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Bazaar in aid of the Alfred Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 February 1914

Bazaar in aid of the Alfred ,Hospital. ..: e destruction of the Pralran City Hall -by lire the committee of management of the Prahran Bazaar (inaugurated by the Mayor, Cr. E. H. Willis), has been much perturbed in mind as to where the bazaar should be held. Melbourne, St. Kilda, and other places had offered the Mayor the use of their halls, should they be re quired, pending the re-building of the Prahran City Hall, and some members of the committee were greatly in clined to favor the idea of the bazaar being held in the Melbourne Town Hall. Firm consideration, however, has led the Mayor and others to the conclusion that it would be a most un wise course from many points of view to hold the bazaar outside of the city of Prahran. It is a Prahran Bazaar, it is argued, and it should be held in Prahran, otherwise its identity would be practically lost, in addition to the fact that numbers of local citizens would be unable to attend the bazaar if it were held in Melbourne or St. Kilda. He...

Publication Title: Prahran Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 February 1914

IRASER d MORPHET FOR GOOD PRINTING 'Phone 1822 Windsor. THE DON S- CORDIAL FACTORY, MADDOCK STREET, O posite Windsor Station. ZlRATED WATERS of all Descriptions. All the Purest Cordials. We Specially attend to Country Orders, and all Postal Communications. A RYLAND, Pr?prietor. : :-Tel. 1294 Windsor. MITCHELL & TAYLOR, Estate Agents. 394 Chapel Street, South Yarra. The Home of the Prahran and Windsor Ladies' Tailoring. Special Reductions this month. £5/5/- Blue Twill Costumes now £4/4/ All other prices £1/1/- less. d, SWERMAN, SLyric Theatre Buildings, Chapel=st., Prahran. The Only Firm Manufacturing Boots in Prahran.:-. THE HOMES BOOT STORE, 197 Commercial Road, . -.... South Yarral;)i (Corner M Sarket tet, between Prahran Market and Chapel Btreet). TRY Us FOR Men's and School Boots. Warranted All Leather and Made on the Premises. SOLE SEWING for the Trade at City Prices. Fraser &E- Morphet for Good Printing.

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PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8. Before Messrs. M'Kinnon (Chairman), Curwen-Walker, Martin, Bangs, and Captain Russell, J's.P. MAINTENANCE CLAIM. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 February 1914

PIAkiH AN CUOURT. MONDAY, FEBIRUARY S. Before Messrs. M'Kinnon (Chairman), Curwen-Walker, Martin, Bangs, and Captain Russell, J's.P. MAINTENANCE CLAIM. Alice Atkinson summoned her hus band, Thomas Atkinson, for main tenance. Mr. Thomas appeared for com plainant, and Mr. Nigan lor defendant. Complainant said she was married to defendant in 1912. Prior to that she was a widow. Hler married life with defendant had been an unhappy one. He had swept the crockery off the table. He had 'hit her in 'the mouth and broken her teeth. She received an annuity of 5/- a week. from England. Her husband at first had given her £2 per week, then £1; and " afterwards. £1/10/-. Later, :he varied this to different amouhts. She left him on Saturday week. Her hus band had £200 in the bank, and owned a house. Mr. Nigan: He has all the bad temper, and you have nbne?-No. I have a temper, but I have it under' control.. - You did not get on well with your brother?-No. Your husband works on the rail ways?-Yes. A...

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TOPHAM BEAUCLERK AND DR. JOHNSON. WHEN THE LEXICOGRAPHER HAD A FRISK. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 February 1914

TOPHAM BEAUCLERK AND DR. JOHNSON. -4-- WHEN THE LEXICOGRAPHER IHAD A FRISK. Tollham Beauclerk was a great grandson of Charles II., whom he much resembled in appearance and in manners. "He was the only son of Lord Sidney Beauclerk, third son of i harles, first Duke of St. Albans :;ell Gwyn's son-and was born in If-loember, 1739. The elegance and f;sination of his manners, his inex hausti lc fund of agreeable informa tirn. his delightful conversational losters, his love of literature, and his constant and en ita'le flow of ani mIal spirits, tenderzd him a univer sal favourite, as well with the grave and wise, as with the - the ray. Even the great moralist IIr Johnson (to whom Beatuclerk had been introduced by their n utual fri nd Bennet Langton) half 'oritave the h. hits of the young man. oi. plea - re : so fascinated was he by the harm of his manner and the bril l ancy of his wit." So says J. 11. Jesse in his "'Life of Selwyn." !\\hn Benet Langton introduced ,onnson to Beaurlerk the ...

