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CRICKET. PRAHRAN V. ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 February 1914

CRICKET. PRAHRAN V.- ST.- KILDA. -"These two local rivals commenced a match on the St. Kilda Cricket Ground on Saturday last. The former team won the toss and kept possession of the wickets all the afternoon for a score of 225 runs for the loss of nine wickets. It was rather a dull afternoon's cricket, the batting being rather lifeless. The run-getting was evenly divided, S. Stephens being top scpre with 70. Others who contri buted more or less to the total were D. Blackie 33, A. Tormey 25, R. Upton 24, G. Rogers 19, C. Cusdin 18, and -A. Fraser 10 not out. St. Kilda missed Souter from their bowling ranks. He was away in Adelaide playing for Vic toria against South Australia. Arm strong two for 21, Upward two for 27, and Moule two for 37, bowled best for the seasiders. The match should pro. vide an interesting finish.

Publication Title: Prahran Chronicle
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Prahran Art Gallery to be Closed. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 February 1914

prahran Art Gallery to be Closed. The Prahran City Council, having decided .to utilise the present Art Gallery for the purpose of a Free Lending Library, the Gallery will be closed to the public after Monday next.

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St. George's Cathedral, Jerysalem. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 February 1914

St. George's Cathedral, Jerusalem. The Jerusalem and the East Mission is one of the most fascinating of the organisations belonging to the Church of England. Its headquarters are at Jerusalem, but its ramifications spread down into Egypt, for it has chaplains working at Suez, Port Said and Cairo. The mission, of course, stands for Christianity as we know it. Now, it is certain that the Jews are returning to Palestine. There are thirty-one new Jewish colonies there. Per secuted, poor and struggling in other countries, many of them have become prosperous colonists in their ancient land. They allow no Christians in their -new colonies.. This is the first difficulty ofa the mission.: i Then- thler-e are the Mahomedans, who are often. on the verge of out raging Christians, and. frequently, actually massacre tiavelleie-?d'it mis sionaries. -.The Bishiop: of London- was lately: riushel t I by a Mosleni itir a weaponi -ii', th e Mosque; at Jerlsalemi, an:. American'l lady ?was; recently sho...

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Bazaar in aid of the Alfred Hospital. Mrs. Ben. Nathan's Generosity. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 February 1914

Bazaar in aid of the Alfred Hospital. Mrs Ben. Nathan's Generosity. in aid of the Alfred Hospital Bazaar, to be held in the Prahran Town Hall on April 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th, a Bridge and Euchre evening was held at "Rippon Lea" on Saturday, 14th February. About 200 were present, including Mr. and Mrs. Fairbairn, the IMayor of Prahran and Mrs. E. H. Willis, the Mayor of Caulfield and Mrs. H. C. Murphy. Prizes for bridge were won by Mrs. A. H. Mould and Mrs. Robert Moffatt Euchre prizes by Mr. and Miss Wells. Mr. Fairbairn proposed a hearty vote of thanks to Mrs. Nathan for her kindness in lending "Rippon Lea" for the occasion. The Mayor of Prahran also thanked Mrs. Nathan on behalf of the committee, and referred to her good work in the cause of charity. Mrs. Nathan, in reply, said any suc cess she had achieved was due to the splendid assistance she had always re ceived from her friends. The secretarial duties were carried out by Mrs. W. Young, to whom great praise is due for the succe...

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One Driver Two Vehicles. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 February 1914

One Driver Two Vehicles. Before Messrs Chambers (chair. man), Flintoft and Wallis, J.'sP., at Prahran Ccurt on Thursdav, Thomas McGaw was oharged with having attended to two vehicles-that is, driving one and leading another at the same time. Wm. Gurner. orga. niser of the Carters and Drivers Union, stated that at 10.15 a.m. on Feb. 10 defendant was driving a dray and leading another horse and dray in Williams road. Defendant said one of the men had not turned up to work, and he (defendant) was instructed to take the second horse and dray and hard it over to a;noher man at the yard. A fine of 63 was imposed, with 3s 6d costs.

