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WHAT HE WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
tIhe i hissiduiirt 1''e a' litl " ylh the kIind't.ly .l? " '?. Il L 71 i; " toxcrt x (iinr -tile`iie tOr thisj ilnoble xi oi ki''. 'N, -ir replied the ioy i'wndlil owi if youn hxi, cgot= -in fili :tamps." :There: are 1000. vessels which cross the. Atlantic Ocean reIularly every month.
Elwood's Wants. MR. BURNETT GRAY'S LETTER TO COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
Elwood's. Wants. MR. BURNETT GRAY'S LETTER TO COUNCIL. Mr. Burnett Gray, the zealous and enthusiastic secretary of the Elwood and South St. Kilda Progress Associa tion, wrote to the St. Kilda Council on Tuesday evening, conveying a re solution passed by the association in which satisfaction was expressed at the council's intention to light up Broadway, also in taking steps to have the tramway poles painted white (a color- more visible after dark) instead of black. Attention was also called to other unlighted parts of South St. Kilda, particularly Barkly-street, in the vicinity. of Milton and Shelley streets: It was sincerely .hoped that the -council would give favorable at tention to- the matters mentioned. The town clerk- stated that in re gard to the lighting of Broadway, the Metropolitan: Gas Company intended to start the laying of mains next week. As .to painting the 'tramway poles white, the department was taking action iin the matter. The' question of the other street lamps-re...
Ultra-Violet Rays and Milk. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
Ultra-Violet Rays and Milk The Buredu of Aninal industry lilts biinl carrying -I on a niiitihei of ex perimenltsi t Washinsgtmoi;, I) Cii the use iu ilti i-violet rays lor the sterilisitlion if Ilk h iilk ipriad wit in a, .-thii layer; by means iof a ilru n- revolvingat high speed, iwhicli picks up the iiilk froni aiie -'trou gh a(nd toiieiV4 it other - W1hilc 0o1 thi(! lrivl it is sub jectitd to the iltrai-violet rns I 'l'hen itb iso picked aip lyfroi this se oni rrilli trough piy; asecondr drue 'nida ai oll -IX-eed oto a sterile flask aiii i. lcictaci i a a 'the ultr-violet -rays to- --e hic i tl stii '1imt "of :;milk i:is exCposed:: 7t"lilt 'beeii founid wthat -=by ,this' trmenin~itI. iii-bateirial' contentsigi t r ni i diiced Ili-owevei l -hen tined- :- s e'hoel)Os.foi a oit --- omillceit - 7: 7thi~t f t one oin .:-hili tohin- eiioiir eo proucei - Fn nia 1 -lii -·,iioii niio pti iiceriil c liiri -uitd Ci ookm iii -he isacserieyli ci!iontet '.ircl" i reiuiliS --'unfit-- 'for.li. ...
Cruelty and Language. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
Cruelty and Language. -At Prahran Court on Thursday, be -fore Messrs. Chambers -(chairman), Heyward, Sargeant, and Captain Rus sell, J's.P., a* young -man named Francis Jackson, of Collingwood, was brought up : on two charges, viz., cruelty to a'horse:and making use of obscene language. The date was May 13. . , - Mr. G. L. Skinner prosecuted on be half of Ihe Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Sergeant Lillis, of South Yarra, was the infor mant in the cases. James Adams, manager of the Ex celsior Brick Works, South Yarra, stated that on the date named, in the afternoon, defendant was driving a two-horse furniture van. At Chapel street he saw defendant strike one of his horses over the head with the butt end of a whip. Witness told him to desist, and he used bad lan guage, saying a man could do what lie liked with his own horses. Defen dant made a rush at witness. The police were rung up from the brick works, and -defendant in the mean time rushed at witness a second t...
Highest Wind Velocity. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
tHighest:Wind Velocity. :'l'e greatest wilnd velocities are ii :loubtedll those occurring in tor nitloes. The. recent, destru!ctive: storms of this 'c-lissJn' Anmerica raise the qiicstio- ii: -llo?i igh :was the wiind ',?but this questitioi -annott lie answered satisf actoi h:.. ::In- the: unniial ' report oi the cthicif signal'. offtire for-. r1875.tliher 'ie:. soie: itteiupts to estiiilat? the.? velocit: of t:he ;ind in a ?' tornado thati year fromn itms ioie reialkiiblet. ef fects, e g., a pinre .oboird I dri cnthree, inches into the trink o' -:tree and .So .oný::.u i-.&ve-ocit:fl'- oi,?'iid: suil licient iot??i ice iisuch results couilld not i ve hee in loc aless: thIan` thit of-. cnnlol'i i ll, r sonie whei b_ eteeii b? O soiii:. 800milesd ain hour.- It is riloubtiul ihether we 'shill eiver lia\e :istruiniints for niisa?-ciig a such 'a iiiii n y ithe other ianod sodiethiiig ioight he doie , tofiil d 1)proididg g stro? i.istriu-: iiierts thaiiti those`1hnow inse so thlit...
