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The Progress of Elwood. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 31 January 1914

The Progress of Elwood. In a little schoolroom, situated on the open plains of Elwood, with the wind from across the adjacent seas whistling merrily through the inter. stices of the windows, the Elwood and South St. Kilda Progress Asso. ciation held its second annual meeting on Tuesday evening. The reader might think to himself that, as it was an annual meeting, the members one and all trumpeted loudly-in an oratorical sense-of the consummation of great achieve ments during the past twelve months. There was nothing of the kind. The members present didn't waste time in throwing bouquets at one another, It was a meeting permeated with modesty. Not a word was said as to what " we" had done in the past, although strong hints were thrown out that, in view of the creation of a foulth ward, in addition to other matters of moment, there was a strenuous time ahead for the Asso. ciation. There was one incident at the meeting that certainly did cause members to smile and feel pleasant with the...

Publication Title: Prahran Chronicle
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A WALTZ WAS WASHED AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 31 January 1914

A WALTZ WAS WASHED AWAY.: The famous German composer. Herr Frariz Lehai: tells of a ialtz he: once` wr.ote on a linen . colla; and 'os .thro igh the ynianuscril'it" being. washled:;' ""i a doo,?sot itdoiin rno try to write waltzes. tOh no th iat ould never do;, sav the Herr. "The melody conics; to. me at all , sorts of odd moerents gien I am out walking or riding, and even sometirhes, when in bed. As riegarnds this liarticlar :tic l Ierr Lehatrws wsm alking in the woods near Isfhil : ihen a delicious waltz melody canie haunting him. It was a broiling hot day, and he had taken off his coll e- for more ease. S'.earcbhnn his pockets for a scrap of paper to jot down the air, he could find hone. and decided on the collar: as a substitute, which served his purpose admirably. A th:nderstorm came on, and he made for home with his coat collar turned up to hide the abscn.ce of the linen . one, which lie placed on his sitting-room table. Some pressing business made him forget it for the rest o...

Publication Title: Prahran Chronicle
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THE SLEEP OF BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 31 January 1914

THE SLEEP OF BIRDS. The gamekeeper perhaps sees more of sleeping birds than most people: and makes many interesting mental notes of the resting habits of crea tures in his woods. He observes that perch-roosting birds always rest with their heads to the wind. If when a high wind is blowing a rook ahights on a home-tree, he swings his head into the wind before settling. So when the wood-pigeons come home with the wind behind them they pass over their roosting trees, then beat up into the wind. This is done to defeat the force of the wind, wlhich might prevent. the bird alighting where desiicdi or might blow -hliimi from his perch..... At. rest, the bird doubles the knees,? as it .. were whi&h causes the toes to contriact, thc weight of the body resting clii3ely oin the breast Wnid on- the- oiitspr'ail wings-not on the eggs, if in a nest. The birds' legs and feet have sinews which work an: automatic locking-: action of the claws, so that- roost ing,. with knees goubled lup, ic ...

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LEFTHANDEDNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 31 January 1914

LEFTHANDEDNFSS. Professor .T. Arthuir rhiom'on-. -i /'Knowledge ," deals with the shbject of lefthiandedness. He- says :The question's :as to :vether :.it.is inherited is stil ldoutt ful. but Jordan has investigated --7S families dealing With three thohsan-l individuals,- and his evidence -goes to: show: that-the trait passe? ? froi father to son. It is supposed that left=lihand dnes', is associated awitl? the greater ide-' Svelopment of the right hemisphere of the. brain. It is, hovever, important to d'istin guish between constitutioniial tcndeney and-'the result of education ;. Thus most parrots receive with the left. foot, but that is because they are ordinarily approached in feeding with the right hand. When the left hand is consistently employed in the feeding, the parrot. responds with its right foot.

