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Proposed Tramway Through Albert Park. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

Proposed Tramway Through Albert Park. The proposal (emanating origi. nally from the Prahran City Council) to extend the High street electric tramway through Albert Park to the western foreshore of St. Kilda has been hanging fire for a long time. The holiday recess of the municipal bodies interested will have the effect of s:ill further prolonging the delay in arriving at a final decision in the matter. Hitherto the St. Kilda and South Melbourne Councils have strong'y opposed the extension of the t:amway through the Park. Their reasons for so doing have been of a varied description. Some time back the Prahran Council lost patience with its sister body in St. Kilda, and said some hard things on the subject. It hinted very strongly that the city by the sea was actuated by motives that served their own pecuniary ends, inasmuch as their object was to see that tht.major portion of the traffic to the:.beach .passed over the lines that had been established within the limits of their own mun...

Publication Title: Prahran Chronicle
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THE REVOLT OF FATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

THE REVOLT OF FATHER. xWioe yiair feet, pi-a c-ailed the eldest daughter, fas, -et and mnulddj?, her :.'ath:r Stisliblcld Ip .the steps 0 the Efr i 1roi.i l o1 "Pa-a'i" ' acord ingly si-~int:lid his: feet diggeritly on the Wiie mat-;: then li h stepped on a scrip' of ca-p et on: 'the porch; and by conto:tiht: him-elf:- into stranze shapcs:: wiped the edges of his soles comr-'cativsely clean: l'Don: t hian yo~.ir wet coat there!" called 'hi" ~'ie "t Th -ater will ruin that chali."n Accordingly; pan'a gathercd lip h's raiicnat haid carri:d it to th'- laiiaooniN. "O, ia 'lin?l," 5;ilcil ti6 5o:n :at daughter, " 'l-o : at t?i e t i?d" hIe's leIsving on the st-irs ! ?l I just wa.i-dh,:d i lien - inyself ' ':ut 1" a , stand'n-, on one. foot iand lioVin about like: o;ie da;l)pip gigtilic sto'k wa5' -pitin- oni his- slippr-S in the bathroom- Th~il hel changed hIis clothes- aid came downistairs: " Did yo:i clihange your cloth s, dear ?" inallired his 'ife, sweetly, while -sle ldoke d at thie...

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

.. -. -.. PRAHR-AN - CHRONICLE ..; .'TSATURDAY; JANUARY io A.N.A. DAY,.26t J an. 191' Lockwood Estate, BELGR.AVE. HALF TO 10-ACRE BLOCKS, With FRONTAGES to the MONBULK CREEK ._: :I ·J~4- : ,, ,· -i . . TERMS from £2 eposit. 1 monthly. No Interest ilMilagnificerit Creek Protages. ::_:.(7':.:? .. . . . - ? -?:..- .i-:,.: ... '.... : ;-::.:: :?.- -:.:- ., .::.. .- ::. . - ._ Estate only 15 mins. walk from Station. Coaches and Refreshments Provided Free on Day of Sale. 20 Acre Block of Full Bearing Orchard on very Easy Terms 5 per cent. Discount for Cash in One Month. Glorious Views. MARSHALL .& LAJGRIDGE, Auctioneer and Subdivisional Specialists, 331 Collins Street, melbourne. W.e are Agents for the following Esta .te s:: FROM PER BLOCK. PANORAM: - - £15 - MT. DANDENONG G ::'·: " . ...Bar~ -.~g .- """:-. :.- ..- - ; . .- . . :?: .:.... _: L. : _:- Es at on 15 in . wal: m S ato .,?: :? ,:,:: .... : MT. MORTON £20. . .B ..ELGRAVE - BARROWBY £ . 12 WOORI YALLOCK OLUDEN . £78 BRIGH...

