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Glass, Iron and Stone Clothes now Worn. CLEANED AT HOME IN THE FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914
Glass, Iron and Stone Clothes now Worn. ---+--- CLEANED AT I001 TN THE FIRE. It has remained for the twentieth century to show us thle advantages of garments made of minerals. In credible as it nmay seem, stone, iron, and even glass, are now being manu factured into clothes. The latest n?velty in womnen's dresses is repre sented by robes of spun glass. The cloth comes in shades of white, green, lilac, pink and yellow. The inventor is an Australian, and the goods are as briglit and flexible as silk. The first lady to wear a glass dress ws of royal rank. It was of a delicate shade of lavender shot aith pink, and its peculiar shein re minded observers of the sparkle of diamond dust. The Russians are manufacturing a l.nric from the fibre of a filamen tn-i stone from the Siberian mines haithis said to be of so durable a are that it is practically inde eractible. Tle material is soft to the touch and pliable in the ex treme, and wIen soiled has only to i , placed in a fire to be madle ab ...
Garden Cities. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914
Garden Citles. At the meeting of the St. Kilda Council on Monday evening last, a 'otter was received from The Mini mum Allotment, Anti-Slum and Hous ing Crusade Committee, stating that the Garden Cities and Town Planning Association of Great Britain were sending out a representative to give a series of lectures on town plan ning in Melbourne and other centres in Victoria, and asked for the support and interest of the council to them. Mr. W. R. Davidge (of the London County Council) and Mr. Charles C. Reade, organiser of the Australasian Town Planning Tour, would give a series of lantern lectures. It was decided to grant the use of the town hall free on dates to be fixed in September and October.
Malvern Council. MONDAY, MARCH 2, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914
Malvern Council. MONDAY, MARCH 2, 1914. Present: Mayor Wilson, and Crs. E. Thompson, Weller, R. Thomson, Murray, Devy, Lewis, Wilks, Holmes, and Carroll. Cr. Wilks occupied the mayoral chair, until MIayor Wilson arrived. REFUSE DESTRUCTOR. The City of Hawthorn wrote with reference to the Refuse Destructor Conference, and forwarded copies of draft agreements between the coun cils of Malvern, Hawthorn, Kew and Camoerwell for approval or other wise. The matter was referred to the Legislative Committee. WANDERING CATTLE. The City of Prahran wrote, giving names, of. stray.. cattle officers for Prabran, St. Kilda, and Caulfield, which it was necessary to authorise to seize wandering cattle on Dande nong-road within the council territory. PRAHRAN TOWN HALL FIRE. The Prahran Council forwarded a letter of thanks for expression of sympathy and goodwill in connection with thile recent fire, which destroyed I the new Town Hall, Prahran. TRAMWAY TRUST. .: .lran and Malvern Tramway Trust wrote, e...
A.N.A. visits Council. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914
A.N.A. visits Council. 'lThe president (Mr. F. Lee), secrc tary (Mr. Geo. Fi'itzsinmons), and members of the committee of the 'rahrlan Bralnch of the A.N.A., paid a visit to the Prliraau Council oi Mon- - dlay evening.- The attractio?i:of the visit was ai bromised discussion on -the " T'own HIall site lquestion, which the rattives are rightly interesting them- - selves in; but, ?s it happened, the disc'ussion didn't happen aloig; it lizzled out owing to tliere iot being a full mnuster o? councillors present at thle special meetikg tihat was called to disciss the~ site question. The Natives, however, remained throughout the or (ihniry ileeting of tile council that followed, and appeared to be interest ed listeners to what took place. It is rumored tliat they were pleased with a certain percentage of the municipal oratory, and sick of the remaining per centage. At thie conclusion of .the council meeting, the Natives were the guests of tile Mayor in -the mayoral parlor, and thleir heal...
SOUTH YARRA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914
SOUTH YARRA RIFLE GLUB. The attendances at the last: two:i matches have been quite up to :the Usual standard, and fair weather col ditions have attended us:: on: eilach occasion. The 19th spoon, whic.h was 14 shots at 200 yards, :was woni: by Fi Gates with 65 fromn tlhe should.~ild, which score was ieaten :iy T ::Quayle (66), equalled -by .G'.bhomson (65) and' 1\ Saunders (65) but the laiter iWere on lessl handicap thian Mri. Gates, so ie Succeeded ,in securing. the Pride of place ;II. iBadrljer was the only one besides Mr. Gates to reach the limit; seciuring second iplace, 'ith T. Quayle nelxt- aird - W? SWoa d 7) 6, G ..Thomso i ) , ad -...- . Welis (1) 188 takingi they remaining Points. The- 20th ispoon was won by A. ;Vels, :after a :.:neck and neck finish hthtG. Thomson, wio eas going very strong until he unfortunately got a Inagpie with his ltl: shot which lost him the limit,?as he :lad to give 2 Soints in lhandicap to Mr. \VWells, and Si securing the secondi libsitioil witl . ...
