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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 28 March 1914
Football. A meeting of the Magpie Football Club will be held at the Prahran ,lub Hotel, Commercial road, Prab ran, next Tuesday, March 31, at 8.30 sharp. Business being important, every member and intending mem bers are requested to roll up. Prac tise will take place on baturday at Fawkner Park.
Shopkeepers' Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 28 March 1914
Shopkeepers' Holidays. At Prahran Court on Thursday, before Mr Read Murphy, P.M.. Messrs Flintofc and Wallis, and Captain Russell, J.'sP., E. Chiel, of Greville street, was charged with not having his ironmongery premises closed on the day of the annual holiday, Saturday, March 1st. Inspector Trim stated that on the day in question he entered the shop and found a lady about 'to sell an article of hardware to a customer. Furniture is also sold on the premi. ses. Defendant said he was unaware that he was compelled to close, not knowing that the annual picnic of the trade was on. Mr Freeman, who prosecuted, said provided defendant received a permit he could keep his furniture department open, so long as the iron mongery department was locked up. Mr Nigan, for defendant, said the holiday had only been gazetted a fortnight previously. A fine of 10/- was imposed, with 10/6 costs. Wolf Goldenburg, of Chapel-st., South Yarra, for failing to close his fruit shop on the day of the annual holi...
Seven Million Miles Yet to be Explored. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 28 March 1914
Seven Million Miles Yet to be Explored. (By GARRE'TV P. .SERVISS.) The brave death of Callptain Scott, more even than the triumph of. (ip tin A'mundsen, has turned lien':i minds towards the regions of C~he earth which have not yet bleen- ex plored. Of the Antarctic Contitnent i tsClf very" little is known. J: l- i.«?iing straight to its..ceantbre the?-cxlor'r.P ;have obtained- a btetter gnqeral idea' of its 'natuire' thanl the c6ilhaii ve got by )iierely stldl?ing.i,, iLic.:- oiut skirts. '1he e s litt lo it i ti firts a \'triisti: i.ti.bl a iixi ? itih a greater inear h elevtiaUii tliiii a ny other. large, dlivision oi the: gl e.: -1'lleceideiice of' the fiir? ? elxist once tlireo: f na cliiite capaible of mainitanining forms: of life' inow foiiil onlyl iii teimperate, .or even :tiropici lands give.. i 6 . thhat sno5W;rl-Tricid con'. tinent a E'friscintion-tthat will fior many generationis Ir iwi ad iiturers to its stormr-siwept: plal ,iiis:s,.ý: ,. ullt nearer - hIoine (to say -no...
An Incident of the Municipal Election. Two Laborites are Asked to Retire from a Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 28 March 1914
An Incident of the Municipal Election. Two Laborites are Asked to Retire from a Meeting. An inc:dent of an interesting character took place on Saturday evening in South Yarra in connec tion with a meeting of friends and supporters of Mr G. N. Heyward, one of the candidates for the South Yarra Ward vacancy in the Prahran City Council. Mr L. H. Wells was voted to the chair, and after formally introducing the candidate enquired of Mr Dell, who was present (and who is a pro minent member of the Prahran branch of the Political Labor Council), whether he was a friend and supporter of Mr Heyward's. Mr Dell-I came here to hear the candidate's views. The Chairman-You will be able to hear his views at a public meeting. Mr Dell-When ex-Cr Holdsworth stood I came and asked him several questions. The Chairmen-This is a meeting of friends and supporters. Mr Dell-I am neither a friend nor an enemy. I have come to hear the candidate's views. The Chairman-You will have that opportunity later on. Mr ...
