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From "The Parish Supplement." Some Saintly Lives of Modern Times. EDWARD BOUVERIE PUSEY. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 April 1914
F.rom' "The-Parish Supplement." :Some Saintly Lives of Modern Times., EIIDW.ARD BOUVERIIE PUSEY. 'o l.ove Ccd,. to ,work for God." Tlis' * oricd s;-- writes tlie- author: otf "C::'iiei: .Lowdi-dcr,"- sintl up; thc story cf _lJ:::.litis-ey': -:iife.;:'fe . Ofiimise- f-Dr. i ay:: says:A" . hsli iehas ;beei -spent' iii: a scriesa ilisuilated eff6ots:ý bca irig iided' upoi'li ne-: great eS tLii rt growut s ot Catliol c t tifs iadiaisi among us. Puseyiiidedsan(a iids o. hi boldrelie, d strong, a cen-. tral .iiiure of ':oti "o ' Moen;ent;e and words wlici comnmeinorate.lis teacliiig. liave; bacoine .recognised parts -oft the'Engilisl tongue.- These iwords' stand .IforI ue s'.viidication of right doctriiie 'for.i' s I' 'i'i(;r I'ollock, thei saint3i i hMi sioii 1i scs oif t ,Al buni's, Bhir-ii:gii r.ot :' "It a'? s the viiflica ioin ,0 tl - iis cat iiiil doctrine (i s?atisin'ili R egcai.o t'i ailicli gaini ed?ifo: tle oritliodox icli cline:i longi ago thea dlignityt ol bxeing call o' P ise...
Albert Park. Proposed New Rules of Management. Prahran to be asked to Join In. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 April 1914
Albert Park. Proposed New Rules of Management. Prahran to be asked to I Join In. The South Melbourne Council wrote to St-'Kilda- Council- on -Wednesday.: evening, stating that it was not con venient for its deputation. to attend St. Kilda Council that evening in.re gard to the proposed technical-school site in Albert Park, on-account of the Easter holidays,, and also, in regard to the proposed- re-constitution of the Albert Park Committee.. ' . . . Cr. Hughes said the constitution of the coinniittee was not. altogether what was desired, .but he did not think the proposals put forward by South Melbourne Council would meet his ideal as to how the business- should be carried on. The matter was referred to ,the Public Works Committee. A sub-committee of the South Mel bourne Council has made the follow ing recommendations for the re-con stitution of the Albert Park Trust: (a) The term of appointment for council's representatives to be three years. (b) The basis of representation on the c...
True Act of Citizenship. Mr. Cleeve's Generosity. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 April 1914
True Act of Citizenship. Mr. Cleeve's Generosity. On behalf of Mr. Sali Cleve, a re sident of St. Kilda for the past 62 years, Cr. Jacoby on Wednesday evening, presented the St. Kilda Coun cil with a cheque for £180 for the purpose of converting the triangular piece of land at the corner of Fitzroy street and Beaconsfield-parade into a beauty spot. Plans for the work, drawn up by Mr. Kelly, city surveyor, provide for the area being edged with flowers and ,shrubs, with. pyramid shaped rockeries at each cornier. The centre - is to be laid out with white sand, with seats shaded by trees at intervals. An asphalt walk will sur round the block. It was not the first time (said Cr. Jacoby) that Mr. Cleve had acted in a generous manner to wards the city, as at an expense of £300 he had some time ago'erected a fountain on the foreshore. In hand ing Mr. Cleve's cheque over to the Mayor, Cr. Jacoby moved that the Town Clerk- write to Mr. Cleve, ex pressing the council's cordial thanks for his l...
Prahran, South Yarra and Toorak Creche. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 April 1914
Prahran, South Yarra and Toorak Creche. On Tuesday, lApril 28, in the Prah ran Town Hall, a concert is to be held in aid of the Prahran, South Yarra and Toorak Creche. A splendid pro gramnue hlas_ been arranged for the occasion by Miss N. Findlay & pupils, who "will ,.be :assisted by leading artists. 'The programme will include items by tli:ePiParan City Band, recitations by MissEstlier Reid, Miss Floira Lloyd, ;Miss:Nina, Findlay, Miss' Alice Vienes, Miss Dorodtly ;Julian,: and Masters Ronnie Lloyd and Eddie Lloyd. Vocal solos will be B'endered by Miss Emily Stannus, Miss M. Guest, Miss Irene Layton, .Miss. Edna Coppard, and Messrs. Cyril Benton and A. Sweeney.. Mr. Eric Fox will contri bute a piano, sol, and Miss Dorothy Julialn a toe dance. A scene from "King John'". (Shakespeare) will be in terpreted -lby-Miss Lily Stageman as King .Arthur, and Miss Martha Shearer -as Hubert. The concluding item wyill be a romantic play, "Under Two Flags," -in which Mrs. Ida Cop pard, Ml...