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From America. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 February 1914

From America. George Washington, a Romanist, and tlie Papal Evidence for the Yaarn. SLately thc" . .Papal papers have been pi iiting the followiig yarn: A.::Altlhougl:: George% Wazshington- father i-and: . first : president of'o . our cou try-was not a Catholic, yet lie: is said to ýiiave ýkept always hanging over is bied a ipicture of .thie Immacu late Conceptioii, .which is still to be seein.in its 0ol( place at Mount Vernon.. There is also .a tradition that on the i ghtof his deatlih, Father Neale, S.J., of: tlle M:Iaryland -province, was hur riedly- sent. for, and rowed across the Potomac,:- where he remained for four hours wit the dying patriot. How-, ever .this Lhimy be, there is no doubt tiatl lifany ofl his relatives have been Catioliics.; In tlheMagazine of Ameri can:History for 1879, we are told that James Washington, a brother of Gene ral Washington's great-grandfather, John, went to Holland in 1650, the year that his brother came to America, and settled in Rotterdam. All...

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Husband Charges Wife with Perjury. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 February 1914

Husband Charges Wife with Perjury. At the Prahran Court on Thurs. day. before Messrs Ohainbers (chair. man), Flintoft and Wallis, J.'sP Joseph Gavey charged his wife, Annie Elizabeth Gavey, with having commiit d perjury. A few months ago Mrs Gavey charged her husband with assault, Gavey being fined 56, The allegition now made by Gavey against his wife was that in the assault case Mrs Gavey swore falsely when she said that she did not threaten to shoot her husband when the two of them were in a motor car together. Mr Nigan appeared for tile prose. u:ion, and Mr Doria for the defence Gavey gave evidence, after; which he said he would not proceed fu ther with the case if his wife would give a pr mise that she would no; molest him or the children in future The chairman asked iMr Gavey if she would undertake not to go near her husband. Mrs Gavey said she objected to her children be. ing taken from h.r. The bench said that was not a matter for that Court to deal with. Mr Gavey said his wi...

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Living our Religion. The Rev Canon Hart. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 February 1914

From "The Parish Supplement." Living our Religion. The Rev. Canoni Hart. Christianity is Christ. That is true in every. way. Our Christianj Faith is simply our answer to the old 'question "What thiliik ye of Christ?" _DIo we belie e that Hl e iis the -eternai - Son of God Wlio .becaie: Man for 'our sakes, bore our siis; coinquered death?for us, founded;:. thie: Clifurcii , -sent fortlii His lier iin' ier Sacraientits is i h:er Head iad Ruler, and is to' be: fr 'Judge? a-I so,. iwe itniplicitly believi; tlie'-.whole . "tlioliceFaithl' s l -i i .Sifi?il arltlfe o t ristiaii eligion a,,. a life~ 'to elived:? i , Clristians; is "to follow._ tle Iexaiiile' -of our'. 0 Saviour Christ Eind tobe' in ade lik:ito Hini Sa'are tryitige to i o o so h tieiev resist iourl temptaltionsl fot tHe alsot was ftenpted as. we *are and -overcanme Thi purity ofr heartaniid oiiioite, tihe perlect siiilessess alter vh'i'we sti ive, are first o all ifouiind in in utis B torgtet sonetinia that - soaI hooliness...

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AN ARCTIC TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 February 1914

-AN ARCTIC TRAGEDY. The'story of the discovery of the ;last relics of Sir John - Franklin and his companions,- who' perished 'iamid the; Arctic - snows- is-familiar to every. Englislian:-i.- An-'equally .poignant tale :of- :-Polar--adventure and.Jieroism-. is toll.ld-y:.by- scrap.of :paper?.piously-: preserve.d i"in -ithe Itpyal:Library. - at:, .Copelliagen.; :It was. discovered in :.908.iiin . caverni amoiIg . the nwild .aid l;inhospitablei wastes of 'Triambert's. L ?nd..- SThiirec 1)Dines-I-agen.'Erichsen,-andl iiro;lninid t left. Greenland in 1907 inid iilshed :?Nortiiiards, unacconi pianied bl inativesI.:' 'hey vent too fair. anmd i xliausted tlicilr jroviiions, etc.. mre their ho ?lewvar-md 1mi rcil u-s termiiihted. ''Their.-ten t' bill rotte,; their. fur. sleeping-sacksW'i were - full- of holes; their- lmioots :wvorn outt ;. briefly *they were at the nierc.y .iif the -relentless- cold^.: -.:- : : .6f: l;:ngen-.diedil first Ecrichsen tea ilys later, -aind Bro eiilid - sIt left ...

