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Corporation Employe Asks for Leave of Absence. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 July 1914
Corporation Employe Asks for Leave of Absenoe. Mr C. R. Prosser, who is in charge of the Prahran corporation stables, applied for three months leave of absence. He stated that his services would always be obtainable if re quired. Cr Nicolson moved, and Cr Chambers seconded, that the appli cation be referred to the legislative committee. Cr Naylor-What leave has this man had during the past 12 months ? I understand he is constantly getting leave of absence. I think is is time this gentleman got another position. In answer to an enquiry, the surveyor (Mr Gilohrist) said that during the past 12 months Mr Prosser had only had his annual leave. -Cr Naylor-Then I have been - misinformed, I'm sorry I spoke. The motion was carried. ___________
Municipal [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 July 1914
Municipal. In St. Kilda there is a strong under current of interest being displayed in the coming municipal elections, and as nomination day is now fast ap proaching, the interest, it is expected, will show itself in a manner that will give no cause for doubt. The Elwood and South St. Kilda Progress Associa tion has, it is stated, made a selection of some candidates, but there has been no open official declaration on the point so far. With the introduction of the fourth ward, three new men will, of a certainty, have to make their ap pearance in the council, and as to who they will be, it would be ex ceedingly hard to make a guess at this juncture. Rumor has it that certain citizens, who have been prominent in League matters for some time past, will be candidates. If this be so, and such candidates are successful, the natural outcome should be that El wood and the South should quickly forgo ahead in importance. What ratepayers outside League influence are going to do in regard to the...
A Progressive Business Man. MR. W. TAYLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 July 1914
A Progressive Business Man. MR. W. TAYLOR. Among the progressive business men of Prahran, Mr. W. Taylor, of the well-known Co-operative Drapery Stores, of Prahran, South Melbourne and Seddon, holds a very foremost place. Ever since Mr. Taylor, who is the son of a highly respected farmer of Maldon, left a little country State school for a very junior position in a country drapery establishment, he has demonstrated a wonderful spirit of dogged and optimistic perseverance, combined with business acumen far and away above the average, which have carried him through all the vary ing experiences incidental to active business life, and have raised him to a high and influential position. It is a matter of regret that Mr. Taylor has never entered public life, for his quick and intelligent grasp of business pro positions used on the public's behalf would have materially increased his usefulness as a citizen and benefit to the community. From a somewhat small beginning in his present stores at...
WEST ST. KILDA PROGRESS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 July 1914
WEST ST. KILDA PROGRBSA ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the above association was held at the Beaconsfield Hotel on Tuesday, when, notwithstanding the bleakness of the night, there was a fair attendance. Mr. J. Rowan oc cupied the chair. Mr. Mitchell, who read the minutes of the previous meeting, said he felt that lie was too old to continue in the position. It needed a younger man. (No.) It was a good position for any patriotic young man to take up. It meant advancement to better things the municipal council and then Par liament. A voice: And where then? (Laugl ter.) Members urged on Mr. Mitchell to continue the duties of secretary. Mr. Mitchell agreed to continue the secretarial duties for ,a further period. Mr. Meudell referred to s.several matters. He said anr ordinary vehicle would have to drive ;along .some streets "at their owna expense.'": Il:l thlis regard lie spoke 0o tie bad relprir of " internal streeis." : ::; -'. In referenlce.:i too . certain part of Blencolnsfield I ariado...
Beard Benefit Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 July 1914
Beard Benefit Fund. The concert on behalf of Mrs. Beard and family was held in the A.N.A. Hall, High-street, Prahran, on the 8th inst, and was well attended. The programme was lengthy, and of an entertaining character throughout. Vaudeville artists, as usual, kindly came forward in the cause of charity, and the variety and newness of the items they gave pleased everybody. A very satisfactory sum should be netted by the benefit. It will be a few days before a final settlement of accounts is made, but the committee is looking forward with confidence to being able to hand over to Mrs. Beard a substantial sum. One and all are to be congratulated on the success of their efforts. To Mr. C. A. Patten (chairman), Mr. W. Warren (secre tary), Mr. W. Clack (ticket secretary), Mr. Heales (treasurer), and members of the committee all praise is due. One and all were rightly impressed with the worthiness of the cause they had in hand, and went forward with a will to do their part. The general publ...
