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Tramways. POINT ORMOND LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
Tramways. POINT ORMOND LINE. Speaking on tramway matters at the St' Kilda Council meeting, Or. Barnet stated that the Kew to St. Kilda line had, during the first 12 months of its operation, paid its way, the Ievenue having been id. per car mile more than'the High-street line during its first 12 months of operation. (Hear, hear). ' W.'ith a slight modification the coun cil adopted the agreement for the en largement of the Prahran and Malvern Tramways Trust. Cr. Barnet stated that, although it was not possible to have anything in the agreement in regard to the con struction of the Point Ormond line, he assured the council that the work was being pushed on as speedily as pos sible, and he anticipated that the work would be completed about the end of the year. Cr. Sculthorpe: My experience of these promises is that they are seldom carried out within the period men tioned. The line should be ready for the next summer and holiday traffic. Cr. Barnet: To me the line is like King Charles's ...
State School for Elwood DEPARTMENTAL ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
State School for Elwood -4~-- DEPARTMENTAL ACTION. Mr Burnett Gray, secretary of the Elwood and South St. Kilda Progress Association, has received the follow. ing communication from the Educa tion Department relative to the Association's request for a State school for Elwood " I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 13th ult., together with list of children, urging that a school be established at Elwcod, and in reply to inform you that the mattter has been referred to the district inspector for enquiry and report."
St. Kilda Drainage. A LONG DEFERRED SUBJECT. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
St. Kilda Drainage. A LONG DEFERRED SUBJECT. A clause in the report of the public works committee of the St. Kilda Council wasas follows "That Crs Jacoby, Gibbs and Bewison be appointed as a sub-com mittee to prepare a comparative report on the proposals submitted as to main drainage." Cr Hughes said there had been such a long delay over the drainage question that many councillors had forgotten the details. He therefore hoped ithe committee would give early attention to the matter as it was one of urgency. The-Town Clerk (Mr Chamberlin) said it would be necessary to type 42 large folios of data regarding the drainage scheme for members of the committee. Cr Love suggested a time limit for the committee to complete its labors. It would be a great mistake to extend it indefinitely, The drainage ques tion had been on since he had been in the council. Cr Sculthorpe also said the work was one of urgency. A flood might be experienced at any time. The Mayor said the work of the committee wo...
St. Kilda Central Ward Progress Association. DIFFERENT MATTERS DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
St.- Kilda Central Ward Progress Association. DIFFERENT MATTERS DISCUSSED. A meeting of the St. Kilda Central ;Progress Association was held in the Alma Hall, Duke street, on Thurs day evening, the chair being oecu. pied: by the President, Mr T. G. Allen, J.P. PERIODICAL -TICKETS. Mr Herbert Moroney, secretary, brought under the notice of the meeting the fact that the Hon. Donald Mackinnon, Minister of Railways, had expressed himself as being favorable to the issue of periodical tickets on the St. Kilda Brighton tramway. Gratification was expressed at the information, and it was decided that a letter of thanks be forwarded to Mri Mackinnon. 'THE MARKET BUILDINGS AND TAR DISTILLING. Complaiiht was made of the un sightly, condition of the market buildings in Inkerman street, and als of the obiectionableness caused ,byjthe tar distilling works in the market grounds. LThe market has ,not been in use for years.] Mr Spottiswoode made lengthy comments on the tar distilling business, and he...
St. Kilda Council. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
St. Kilda Council. /'he following items were dealt with amongst the correspondence at the St. Kilda Council. meeting on: :Tuesday evening A. communication was received from the Lands Department relative to the council's request for the re moval of advertisement hoardings from St. Kilda road, and it was de. cided :that :he Mayor (Cr O'Don nell) and Crs Barnet and Jacoby wait:on the Minister in regard to the matter. A request from the Board of Works relative to the submission of plans of subdivision of land,and conditions to be observed, was ordered to be complied with. The Westrumite Company wrote submitting a proposition for the re making of Fitzroy street. Messrs Sim Bros. also brought under notice Gilsonite asphaltic concrete, Buth matters were referred to the surveyor (Mr Kelly) for report. The Good Roads Association made further reference to the necessity of effecting improvements in Brighton road, and it was decided to reply that the council had the matter under attention. A jo...
Balaclava Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
Balaclava Electorate. The Hon. Agar Wynne having decided not to again stand for the Balaclava electorate, representations were made to Dr J. R. Lee, of Malvern, to stand for the vacancy in t; Liberal interest. After having ;iven the matter careful considera ion, Dr Lee has definitely decided ro become a candidate. In the loorak Methodist schoolroom on Wednesday evening next and St. Kilda Town Hall on Thursday even iog next Dr Lee will open his cam paign. The Mayor (Or E. O'Don nell) will preside at the St. Kilda meeting.
