned in Busir ess at .. 111.. Brighton Road, St. Kilda, AS... LIGHT LU CI1EON AND TEA ROOMS: - o----;- All Kiiids High class Pastry and Cakes of Choicest Quality. :Picnics and Parties Supplied.. . The favour of your Patronage Respdctfully Solicited., 1 of CL. Caýýul Barrister and Solicitor, 161 Greville Street, Prahran nnoonoces that he has purchased the practice of Mr. W. E. BRUNT, and may be conesalted at the abova address Trust Moneys to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

SPRAHRAN CHRONICLE • . .-.N.A. DAlY, 26th Jan 1912... Lockwood state BLGRAVE. TERMS from £2 Deposit. £ monthly. No nt Estate only 15 mins. walk from Station. , i I.......I. :. Coaches and Refreshments Provided Free on Day of Sale. 20 Acre Block of Full Bearing Orchard on very Easy Terms 5 per cent. Discount for Cash in One Month. Glorious Views. ..MARSHALL & LANGRIDGE, Auctioneer and Subdivisional Specialists, f ' o .. . .E st - |e 331 Collins Street, melbourne. ;We are Agents for the following Estates: ^-;^ i P.A N .. - - . RO P ...B. . . . . - - R..... P, B. ..:-. , . PANORBAMA - £15 - lMT. DANDENONG MT. MORTON .. BELGA ;VE SBAROW Y .. ..£12'.. WOORI YALLOOK ! ::.: OCLUDEN £8& . LANIDE, ut78 .ili^ 1 BRIGHTON NO TH -: BOWEN .. £15 .' LOWER FERNTREE GULL SKUMBADA . £12 . :. UPWEY MOORE . £12 l 10s. . LOWER FERNTREE GU.LLY. MAHONY . . £40 . . uBELGRAVE SLOCKWOOD . iAuction, 2th Jan., 1914 . BELGRAVE , ..I. PLANS AND FURTHER DETAILS FROM :II ::: il L 89 MARS ALL &a...

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AN EVENTFUL WEEK IN PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

AN EVENTFUL WEEK IN PRAHRAN. To be talled upon to undcrgo the experieuce of a fire causing the de struction of '100,000 worth of pro perty arid a Parliamentary election all within the space of less than one week does not often fall to the lot of a community. But such haa -beto the case in Prahran. On Sunday occurred .the big confl gration. Where previously stood prosperous Sbusiness tntrrprises all is now ruins and desolation. The beautiful City Hall was made a raging inferno by the fire. The roof fell in with a thunderous report, the flamcs shot up into the sky with a fierceness and anger that sent a thrill through the hearts of the peop'e who gazed upon the scene. The interior of the big hall was reduced to a state of utt, r destruction. T' e fire, which origl natedin the.Colosseum diapery estab lishment, broke out shortly after 1 o'clock p.m. It spread in a northerly direction until it reached the rear of the Ci y Hall. The fiery elements were here bit cked for a time by iron shu...

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Tramway Revenue. DECEMBER STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

Tramway Revenue. DECEMBER STATEMENT. The Prahran and Malvern Tram ways Trust has issued the following statement of traffic returns for the month of Decembe-, 1913 Car miles, 159,624; corresponding month last year, 64,950. Increase, 94,674. Passengers carried, 1,427,745; corresponding ' month last year, 653.381. Increase, 774,364. Revenue, f9,689/7/6; corrtsponding month last year, L4,202 25 6d. In crease, £5 487 5s.

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TRAVELLER'S TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

TRAVELLER'S T1REE. A remarkable tree, which is known as the '"Traveller's Tiee," is to be seen at Bangkok, Siam. It is a wonderful sight. The trunk rcaches - a height of 20ft., while the twenty to forty monster leaves spreading th'refrom like a fan are over 30ft. koeg. These - leaves :are -a" foot wile, and are ienerally torn by the vinJ like banana ieaves. If any of the lef-stems is pierced, a small stream of cool, sweet water rushes out of the aperture. The tree has often proved a blessing to thirsty travellers. M1ud: "Did the manager say he'd let you play a part ?" Mabel : "Yes; he said he'd rather have me play apart from his com Pany than with it." If anyone remains modest under blame, be aneured he is so.-Jean Paul.

