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Wattle Lodge, U.A.O.D., [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
Wattle Lodge, U.&.O.D., The above Lodlge held their fort nightly meeting at the Victoria Hall, High Street, Prahran, on Monday evening, March 2nd, 19,d. One new member was received into the Lodge and there were two proposals. D.P. Bro. St. Leger retired from his position on that night, and in a few well chosen words thanked the Officers and Sisters for their kindness to him during his term of office. Sister R. Barrenger (secretary) re sponded to D.P. Bro. St. Leger, and thanked him on behalf of the Officers and Sisters of the Lodge for the able manner in which he carried out his duties and the interest he took in the Lodge, and she could truthfully say that each member of the Lodge regretted his leaving, as he was held in very high esteem by all. They hoped to see him on future occasions as he.was always a welcome visitor to the Lodge. The new D.P., Bro. Kinsman. then addressed the Sisters, antd told them he would do his very best and see if he could not leave as grand a rec...
Alleged Assault. ST. KILDA HOTEL INCIDENT. A MAJOR FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
Alleged Assault. ST. 1ILDA HOTEL INCIDENT. SA MAJOR FINED. Major Charles W. Campbell, of Amesfield Park, Mornington, was de fendant in a case at the St. Kilda Court on Tuesday, a charge of unlaw ful assault having been preferred against him by a lad named Harold Uodfrey Rudd, lhall-boy at the Es planade Hotel. Mr. J. Woolf appeared for the com plainant, and Mr. Hamilton (instructed Dy Messrs. Woolcott and Drysdale) for the defendant. The bench was oc cupied by the Mayor (Cr. O'Donnell) and Messrs. Mahony, Levi, Smith wick, and Billson, J's.P. The complainant, Rudd, stated that on the evening of February 21, Major Campbell, with his daughter and otler visitors, sat down to dinner. Witness ianded detendant the wine card. De fendant complained of it being in a soiled state, and, saying he did not want any drinks, threw the card on the table. Witness then walked away. He was not cheeky to Major Campbell. Shortly after 8 o'clock witness was stanuing i the hall or tme hiotel, when major u...
AMUSEMENTS THE DANDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
AMiUSEMENTS TilE DANDIES. Peg-top and fashion parades, with tangoes and turkey trots, are a very popular. item in the fine programme presented by Mir. Ed. Branscombe's company at-Arcadia,. St.. Kilda. Miss Irene Vere and Mr. Geo. Morgan are very uiuch. iii demand, while the more serious work of the rest of the com pany is very good and always well re ceived by laige and appreciative audi ences . One of the most curious collections to be found in any theatre T"I the -findings" of the sweepers. - When the house is cleanued alter each per lormance, hundreds of minor articles of all deisciiptions are 'found on the door.-i In ev??.~ theatre it is the rule that the articles so. found shall be kept fori: a-considerable ,time in order that-those whi o had lost them: shall- be given an 'oppoi tunity of orecovering theii, if they. care to make application. "The Dandies,": at St.S Kilda, in com- moil withl other places oi amusemeit, have their 'treasure, trove" store, and the assorted- gods co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
A Warranted Cure for all acquired or Constitutional Discharges from the CLARK'S Urinary Organs in either CLAR 'S Sex. These Famous Pills 84 1 also cure Gravel, Pains in the Back, and all Kidney PILLS Disorders. Free from mer cury. Forty years' suc cess. Sold by all Chemists and Storekeepers through out the World. 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 and upwards, a teaspoon ful three or four times a day. For Diarrhoea, repeat the above dose every two hours, until the character of the discharges is changed for the better. sold Everywhere. LINSEFD COMPOUND.' The -tockport Remedy for coughs and colds of 40 years' oven prefficacy. '...