ASEPTIC PRESERVING. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
ASEPTIC PRESERVING:" S;'. - _to be preserved by, the aseptic-storage. process '.to" herme.tic closure and the ~c ygen' :of the -air is replaced by a antistisltic gas. After a fte, hours· ) when thie -con?il tainer its. well as its "ctrterits ha e ibecomne sterilised, the ·;ntiseptic. gas is remosved Iliiinprig i i??It thriig: h an aihbsorbent for ulit gias, wtithoutii irenling the seal soli i t the ~ o1. : is left in esuiiia s iC nit genu sure -is pi od1iceil 5. .?, p ii ii sieritf iiiitroigei ,ir ..rtinhiiiiu isle: I'he uiahincrli isei.id Sfi: utli f - e frigeia.tio?i i -sts e ii ..i - tor, tao ifs i them-i iin ss;iry fittings?: .I' , :,i:i ??ii :iri i tie pla.l:it is ill- iLii I si i e tii'iI. re: gii iless :-:of theleiigll of pr i, olthe: fo?l is to le ket.t .-I 'he iniitiotir of theii i?rP .i ?"s .litiiis that ioolstuilTs so pireserVeil "willlt, fui'r yei :: s at. ordrinaty. Lteinperil tires. ; t ithorit eva poi'i iiiin or shl'rinkaige.' This sounds Lenti.tiiig hiut still - eipr...
Advantage of Being Black. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
Advantage of Being: Black. I'li . thii ikntss rof the. neigro skull nis p ii tc le&lt;in rated d o e-rr ccirtlv rr in ctfe neair "the: 'Place I'igalle l iiiis:?', At one oir:1the tabl I t the- co loed boer ; i lihn sorf, li h r ecentl met the euli Sh!eia Cliip i l u di:i?l?-''L .k',' 1* rilh ot. '.1 l:iii: _ 1S?' lrerrr, I l? drrl ir `w ig urilii 1 trnd clih'nttri i otm'e:: ,isli .Ii i,,. n rl g ri 'h ils -"i d 1 - lkins, : i iother. negro ?oxer, :entered ' uldi-ilkiig tiljl;to the table ,mu ai sonxr ulerogiutr nr em urksw ith I it e-ildntri e idlea f'proking quarre h u "it.i . i 'I . only i; s ilc ? a? *Kir llluirrtnsi.u ex ritsek - rord control. rei r' ratiEr bottle, Irhe -iss shit e1 * lirhnaoi &lt;lre nr': s'aill and fell i fr i ?ragr ?e?ts-oin l tl'r Coor. Srnme .o- .i nh?r'ii'o/s rei?rla -usl:mi r the t grr1sor, h lai r,. iu n; lnr lerrie i hr it.et1r Eari of orlon d s nle t r i ih, the winhdows of .hii hrriIre lro-e' in his haIrrry to get n?irt tire t? hilii i...
Plumes Prohibited. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
Plumes Prohibited.i I ;oh ea" .sees t.he ?i:elfare ti ni-. niiiI1 -tnd uirds whio assist mdli in oul) "u imonercel. u:'| tb: higherI pincne.-·_1:~-. r ' After . the 1T of :iniiar; 1.1,t iiiiieittaeri,: itn.~ it at i iii e su iect to fines. i-dler-,the .Prote.tion of Anijniils Actof( -,' for-allow" ing tilIIIItCs to tc alrit ed to Lhe heids of fijnerl htorses. This Act foiids the inftictioi of aiii ittttc~essaf nitetg upon any iniitia ~ h os al biit liii the 1ri-i citon at* cr ict to \i'ils !-ia , hooug. h i.es- g?t e. t he i?itt"i ai- l i '. i orii ' that itii ii ight; if the 1ihoiics Lail [the hot se: iiiicli ieei s iiuii f u ] an , -iii -c T :he pr irni: l niiig ?e,?tl lAssnees- -of funeral horses- l is oftn-" Anie isisi is the okoi ltui \iiit i. iis riueetig he ath:Y,,er-i iii woild I ronti tii itlsiy.. -rieottes tsllTufled tiors o sio oiiscttiti 'e' tp es S.ot,, oi ," - fil a tiotit to eiitet th, . . t- "s - .- - '
American Steel Trust. CHEAP FOOD FOR WORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
American Steel Trust.-: CIEAr.P oOOD COR VORKEIRS .iicrI ng+: to a statemeint :-luh lishtid' iil Ne??w ork,+ the Unite' '.tz ? 0S.? t Corporation +will help' its, .elijoyees to rediie te.: iost if li sinii b ieelopling ."ii odel co .opcirti le farm ite?ir Conni'itt, Ohio.. I tiiil wis fytaeiliire in 11 )liii an. cI t 'ltal , i i,il - the .'liii" dtlio ii t1eit ?it tit ii ouiect Chas. aiti. th?? e it, rleitr ilr the preseiitttii dertiikig ti supply" itll-'steamciers nitite ?''i.:1 likes with t.ods.ills?ltl rlts: pirotid d ii the firn. 'l.as riifill 'is upiosil7le the e numcruus subsidrlitries oi . ithu. corporation i-. the C eitrnali Stti will lie includedd ii th-e. list unitil the. big l'lair is 5sunlyiiit"-a I lait'ge por tion of thel, cooratir:i.ts eritployiies with fresh mett itil oitlieiiiodi. Th is co-opierative ftrit tis the fiirstl of its kind in the United 't'ites.: it. now ctistains 32,000)- it':" and is ownedl by the C-arie ii iniLd .C(iml pany, which iit- tinun -is contro...
