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Melbourne Cable Tramway. PREPARATIONS FOR 1916. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Melbourne Cable Tramway. PREPARATIONS FOR 1916. Speaking at the Prahran Council meeting on Monday evening in re ference to the municipalities taking over the Melbourne cable tramway system in 1916, Cr. Embling said that as the council seldom received reports from their representative (Cr. Scott) as to the doings of the Melbourne Tramway Trust, he (Cr. Embling) sin cerely hoped that something was be ing done. As a sharebroker he would say "Keep quiet. It will be a grand thing for the shareholders." As a municipal councillor, however, and speaking in the interests of the rate payers, something should be known as to the future intentions of the trust. He had been informed that under the various acts under which the Tram way Trust worked there was no pro vision for the trust to borrow money to run the trams. If that were so the trust should come to the councils at once, and ask them to urge Parliament to give them the necessary power. He had been informed that even though a price were a...
Motor Traffic. MAGISTERIAL COMMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Motor Trafflic. MAGISTERIAL COMMENTS. Before Messrs. Hutton (chairman), Curwen-Walker, Bangs, and J. Hislop, J's.P., at the Prahran Court on Mon day, Stanley Hallet, of East Mel bourne was charged with having rid den a motor cycle at a dangeroue speed. Constables Fitzgerald and Burke gave evidence that on May 29 defen dant rode over a 300 yards' section in Chapel-street, from Wilson-street to Linay's timber yard, in 18sec., being at the rate of 23 miles an hour. Defendant said he estimated his speed at 20 miles an hour. The Chairman said, in his opinion, in cases of this character, the police should caution a first offender, and let him know that next time he offended, hlie would be brought before the court and fined. Mr. Bangs, J.P.: Twenty miles an hour in Chapel-street is too fast. The Chairman: Two hundred yards is an extraordinary distance to time motors. Sergeant Kane: The Police Depart ment is determined to put a stop to dangerous speeding. If we cautioned people, there would...
Evening Continuation Classes. HIGH STREET STATE SCHOOL, PRAHBAN WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Evening Continuation Classes. HIGH STREET STATE SCHOOL, PRHBAN WEST. The committee are pleased to state that the teaching staff has been appointed to take up the work of these olasses, and all pupils already enrolled, and those intending to en roll, are requested to attend. BOYS-Monday night, 21st ins-., at 7 o0. GIPILS-Tuesday night, at the same time. A start is being mnde with the commercial course. The other courses will follow im mediately on arrangements being made. Mr E. Roberts has been appointed head teaoher, and Mr Newey first assistant.
PEOPLE'S LIBERAL PARTY. PRAHRAN BRANCH. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
PEOPLE'S LIBERAL PARTY. PRAHRAN BRANCH. ANNUAL MEETING. One of the largest attended meet ings for some time of the Prahran Branch of the People's Liberal Party was held on Tuesday night last at the party's rooms, Greville-street. The chief business of the evening was the election of office-bearers. Mr. S. Bangs presided. A healthy sign of interest, probably occasioned by the political situation at present existing, was the keenness displayed in the election of office bearers. The result of the election was as follows:-President, Mr. A. H. Woodfull; vice-president, Mr. S. Bangs; secretary, Mr. Joseph Rogers; treasurer, Mr. J. Cartledge; delegates to the electoral council, Messrs. A. H. Woodfull, J. Rogers, S. Bangs, and J. T. Packer; delegates to the annual convention of the People's Liberal Party to be held during show week, Messrs. A. H. Woodfull, S. Bangs, J. Rogers, and J. T. Packer; executive committee, Messrs. J. G. Cook, W. H. Emblin, G. Hopson, A. Bragg, J. Colquhoun, J. T. P...
Sergt. Lillis and Civilian [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Sergt. Lillis and Civilian At the Prahran Court on Monday before Messrs. Hutton (chairman), Curwen-Walker, Bangs, and J. Hislop, J's.P., James Shaw, who described himself as a boot salesman, from Albury, was charged with having be haved in an offensive manner in a public place, and with having unlaw fully assaulted Sergeant J. Lillis, of South Yarra. Defendant said that hle would plead. guilty under great provocation to both charges. Sergeant Lillis stated that shortly after 9 o'clock on Saturday night, when in Toorak-road, in plain clothes, he saw defendant follow and accost two women. Witness told defendant he was a police sergeant, but defen dant refused to believe It, and refused to give his own name. Defendant de clined to go with witness to the two women to ask as to whlether they (the women) had been accosted or not Witness took defendant into the Somerset Arms Hotel, so that wit ness's identity could be made plain to defendant. Mr. Elbeshausen, the licensee, told defendant t...
