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Cr Embling's Photograph. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
OP Embling's Photograph To the walls of the Prahra: Council chamber has been added A: enlarged photograph of Cr H. , Embling, an ex-Mayor, It is a fint picture-striking and true to life. C Embling asked the council to accept the photograph on behalf of the city. The chairman (Or Scott) said it war with pleasure the council received the gift.
Malvern's Charity Vote. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Malvern's Charity Vote. The following is the charitable vote of the Malvern Council for 1914-5, which was passed at Monday's meet ing of the council: Alfred Hospital, £25; Melbourne Hospital, £20; Women's Hospital, £10; Chlildren's Hospital, £10; Malvern Ladies' Benevolent Society, £8; In stitute for the Blind, £5; Homoeopathic Hospital, £5; Austin Hospital, £5; St. Vincent's Hospital, £5; Discharged Prisoners' Aid Society, £5; Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, £5; Talbot Epileptic Colony, £5; Queen Victoria Hospital, £5; Home for the Blind, Brighton, £3; St. John's Ambulance, £2; Deaf and Dumb Institute, £4; Melbourne Orphan Asylum, £3; Mel bourne Benevolent Asylum, £2; Mel bourne City Mission, £3; Melbourne District Nursing Society, £2; Salvation Army Social Work, £2; Carlton Re fuge, £2; St. Vincent de Paul's Or phanage, £2; Society to Assist Per sons of Education, £2; Royal Humane Society, £2; Try Society, Hawksburn, £2; Foundling Hospital and Infants' Home, £3; Hornbrook Free Kin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
'PRAHRAN'S PALATIAL PLAYHOUSE'~ -THE- LYRIC Theatre, Chapel Street, Pirahran. - . ., Victoria's First Theaitrein .11elborne's llurbs: -: - The .mrst .lagnificently appointed Theatre in Victoria. Snaluraly Ileated r o Co't Night,. fool and (o,nfiri,,I in Hoat Vatlier, LATEST ATTRACTIONS (For the Week commencing MONDAY, 22nd JUNE). Two Great Star Attractions, Jane Eyre Charlotte Bronte's adventurous and pathetic romance. The Worker The Nordisk No. 2 Company in an intensely human play. The Longest and Beat Entertainment in Melbourne. NOTE-The Performance begins at one minute to 8 prompt every evening, PRIZES for Girls and Boys under 12 at the Saturday Matinee. Under the baton of Signor Briglia the now Famous and absolutely Impregnable LYRIC ORCHESTRA, The most perfect Musical Combination in Australia. ? Prices as usual, 6d to 2s. 'Phone Win. 1822. k ESPLANADE. LYRIC Theatre, SST. KILDA. PARADISE AND LYRIC PICTURES. Complete change of programme Mondays and Thursdays. i? I Special progra...
Don't Coddle Chickens. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Don t Uoddle Uhickens. The coddling of chickens by keep ing them. in outhouses, when thl weticer is dry, or by making; theii isleeping quar ters too comfortable/' is a sure way of iilviting trouble.-, During 'rainy wieatier it is eCr -nice to' he able :to' keep the yougi S'ster s- coiiifortable in 'grieeinlious( : or simillir pllacehbdt personally"i -w s:-hould prefer a asheltered -'spoto" out; of:doors.: behindil, a wallt or: building, or perhaps; all olien-li-she, iin veri hadl weather. Thel chickens would ii' this case .becoine niitliiially* iardyi ' whereas" by riariaing tlieiil idlori. one risks ex:posiing tliemii tu chillh while hardening 'thein offl out L:o door. "iin a.ny clhageuable \weutli'c whicih 'i.ighit tolii- Ialon 0g. ' Moirebvir tliose who use arltiiciul Sbrooders should "inake a lpolit ol: gradiially lai rdleniiig the' -young -birds -nff from -the - very first. .\ -teniperatare of -90- degi; though very well for a? start, mnust :not -le inll-l ;iiinned continually;...
Big Buildings. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Big Buildings. Cr Embling referrad to big build' ings in course of erection in Chap1 street. He slid he spoke as a lty man, but the buildings, with thl steel rods used in their constiuctionl seemed to him to be top heavy, Had proper provision been made fof sale time, when there would be larie numbers of people in the buildings Was the council's engineer consulted in respect to the ere:tion or t6 buildings? The aounil should know something about it.
Prahran Market. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Prahran Market. The following recommendation in the report of the public works com. mittee of the Prahran council was brought forward on Monday evening -" That the arrangement ientered into between the Council and , Farrington for the cleansing of thi market be terminated, and the work carried out in future by the council's employes, under the supervision of the city surveyor." Cr Ginn protested against contras. tors being allowed to throw up thtir contracts at will. It was not fair to bona fide tenderers. The chairman of the committee gets up andsays he "has the honor to move the adoption of the report." Whenhe (Cr Ginn) was chairman he did not think there was much honor about it Cr Nicolson-You looked as if you did. Cr Morris-We had an arrange ment-one evidently that didn't pay -with Mr Farrington, and he asked to be relieved of it. It is nota contract. Cr Ginn-That is splitting straws, Cr Scott (to Cr Ginn)-It was an arrangement. Cr Ginn-Who made it ? I sup. pose it will be a sch...