Rounders. SPRING-ROAD V. MALVERN-ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 July 1914
Rounders: SPRINTG-ROAIT V. MALVEli T-RO D. Tlie miatch betw eei Spring road ald ?malverroadcal played. .at, Malire on Satirda-i last resulted in=iin fdor tlihe'litter, the' -,cres beinr 35 to 32 ruins: t117 waas-a:-verv exciting g gine, Ifroii mnorethn eaone aspect. -f Spring roid Iwere t a team that Iealded the list;: ud Malverii-raid caie-next -so this meant mrmuclm'; excitieniemit td it. ?also--meant i-good -game.; Miss Car niiaui tilllli ndathl ir decisions w era flairnd ~pronllth gien -Tlie -beet L- p l a e r s --fom--Sp Si -rad-a'er .Ma oum ;13. h3mittcm ht- Siiiuthb It- na es. rn Thbest fr Malver -rad :-M N'acti h tlu- fPell ii'g,:I: Brom ley, R' )lute n .-e;- -.l . W' arby The nuitcli ts lta tii Imet eun Anna 'dale annI tPuint-oar] fori lst Saterrda}° sresttlted mum-a victors for the team that: -is--usnear the' -ottoni -ion'tli liust of --muctorucs, ---Anu"s riudl first Armeadale seemed to be the sure wainers; -.but Punt-road niaiaged to catch Armadale, and to even .iii tthe...
Prahran Court. Monday, July 13. Before Messrs. M,Kinnon (chairman), Curwen-Walker, Hutton, Bangs, Hislop, and Captain Russell, J's.P. MAINTENANCE CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 July 1914
Prahran Court. Monday, July 13. Before Messrs. M,Kinnon (chair man), Curwen-Walker, Hutton, Bangs, Hislop, and Captain Russell, J's.P. MAINTENANCE CLAIM. Jennie Keogh charged her husband, William Keogh, ~vith leaving her and their young son without adequate means of support. Mr. Nigan for complainant, and Mr. Fogarty for defendant. Complainant. stated she had been married nine years. She had had to leave her husband four or five times. On one occasion lie gave her some money and left his watch with her to pawn. She had been to other States. HIer husband had made threats to her. To Mr. Fogarty: Herl husband had given her as much as £4. , ' Ju Jou ;now it co8t your Iusband nearly £60 to try-and flndyou?-It was his own fault. You are a great believer in spiritual ism?-1 have been to a medium. Have they advised you to leave your husband?-No. You know he has a house nicely furnished, and has asked you to come back?-Yes, but it is the same every time. Complainant added that her hus band a...
Smoke Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 July 1914
Smoke Concert. The annual smoke concert in con nection with the Malvern Lodge of the Grand United Order of Oddfellows was held at the Tivoli Hall, Malvern, on Monday, when everything of the best was provided in refreshments. A splendid programme was also given by: -. Messrs. Bainbridge, C. Palmer, I-Head, Williams, Stewart and Towns end, and Bros. Hines, Roberts, T. W. Kendall and G. IReeves. Dr. Leon Jona presided, and Dr. Wishart acted as vice-chairman. Mr. A. Townsend ac companied all the songs in his usual able manner. During the evening all the new brethren were presented with certificates. Competitions were held during the year in cards, qluoits and shooting, and Dr. Jona presented the prizes to the following brethren: Bro. F. Barnard-Two silver frames and two rose bowls, for the best averages in everything. Bro. J. King-1ist quoits and 2nd shooting-Gent.'s umbrella and hand some clock and pair of vases. Bro J. Akehust-1st shooting Handsome pair of vases; also for acting secre...
Junior Football. Bayviews v. Chomleys. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 July 1914
Junior Football. Bayviews v. Ohomleys. The above match was played on the latter's ground, and was very disappointing to the large number present, the Chomleys winning easily, the scores being 9.10 to 4.13. Both teams had trained hard for the match, and the Chomleys, under the care of the well known trainer, Mr P. Farmer, were in the beat of form, and played a fast and olever game. The Bayviews had the advantage of the wind first quarter, but could not score well, only getting five points against the Chomleys' I goal 2 behinds, From the beginning of .the second quarter the Chomleys took command, and ran out winners with 27 points to spare, as the scores above show. All on the winning side played well, but Smith, Mar shall and Leishman, whose kioking In was a treat to see, deserve special mention. Supporters of the club were pleased to see their vice-captain E. Jacobs) at the match, and hope to see him in the old colors again this season. (To day Chomlcys play St. Kilda Rovers at St. ...