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

Fraser & Morphet tor Good Printing. LYRIC Theatre, ESPLANADE, ST. KILDA. U Cbe Butterflie$ EVERY EVENING, Wet or Fine. At 8.30. STAR PICTURES INCLUDING THE LYRIC GAZETTE. I A 8 pm. - Prices, ?/-, i/6, 1/-and 6d. Box Plan at Allan's, and Solomon's, Grey Street. ~~T[ iTEL IPHJ3 E .}t0 .Vinlsor. I~ A Continental Al Fresco. ? AD~ADISE ESPLANADE, ST. KILDA. The Most Popular Picture Resort in the whole Metropolis. Complete Change of Programme every cYMonday &, Thursday. Nightly at 8.30. Lessee- - W. J LINCOLN. Manager - R D. HOULDIN. Telephone-3495 Windsor. I PA ItS DE DANSE Continuous Continuous Summer Dancing 8 p.m. Every Evening 8 p.m. ESPLANADB, St. Kilda Beach Where the -Cool Breezes blow ! I I 1.- *******-*I M Z. Glassel ART WIG MAKER, LADIES' HAIR DRESSER -- and HAIR SPECIALIS F 342 Chapel-street, Prahran - Opposite Read's, WVishes to inform the Ladies of Prahran and surrounding districts that he has taken over the entire Stock in Trade of "MAISON CHARLES," And Wvil...

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"AVOID MODERATION." ADVICE TO THE YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

'AVOID MODERATIO!'? ADVICE TO-THE YOUNG. My-'ounsel to the young man is Avoid the Mean. Your proper plac is in one of the extremes-I scarcely care which. Commit yourselves tc a cause, and to all that the caus implies. Put off being "moderate' at least until you are "venerable;' and even then try to guard yoursel ves against so deep a fall. But. if now,- when your mind is open. and allyour faculties are fresh, ant life is full of possibilities, you be gin:to cultivate moderation and wor ship the Mean, you may make ship w.reck of your. moral heing. "If you want to eat and drink, and make money, and he successful: if yo.j want to :alk- in tame, smooth avenues, answering the world according to its idols, and never let ting the stroke of your-- chillenge ring on the broad shield of its hy pocrisies"-why, then, the Mean must be your constant study, and Modera tion must be the lamp that lights your steps. But you will have to pay the pen alty. "'Great deeds shall be done. but you will not ...

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METHODS OF SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

METHODS OF SUCCESS. The editor of the '.'Strand ' prints a symposiumi of opinionus contributed by eminint men .regarding thbsurest methods of attaining to success. in life, especially in the direction : of commerce. Leaving the essential. of gril;!is out of ccn3ideratio,, these authorities differ very much as to the value of routine, tho-.::gh aIi anree that an interest in anything under taken is a first essential if it is to prosper. Mr. Rockefeller does believe in fixed rules and a minute care for details. F confess that I attach .great im portance .to routine. 1 do not be lieve in what is called "the rule of thumb:" the rudiments of: business should be properly taught, and. the ,round prepared to build upon. If a youth has had no thorough ground ing, a time may come when' -his wca' ness for detail ivill show itself. When people write to me. asking for the secret of my success, I always t?ll them that I owe everything. to a love for, and. mastery of. details. A man playing che.s o...

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ANIMALS' DREADS. ELEPHANTS HATE MICE, AND TIGERS DISLIKE DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

ANIMALS' DREADS. -----+-- ELEPHANTS HATE MICE, AND TIGERS DISLIKE DOGS. It is well known that many people have alln inexplicable aversion td cer tain an'imals: Lord Rloberts, it. is said, strongly dislikes :.cats," .aid can say at once if 't.lihere is one - in. the room or not. .- tost people have a -horror of ·nakcs-and other. things which crawl and creep : Animalt;, like human beinigs, -ha.ve their likes an'l disilikes. Puit cer tain ianimals together, anld yoii ma well expect a fightt: while another two will become the friendliest of': corimrades - Women are -proveirbial for: their horiror of mice. but one :ould hard ly: expect an elepllhant to s!oow fear at such a tiny foe 'i 'tiis fear was shown someni ye-irs ago during some experimints to hinl out the Ilkesof animals in the inenagerie.- The huge animal spotted thel mouse as soon as it w-as placedi in -it. t In losire. The elephan?" ga?' -eritcices of fear ,niniediately ! i. ith one ofits liig feet it could have -smashed the ti...

