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THE LAST OF THE OSPREYS. A BEAUTIFUL PEN-PICTURE OF A BEAUTIFUL BIRD. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914

THE.~ LAST~ OF THE OS'PREY~-- ' A BEAUTIFUL PiN-rPIOTURE OF A " BEAUTIFUL BIRD-' (J;orious, victorious, robed in splcn douri. rose the golden, fire-spread sun. Irofling back the dank misty niglht mists in fumes of ruby ga uze. .?idl" touching the estuary with a magic sword of flame, so that from a dead, dumb waste of shallows it spread abroad. leaping athwart the miles, a carpet of glimmering cloth of gold 'for the jewelled feet of dawn to cross unsoiled. Then he came-yea, out of the silun came he-coal-black against that st:' pendous glare-on great scimitar wings \whichi moved not, neither didl they quiver-sailing, sailing, sub. lime, effortless;': superb , son of tile day. inSuch -wai the osprey, the fish hawk of tihe t\mericans, the mullet hawk of ancicnt : Sussex., the liegend-bearer o. ".'ii anim? widind that had brought the.swallows frolm India, the chiff thia:fHboirm Morocco, the cuckoo from 'Vies . Africa, had brou::ht him riiom oh, anywhere, since he was a itizen of the worl...

Publication Title: Prahran Chronicle
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WHY COMPETITION WAS KEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914

WHY GOMPETITION- WAS .KEENR Sir Ioanld Cw r re, hi mil ulioniari .hliioinewrn sas?foned of bintrtingi-lg ianou:s ;:peop? cl olhis shits h diisar r·iouil of theii frik n iip oas he his if lii. nsah ent oncollection? of pa. tiurean s other ait threamiires Sir Io niidl ias: once ca~6iht narppigr 'iiii,,~Gii-'nt a (uatt~n fiitic oh !o.d y uction onsre onfe -ocsin ai a. lirtiin avith the naem, Duthottar "t.le-orntely, cgnred upon iti H -diieided to- purchase it, amil -in: stacted ant commission awen to ? bil it ait arny icost. The agent started the bidding at mi and was sburprised to hesr an ofli r inell-known dealer double hism ,id;: and so on until there camie the closming bid of £670. A rumour neat rounl thit the secret of the h leen 'vnelietition lay in the falct that the .holgorly was hpollow wtl was fillod aOtintesh-in d Gro verenmeat secalri lin fct- of the muatteinto af that Sir L wiltr forgettinpg that iy hlai al rav commmissioned one igent o iiiilthsiS the chair for him, hal in...

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Prahran Rifle Club's Smoke Night. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914

I ,r ran Rifle Clu 's SNight. The thirteenth annual. s~ ght and distribution of prizes took p'ae-,e - at the club's rooms in York-street on " Thursday week. As was expected, a 'large gathering of those interested in rifle shooting in general, and the Pralran Club in particular, filled nearly every available seat in the room. The attendance wvas close on 100. The tables were tastefully decorated by lady friends of members, and the ceiling was almost covered with bunt ing. A splendid programme was carried out, tile first item being a song by Mr. W. C. Saunders. Next came the distribution of prizes won during the year, followed by a song by Mr. S. Gilmour, and next one of Mr. Sang ster's very funny songs, "It's a Funny - Feeling, Isn't It?" This kept the audi- . ence in a simmer of laughter, and for an encore Mr. Sangster gave "I Asked For," another good comic. Mr. Walker sang "Thora" very nicely in deed, and was even better in his en core iteim, "Queen of tihe Earth." Mr. Jones (the m...

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LAMPERTI'S SODA-WATER "SHAKE." [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914

LAVLPERTI'S SODA-WATER " SHAKE." -?i9hamie 4ibani, who has decided to retire into private life after a profes sional career extending over forty years, studied, as Miss Lajeunesse, in Milan under Lamperti, "the prince of siliging-masters." Iamperti. wrote a whole treatise on the ocal "shake." and dedicated i't "f' ." adame Albani. but the tirst ptiibli u-se of-. thil diflicult musical oni lmIut by Miss Lajeunesse was n: :a success. ce::! le-liated musician, indeed, felt ct.~ ?sti?iied to contide to Lamperti h-Iise"r? ?ioor opinion of the young puipt',s ha'si ke." --.Neve. r--mind," was Lamperti's c'pily?;v'"she'll do it in good. time. Wlne's like a bottle of soda-water ; I ihai' oniy. to let go the corl, and out it codmles." It i.a; Lamperti .who advised the yonii 'Cii.aiailian to drop the name I jeuknemsse and adopt the Italian niamnle Albani.--" Westminster Ga zetto." French laughter is criticism, ringing clear and metallic, with none of the half-tones of sentiment and sympa thy w...