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Fire in Chatsworth Road. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

Fire in Chatsworth Road. Shortly after 1 o'olock on Wednes day afternoon a fie broke out at the rear of the residence of Mr T. Phoeps, 67 Chatswonth road, Prah ran. A tent and the outhouses at the rear of Mr Phaeps's house were destroyed, and a woodshed and the back of Mrs G. Pithethby's house were also severely damaged. The back portion of the cottage of Mr F. Smith was also burned, while similar damage was done to a washhouse at the rear of the residence of Mrs E. Willing, and at the hack of the resi dence occupied by Mrs L. Glenn. It is not known how the fire originated.

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AN EIGHTEENTH CENTURY LOVE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

.-AN EIGHTEENTH CENTUR'T LOVE LETTER. ---+- . - This is.how love-letters were writ tcn atf the beginning of the eigh tenth century. Steele published it as an aitheatic document in tht .Spectator" : ~'To her 1 very much respect Mrs. Margaret Clarke.e. o ely, and Oh that I could rite lov ng: Mrs; Margaret Clarke. I pray yo_. lie affection excuse Presiumption. Hailing be;n eo happy as to envoy the sight o& your secret Countenance and comely ilody. sometimes when I had occasion to buy Treacle or Li quorish Powder at the Apotbucary's shop, I am so enamoured with you, that I can no. more keep close my flaming Desire to become your Ser vant. "And I am the more bold .now to write to your sweet self, because I am now my own Man. and may match where I please; for my Father i takeni alay, and now I am come to niy Living, which is Ten Yard -Iand, and a House andl there is nesere- :a Yard of Land in our Field bilt it is as well worth ten Pound a We.i s aThief is worth a Halter: a snd all...

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LIVING GERMS. AS BIG AS EELS AND SALMON. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

LIVING GERMS. AS BIG AS EELS AND SALMON. Some of us have seen the moving pictures of livin. germs, photo graphed by Dr. Levaditi at the Pasteur Institute, Paris. Thanis to Dr. Levaditi and to Palthe Freres, scilnce is able to display, on a huge lantern-screen, germs a foot long, in full swing, in the vasty deeps ,f the fiftieth part of a drop of blood. No greater surprise has ever been of fered to the public sight and intel= ligence. On a field some thirty feet square, germs, as big as eels and salmon, rush this way and that, whirling and thrusting and fighting. One tears from point to point of the field like a mnad creature; another more deli lierately steers and edges its, way through the crowd ; a third, locked inside' a blood-coipuscle, spins round and round in a rage. Yoi- find, and marvel as youi find it, that each of a million germs has its own habits, its own behaviour, its own way of gettinig its own way,:. - you comec near to persuading yourself that you are beholding pers...

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WALKING WISDOM. USEFUL POINTS FOR PEDESTRIANS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 17 January 1914

WALKING WISDOM. USEFUL POINTS FOR PEDES TRIANS. The enjoyment of many a walking tour is .missed by "'improper foot- gear.": Tight boots are obviously a ,.mis-ý take, but it is not generally real-; Ised, that loose boots are just as bad. .You sho-ld be able .to move; the foot : inside the l.oot, but itl must not lbe so loos2 that the foot. slides. albot in it. oth-erise corns and blisters are stire to result.; "'Clod-hopper" EO;cs are a mistake. It is a good plan tohave h stiip of cork let in between an upper and a lower leather sole.- Tliis :gies a sole thick enough to resist stones; but at the saaie time. light and im P pervious to damp. Stockings and.soc:;s hlo ild be of natural wool, and should l:e thorough ly washed before weaa;ng them for the first time. If you wear socks, it is a useful tip to have a small garter just alove the an' le. This will prevent the sock working down into the boots and setting up a blis ter. Thoughyour footgear be all? lght, blisters -will come, tlhrou...

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