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DOOMED! INSTANCES OF MEN WHO KNEW THEIR FATE BEFOREHAND. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914
DOOMEDI :+- IN,-TAZNCES OF MEN WHO KNEWw '.:E:HIdR FATE BEFORLEHANI). Ij..- - . ..... -... " I. knor that I am condianetl to death, because I possess positive-in :::forii ll'tion that two Anarchists have ?7. taken. an oath to kill-liie. I know, &lt;" further, that the Anarchlist who ista : ai: ke ncy life is. a -man who has been b-. iianished front Buenos Ayres, and t--hat he went thence to l'ris and . 3iarfitz, after which the police lost Str-(ce of him." ' . _ ..--. S-. SQ spokke the late Sc?hor Canal~l jas, theq Spanish Prinlile Ministcr. oln . N.oveibller Sth last, in a coinver'Sa-. .tion with an intimaterfrieni, nild four days later he sas; shotb . dead by an assassin while lookii.il'g i at. the window of a bobnshk ~.l'101i)'' It must bie a terride straiik: on" nerves aind plucl .to i:fel. -c-'is --?so many have done,::.thlat .':ilie-sorl hangs over their head,i suspen?ed e aa it were, by a siniglehiai -. But such has been tht iste ox more thauir one puihhc man-- daniii...
CONCERNING SNAKES. EASIEST WAY TO KILL ORDIGARY VARIETIES IS TO RAP THEM ON THE BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914
CONCERNING SNAKES. EASIEST WAY TOC KILL ORDI GARY VARIETIES IS TO HAP THEM ON THE BAIK. The first impulse of a n:ain on .aeeing a snake is to stamp oii its head, which, according to tile " Ito sarl..Maazine," is unwise. A snake's slkill is very tough, as behloves a part of the bld" that is always liable to be .kilocked against stonesC etc.. owing to tihe extremne shorlt sightedneis of all serpenlts. :. Thlp ack, on.the contrari c-an he bho'.en with a light rap, for it con -.i-ts of a delicate system, of ball and socket joints. Sholldid snakes lie harmless, the best plaii is to leave ithemn. alone; should" thesi[be diiiger ous, a 'shot from. a rexFol-er is tale nad etffective. :. ,ii case- no re o?lci a .nd. C> a ithi a cane- ill. he igfiticirnt but f;T'are '.mtist . ie tSl'~i keep a'iv from ue ;head of ti tscreature L ..nake does nott n?riali "o about hitting stsk ugai?i ilard iobjects. ;it only i ts flth"is wg"h ,''iii a hurry. Mov'ing 'at its' oridi thi' pace; it feels its way ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914
yraser & Morphet -for Good Printing. "'moo Phone 1822 Windsor. . ____ THE 'DON CORDIAL FACTORY, iWADDOCK STREET, Oposite Windsor St tion. 1Z?RATED WATERS of all Description. - All the Purest Cordialq. We Specially attend to Country Orders, and all Postal Communications. . ....A- -- - .. . R YLAND, Proprietor. S :; :. :Tel,. 1294 Windsor? MITCHELL & TAYLOR, Estate Agents. :394 Chap Stsreet :: South Yarra." The Home of the ?jr Prahran and Windsor Ladies' Tailoring. \ Special Reductions this month. ? £5/5/- Blue Twill Costumes now £4/4/ All.other prices £1/li- less. S7' . SR•RM _ . Lyric Theatre Buildings, : Chapel=st., Prahran The Only Firm IManufacturing Boots in Prahran. E1HOMES BOOT STORE, ?,.' 197 Commercial Road, : South Yarra. ,no:e r IMarket Street, between Prahran Market and Chapel Street). TR .tUS FoR Men's and School Boots. :Warranted Ah Leather and Made on the Prenmises. 80LE iSEWING for the Trade at (City Prices,. AN OLD NURSE FOB CHILDREN. "Mrs Winslow's S...
LABOR PARTY'S CANDIDATE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914
LABOR PARTY'S CANDIDATE. A.t a ballot of the imemnbers of the Prahran and South Yarra branches of the affiliated trades unions of the Prahran electorate on Monday even ing, taken at the Rechabite Hall, Prahran, Mr. WV. H. Webber, secre- tary of the Grocers' Employees' Union, w-as &lt;selected to contest the Prahran constituency in the Labor interest in opposition to Mr. Donald Mackinnon, Attorney-General, at the forthcoming election. The other candidates were Mr. W. H. Hulse, ex-railway em ployee, and Mr. John Curtin, secretary of thle WVoodworkers' Union.