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A Prahran Artist. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 February 1914

A Prahran Artist. An exhibition of oil paintings by a Prahran artist, Mr Rosenblum, was opened at Bernard's Gallery, 328 Collins street, Melbourne, on Mon day afternoon, February 16th. Mr Ivan Archer Rosenblum has been a resident of Prahran and Windsor for more than twelve years. A quiet personality, he is not known, except" by sight, to very many, but he has already made a name in literature, and the residents of this district should be proud of their fellow resident, Australia's Poet-Painter. In commenting on his present exhi bition every critic refers to the poetic quality of his art, and this is one of the most difficult things in painting. Lovers of the poems of Adam Lind say Gordon will be interested in Mr Rosenblum's exhibition, as the artist has been away painting many scenes made familiar by the poet's verse. Of such,"Dingley Bell," Gordon's home in 1864; Carpenters' Rocks (the scene of the wreck of the Admella), the poem " The Ride from the Wreck," and Cape Northumberland ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 February 1914

Saturday, 28th February, 1914. The Poultry Farmer's Gala Day. The Poultry Farmer's Gala Day. 3 p.m. On the Ground - el~mar," Centre Road, CLAYTON 5 to 10 ACRE BLOCKS SUITABLE FOR___ ___ Poultry Farms -or M--arket Gardens Only One Mile from Clayton Station and 12 miles from Melbourne. One Block has on it a House containing Four Rooms and Bathrdom, with Outbuildings, Sheds, &c. Terms: From £10 Deposit. Balance in Equal Quarterly Instalments, Interest at 5 per cent. Plans and Further Details from M ARSH ALAL &A L ANGRID GE, Auctioneer and Subdivisional Specialists, RO & N AUEL 9La 331 Collins Street, Melbourne (Tel. 8796). Or E. T. SA.M JELS Land Agent, 243 Collins Street, Melbourne (Tel. 7139). - To SAM S.? ... SA USEFUL REMINBER: Fhe man who does not Ad vertise will soon need Advertising for. Great Clearance Movement at AT this final Winding-up Sale of the Season the st Startling Bargains in all Departments will be the Order of the Day. e t 9 l- I Never before...

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Hogg Shepherd and Songster. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 February 1914

-Hog hiph erd.,an Songster. jS 4 -- --- On Saturday, November 21, 18351' :.Jies. .t Hogg, tonce a guide tn Wordstworth, the Poet.Laureat- , anldli described by him as the Ettrick ' Shepherd,. died at the parish in ,$el 'kirk`-of- that name, where hie hadl been born v in i,1770. His surnamle -was one of those 1 :giliend-to a tl ain: by-acqiiuint-ance., iitl ini :,00 yers- nafter- 'the1i3\oiiiti ;I ;(odiquest, .as -anicknani'lot foist. .ie iperso iils-i easIiti m- aind in fi?. ~ -r ?. Sot :ncetcoai?t itn;:f'alitio 'nafll ii iir co: iil?uedto?.?i.tliu igiaish tliiii'ii i'escendei I ruin thim; uti ith ai . no insult.-, to i.istei i the fin iiiei fi ii which the anran 'Sliephic'r ci'ic-us similarlyderivc:i -i 0 i toard ,is rroii athe' 'ijicestiur nii tl g a coi 'i iem d o' l,;: it t ! iit'lIf' iii : the cons And thieie is-littl to musiciii a-ly soiiid poduced- ?ib a ;p : Iug b iu t"-lit- did .iiot' prievent lTogg "beiig --:ie'ot 1 ' I'on tweiti" e?arsdofi age . l1n gg'A wis--for ten enga...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 February 1914