Municipal Aid Sought for Prahran Technical School. Deputation Receives an Encouraging Promise. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Municipal Aid Sought for Prahran Technical School. Deputation Receives an Encouraging Promise. With the object of obtaining an annual municipal grant towards the proposed new Technical school in Prahran, a deputation from the Mechanics' Institute waited on the local Council on Monday evening. The deputation, which was intro duced by Cr Walter Flintoft, com prised (in addition to the councillors who are on the committee of management of the Mechanics), Mr C. S. Halkyard, Mr R. Ambler, Mr R. Browne, Mr J. H. Furneaux (secretary), and Mr Dean (art master). Cr Flintoft, in introducing the deputation, stated that it was the intention to erect a technical school building at a cost of about £14,000 on land purchased in High street. If the council gave an annual grant to wards the upkeep of the school they would only be doing their duty to the ratepayers. Mr Halkyard spoke of the need that existed for technical schools. In some parts of the Continent, in cities half the size of Melbourne, t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
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Mr W. H. Webber acts a Generous Part. A Court Case against his wish [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Mr W. H. Webber acts a Generous Part. A Court Case against his wish At the Prahran Court on Thurs. day, b:fore Mr Read Murphy, P.M., Messrs *Wallis, Flintoft, Heyward, Sargeant, and Captain Russell, J.'sP., Renton Mills, grocer, was charged with having ptrmitted an employe (Walter Kerr) to cart goods after 9 o'clock p.m. on Friday. April 24. Mr T. G. Jones, who appeared to prosecute, stated that Mr Wm. H. Webber, secretary of the Grocers' Employes Union, when on the look out for offences of the kind, saw the act which constituted the ground for the present prosecution. Mr Webber, in giving evidence, denied that he had been specially on the watch for offenders at the time. He was merely having an evening walk. At 20 past 9 he saw defen dant's cart drive round to the shop. A box was place in the cart, which was then driven into Greville street. He did not know where the goods were delivered. Witness continued, "In reporting the matter to the Minister I only asked that a warn ing be gi...
Cr Morris Speaks a word about Mr Cameron. Crs Nicolson and Chambers rebuke Cr Morris. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Cr Morris Speaks a word about Mr Cameron. ----4-- Cra Nicolson and Chambers rebuke Cr Morris. Speaking at the Prahran City Council meeting on Monday evening Cr Chambers, who reported on tram. way matters in the absence of Cr Naylor, made reference to the fact that Mr A. Cameron, chairman of the Prahran and Malvern Tramway Trust, had publicly stated that he had never given his sanction for his name to be submitted for the posi tion of chairman of the recently formed Hawthorn Tramway Trust. Cr Morris-If he had come out on top and been elected, we would have heard nothing about this. (Oh 1) Cr Nicolson (sharply)-Such a remark should not be made in this council. Mr Cameron is an honorable man, and we must take his word that he did not submit his name for the chairmanship of this new Trust. Cr Chambers-It is with a tone of great regret that 1 heard Cr Morris make the remark he did. Mr Cameron is a man of honor, whose word is his bond. He has given his word, the word of a gentleman, that ...
Federal Politics. Hon. W. Watt, State Premier, to stand for Balaclava. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Federal Politics. Hon. W. Watt, State Premier, to stand for Balaclava. In response to requests made to him by Liberal organisations, the Hon. W. Watt, the State Premier, has decided to stand for the Bala clava constituency. He has resigned the position of Premier, and has been succeeded by Sir Alexander Peacock. Dr J. R. Lee, of Malvern, who had announoed himself as a candidate. has retired in favor of Mr Watt. Another candidate in the field ii the Liberal interest is Dr Carty Salmon, and he has expressed his intention of going to the poll. It is probable, however, that steps will be taken to avoid a split in the Liberal ranks.
Motor Cycle and Bicycle A COURT CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 20 June 1914
Motor Cycle and Bicycle A COURT CASE. Before Mr Read Murphy, P.M., and Messrs Flintoft, Wallis, Hey ward, Sargeant, and Captain Russell, J'sP., Geoffrey Vincent O'Mullane was charged with driving a motor cycle on the wrong side of the road and injuring a lad named Ernest Buddle, on May 23. Sub-Inspeotor Westcott appeared for the prosecution. Buddle stated that he was riding his bicycle along Toorak road, going east. He turned into Chapel street, southerly, on his right side. De fendant came from the opposite direction on his motor cycle, crossed over to his wrong side, and collided with witness, who was knocked cff his bicycle, but was not hurt. Evidence in substantiation was given by Henry Byrne, tram grip man; Wm, McKay, engineer, Vic torian railways; and Constable Dollman, of South Yarra. Defendant said the boy Buddle turned across his (defendant's) front wheel, and he (defendant) swerved to avoid an accident. That was how he got on the wrong side of the road. The bench imposed a...
Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 27 June 1914
Bowling. BY BOWLER. The Richmond Union tournament concluded on Saturday last, and re sulted in a victory for A. P. Dredge's Hawthorn rink, which beat W. C. Davis (City) by 17 to 5. The big gap between the points scored by the two teams in the final was rather an inglorious ending to whLt has otherwise proved an interesting and closely played tournament throughout. Third and fourth prizes were divided between Frank lin, of Ascot Vale, and Sutton, of Armadale. The Richmond Union oficials were warmly congratulated on the excellent arrangements that had been made for the conduct of the tournament. With the exception of a few straggling games that will inevitably take place amongst keen enthusiasts, bowls may now be considered to be shut down for the season. How strange it seems. You talk about bowls being a summer pastime, and yet here am I penning these lines sitting in front of a fire fit to roast an ox! More than that. I have yet to brave the frosty atmosphere to post them to you, Mr...
Vacant Piece of Land in West St. Kilda. DEPARTMENT'S DOG IN THE MANGER POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 27 June 1914
Vacant Piece of Land in West St. Kilda. DEPARTMENT'S DOG IN THE MANGER POLICY. At the meeting of the St. Kilda City Council on Monday evening, a communication was received from the Lands Department, intimating that it was not prepared to consent to the council's application to grant permissive occupancy of the piece of vacant land at the oorndr of York and Cowderoy streets. This is a piece of land, as explained bythe Town Clerk, that was origi cally set aside for educational purposes in 1875. It was in a neglected state, and the Council is endeavoring to secure control over it, at the suggestion of the West St. Kilda Progress Association, so that it could be made an acquisition to the district. At present it was merely an eyesore. Cr Barnet said it was evident that the land was not going to be used for school purposes, and it was a dog in the manger policy on the part of the Education Department to object to it being handed over to the con. trol of the Council. Cr Love suggested tha...
Street Lighting. ADVANCE IN ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 27 June 1914
Street Lighting. ADVANCE IN ST. KILDA. The St. Kilda council has de cided to greatly improve its system of street lighting, and at its meeting on Monday several additional lamps were authorised, on the recommen dation of the lighting committee. Cr Jacoby said the council spent an enormous sum on lighting, and St. Kilda was better lighted than any other suburb. St. Kilda had always been pioneers in the matter of light ing. Things would still better im prove when they had the high pres sure lights in Fitzroy street and other parts of the city. Cr Hewison thought that in addi tion to Fitzroy street and the Espla nade, there were other streets where lamps were necessary so that people could avoid the puddles. More light was needed south of Dickens street. CrJacoby-We only have a cer tain amount of money. The com mittee is doing its very best. Cr Gibbs pointed out that 14 of the latest allocation of lamps had gone to the South ward.
An Elwood Requirement ACCESS TO GLENHUNTLY-ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 27 June 1914
An`Elwood Requirement :VGLESS TO CGLENIIUNTLY-ROAD. : t. Aits ieeting.on Monday evening, the-St. Kilda Council received a coin inuiunicationi fi om Mr. Burnett Gray, secretar-' olf then Elwood and South St. Kildal Progress Association, ask iiig tl?a ttlhe council consider the mat :Leoiil; ofiiiiding- some means of ac cess.:.to 'Glenhiuntly-road . from Or -mond-road.: At ,,present it was onil?, ipossible to get to Glen hliilttly-l'oad, iiear the canal bridge, :i; ciossi?m~n i?cant private laind, but in a slhort? time thisi land ewould be built uipl'oin, and when: this happens, :ipeople will have to take..a circuit of about -hall to three-:uarters of a; mile -to. get tol the bridge. This particular ,p rt of tlie district ` as very badly laid out as far as streets and means Tif access ~:wre, concerned; but he tliougli? thle .difliculty: could be got ovem by thIe council making a path way?ifroin Wtavestreet along the side of tihe- canal some little distance, thein crossinig the canial b...