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Loyal Canterbury Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 31 January 1914

Loyal Canterbury Cricket Club. I'he ,LoyaL Canterbry Cricket .Club jiorn'eyldrbto' iiiiei'al-dhon. A N.A.' Diay. Owing tothe '-bads state of the w?eather ti?? t :i evailed in the morn iig a ismall number of miembers made the tiip. On 'ariival at Emerald they wieie et byI Mr-1A V. Nobelius, who kiiIndly 'tookthen ai walk through his nutery h.,h re ie has at the present Smii apple trees on hand. ilu piettest iglit of all was the ta i;fierns: and fresh water springs and; 1plumtrees;which :two of the nieiilieus (Idi`Lev Isles and Mr. H. Roberts); havecause to remember. Atter lunicheon, which was kindly supplied? y"Mr? Nobelius the teams met ini'a-friendly criceket match. The Loyal-Canterbury batted first, and iiade 53 A,-ieatty 23, G. S. Jones 9, uller ?:.being} top scorers. K. Nobelius, 2wickets for 0, Greatrex 2 for 6, A. V. Nobelius 4 for 17, bowled well for Emerald. The Emerald then batted, and made 137. W. Hunt 62, Fisher 13, K. Nobe lius 13, Greatrex 13, were the Emiuerald's best ...

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EGG FLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 31 January 1914

EGG FLIP. Beat very thoroughly one egg with a little caster sugar ; add a tea spoonful or so of cold water ; into a 'delicately clean sa'incepan put a wineglassful of sherry wine, a like quantity of water, and a grate of nutmeg ; whn hot, but not qgrite boiling; stir - into the beaten egg. If ..carefully:- done the egg .will not Scurdle. . Serve with toasted bread cut into thin strips.

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Rifle Shooting. NO. 19 UNION.—M.R.C.A. ANNUAL PRIZE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 31 January 1914

Rifle Shooting. NO. 19 UNION.hM.R.C.A. ANNUAL. PRIZE ZIIEET.ING. ,Undr` tryLing: oniiditions tie'' 10,th Annuail Prize Meetigu ol the, M1' L.A. opened on Salturda"-last at fort Mel bouiine.? The weatiier was just about: as .uncoilortable as-it ?uiild be. ,Viti a bitrning s??un ?oveilieiad mand a' hot ;tisty-i north a ind blowinig :louds of duist across the range, whiclh at-oine time codimpletely -idi the tii gets, ita ?as' not exipected ->thit uiimn 'possibles" would be put ipinoi rlwere theretmfiany -onie onl, by IJ: :V iPhillips, of the Cobuirg Cluib. The E-ineraild cracikl woii took the -'doubie oi the Sati?r day ofhlast year's meeting, just iisseit it'. byilia iair's breadth his eiglith shot lading just ouisi tside the covete1i biack circle,? giving?;ihiilm fnid place in : the scratch en?e?d ai:id th: ii Ithe handicap. Mr. Phillips dith 1 ha dicap -gai ing ufirst place iii each hocl me ir gaining pth ices s i ere - W B . - ush M alvern 5th in- laeiaicd ic a?dp£1 cud thinu scr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 31 January 1914

AM MSEP?? ? ORPHET FOR GOOD PRINTING GLOBE DYE WORKS. - :Save the Cost of Winter Outfits by DRY CLEANING or DYEING the Dark Shades now Fashionable. -- Ladies' Costumes Cleaned "- ' fr im ..7... .. :... 5/ THE GLOBEs Ladies' Cos une ed, Sfrom, .. 5;6 --!- - Ladies' Blouses Cleane / from ... .. 1/3 S\Gentlemen's Suits C'eaned from ... 4/ Genth men's Suits Dyed from ... .. 56 Gloves Cleanel Od'rless 3d pr Lace Curtains and other Furnishings Cleaned and Dyed, FUR-i REMODELLED Ostrich Feathers Cleaned and Dyed all the Now and Fashionable Shades. RECEIVING OFFICES: 27 CHAPEL STREET, near Windsor statio ; 156 GREVILLE STREET, , .near Town Hall; TOORAK ROAD, two doors -outh Yarra Station; ILENFERRIE R.D, Malwvrn. High St, WINDSOR, I doer from Chapel 3t. TEL. 1706 WINSDOh. Works -4o, 43, 44 Ellis St., S. Yarra, offChapel -t. hone 1755, Windsor Ex. SAW AND MOULDING MILLS, DUKE STREET, WINDSOR, Op,. FALLON'S, Drapers, Chapel Street. Wm. Marsh & Sons BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS. LIME. MAN ...