Is Palmistry True? STARTLING REVELATIONS MAD BY LINES ON THE HAND. THE HAND AN OPEN BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 28 March 1914
-Is Palmistry True ? - 4---+---- STARTILTN' fEl VELATIO.Ns .MIA|), BY LINE?S ON 1111.: IAND. :-THI? AND.AN Ol'EN l()OK. -It is goeilcrailsy- [?-iite( that 'an's' chidsicter. anid ter- letiiiirielI leae i heir traces .llpon his faere. 'l boii-\Vis iit the'thliinker, the athlete al l'hiive"'listinctive points -f i sioo iigionsl hicli iii?i-e tihe nati?e, oftiie' puinirsiit's mnd usvticu;tins. *•i, :'otitries of. piiliistry selini thatit thc sanine ssad s .n taii t iioi ll chariacter iii r displaCied in oir fee. oiii iistory i ris t ilarge un the lines ofouir;liiiiil; and cain he retall tilere ly the 'lines -'-of"~-- the hant its fu rrows and folds, by i ls ter of 'itliio.iss- or softness. cain a Ier. 'sonis' lihbiits, character, amd his so. tii loifsitioli le told. i?- isi curious: thing that n, iv?o aliii(s are'ifound with sinlilai Tiirkiiig ; s i is !t i t ihe vsil ]. ii Ter-p`riiits are 'so e llicancious in il, leteLctioti ofr crinie:. S.1TA IT CA U SES rTH ni I N. hei liies on our...
THE ONE THAT MATTERED. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 28 March 1914
THE ONE T13AE] El A' t I li An entllisil stic' m iilr fel ?1 intc the Ta'y. ie 'ws ' rc scuei'.ie I ith iso dillicultyl, an aiinjI y:-pimrai FI uico nl scious, suri iitirr u )n'7 1 'y'i S. It "There are s'itee a'lelles :f tieat ing the aiipIrnic tis- .(lroweil;' said it gentleman, I helpjissily, ?ibutI can remember any of theli'";;: : "Wull," said the'; lilf ldrowned iiian, "is there wi?in ati ..looti swhisky ?' "Yes," was therc 1. :.p : :. "T''hen get- tace twa irk k nuicklesh-irrp on tlllt ane," iadvised the sufferer, "nnd nivver worry aboot the .ither fifteen !" Two important ways for a woman to avoid disappointment ae never to fall in love, or put anything in the oven.
Bazaar in aid of Alfred Hospital. To be Opened on Wednesday Next. State Governor to Perform Opening Ceremony. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 28 March 1914
Bazaar in aid of Alfred Hospital. .0 - To be Opened on Wednesday Next. State Governor to Perform Opening Ceremony. A I arrangements in connection with the holding of the four days' Prabran Bazaar on behalf of the funds of the Alfred Hospital ar. well in hand. The openiag ceremony is to take p'ace at 3 p.m. on Wednes day next. The baziar has been initiated by tha Mayor (Cr E. H. Willis), and a large number ol cha i table ladies have been working assiduously fur some time making the necessary preparations, and there is every prospect of their diligent efforts meeting with the success they deserve. His Excellency the Governor, Sir Arthur Stanley,will open the Bizair, and Lady Stanley, who is accom panying His Excellency, is taking a personal interest in it by making the dresses for a doll which will be raffled. Miss Leslie Madden will accompany the Vice-Regal Party. The bazaar is to be held in the Prahran City Hall, the roof of which was destroyed by the disastrous fire. A temporary ta...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 28 March 1914
A USEFUL REMINDER: The man who does not Ad vertise will soon need Advertising for. L1NSEED COMPOUND for coughs and colds; Of proven effolenoy for chest oomplaints. A Warranted Cure for all acquired or Constitutional Discharges from the CLARK'S Urinary Organs in either CLAR S Sex. These Famous Pills B 41 also cure Gravel, Pains in the Back, and all Kidney PILLS Disorders. Free from mer cury. Forty years' suc cess. Sold by all Chemist. anid Storekeepers through out the World. FRASER d MORPHET FOR GOOD PRINTING
Dandenong Road Tree Reserves. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 28 March 1914
Dandenong Road Tree Reserves. Prahran council has passed a re solution-" That the Caulfield coun cil be informed this council does not approve of its suggestion to include the tramway track as part cf the tree reserves in Dandenong road, and that the Caulfield council be re quested to sign the application for the proclamation, which has received the approval of the other councils interested."
