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PRAHRAN V. BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914
PRAI-IRAN V BRUNSWICK. There (sai goodnirond it Tooiak Parlk on Stirday. ilst towit aess the matc and thadi ct, ire t oardled b3 seeing an ecititig ,finish to an ex cellent mattchi;ni which bioth sides 5ai e afine exposition at the ganie. Tlhe in ittch o as reinark tble lot its ei enitess; neitleir de getting very tatir allhead ot the otlierat iny stage of thi ganime In this hli St liill nothing sep irited ti1i teams. cr~acking pace oss set, and it osi soon evident that it aodhe 1 tosso which side u tlti .i -'Ptaran i leid hi' three -pints t'qtrter '-ime, and the) ii creseditto lad f et points at I h th i quret it seemed as if Pia were going to veliis ai easy thingC Thieyv ledl ' tfiri-e oaIs, and thle -niasintatieiii d thatt Ic'ad to within teti minutes of timle. [heitna change caieo er th e game Tophain anid Gillespie scored go ils in qutick suc cessioti f 3ruitso ick l hitch left 4lteiini -ol goal to thl bad ldThey hfovered - mond th1 Pritrani goal lot -sme itusi -i and thien oni...
Why a Woman can Outtalk a Man. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914
Why a -Woman can Out talk a Man. A swoman c-tn talk. longer than .a illtl; anid does so becanuse she use' til clss forte -by- i iarge- ercetagc than the iian does. At (c iinit tio lessor has proe - 1 'ici itld very dclicate neisttriiieieneit ts thit thlie taritonle singer usis fait r-ioe etet - iian thie tetnol, -itl that th 1us singer uses itiore force- Laiua- either IThe rtange of- oices dilTeis Igre-il; so the percentiage -ries to the Sitie extc, liitt as.t a iel .r- - estilt it ias it ii at tie tettiti i-eso oltiy fromt one-seventh =to otie -sixteenti of the ititng -iotwtiser 4 ci1te lii itotiie ,r bIssl.. i The dlietl0etine letl isse thei force -usid --P the: i toitrilto: nin te soui-tio -is quite as iturted, itd the .cotrailto wh--sltsi--- in very': leelt I.ottes -tsei s at- Ileast ::ten times lie Liie of ithe- trillitng- soprano. -,ilhe :xpllii t it -is so sitple thit it is s-tir isit - - e I ito iestl iga Sotl ise s i itt itaole tliit tgotti ;tt iatis ointtg tee-icitios tait...
Reindeer Meat. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 30 May 1914
Reindeer Meat. B; efore; t ery: long-` people. in?, Eng land? n i diair a -stead art o: their iieait SufllV -(roni the i cindee :a 1r1ss'thewa tlli' I t nt i :'leer, service:!in- that-:[ct'eritory: b~eiig= paiL of the schaol' syste looking, -are os.s the-i;ittlilt Lo[I.iritinii.: -Already eo iind le q`antities 1 reindeer e eit rebeinii shipped fi om; lnisk;t is Arecent -shipment iron Naome &lt;. iii i-led --=;1 3._ercarises bought e areold tioriiage'coin-; - i.i pary i _0 It- skiaio hoct ders. 41 .Atl0; it,; fonid-.: t_:ready- tairket, sonic .find~ *ing ;its way:, acl ass" the Atliiitii 'Ihis iaseve, is otily the tiegin? . niiii-. `.It is; estiniate il `_Ilieli i tit) it that-ther e -nor iinottas wiestern Alaska it e Ic it '100,001 ( qu-i.re a.ititles of ti eess country worthless for iagriculturai a puii ioses; whiciti: would fiurnish liasturaige oa 10 000,000 "reindleri .Advniiltge )o the opoitintl ,ty is sur e a i: t taleii l ee-ieise of the ione in the bai iiess tandi thn...