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ANIMAL GEOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

ANIMAL GEOGRAPHY. -- ': ----.4 "Animal Geo'raphy" is the title o: an interesting paper by the Hon. G Graham Murray, in the ':'W'ndsor hMagaine," in the course cfi l1i 1 the writersays :-a 'Ihc most rotent fa-ters.:, in i. change of surrouandings are the vaiia tions in the outlined and frrm o lands, caused by .the sI?;w" r.isijg Ior wearing down of mounlaid rcn's, ct by lth lceiaticn or de-res ion c.i a continl l'l t'obder. Con'irin n:s once cornctd- ni:ay lie divided, thus: caius inn the delscendants of the comr'o stock to te sep'ratCdd into two fam- l;es, and thu longer the time rinc siu i a se-1ra0tion, tlie more wil the descenilants oi th fani!Vy di~fcrctifr3n oni ranoah-r. 'h? reinleer of North ern Europe aidl hre carilo:. of .far Northlern . America are so much aldI; that it-. is 'inferred tlhat there was' Sn:e a ccnnection° I;eti:vcci these .n ais Natturalists also believe ilut . thb prma an'd la'iiar found it ihi midrlle irtiitudts of the Neew Worid are dle senided from the s...

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

FRA?HR and MORPHE I for Good Printing. READ'S SALE now on. Doafnrs3 1Noises n tbho Road &o . positivelv ?red by HARLEY's EAR LOTroa T1h:s n?wRoermlv ?09 raiht to the clntnt seat, of the diw. a., nnd has effectePd "ch temarhable onres that the grenatet hope is held out to all ensufferrer., no matter bow had or- loone-standing the oaee may be. Ono bottlo Will cu?0 any ordinary ecase, and will be sent securely paoked and post-paid with full directions and. testimonials on reoeipt of i4e d. Order direot from JAMeisa E. H ,IuSSu. 283 tookdale' P.nrad. Rnuth LaILbetfh. Lo?toltl, E?1ig. 'LINSEED COMPOUN D far ~oughi ~k1d olab. Otproven e ailenoy 1ev chest complaints, TnoxAT AFFECOTIONS AND HOARSENEses - All snffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by the use of " Brown's Bronohalsl Troches." These famous "lozenges" are nov sold by most respeotatle chemists in this country. People troubled with a " hac...

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

FOR Biirthday & WeddingPresents You have the Widest Selection at PHILLIPS' JEWELLERY CORNER Do not Do not fail fail tO to Call and See Call and See our our New New Shop. I Shop. CHAPEL and GREEN STREETS, WINDSOR. Call and see our Show of Jew'llery an{ Electro Plate and compare Prices with any other House in Melbourne. °- JO~~U~~~i~ H N ROSIE---·~R ?o-o=,?,hr-O, PretFe Under p0eserved in Vice-Regal and Surgical Bootmaker, 'thir Pristine JOHN ROSIER, Foot Specialist, Chiropodist Perfect Feet Patronage. Beauty. The Human Foot Treated on only Scientific and Natural Process. o r, Bi , .nrin Suffering. Relieved while maintaining the Shape and hiding Deformity Toe Nails Treated with and ,Ma!formation. See Testimonial. Proof Undoubted. Utmost Safety and the Most TEL. 4888. Orthopedic Instituta--246 SWANSTON ST.. Library Side. Delicate Touch. . HINDRANCES S TO HEALTH such as dyspepsia, biliousness, loss of appetite, torpid liver, consti pation, sick-headache, and other evidences of a...

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

50Ln Pk yERRWHEIs Auction Sales of Furniture and Property a specialty. BIKENSON & FORSTER ~,nc;~-·-- L--- .. (E. J. Forster, Sworn Valuator) Auctioneer & Estate Agents Rents Collected. . Insurances Effected. 0 -, -. ,' Loans Negotiated. " !. " - . .;*:.. . . :..:? Only Address --ma .s 110 CHAPEL STREET. /--- TEL.:: WINDSOR 111. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. -%, ?.. JOHN A. REID Baker & Pastrycook, yBgs io uotify-the Reaidenms. iSr i i adjD'strict that he ha s UOened inIBusiness at. .. 111.., Brighton Road, St. Kilda, ...AS... LIoiHT LUNCHEON AND TEA ROOMS. -o- All Kinds High.class Pastry and Cakes. of Choicest Qualizy... Picnics and Parties Supplied. The favour of your Patronage Respectfully Solicited. Slpal L. liuUU, Barrister and Solicitor, 161- Greville Street, Prahran nnounces that he has purchased the praotice of Mr. W. E. BRUNT, od may'be.consulted at the above address Trcst Moneys to Lend. R. W Kinghani, ,ENERAL BOOKBINDER, Bi??der to th. Prahran Public Libr...

