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Hunger Makes Your Brain Heavier. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
Hungeri Miakes Your Brain -Heavier: Everybody is aciuaiited witlh the dull, heavy headlche t.hat acconim .patinies-- an enipt3 st:oinacih. F re quiently,' when -n- meal is skipped owing-to stress of business -or some other unavoidable - cause; ithe -only -feeling of-discomfort experienced-is a ihe?headache: - Professor . Ralfaele-.- Paladino has nmade some interesting. experiments ,wiith ainlimals - whichl would prove Ithat this fee!ig:r is -occasioned by in "creased (ressure on the brain. The sdubstancis. which are contained in `br:ifi t.issiie iare V;ery dilTlei'nt from the ieleientsi Whirch built up the rest -of tlhe- od3;,and and mny-- of thein, suchli ?S .Is lecithin;' Are :,soluble in ether; buti iriot liei -iwater:, -. ,.P Irlfsso;:. -Paladiiio's experineiits iWithl dogs w,Who werekilled : iifter- a ten-diys'- fast; sihows, that the ethler con~ta iied in the lrin diminishes withi every cday ,Kof the fast; while .the l-' tei coi?at?? aiied in the brain increases I roluioti oii...
An Indian Monkey Temple. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
An lndian -Monkey Temple. -+--- Simla,. the summer seat-of the In dian .Goxerinment;t, can boast of what is .l)erhapl) the: only .monkey temnple in the world. .lakko Hill foirms =part 'of Simla, and! -standi!ng almost 9,000 feet liigh, forms part of the 1limalayan . .iange. Situated on the top of the hill' is lthe ft?nous mloiikey t,'mpl;l '?aid sh6ould We pro pose- a visit' about '.Tuine' olie 'would l?e shrue of-' a. cordial wielcome from the fakir- (priest)-in residence;, and also. of seeing--the monkeys in good condition- and - large" iiimbers. . : izened old maii .with- parch nie;it-like- skin;,- is fe tui;es..daubed with" yellow, pli;int -he ,will tell you that lie has resided in: the dilapi dated , miud-walled te!iiple. for nigh on -10 .iears, caring, for his hosts of ?on.:l-eys. ;i ,, aj no aj ao" (ctme nloi),) rings .iiis' voice through Slie pine top?s '. lie t ee.s afar and around rustle cindswish,-. and in :: few niomients nwe her; -the dull thud; thlli of 'the' little Ir...
Balaclava Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
Balaclava Electorate. Widespread regret has been ex presed on hearing that the Hon. Agar \Wynne had decided not to seek re election at the forthcoming election for the Balaclava seat, in the House of Representatives. Several names have been mentioned as likely con testants for the vacancy, which should be filled by a good Liberal candidate. We understand that representations have been made to Dr. J. Robert Lee, of Malvern, to offer himself, and he is said to be favorably disposed to con sider the matter. If the popular doctor should acceed to the request, he would no doubt receive a large measure of support.
Burial Place of Spanish Royalty. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
Burial Place of Spanish Royalty. ----+- The Escurial, to which the body of tlhe Infanta Maria 'l'heresai was re cently conveyed with the usual core monies, has been for long genera tions the last resting-place-: of .the. Ioyal lamily ofI S'ii-'and the Ir ditionis have always:- ese' striclli observed : 4 Alfons'?" XI IT. ':hci showing: somne distinguishlel foreigni: visit ors over" the flil di ngi sw one" of them go . ii , to l 'certit . dioor arid lauighingly rein rked ;i: "ot so fast. y friend i: 'ii in iio0 h irr to:gi. gohrouigli L?t i- loor. WYe Spnin ish -kinigs never piss thrime till we are carriedi tlhroulgh." :. Another curioins rl';i'iterlistic., of the -Escurial- is thi"e L'u lridor." Here the colin" cm'iii i ili1n tLhe deao n oni rci: is ';'coiv ve'l a liiiilt ii iwith m'asonrya; i ?id iicklie. i :i-h corp.se .i?iimy wi rpped in a i::fn wi(hindi-siheete is i; id fulo- i.a ?toie slab. in--the: ca\vern. -w?iere trickles i little sp|rinfg fro i tli ?'noiiitaiii : iii w \hich...
Municipal Election. Malvern East Ward. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
Municipal Election. Malvern East Ward. An election was held at Mdalvern on Tuesday last to fill the vacancy in the East Ward of the Malvern Council, caused by the resignation, through ill-health of Cr. Alex. Dunlop. There was a good amount of interest taken in the contest, and some splendid electioneering work was done by the friends of Mr. F. H. Francis and Mr. J. N. W. Williams, the two gentlemen who nominated for the vacancy. The result ot the polling was that Mr. Francis was elected by a good majority, the voting being as follows: -F. H. Francis, 322; J. N. W. Wil liams, 148; majority for Francis, 174.
INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
INTERESTING ITEMS. --4 On the Irst anniversary of the murder of her husband, an engineer, employed at the Hendon Aero drome, Mnm. -. announces that she is about to commeace her training in aviation, to try and honour the name she hears, to the memory of her late husband. M. was a skilful French en gineer who was fatally wounded last year by a suicidal pupil name:l .: .. and died in St. Ma?ry's Hos pital a, Paddington. By. the. ý.ill ofI .. W. Hutton. who was:kniiown 'as i fisherman and an "enthusiistic .huuter, and who die I. at .Jersey, recently, : it was ordered that -his:: ashes .be strewn upon the Hackensack River alonig the banks of:?ihich he used to lish as a lad. A1 friend 'went to' the banks of the Hackensack the other night and there carried; out the dead man's request. It has been liroposed in New York by entertaniing Americans to build a skyscraper mausoliem having ten storeys, eachi of which has a wide balcony. According .to the plans it will contain .532 private vaults,...
Malvern Council. SILVER-STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
Malvern Council. SILVER-STREET. In connection with the moving of the third resolution for the making of Silver-street, a deputation waited on the council to object to certain matters in connection therewith. On behalf of the deputation, Mr. Parkinson spoke, withl the result that the matter was again referred to the Public Works Committee to make certain adjust ments in connection therewith.
West-St. Kilda Progress Association. MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
West-St. Kilda Progress Association. MONTHLY MEETING. The usual monthly meeting of the West St. Kilda Progress Association was held at the Beaconsfield Hotel on Tuesday evening. It had been a very warm day, and that must have been responsible for the fact that the atten dance was not large. The President (Mr. S. J. Rowan) occupied the chair. The Secretary (Mr. E. A. Walker) read the outg. . g and incoming cor respondence. LIFE-SAVING CLUB. Reference was made to the establish ment cf the Life-Saving Club. Mr. Herbert Moroney said great credit was due to Mr. Walker for the energy he had displayed in connec tion with the life-saving station. .The secretary stated that he had purchased a tent in connection with the life-saving club, and the meeting endorsed his actions. ALBERT PARK TRAMWAY. Mr. Herbert Moroney said he was dissatisfied at the outcome of the Albert Park tramway proposal, which the Government had refused to sanc tion because it would run through a public park. In Adelaide ...
QUICK SHIPBUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
QUICK SHIPBUILDING. S'Dtiriing the Amnerican 'War of In depenrierice,- a Captain? Schatrik con stricted a- ship; : called the Inflex ible, -fori .service. ini' -Canada;: in-a remarkably -short spaceof: tinec The. vessel was originally put- oi the stocks at Quebec lier floors were all laid., 'ed some timnbers i the floors, steel stein and _sterai- aere Staken dloioli nid: carried up the ltiei St a Laren ce. to Clianhlis?i aind thence` to hSt. -Johan's :- cr- keel as laid for the -'second tiile~ on- the- iniorniing of Septenm ,er - nrl;' aind.- lii:u sunset='on` the e same daIy not oil'i the I:eel: the -stem iiiid sterai-psts tsogethebr. ith all the floors, were laidl : d an?i Slixed .but a:. consideriible .l:uentily .of fleshl:: timber W'as in: tlie. coiirne if the samnie day cuti out :iil foinied. -.into futtocks,:. toh-tiiml?ers, beans, On Seitein ler 30thl, eing tienty eight- days from the pieriod :iclheni the keel" w?: laid "for ther secondI tili;e the Inflexible v'as iaunched; a...
A SAFE INVESTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
A SAFE INVES"TENV. M r. Andrew Carnegie tells the fol owinogr story with :grei't relish. When his father was leaving his i;11 tiie couintry '. to settle- in i Atinericat lie' l)o'iiwved( L-t.wentLi,. pounds, from a relictiye. ? -h'le family hadl: ah d uphill 1 ittle. oiln the other side of the Ait lanttic, biuti: ibieli the .tidle of pros Iprity tiirneid with the son, ihi rie eihiSredtl- hIis. father's: irildebtednlss,: aiil-ldeternined to cleir It olT,;-'tl-: gether iwitlih its ccuuliaulted inter esti He .started by. reiitting the .um of twenty pounds and for several 'years sent the same imnount a -'li; idlend equal to 'exactly one hundred .ler cent. - IlHturning t.o coll md the PIittsbuirg 'irniinaster net hli' - old 'relativec. i,'.'Well; said M.r." ~Larnegie, "hav ing paiid .up 'a good deal' pf the 'interest, I should like now to clear 'off tiie principal. I?-"A.; i Andrew, dinna ye fasl yersel aboot the loan ! A'm pair fectly s tisfied with the interest." i "Ah ?iut I'ni rich "...