Council again discusses Town Hall Site. "As you were" Policy Continued. Proposal by Cr. Scott. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 July 1914
.Council again discusses Town Hall Site. " As you ware " Policy Con tinued. Proposal by Cr. Scott. The'. Finance Committee of the Prahran Council on Monday evening --recommended -Thalt an i architectl be engaged to drav pili plans and specifications for the restoration. of the city hail and the ebuiiding of of ices; etc. in accor n incp isitli the draft sclieme of the 3rd Marc .1913." Cr Nicolsoi 9 loved the adoption of the recodimenidation. The remodelling of the present buildings would suit the requiirements of the next 50 years. Cr Ci.hambersseconded the motion. GCraScott said it would be a retro grade nmovement to remodel the pre sent municipal buildings. He was in favour of a site at the corner of Grattail and Izett-streets, facing Com nerciai-road. The frontage would be 212ft., with a depth of 550ft to the Big Store.. This site had three streets close by, and was within 400 yards of the Prahran railway station, and one -of the miain entrances to the city. It llad been said tha...
Difficulty on a Matter of Nomiuation. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 July 1914
Difficulty on a Matte of Nomiuation. Prahran Council had some diffi culty on Monday evening in fixing upon a representative for the Board of Management of the Infectious Diseases Hospital. There was quite a long discussion over the piece of business, and at times it was serious, humorous, oynical and cantankeroust but withal there was a touch of homeliness about the whole thing that made it hard for one to restrain from laughter. It was a wet night without, and a chilly night within. The electria radiators were sending farth as much heat and brightness as they could command. Councillors, as if by unanimous accord, left their accustomed seats, and for the greater part sat round the centre table, as if one of them, more hospitable than the rest, had invited them all to tea. Cr Chambers was nominated as the council's representative on the Hospital board. Then the fun be gan. Cr Chambers rose with wrath and indignation. He said that if the council elected him he would not guarantee that...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 July 1914
DON'T PAY RENT! ,^, Be Your Own Landlord. £50 Deposit will Secure You a Home. Balance of Purchase Money accepted as RENT, from 15s Weekly, INCLUDING Principal and Interest. LOOK! - - This is only one of many. O^ U^T H ARc A lose to Chapel Street Tram and Train, First-Class Working Man's Home, Containing Five Rooms and Conveniences, £50Deposit, 15/- weekly. (Equal to an ordinary Rental Only.) D I > . 0. 1 ' , ..'^ :- ,- ;.. -. | ^ ' . " "f ^ . : " " '- " ":' " "2' Auctioneer and Estate Agents, EJ. F TER, Sworn Valuator. 'PHONE, 111 Windsor. ARTHUR WHITFORD, Auctioneer. l URSTTURk S .lES conducted at OUr Rooms - ..- .- __-.;ve , . U.da 2 -Y::.-.:: ...-. -. Al Carriers know u
Theft from the Chas. M. Read Stores. WOMAN FINED £10 OR TWO MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 July 1914
Theft from the Chas. M. Read Stores. WOMAN FINED £10 OR TWO MONTHS. At the Prahran Court on Thurs day, before Mr G. R.ad Murphy, P.M, Captain Russell, and Messrs Wallis and G. N. Heyward, J.'sP., a woman named Essie Raymond was charged with stealing a lady's hand bag, value 2/11, the property of the Charles M. Read Stores, Chapel street, on Friday, July 10. Accused said she would plead guilty to having had her hand on the bag, but not with the intention of taking it away. The Police Magistrate-If you only put your finger tips on it it is larceny. Charles T. Jordan, superintendent of the Charles M. Read Stores, stated that on July 10, at 6.30 p.m., there were a number of ladies' hand bags displayed on a counter. He iaw accused walk towards the counter, look round, grab the bag produced, and then make for the door. He followed her, and asked her where she got the bag. She appeared very oonfusedirand offered to pay for the bag. Witness rang up for the po'ice. Constable Waters gave evid...
Football. ST. KILDA V. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 July 1914
Football. ST. KILDA V. MELBOURNE The seasiders' win against Mel bourne on Saturday last on the Mel bourne Cricket Ground was the means of sending them up to fourth place on the premiership'list. Geelong and Col lingwood are equal with them as far as I points are concerned, but have in ferior averages, and Essendon are only two points behind the'. three. r teams named. St. Kilda's next four matches are against Soutlsielbooirn and Fitzroy on their onii 1groiund 'and p Coliiingw old and; Gc0nas asay :from home:' a forid'ible quartet aid tak ing eveyvthing into consideration, e think it will take them all theirtitue to get into the' final four n forn everybody, expected that Soiutth Mel aourne waould defeat Carlton, ald Fitz roy wnould -doss Coiling" ood last Saturday, buti the unexpected . hlip p ened, whlici was detrimental to St. f Kildn'a ciane In the match agaii st Melblourne the B ground was very, heatv, and there iwas a a strong ssindlbInini g almost tacross a the ground, slilcli...
