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Freemasons' Scholarship. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914

Freemasons' Scholarship. The King Edward VII. Memirial Freemasons' scholarhip for 1914 for Victoria has been awarded to Master Laurance S. Horton, son of Mr E. J. Horton, the well-known architezt, of Union street, Malvern. Master Horton was a pupil at Spring road State school. He will continue his studies at onoteh College.

Publication Title: Prahran Chronicle
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CRICKET. ST. KILDA v. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914

UlIO.KFT. ST. KILDA v. RICtHMOND. Thie seasiders. were very intent on winining this mn,.tchl, which was com ilenced oil thle local grdound on Satur day .last, as they have to. win their rena iing two imatclhes -to ensure a place in the:final fdui'. St. Kilda won tihe toss, and; of coourse,jbitted first. As in .the case of thle match against PraIiran, tihe scoring on the local side. wras very-unevenl, thile samle twomen, Hotchiln 'and" Lord being. mainly re jIonsibie for the orulis. W\itli three wickets :lown lfor :iS, things looked rath!ei gloomy, but -on HIotchin and Lord biecoming, associated, a dillierent comin6ixion ::was put on the game. Nei eitlelss, wyitli? ?ix w-ickets down fior 131 ins tings did not look at a?l blight lal, though Lord, wlo started very slowily,: was i::lieginning to make runs a a good liace. Ivory at the end of the innings. made -28 not out, and rept up an end, while Lord made the runs. Thelilatter, who is not a good judge of-a run, was unfortunately run ou...

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PRAHRAN COURT. MONDAY, MARCH 2. Before Messrs. M'Kinnon (Chairman), Curwen-Walker, Martin, Bangs, and Captain Russell, J's.P. RAILWAY PROSECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914

PHIAThAN COURT. MONDAY,: MARCH 2. Before Messrs. M'Kinnon.(Chairman), Curwen-Walker, Martin, Bangs, and Captain Russell, J's.P. RAILWAY PROSECUTIONS. Harold Morris, of Armadale, charged with travelling in a first-class carriage with a second-class ticket, was fined 7/6, with 7/6 costs. John D. Evans, East Melbourne, similar charge, fined 5/-, with 7/6 costs. Har riet McLaughlin, no ticket, fined 2/6, with 7/6 costs. Ernest Waters, Ar madale, over-riding journey, fined 2/6, with 5/- costs. Chas. Ponder, first class on second-class ticket, fined 7/6, with 5/- costs. Joseph Rodgers, Launching Place, similar charge, fined same amount and costs; as also were Elizabeth Wilson, Windsor; Reginald Pickett, Dandenong; Frank Roberts, Malvern. George O'Leary, travelling without a proper ticket, fined 20/-, with 12/6 costs. Henry Davis, using obscene language in train near South Yarra, fined £2, with 10/- costs, a charge of offensive behaviour being withdrawn. James Weimass, using insulting word...

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Upholsterer. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914

Upholsterer. Mr Jas. G. Dow, upholsterer, mattress maker and French polisher, of 551 Chapel street, South Yarra, inserts a business announcement in this issue. Mr Gow was formerly employed at the Chas. M. Read Stores, and he is recognised as a thoroughly expert wvorkman. He also carries on other departments connected with the trade, including the making of blinds, &c. Also, carpets are made, beaten and re-laid.

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Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914

Bowling. BY ?IuW??R. Trile pennant mnatches last Saturday were played under pleasant conditions, and as the covetel goal is being neared interest is -icreasing in pro portion. Altlhough S.M.CC . was .de feated by C??iilibrviel it still is one of the certainties> for the:finals, as also. Sare Riclimond :Union,: Canteibury and M.C.C. In Section 2, Footscray defeated Mal vern-Caullield by 109 to 72. Richmond Union settled the pre tensions of Melbourne on tlhe latter's own -gree ?tn at Wiidsor .:by the sub stantial quantity of 34, the total scores showing RichinondUJilon 120 and Mlel bourne 86. The visitors were on top at all rinka. :E: M. Pascoe, Williams, Frank Dunhlam and Upton did best for Melbourne, being beaten by only one point. Essendon v\isited Malvern, and re turned hom'e vanquished by 93 to 84. Swain, Alway, Riddell and Jessup (skip) made a name for themselves by downing the other fellows by 11. Peacock, McLennan, Robinson and Madden, 24 to 16; Norris, Heriot, Wild; E. Cla...