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West St. Kilda Progress Association. Various Matters Discussed. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 February 1914

West St. Kilda Progress Association. Various Matters Discussed. On =.Tuesday evening a meeting of the West St. Kilda Progress Associa. tioln was held at the Beaconsfield Hotel, the cha.ir being occupied by Mr. J. Rowian: (president). The Mayor of St. Kiilda (Cr.E. O'Donnell) and Mr. Catani of the Public Works Depart nernt, -eire: present by invitation--' Mr HEA Walk er secretary report ed that theconiniittei haid expressed views as follolIsna Objectionr to apro posed ? encro-ichment on-; the fore h ad LL .: " --adaS i 1 e foj- t;wo:., years; sho0fti iof enney a :iats; bjections . to theassoiaosen il extension ? f ale ieesenta the Sirveyod tGe doal: pihe land endr " treat s ,dequtld ae pusanited seawardry aenienfces requirii is. o furthe _. TheMmovalof andf-St Kilda pointed outnc to be r'enioved from the; reserves:;! `: tatMr ' eaiiney s : lease was -condiney idea las "to gethe bshaidig of ner baths. It was agreednclosurthat Kenneyfors chiuld get had had a `new lease forr t' o years,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 February 1914

READ'S SALE now on. "~ 'i I ??''L" - ?i "": '-? ": :-::o - . .-f r a w . _, - . 1-..._ _,.,_ _, -? . Chapel Street, Prahran. c orned Beef and Ox Tongues a Specialty. ,,. , Families waited on for Orders. A Trial Solicited. FRANK O'DOWD, ý3FAMILY BUTCHER, 391 Chapel-street, South Yarra. Only Primest Mutton and Ox Beet Sold. Ring up Windsor 3580 i_ - The daintier the garments to be laundered, the more important it is that Colman's should be used. S I ives the dcired To Architects a d Builders. Veronese ibrou.s Architectural Modellers . and Designers Estimates for Plastering Work Generally Interior and Exterior. Works: 240 -24 High Street, Windsor (Near Chapel Street). Tel. WINDSOR 3576, The Rms1erlam Tea Rlorins (The Misses Jackson and Hultgren). TAYLOR'S ARCADE, CHAPEL STREET, WINDSOR, Afternoon Teat, Grill=, and L:ght Refreshnments. Confectionery, Ices, Jellies, Cool Drinks, &c. Our own l lome-made Cake and Scones for sale. Promptness, Civility, and Attention Assured. Saturda...

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Princess May Women's Tent. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 February 1914

Princess May Women's Tent. 1 here was a very big attendance oi inemb?irs present at.-, the quarterly meeting ?. this Tent n Wednesday evening last, Yvhiich w:is slippldmented by 'the pi escec -of oficers-aind visi tors fr om neigliboring Tents, represen tivs being pesent fromiSouth lel bc?rn iie cothe one" side 0to Dande ioiig' and Elstern wk o::: the otherl Thei occasion hichi brouight so.inane tcgther nun ddit ion to the uiual busi nes : okFthe- T t;_nt a5 the ftniveiling u l photogaph toperpetu ate the .memory::oftthe late, Mrs. . i .ui., one of the ifoundation; members of the Te t, and itfs fir stGlhief;tRuileri Bro lRobei ts, :' 1 occupied tilhe. chair anl: there mmwere. present= also -Bro dia ti Dtt STJ.T 1 Bliio .McMicken (li Auditor); and?:.Bro.;' Gunner, P'.D.C.R ; ibrief sketch?? otfthe -career of the late :Siste ieu.iii. :as given, by the secretai.ry ' the Tenti (Bron Barkla), whio `ieferred :to the :inaluhiiile ser vices?to tei peranice-rendere d by the dece'aseid Peelin...