An Overworked Reciter. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914
An Overworked Reciter. Once there was a little: boy l whose: iame was Robert ccce, Aid every Friday afticrioon :hd: hi;l to say a piece. :.'' so mainy poems thus he. leariietl that soon he had -a store. ; Of recitations in his .heaad aid ;tiill kept learning more. : -:.. -..-: .Antd ow this is what ha llielnd t:, was called upon ne weel, . And totally forgot the piece he .w ls about to speak ! .. . His brain he cudgelled. Not a wordi remained within his hiadi ' Andl so lie spoke at randloii, ; lnd this is what.i he said': -My beautilul, my ibeaiutiful, who standest proudly by. It was tile scliooler- I Hesperus-the breaking waves lhished highl ! Wiy is ;the l''ortni crowded ? WhiLt teiiian this stir in HIolom ?. : lulier a spreading heistillLut 'tree twhee is no place like horlne - I StlWhen I t'r-cloii froml her ihoiintnaii leight cried, Twinkle, little star;: Slhoiot if you must this old- gre3y heali, King Ienry of Nak?ire ! ' mihll on. thou deep .and ldark . blue s,.;,lib crag of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914
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St Kilda Rifle Club. TRIANGULAR MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914
St. Kilda Rifle Club. TRIANGULAR MATCH. At Port Melbourne on Saturday a triangular match was fired between St. Kilda, Brunswick and Malmsbury Clubs. The condiions were 13 men a-side to shoot, and the best ten to shoot, 14 shots at 500 yards. The result was a win for St. Kild aftera close go with Brunswick. The country chaps did not find the range altogether to their liking. The fo'lowing were the scores ST. KILDA, P Bayley ... ... 68 A. A. Bartlett... ... 68 :A. 'A. IBayley .. ... 67 R.Machin. .. ... 67 H. McQuade:;Xi. .. 66 S,:J. Vivian ... ... 65 SA.' Armstrong....... 64 J. H. O.:Myers :... 64 -H. N. Blo k-... .. 64 i R. Christopher :. ..: 63 Total ... : ... 656 BRUNSWICK. - G. Moran. ... -... 69 J. Tehony ... .. 68 A Johnston." . 67 J. E yle ...... 66 A. Symons ... ... 64 P. Andr'erson ...... 64 A. Rice ... ... 64 J. Young ... ... 64 W. Smith ... . 64 G. Rice ... ... 62 Total .. .. .652 MALMSBURY. Thompson ... ... 69.. WV. Rose ... .. 68 Sampson .. 63 Christian ... ... 60 Kirby ....
Miniature Rifle Match. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914
Miniature Rifle Match. The South Yarra branch of the A.N.A. held a miniature rifle match at their hall, Toorak road. South Yarra, on March 3, for the Senior Cadets of Area 49A (South Yarra). .The match was divided into two sectiois, one for the 1896 and 1897 :qiotas; and one for the 1898 and 1899 quottis. Thu senior. boys fired through peep sightS, and the junior boyis over the bar.. About 90 boys attended : IA gold -imedal was given for the best shot of the senior boys, and a silver one each for the second and third best shots. The same for the junior boys. Winner of gold medal, senior boys, Col -Serg. McCay, joined 1896. Winder of silver medal, senior boys (2), Cadet W.D. Horner. 1897' Winner silver medal, senior boys (3) Seargt JA. ADavey, 1896. Winner gold meda', junior boys (1). Cidet E. F. B. Gater, 1898. Winner silver medal, junior boys (2), Cadet W. B. Tuddin, i899. Winner silver medal. junior boys (3), Cadet A. W. Oox, 1899. The gold medals .were kindly do nated by South Ya...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914
TA All ~Terio A COTONS AND HOARSNLESBB h er"ng from irritation of the throat Itthe'rseness will be agreeably surprised ealmost immediate relief afforded by heeo "Brown's Bronohial Troches." s.mo. lozenges" are now sold by erspectale chemists in this contry 'Segtroobled ,with a' hacking ounigh, ,,_.t tryth,'m or bronchial affections '0letr, them too soon, as similar 'OB P llowe to progress, result in ?5 thatlbeu Onary andAsthmatic affections ?i ~?s Slknature of John I. Brown & 5 O every wraiper.-Prepared by . Brown Son, Boston, U.S.A. S' Elanpot, 33, Farringdon road, Lo.n So' K Ilao 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 an...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914
SLYRIC Theatre, ESPLANADE, ST. KILDA. CThe Buttcrflics I EVERY EVENING, Wet or Fine. At 8.30. STAR PICTURES INCLUDIaG THE LYRIC GAZETTE. I Prices, 2/-, 1/6, 1/- and 6d. TELEPHONE 34'4 Wirlsir St. Kilda Esplanade. -THE DANDIES Every Evening at 8.30. ?, ,, ,, ,prr-? ,, 7 SST. KILDA ESPLANADE ?'/[ EVERYv EVENING 8 30 O'Clock. H. N. Gregory's Musical Costume Comedy Co. Daffodils The A PACH ES Dance By MISS FREDA CUTHBERT and MR. TOM PRESTON. '2I? Prices--is. 6d. (Saturdays, 2s.), ls. and 6d. Box plan at Allan's and Van Breda Floral Studio. Saturdays, from 4 p.m. Other nights from 7.30 p.m. at Theatre. 'Phone, Windsor, 3506. Managing Director ... J. SUTTON CROWV. I I • i I /: DEAFNESS, NOISES IN THE HEAD, &c., positively cured by Har ley's Ear Lotion. This new Remedy goes right to the actual seat of the disease, aigd ]as effected such remark able cures that the greatest hope is Iheld out to all sufferers, no matter how bad or long-standing the case may be. ONE BOTTLE WILL CURE an...