Warning His Friends. INTERESTING MOTOR PROSECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 6 June 1914
Warning His Friends. INTIJRESTING MOTOR PROSECU TION. ="A' gr eat: deial of interest..was dis pla"ed ;'in .a case : heard at the-?- St. ild uo?irt- on ':.Tuesday, . before Messrs 0.lODonnell.: (chlairian), Levi alld Smithw icl, s'P.when a young iaiil named Edwi iHughes; of 51 Coi?t. c hem ?ts oFitzroy streeti owas ciharged witih iaiiving 'iindered the police in the exit ecution:oi ftheiityte: Mr. Fayi appeared: foi the defencet): idConstable na:: Biiu rIe, ol P: rtg Mel; bouriie, stiated thait :i?he and Constable itzgerald were oi iotoritieafficuty iir Fitzroyvstreet onh te afternoon of May ,16; timing motor - traffic over a measured distance ot 300 yards. De etiant - 'iasi standing': outside his shop it L thie coi ner of G ey-st reet; warnuini nitotiists that they )were bein:g otimedi by o the police. :iOne iiotori t when passing pitnssing. soG e distance aay;do sm (iled atug?ie?and sa::luted i im. (La?tighter) cd Witness ispoldie nto deiifendant, i? o adm'.itted stoi (late had see...
Motor Traffic. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 6 June 1914
tinder the iimotor cari egulations atti. i aihri Couri ? on Monday' the-l.Bi?.: llbeing occuiled i. Messrs. McKinnon chainirman) hangs,. Curwen-Walker, Hutton and" Captain Russell, J' Prior George Parnell, of ]lstern wick; charged- 'with lirninig- idden a miotoi cycle at a dingeiouis spi'e miles an li nil )in Chapel-street, on Henry Cuiiiiings, of Oakleigli i'as chlarged with not havirng a prorer iden tifyirg numbier o lhIis nmotor'cycle, on 'i~' 16 .Constables .Fitzgerald aind Burke stated ,that: the y.stopped defeni daint in Higlihstreet. :He had ::the nuinieri14',732 written in- chalk oiihis achli The?numier: belongel to Bert boliter, laundryniman, of Noirth iMelboi ne. Defenda nt had paid .is registration (ee but -hiad notyet rre ceived : his license, Defenddant said it wis three- weeks since :,lie applied ior Ihis license;and: lie hadi notyet:re ceived =it:- -1e ltookl the niotoi bicycle ouit becaiusee he had acliance to sell t h:eTi.ieBenici;- said defeindant had cominmittedl ...
Masonic Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 6 June 1914
Masonic Ball. The annual ball of the City of Prahran Masonic Lodge was held in All Saints' Gregory.y Hall oni _Vedies day night, and was of a decidedly en joyable and sociable character. Se ve ral distinguished menibeiss of the craft were; presenit, ilicluding lBr Hamish W. :Russel- Worshipful Master of the lodge ;-Bro S :T.. SPiice, W.M.elect; RR.W., Bro.. i. Blashlki, P.. ow; FWor Bo Dunham, P J G or-BrosH iAbralhamns, A :JC.l;o aii a w. ouner, :i. J. T?'i;i aid alIso: otheri ?preesentat?ives of sister lodges. E'cellent miusic C as pirovided by Mr'. iiy. bhnon i bd, snd the catering, by .r Roberts? was all tha; couild ibe desed Mr: Robits excelled himilself aid- patrons weree highly pleased -iitls the dainty edibles provided :which i; ere also so; -colr teouslyv -ed T lio secretaries to the ?balll ý i e Bros Herbert J de eein hohlad taken a .zealous;:i interestg in =the:u fuinction. Tihe duti:es of treasurer aere'in the hands -of-Br'o Blasikii buti.hisv, er"c Scovered awidwer fiel...