Dropped On By Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
Dropped On u.y Accident.. Some of the most celebrated dis coveries in the world . o : science .and art hav'e- been the; esult; of a hliOi)py accident. Tie i.iaa ?ir.? st?ir ing ' earnestly' for- oe. thin g.- finds thut;, while failing inf lis. riin Il &lt;|iiest, he hilss obtained another aind far iloiee won?derful -'one.::...:: . - The discovery of ste-in "waas ine of these 'happenings "- ns e.-i il know ' 'iThe lo; a?t lays .thoughtful,,and I 1 a liaiuit) '-.ts one day b ;- his mother's kitlie ire. . T re ;.was the teia-kttle swirging frone its" hrook, au :ihe i water ri hot it began; to bi m d th Ie -- As it. rose an ifell . and, ithe 1)oy's cy s- followeld the", motio, liis he ra'. in - wi's iredt itithe. tholig t' Im this sifiil- pi of steam -cne ni nov tnh iron" lid why should no.t a:larger nmai nt move a larger. object " and tliei nhole spibject of steam navigar tioni was there in a nutshell. iThes quicks it d of am woman dis covered the strlange force not known das g...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
Call at the Office of this Paper -FOR PRINTING of Every Description , Eastbourne 8treet, Windsor. THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS.-All suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief aliorded by the use of "Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous.' lozenges" are now sold by most 'ruspectable chemists in this country. People troubled with a "hacking cough," a "slight cold," or bronchial affections, cannot try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pulmonary and -Asthmatic affections. See that the sig iature of John I. Brown & Son is ,n evre wrapper.-Prepared by John 1. B .,1 & Son, Boston, U.S.A. 'E .ean depot, 33, Farrington-road, . ndon, England. FRASER d MORPHET FOR GOOD PRINTING
GIGANTIC GUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
GIGANTIC GUIS. ;.,: America has " chiseili a I'i:' l -n gun xhicli v eiglihs.lift" ils.; ii iirt from the carriTge, ;il.r:irih>L: i i dllereie. The '. 2in; weapon - is d ulfor only.: seventv- shots, whe ires tie new gun will stai:i( i?nar. I? ) efore, it is borne Ito .thlicA.'jiinkl-ile The proIjectile : ih rli nefiglsl (i i lb. and isF 65inu 1m:. is 0 lri cent. !gre ite r tli lthiwtti'm;: e liii "filling," n id the biggei Iwcplii lis 30 per cent.: lbnger rang:e ? -'lioiil-I disadlva:ntage 'is thyil ilimi' trlJ;cljectirn is i oire caurved. iiithdl li ii.- th Iie 1rmiject tile t has sligli tly: lIs.s;i- ,;locii i - The' carriage conliitiet niei ;fi2: The weight of all i.i; i g:; ei' that move is tit2Ci2iiil. nsnill t?li weight of all-icolii r ?tjiis i. tons. After the pruijctile mlii'I- 'ii iii med. hoiile fio r)S. i' . " .-iii iik i.ess powder, .e -eig 'i tucked simugln'-mt Lii' li iti iti the breech, is 'fisteiced, mullheii woeh i betide ann:tlii g-i: i ith iite S Each' sioti ti...
Did It Fine. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
Did It Fine. lOne evening a lady who had en gaged a- country girl as general servynt " asked her,. if she could' maanaige to poach" half-a.-dozn eggs; or supper. - 'I he girl quickly: replied that she could do: that right enough. . "\ er?. good,' said 'her miistress ; let mii?- see ilf?it.3you can u.d." Shoit13 aftericra rds; she hi-d occa sitiu to call th girl 'agin biut, to her great 'astonishunent, she enas not -to lie foiuid.: in-' lio use. Pre sentl r: she. cainie trippiing'i: i? 'ith her:i:atL and.jacket oin:;,smiling ra diantly-. I 've got em -all :ight; inim, she said ,half-a:dozen jeautics." . -' ITalf-a-dozen l-beauties' :repeated lier niistress.:,.. '.Whht do y.ou mean?" Eg iium .she saini, smiling. tit ther- iare.ot plensty of eggs in thie" house; vitho liy'aing more," remarked her mistress L sir i?ini I d:ilidn't 6buy 'em p father and lbrothers '.have been at the ganmefor years= _ " Sir -Tilchrd 1elil , the eiiiinent phy' per,'md is hen bored by the -queru lons 'coiniir...