High Street State School. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 28 March 1914
High Street State School. At the last meeting of the Prahran Council the health committee brought up a recommendation as follows-" That the city surveyor's report upon the condition or the drain and stairs at the High street State school be forwarded to the Education Department and Board of Public Health, in view of the in sanitary and dangerous condition of the drain and stairs." The recom mendation was adopted.
Carving Up Prahran Roads. What the Railway Department is Doing. The Regrading Works. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 28 March 1914
Carving Up Prahra u Roads. What the Railway Dep?art ment is Doing. The Regrading Works. In connection with wnat is kriown as the Caulfield railway regr ading works, portion of which Is with in the municipality of the city of Prahran, the Raiiway Department is showing a particular partiality for iriany of the Prahran city streets and tho ruughla-es, for they are carving portions of them up and abs.orbing them as one would select this choicest tit-bits from one's best Sunday joint. Portions of Hawksburn and Arms. dale territory, for instance, which are unfortunate enough to be in the immediate vicinity to the railway line, have been so much hacked about I and then made convalescent that their dearest friends can now hardly recognise them. The face of the country seems to have been trans. formed. The Department naturally claims that it is doing everything for the best, and he would be a bold layman indeed who would stand up and argue to the contrary. It is all a matter of professional ...
Prahran City Finances. FORTNIGHTLY STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 28 March 1914
Prahran City Finances. FORTNIGHTLY STATEMENT. The last fortnightly financial state. ment of the Prahran council showed the following figures: Rate for year ending 3oth Sept., 1914 at 1/8, [44,290. Collected to 5th March, 1914, [2272 Is 8d. Rates, 1912-13, collected to 27th Feb, 1913, i,o906 17s 8d. Arrears of rates at Sept. 30, 1913, £158 8s 7. Collected to March 5th, 19f4, £92 14s 4d. Total receipts amounted to £3022 as 7d. The fortnightly accounts amount ing to 1£3359 12s od were passed for payment. Marine dealer-Any old bottles to-day, mum? Woman-No, but you might try Mr Soakem's next door; his wife's coming back from the seaside to morrow.
A Perplexing Question. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 4 April 1914
A Perplexing Question. Being a fuanny man he was at it Igain. Seated on.the grass in the mlidst of: the picnic,- party he was spinnligii the Ilatest yartis. ."I ' hsay ieli reiarked to those as sonobled@ L- bet. you canit anisnr this riddle.' "'Well,` h1at is: i'f ?asked a clh ius of vbites . : '~an, you: ?'iiame :: t:n animal Ithat liis e-jes -a?.): ainot: see, legs I :1,, chfe l ,t ii - ilk, ?hia- jumnp as high as :the i- fi tfel ` tower l:e .iod ?.lt- : ere(d t :; lici- brains 'nil-tllere w cil?.'elt,. -sincet for a nomenti ''I don't kn ow 'renlirked some one: 1give it up " h..e rest' of the piart.?. also sini fied. their inait?.ai .to Dloe tlhe ridle: '."The ainswer ?said the funny manl, ''is .?a toodedn ho'ise. It, has eyes andi caiinot. see and; legs- and cannot "'es.:..But ho doos it, jump as lii.te as thlie :Ei fel. 'lower. ?" came the? triuinphailtn: shouti.. :. '-'l.he l' iiel t.Toter, " said tile fui?iiy,nncaiina lie mi, ide. reparatio.is for litirried:ideiarture can't ij...
