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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

SFRASER and MORPHET for Good Printing. i ;?tbourne Street, Windsor, READ'S SALE now on. Chapel Street, Prahran. CITY OF PRAHRAN City Hall, recently damaged by fire. AN OLD NURSE FOB CHILDREN. "Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething Should always be used for ( hildren while leething, It Sotthes the Child, Softens the Gums. Allays all Pain, Cures Wind Colic and is the Best Remedy for Diarrhoea. Directions for Using Mrs Winelow's toothing dyrup. For a child under one month old, 6 to 10 drops; three months old, half a teaspoonful; six months old and upwards, a teaspoonful three or four times a day. For Diarrhoea, repeat the above dose every two hours, until the character of the discharges is changed for the better. Stld Everywhere. LINoEED y Oer OMsD: pnche :'tecbpart Remedy foroughs and colds of 40 year's proven ellicacy. FRASEIR - MORPHET S FOR GOOD PRINTING

Publication Title: Prahran Chronicle
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THE SEWING-MACHINE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

THE SEWING-MACHINE STORY. -+ That common and useful household article, the sewing-ma;hine, has only been in practical use some sixty six years. Long hefor'e, that, tow ever, the foundatibns ol the machine we use now were laid. As far back as 1755, a double pointed needle, with an eye in the centre was invefited, and later--ir 1790-a man named Thomas Saint de iscd a machine for stitching, quilt ing, or sewdin leather. In 1830, a Fren:hman invented a machine which he used in his tailor ing business, but it was wrecked, owihg to the dislike of an ignorant crowd. SSixteen years later the machine upon which all sewing-machines are now based was constructed. Elias Howe, an Amcrican, was the inventor. The improvement in his machine lay in the intro-uction of the curved eye-pointed needle and the Sunder-thread shuttle. .Up to the time of his death-in 1867-Howe received over £400,000 in royalties.

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Our Tree-Dwelling Ancestors. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

Our Tree-Dwelling An S cestors. If the il?Pes of thlousands of ger?e: rations ago hadl tfound themselves nible to :hold their own with" the S other ;nnimnls.-ianid not ttaken to the .trees thle' liuman:riace as it is to day vouild I?0iot .exist ?I: Such is th1 e dict?m of n:o less aidi 'itiori t-thani Proftesoi fG 1"E" Smintith th"e?li,' I mates? as oilr iancestirs ale taIlled, it.: first: were ' a -;'verv'÷ s[mall ai?d -humnible: folk it seem~s, ?vho led Ci: quite.. unobtriusive aind :sinfe life iin the branches: of trees; thikii ig .sm-ll . part in. the :fierce cdolilietilt on for :. size - nd nsipre'macy- ti t wv heiiig wiaged "up onithe ear?th beneith :themn" lit all the time they -ire cul tiv'ti ing that 'equable developnmeiit cf all. their'-- senses :'and limiibsi:nd that spieci'al" deveiopment of thenior e'.in tellectually ii~iefl faculties of the mnind Which, ini the long ·`runii cre tog:make them the !pirogenitors.: of the .:dominahnt ma::miiiinal-the - in?t omnI which was ...

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ST. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20. Before the Mayor (Cr. O'Donnell), and Messrs. Willis, Jacoby and Pittard, J's.P. MOTOR TRAFFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

S.sT. KILDA COURT. TUESDAY; JANUARY 20. Before the Mayor (Cr. O'Donnell), and Messrs. Willis, Jacoby and Pit tard, J'sP. . ? iMOTOR TRAHFIIC. :S. :.Rosen: was charged with; allow g his motlio, cycle to'I enit too much :nooise:i wllen ipassing a place of divine s?rvice oii :arecent Suuinday. :;; - Se nior'Ckonistable lot r-ie .:gave -evi dence for t~hef posetution - DelifendIat elxpr esed the opinion rlvit hethadbelen burned for a noise .et'-lhmpsonp as charged with faviiiing- -driv?i -a -vehicle- ¢and? two firses' th:lio-'ih rong tack in .St. oN sIib?e. Hrdiiir statedmmote defer :''5~ fine ~of 10/ wbas :inipoj sedi . :. I'usb?ni d , C?Chli-- i aais- dinig to show ai wh e shoi d not be- im isoned for non-payment of arrears of alitiena ?e,; amottiiting to £26 o.f - ai".?teaecldid iiot :appear. 14f:ci5ici e; efmade aln.iorder that de feiidant be }5imprisoned until the arrears wse paid iith i£2/4/6 costs. SBUILDERS AT VTARIANCE. Ci S :ampbtell: summnoned G. S. Coop:r o- two c0hairges of...