Wedding. Halls—Miller. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 July 1914
Wedding. Halls-Miller. A pretty wedding was celebrated at the Hawksburn Presbyterian Church on Tuesday, June 30th, the bridegroom being Mr. William Halls, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Halls, of Fairfield Park, and the bride, Miss Emily Beatrice Miller, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Miller, of "Leura," Davis-avenue, South Yarra. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. S. Ronald. Mr. Davis was in charge of the organ. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore an exceedingly pretty gown of ivory duchess satin, with tunic of point lace, the corsage being inlet with point lace; a court train hung from the shoulders lined with tulle, and flnished with sprays of orange blossom. A veil and wreath of orange blossom was also worn, and she carried a small bouquet of white rosebuds and maiden hair fern. The bridesmaids (all cousins of bride) were Miss Amy Lesels, in pale blue messaline, tunic of ninon, tulle cap to match, and carried a shower bouquet of pink roses, violets, and autu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 July 1914
AN OLD NURSE FORi CHILDUEUlN. "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething. Should always be Sused for Children while Teething. It Soothes the Child, Softens the Gums. Allays all Pain, Cures Wind Colic, and is the Best Remedy for Diarrhoea. Directions for Using Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup.-For a child under one month old, 6 to 10 drops; three months old, half a teaspoonful; si months old and upwards, a teaspoon ful three or four times a day. For Diarrhoea, repeat the above dose every two hours, until the character of the discharges ip changed for the better. Sold Elrtywbhere. DEAFNESS. NOISES IN THE HEAD. Ac.. positively cured by Har ley's Ear Lotion. This new Remedy goes right to the actual seat of the disease, and has effected such remark. able cures that the greatest hope is held out to all sufferers, no matter how bad or long-standing the case may be. ONE BOTTLE WILL CURE any ordinary case, and will be sent securely packed and post-paid, with full directions and testim...
Prahran Creche Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 July 1914
Prahran Creche Bazaar. A bazaar is to be held on October 3rd next, at ' Sandhurst," Princes street, Prahran, in aid of the local Creche, and already a committee is making arrangements so that the sale will be a very successful one. Mrs Morris is treasurer, Mrs Lloyd is secretary, and Miss Findlay is the principal organiser. The committee is a large one. Furbher particulars will be published later. In connec tion with the bazaar, a very pleasant social was held on Saturday evening at " Sandhurst,'" Princes street, Miss Findlay's residence.
Prahran Technical School. COUNCIL RECOMMENDS A CONTRIBUTION OF £300. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 July 1914
Prahran Technical School. COUNCIL RECOMMENDS A CONTRIBUTION OF £300. The finance committee of the Prahran Council brought up the fol lowing recommendation on Monday evening: SThat a sum not exceeding 4300 be recommended to be placed on the estimates of expenditure for 1914-16 towards the maintenance of a Tech nical School to be erected in High street, Prahran." Cr Nicolson moved the adoption of the clause, The Technical School was going to be one of the best assets they had in Prahran. The estimated income was £1400 per annum, and the expenditure (in terest and sinking fund) £1700 per annum. The Government would supply the teaching staff. It was proposed to borrow £17,000 to build the school. The motion was carried. The Richmond Council wrote asking to be supplied with informa tion as to what inducements the Council had given the Government to influence the latter to give finan cial assistance to the proposed Technical School. It was decided to supply the in formation asked for.
Motor Traffic. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 July 1914
Motor Traffic. At the St. Kilda Court on Tuesday, before the Mayor (Cr. O'Donnell) and Messrs. Levi and Smithwick, J's.P., Thomas William Cullis, boot opera tive, Abbotsford, was charged with having injured a person whilst riding a n!otor' cycle on June 28, and not leaving his name and address with the person injured; with driving in a manner dangerous to the public, and with not carrying a sounding instru ment to:give warnifg of his approach. Sub-inspector *-Westcott conducted the prosecution, and. Mr. R. L. Cross appeared for the defence. Augusta Tottem, married woman, of 49ANeville-street, Albert Park, stated thlat at 2 minutes past 3 o'clock she was-riding up Wellington-street to wards Chapel-street, on the dummy of a tram. She alighted, and walked round in front of the dummy, to get into Crimea-street, and as she did so she was knocked down by the motor cycle driven by defendant. By the accident a large piece of flesh had been torn out of her thigh. She had heard no horn sounde...