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Bazaar in aid of Alfred Hospital. BRIDGE AND EUCHRE PARTY. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 31 January 1914

Bazaar in aid of Alfred Hospital.. BItII)GE AND EUCHRE PARTY. In connection with the effort that is being made in Prabran to raise funds (£1000 it is hoped), on behalf of the Alfred Hospital, by means ofa bazaar, to be held in April next, and which has been initiated by the Mayor (Cr. Willis), a bridge and euchre party to help on the cause is to be held at Rippon Lea (by the kind permission of Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Nathan) on Satur day evening, Febiuary 14. There will also be a programme of dances, and the price of tickets has been fixed at 2/6 each. Mrs. Young, the bazaar secretary, is taking a prominent part in the movement, and as the evening should prove enjoyable from a social point of view, there should be a large attendance.

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AMONG THE ESKIMOS. DESCENDENTS OF A PRE-HISTORIC RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 31 January 1914

AMONG THE ESKIMOS. . DESCENDENTS OF A PRE-HIB TORIC RACE. Dr. S. K. Hutton has given us a sympathetic account of a people liv ing in close touch with Nature .in his interesting book, 'Among the Eski mos of Labrador. Professor Sollas tells us that these Eskimos are the modern, though degenerate, represcn tatives of the pre-historic Magda lenian folk, who lived -wandered, and worked in Europe- during the last glacial - epoch, and wihose im plements: drawings, ant cari:in~s, re covered to-day in caves, bear witness to their : artistic ideas and powers of expression. With the retreat of the ice northwards there followed ne cessarily the retreat of these Magda lenians, who live again in .the Eski mos. Dr.- Hutton emphasises. the. import ance of iecognising that the Estimo teimplieraminent and native genius de pendl:' for their very existence on a i'gid adherence to the special en vironmcent and ancient traditions of the race : ' The life of a hunter is the ideal life for an Eskimo. -It i...

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Yachting. NORTHCOTE CUT. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 31 January 1914

Yachting. i: NORTHCOTL C.iUP. . The intei est of yachtsmen is all aglo in "the Noi tlicote Cup i ace, which is to be sauled in Sydney next mnonth.:_a _ Athc the--rooms--of-thed ; Ro3al =eYacht; Club Collins-stieet on Tuesday even ilg, a gathering took: place to wish .boo o to- he crew- ot Rip, one of the ,V ictori'n :challengersi for. the Nortlicote'Cup. gi At. the cill. of, Coisznodoi:: ae urch. North cote healt lof p irel waseiitosias ticarl.ioiiaorad rTheir e i ei a.. Mri. C. =Beauiclianiip (skipper), en~d Messis. to- ahe ?rew of the Riph'lave great coii oienceN of;: bringsng .,the.,r Co;p hack to StrKilda g lob is 'lso iout ahter n te ortiscote CiiiC- whichN-they hope to secure bd the in 'of ? dillaras . On riiesday evening at the club house and i:t tli' ivit tioi" ot Cor i niodore 1Maisil[ siiccess «is driind to iahe Kiliararand .Wier crer' .rTe skipeiJd ,Mi: 'r" ),-- Parker forward hand, Mr. M 1-Cialiedrs, main sheet, MrJ A . Dougla' Thei owner is Mr. C> Hack.The lKillara i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 31 January 1914

FRASER and MORPHET for Good Printing Easthourne Street, Windsor. R EAD'S SALE nwon. r - Chapel Street, Prahran. CITY OF oS - O F! == ?]PRAHRAN - Wrought Iron .Entrance Gate, Prahran Gardens. I r.,iliIi4'~J 4rý~*** ý{{ , u 4 I Y O LINSEED COMPOUNP.' Tho stockport Remedy for coughs and colds of 40 year's proven efficacy. AN OLD NURSE FOR filll.ilRKN. "Mrs WVins'ow'e oothing Syrup for Children Tee hing. Shonld always hie used for hildren whiirr T'rething. It Soithoe the hill, Softens the Gums Allays all Pain fures Wind Colic and is the Best Remedy for Diarrhoea. Direction- fo, Using Mrs Winslow's "'oo hing Syrup.-For a child u der one nmoaulh old. ii to 10 drops; three months old, half a teaspoonful; six monthis o d and upwards, a teaspoonful three or four limes a ti;i For Diarrhoea, repeat the sh vc duse 'try tin hours. until lih' charac:er of the discharices is changed for the better. Sold Eterywhere. LINSEED COMPOUND ror Ioughs and colds. Of proven efioienoy fcr chest complaints. Fr...