No Wine at the White House. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 4 April 1914
No Wine at the White House. According. to the "\ew York 'I'ri. bune," the new Democratic Admil,. istration has. alieadyc assumed cl "blic.: ribboon'. comiiplexion.l: Owlil, .to thie att' t -ehe ?resident 11. lt, . Mlrs, \Wilson, as ,W ellt ish. :eice Presidlent -'and Mirs -fMarshall, -the Secretryof :State an d'Ms. Bryan , "re ci,:abstaiiiers, :?tio 'wiines or :ileso Bioic liquors??will. be srveid at any of tlie entertaini.ients = gien "by .te Te :rh ion ilcoholir i was foi nall `introduced a a lui cheon gi enih .thi. he .etr ,,i St1cailnchanl. -?itrs-l tryaii. to try jI lrycer the~ritishe h 'iti nlib-isaor, Ie r h' ? atter''depirt ure f, ir (a,: :da~:'.'l rihostess obser-'ed that neithe ;she hnot' her husband= drank ine d ;i:: hadded :that; she knew that :Mrl Bryce :did inot.. or :some time past Mrs ::: ama Clark, the wife of the Spe ker, at oticial receptions hlas pros qiled the: guests only with coolings grape juice punches" and lenimonade; -lendin.ri: memnbers of the Admlinistr ...
Old-time Lotteries. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 4 April 1914
Old-time Lotteries. A Ithousand pounds for a iipenny!' .Co .ra the 'he c advertisement, of- a ldot lery thatt cwas 'crin: -dw at Dboiset (hr'idens i-Theatre : on .'Octoberl -' 9, 1 69S ; hut "who it:: was tlhi?-t received the thousand opounlds,- remiained a mystery. A story circulated : t hthe: time told .how a. btoy;' ;shortlt='before the drawing of tthe lottery, was cwalki,"g ' along.: 13rerjt.iord i.: T}ighi strect,, munching a crust --.oCf bread, when le met an old . wom ' n;- cho looked with such wistful- and hi?ll gry- eyes :at;the ?i reead that the Ioy, touched with.c comipasi6on,i;thrust the cruist into :her ha.nds -and mnarch' edi off. :Thie old :wonian' called himi: ijck,k gave. him: a ; "ecnny, and bade him I o tod such l. place anld "buy a ticket in"the lottery;.. Jhis =-he did, ai nd :won thei thosand pounids' prize.' Whether -:?itches: have mny right to incterfere with the hobnest I course of cihaice .i ;':these 'nitt rs is a con sideCiatio:n thcat : iust?;i left to th...
Bridegroom's Adventure. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 4 April 1914
;Bridegroom's Adventure. A Yiing andI pretty l' i.-isin bride I .)-he i I I i .:s Iiililon sant cX eriic:ce the other ila. l he was dr.": se I in the traditional brirdit r,' e. vcil, • rid wilath I o orange I,rs'ii)s.' _-The -eIially tritulitinnal ti lI -arriag e. with r its pair of raiincig lhirses, --.was ;.L the door. Il'hc I ridual lpart -hadi arssenilled at tlie chvrih., -All .hat iias.lacking ri's the hri legi'?:ii. An hour pass al. The I hirtic Ig i t ogrow hys teiica.. while tu l-.crist.racted father in-hirt s t lel- ,lho ii.: -?ill.-, over P'is t "o tit iii iw: -.. \ fter three IridrIl r-i rigi'e ti tivane' a toiir of tic I . i 1:.l., the 'i li i l statlio s, riil ;urrnrlit 01w l imii r iir i I -it uiind i;t.i l.ce of tlie iits iii--,' nridegroo?ti ii tireri vninr -he p itirerd, ftiguned' 'in I :('ishbiveIle- , i t liit-li li p I -Haif iii huIir burfoire In- tiire fixed for thli wediii he hnil -'gupie to -btu a I ii of v liite gloviesi'-; \V ile irnthe sai.. hIe noticeet Ii...