Bazaar Committee's Final Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 April 1914
Bazaar Committee's Final Meeting. The final meeting of the commit tee of the Alfred Hospital Bazaar (Prahran) will be held on Wednes day evening next, at 8 o'olock. After the business is concluded the Mayor (Cr E. H. Willis) and the President of the Alfred Hospital (Mr George Fairbairn) will entertain the mem bers of the committee, when a programme of music and dancing will be provided.
MAKING OF A STREET. A SENATOR'S OBJECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 April 1914
MAKING OF A STREET. T -4--- A SENATOR'S UBJECTIONS. At Wednesday evening's meeting o of the . St.-Kilda Council Senator DeLargie attended to object to an n amount of contribution he was called upon to pay towards the construction of Cyril street (off Brighton road) sl and tt.ree' rights-of-way, which are R contiguous to a block of land he es owns. The total cost of the whole V( scheme is estimated at £524, and fo about twenty-eight ratepayers are W interested. Mr H. Chinn accom pan-ed Senator DeLargie to assist him Irom an engineering standpoint. a' After Senator DeLargie and Mr g' Chinn had put forward their b' objections, the Council decided to adopt the scheme of construction in q its entirety, and Senator DeLargie will thus have to pay the amount of contribution original!y fixed by the b Council. Senator DeLargie and Mr Chinn S were subsequently the guests of the a Mayor (Cr E. O'Donnell) in the a Mayoral parlor. 0 ' * ___________ s5
OBITUARY. REV. J. STANLEY-LOW. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 April 1914
OBITUARY. REV. J. STANLEY-LOW. The Rev. John Stanley-L)w, who was incumbent at Christ Church, St. Kilda, for thirty-six years, ditd at his private residence, Airlie street, South Yarra, on Sunday, at the ripe age of 82. years. The deceased minister was a sincere, devoted and accomplished man, who was revered by his parishioners during his long ministry at St. Kilda, which termi. nated with his retirement in ,904. He was appointed a deacon in 1856, and was ordained as a priest two years later. Immediately after, he became curate at Geelong, and prior to his acceptance of the call to St. Kilda was minister at Taradale and incumbent at Caulfield. He was very popular in military circles, and from 1879 to 1904 held the position of senior chaplain to the Victorian forces. He was rural dean of South Melbourne for twenty-six years. The late Rev. Stanley-Low leaves a widow, two sons and one daughter. Mr Vernon Stanley-Low, who was present at the funeral, is a consult ing engineer in New Sout...
Charge of Larceny. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 April 1914
Charge of Larceny. At Prahran Court on Thursday Joseph Benison was obarged with stealing 51- (two half-crowns) and two cheque forms, the property of Stanley E. Herbert, stable prbprie tor, on the 6th inst. The evidence Ior the prosecution was that accused took the money and -cheque forms from the office table, and when sub sequently searched by Constable Bertrand the money was found in his possession. Accused gave evidence, stating that he saw the money on the table, picked it up, and intended to hand it over to Mr Herbert. Some time ago he had sold a horse for Mr Herbert. Accused was fined 40/-, in default distress, or seven days. iHe was then remanded to appear at the Coburg Court to answer two charges of imposing by means of valueless cheques.
Calling the Sergeant out of his Bed. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 April 1914
Calling the Sergeant out of his Bed. Sergeant Lillis, of South Yarra. is a man who responds to the call of duty, whether it be in the dead o night when he is in the land of No1, or in the light of day. In a case heard at the Prahran Court on Thursday, before Messrs Chambers (chairman), Flintott, Wallis, Hey ward and Captain Russell. J.'sP., Annie Taggart, a middle aged woman, was charged with behaving in an offensive manner. Mrs. Alice Firth, of Chapel street, stated that at 4,30 a.m. on the i4th'inst. accused camr to her place, knocked hard at the door, and made other noises. Witness went along and told Sergt. Lillis. The Sergeant stated that he was in bed when the last witness called at the station. He got up; and on going to Mrs Firth's place he saw accused gesticulating wildly. She threatened to smash windows, using lurid language meanwhile. Further evidence showed there was a man in the case, and the bench said accused might not have been altogetheriblameable.They adjourned the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 April 1914
N OLD NURSE FOR CHILDREN. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Cildren Teething. Should always be Used for Children while Teething. It Soothes the Child, Softens the Gums, ,llays all Pain, Cures Wind Colic, and 1the Best Remedy for Diarrhoea. Sireetions for Using Mrs. Winslow's Sothing Syrup.-For a child under ne month old 6 to 10 drops; three months old, half a teaspoonful; six ,lonths old and upwards, a teaspoon liathree or four times a day. For 'oarrhoea, repeat the above dose every "is hours, until the character of the i'scharges is changed for the better. 'ld Everywhere. LINSEED COMPOUND for chest adcolds, O proven e lioenoy ler eatmplaint, LINSFED COMPOUND.' Th Stockport Remedy for coughs and colds of 40 years' proven efficacy. The Prahran council meets on Monday evening next. "LINSEED COMPOUND" of 40 years proven efficacy for coughs, colds, bron chitis, &c. Kitty-They say, you know. that love makes the world go round. Marie-May be so ; but it cannot make the eligible you...