To Seize Stray Cattle. JOINT ARRANGEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914
To Seize Stray Cattle. JOINT ARRANGEMENT. atthe meeting of Prahran council on Monday evening last the Pths and gardens committee (Or Ellag, chairman) brought up the Sortatg recommendation "That the following officers be 'Ppointed for the purpose of seizing cL:tle found wandering in Dande nongroad, in the city of Prahran, Win. H. Lacey, York street, Prabran; Michael H. McInerney, 9 Charles street, St. Kilda; Geo. S. Kent, Park Crescent, Caulfield; W. Barnes, Malvern." The recommendation was agreed to, This is the result of an agreement rtrived at between the councils of Prahran, St. Kilda, Caulfield and Malvern which will pass a similar elution, empowering their respec tie rangers to enter each other's tritory in Dandenong road and Ppound stray cattle. To do this ?fre a mutual arrangement was ?ttived at would have meant an t?. declaration of war i She.. dreamed last night that ytu bought me a new hat. ale.Well, that's the first dream a bat that didn't cost me anything.
Vote of Thanks to Cr Barnet. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914
Yote of Thanks to Cr Barnet. At the meeting of the St. Kilda City Council on Monday evening last a vote of thanks was passed to Cr Barnet, the council's representative on the Prahr.n and Malvern Tram waysTrust. Cr Barnet briefly ac knowledged the compliment. There is no doubt about it that Cr Barnet has proved himself a keen, intelligent and enthusiastic Tramway Trust representatave on behalf of his council. Whether it has been through his influence or not, the St. Kilda Council can be said to have managed its tramway concerns with infinite credit:
Tramway Revenue Returns. FEBRUARY STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914
Tramway Revenue Returns. FEBRUARY STATEMENT. The Prahran and Malvern Tram ways Trust has issued the following statement of traffic returns for the month of February, 1914 Car miles, 142,447; corresponding month last year, 57,701. Increase, 8&,746. Passengers carried, 1,335 963 corresponding month last year, 579 303. Increase, 756,660. 7 .Ktvehnue, £9,097 5s too; corrTs ponding month last year, L3,7'3 12s 7d. :.Increase,(5 383 i3s 3d.
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914
To the Editor. Sir,-In your report of the discus sion at the A.N.A. meeting on Wed nesday, in reference to the removal of the Town Hall, I am credited with saying that Mr McNaughton was not a ratepayer of the city of Prahrau. These remarks referred to Mr S.H. Watson. My words were-" Mr Watson is not a ratepayer of Prah ran, as he resides in Malvern, and therefore cannot yote if a referendum is taken on the removal of the hall." Kindly correct this in your next issue, and oblige. Yours obediently, TH03. G. L. SCOTT. 146 Chapel street, Windsor, 5th March, 1914. [Our reporter's notes are to the effect that Mr MoNaughton's name was used. All the same, it is evident that a mistake has crept in somehow. In his letter to Cr Scott it will be seen that Mr McNaughton complains about being criticised "in his absence." Ilow could that, to a certain extent, at all events, be avoided ? Did Mr McNaughton ex pect his change of site scheme-as read out by Mr Watson, and who was placed in a sadly unen...