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Rifle Shooting. PRAHRAN V. RICHMOND. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

S Rifle Shooting. ;PlAH1'iAN; V. RICHMIOND. MTic "first .match of the year was fircd1?oni'Situird aiiy.at Port Melbourne ra;inge and. colnpriscd a teams' match oi;. i- lts'". 600 yards. 14 men aside. Ti[ mc- a1.ir estulted :in a win for P1-airiirn '.three, .epoints. The best .oirsA-f irPr ibran were W. Croft 67, -IilI-iur 6 Cf" H Candy 64, :iAi n&_.^isilef 162. Vor Richmorid th- .est- wvere Hincock 69 Nichol 65'Loe 65;- Smith 64.

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Political. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

'Political. Now thaOthe i'remier has delivered his policy 'speech, those candidates wil. are .contestings scats will have :i busy time right up till poling day, on0 Thursday, J-anuary 1. li5Ii Mr." Watt's speecif tiere. was nothilig tinat mnight be considered of a- controversial char- acter. The present Parliamciit -has only about linue months to live, and tie prograimiic o f., work to:.be underi taken is?. to :6- di :a -iiactical' .lature, affecting the country districts* more tlian- tile metropolis. The question of decentrialisation iis'onle :of great importance, and, as Mr. .Watt very aptly remarked, -in outlining the policy; ."we have: tried :to establish conditions that would act a-s i.'set uff against this uinhealthy, ceitralisa tion in the cities, because it mijust he recognised that tlhe prosperity of the State depends oi- the- number of people who are workiig suiccessfully oil the laldd." - Therdiis: nothing par ticularly new about such a state incut, but it is, -hieverthel...

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MR. WEBBER'S MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

: Mr Webber; the ?Labodr candidate, ilddressed:a crowded meeting in the Prahrali 'Town Hall on Wednesday evening. Mr. J. Pearson, President of thie local :branch of the Political Labor Council, was in the chair. included amongst those occupying seats .on the platform were Mr. Elmslie, M.L.A., the leader of the State Opposition, Mr. Tudor, M.H.R., iad Mr Hannan, M.H.R. : Mr Webber, who was very cordi ;ally:.redcived, said that for the past five years he had acted as secretary of the- United CGiocers Employes' Union. The Labor party should win the Prahiran seat from the reaction ary and undemocratic party which now held it. (Applause.) The Labor party had been instrumental in hav ing placed on the statute book all the democratic legislation that was in operation to-day. (Applause.) The downfall of the Watt Ministry some weeks ago was due to the in troduction of a Redistribution of Seats Bill to give the people of the country double the voting power of the people in the metropolis. The...

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NECK-OR-NOTHING JOCKEYS. A WORD ON FLAT RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

NECK-OR-NOTHING JOCKEYS. A WORD ON FLAT RACING. There is no truer saying than tha there are jockeys and jockeys-and tc no branch of racing is this saying more applicable than to riding the steeplechases. Not only must the crack rider over the sticks be a joc key, in the sense of a tactician, but he must he - a horseman as well. An ordioary jockey knows .that is required of him so far as the craft of race 'riding is concerned. The horseman, however, knows all this anid-u mich more besides. He has an intimate acqua'ntance with the horse he is riding, and a ready re source, a quick determination, and withal a more intense solicitude for Ithe well-being of his mount than is ciharacteristic, or even can reason ably be expected, of the flat-rare rider. It is at the 'water-j?mp" that -P4 steeplechase-rider's true worth- is. tested. At a wide water iump,' yoat w'ill see him drive his ianout quicik:r than usual, to give him. siifflicient- i petus to. get over. Again, where there is a -fence ...

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POLLING DAY AND POLLING BOOTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

POLLING DAY AND POLLING ::: BOOTHS. As will be sen by advertisement in another co!umn, the polling day for the election of one member to serve in the Legislative Assembly of Vic toria for the electoral district of Pirahran, and. for which Mr. Donald Mackinnon, who has represented Prahran for many years, and Mr. W. H. Webbecr have nominated, has been fixed for Thursday, January 15. The polling places are as follows: For the South Yarra division, at 142 and 146 Toorak-road, South Yarra; and for the Prahran division, at the City Hall, Chapel and Greville-. streets, Prahran. The hours of poll ing' are from 8-aim: till 7 p.m.