Earthquake Causes a Panic. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 6 June 1914
Earthquake. Causes a: Panic.. Naples and the: whole of Cam pania, 13asilicata, ali the regions of Southern i.-taly were ,scverely shaken by air. .earthquake recently.: The first .brief shock was.. speedily fol lowed-: by, another lasting. half: a "min?dte. The seat,-of disturbancei was' -in- the iniiiollioisso Province, :where; .tit:.: Riccia.' and.. Vin chiatura; many:. were' injured. by falling dwell ings. : The railwy station. ,at .the last-named place . was also -wreckedd Many people-were knocked :dowin ari :trodden- underfoot, two iwomen -ibe .ing: killed::in -i:the: rush of ::panie stricken, worshippers ' from: the" prin cipal cichurchl at .Snta ??,laria di Ciipua .: Vetere; whele: vesper : were -being held. Scenes of terior?we'e also i ;witnessed: at .Naples, : hlere the telephoite girls fled helter?skelter in to the streets.: 'I:'he panic-stricken Ipopulace-' besieged .the 'churches andt 'drangged 'images of:.-the : Madonna and :of: -St. Januarius from altars into the public...
Prahran Town Hall. PROPOSED CHANGE OF SITE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 6 June 1914
, Prahran Town Hall. I'lOPOSEDO ? CHlA NOlEOF SITU. Antloth ier discussion tlook place at the Praliran Council meeting on Moln day evening in ireference to it proposal to. erect; the Town Hall on-- another site.:; A reconimniendationi by. the Tinali ce -con i i itt.ee,: a ter atiil n iieiid ii ts iliidlicei iniadle.;t'eadl a s follows: t lhai?.itli reigalr to thie proposed :electioin o nelw Town-Hall:.iind City Olfices, -thee city ;surveyor .I). iln :-sticlt~ d o irepalre- an estilanite, ac cording- to -existilig plans, of the Scost?' Lerectingl, ii- ne Tow n iHall .:aniid it Offices upon i, aan reii sinli SlarI hin- siie Lto thoiit occupied by- the Ipresenit laiiildings": . Cr.' N lori 'isaid the present ;owii al-l site :coul d b let itl a- grouiidt ren ttal of £:0 or 5 per foot per innum, a;d-i.f oi~iii t3 7t: years:tiie"citizens ioiulil ie; tli owi ers -of aslpl'lendid lieritae ? twitt.iiinnicip? albuilding. cirecteld: ii nd paif i'ori" oi a' iiioria cozu nmodious site.- C - t ;:...
St. Kilda Mayoral Ball. VERY ENJOYABLE FUNCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 6 June 1914
St. Kilda Mayoral Ball. sVERY uNJOYABLE :FUNCTION, ' 'Thieball givein by the lMayor. o St. Kilda :and iMrs. E. O'Donbiell in ,tlie To6wn Hall- ol- 'Tuesday' evening, .wasi a most successilfl and;i enijoyablef func tioii;- Close: oni 100) guests were pre sent. There wrei ni-n erous exqsite costumes." The -decorationsl;.were deb : signed on- a _sim-ple-. 'iale, and -.y et. thily hlad a:" charmi labiut tlihem that didn't fail .to .please: Tlie predomina: ting colors ere: pink, ipale- blue' and: ciytal: A . la ge octagoiia centre piece 'of. bluishi' color blung; from.:.- thei niiidle oi the ceillig withi fringes of cistal 'langin gs Peisian :lanterns were :utilised ii profusion, and round: the balconlies were i hung silk rugs of Persian' desigi. fiFrnit're was set out in 'front of the-stage, while pot plants and palmni .gave the stage -itself: an' attractive appieaiiance. -The ilecoiatioins - e ere by: Mr.. Waliker: Tlie inisic,- by-Di Gilio's baind,, as all that could be desired The ca...