Prahran A.N.A. and Town Hall Site. Mr McNaughton and Cr Scott To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 7 March 1914
Prahran A.N.A. and Town Hall Site. Mr McNaughton and Cr Scott To the Editor. Sir,-In'your last issue, in a repor' of a meeting at the Prahran A.N.A Hall, you quote Cr Scott as stating he was sorry I was not a ratepay:r of Prahran, as I would be unable to vote on the question of change of site of City Hall. I have no desire for sympathy from Cr Scott, but merely facts, especially on a question of ratepaying, in respect of which a sta:ement from.a councillor is looked upon as official. I enclose copy of my letter to Cr Scott, which, in justice to-myself, I think should be inserted with this letter. I am, &c., : F. McNAUGHTON. Mandeville Crescent, Toorak, 4th March, 1914. (COPY). Cr T. G. L. fcott. Dear sir,-I observe by THeE CHRONICLE you stated -at a meeting 1 was not a ratepayer of the city of Prahran. Apart from the question of taste in discussing the position of a citizen and presumed friend, especially when not present to defend himself, I draw your attention to the state...
SUBMARINE EXPLORATION. LATEST ADVANCE IN THE DIVER'S ART. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
SUBMARINE EXPLORA TION. +- LATEST ATVAN'E: IN THE DIVER'S ARIT. : )ihi in quite receint tiimes,.h is the ilihers art made an'i real pro g, lty the inventionii of -Slpecial livers', suits. allordling air-tiglht p-,tection front the water, and sup jlying Lhe lliii- i t ihi ?ii; t lr l ngth oi i hose. n n iiti - r iith the sirifce. with the aii required foir hl' te advllnci hiw e lievier is a se:inarine sledge, for thie- dlescirill lin ilf which wt i'are iindebteil Lto • i, Berlin c rre. il Lden lt lof. t ,,,ciintific . n erica li"' - . Itha heen "cý h nev an id Conistricltedl by. he in-. rehntrs of at slpleudid selelf-cotiuiled. livi , lW ift. The sledge is iinlend-. i Ito l ue iwed It i miotor I?iit, aud on which the (liver glides 'cont foriulllt to anlld f at.i the bottolii of the sea. steerinig his velhicle ver ially is well as la iterally.' The simarinrle sledge, which great - i-ria.,es the calpacities of divers, is iltlnill el to convey' the iman rail dly fron one place. to an!ot...
Scientific Puzzles. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
I-Scientific Puzzles. -: E.veryone- kiiwos that the dinanim d is" oiii cha c itoi cirystal ized; but I !,ere arre a gi?at nmany ot her things in Nal'ire- l.it, ...tho'gh possesi-ig -Awid c-V.:"llT hio: i i ' prties. are c . Lposeled ofs cctly eqiual qiuantitites 4f the same .elmo-iits; ;j'he-hit. of an eigg and rattl snn oisoi I re forimed of ident: Clly ;Ithle same namounts of 1:e 'sani e -elemn tts. - . -":_'hci of oroses and common cal :gas aire cich -T formed iilike, both ber ingig-coiiiposed of four?titoims of hi drogeni aT four .atonms. of tarln. S.-Sgar: giidg i? i-arai bic .are like. nwise ;bro?others of .t.li -silie weight and tetiure. - : I.,Allthe -,li drocarlbiois,' iiown t 0 sclence : as. i- h conmbiiiition of i.x tes, te tom? s ;of 1hydrogen and Ini atoi of c i rbon are alike in Ih ir coimiposition. - To'i enitiieri teo- som : ,Oil of .orarigc,.lcinon, cloves. ginger, and b tlack peiper.. -l'heisu-gested. e xlainatiiin o tlheS pectili rities .is thit the .atoms are pia...
[?]own Profession. A CHAT WITH A CATTLE DENTIST. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
nown Profession. ---+--»- A CHAT WITH A CATTLE DENTIST. "Yes, I dare say it does seem i queer occupation-; but I have earned a good living at it for over thlil. years, and it was the only busine. my father ever followed." The profession referred to t is that of a horse and cl.ittle lden?isl and, when pressed for some larti culars regarding it, the. speaker su,. gested that the interviewer shonlllt accompany him -to :the next farI, where he would probailly ave an opportuniity.. of seeing. hiim at wo., On arriving there; it.i was sim evi. ldent thatl; theh dentiist, iml his er rand i wero well. known. . foir the far. iter came out to .Ilet him. ald at once. led -`the way to the shilipeni and stables. Going up to one: of 7 the horses, the visitor 'opened its. mouith, and, Iftcr a brief glance inside, told the far 'ier to. hold it open, and i an in raediblvy; short ;space of time two ig r otten teeth .were lying on the floor. Strange to. say, the anlimal iid. not 'Yexhibitý much signs o...