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THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. PROF. GILRUTH "GOING TO BLAZE THE TRACK." [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

TiEE NORTHERNI TilRRiTORY. -+ PROF. GILRUTH "GOING TO BLAZE THIE TRACK." Professor Gilruth, the new Admin istrator of the Northern Territory, speaking in Sydney prior to his de parture for Darwin, said that whilst he had unbounded faith in the most lifficnltt pioneering tasks in the world in front of him. The Territory was no place to dump the settler ahead of developmental works. There would be plenty of room for him, thoogh, along the blazed track "'ad I," he said, "am going up to blas the track." About the productivity of the Ter ritory no man who had any exper ience of it could have the least doubt. There were immense areas of fertile land vithout people, stock, or even fences. Counting in all the white people, all the cattle, all the horses, all the pigs, there was not one domesticated animal to the square mile. Much of the land was not even surveyed. In days gone by a square was drawn on the map, and that was declared to be the area leased. As to the prospects oi pro duction, ...

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Alleged Footpath Obstruction. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

.Alleged Footpath 0 bstruc- tion. :At thc Pralran Court on M0oiday,: befire Messrs. McKiinnon (chair. Ti;an), Bangs, Martin and Curwen-. Walker; J's.P., H. :Ireland; floist; of Chiapel-street, Windsor, was charged on- the information of Henry Rider, city inspector, with exposing pot plants for sale on the footpath, and thereby causing an obstruction. There were three sunt monses of the same kind against Mr. Ireland. Mr. D. H-erald, city solicitor, ap peared for the prosecution, and Mr. J. H. Maddock for the defence. Inspector Rider stated that on Decemrber 22 there were three rows of pot plants on the footway, on1 December 23 two and a half rows, and on December 24 two rows. Mr. Maddock-A'nybody else sum mnoned for a similar offence?l-No. Did you look for any others on these particular days?-Well, I saw no others. Did you look at the florists' fur ther up the street?-Yes. Were flower pots on the footpath there?-No. They were inside the door. 1 have cautioned people, in cluding Mr. I...

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AMUSEMENTS PARADISE. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

SAMUSEMENTS I9ARADISE. This delightful Picture Garden, 3 with its sparkling tountain its illu Si.miinations, lawn, etc., has, as usual, attracted good audiences during the ) hoidays, .when somne ,ery -fie 'pidc? t tures have ,been showni. -Mro.':-ildii - announces or this wek veAd an r othr atitios o lilda i alI the wek aiid tie 'llo - li-s betitwel elid with narit nrn I couples, whio . -sees 'ito thoroughly appreciate the pleau r of daiiicig-ini - the semi-open-air ,allroom iLarge inumibers af.'o enjy i?heinsilves just' as much lookin on the happyi comn pany from .the miany vantage points withoflut... - LUNA PARK. With its unendindg list of 'big at tractions the "just for fun" pleasure ground continues to draw its thou sands nightly. "Big attractions" nardly describe soise of the' exhibi tions, which are of .the most daring order possible to. imagine.. Calvertr in his exceptionally clever emulaition of Blondin, brings forth a tremen dous round of applause, while De Carno holds ever...

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Riotous Behaviour Charge. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 10 January 1914

Riotous Behaviour Charge. At Prahran Court on Thursday, before Mr Harrison, P..., and Mr Fliotoft, J.P., six men were charged with having behaved in a riotous manner in South Yarra on Dec. 19 Their names were-F ederick Carl. son, Harry Maine, Herbert Maine, Jas. Tyler, Ernest Saunders. and Jas. Saunders. Evidence was given for he prosecution by W\alter R. Stewart, Wm. Treseda, Alfred Eil dem, Constahble Stock, and Sergean Lillis. The civilians stated that defendants were engaged in fighting at the corner of Powell and Alexan dra streets. Tyler was. teen to be on the ground, covered..,in blooi. Carlson and otheis" also had Sblood on them. It w's said in de fence that the trouble started in a hotel through Tyler asking for money for b-er, The bench fined each defendant 6s, with 2s 7d costs, in default three days,

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