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AMUSEMENTS Luna Park. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914

AMUSEMENTS Luna Park. \\ith its enormous pleasure ground -and its multifarious side shows haLuna Park has been a popular place at resort during the holihdays. What rtcIknown as thrlling acts are being constantly added. DeCarrio repeats his daring evolutions on the top of a pole 120 feet high, while Calvert gives a clever display on the high wira. Tiny _ TownI--treresta.zeyr.-. lody. The motor drome Is another of the seasatiunal draws" of the Park, and altogether the season is sroving a highly successful one.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914

AUCTIO . To-day, 3rd January, 1914. MAHONY Estate. THE GARDEN OF S... 29 Quarter blocks, also two Delightful Bungalows, Five minutes' easy walk from Station. Every Block faces a made Road. T MS. .: Fro 10 Deposit; Balance: Eight Quarterly Paents. Interest 5 per cent. Glorious Views. Livaly Fern Gullies. Eve y Block has Easterly aspect. 2. per cent. Discount for Cash in one month Plans and Further Details of these Charming Estates from : ': ; _- . " ,ni MARSHALL 0 LANGRIDG,- . AUCTIONEER, and SUBDIVISIONAL 1 ..AU.C ln ONEER, M lSP ECIALISTS. : 331 Collins Street, IMelbourne. Telephone 796. -"+ r o .* v ^ * * * n s e e,«iiu n e eehn 89 ;++?. .?_w _.9iy+++? ,virikj m iii-. *?'"?++' +* - *^s^'^'fe^-.:..!^--?+_ ? +.,?^-+-.,+++Cj'.. A.N.A. DAY, 26th Jan, 1914 Lockwood Estate BELGRAVE. , Half to 10-acre Blocks, with Frontages to the Monbulk Creek. TERMS from £2 Deposit. £1 monthly. : - No interest. MARSHALL & LANGRIDGE, Auctioneer and Subdivisional Specialists, 331 Gollins Stryeet,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914

The Christian Brothers' College, St. K(llda.: There was a large and representative attendance at the-annual "break up" of the Christian Brothers' College, St. Kilda, which took place in the St. Kilda Town Hall.. The chair was occupied by the Very Rev. T. Lynch, who subsequently made an interesting speech, and distributed the prizes. This College has long held a proud position in the communityby reason of successes achieved in the world of education by its pupils; many of whom, having reached manhood's estate, now hold leading positions in the professional, commercial, and other branches of public life in the State. This year's annual report-like those thathave preceded it, unassuming and quiet in tone, telling unostentatiously of some of the achieve! ments of the year-was of an interesting character, and spoke generally of the system adopted at the College. We extract the following paragraph As the result of a favourable report, submitted after a personal visit by inspectors of the ...

Publication Title: Prahran Chronicle
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Prahran Council's Loan. THE OFFICIAL FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 3 January 1914

Prahran Council's Loan.   THE OFFICIAL FIGURES. At last Prahran council meeting the following statement was presented in connection with the raising of the loan of £32,500, at 4½ per cent., re- payable in instalments between 1914 and 1934— Total applications, £86,800. Minimum price, par. Amount applied for over minimum, £81,400.   Average price of whole of tenders, £100 4s 6d. The total actual proceeds of the. loan amounted to £32,572 17s. Less commission, brkerage, &c., £631 17s. Leaving a total of £31,941. SNet amount receiVed per £100, ?98 5s 7d.