Prahran Health Prosecution. FISHMONGER FINED £10. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
Prahran Health Pro secution. FISHMONGER FINED £10. Before Messrs. Bangs (chairman), and Curwen-Walker'and Captain Rus sell, J's.P., at the Prahran Court on Monday, Robert Smith, fishmonger and poulterer, : of Chapel-street, was charged :with -having unlawfully' per mitted offensive matter to .reiaini' obn his premises: on Februiary 7 Mr. D. R. Herald 'appeared for ýthe prosecu tion. - Henry Rider, senio cityinspector, stated that -in "response. to :telephone messages he and Inspector, Tripp visited defendant's premises. As they approached the pince. there -was an objectionable smell In the back pre mises there was a tin of-fish offal. The weather was- :warm :at the time, and: the stench -was:-vile. There'ivas alsod oyster shells -andd other, rubbish about; Witness ..went to' bring -the health olficer, and 20',minutes later defendant said lie jad. senttheoffal.to the de structor: No6-dtisintectaiit had l-been used. Inspector :Tripp gave corroborative evidence. George Dickenson, journ...
Senior Cadets' Competitions. FOUR FIRSTS WON BY MALVERN TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
Senior Cadets' Competi tions. FOUR FIRSTS WON BY MALVERN TEAMS. The following are the result; of the annual competitions of the 47th Battalion Senior Cadets, which com prises training area 47A, Caulfield, Oakleigh and Mentone, and training area 47B, Malvern. The first four places were filled by the teams from the Malvern area. 1, F Company, Malvern, Captain O. T. Williams, 755 points. 2, F Company, Malvern, Lieut. A. R. Williams, 638, 3. H Company, Malvern, Lieut. J. E. Pooley, 635. 4, G Company, Malvern, Captain G. C. Harvey, 632. 5, A Company, Caulfield, Lieut. A. H. Cobby, 516. 6, D Company, Mentone, Lieut. E. Palmer, 469. 7, C Company, Oakleigh, Lieut. A. M. Jones, 451. 8, B Company, Caulfield, Lieut. E. Eryes, 38 L. The team from F Company will represent the Battalion in the 12th Brigade competitions to be held at the Caulfield racecourse on Saturday next,
Comfortable Seats for All [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
Comfortable Seats for All Cr Chambers (chairman) moved the adoption of the following recom mendation in the report of the health committee at the last meeting of the Prahran council, viz - " That the Board of Public Health be requested to make regulations providing that in buildings used for public amusements all seats shall be separated by the provision of arm rests, in order to prevent overcrowd ing in such buildings." Or Ginn asked how they could compel owners of halls to have arm rests to seats when in their own Town Hall they did not provide separate seats for everybody. To be compelled to provide arm rests would be very hard on the poorer people. The recommendation was agreed to,
St. Kilda Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
St. Kilda Rifle Club. In the competition for the yearly and half yearly aggregates and spoon the following were the best scorers, 14 shots at go900o yards goo. Hdp. Total. H. N. Block 63 7 70 J. H. O Myers 65 5 70 J, Morris 62 8 70 P. Bayley 64 6 70 J. Vivian ... 58 8 66 J. LeGrifton 56 9 65 B. Christopher 57 6 63 J.D. Donaldson 48 I 63 A. A. Bartlett 52 8 60 G. Chippendall 48 12 60 Block won the spoon, On Wednesday evening, the 25 h inst., a meeting will be held at the rooms of the miniature range (next fire station) for the purpose of form. ing a Miniature Rifle Club and electing officers. All male residents over the age of 14 yea-s are eligible for membership, t h= annual subscrip tion of which wijl be one shilling.