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St. Kilda Council. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 February 1914

St: Kildai Council. Ti,'?e utooh.ile C??? aesked,. the et Kiiia Council at it Ia ist iieet.-i.g to insert ried gls ea Piliith the or d Dain ger" in t?e-imi ho. at the cointer oi Oriniiod-rd ad ,ind s St. :ilda sti eet as an experimet - proposiliw ciiih was agreed to. r: -V »Mmtcliel aiid other rate payei, cotiiplained of the agistnfent of -horses oi thele rai a vreserv e between Sraiser 'arid' CO dei oystreets. It was hdecided toisend 'a cops of the letter, ='miti iniii-intiiti atioi that the practice shouild lie stopped ,to the Railway Colimissioners.1

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 February 1914

GCall atthe Office of this Paper : FOR PRITING of Every Description, GLOBE DYE WORKS. Save the Cost of Winter Outfits by DRY CLEANING or DYEING the Dark Shades now Fashionable. Ladies' Costumes Cleaned from ... ... 5/ THE G OBE Ladies' Costume Dyed from ... ... 5i6 Ladies' Blouses Cleaned from ... ... 1/3 Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned from ... ...?4/ Gentlemen's- Suits Dyed from ... ... 5 6 Gloves Cleaned Odorless 3d pr Lace Curtains and other Furnishings ?leaned and Dyed, FURS REMODELLED Ostrich Feathers Cleaned and Dyed all the New and Fashionable Shades. RECEIVING OFFICES: 27 CHAPEL STREET, near Windsor Ntatio..; 156 (REVILLE STREET, near Town Hall; TOORAK IROAD, two doors "outh Yarra Station; ULENFERRIE R.D, Malvern. High St, WINDSOR, I door from c'hapel St. TEL. 1706 WINSDOR. Works - 40, 42, 44 Ellis St., S. Yarra, of Chapel it. Phone 1755, Windsor Ex. SAW AND MOULDING MTLLS, DUKE STREET, WINDSOR, Opp. FALLON'S, Drapers, Chapel Strtet. Wmi. Marsh & Sons BUILDERS and CONTRAC...

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A WALK THROUGH A SALTWORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 February 1914

A WALK THROUGH A SALTWORKS. The first thing that si;rikes the eye In the salt country are lhuge f?.?meworks, towering up intol ihe sky, liinkiing like the skeletiiifs of caihiearl sires. ~ Those are the "derrick;' anid i herieer the visitor sees a derrick, there lle will find a well, or "borehole," as they are called on the works. -These wells average about 800o feet in depth; some are r,ooo feet deep. You are now, reader, on-the brink of a well deep- enough- to- swallow Eiffel's Tower.- Don't fear.- to approach the brink :.you would have to be- very this indeed to drop down :the. well,, as .it is only about five.inches in_,dimeter. i In some. parts, chiefly- Cheshire, the salt is nearer the suface, and a. shaft is dug and water flooded into it fiom the surface to dissolve the salt andt convert it into brine. In tie Nortli,the American process is used in boring, the rock being broken up by chlisels, fixed on iron rods and worked by steam, tihe rods being attached to a thick cable su...