AUCTION SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 April 1914
IO!TION SALES. A sale of eight fine villa sites in Clarence street, East Malvern, is to beheld to-day (Saturday, April 18), by Messrs Geo. G. Henderson and S01. A plan of the allotments will be found on another page, and easy terms of purchase are allowed for. On Wednesday, April 22 at 11 a.m., on the premises, Messrs J. W. Styles and Son will hold a sale of the Junction Brick Works, Oak leigh, including machinery, plant and buildings. Details are published in an advertisement. Doator (to Mrs J , whose husband is very ill)-Has he- had any lucid Intervals? Mrs J.-'E's 'ad:nothink expect what you ordered, doctor. "But, daughter, why didn't you tll the young man to stop kissing you?" asked the mother. "Why, mother, you know you tught me never to interrupt any one;.l
FOOTBALL. SOUTH SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. Magpie Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 April 1914
FOOTBALL. SOUTH SUBURBAN ASSOCIATION. Magpie Football Club. Tie Prahran Magpie Football Club will play a scratch match against the Como Football Club to day on the ground of the latter. The Magpies are required to meet at club room, Prahran Club Hotel, at 2.15 sharp. A meeting of the Prahran Magpie Club will be held next Monday aCning at the Prahran. Club Hotel t 8 o'clock. Business-To elect captain, vice-captain, and selection committee. All members and in. tending members are requested to be in attendance. ;lis~ !I
SALE OF BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 April 1914
SALE OF BUSINESS. Mr R. J. Tuff, grocer and wine and spirit merchant, of 569 Malvern road, Toorak, has disposed of his business (which he has carried onr for the past four years) to Mr P. E. Rook, formerly of Melbourne and Mt. Gambier, S.A. Mr Rook comes to the district with an excellent rcord as a business man, and one s~o, by his courtesy and his desire to study the interests of patrons; ieertain to have a successful career in Toorak and surroundin'gd.istrict;: Mr Tuff has retired from, business, and his future home will be at Orrong Crescent, Caulfield. 7 His son, M?r R.. H. Tuff, is one of the corps of picked Australian Cadets which is about to tour Great Britain. and the Conti nent, under Captain Rushall.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 April 1914
FRASER and MORPHET S for Good Printing.... GLOBE DYE WORKS. SSave the Cost of Winter Outfits by DRY CLEANING or DYEING the Dark Shades now Fashionable. Ll _ \ Ladies' Costumes Cleaned from ... ... 5/. THE GLOBE Ladies' Costume Dyed / from ... ... 5/6 Ladies' Blouses Cleaned from ... ... 1/3 Gentlemen's Suits Cleaned from ... ... 4/ Gentlemen's Suits Dyed from ... ... 5/6 Gloves Cleaned Odorless 3d pr Lace Curtains and other Furnishings Cleaned and Dyed, FURS REMODELLED Ostrich Feathers Cleaned and Dyed all the New and Fashionable Shades. RECEIVING OFFICES: 27 CHAPEL STREET, near Windsor Station; 156 GREVILLE STREET, near Town Hall; TOORAK ROAD, two doors South Yarra Station; OLENFERRIE R.D, Malvern. High St, WINDSOR, I door from Chapel St. TEL. 1706 WINSDOR. Works-4o, 42, 44 Ellis St., S. Yarra, offChapel St. Phone 1755, Windsor Ex. SAW AND MOULDING MILLS, DUKE STREET, WINDSOR, Opp. FALLoN'S, Drapers, Chapel Street. Wm. Marsh & Sons BUILDERS and CONTRACTORS. LIME, MANTELPIEC...
WHY THERE WHERE NO INTERRUPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 April 1914
f 1Vil. THERE WrRIE NO'INTER.w:I F R i;i-~UPTIONS.- ': "h M r. loosevelt .in his .autobiogrr phi rclites; that iihdie ? ie as h noeri;e nlute-i for vic- president hc. - .drissed .'a mieneting. inone of t?e??rt . eStat6e of the ?'lug' plains "in. the Rincky Mountains. Bryan was- t favourite there. : The audiences swer ro6uigh li;id troublesonie. Atthe ei' Mr. sRoosevelt remarked- wilthirid .-Ill .tat audience, .ell The wasuint ininterruptori.on STo.. v'iclih theichairnianl replied : ,"rt ii'ptiohn.? .Well I guess not -!' -Seth', had sent, round word that ift n son of a-;gun peeped he'd kill h I Seti had been sittingE ehind Mr. 'Roose velt . ith agun on each hip; his a.fis olde'd, looking at the iaudience ixing his gaze with iistaiii .intentness. on any section . of ttle hioisef Jrom : which there came so much as al whisper.