Federal Politics. VICTORIAN CANDIDATES. THE SENATE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
Federal Politics. VICTORIAN CANDIDATES. THE SENATE. O The candidates for Victoria for the Senate are as follows LIBERAL. MR J. HUME CooKi i Me RV. H. EDGAR. Senator J. H. McCoLL',. his W. J. McL EAN. MR S. MAUGER. Maf W. A. TRENWITHi - LABOR. Senator BARKER. Senator BARNES. Senator BLAKEY. Senator FINDLEY. MR A. N. McKISsoc. Senator RUSSELL. HOUSE OF REPRESENTA TIVES. So far the candidates annouriced for what are known as -' looal" con stituencies for the House of Repre. sentatives are FAWKNER, MR F. CARSE, Liberal. eIR J. F. HANNAN, Labor. BALACLAVA. Dr Carty Salmon and Dr J. R. Lee have announced their candida ture for seiection in the' Liberal interests. Nominations are to be received up to 6 o'clock on Tuesday next by Mr G. Holt, 25 Bath street, St. Kilda, otcandidates for selection to contest :he Balaciava constituency in the Labor interest. KOOYONcG. Sti ROBERT BEST, Liberal. Miss V. GOLDSTEIN, Independent HENTY. M~ J. A. BOYD, Liberal.
State Politics. ST. KILDA CONSTITUENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
State Politics. S. KILDA CONSTITUENCY. It was -recently -annomrfoed-Tbhat .Ir R. G. McCutcheon, M.L.A., did not intend to offer himself for re olection for the St. Kilda electorate at the next State elections. a requi :ion, however, is in course of pre paration to Mr McCutcheon asking him to reconsider his proposed re tirement from municipal life. Mr UcCutcheon had stated that his in tention to retire was on account of health reasons. PRAHRAN. The member for Prahran, the Hon. Donald Mackinnon, Attorney General, is again to be honored with the special attention of the Labor Pariy at the ensuing general elec tions. Itis opponent is to be Mr W. H Webbr, who opposed Mr Mac. kinnon at the last election. Mr Webber put up a good fight l.t time, and the coming struggle Til! undoubtedly be a big one.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
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Municipal Clerks' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
Municipal Clerks' Association. lir John Romanis, Town Clerk of Prahran, has been elected President of the Municipal Clerks' Association for the year 1914.15. Prahran citi Zens will congratulate Mr Romanis on the honor conferred upon him, The Association is founded on ex cellent lines. Its membership roll is Composed of Town Clerks, and they meet together monthly for the sake of mutual he p. They study and discuss the Local Government Act il ail its bearings, bring under review bye laws and regulations passed by municipalities, and in other ways carry on work of an educational and instructive character, useful not only to themselves, but to their councils and the ratepayers generally.
Dr Fetherston on the Milk Standard. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 13 June 1914
Dr Fetherston on the Milk Standard. In his annual report to the Prah an Council Dr R. H. Fetherston, City health officer, writes thus on the question of the milk standard "The milk standard is continually being debated, as it is said by dairy-men to be too high. Personally I &nbsp; think it matters very little to the public whether the standard for fat 35 or 33, and it means very little &nbsp; in the food, value of milk, but what I consider of the greater importance is the number of germs the milk contains in each drop. In many countries &nbsp; not only is a standard of fats &nbsp; and solids prescribed, but also that 'I must not contain more than a certain number of germs to a given qnantity. This means that milk must be sound, and fit for food when sold. I would strongly urge that a standard as regards bacteria be fixed in any new legislation. Disease is not produced by milk a little short of solids, but by milk containing an enormous quantity of ge...
Art of Dressmaking. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
rt of Dre ntmaking. Miss Martin, whose address is at Spencer's, 157 Chapel street, inserts an announcement in reference to the Rezee System of Dresscutting. Day and evening classes are now being formed. The Eezee system can be quickly learnt, is attractive in every detail, and ladies will find it much to their liking. On perusal of Miss lartin's advertisement it will be Seen that the fees are very moderate indeed.
Interesting Tramway Returns. BALACLAVA ROAD AND KEW LINES. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Interesting Tramway Returns. BALACLAVA ROAD AND KEW LINES. The following figures in reference to the tramways named will be found interesting as showing the compara tive monthly increases in passengers and revenue Balalarva Road Extension. Date. Passengers. Revenue. 1913. June 4 ... 81,359 .. £506 12 10o July 2 ... 85,761 ... 549 9 10o July3o ... 106,195 ... 767 10 3 Aug. 27 ... 122,155 ... 899 .5 5 Ssp.24 ... 133,687 ... 983 15 8 Oct.22 ... 154,409 ... 1158 15 Io Nov. 19 ... 193,691 ... 1469 9 5 Dec. 17 ;.. 235,651 ... 1750 19 9 1914. Jan. 14. ... 308,956 ... -2489 7 4 Feb. i1 ... 307,148 ... 2395 0 6 biarch i.. 309623 ... 2353 6 8 April 8 ... 272,621 ... 1987 I 3 May6 ... 239,129 ... 1718 9 2 2,550,385 19,o029 3 1I Kew Extension. Date. Passengers. Revenue. 1913. June 4 ... 201,168 ... £1341 12 7 July 2 ... 199,295 *.. 1423 I 3 July 30 ... 210,605 .:. 1524. 9 3 Aug.27 ... 222,003 ... 16o10 1 II Sept. 24... 235,567 ... .I739 15 II Oct.22 .. 247,738 ... 1852 8 4 Nov. 19 ... 251,375.....