Try Society's Annual Tea [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914
Try Society's Annui i Tea t:: toi r ees~t.g · the j hrist 'na'" To '-'?a j.s')iiet' at ti?e Tr Society's tillOi. e : 1:: 00 boys. sat dowlu to. piartake ot1 thle good thlings protided ;and- did full justice to theml Al . conidcert followed, at which Cr. tmlbliilngb :J.i*:1 :resided, and dis tributed the pri'eswon:Jin the various classes during the year . Thle prize list ivus: iiS'fold\\sOi-Gymnatastics. J. Muresca: slhorthand;:; Walters (J. 'lorgan s,'liecili) .niglht school E.; B3uclhanal i,.'-draw?'ing ? Gus. Lewis, ;fret-" work, V" deX'Norwilld" (C. :'Wildish? Bliecial) cEretr dgar(G WIa tinit ek horepatlgIe hpa week~.... . iv c (H. C(a eron : ,'?pecial) "-writingxz: , \ itian iiarrii..i Mile, le T toia t ; liarie G i.-ann.ing Mrs' S.T Staiigliton;.presidenrt of the Trv' ocitv-'Jilidl senkt numiiber of- strawli . . f.?'.?or:.distib?.ution an.o.ngt the hov. Mr .jV.i lldi. Slater " name wsabiadded to the lihoioi hoard I et ters o:-? apoloky-' were' received from Mr.' a . F,'I. lor ...
SOUTH YARRA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914
nlltch?i?- ot eth~c l(-w)ei e - ip to' ith average for .loing-distince :slitotiig, some: of tl) ;in eiibe~i s declining t6o thr t thlese (dist inces for tl?e 16th. slpon, ,it ,.0aio . Apuort wii. id id Ihe i y niniag .itile" -iiiattetse simewliht un comfortol .le nit 't;ihe: restil?:ats ?l?o sco.0iig ialI 1u11d.1 l'ie spooli vras won· by J;-o f ig i 5tic t 01 t:i-ile-e:Wednes ir r6?tioitt? with , i7 () )ii-.The iest 011 tle ,i w. s ?- 'f) . tt tin Sones oitaho seinlited 6" (6) tinis-in- , " ttiet7 hu-lls eeys is.lnicl.o the day 1ais a line pert oritilne-el Hi 011rl 0 was hIrd ;tith6 (.1, ile othlers Ito ga;in nllsi ttert Q. m le, h7 5a, and A. Kestle b (b). This shoot : also liltishedl tine i. it Payne agg eate, tlhe witllier -IeingJl.t IS:uesot, .345A Quayle.-34?4, ?beliag.'seco';i l?=.'? ::-:+:' The .l17th simon wi.tas: slhot :nuder tonlewhlat. t'iliiPlli- coiditionst:: to thie previous-one eiix.cep it it the slirter distance imtade it er isiera-e Tile . "inner" was A. WVeills h#i...
The Motor Bus Traffic. Melbourne to St. Kilda and Prahran. Following Cable Tram Routes. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914
The Motor Bus Traflfic. Melbourne to St. Kilda and Prahran. Following Cable Tram Routes. Slowly but surely the streets of Melbourne and suburbs are being given over to motor buses as a means of transit for passengers. The public are now becoming quite accustomed to them, and take to t!.em like ducks would to water. There are some people, indeed, who have argued themselves into believing that they have no time for a cable tram now, and are not above turning up their noses thereat. The motor buses are saill further extending their lines of route the hackney carriage com mittee of the Melbourne City Coun cil wrote to the St. Kilda Council at its last meeting, stating that consi deration was being given to rouies for motor buses between the city and St. Kdda, and the views ot the council were invited to proposed bus stands in St. Ktlda as follows Stand for one bus on Esplanade, St. Kdlda. Surp'us buses to stand in Robe street. -Route-From Espla nade to the intersection of Chapel and Wel...
CRICKET. Victoria v. Sth. Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914
URICKET. Victoria v. Sth. Australia. From almost time immemorial, so far as cricket history is concerned, the match Victoria v. New South Wales has been commenced on the Helbourne Cricket Ground on Box ing Day, but this year the South Australians took the New South Welshmen's place. The weather was all that could be desired on Boxing Day, when the match was commenced, and Mayne, who won the toss, had no hesitation about deci ing to bat first. With the splendid wicket provided long scores were expected, but the expectation was not realised. Both on Friday and Satrday the play was very dull, and the spectators did not fail to show their disgust at the l~feless cricket shown. South Auatralia occupied the wiokeis all day on Boxing Day for a ,core of 245; the only batsman to p'ease the critics was Moyes, who played bright, breezy cricket, and is one of the most promising young cricketers unearthed by South Aus tralia for some time. On Saturday it was painful to witness the Victorians scr...
Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914
Bowling. There is no rest for the bowler. During ordinary times in the season he plays hard. Then when the general mass of the people are esjoy tog holidays your bowler goes away business cares, and then plays bowls more enthusiastically and harder still. A team of Victorians went over to Tasmania, and South Australia sen, a team to Victoria. There have also been an interchange of vis ts between Victorian Metr.opolitan and Country clubts, and right good fe. lowship has prevailed everywhere. At whatever greens visitors arrived at they were f.ted and toasted, and, more than that, defeated at bowls as a solatium ! A t-am from Leongatha came down to St. Kilda. and were over whelmed with the kind and hospit ,ble welcome theyreceived. A good game of bowls was subsequently played, and at the oonclusion th. visitors were found to have been beaten by a few points. Leongatha Ilso had a game against the Ni.C.C. The same fate awaited them there. The visitors were all good sports, and they enjoy...
Palais de Danse. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914
Palais de Danse. The Palais de Danse is being very largely patronised. De Gilio's band provides enchanting music. On New Year's Night the floor was crowded with trippers of the blight fantastic, and with thousands admir oing the socnefrom without,the whole effect produced was at once strik ingly animated and bright. Every care is being taken in regard to the managereat of the Palais de Danse, and its popularity should hold good.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914
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The Pierrots. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914
The Pierrots. As popular as ever are the Pierrots, tstablsh-d ten years ago by the two Estimanle brothers, Messrs Will and Robb Thomas. The programmes at "a times meet with the approbation 01 the au-'ienoes. The Artists are Il Worthy of high commendation in their respective domains. Mr W. P. Turner, the humorist, is as sprightly and fresh as he ever was, and in the same line there is also an able ex o"ent in the person of Mr George orton, not forgetting Mr Leslie Austin. There is a charming trio of adies-Miss Elsa Langley (son .brette), Miss Elsie Rosslyn(sopran ) nd Miss Sylvia Duff (comedienne). Slaughable Court scene by the ompOany is highly diverting, and 1tterest is also being displayed in te dancing of the much talked about ango" by Mr Leslie Austin and isElsa Largley.
AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914
AUQTION SALES. A very important land sale is ad vertised to be held to day by Messrs Marshall and Lengridge. It con sists of the Mahony Estate, other wise the Garden of Belgrave. The estate is to be sold in 29 quarter bIoLoks, and there are also two de lightful bungalowa. Further interest ing paiticulars are contained in the advertisement. For A.N.A. Day (January 26), Messrs Marshll and Langridge also advertise .another important land sale at Belgrave-this time the Lockwood Estate. Half to LO-a. re blocks are the sizes, with frostages to the Monbulk Creek. Easy terms of purchase are allowed for.
The Lyric. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914
The Lyric. Large and apprecie-atividieicc:e have gathered nightly at the Lyric Picture Theatre, Chapel street, P'ahran, to witness another of the fine programmes for which the Ly'ic is noted. Some powerful dramas a-e depicted. These included 'The Money God" and " For Another's tCrime," both being of intense in terest. Some fine star pictures are also to be displayed during the oom ing week.
The Royal. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914
The Royal. The Royal Picture Theatre,Wind sor, has been drawing. large houses. The chief attra:tion this week Is the Pathe color drama,entitled,"Psyche," an especially fine production. For Monday next the mananer, Mr Nunn, announces the staging of Zola's "Germinal," which is sure to attract large audiences.
Paradise. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914
Paradise. For comfort and quiet enjoyment the Paradise Pictures more than hold their own with any similar place ot entertainment. The up to date pittures, exhibited as they are al fresco, mske Paradise extremely popilar with visitor3 to the seaside tity. Next week's attractlons are Far Monday, Tuesday and Wedues day, " Czer sowska," and for I hurs day, Friday and Baturday, "Message to Headqdarters."
The Butterflies. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914
The Butterflies. At the Lyric Theatre, St. Kilda, this company, with its high standard of programmes, continues to attract arge and appreciative audiences. The artists are in the leading rank. and the musical numbers are espe cially good. Star pictures are screenea each evening as a prelude.
The Dandies. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914
The Dandies. Another fine programme is being presented. Miss Irene Vere and Mi George Morgan are admittedly, in their various numbers, most excel lent. Qnite refreshing is the humor provided by Mr George Dampier. The other artists, with the able assistance of the aocompanist, M. Leona-d Grffiiths, combine to make up a first-class programme.
The Daffodils. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914
The Daffodils. The addition of Tom Dawson that well known and popular come dian, to the list of artists at the Daffodils, proved an extra attraction without a doubt, and on his first appearance oi Saturday night the audience showed their ap preciation by recalling him no less than five times The programmes are musical, and well interspersed with the best of humor.