License Refused. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
License Retused. The following clause in the re port of the health committee of the Prahran council was broughtforward on Monday evening, viz. "That the application for the registration of a dancing roomatth Empress Cafe, Chapel streethen i fused." The recommendations were azred to. . .. .
WATER DIVINING. THE TRIALS AT GUILDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
WATER DIVINING. THI TRIALS-AT-G UILDFORD. I:,The.;; colmitteen, appointed :..to ob serve the trials .:of ,watersc dlyii.ning orgai!sed by;the '"'Sanitary Recordl and Miiici'p.ipai: Engineering'.;: a Guild(lord, have issuedI their report (says "The 'finies;"'). ' hree site's were select ifoi" the experi ienti. t 1h ( f.ll s-i hclies .iili ero1it-e tile "e -co-il. --luriuns the- to:i f. a si iall :couered 'i eservoir- thie wilter front which. -was bieing i:.iilentiotillvy ruin nT;L h ihile tjn .tl'ihicr.i?t.lieroe-is a sewer, and alsoi a spring whicll, lwhen it l.as discovered; ?a fe\v y.ears a vgo, was yielding aibout i 30,000' gall ons ani houir. .It cannot' sa tliit .the seven ldiviners- wlho took fhfcial lialt in. the proceedings were very siuccess.ful.' of oiilyV did tihey for ti?e iiios;t ;plt:'i disaggri'e ?ith 'clic citier,i; t'); only on'e'foun lid'" .water in the centre of the'lawn' over the middle of tLhe reserv oil," and the in formationi they" gaverabtout the'large spring...
Policemen in Petticoats. MEN'S WORK UNDERTAKEN BY WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Policemen in Petticoats: -- +-- MEN'WS W.,1WQ1K -UNDIE iTAKEN BY S.. : . ....WOM EN. Mr. Lewis recently introduced into the Lower HIouse of the New. York State Legislature at Albany. , " Bill .iipowering. the Police Commis sicner of New York to appoint 20 women ias members .of the inetropoli taiii plice fnrce 7"i" -tlie ~ ill is ia;ssed "tile : plitolicew en aippoiiited wiill weai: uniforms 'id receive 'the 5.hiiie pay -as ine:-- Tlhcit-'dity *will ibe to -piotect 'women ind- children in thliei streets,:- dancing halls, public inarks.and - icturerethe :tres R : ecently _ five. wealthy .. women of Chicago, including Mrs... Joseph Bowen;, a'w eell-known philanthropist, offered their services to the mayor as policewomnen, and suggested that they should be allowed to wear as . iuniforni a .long navy-blue coat provided'-with' brass biittons,' a soft liavy-blue" felt hht, black ' gloves, and low-heeled walking shoes, It -is.- interesting to -know'that a short- timo-back a lady 'was -'ap p...
Tramway Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Tramway Returns. At the meeting of the Malvern Council on Monday evening, Cr. Wilks reported as follows relative to the revenue of the Prahran and Malvern Tramway Trust:-For the week end ing June 3-Trust lines, 15.269d. per car mile; Balaclava-road line, 12.896d.; Caulfield line, 9.339d.; Kew, 14.892d. For the week ending June 10-Trust lines, 15.793d. per car mile; Balaclava road line, 14.921d.; Caulfleld line, .10.224d; Kew extension, 16.956d.
Malvern Town Hall. LETTING THE HALL ON SUNDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Malvern Town Hall. LETTING THE HALL ON SUN DAYS. At Monday's meeting of the Malvern Council, Cr. Francis asked the ques tion by whose authority the Town Hall had been refused for a Sunday afternoon service in connection with an application recently made for same. Cr. Murray also spoke with refer ence to the matter. It was pointed out that the hall com .nLtee was the body responsible for the letting of the hall. Cr. Wilson said that, with reference to the rpplication for the hall for the Sunday in question, the letter was brought before the town hall com mittee, and the committee had re plied to the effect that the hall was not granted for use on Sundays. Cr. Murray detailed instances where the Malvern, Prahran and St. Kilda Town Halls had been let on Sundays, Cr. E. Thompson said that if they opened the hall for one they would have 50 applications. Where were they going to draw the line? Sunday was the only day in which the hall keeper was able to get out with his wife, as he was ke...