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Eagle Armies in the Air. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

Eagle Armies in the Air. The problem of how to combat airships is one which nations are very much concerned about at the moment, and it is no exaggerationi to say that a fortune awaits the man who can invent a really effe- tive'. weapon with which armies .will be able to cope with this 'itie,, force in warf-are Tn the meant imi some Trench ?I.rm oflicers, who cer- tainilv cannit:: be acciused fof lacki of o,-iginmlitt. ha e been coinducting' exilriments wmith -ta view to pt:pv' ;igi hdiat v cgi es can- be trained to:. ilestroav air fleets:'. .The idea was :first suggested to. tlheimi b3' the traigic fate: of the late Galbraith :.:Rogers, a. very brillianiit aviator, : whb·o is said to have met his death:- because a. seagull " acciderit aily:flew against him and disturl ed his conxtrol of his machine ; and: it has beeim subsequently proved that a very slight injury to tihe driver of an aeroplane will destroy his equilibrium and send him top pling to the earth. If,. argued the French ...

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Malvern. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

Malvern. . . "During:the 'rholid ; o.season ::Kal- . 'erni :hasbeen, ais iisual, thei centre of attractioni for thoutisaids of people wvh o--?:.p refer :: the ( qiet 'andii'. i lestfuF ( shfade of the gardens and reserv~es:in sea be'ic:.beaehes.:,Thegardens and re serves arei'undouStedly Iookiiignre -iarkably 1vel, and the keein.appre eatiaon ?plo c iiibi sohow6tn b ivisit0ors is,. at? any rate, som alknowvledgemenit ofthe good- work wilic is being ac compaished: The hrailv?-ri3 regrading wvorks are proceeding"i:a i?e? hiut it wvill be some time :befbre the :ivork: is completed. The outc·r thifat was.?'' raised by some in Malvern- wfven the trams were originally proposed; thaii it would injuriously effect business in this residential area. arid diive all trade to Pirahran, his" never. been confirmed, but on the otheir lauid, business has materially improved. As an evidence of this, one has only to note the new ,buildings which have been erected since the inauguration of the trams to...

Publication Title: Prahran Chronicle
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CURIOUS MISNOMERS. THE ART OF CALLING THINGS WHAT THEY ARE NOT. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

CURIOUS M~I?S?OMEERS. -+- THE ART OF CALLING THINGS - WHAT THEY ARE NOT. . Many names in common use are rather interest;ng byl reason of the fact that they are wrongly applied or in some cases curiolsly applied, and so they frequently Ira e an im ire~a~sion on the mind: somewhat dif ferent from: what .the article denoted really is.:, Appended: will be found a few of those curious.misnomers : Iid Gloves.-The ratecral used in the manufacture of th se .gloves is seldom kid skin, but gecn erally sheep skin. There.is-. also lhe: so-called "dog-skin".- glove, .which. is. really made from..:the skinl of the Cape sheep.. ..: : Native Oysters.--Stran-e. toi say, this is hle name emploj:ed .to denote oysters .uhich are reareld rtificially. I hey are much superior to naturally gro.:n oysters. : - . Sealing Wax, conain. a:solutely no wax Iwhatever, bult is made up of. a mixture i of. ..Orange Shellac,- Veni:e turpentine and ,ermilion ,.._ Turkish .Baths.-iThese are 'neither Turiish:. n or iare ...

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OLD TIMES, OLD FRIENDS, OLD LOVES. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