Benefit Mining Disaster. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 6 June 1914
Benefit Mining Disaster. T'I'le ? lillmnond Juvenile Vaudeville Frolic Party gave a: benilit entertain ment lin ithe Prialiran Towi Hall on Tuesd-ay evenilig, oin belll il of the 13eidigo mine disaster lfund whlen the aildienice .?vas .treatied . to a.'.veiry a-t trcti ie irograimine. Thlere are some t:leiltned"3 ounig Ricil nloilites included ini the y iirte , aiil their ffolrts were liehrily aipplauded. Frainill O'Dowd is ai exelleltl - bii lla i sinlgei. I ' iss WiVinfie lu ie- ;inache lieself-a fiavorite as Ia soiin and : daceI artist. - Two sisters, Miss Dulcie and Baby ]-lorne, also weli. sstained the ieptli tiottin ol ihe Ia Iniily ol:- tihat nialme. The sisters I nric;, Scottisi :danciing clianmpions, well il.oveid tleir claiin- to tlhe title. Otliers W lio took part in the pro graniine; which -.a as. -i pi eciated thirouiigholit,' were AiI iss': V:- Stephens (pianol orte), is 1isieH kiis; Miss Stellla Robeits' ,Miss Aiice Williiams, ii ssi.si e Peter sel, :rothiers 0 Do'd, ...
The Catching of Rats. CR NAYLOR'S CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 6 June 1914
The Catching of Rats. CR NAYLOR'S CRITICISM. Speaking at the Prahran City Council meeting on Monday evening Or Naylor made .reference to the question of rat destruction. He said their own Town Hall buildings were swarming with rats. The catcher was drawing a good salary, and how could the number of rats be decreased when the council's own buildings were alive with them. . Cr Chambers, chairman of the health committee, maintained that the rat catcher was doinghis work well. Seventy or eighty sails-were produced for one week, and the average was well kept up. Cr Mcllwrick-Did you count the_ tails ? Cr Chambers-No,: I took it for granted. I am sorry to hear Cr Naylor running down the rat catcher. Cr Naylor-I am not. Cr Chambers -The rat catcher is doing his work as well as any man. It is -not a pleasant duty. If Cr Naylor wanted to see the practical results of the rat catcher's work he should attend meetings of the health committee. Cr Naylor expressed no eagerness to do so.
Pride of the Yarra Tent. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 6 June 1914
Pride of the Yarra Tent. The w inter progratinnle of g?imes ll coninecdtion : with the viariohs tenits int the. !etropolis res" i inugui'ated at this tent on Tuesday list, when. the ',ant idid "B" 1 owling teamos o the tent eiingaged: ini competition..' After a splendid game, Ilayped : ii the best of spirit -:the victoiry- 1a ith the' "A team, -tlie scores beiig 2. to: 18: The follow ing: eit thie olicers. for the nei te in ,begun: oii Tuesdaj'r even= ing: o. .J. ? J Cios1s'. : i u .: i'. o . PCIi rsl i n irslia ll, ? "retar. Toiio. I Grant, teasuier: Bros. Milner and Teir ilstewards; io. I-ol rsi Levite: lr B iohbbutt, giiairdia i;i tditors, Bios.0 lailda ind 1Terrill, ';pess orre spoidenit, Bio. 13miltli
Municipal Motor Lorries COST OF REPAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 6 June 1914
Municipal Motor Lorries COST OF REPAIRS. On the pay sheet of the Prahran Council were three accounts under the heading, " Repairs motor lorry." The amounts were £5 5s, £17 12s 6d, and £2 18s 3d. Cr Ginn made pointed allusion to the fact or over £20 being spent on the repiir of the council's motor lorries. If the cost of the repairs was going to amount up, and the money be divided amongst three firms, the sooner the council had a renort as to whether any saving was effected by the motor lorries the better. Cr Naylor said the accounts re ferred to were for material supplied for repairing the motor lorries. The council some time ago appointed a kind.