Malvern Council. MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Malvern Council. MONDAY, JUNE 16, 1914. Present: Mayor Wilson, and Crs. Thompson, Weller, Francis, Murray, Devy, McKinley. Lewis, Wilks, and Carroll. BUILDINGS ON LOW-LYING GROUNDS. Correspondence was received from various municipalities, acknowledging receipt of letter sent at the instance of Mayor Wilson, calling a conference for the 22nd inst., at 3.30, relative to the erection of.buildings on low-lying: or unsuitable lands.-. : METROPOLITAN BOARD OF WORKS. A communication :from the Metro-' politan Board of. Works, sibmitting resolutions passed by'lthe Board w ith reference to future plans of subdivi sions, and asking the .council's con currence in the suggestions, was left in the hands of Cr. Carroll to report .urtner thereon. - RIGHT-OF-WAY. Mr. R. C. Meares wrote relative to a right-of-way at the corner of Toorak and Glenferrie-roads, requesting a small corner of council's reserve to be cut off, in order to enable vehicles to go round from the new right-of way; and further, ag...
The Buffaloes. CROWN LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
The Buffaloes. CROWN LODGE. The Crown Lodge of the R.A.Q.B. are holding a smoke social this (Saturday) evening, at Ward's Albion Hotel, corner Chapel and High sts. All old Buffs are cordially invited to be present, Mr H. Rider, senior city inspector of Prahran, prosecuted several per sons at the court on Thursday, in cluding firewood dealers, on charges of not carrying scales, not labelling bags with weight of contents, &c. Fines of 2/6 were imposed, with £1 8s Gd costs.
Milk Prosecution. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Milk Prosecution. At Prahran Court on Thursday, before Mr Read Murphy, P.M., and Messrs Flintoft, Wallis, Heyward, Bargeant and Captain Buesell,J.'sP., William Tierney, dairyman, was charged with selling milk below the standard. Mr T. G. Jones prose cuted, and Mr Nigan appeared for the defence. Inspector Close stated that in company with Inspector Robertson, he visited defendant's dairy on April 30. There were 12 quarts of milk in a bulk can. De fendant said it was skim milk, and was not for sale. It was not labelled as such. Six quarts were in a bucket. One sample was 8-28 defioient in fatty solids, and the other 7.4. A fine of C3 was imposed, with l1 Is costs.
Rounders. SPRING-ROAD V. PUNT-ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Rounders. SPRING-ROAD V. PUNT-ROAD. A good and exciting match took place in the game between Spring road and Punt-road. It was a steady game throughout, although the win ners, Spring-road, obtained a victory of 49 to 38 rounders. Miss Carnaby, the umpire, was very fair in her de cisions. Next week Spring-road will meet Armadale, and it is thought that it will be a very even game. MALVERN-ROAD V. TOORAK. The Toorak-Malvern-road match re sulted in a win for the purple and golds, the scores being, Malvern-road, 46, to Toorak, 29. Much surprise was felt when the scores were announced, as the teams seemed evenly matched in their play. The umpire, Miss S. MacDonald, gave her decisions promptly, and kept to. her word. The best players for Toorak were G. Heck shar, G. Pratt, V. Hunt, M. Richards, and N. Chugg; for Malvern-road, S. Roe, D. Cayley, D. Warby, I. Bromley, and R. Hudson. Next Saturday Toorak will meet Punt-road at Fawkner Park. Malvern-road will be a bye,
Municipal. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Municipal. "Are you a candidate?" is a ques -uu one hears frequently just now. "Candidate for what?" is the general retort, and then it turns out that can didates are very much in evidence for the Federal Parliament, the State Parliament, the municipal Councils, Liberal Leagues, Labor Leagues, and a hundred and one other organisa tions which are displaying signs of activity at about this time. Matters municipal, on account of politics, are not showing out as pro minently as anticipated. The Pro gress Associations in St. Kilda, up to the present, at all events, are having quite a bitter experience of this fact. It is vaguely rumored that not a single candidate has so far thrown himself at the feet of one of the associations asking for their support in an en deavor to gain entrance into the new council. It has been hinted that a certain association, or certain mem hers thereof, waiited on a prominent citizen, and asked him to come out and do battle against some of the present councill...
Compulsory Training. To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Compulsory Training. To the Editor. Sir,-Finding I am unable to obtain justice, I write, earnestly ap pealing to your readers to use their influence to protect Australian lads in various States from unjust treatment from the Defence Department. My own son at this moment lies in a soli tary, confinement cell in the Queens cliff fortress for no other misde meanour than loyalty to his parents' views of Christian teaching, and thus our cherished right of parental con trol has been forced from us. Our Tom, a lad of 16, was sent to Queenscliff on Wednesday last week for 21 days, for refusing to train under the Defence Act. My wife and I are members of the Society of Friends, and hold strong convictions against military matters, a principle held vital for centuries, in the religious views of the Quakers and others, and, however your readers may differ from me on this point, I am quite sure that as men and women they will agree that this is not the treatment for a boy of 16, even if he had ...