OLD TIbiES, OLD FRJIEtD3, OLD LOVES. (By Mrs. J. T. Pon.aklawa.). There are no (l days: likeOe th 0od .o old days, .. 1 he day when we Were youthfuli-. P.h n humankind wera. pure::ofi min 1 ' nd speech and deeds aw re truthfaul, Defore a love for sordid gold:- :.: Became man's rul n assn " And before each dame ardid e came Slave to the tyrat alihio There are-no girls lise th good. oall. girls 4gainst the .worldi'd ste 'em. As blixom and- smart ·aid iclean- of heart, Oc As . the:: Lord .I.fnee.: ovi ;o ic" e em. They were rich. in spirit and: coinmon sense.. And piety all.suplortin':: They could bake and birew, nd la Ih taught school, too, And they make such likely roil;t in'. There are no boys like the goodi! old boys, When we were boys togelher,'i Wheq the gras was '.:sweetito the brown bare feet That dimpled the laughiung:h*aI.her, When pewee sang to th suinnmer dawn Or the bees in th' biilovy clover Or down to the mill the, whip-poor will Echoed his night song over; . There is no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

a LYRIC Theatre, ESPLANADE, ST. KILDA. !C he Butterflies EVERY EVENING, Wet or Fine. At 8.30. I STAR PICTURES INCLUDING THE LYRIC GAZETTE. At 8 pm. ?i~i Prices, 2/., 1/6, 1/-and Gd. Box Plan at Allan's, and Solomon's, Grey Street. TELEPHOME 3464 Windsor. St. Kilda Beach. BE SURE AND SEE THE ;j Every Evening 31b#i~ at 8.30. Programmes always Entertaining. ,. WILL, and ROB. THOIAS. GooI and Artistic Printing At Chronicle Office. i 'PRAHRAN'S PALATIAL PLAYHOUSE' - THE - LYRIC T. atre, Chape! Srcc . Prlraha. Victoria's First Theatre in .11elbourh e e Suburbs. - ke nwsc Mllgnfliicetly a ppointed Theate in Victoria. Natunra ly IHettd on C.o,' Nights ('ool and Io anfrtahbl in fin' Weather LATEST ATTRACTIONS (For the Week commencing MONDAY, 26th JANUARY). Special Engagement of the celebrated actor, Mr. ROY REDGRAVE, Who will recite Eliot Beer's beautiful poem. " The Picket Guard, ' with full Orchestral Accompaniment. prior to the screening of that great Photo play of the American Civil War,...

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SIMPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

SIMPLE. An 6outspoken doctor, who in- a mihin;g village had been callcdsin to her child by a miner's \ifes-of no toriouisly dirty habits. : After inspecting the ch ld, the doc tor coughed an' loo l d I:ardi ht the woman, whereupon the following brief conversation en ucd : Mother: "'Well, db-tor, you haven'at said what I am to do." Dioctor (emphatically) : ''Wash his~ face." Mother: "Then what next, doc tor ?" Doctor (sternly, as he walked to the door) : "Then wash your own." Ono of the managers of a hospital as:ked an Irish nurse n hich he con sidered the most daengerous of the many cases then in the hospital. "'That, sur," said Patrick, as he pointed te a case of surgical in struments ving on the table.

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AMUSEMENTS THE CASINO. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

AMUSEMENTS THE CASINO. Much interest is still centred on the Daylight Pictures exhibited day and evening at the Casino on the Lower Esplinade, where very fine pictures have been screened during the week. There have been highly appreciative audiences.> THE BUTTERFLIES. Enthusiastic audiences gather nightly at the Lyric on the Espla nade, St. Kilda. The members of the company are to be complim:nted on ,he way they each contribute to - the attractive programmes that are provided. THE DANDIES. At tihe Dandies, St. Kilda, Mr Oliver Peacock's excellently rendered song, " A Glance," written by Clifton Boanies, proved a great success, as also did other items in a well selected programme. Miss Irene Vers and Mr George Morgan introduced some new steps into their tango dance. Mr George Dampier had to respond to encores, and among the others de serving of special mention are Messrs Wood and Griffiths and Misses Lane and Ward. THE DAFFODILS. The popularity of the Daffodils, under the able man...

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FEATHERED PRIMA DONNAS. A SHORT CHAT WITH BIRDS' MUSIC TEACHER. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

FEATHERED PRIMA DONNAS. A SHORT CHAT WITH BIRDS' MUSIC TEACHER. He was quite an old man, with silver-grey hair, but he.had the kind liest smile you could imagine, and his eyes sparkled with the joy of life. "You want to know how I train my birds to sing ?" he said, in reply to a question. :"The chief thing is to make the birds as much at home as possible, until they begin to recognise you. You will be surprised how putting them in a tiny cage and not feed in them properly takes all the sing, as it were, out of theni." There were cages cverywhsere, small and large, and each'cage had its oc cupant, or occupants. Canaries, hull finches, parrots, and larks were the chief varieties. "They all want looking after in dif ferent ways," continued the old bird-trainer. "'The way to teach canaries to sing is not the way to teach bull-finches, for instance, When a bird has settled down, and begun to know me and my assistants, I take it ihto a separate room to teach them by means of a machine, th...