In the Cause of Charity. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
In the Cause of Charity. Un Wednesday evening, at the Star Hotel, Windsor, a meeting of friends and sympathisers of the late Mlr George H. Bates, late of Lincoln Place, Windsor, was held to take into consideration the a-visability of uelping his widow and family of four young children, who are left in a sad and unfortunate position. The con veners of the meeting were Mr Zoe Solomon and Mr Wm. Barton. The former gentleman occupied the chair. The attendance nunbered between twelve and fifteen, the prevailirg heat no doubt militating against a larger number being present. An informal discussion took place, after which the meeting adjourned till Wednesday evening next, at the same place, at 8 p.m., when it is hoped that a larger number of the recognised charity workers of Prah ran will be present,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
East Imalern Within Five Minutes Walk of the ELECTRIC TRAM TERMINUS at Darling Road. To Be Sold by Auction Locality Plan WATTLE rTCE ROAD Saturday, March 21 ? DRLIN .+.·.-: _AR ., A - • -i. .. e? I-- . + - ] on the Ground at three o'clock 0 p Z . +-4 . Ce1 s The Sale will be conducted in a SPACIOUS MARQUEE W .+- witn AMPLE SEATING ACCOMODA TION ýý , a '. " "Minutes to Electric Wave rley Road O y Tram Termlnus WaRoad oro + Castle 70 50so so 50 50 50 50 2 ,O Estate 30 50 so so 5 o so 50 0 s., 4822 21 N20 19 218 17 X16 15 14 12 S·Bungalow ViWlla7 1 0 0 50 50 50 50 50 of Jarrah and Rough __ -.-.- Warida Avenue cast with tile roo, S- .50 50 50.o 5o o 5o 5o 5o 6 frontin Waverley Road , ,"1 oTh (adjoining Lot 1)D ErRN ;23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32, 34 Wil Bungalow Villa . 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 so 165 of Jarrawith and ouh70 x - : : ::: -. -.cast with WAY e Fee Wideroo _ xceion a l fronting Waverley Road O5 pe cent. . (adjoiningeo i Lot 1).-..+ .i D 0 c64·4 Will Be Sold AuZ tio eeOF, WAYTen ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
Tel. 1294 Windsor. MITCHELL & TAYLOR, Estate Agents. 394 Chapel Street, South Yarra. The Home of the ' Prahran and Windsor Ladies' Tailoring. L Special Reductions this month. £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 SPECIALISI" 342 Chapel-street, Prahran - Opposite Read's, Wishes to inform the Ladies of Prahran and surrounding districts that he has taken over the entire Stock in Trade of "MAISON CHARLES,"' And will be pleased to see any Cusct ners of theirs at his splendidly appointed rooms. Wigs, Transformations, Fringes. A great specialty in Ready-made Switches. CONSULTATIONS FREE. If your Hair is falling out, Mr. Glassel will treat it successfully. If your Hair has been spoilt through Dyeing and Bleaching, consult Mr. Glassel, and he will put it right. Expert Chiropodist always in attendance. Bunions and Chil . blains permanently cure...
Mayoress's Reception. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
Mayoress's Reception. The reception held by the Mayoress of St. Kida (Mrs E. O'Donnellj at the Town Hall on Wednesday afternoon was largely attended, and was in every way a social and artistic success. The hall was appropriately and prettily deco rated, Included amongst the visitors were the Lady Mayoress of Mel bourne and Mayoresses of adjoining minicipalities. Refreshments were served, and under the direction of Mdr H. J. Inge, city organis:, a vocal and instrumental programme was provided.
Municipal Election. SOUTH YARRA WARD VACANCY. MR GEO. N. HEYWARD, J.P., A CANDIDATE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 14 March 1914
Municipal Election. 0 SOUTH YARRA WARD n a VACANCY. .MR GEO. N. HEYWARD, J.P., A CANDIDATE. Owing to the lamented death of Cr Wm. Densham, a vacancy has s been created in the South Yarra ward of the Prabran City Council. a In another column Mr Geo. N. n Heyward, J.P., of 75 Rose street, d Armadale, announces himself as a Candidate. Mr Heyward, it should s be mentioned, is not relate] to Cr H. C. Heyward. Mr G. N. Hey. i ward has been a resident of Prahran i citY for several years. By prof-ssion a be is a chemist, and for 25 years had t been in business in North Melbourne I as well as in Collins street. At a Present Mr Heyward is not in busi- i acS., In his capacity as a Justice of the Peace, Mr Heyward has occu pied a seat on the bench at the ittings of the Prahran Court on Thursdays, He has always taken flu intelligent interest in public
ROMANCE OF METALS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914
ROMANCE OF METALS. Professor William'- Gowland de iieridcl the Ii-ifulev:'MemJoirial lecture liifore the .Aniithrolpological Tiistitute. 'IFr fessior Gowland' shoied -how, the ..-whole- ofthe- world's -history Ill"nn have - been changed :: by the chit nce actiolnlo somen. .(person of the' ih iate. : Stone e \Agoe is hilst: sea ted i round : his -camp fire.- ": Why. the discovery of tlthe art of extractilng imctil s wa sio long -del.3ngd?,; s;ie , Ir,.i ssor i0o~ ianl;i it is imin,.lsi lle for us .to conjectur:." lH:uLt it i?,s his oinlionil thit iili ni nlst lie cmi ie reall; itiii iiiteL rivi-litl ieti"s ime- i i tihe i-fi.- ci f istnr ithei clp licr or es Liin stone; or browni hliriini tile in to bi ig oif stones siirraiiiiil - ing the .iloniiestic fire. : TheI - cakes or. luiiips si, i;roduced 'w ould -iiati Illh attliact .the attention :of ,lri iiitic :i;lui, .:inil-if he attemptedl to fashioni thliem,: as he- was. accustoil-. eld to:: do rin making. his implemnelits of stone,. ...