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Home of Picture Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 31 January 1914

Home of Picture Shows -+ Los Angeles, Cal., as is well ,lown, is'the hovme of picture-show productions, and I had been trying for sonmc tlii to ohltain a situa lio; tlierc. Tihe other night, while riding out on the car. "-] met one_ of their niumerous agents, and he in informed .oe. lie was seekinig about 10 imen to act in a inilitary scene on the J-ll iwvingld-iy. : promptly said.. ""Plt ,ny naI i "dlown." "Know anything about it ?" he asked:. "Hathor !" I replied, so I was told to pr.-sent myiself at 8.30 on the following -mnorning. Tlhlninext morning I went across So hli, olffice at the appointed time, andI was told to cu?oie alt. 12.30. .l. 9 n.m. the w ll d -le -sohliliers be aun lo roll up , -stout men, thin mn, all kinds andl eoiiditions of nne~u A t 15.30 I again strolled across amil was told to diess at once, as all was reaidy to begin thie play Witlli the others 1 went iiup to the dri-ssing-roomi and chose a uiilifortii from out of the lhundred availablel The one I chose h...

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CRICKET. PRAHRAN V. EAST MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 31 January 1914

uI-CKET. PRAI-RAN V. EAST'' MELIBOURNE. This nmitch was commenced at Toorak Park on Saturday last. East Melbourne won the tofs and batted. They kept lpossession of the wickets the.?whole afternoonil, the score at the ed of the da"y Ieiig 234 i'tiruns or the loss :o -eight- Wiciets i. it.as practi= all' i two-mani s.?corie, ais with the ex ception 0.1of. Sells'z wl?ho.nade. 04: not; out1. ani Is ~t? C?iroll; ir6 none of the o?tliers' iia iaged -ik in- make? ii stanid .agaiisl, tihe Prahtr in :howlers. lhe Sitclh i was cointinuied onnMndayd? .East Meiboninc cairrig. their score to 243. The wiicket was darep iid ldificult after" thle heiavy raiin "oi-: Sun da. Prahran's chlutee :of wifinig- was i'acticall liopeless. They manide scores of 3oS an?fd ,83 for the loss of. eight - wickets,''Eaest `Melbourno "winning' the match by 135: runs oin the first innings. The only ipla3 ers on the hoime side to nake ainy stin?id at all wei.e Rogers;. 21 iIn thehtirst innings, aiid Bowdei 927in the se...

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New Discoveries All Over the Earth. WHY ICEBERGS BECOME MORE DANGEROUS AS THEY MELT. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 31 January 1914

N-w Discoveries All Over / the Earth. HY ICEIIERGS BECOME :1 I " .\N1 iiROUS AS"'TFTIaY.MItI1I0. Icelbergs, which halve ;ialeysi r oed of inteirest to the piililie;, were stiil iled ( ith great; er. c';cire itftei' the :Ti-i t unic ilisaster, ',,nti iiiis liintetestitlg? things" :about; tleiis n:- ot g alLii?etlly knowin have ;.recently "been "its=, covered. has made si?e st;aiids of thtiese i g-ntle; it'out-iiniso? '. ice' Li?;it lion sointh or hithe eteln c iisil- .s of the 111)1%h `bir *itnort.-ii'fromi; the '. -,ii'tli I 'ole -i lid' iii-daes ' interestin; uoint Olient', _; 1)ito1 liii, studesl it',ii ,iiasiiii s h ii it?; ~ ic, mel e .l. becoe Uil -1an111 taitr' d tiagoes ' heus' Lis low south\r iii ir1d melt?; o such. tinitie ats. they become ve. sill ll cliheeks' oi ice when' the3 ` it ally lose Itheir 'dingerous' quailities:' Theicelierg melts in siuch a liul tier Lba?it it letaves only .sliglit.ls '-l niergedl I rc-i' knife-like ridges of -ice which tilt quite a ilist i ri ...

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AN AFFAIR OF TRAGI-COMEDY. THE FOX-TERRIERS AND THE KITTEN. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 31 January 1914

AN AFFAIR OF TRAGI-COMEDY. THE FOX-TERRIERIS AND THE KITTEN. An affair of tragi-comedy has for comic villains two engaging littl2 fox-terriers, who for many years had held the home in undisputed rposses sion, so far as four-footed animals went ; and for tragic heroine . a poor forlorn na':f of a kitten, who one day was given shelter. 'ihre is also a garden-r in the story, a man who never could abide dogs, as he would often declare. when the ter riers had brought havoc to his flower-borders. In this man's heart there was a soft place for cats, and the kitten soon found it out. The two terriers were unreasonably jealous of the kitten from the very first. If anyone spoke to her, they barked and rampaged. If she were given milk, they would snarl so tier cely that the poor little thing would be afraid to drink. And this jca' ousy only grew as time went on. One sal day the poor' kitten mys teriously disappeared. The disconsolate gardrnur presently took his spade to go digging awong his ca...