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Yachting. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

Yachting. T he Royal Yacht Club of Victoria hleld:the first races of the season for m netre, 6 metre anid 21ft 6in. class ,oats on Saturdayl'ast. ThIe veathler ,as perfect for ?cilit rtcin~g, and the io'ews illhliad ail enjoyable after oons spoi?t, return? ng- "like lions ~re fresliehd.e?hire w-ere ifive starters r he 9 ?metre: rae w;vhicljh, was easily? won- by Mr Ludas "Thlera," witli 'Parinagii"''-ad "Tuira" -in the llaces" "Sireii' aiid 1.-tLlen"' retired. Se en btsi?started for0 the 22ft. restrite la "Eric" 'turiing lp the winnerivwith Iancy" s-econd, Lind "Valkyri " third1 ?3l?. three starters: came ilodig: for ile 21ft 6iin class and lifer g good ;cc the N noi:: bteal-?,i t Idlei ?-' by a tW sccon-d, 2witl' t-the' ¶ij," last. IThlugs arc progressiln favorably foi tlie .??i'rthcbte' Cu:up race to be ueldf in Sydney liabor on. February Bti;- tli ':a-id 9th I: illara' is' 'to be sailed ky? Mr 'i e P-irker, with Mlessrs. V: JDougla. Chalimers fii? ?W 'niiiiis. ior ?"?i re~ ;and.w...

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RAISING POTATOES WITHOUT A GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

RAISING POTATOES WITHOUI A GARDEN. An ingenious individual abroad has devised a scheme for anybody without a garden or time to carry on a garden to raise his own new potatoes and get them early. Before the frost is out of the ground in the spring he prepares three hundred boxes each about two feet high and a foot wide without bottoms to them. He takes a large box ten by eight feet and places it in his cellar. He puts into this box two rbushels of potatoes, and covers them with straw and leaves them there for three weeks. :As soon as there is no further risk of frost, he takes his potatoes out, which meantime have sprouted, and placing the individual boxes along in a row on the ground, preferably in a sunny place, he puts into each of them two potatoes and covers them with four inches of straw. He then leaves them until the middle of June, when digging into his boxes, he pulls out new potatoes of good size. One box contains from eight to fif teen of these new potatoes. This method as...

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Love, the Foundation of Christianity. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

Love, the Foundation of Christianity. From "The Parish Supplement." If you consider, the very first emotion that a child feels in itself and the first of which it is conscious in other people is the emotion of love. Instinctively the child turns to its mother for food and warmth and protection, and instinctively the mother turns to her child to foster it with loving care, and gradually, as the child's intelligence grows, it learns to recognise its father, its brothers and sisters, if there are any, and other members of the household, and it extends its love to these too, and looks for a return from them. And this mutual love is so essential -not merely to the existence and well-being of any particular child, but also to the preservation of the whole human race-that there is nobody in the world who has not experienced it, more or less. It is primary, necessary, universal. Christianity has seized on this universal instinct, and used it as the foundation of a religion which appeals to ...

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CRICKET. PRAHRAN V. NORTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

URIOKkIT. PRAHRAN V. NORTH-.i MEL BOURNEi:. After their long spell oli account of the:: initerstate matches, senior cricketers continued ' their:" penfialit matches on Saturday last. TIhe albov~e match was comnmenced before thie holidays, when North ·Melbourne, batting first, compiled the spledidi score of 379 runs for the loss of only two wickets. Before...play com menced North Melbourne closed their innings with the hope of get ting Prahran out twice, which was very remote indeed. As it was, they only managed to get them out once, and even then they did not have nluch time to spare. l'rahrai made 295, which was their best performance this season, S. Stephens made 93 not out in fault less style, and G. Rogers ·76, and C. Cusdin 69, were both first-irate ex hibitions of batti-ig.. ST. KILDA V. UN1VE1RS1TY. Oni the first Saturday :.the latter team had collapsed for 137, and St. Kilda had made 115 for .the loss of three wickets, so the result was a foregone conclusion. From the out se...