I.O.R. Princess May Women's Tent. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 6 June 1914
, I.O.R. 'Princess May Women's Tent. There was a very pleasant gather ing at/.this tent on \Wednesday even ing, wlieiin the neIi. hief :Riler, Sister 1?:~ Smiitl;, conlmenced her term of olice ,-uideir the iappi)est of circlum :stanices ~iiclutit' of bidiniary tent liusiiiess was irapidly despatci d and ti mn eeting u as lien lironope 'giramne of sonigs and eiocutionar it ?dni ;?:hich: ii( hd:ibeiprl;;ii epaired h3n l Bro . ii otiti ani, P.?R o, tiheP it c :of tAie i.arrao T1n?eiit 'lie-ite iisn-i tribliited?by?the ierlorines O ei' er ?ell clIosenr d tlihose present 'thorouglii AIcAickei?,o?iOi beiall - t I te teiii ,pr Allc oltien ttel ilte i s ii ted -a cotniliiiieiitia:iviertiicate to I P. .It Sistei Endee silio ieilas ell thro al itlie ollices ot gtlie tent ail liias ,icqiuittedI leieself isellii tieiii -Sister J-iidey se. it ailv respouded: ' ; l olloowing re ithe oiceirs l'o tle enisuiiig 9six Ilnontlihs isiei M. SmiithC 1.R Sislter N, Dean D .R. Sister les; P.C.R:; 10ro. B'ar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 6 June 1914
A Warranted Cure for all acquired or Constitutional Discharges from the Urinary Organs in either CLARKF'S Sex. These Famous Plls also cure Gravel, Pains in 1 41 the Back, and all Kidney Disorders. Free from mer PILLS cury. Forty years' sao? cess. Sold by all Chemists and Storekeepers through out the World. South Yarra. The Home of the Prahran and Windsor.. J. SKERMAN, 39peia ReductSons thish . mont.a Lyric Theatre Buildings, Chapel= st, Prahran. Chapel-st., Prahran. P. E. ROOK Desires to notify the Residents of the District that he has taken over the business lately carried on by -- MR. R. J. TUFF Grocer, Wine and Spirit Merchant, 569 Malvern Road, Toorak, And hopes by strict attention to business, moderate charges, and promptitude, to inerit a large share of public patronage. To Architects and Builders. Veronese ibrou Architectural Modellers D) r ti on ^ . and Designers . . Estimates for Plastering Work Generally . . Interior and Exterior. Works: 240-242 High Street, Windsor (Near ...
Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 6 June 1914
S Bowling. -;-: i ,BYBOW?iER..: .?I'? '- oiad:. thie seniii -n s i inal i lie: p oiiyed ofr the l Collingwod': tourna eiiit iind' telln thl at cliibi r ill i e -abie. t pigeon hiole its bho si fitil n6iext seuson contenithin thebelief tai t i t Ael 1 r'a d It (l toie Is 'dntl uriig ti i?'t ?tbsreasonl'";b a s fi qollk icinin tnionl-had to stifle a its toii n eto-kiiSi 'Vitrda i ut o h iii cetai ieo t ear Suttoiofii-maradilektis i bv-beatini g -1 ridhinihl eiiinigo of flune ixweathie oiiiii there i si re -to besoie jiiterestilg gainies to occiilp' Tiiheattenioli of onlookers,
Salvation Army. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 6 June 1914
Salvation Army. On Thursday evening the Prabran branch of the Salvation Army con tributed a tableau and musical fes tival, which was particularly meri torious. The vocal and instrumen. tal numbers were particularly good. while the tableaux were certainly as near pertcction as anyone could wish for. The different tableaux had all been carefully thought out, each one illustrating some teaching which must have been productive of much good. The scenio effects were grace ful and refined, the posing was natural, while the lighting was good and the scenery appropriate. The hall was crowded. Brigadi r Sharp presided, tdjutani and Mrs. Par sons, the offic rs in cha:ge of the Prahran corps, are to be highly con gratulated on the splendid entertain ing and educational evening provided. To-morrow Brigadier Sharp will conduct the services ; on Tuesday the Army will hold a half night of prayer, and on Thursday evening the tableau and musical festival will be repeated.