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ROYAL O. T. ORR LODGE, M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914

._.YiAL O. T. ORR LODGE, MU.I.O.0.F. The opening of the new lodge room was celebrated by the above nlodge with a very pleasant evening on Wednesday ;ast. The new lodge room is situated in Qrandview grove, East Prahran, just off High street. Unfortunately the officers of the Order were unable to be present, but were represented by Director Macrae Stewart. The District Officers were present, also a number of Past District Officer·, and a number of visiting brethren, In response to the toast, the Grand Master and Boar d, Director Stewart complimented the Lodge on having obtained such an excellent lodge room, and wished the lodge every sucLess. District Grand Master Speary re sponded to the toast of the District Officers, and also congratulated the lodge on the splendid a-commoda tion it now had for lodge work, and said that no doubt the lodge would proscer in its new spher e. Past D G.M. Jcnes, on behalf of the Past Distriot Office-s, wished the Lodge every succes. Bro. C. Padgett, L-y...

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St. Kilda City Band. Grant by St. Kilda Council. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914

St. Kilda City Band. Grant by Si. Kilda Council. At tile meeting of tile St. Kilda Louncil onl Mionuay evening last, Cr. bfarnet introduced a deputation froniom the.St. KCilda.City Band to seel: tih cumcnc's assistane e in illaintaining tile. banld atits p)resent :standafrd:-.:; Aim'. A. Apps swiid lie thouglhl the' w1.c i al ware tiiat tife, dhiadhad tw·, eeLiligs i to .i?1?? h?iii .-devise soli means' o1: getting bun i £10o1 th band: klter conlsideraioii; it' w d? c"deided toi at ofi the .council, -anid asi for ,a. furtl her su u si d, ,::i: addition: ti the £:40 they already received. -'illiey:- hlad a band in St K(ilda that they bslioullbe proud of; -anidl:: lihe thouglhit .th?y-were fairly etiiitled to bonme ;?rtlh?e-co biderition Thiley ::reteived nothii? g from the tramwiy ciampaniies, ad if the council could nlot see its: way clear to grant an increase: he 'wvoiuld ask them to use their: iniluence to try aiid get some remunerationi from those iodies. The Balliarat Prahilran ...

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An Indian Boy's Novel Nap. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914

An Indian-Boy s INove!- Npi I lElinent m-edical meni, as-~ni doubt. :o, n: of our ;.-ealdrs i li??i i ra-icd. hi-te lately laid- claimit -lfo-i ving in 5ventted ii enttirely- iiew ii-net?i·-od f iinducing - sleep;;;·jriefnely descriled, it. consists of-i sitably arireanged I erl-inif-fslieci-al -ip?iatus; :whereby I lesonis suflcrinig froiim insomnnia are indiiceid to le ,th s?e,?ial i-, i i., i rts being i , -?,rringement of -I i~jis Vil s.to -give Fi?n- coinuil I ih : f.- ciold I ?.it os\- e the fore i' ild 'i tle Isiti,.iht l-t? the ii "'cii ..-shun lii i-" l o?d'..s e esnc s'fiil ith ??ec ii e 0 doubt Iha it is I ni niios..ia, newi one 1i iproved s liiei folloh intg ,articlc .. Indeel;: it is i itl? mt i s as nicie nt a? :practice :in. Indiuias is the :history ot tht~ wiso drous I a dl " il-tie iiniontilin stationsof Iotdia, ,whiic ire inhabibmitod by," Europeans, lti?lt-l l the -TI t lim-layii-R-itiage, linen is: tis:l is.: shedi ly w:-omen "(na tie) in -,iliiill urtifici illy ...