The Uses of Aluminium. ITS VALUE FOR HOUSEHOLD UTENSILS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
The Uses ot Aluminium. - -------- .' TS VALIUE FOR HOUSEHOILD ·.; -.-.-- , 'UTENSTLS. -- - ':The.; laboratory: of. ' The Lancet "' ....has :recently carried out a series. Sof; tests ,. on-the applicability. of alu-: - minium for eating and drinking cifen:. .sils. We.quote here in full the con c".lusions arriived at : 'The experiments on the whole show no serious 'coudit against, alu- , S inium" 'IThis metal, at all cvents, -doesnot appear to be ;more siuscep S-tiblc-to the' action "of, water anid: foods in the process of: cooking' - th:' ihani does iiron;, which has -been used from time- immemoriail as the :-ma :terijal of cooking pans.- As :is well I S; . known, iron rusts. overy; rapidly- ili.: -the.- presence of water and airwhil ..nlso it is attacked -by organic acids. .t is also well known thdat iron salts in- large quantities are injurious to the .organism, as. are also large j quantities .of -aluminium salts, as, ;for exiample, alium (the double sul .ihate of aliimihium arid ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
FRASER d MORPHE T FOR GOOD PRINTING :Eastbourne 8treet, Windsor,: GLOBE DYE WORKS Save the Cost of Winter Outfits by DRY CLEANING or DYEING the Dark Shades now Fashionable. 1 L Ladies' Costumes Cleaned W TH E GLOBE from ... ' ... 5/ THE GLO Lies' Costume Dyed from ... ... 5/6 Ladies' Blouses Cleaned from ... ... 1/3 Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned from ... ... 4/ \ 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: 27 CHAPEL STREET, near Windsor Station; 156 UREVILLE STREET, near Town Hall; TOORAK ROAD, two doors South Yarra Station; OLENFERRIE R.D, Malvern. High St, WINDSOR, I door from Chapel St. TEL. 1706 WINSDOR. Works-4o, 42, 44 Ellis St., S. Yarra, oflChapel St. Phone 1755, Windsor Ex. SAW AND MOULDING MILLS, DUKE STREET, WINDSOR, Opp, FALLON'S, Drapers, Chapel Street. Wm. Marsh & Sons BUILDERS and CONTR...
Explorers of the Air. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
Explorers of the-Air. The limit to which imanned bal loons can ascend- is about : ,000 feet, but a -sounding ballooni Iately sent up in Italy at the i :niversity of Pavia, reached a : heighlt of -121,000 feet,- or nearly' 2; ;miles. -The sounding brilloons, the .:odern device. for exploring the. upper air, are usually bags of silk or rubber, about six " feet in :diameter, filled with, hydrogen gas. They rise -intil the pressure_ of- the ga? ciauseea : tiemii to collapse or explode, and .a tpara chute th en brings dos wn safely the story of .the air: passed through, !s -taken down. automatically by a spe 'cial: apparatus. :-This .apparii't called a mieteo rograli," conibines several instruments in one. It Ihas arn accurate -chronograph for -tinie. :an -aneroid barometer for. height (i atmospheric pressure. ?? n ietalclic thermromneter for teimperatuire; n haiir hygrometer' for relative iiiiiilil\y, ;and ani aemonem tert for. wind - Velo city,: and each instrument" gives , a continuou...