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Fellowship. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

Fellowship. When a man ain't got a cent, And he's feeling kind of blue, And the clouds hang dark and heavy An' won't let the sunshine through; It's a great thing, O my brethren, For a feller just to lay His hand upon your shoulder In a friendly sort of way. It makes a man feel queerish, It makes the tear-drops start, An' you sort o' feel a flutter In the region of the heart; You can't look up and meet his eyes, You don't know wvhat to say, When his hand is on your shoulder In a friendly sort of way. 0, the world's a curious compound, With its honey and its gall, With its care and bitter curses, But a good world after all; And a good God must have made it, Leastways that is what I say When a hand is on my shoulder In a friendly sort of way.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

FOR ~ Birthday & Wedding Presents You have the Widest Selection at - PHILLIPS' JEWELLERY CORNER >oo< I fail tfail Dont? _?Do not to _ to Call and See ....... . 5. Call and See our t ~ our New New Shop. S Nihop. :I -t;; i CHAPEL and GREEN STREETS, WINDSOR. Call and see our show of Jewrllery anl Electro Plate and compare • Prices with any other House in Melbourne. Und JO H N RO SIER Foot Specialist, Chiropodist P",erfeFeet Vice-Regal preserved in P.tioag. JOHN RO I , and Surgical Bootmaker, theirPis"t: Patronage. EBeauty. The Human Foot Treated on only Scientific and Natural Process. Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing Suffering Relieved while maintaining the Shape and hiding Deformity Toe Nails Treated with and Malformation. See Testimonial. Proof Undoubted Utmost Safety and the Most TEL. 4888. Orthopaedic Institute-246 SWANSTON ST.. Library Side Delicate Touch. LEEMING'S BOOTSI 215 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN, Near New Empress Theatre. The Store where you will get what you re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

C, s / i' nmad "~ Asasw e. ST~q D & EW· Auction Sales of Furniture and Property a specialty. DCKENSON & FORSTER (E' J.: Fqrster, Sworn Valuator). _ Auctioneer & Estate Agents Rents Collected. Insurances Effected. - .... Loans Negotiated.: Only Address-. 110 CHAPEL STREET. ~LTEL.: WINDSOR 111. +. . +] ? i;+..+.:-w,. .-+.,, I?:..?I IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. JOHN A. REID Baker & Pastrycook, Begs to notify tihe Residents of St. Kilda and District :that- hl? has? UOpened in Busicess at - .. 111 .. Brighton Road, St. Kilda, ...AS... LIIHT LUNCHEON AND TEA ROOMS. S- o--o All Kinds High class Pastry and Cakes of Choicest Quality. Picnics and Parties Supplied. The favour of your Pitronage Respectfully Solicited. lg0 L. LaUU111, Barrister and Solicitor, 161- Greville Street, Prahran 4?nnounces that he has purchased the praotice of Mr. W. E. BRUNT, and may be consulted at the above address Trust Moneys to Lend. --_ R. W. Kingham, GENERAL BOOKBINDER, Binder to the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 24 January 1914

ANA DA Y, 26th Jan. 1914 Lockwood state, --BELGRAVE. HALF TO IO-ACRE BLOCKS. . :With FRONTAGES to the MONBULK CREEK A TERMS from £2 Deposit. £1 monthly. No Interest. MIagnificent Creek Frontages. Estate only 15 mins. walk from Station. Coaches and Refreshments Provided Free on Day of Sale. 20 Acre Block of Full Bearing Orchard on very Easy Terms 5 per cent. Discount for Cash in One Month. Glorious Views. MARSHALL & LANGRIDGE, Auctioneer and Subdivisional Specialists, 331 Collins Street, melbourne. - :+ : We are Agents for the following Estates: ,:?:-.c "-" FROM PER BLOCK. : PANORAMA - - £15 - M T. DANDENONGi : " : -MT. MORTON - : £20 . ' BELGRAVE : BARROWBY £12 , 'WOORI YALLOCK CLUDEN . I. . . ??78 BRIGHTON NORTH -:i:li:II: BOWEN . `.- . £15 . LOWER FERNTREE GULLY KUMBADA .. £12 UPWEY MOORE /.^ 12 12Os. - -LOWER FERNTREE GULLY.|3 SMAHONY . . £40 . BELGRAVE LOCKWOOD ' Auction, 26th Jan., 1914 . BELGRAVE TA 891 RsUALL L NGRIPE . i Auctioneer Land Agents and Subdivisional Sales...

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