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PHYSICAL CULTURE. HEAD MOVEMENTS. EXERCISES FOR THE BRAIN WORKER. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 31 January 1914

PHYSICAL CULTURE. HEAD MOVEMENTS. E*XERCISES FOR-THE BRAIN "- WORKER. - More or less persistent headache, on which medicine has no. effect, is often- due to nothing more than weak'iness of the neck muscles.. The neck being weak, the head is badly carried, the blood supply is unequally distributed, there is con stant jarring, and headache, is the result. Head movements are simple, and consist in bending the head back ward. lifting and turning the head. But, of course, they can be easily combined with other exercises, and, as always, there is a -right and a wrong way of performing these sim ple movements. - . -It is essential that the face sh-auld he directed u pwards and the chin somewhat drawn in. At all events it must not be poked forward. All the joints of the neck as far as the, seventh vertebrae should take part in the bending. The arms may be stretched during the m'oiement, while the shouilders must bekept well down. . Head bendings must be made slow-. ly an l without any irrfn...

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St. Kilda Rifle Club on Tour. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 31 January 1914

St. Kilda Rifle Club on Tour. The St. Kilda Rifle Club seiit a. teain to Ballan on -Monday last to try conclusion with the local club It is now ten years since these two clubs met" in frienidly contest, ;and during that tinie bothl clubs have improved - very. muclih.. Ti e Ballan Clulb having seciured some :very- piromising. colts, have now; to be reckoned with; anid w;ith li little more pnictice imay be ex pected to: take rank nitli the best going; anid though the Saints met with a defeaton tliis occasion they were mnuch ileased fto?di thieir opponents so ""ei wvortih oi f then steel, as com pared. with tlhe shooting.; a decade ago.. As far as the day. was concern ed, it w as one': here; on inost ranlges, fine scoring' ilighlt be looked for, but: owing to: the unaccountable trickiness if the local range, the scoriung was poor withlfew exceptions, notably that. of J. Vivian, of St. Kilda, who got the possible at 500 and 32 at 300, and J. Myers, who also got the possible, at 500 yard...

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Elwood and Sth. St.Kilda Progress Association. SECOND ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 31 January 1914

Elwood and Sth. St.Kilda Progress Association. SECOND ANNUAL MEETING. The second annual meeting of the Elwood and South St. Kilda Progress Association was held at the Methodist School Hall, Elwood, on Tuesday even ing, the President, Mr. Dulgan, occu pying the chair. The minutes of the last general meeting were read and confirmed. Outgoing correspondence was also read. RESERVES, &c. A discussion took place relative to steps that were being taken to have reserves set apart for recreation pur poses, a school, court house, and fire brigade station. Emphasis was laid cn the necessity there was for making provision for the building of a State school. Cr. Sculthorpe said Brighton-road school was overcrowded, and another member said the Garden Vale school was also overcrowded. MINIMUM ALLOTMENTS. A discussion also took place in re gard to preventing the building of re sidences on "pockethandkerchief" al lotments. Mr. Burnet Grey said that to some brick properties there wasn't room ...

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CHARGES OF IMPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 31 January 1914

CHARGES OF IMPOSITION. Frederick Samuel Spillman, de. scribed as a caterer's assistant, was charged with having stolen a leather belt, the property of the Common wealth Defence Department. Cecil Howe, of 49 Thomas street, a young military trainee, stated that on the n ght of January 24, when walking home in his uniform,accused accosted him and said he was an officer. He said witness should not wear his belt and pouch after drill hours, and ordered him to hand them over. WtThess took oft his belt and gave it to accused, but on seeing Constable Bertrand accused started to run away with the belt. Constable Bertrand subsequently caught ac cused. A second charge was heard against accused of having endeavored to im pose on Patrick O'Keefe, a telegraph messenger, at St. Kilda, on Nov. 27 last. O'Keefe stated that accused, whom he now identified, met him in Alma road, and showed him something written on a piece of paper purport ing to show that he (accused) wss authorised by the Deputy Post...

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