BIGGEST BOOK IN THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914
BIGGEST BOOK IN THE WORLD. -+-- The Chinese Delpartment of the British Museumn Library contains a single work which occupies no fewer than 5,020 volumes. This wolider-. ful production of the Chinese. press was purchased for --? L,500O, and is one of only. a very small number of copies now in existence. It is ain encycldpaedia of the litern ture of China,. coverinig : pleriod of twentyt-eight centuries: froni 1 I)O B.C., to 1700 A.D: It owes its ori gin to the literary proclivities of tlhe Emperor Kang-he who rei-ned from- 1662 till 1722.7 -In the course of his studies of the ancient liter~ ture of his couiltry, Kang-le dlis cosered that extensive coririiitions had been allowed to creep- intol mnodern ediitios,-. luid conceived the idea of havilg :the text of the ori ginals relprodluced aid :lireservsed. in an. authorised forii. . This was a . miighty- conceptionl truly, and inl the executioni it rie nmains ulnique down to thle present time. For lthe pllrpose of carrving out the worl...
Bowling. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914
Bowling. BY BOWLER. The unexpected, according-to com 2etent critics, happened .in the two jemi-finals of the premiership on Saturday. The clubs that met were :arlton v. M.C.C.C., and Canterbury v. Ricllhmond Union. The first-named aatch took place on the Melbourne :reen at Windsor, and the latter on ;he Victoria green. The victors turned p in Carlton and Canterbury. The 'cognoscenti" received severe shocks when the numbers went up. They lad pinned their faith to M.C.C. and Richmond Union (especially the latter), and nothing could shift them [rom the opinion they had formed. All the same Carlton and Canter bury played good, steady and patient :ames, and well deserved their wins. Darlton won by 97' to 83, and Canter bury by 82 to 81. It was a good in and out game was he Carlton-M.C.C. match. The M.C.C. made a fine showing for a big part of the game, but Carlton eventually wore them down. Two rinks on each side were points up, but M.C.C. had the mortification of seeing one of their rin...
The Real Lent. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 21 March 1914
The :Real Lent. From " The Parish Supplement." The great penetential season of the Christian year is increasingly ob served among us. Mren. expect our cnurches and our catheurals to notice iL, and utey do. But tliere is a danger or a salliln sort Of Lent which does not go deep enougll into the questions of sn and salvation. It is all very well to drape the Church in sombre colors, alld remove tile ornaments of the altar gradually, as we draw near to UGood- Friday. It is a good thing to advertiise. speciali serm6iis on great social questionis of the day: It is iight to have out our more gloomy anthems, and to have a vigorous effort by the choir in Stainer's "Crucilixion," with' a special collection because there will Uie a large congregation to listen to Lthe music. We would not say a word against any of these things, but they may one and all fail to minister to the true inwardness of Lent, if we do noc take great care. They may make people think they are keeping a goodl Lent, when, ...