St. Kilda Court. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
St. Kilda Court. At the St. Kilda Court on Tuesday, Win\ Mann was charged with having discharged a pea rille unlawfully with out the permission of the council. Fred. Chamberlin,. town clerk, gave formal evidence that defendant had received no permission to discharge firearms. Constable Duck also gave evidence, and defendant was fined 40/-.. George Daly was charged on:the in formation of the city ranger with. allowing 14 cows to wander at large. Sivr. J. Woolf, city solicitor, appeared for the prosecution: Defendant did nbt attend, and he was fined 10/- for each cow, £7 in. all, with £Z/2/- costs. .Florence liart summoned her. hus band, Frederick Hart, for thel main tenance of their three chiluren. An order was nmade for the payment of 7/6 per week for each .child, with a surety of £10 in each instance, with £1/6/- costs. _ ._ William HIenry Thomas, on a charge of having acted in an inuecent man ner in a punlic place, was fined :£5, in lefault one month. The oiuence was denied. Willi...
Palmistry Alleged. FINE OF £25. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
Palmistry Alleged. FINE OF £25. At the St. Kilda Court on llonday, before the Mayor (Cr. O'Donnell), and Messrs. Billson, Smithwick, Levi, and Mahony, J.'sP., a Cingalese named Don Hendrick, of High street, was charged with having professed to tell iortunes by palmistry, thereby im posing upon Donald Uillies, police con stable. Sub-inspector Westcott ap peared for the prosecution, and Mr. ocephens lor the aetence. Constable Gillies, of Russell-street, stated tnat, in company with Constable Douiizos, he visited defendant's pre mises on February 28. Witness asked uaeendant if he read hands and told Lortuies. Defendant replied, "Yes," ana said that his charges were from /- up to £2/)/-. Witness said he was iroim hcotianid, and would: like to know mns Juture. \Vitues, continuing, said: -Derendant then took imy hand and loo?ke at it.- ie said I was very affec tionate and kind, but Wvould not siow it; and tllerefore .- would not make many triends in this country. (Laugh Ler.) That 1 would...
PRAHRAN COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
PRAHiAN COURT. Before Messrs. Bangs (chairman), Curwen-Walker, and Captain Russell, J's.P., at the Prahran Court on Mon day, A. H. Pay summoned Edward Yendle for £1/7/6, for work alleged I to have been done to a van. De- 1 fendant.contended that only 7/6 was due, and this was for putting in a I draw bar. Plaintiff said he had done i other work to the van. Defendant - denied that any other work of con- I sequence had been done to the van. He also stated that plaintiff was a fre quent visitor to his house, and had rented a room there. After a patient hearing, the Bench gave a verdict for £1/1/5, with £1/1/- costs. Mr. Nigan appeared for plaintiff, and defendant fought his own case.
Death of Councillor Densham. An Interesting Personality. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
Death of Councillor Densham. An Interesting Personality. Widespread regret has been ex pressed throughout the city of Prah ran and tile metropolis at the death of Cr. William Densham, whose place of residence was "Woollahra," Denbigh road, Armadale. The news was first mane lnown to the general public by Tme halt-masting of the nag at the Town 1Halu. The end came with' a pamiul suddenness, and the widow and young daugnter will have the sin cere sympathy of numerous friends and acquaintances in the particularly sad bereavement, which they have ueen called upon to bear. Cr. Dens nani passed away at midnight on .uonuay. .jurillg tne day he was sud uemy stricken town by illness at his unice in tie city. He was talen to ur. U'kiara's private hospital, but, in opite or ime medical attention he re .eived, lie dieu as stated. .ly proression; Or. Densham was an aut;u1It1iit, anu was a ellluuer OE U[ Ai.rcu or ilenluanl anid-lI buenlock. ie was b2 years or age, and amon'gst'hisI i,,ieulice: ir...
South Yarra Shooting Case. Accused Young Man Discharged. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
South Yarra Shooting Case. Accused Young Man Discharged. Details of some revolver shooting I that took place in the household of r Mrs Martha Morgan, widow, a boot C merchant, at 5.5 Chapel street, r South Yarra, on the evening of r March 5 were investigated at the i, sitting of the Prahian Court onr Thursday, when Geoffrey Morgan, a j young man 22 years of age, was charged with having feloniously, wilfully, and of malice aforethought attempted to kill and murder John a Morgan, 25 years of age, his brother. The bei ch was occupied by Messrs Flintoft (chairman), Wallis, Tyner, Heyward, and Captain Russell, J'sP. Sub Inspector Sampson conducted the prostcution. Accused was defended by Mr Nigan. An exhibit in the case was a small sized 7-chamber revolver, with the inscription, * Young America Double Action.'' Dr Reginald Morley Clarke, of the u Alfred Hospital, stated that at 7 p.m. on March 5 John Morgan was brought to the hospital by Constable Bassett. There was a small bullet wound ...