Armadale Baptist Church. SIXTEENTH THANKSGIVING CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
Armadale Baptist Church. SIXTEENTH THANKSGIVING CELEBRATIONS. Ever since the formation of the :Armadale Baptist Church and Sunday School, together with its kindred in stitutions, the sixteenth anniversary of which was celebrated on Sunday last by special services, and on Wed nesday evening by a modern tea and public meeting, the policy of the church has been distinctly one of pro gress. The minister, Rev. Alex. Gordon, M.A., the church secretary, Mr. W. W. Stephens, and the officers have so skilfully managed all the multifarious duties inseparably asso ciated with church life, that the highest ideals have ever been sought, with the most gratifying results. From the financial standpoint the policy of refraining from bazaars and similar aids has been an exceptionally wise one, and a straight-out thanks giving offering on anniversary Sunday has enabled the church treasurer to always present a most satisfactory balance-sheet each year. The success of the' direct offering has been de mon...
Sunday Picture Shows in St. Kilda. TOO MANY SPRINGING UP. PROPOSAL TO ABOLISH THE LOT. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
Sunday Picture Shows in St. Kilda. TOO MANY SPRINGING UP. PROPOSAL TO ABOLISH THE LOT. At the St. Kilda Council meeting on Tuesday evening Cr Jacoby gave notice of motion with the view to the abolition of picture shows on the Esplanade on Sunday evenings. The wording of the motion is as follows "That a regulation of the city, to be numbered 19, be and is hereby made for repealing regulation No. 18, which permits certain places of public amusement to be open on Sunday.'" It was subsequently mentioned by Cr Jacoby that his reason for seeking to abolish the Sunday picture shows was that since the passing of the regulation allowing certain picture shows on the Esplanade to open on Sunday evenings others had also sprung into existence. and even a picture show not on the Esplanade was also opening on Sunday even ings. Therefore (considers Cr Jacoby) the best course to adopt is to shut up the whole lot. A recommendation by the public works committee was adopted as follows-" That considerat...
Sudden Death. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
Sudden Death. Mr. Athliol Gray, 32 years of age, son of AIr. F. C. Gray, ex-M.L.A._ for Prahran, died unexpectedly at-his re sidence, Murray-street, Prahran, on Sunday last. Deceased was unmar ried, and was living with his sister. During the day he stated that he did not feel well, and he went to lie down on a bed. Some time later his sister went to, as she thought, awaken him, but to her surprise she found that her brother was dead. Medical testimony was that death was due to natural causes.
MR R. SLOANE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
MRiR. SLOANE. Gr: Love, in the absenoe " of Cr Hewison, moved-" That the reso lution onrithe 13th April, relative to Mr R:: Sloane's: application to: use, under -certain `conditions,- the couh cil's fence'-over the main drain to advertise his business in the adjoin ing premises, be and is hereby re scinded." The motion was carried, Cr Love then moved that Mr Sloane's application be acceded to, the advertisement matter being first referred to the council. Or Barnet seconded the motion, which was carried.
Apology and Withdrawal. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
Apology and Withdrawal. At Prahran Court on Thursday, be fore Messrs. Chambers (chairman), Heyward, Sargeant, and Captain Rus sell, J's.P., Mrs. Rose Hancock sum moned A. Wood on a charge of having used insulting words towards her in King-street on May 21. Mr. Nigan ap peared for defendant. The trouble seemed to have arisen over family variances. Mrs. Hancock said defen dant called her' a "beeson," or some other word, sounding like that, which thei court seemed puzzled to under and...,. •Hancock,,al spil. ddfen dant called her a "rotter." but this de fendant denied. Defendant admitted -having called complainant a "beeson," but he said he didn't know what it meant. Mrs. Minnie Johnston gave Sevidence for complainant, At the suggestion of the Bench, Mr. Wood apologised for having called Mrs. Hancock a "beeson," and after some demur Mrs. Hancock said she would accept the apology. She said defendant had also called her a "rot ter," but the Bench pointed out: to her that defendant had sw...
Charnwood Lodge of Druids. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
Charnwood Lodge of Druids. Charnwood Lodge No. 48 held its usual meeting in the Alma Hall, Duke street, St. Kilda, the District Presi dent, Bro. Jennings, being present. The balance-sheet for the half-year showed, over £1700 in lodge funds. The following officers were elected: Arch-Druid, .Bro. J. Moss; vice-arch -Druid, Bro. Harris; inside guardian, Bro.: J.Robbins; outside guardian, Bro. Cashen; arch Druid bards, Bros. Berry and Hunter; vice-arch bards, Bros. Greenbaum and Bier; secretary, Bro. Harding (re-elected) ; treasurer, Bro. Rolfe (re-elected); auditor, Bro Suther land; hlarmony committee, Bros. Rolfe, .Cashen, A. Bishop, W. Bishop, J. Robbins, Harris, Greenbaum, Sutherland, Van Ede; press corres pondent, Bro. J. Robins. Bro. Jenning, district president, installed the officers.