Cork Paper and its Uses. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 April 1914
Cork Paper and its Uses. -4-t- I Enormous quantities of cork are used annually for making tips on cigarettes. For this purpose the cork is converted into very thin sheets- which constitutes what is 'known as cork paper. These sheets are exceedingly thin, and come in the market 4- inches in width and ,6 7, 8, , and 10 inches in length. iA package of about 250 sheets is 'scarcely an inch thick. It is esti mated that approximately £100,000 worth of cork is converted into .corlk paper every year, and. almost 'all *of this is useJd for malking tips on-i cigarettes. l'ite thiini cork . is asten on· long! sheets of \paper. whi chi are p ass.l bctween rollers nd iautomaticallyl covered : with IIaiste;, while :girls. ith; cdleft :fingers liy on the corkl anid soot iit down as:the paper passes: -along. After this the sheets.: are -passed through : ie ;cuttingnachiies ini, hichli they i re divtiided :into-. 8 strips .-inch iwde iand wound on- reels for use in lie ',utonmatic, cigarette tippers...
WATCH YOUR LAUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 April 1914
-v -WATCH YOUR LAUGHT. ; :; Frnch paper has discovered that person's ciharacter :is expressed in his Inuiiner of lnauginig:- If you laugh. i:in iHa, l,"'faslion l:you are frank 'if ainan,::and .:.iiinstant ani -iniciaipaie: of keepiii .a Jsecret if n woriian- If you"^ liugh lieh, i heh," Youn- aire i neurasthenic, -iiiolancholy, and- scejti cal6 If .youa cioit a deeper tone;ý and laugh. in' "lo? , hlio's,". you are generous,; eassygoing, ail .good niaturedl - - The proper' pitch for tli. fair :se: to Ilugh ii i.s "He, he, 'whlilst peo ple wlio laughIh with a '.Hoo, .hoo' elte-t slilufld -be avoidetl "as' hyp.o critic al, s:scndal :mon gi a i.g:-.-an' iiiiltei i
Curious Claim on the Bank of England. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 April 1914
Curious Claim on the Bank of England. SThough the f3ank of England, in i he course of its long career, has been canlled 'upon to meet innumer hblel claimsii - it is 'questionable. wlhe thler. it has .ever hiid _a irore sin guilar demand 'made. upon. it than that which forms' the subject of the Ipresent paragraph;, ands which, . more oi er has thei merit. of :being founded on fatct.: inistead' of fiction : -:On Mariy':,5; -'18'1,'. a stockbro lkcr' : clerk .ivho hii dreached the ripe age. of. inet3ythlre, left by maiistake in? the Accoiuntanrt's Offlice of the ll.nk? of '.England? , large number. i' liatiknotes:, indounting .to several tiou siild pou!irls .Ulon: discover i: g his loss, gnd after liaking a vain seihrth foi the iiiissiing pircel, lie hied ii iiiself bacl.' t' .1iiie:iid lilele-street :i ::a Isit '-hi ip: that. he liiliht thelre fi.d: thel 'vanishe:l tresule: To' his ireiat- joyl(he ifouind the parcel 'safe in itlie nicciunitant's hands, 'and ear 'icstly e'nitreated -th...
William Law. [Newspaper Article] — Prahran Chronicle — 18 April 1914
,_Wilinam Law. -romi'"The Parisl. Sulpen'nt."I Dr. Johnson-, \writing'of hIis Oxfoid life, said that lie went .up to thlie Uni versity, -"a.:sort of :lax l:alker: 'againstj religion,-thougi lie did: n?t inc ? tlih against- it' He- addl ha is curioiui; comrnleiltt oln tiellange' tll t ias passed over tlithe: thiolit o-f the Universities, that' -he f"nd at Oxfo rd .that ,sucli-h talk .whas iinot,^ tolerated there. When he was aiiundergraduato lie became acquainted witLi s "Serious -Call." tcok-. itup'!.h;lie .writcs; I."expecting to find ait adull book- (ass suclh books generall;.'i:re) and-" perhaps- to laughi at iit:Biit I fcund - Law quite' an overiatchi 'ifo me, and, this:was the first occasidoni of, my thinking in earnest, of :religion;' after I became capable of trtinal .ený quiry." ' That is a very remarkable testimonyi to the 'cogency and reasonableness'iof a rzligious blook! ' Dr. Johnsoin is, I ha:ve alw:,ays thought, an :e:tremely typical instance of a religious Englisli, ....