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A PLEA FOR THE ART OF PROFANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

A PLEA FOR TilE ART OF PROFANITY. 'Tihe Atlantic Monthly"' contains a hlnmtorous apologih for .what. tht iwriter calls thi lost ;ait of ,pro'an itt. I1ic s-vY: "Wilitever imay Ie its history as .i !prn:0iie. Die true. psychological fune ti-n of profanlity is just this: to offcr to thli peoturlCed spirit~ an out let; for the mnergy which his provoca lion whaiatever it miny be; has aro:is ii. it itnit;ura-l out.let for the ener g' .:thu-s pro-voked would, of course, be some tact of retaliatory violence. S"i'ndertstood, 1hen. as :t sultsti ute .fo; actiolis which wotuldh le now adays cithert utnlawful or impossible, ltrofnt t" tsllssmes 'it once a certain dignity of its own, :Is being 1possess ed a pisychlogirnl imtlortance. (tne woult seem to lie jtustified in speak iitn of it as an art." Deiinitin -ofi the Ai't.-- ''The question at olce a-rises. ':Wherein consists th2 Art of Profanity ?:and thie answer is obvious r: rthe-- Art of Profanity con sist: in that choice of expletives and o...

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HEALTH HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

• ,.'_HEALTH HINTS. -.:thin ' eak .;neck is a frequent causei; of headache.. With such awneck the blood supily to the brain, is poor. with the result that. the latter. . is easilY, '~tikued,;= and then you have headache. '?litn. :whllen the: neckl muscles . are \reak, :the. head is rnrely carried .in its iiroC l-position It is allowed to ldi.oi- fors avrd,:0or to one side, the -i!p'e?r cit;.ilhtion of thie blood bieing interfered t with, andI headacheis again the! consequence. n El .-,rtherl when the..head .is notheld properliy, there is jar.- when walking. or taking other exercise, and -once. more headache -is the inevitable' re 'Ihe'tWo. best exercisesf o tb'e neck are i? be :lneiding and h'iead lifting.. 'In :the former the hliead 'is :lent baickwards and forwards and' to one side or the other, the under jaw hbe in" thrust out- when bending -back wards, and forced 'doe n into tihe chest .when the head, comes forwards. Head lifting is really neck stretch ing. the neck being stretc...

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THE PATIENCE HABIT. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

THE PATIENCE HABIT. ++ Yo)ir would be surprised to hear .bi the number of people in grzat ". osi tions to-day who may be founiid sa.it ed at a card-table all by themseli ves and spending hours at patiencen Some of these men carry.their pack.s of patience cards with thlin where ever they go, and are delighted -to have half an hour at the game while they are waiting for a big meeting and a big speech. Perhaps the finest mind on -the : iudi ;cial bench in -- - to-day :is that of - He is not only a great -law yer, but has a great scientific mind, knows all about elecricity. about cheziistry, and a dozen oth'r sicien tific subjects, but is also a iineclast sical scholar, knows. several 'moderi: laig?iages which he picks up ,(ith extraofdinary- ability. :i'. I hcard a travelling companion say that ho saw him once pick up enough of Russian to get on with afterai week-in Russia, and finally this ex traordinary man is a past-master of political and economical erudition. But when in his activ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

,T:ser s Morphet tor- Good Printing. GLOBE DYE WORKS. - SSave the Cost of Winter Outfits by DRY - CLEANING or DYEING V the Dark Shades now Fashionable. ' S. Ladies' Costumes Cleaned ? ?f-r% irn: ... .. 5/-I IITHE GLOBE Li?w,,?' cos ume Dye / -E ____ f~dro Cos2 nie Dyed from ... 5,6 'icvf7- - Ladies' Blouses Cleaned " from 1/3 Gentlemen's suits Clened fr.. o ...4/ Genti men s suits Dyed ..' from ." ... 56 - Gloves COieanel Odorless 3d pr Lace Curtains and other Furnishings cleaned and Dyed, FURi REMODELLED : -: Ostrich Feathers 'leaned and Dyed all the New and Fashionable shades. RECEIVINGO OFFICES: 27 CHAPEL STRFET, near \Vindsor Ntatio ; 156 OREVILLE STREET, near Town Hall; TOORAK I OAD, two doors -outh Yarra station; OLFNFERRIE R.D, Malhern High St, WI DSOR, I dor from hapelSt. TEL. Ioo \WINsDOts. Works 40. 4a. 44 Elis St., S.5. Yarra, offiChapel -t. Phone 1755, Windsor Ex. SAW AND MOULDING MIrLLS, DUKE STREET, WINDSOR, I: Op,, FALLON'S, Drapers, Ch.pel Street. i t Wm. Marsh &...