Call /t the Office of this Paper -FOR -PRIINTING of Every Description I Eastbourne Street, Windsor. --LOE DYE WORKSI. S-Save the Cost of Winter Outfits by DRY CLEANING or DYEING H the Dark Shades now SFashionable. T SLadies' Costumes Cleaned from ... 5/ . THE GLOB.E LLadies' Costume Dyed ._ L from ... ... 5;6 - Ladies' Blouses Cleaned from ... ... 1/3 Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned from ... ... 4/ Gentlemen's Suits Dyed from ... 5 4 Gloves Cleanel Odorless 31 p; ' Lace Curtains and other Furnishings Cleaned and Dyed, FURW REMODELLEP Ostrich Feathers Cleaned and Dyed all the New and Fashionable bhades. RECEIVING OFFICES: 27 CHAREL STREET, near-Windsor Station; 156 GREVILLE STREET, near Town Hall; TOORAK ROAD, two doors South Yarra Station; OLENFERRIE R.D, Malvern. High St, WINDSOR, I door from Chapel St. 'TEL. 170o6WINSDOR. Works-4o, 42, 44 Ellis St., S. Yarra, oflChapel <t. Phone 1755, Windsor Ex. SAW ANDD MOULDING MILLS, U KE STREET, WINDSOR, . -- "- Opp, FALLON'S; Drapers, C...

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Travelling Hospitals. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 February 1914

Travelling' Hospitals. + - ' When people of moats have a nemn ber of the family., who is extremely ill, yet,. desires ..to.. travel, either from their home to sonie famous health: resort ~:back to...theirl>i home; practicall thrdoughoul t 'iropeu Swit zrrlandil. cand.frnislh ,?i 'travelling hospital" for- them. - - These travelling; hospitals are rail road cars, with everyjnodern equip n- ent,; and as, the iraili ad; gauge. is .standard for' the iiost part,through1 out the.; Contiieitthis car may, be hauled, over. any. .line, ;of. rilroad As the, Government dof Switzerland oirns its railroads tlhese travelling hospitals, or. liospitil ars are fed tr il property alwa'ys ready "tohe Sleased to -0an one who lias the price; . F: or- a long- tinime these cars hai?e been operated,.. and tliey-'liave-bee? found to be; a. good-investment;-be .ingia;in- considerable. demand at .al, niost ;:all. timess..of, theLyear..,::.l'he sick-roonli: is>Jocated:ilin.the middle of the long. car. t :...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 February 1914

Birthday & Wedding Presents HINDRANCES i?: TO IlEALTII You have the Widest Selection at TO HEALT such as dyspepsia, biliousness, loss of appetite, torpid liver, consti PHILLIPS' JEWELLERY CORNER p. sae may he easily and successfully REMOVED by means of the far famed family medicine Beecham's Pills. For ____ ? three generations this medic;ne has I " been helping people to get rid of all sorts of digestive and allied disor ders and, to-day, it is acl:nowledgcd to be the first of all the remcdics Do not Do not of its kind. What it has done for Sothers it may reasonably be expect Sfail fail ed to do for you. That recurrent touch of indigestion, liver or kidney .to to trouble which is preventing you from enjoying uniform good heath Call and See Call and See may be removed our our by taking New New Shop. ho BEECHAM'S PILLS. Females e.pccially will find that Wes8ha . ..,.1,,, ,ll ...s..e free ed r.... hwrconditions, and bring about that Phyricn! CHAPEL and GREEN STREETS, WINDSOR. s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 February 1914