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Deaths of Old Prahran Residents. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914

Deaths of Old Prahran Residents. Mr Paul Henry Nihill, a very old resident of Prahran, died at his residence, " Kinkora," Punt road, o Thursday, st the age of 87 Years, Deceased. who was the father of Dr J, E. Nihill, was formerly well knowvn in Fioders Lane. Heleaves three daughters and one son. Mr Edward Benton, of La Trobe street, Windc'sor, died on Friday at the advanced age of 94 years. He had been a resident of the district for many years, and was known to members of the Prahran Pioneers' Association. The deceased leaves over 100 descendants. On Monday last Miss Annie Chads, of Essex street, Prahran, who has been a resident of the dis. triot for many years, passed away, The deceased lady, who was highly respected, was perhaps best known in connECtion with her work as a member of the Salvation Army. For thirty years she has been a loyal and consistent soldier of the Prahras Corps, and for 25 years has been an honored and usetul worker in the young peop'e's corps. '"o use the wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914

Tel. 1294 Windsor. MITCHELL & TAYLOR, Estate Agents. 394 Chapel Street, South Yarra. ®': The Home of the Prahran and Windsor S ! Ladies' Tailoring. Special Reductions this month. S£5/5/- Blue Twill Costumes now £4/4/ ) All other prices £1/1/- less. J. SRERMAN, Lyric Theatre Buildings, Chapel=st., Prahran. Z. Glassel ART WIG MAKER, LADIES' HAIR DRESSER - and HAIR SPECIALIST - 342 Chapel-street, Prahran JOHN MCDONNELL, - Opposite Read's, - J Wishes to inform the Ladies of Prahran and surrounding districts FARRIER, that he has taken over the entire Stock in Trade of Practical Horses:Shoer, "MAISON CHARLES," Clarence Street, Prahran, And will be pleased to see any Customers of theirs at his splendidly Of Malvern Road. Opp. Hopkins. appointed rooms. 28 Years' Experience. Wigs, Transformations, Fringes. Late of Sydney, Africa, Broken Hill and West Australia A great specialty in Ready-made Switches. All classes of Firstclass Work only CONSULTATIONS FREE. done. If. your Hair is fall...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914

'?, Cal/ at the Office of this Paper -FOR PRINTING of Every Description I" Easthbourne Street, Windsor. GLOBE DYE WORKS. •-.. 8Save the Cost of Winter Outfits by DRY CLEANING or DYEING the Dark Shades now Fashionable. J[- i_. Ladies' Costumes Cleaned from ···5/ THE GLOBE Ladieos' Costume Dyed _ _ from .. ... 5/6 / Ladies' Blouses Cleaned .... S from ... ... /3 ] Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned from ... .. 4/ r -Gentlemen's Stuits Dyed L// from ... .... ... 5 6 Gloves COeanel Odorless :3c 'pr Lace Curtains and other Furnishings Cleaned and Dyed, FURS REMODELLED Ostrich Feathers Cleaned and Dyed all the New and Fashionable bhades. RECEIVING OFFICES: 27 CHAPEL STREET, near Windsor Station; 156 IREVILLE STREET, near Town Hall; TOORAK ROAD, two doors South Yarra Station; OLENFERRIE R.D, Malvern. High St, WINDSOR, I door from ('hapel St. TEL. 170o6 WINSDOB. Works-4o, 4a, 44 Ellis St., S. Yarra, oflChapel St. Phone 1755, Windsor Ex. SAW AND MOULDING MILLS, DUKE STREET, WINDSOR, Opp, FAL.LON's, D...

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Hunting Treasure in Deep Sea Automobiles. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914

Hunting Treasure in Deep Sea. Automobiles. I:1 TAKING HINTFS I 1OM MOTO, CARS, AEROI'L AN E, A i 1) HYDROPLJANI1N ." . . l' "LItMA.L" INVENTOR _M1AKI ES ..IT 1'AS. ANDt SAVE FO',Ot lI 1VEl TO l 'lThec fasciTnations of i0ie-lii-seai-tre:I sure hunting .aire inlspiring: iiinveiltor. to make -snuclic .expliratio.ii leiiS :ihazardous and I liore npolit ale: than they lhave. -proved .ihitherto... Ai .:oi xby the ordinar .diing cost.lul. ';id it's .metal helimet aid le-ilen" boots, . searchers 'for "this 'or t 4if trxbas'ire hive aieitrately- chated . scttil .; of Iia lces 'lhre' thle ocenli's Ilottoii ist strewli with - the: precious cargoes of shipls that i avle- been . wrecked oand Ssunk;i.all ailong -down the ages of the rChristiain era, and even exirlier; A iA...ianii firx m--7nessrs. Drneger x ierk, of Lubeck-have_ profted by ]hints affordled by the automnilile, the aero laine, and the hydropixlne to perlfect' it deep-sea, vehicle for the xdivet "e clculated to accoi'plish Iiprett?v...