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STUMBLING UPON GOLD MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 February 1914

STUMBLING.,UPON .GOLD MINES. Goldivas discovered- in' California in 1848, and in Colorado in 1858. The dis covery was-accidental in bloth cases, and ,the fact created the impression that mines were 'lying about loose.' - Adven tituers.drified about in hopes of stumbling upon a mine. Here are some instances oflucky. finds. Three men, while looking for gold in California, discovered the dead body of a itian who. evidently had. been.' prospect 'Poor fellow,' sajd one of.the trio. ' He I has passed in his clhecks. ' Let's give him a decent , burial,' said.I another. Some wife or mother will be glad if she ever knows it,' spoke up the tliird of the trio. Thliey began to dig a grave. .Three feet below the surface "they discovered signs of gold. The' stranigei vwas buloriied in another place, 'and }is'heie tley 'lia.l located a grave they ppened a gold; sine. An adventurer wlo liad drift.ed td Leadville -awoke one:' ioriingdi isithotii food or money. He went out andsliotra deer, which, in ...

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Elwood Requirements. DEPUTATION TO MINISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 February 1914

Elwood Requirements. DEPUTATION TO MINISTERS. A deputation from the St. Kilda Council, headed by the Mayor (Cr. O'Donnell), waited on the Minister of Lands and Minister of Public Works on Wednesday to lay before them several matters that needed attention in the interests of Elwood, and, judg ing by the replies received the efforts of the deputation should meet with excellent practical results. Accom panying the Mayor were Crs. Hewi son, Molesworth and Jacoby. In the first instance the deputation urged upon the Minister of Lands (Mr. Lawson) the necessity of reserving 10 acres of land at Elwood for the purposes of a park and recreation re serve. The Mayor pointed out that it was the urgent wish of residents that the request should be acceded to. The council (he said) was keenly in terested in providing "lungs" for the people, and as an earnest of its in tentions, pointed to the fact that the council, amongst other things, had provided £2000 to purchase an acre of land at Balaclava to...

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Building Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 February 1914

Building Regulations. , At the St. Kilda Council last Mon day week the Public Works Com mittee recommended that necessary steps be taken to amend the Building Bye Law, No. 78, in the following de tails:-Part 2, Section 7 (distance of dwelling house from street), 1400 square feet to be substituted for 1800 square feet as the minimum area; Part II1., Sections 16 and 17 (outbuild ings), one and a half squares to be substituted for one square as the minimum area; Schedule A In the list of fees of the Ware house and Public Class, the last line-"for every building of less than 10,000 cubic feet, warehouse class, 10/6, public building class, 10/6," be excised. Schedule C.-The northern portion of Bath-street, Frampton-street and Somerset-street to be excised. Schedule D.-(Scantlings) to be cor rected as follows:-Floor joists to be supported at least every 5ft. (in lieu of 4ft.) top plates, 4in. x 2in.; ceiling joists, 4in. x 1lin., 1Sin. centres; collar ties, 4in. x l;in. Cr. Barnet said th...

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Malvern Public Works. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 February 1914

Malvern Public Works. At the last meeting of the Malvern Council the followinlg recommenda tions of the Public Works Committee were agreed to:---, 1. That W. Williams' tender be -ac cepted for. construction of brick and concrete, barrel drain (being a. con tinuation. of Wagner's: drain to Gar diner's Creek) at a lump sum `of £1059/16/6.: As this sum exceeds the balance- provided; o iiLoan- S for this work,- the., portion i orom the railway bridge to thie ?creek will :be :.debited to proposed ':`oan 9,: as `also .will. a further extension of the. drainage in,. t!is locality t?talke .in the~earea"s.n-e cluding. Silvei=street and Paisloow street - 2. Thiat L. . Brady's: tender. be . ac copted or constriuction of laneloff Llan east-street ;it i?ear: of Gleiifeirie-road, at £13/19/9 : 3. That thie estimate sublmitted by Mr. Monash as an- exticsuion of his contract for d?onstruction of Tooronga main sewer in the. Railway Depart ment's land, ;-liere it c:rosses Glen Iris Railway; b'e agree...

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Costumes, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 February 1914

Costumes, &c. Attention is directed to an adver tisement inserted by J. and N. Raises, of 194 Chapel street,Prahrao, who promise the best of value in Underclothing, blouses and costumes. In every department there is a Special variety, and prices are very moderate commensurate with good value. ioth J. and N. Raises are experts in the business.