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FASCINATING LONDON. BOND STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

FASCINATING LONDON. BOND STREET. The. magic of Bond Street is elu sive. It is a ble-nl of the shops, the pedestrians, the carriages, the motor-cars, the taxies, and the omn nibus in Chancery Lane, but that one omnibus makes Bond Street perfect. At present it is. a horse omniibu, and I cling to the, horse omnibuis as a withering beauty clings to her last blish. There are always pretty girls in Bond Street, and just no:v they are prettier than ever, with their slim shoulders, and their dis cordantly coloured ankles. English girls always look their best in Bond Street. but Englishmen always look better than their best. As a rule they are tall, broadl-shoul iered, stra:ght-backed, and slunburnt; grave, steadfast, keen-eyed, andl self possessed, with that strange Engli-h knack of seeing nothing and nobody, and seeing everylhing and everybody. You might walk in Bond Street all your life and never meet an eye. ·.t you feel that most of the men and women you em-ounter of a n:orn ing are per...

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CHINESE INDIFFERENCE TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

CHINESE INDIFFERENCE TO In thel "Dublin Rfevie-"': r . rC.. 1 . Gil-on, writing 'c rhc Destiny o. China," calls atten'tJon to the ex traordinary :disregard' of ?liina?ia life shlian :hy the- Chinkse:-?:: . t'Ehe .Clsinese swere, ever. a. race !tuchl addicted to suicide I?n-:i spite of a markedi. scepticism swith iegard to lthe :prospect of a- ii hireaiter,i they neet death with a stoical un concern. H-ig:h officia}ls take poison in thEir: yainens at th:h biddihou "of Imperial edicts.. (riminals. are led to execution taiilng plleasantly with their ifriends. :The 'aliter knows of aa case in !oint,: of- .a lon. string -of victims:t;6 li e-i beiiled in that terri hle potter's 'ardu thalt i.h-;: ourist can see in .Canton, .n oae.of .whom askel. serinely of the executioner . thatC : hi - mniglht I?e pliced i-t the end 0o the liiu in ordier to ii e' leii ute tofinish hi's 'cigaiett Thee; eijoy~i?ng lis lia sfnio'e-? ini?io?ed aitii:d scArcely in te'ested; .hie "itnessed tlhideath of hiis c...

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THE WATER DIVINER. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

THE WATER DIVINER. --L---+ The wizard came; a small, spare man, of somewhat slouthing gait, .with strange, weird blue-grey eycs, blut otherwise not very :.nlike ira'ly a country-bred artisan. He was taken by the old well which still had a mere triclle of water coming in, and behold, the profes sional instinct of the man was at once in evidence. He took in tIh. formation of the ground at a glan:., and was off like a hounl followinl the trail; turning to the right across the farm-yard, when srtdJkn'.y the " scent" must have becomre stronger, for he then began to slhufie sideways, with his feet almost close6 together, carefully treading every' inch of the ground.. Suddenly a strange expres ion cs caped :him, half siglh, half. hiccoigh,; as if he were conivulsedl;- h some in ternal spasm, while his hands stid cned as with cramp. Hewas right over the thin line of water, fifty feet below, trickling towards the old well. And now he was off again, :hooting beyond the farm lalldings into a n...

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ELECTRIC NIAGARAS. SCHEME FOR DRAINING THE CLOUDS OF ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

-ELECTRi? NIAGARAS. SCHEME _EOR DR ATNINNG THE CLOUDS OF ELECTRICITY. Assuming that electricity in tih clouds :is the: sole .cause of the pio- - duction of hail, experimeits are now? being made 1 inl- France,:wilth app?ral tus.: designated. : as .'electric -;Niaga ras" to "drain" tiie clouds of electri-j city: 'In" installing the apparatus;,: huge copper- points, bodnd together, by bands of the same metal, are placed on the'summit of a liigih tower or chimney,':very-much in the same way as lightning rods. ,These are connected . with a copper band, which leads to the ; t round and ends in. a reseivoir filled .with water. By, thlljs: routee :s-s "Popliar Ale cheiiics:' the :atmpaph.lric electricity floAb do vn'into tlhe earth. Thie nrst sudden change is rIepiiac'i . liy a per mianhit-bne, whichi eimpties tli cluiils. so to :speak. . : - ' The e xpiriments: - with "clectric Niagaras,.'i:Sla.viddei'i carried. on for. some ,time, ?bu M'-a. Viol lli , member o0 .the French- Academy -"of S...