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St. Kilda Court. TUESDAY, MARCH 3. Before the Mayor (Cr. O'Donnell), and Messrs. Smithwick and Willis, J's.P. ALLEGED SUSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914

T-Ur~uau, mnncItill 3. Iefore the iuayor (Ur. O'Donnell),l and 1Messrs. Smitlwilck and Wilis, J's.P. ALLEGED SUSPECT. ' George BrooKs was charged with nelng a suspected person toltering- u a puolic place. Mr. :'. B. Fogarty appeared for _..h ji defence. Frederick J. Green, a supervisor ia. the employ of the Melbourne Moto:. , Omninus Company, stated that at 1j p.m. on the mnght of February 26, hl was carrying out his duties on the. Upper Esplanade. . He saw accuseS and another man acting suspiciously in the crowds who were boarding the buses. H-le-saw accused's hand come trom the side of a man's trousers, and hand something to another man. A constable was sent for, and Con stable Allan came up and watched. 'Ihe constable next asked accused why he did not get on the bus, and accused said it was too full. Two ouses started off, but defendant did not get on either. The other man, alleged to be accused's companion, got on a bus and went away. Constable Allan said he saw so. cused's righ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914

SATURDAY, MARCH 7 FOR ?, SBirthday & Wedding Presents You have the Widest Selection at > PHILLIPS JEWELLERY CORNER ii. i - Do not Do not fail fail :- to to . Call and See Call and See our our New New S' - Shop. SCHAPEL and GREEN STREETS, WINDSOR. SCall and see our Show of Jewallery ani Electro Plate ani compare : .Prices with any other House in Melbourne. HINDRANCES TO HEALTHI such as dyspepsia, biliousness, loss of appetite, torpid liver, consti pation, sick-headache, and other evidences of a derangement of the organs of digestion and secretion, may be easily and successfully REMOVED by means of the far famed family medicine Beecham's Pills. For three generations this medicine has been helping people to get rid of all sorts of digestive and allied disor ders and, to-day, it is acknowledged to be the first of all the remedies of its kind. What it has done fc: others it may reasonably be expect ed to do for you. That recurrent touch of indigestion, liver or kidncy trouble ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914

5O7LD VER7EYW Auction Sales of Furniture and Property a specialty.--- DI KENSON & FORSTER (E. J. Forster, Sworn Valuator). Auctioneer & Estate Agents Rents Collected. Insurances Effected. Loans Negotiated. Only Address " 99 CHAPEL STREET. --- TEL.: WINDSOR 111. IMPOR~TANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Phone Ill20 Malvern. dOHN A. REID DAIRYMAN, B.?geto notify the Residents ot St. Kilda, Elsternwick and surrounding Dstricts, that he has purchased the business la'ely carried on by and known as JONES' DAIRY, 51 Allison St., Elsternwick, 0o 0- Fresh Milk Twice Daily. Scalded Cream always on hand. Picnics and Parties Supplied. The fav3ur of your Patronage Respactfully Solicited. Reductions for Large Quantities. lgpr L. LIeur1, Barrister and Solicitor, 161---- Greville Street, Prahran A4nnonunces that he has purchased the practice of Mr. W. E. BRUNT, ai may bhe consulted at the abova address Trust Moneys to Lend. R. W. Kingham, GENERAL BOOKBINDER, Binder to the Prahran Public Library for ...