Beard Benefit Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Beard Benefit Fund. The committee of the above are meeting every Thursday evening, the last meeting being held at Mr J. Cleal's Royal George Hotel, Chapel street, Prabran, on Thursday even log last, Mr Patten presiding. Favorable reports were to hand in regard to the sale of tickets, prices 2I1and 1/if, and the concert, which takis place in the A.N.A. Hall. High street, Prahran, on Wednesday even ing, July 8th, promises to be very successful, The musical portion of the programme is being looked after by Mr Heales, who reports that the entertainment will be of a first-class character, and well worth seeing. Donations have been and are being received from well known citizens, and a full list will be published in this paper later, Mr Beard is in the Greenvale Sanatorium not too well, and has a wife and seven young children, who are in need of practical assistance. The next meeting is on Thursday evening next, 25th Inst, at 8 p.m., at which all friends are welcome. Total amount received...
Amusements. THE LYRIC PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Amusements. THE LYRIC PRAHRAN. Ihe Lyria Theatre in Chapel-st. has been largely attended during the post week, when films of an excep tionally interesting and engrossing nature were screened. The splen. did music by the famous orchestra does much to uphold the popularity of the Lyric and its management. The Fatusday matiness are also very popular with the children, the long list of prizes given weekly being eagerly sought after, THE ESPLANADE. The Paradise and Lyric Pictures on the Esplanade are being well patronised, large audiences gathering nightly at the comfortable alt covered Lyric Theatre. The com bination of the two shows has proved very successful. The popularity of the Paradise Piotures, with the ad vantage of the new covers recently affixed at the Lyric, leaves little to be desired. THE PLAZA. SKATING AND DANCING. This attractive resort of dancing and skating is having a very attrac tive season, A carnival was held on June 10th in aid of the Bendigo mining disaster fund, ...
Controlling Motor Traffic. MR. HOLDSWORTH'S VIEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Controlling Motor Traffic. MR. HOLDSWORTH'S VIEWS. At the meeting, of. the West St Kilda Progress Association on Tues day,,evening, a discussion took place in regard to the control of motor traffic, the association having advised the local council to pass a by-law (a) to fix a speed limit for the motor traffic; and (b) that it be made illegal for motor traffic to travel within 6ft. of tramcars, either parallel with or at the rear of them. Correspondence was read from the town clerk on the subject . Cr: Molesworth said St. Kilda Coun cil was endeavoring to get other councils to work in .unison in the matter.
Prahran Drainage Scheme. CANTERBURY-ROAD RELIEF DRAIN. QUESTION OF POSTPONEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Prahran Drainage Scheme. CANTERBURY-ROAD RELIEF DRAIN. QUESTION OF POSTPONEMENT. The public works committee of the Prahran Council brought up a recom mendation on Monday. evening as fol lows: "That the questioni of construct ing the Canterbury;road ?'elief-drain be postponed for thiiepresent." Cr. Morris;:chairian. oftle coni mittee, moved h'tlhe adoptio? -of .-dtlhi clause form -ally butsaid- he -was against it. The postp one itn had been mentioned in:committee ';and was now brought before tihe coiicil r final decision. In liiis: opiioii9'- the 'relief drain should be go ne : iiwitli; In the event of a :heavyy 'rainfall;- the sur veyor had reported .tlat the relief drain would beliof great: assistance. Cr. Nicolson :seconded the motion, pro forma.! The:i :proposal was the most extraordinary that had . ever emanated from a committee. Cr. Morris asked . thlat the. drain le gone on with;,'aiid..yet'recommended that 'the work be postponed. Cr. Morris: .A majority of the com mittee reco...
Popular Secretary Retires [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Popular Secretary Retires At the meeting of ihe West St. Kilda Progress Association on Tues day evening Mr E. A. Walker stated that he intended to resign from the position of han. secretary. He had been appointed manager of the local branch of the Bank of Australasia, and it would not be politic for him, neither would he have the opportu. nity, to continue as secretary to ihe Association Mr Walker's resigna tion was ret eived with much regret. A thorough young gentleman in every sense of the term, able, cour teous, zealous and popular, under Mr Walker's guiding hand, the m.mber ship roll of the West St. Kilda Progress Association has risen to hundreds, and the Association has established a respected and influential name for itself. It has had much necessary work carried out locally. The President, Mr J. Rowan, J P., on behalf of the mambers, expressed regret at Mr Walker's retirement, and it was decided to place on the minutes a record of the valuable work he had done on the Associa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
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