'7r~;tfa~r/lR4 52LD f VERA'WHEiRL Auction Sales of Furniture :and ATIG?S Property a specialty. POWDER ai HUARMELNS Sol Animal 3loqls IOKENSON & FORSTER ' -(E , J, Fos ter, Sw ri a V:a-a.tor) d.... *.-. ?:? -. io. .. 'he genuine Powder bears the autograph of THOMAS KEATING ; Sold in tin Auctioneer & Estate Agets. Worm Tables. • : Keattiag's Worm "Tablets. Ke-i ttig's Worm "?ablets. SA PURELY VEGETABLE Rents CollectedA. . PUREL-:Y w , oE , =o.,:E t Collecte . .. "" agreeable method of administering the: only .. : 'certain remedy for INTESTINAL or THEEEAD WORMS, It is perfectly safe Insurances Effected. and :mild, and is especially adapted, for Insuranchildrcesen. Sold i TiEffected. ns by all Druggists. Proprietor, ITHOMAS KEATING,.London Loans Negotiated ___ MR ,E, i. V. NIGANI BARRISTER and SSOLICITOR, Only Address - May be consulted daily at NEWTON CHAMBERS, .,73,GRTVILL.E ST.; PRAHRAN: Prahran ;Court attendel every: 99 CHAPEL STREET. and'Thursday. Private address: 1...

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Complimented. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 February 1914

Complimented. Constable B. Rose, of Armadale, was recently successful in tracing some culprits who had celebrated she arrival of 1914 by smashing gas lamps in Dandenong road. The Police Department has shown its appreciation of Constable Rose's work in the matt:r by placing a favorable entry on his record sheet. The Metropolitan Gas Company was also appreciative of the constable's zeal in tracing the offenders.

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Refusing a Poll of the Ratepayers. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 February 1914

Refusing a Poll of the Ratepayers. IN its collective wisdom the Prahran City Council has decided against a proposal brought forward by Cr Naylor that a poll of the ratepayers should be taken on the question whether the Municipal Buildings should be built on another site, i.e, on the eastern side of Chapel street. In many respects this decisin is to be regretted. The subject is one in which the ratepayers are deeply interested, and by granting them the right to have been the final arbiters in deciding a matter fraught with so much importance would have only been handing over to them a privi lege to which they were undoubtedly entitled. Town Halls are not built every day in a community, and when they are ab ut to be put up the voice of the ratepayers is always encouraged and we:comed, so that public opinion might be formed on the question as to how and where the building should be constructed, To-day Prahran practically stands in a similar position. By a concord of misfortunate circum...

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Sewerage Extension in Malvern. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 February 1914

Sewerage Extension in Malvern. At Monday's Malvern Council meet ing, Cr. Carroll, the council's repre sentative on the Metropolitan Board of Works, said the Board had decided to borrow so as to complete certain works, portion of which was to be in the town of Malvern. He would ask the council to take the opportunity of asking Caulfield to join with them so as to get the Gardeners' Creek main sewer continued. The matter was not on the estimates for this year, but they wanted it put on the estimates for next year. The construction of the sewer could be done cheaper in Malvern and Caulfield than in places like Williamstown. Apart from that, the health of the community had to be considered. If they were going to join with Caulfield they could ask the Board to put this sewer on the es timates for next year. Cr. Thomson said they should do all they could to see that every tenement in Malvern was sewered. Cr. Murray spoke in favor of the proposal. They had had a case of typhoid in an unsew...

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Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 February 1914

u:/ Woiing. bI L',WLE. . .Bowlers were to be pitied last Saturday, tfor the. weather .was a s hot Sit. ' eli could be. ,o uncomfort a.,.idc ,"a tiieheat that it made some. lose patielice as : elI as matches. 1iciciimoid Union hanii; a in against RCollingwood. it.U. is one ot the certs l'=e boit?ne we et .utide to North :1i o ito"y ? ielboiiii ie ? ith its rienow ed lamiiiy ot:'astcoe skips, has played iiiiciii)duifiug the' season bu t it has miiissed the libts as flr- as getting into the ho~alsis concerined: Bari knocked o out. ll .1ascoe :b63 to ", ;iaslamn ascoredl6 against E: Mb: P-1iscoe's 21; \;,Wiallaiandl. ~VW:-J .'ascoe tied, whilst U. . ims (.)' 27, put his oppoinent; threp et to the iight about by 10. Northi1 itiroy s99 ,ielbourine - :S. Witlh thie :exceptionoi t Hardi an, 3inio'si-, rink,= Glentiferrie Hill gave a;i erii -Caiulield aiiiubexpectedly bad be itiii; ;tie =.scores being: Glenfeirie. . Ila.' ll ti, to;oit as :also putt to sleep, he ped'iftiinice being cariried ...

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