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Special Meeting Fiasco. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914

Special MIeeting Fiasco. It is to be rcgrdtted that the special meeting of thbd Prahran Council called for Monday evening last at 7.30 to consider the Town Hall site fizzled out as it did. The peculiar part of the business was that while so many councillors thought it so terribly inconvenient to attend at 7.30 or thereabouts, there was a full muster of 12 at the ordinary meeting of the oouncil that followed. It is very evident that a few minutes in the life of a Prahran councillor is overshadowed with a vast importance -more often than not in and around the vicinity of the evening meal and the evening newspaptr ! Cr Den sham was one of three to signthe request for a special call of the council ! He arrived after the special meeting had been adjoutrned!l If it were not that he business concerned was of a serious and -:important character, one could enjoy a right down good laugh at Cr Densham as a humorist ! Think of it. He calls a meeting for half-past 7, and 'polls up" half an hour ...

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Government Objects to Tramway throuh the Park. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914

Government Objects to Tramway through the Park. The State Government has given consideration to a proposal made by the Prahran Council for permission to extend the High street eleLtrio tramway from the St. Kilda road intersection through Albert Park to the west beach, St. Kilda, and has refused to grant the request. The reason for the objection was that the Government was opposed to the in troduction of tramways into the parks of Melbourne. The Prahran Council recently, on the initiative of Cr Naylor, recently decided to wait on the Premier (Mr Watt) n regard to the matter, and at the meeting of the Council on Monday evening Mr John Romanis, Town Clerk, read the following copy of a letter he had sent to the Premier on the subject "I am instructed by the Mayor and Councillors of the city of Prah ran to invite your attention to what is considered a public grievance in connection with our tramway service between Prahran, Malvern and the St. Kilda beach. At the present time, on hot days...

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Trades Marine Excursion. Prahran, St. Kilda and South Yarra. Talks about the People. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914

Trades Marine Excursion. Prahran, St. Kilda and South Yarra. Talks about the People. Wednesday last was the day set apart for the annual marine excursion' of thle cdmbined Prahrah, St. Kilda and South Yarra Clubs, and every thling.passed ofl very well indeed. !:The Hygeila carried tie ?- :average number of excursionists to Sorrenlto,: :-wlihere. favored with thb lihesaC weatlier con-' ditions, everybody p.assed a d'ecidealy' enjoyable time. The voyage to aid from Sorrento was uneventful, except that on the trip down, Cr. Barnet was cracking up St. :KIilda, until his lung power prac ticallygave out. Then Prahran scored! On- arrival at Sorrento the excur sionists hastened with- all. speed, to the park, where the favorite picnic nooks were-seized with avidity, and huge hampers were unpacked, as if one's life-depended upon it HIot water, tea,-milk and sugar were provided gratuitously, and the refresh ment. committee had a busy time in looking after the wants of the picnic kers. . - As t...

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BIG HEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914

BIG HEAD. \ prosperous farmer hps gaiied tlie re'Ptation of Ibeing .the stingiest man in his town, and. conseqiently is lot a general favourite with: his elcighbours. He owns an old ::horse ahich, to put it mildly, is verv.thiin. AS if to make up for the lack of flesh on its body,' ho;iaever, the ani Sal has a head many sizes too large for it. Of courise, people ilk abllout the hotrse, irid the ow'ner dlesn't like it. -Last 'week, -for ilstalce he went to the expense of l ew collar for the laniimail: A very few minutes aifter lth 'e liiery he was back l;.at the sadldler's Oitl the collar. "Dlon't you knoi- nothin :?' he hlurted out. "You,'e made it too a?l..- I. can't get it over his Ihend " . --.. "OVer his head !'' reiterated' the addler. t "Mn al-ie,: litc.t vasn't gnde to go over his hlead. :Back ha1 into it ! _ .French colonies and dependenacies i1it: PDuats of the world have an !rea of four mision square miles, a-nd a Population of 40 millions. 3liss Daisie :rving writing in "...

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Salvation Army, Prahran. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914

Salvation Army, Prahran. Harvest thanksgiving services will be held at the Prahran Salvation Army Hall, Victoria street, all day to-morrow, when Major Harlow, assisted by Adjutant Parsons (th local officer) will conduct the meet ings. The hall has been beautifully decorated for the occasion. On Monday evening the Indepen dent Church choir will provide an interesting programme. On Tuesday the young people will render the programme, and on Wednesday the harvest thanksgiving festivities will be concluded with a splendid Scotch night. It is anticipated that all the meet ings will be largely attended.

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