Thank Mother for your Body—Father for your Brains. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 4 April 1914
Thank Mother for your Body-Father for your Brains. -----+- ly: Dr. L. -K. IllIISIEU13G .) 'l'.he T.Mendelian or commonly, ac erelitd l?i: ? of h;ere-ity ?dele in. ' generar! way that: the Iphysical structure intellec:.: ani character or, -iiim -iii ilan i:: other n Oir T?mlo.-:. spri ng-are? re[ frin boththe N iiw coimes ?-a n'oloi-al : genius; leretolore orinhei df f oie a ith a inmso, c ii bvideiletO 0 ihsly -e Ictly gwhat leti, s of- ;?? ysiriiole?-lwsil and?t inentalo . e getfrorinfr each iiareil, l ' `hh slier i -'hase -t o0 1 ac mli et t uftl; e a e;eof c,.'.. na? h mih . Tii arts;n tates? form whichinn Iparentail - sex it in id Ife,?e rt Spencer alnd mused .oi-vestigati ns: ?:n data of otfhers ;roit which ,,to 'draw=is ,is ' eonclfision's Tlhe frifim??rk of: the liuekii, ody, .the skeleton,, " conime.sI accoidingly the cells in the ?:corteo i the: rain, iwhich, are the biallooii hefs -atJ the. ed of the e nerves, whicih .ire respon ifif for hiiiinan reason jiudgment, iutellig...
Repairing a Spine. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 4 April 1914
sRepalinig a Spine. Sh'ile i toriis of reuinrlhable and 'rIi'i g:g : operation t?were.ilheiiug told ,t tihe onm"reesS of doctors.. in Lon-: Bdoil,. a still' more extirmoi-dcinary feat was performed,:., for. thel lirst t iiilin Egland,id at .the. O-rthoi pacii?i. IHoslitia ii Great 1O lort; laid S?treet: Beo rre f- ix'; eni ent. surgons';. o0 mi .i r idlitis Dr.i a:! a -. 1 iite Sit" i ?i?:t y shanoil-ieon- the oert- t'de cease ihsiit ach re eiche-long.rcild. corI Iasi (-Ii s li thu d ofa an ustinchide : e cut froti te t 1 52 timi.\a r iny cLru]ar 95aa .- eleSti aall'. drivei.-' him lint furnro eftsiiL inour dn~euiseaed Vrte wcre -:x -itcIhr i oj'er :it- i iui tIi stat ta'et Inf 'minutes ----Dr . A1hhey tluo i.i the .LS with inagniuiceiiL retiilts.
Land Sales. ELWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 4 April 1914
Land Sales. ELWOOD. The recent sale of Crown allotments t Elwood, which was held at the auctioni rooni . of- Messrs.: Baillieu, :I Allard ands Co., of. Collins-street, :-as very ,::successfil: .Tlhe bidding was p?lrited,: and in every instance anl in crease or -5 per cent. was obtained over tlhe reserve price,. whilst in some cases an advance of 50.per cent. was STlie sale s opened with the offer of u:six. :allotments. situated in Tliackeray-street,.: with frontages ranging. froni 57ft '6in, to 66ft., by depths of l07ft. Tfie upset price of these' sectionis was £2/5/- per foot, and thie prices' realised ranged from £4/216 to £3/15/-: Two allotments fronting the :Marine-parade, each about 52ft. by 132ft., were sold for £6 and £b/17/6-per foot respectively, the upset price being £4 per foot. Five allotments ' in Lytton-street, each about 56ft. by 115ft., realised from £3/10/- to £3/7/6 per root. The upset price was £2/5/- per foot. There were seven sections disposed of in Bhrkly-stree...
Champion Footballer. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 4 April 1914
Champion Footballer, At the meeting of the permit and umpire Dommittee of the Viotorian Football League Wednesday even. ing it was decided to grant a permit to D. McNamara to transfer from he Association Club to St. Kuca, Last year this privilege was refused McNamara, and now that his appli cation has been granted much sais faLtion has been expressed in St, Kilda football circles.