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Recital. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 February 1914

Recital. In the Mt. Erica Methodist Sun day school, High school, Prahran, on Wednesday evening, February 25th, at 8 o'clock, the Rev. O. W. S. McCall will deliver a recital (occupy iag two hours in delivery), of Ralph Connor's famous book, "The Sky Pilot." As it is the desire of the school offioials that parents will attend with their young people, the charge has been made very low, the Object being to provide a suitable building for the children. A shilling ticket will admit father, mother, and two children, or two adults to front seats.

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AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 February 1914

AUGlION SALES. To day (Saturday), at 4 o'clock, the continuation sale of the Lock wood Estate, Belgrave, will be held. The sizes of the. blocks- are half to io acres, with magnificent creek frontages. The terms of purchase are decidedly easy. Further. parti culars are advertised. On Saturday, February 28, there is to be what is termed the Poultry Farmers' Gala Day, when, at 3 p.m., on the ground, at "Delmar," Centre road, Clayton, Messrs Mar shall and Langridge will hold a sale of 5 to io acre blocks, suitable for pou'try farms and market gardens. Interesting particulars will be found in an advertisement. The blocks are one mile from Clayton, and z2 miles from Melbourne. This is a sale that shouldn't fail to attract those who desire to make homes for themselves, On Thursday, February 19, at is o'clock, on the premises, 65 Aber. deen-road, East Prahran, Messrs. Foley, Strafford and Co. will hold a sale of superior furniture and effects. Prior to the sale a splendid allot ment of land...

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Housing Reform. A ST. KILDA MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 February 1914

Housing Reform. A ST. KILDA MEETING. The monthly meeting .f the St. Kilda Central Ward. Progress \sscciation was held in th. Metho dist -.school. hall, Carlisle street; on Thu-sd.y evening, the. President, Mr T; G. Allen, occupying the chair. The principal subject of the. even ing was that of Housing Reform, addresses on which were delivered by two well known advocates Messrs J. B. Huggan and Kennedy Smith, M.A. The full title of the subject was ' Minimum Allotment, Anti-Slum and Housing Crusade." In the course of their remarks, the speakers referred to the necessity of giving the mass of people opportunities of living under the most healthful con ditions. The allotments should be sufficiently large, with plenty of air space. Mr Huggan, while giving municipal councils a certain amount of cred-t for what they had done, said local influences were allowed to work to the detriment of the com munity generally. Mr Smith said in beautiful Mel bourne there were net works of alley ways and s...

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Prahran Annual Charity Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 February 1914

PrahranAnnual Charity Carnival The annual charity carnival on behalf of the Prabran, South Yarra and Toor.c Ladies' Benevolent Society was held in the Victoria Gardens on Wednesday and Thurs day evenings. For the first evening the weather was somewhat on the chilly side, and must have militatel against the attendance. On the fol. lowing evening, howevor, there was a much larger crowd present, and the net proceeds should reach three figures. The bands engaged were the Prahran, St. Kilda, ant-Prahrai and Malvern Tramways On the first night pupils from the Hawks burn State school gave inteiesting exhibitions, consisting of Russian dance and Indian melee. Mr Risden gave a good exposition of what rag time melodies consisted of. Biff and Bang, two funny acrobats, held the boards for some time. The National Orchestra provided a classical item entitled selections from '' Bohemian Girl." Miss Montague gave a song and dance item. Leo and Jack Cracknell gave a trick stock whip exhibiti n, whic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 February 1914

"LINSEED COMPOU VD" o! 40 years proven efficacy for coughs, colds, bron obitis, &c. The Chronicle Printing Works Artistic Printing at Cheapest Rates. LII SEED CDMPDUND,' for conglhe and oLNsE. oo ens phlegm, allays irritalion tOU.os~ON o ~gi n AN OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN. "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething. Should always be used 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; six months old and upwards, a teaspoon ful three or four times a day. For Diarrhoea, repeat the above dose every t\\', hours. until the -character of the discharges is changed for the better. Sold Everywhere.

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