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New Railway Station for South Yarra. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

New Railway Station fdr -South Yarra. Included amongst the questions akkedi Mr Mackinnron, -toriey General and Minister-of Radlways, at hismneeting in the Prahran Town Hall on Tuesday evenlng. was one by Mr Wteistio?ii,whoasked if he (Mr Mackinnon) would. favor a rail. way station being buiil in C apel strrei, South Yaria Mr Ma.kinnon rep ie to the effect that wh n the suburban railways were elec rnfi d it wouna doubteas be possib. to place a station at the spot indicated,

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SPEAKING OF LOVE. FOUR CHERISHED ADAGES MERELY ANCIENT JOKES. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

SPEAKING OF LOVE. ---+-~ N1OUR CHEIRiSHIIiE ADAGES . MEIaRLr Y -ANCfElNT JOKES. In regard to luve we hear cxpress Jons like these: "Love rules all." "All the world( loves a lover." 'A maid shliuild obey the dictates of ier heart.'. 'Love laugiht.s ;it locsmiths." And other.s too numerous to men tion. Perhaps. the lifist onie is- the best joke- of tlie lo't. I.o'(i_ rules all ! That: is one of the 'funniest things you ever lifeird(1 Some even go so far' as-. to tlhin;. rehildren. can be ruled by love. It has been seen iin practice. -This is the way it works :- .. - : "Come, now, .lolnnic. Come, dear." Not, a budge from Johnnie. - "Come on, darlini., mamma wants you toc'ome now swectlieatrt. Come on."' Nothing stirring. "Johnnie muist come now.: Johnnie be a good boy,, mamma give Johnnie a cookey to-morrow. " "Dowanto." "Ch,..:es, yoi .must come! . It is getting late now. Come on. dear." Johnnie doesn't. "'Come on, now, Johniiie. You must come. Mainma's tired of wait ing. Mamma -piik ...

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Where was the Prahran Band on New Year's Eve? [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

Where was the Prahran Band on New Year's Eve ? At ev'ry ctleet c-rner in Prahran, . d in hundle a f h ,usehold:i ithe -am, ,a?y, .the :q rs:ion is b ang askerr, 'Where was the Pr.h;n hano on New Yra, s-Ee' ?" II is ih- chief onundium of the moment, end some people have got so heat sick of hearing it that they have been trudging dizzy courses to chemist shops to obtain the latest out in head ache cures. On Thursday night two sincere friends nearly came to blows over the subj c, but gre.,t y t • the delight of both would-be pugi is:s a poilceman's helmet was seen rooming up in the distance, and it was im possible to form a stadium there :nd bheo. In some quarters, inderd, ihe Band is being mute aeked of han Mtckinnon and Wcb' er, who are tighting for poiruLal skprrmacy in krahran. ' Where was rh -P ab.an Band on New Year's Evi ?"' On Il there's that cLnttuiabda .o uu::rum egain! It wit continue p p up! I We know this muchhih't the rraran B3and dio nut discourse mu-i ,u side the Town H...

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VARNISHING TICKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

VARNISHING -TICKETS. To . til: aerage oitsider teli pos session :of .an Acadeniy: va'nihing ticckt s~,gests that. one has got 1th open -eanime to somethingi in..the ip holstering, or f frniture-liolishing. bu siness. To"ian artist it is proof that his . picturc has hccn iunrg in lil Academy. .I le o0rk has safely pa's. ed all those pitfalls wxhich ekist for the pictilre from the time it len~ 'e th3 studio until itliangs upon iii. crowded walls of the Royal Aca demy. . . . . ll h process briefly is that tle. an List forwards hs i wvork oi-scnilin -in day, andi a 'few days later may re ceive intimation from tlie scl:c?li6. cominiltte that his worli is winitig to le t?ithi away. ' That, I co:ir :, imsplies rejectioin 'andl if iicturesa a'e reta'i'd' :ifrer th':itab ,: :da oi' i ty o t accepitai ce is strog. Still fin a acceptr nie: is not. certain, .for duri ni tile prccessi of - hanging; i ictuifres air crowded 'oilt, andt tlhe acceited artist may lie diisappoiifted: at the last: mo m...

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