Progressive Hobart. NEW MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS AND MARKETS. A LESSON TO PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 27 June 1914
Progressive Hobart. NEW MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS AND S'MARKETS. - A-. LESSON TO PRAHRAN. -Hobart (of :wlhich ex-Cr. Thos. ýAin'otti' late of -Praliaii, is an Alder ni.an'-d exMiayor)-is erecting new n;,ncipal .bnildiiigs; and markets, nd'-...nididst imutch. raejoicing the .oi adatiofl stoe -t ot the newi si Stiictu es'? as?laid oon the 1ith i 't - The i11iory.00 wvas. presidel ter by odei itt and froni a rcpoft of the proceedings in thin Si Daily ot otthat Alderman -Amott iae a ii interesting address. t'ii totd'ti-.itte site' onii: wlichi: they emi 1eibled iasforinerlygiven to i'citizeiiss of-'r.Hobart by the then oVeri'ior (Sii W Denison), who ,e isd.Ii.ii that citpacity i'romi 1847 to IS;' aind stipulatio i Swas made that 'itast oiie iused fo iniarket purposes. Ti? oltd? i?lig ~wisiliburnea dowii in too90,inld tiie qiiuestioi brf the re-build ilig wils i-iiucli .delayed by a contro vers a t;o whether'or inot the ground 'sl d , drever tto: tlie Crown, becau~se or years te oild ibuilding...
Prince Albert Lodge, I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 27 June 1914
Prince Albert Lodge, _ I.O.O.F. The usual foitniglitiv meeting of the Loyal - Priice :Albeirt: Lodge;, LO.O.., Prah.lan n ;?o Wedinesday>' e eluing yas an . 1 i1ilpurt?nt ? f i in muany respects: in official, visit was paid by the GrandWaiiter Bo XV' D. Morgan, dd itIh lni were Bro J. C. Smtil a toiBteir Giraind Secresh tary .o0 the r O. &lt; 1 -r> Victoria, and now Grand Sucretany ot tle. Grand Lodge oft Australasin anda other subordinate ofihceirs m aid ._visiting brethren from other lodges. Refresh ments ie?le ser?ed'at the closie of the meeting,. and the eveninig will be re membered as' a?very pleasant one in the lhiist;ofy .?t:':: thie ?Prince Albert. Lodge, w wliiclh b?? thle. way, is held in .very, high esteem by members of •siste :dlodge's .in' the metropolis. Of course; there a as some speechifying, and it .was. of a -very interesting cisiacter ':oo B`o. J.. C. Smith was in good fettle, and discoursed on the principles of Oddfellowship for close on' half an ho...
Parks and Gardens in St. Kilda. Fences to be Pulled Down. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 27 June 1914
Parks and Gardens in I St. Kilda. Fences to be Pulled Down. At the meeting of the S. t.lds council on Monday evening \ast a communication was received rorn the Dandenong Road and District Improvement League, asking that action be taken to improve the con dition of a portion of Alma Park east. In regard to this matter the parks and gard.ns committee recommended -" That the detritus deposited in Alma Park east be mounded with a slope work border on the Dandenong road frontage, and that the picket fence be removed." Cr Barnet moved the adoption of the recommendation. Cr Gibbs seconded the motion, He urged that several old and useless trees in the park should be removed. Cr Barnet-That will be oon sidered by the committee. Cr Hewison said he hoped there would be no " hideous rock work," such as they:saw in other parts of St. Kilda, placed in the park. He had strong objections to rock work round gardens Cr Barnet-I know Cr Hewison has his own views on such matters. The rock is to prevent...
South Yarra Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 27 June 1914
South Yarra ilifle Club. On Saturday last, the South Y'arra Iifle Cluib were at. home to the; nem: Ihers of the Thortton Rifle ('oli i .al lie Port Melbourne rile rahge..rng Thie contest was of ten -men aside, 14 shots ait 500 y:arids:--: The weatlher conditions were very ?good, and liigli scorieg was pi'evaltil-it: R.: Mar shall was seen in hilisbest : torn, comr tiling 69 ouatao tiossible 70, also tie veteran, Mi..:-e?\: WXells, wiith 6"9 points, finishing ifit:h ten-. bllseyes.. For thile visitdo'i s, l:r Huitchiso n tias top score withi 67 poiints Tlle nlmatch was won by Souih Yarra b? 77 points. Aftel the iatch lie visitors were entertained at'.the Hibe?niali H-otel, where Captaii:n Findilay. coni gratulaited the South ';arra boys: oin their slbstalitiil iWiim expressing a hope to reverse the: decision: on their. nleXt meeting, alid ialso preseinted: to Mr. It. Marshall: i nicely 'enigravedl ;pooii for iop scor e, and a sotvereig~ :ase to ii'.r A. WVells tfor: secondl ,rize. ?i...
Coming Events! [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 27 June 1914
Coming Events I There was quite a galaxy of dis tinguished citizens present at the Prahran football match at Toorak Park last Saturday. There was Mr Donald Mackinnon, Attorney.Gene" ral; Mr Norman Bayles, M.LA,, Dr Carty Salmon, Mr Carse, the Mayor (Cr E. H. Willis), and coun" cillors. Coming events, it is said, cast their shadows before! Aren't there some elections coming on ?