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MUIOOF Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 November 1906

M U I O C F Octtvetitioa. This competition was c< niinued last i;rday amid sonie < x iiiofr in ridtnts. Good lo'eor 1 J i (Mo'pheit 31 Patterson jor.es p. and J. Mains lü; G¿un:sion < fur 4 1) v Rose of B unswick, fjf none (Wren 17 and Stein .>). Toorak 4; (E. H M hera!! IS not o rt ar d Gee. Frost >>) : H. Gosch 6 lor Q, including die hat tricl , ar J F. VViiis ow 2 for JO) V. Minerva 3«; (H. Ppn k« ! t. and F. Wios'ow 'j ; K. Frc st 5 I >r 15 and Geo Haiherall 4 ti r 24 Bo.li matc'nts will be cor eluded to-Oay.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 November 1906

South Subarbaa Churches' Cricket Association, The second round concluded last Saturday leaving Eist St. Kilda Gongs., Malvern Pres., St. John's, South Yarra Pres.. St. Matthew's, South Yarra Baptists and Mount Erica Weslejs, winners in the first grade. St. Kilda Methodists, St. Alban's, .East Malvern Pres., South Yarra Church of Christ, St. John's 2nds and St. Matthew's 2uds, in the second "grade. *** The total scores deciding the various victories last Saturday are as follows When unfinished, decided on first innings. Malvern l'res. 258, v. Prahran Pres. 134 and 39 St. Matthew's 147 and 2 for 60. v. Punt Road Methodists 119 and 84 Mount Erica 1 ii »nd 70, v. Prahran Independents 4 ; and 9 tor 59 South Yarra Baptists 92 and 8 for 13a, v. Malvern Gongs. 86 St. John's 50 and 119, v. Armadale Wesleys 75 and 31 East St. Kilda Congs. 16 r and 46, v. St. George's Pres. 87 and 3 for 83 South Yarra Pres. 177, v. AU Saints' 86 and 63 i St. Kilda Methodists 76 and 99, v. jSt. George's (Malver...

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CRICKET. Southern Distric Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 November 1906

¿The following ts^ebojd result '^^^S p'ay in the first round of tnîs-iOoin-'"^^ petition. S'-SM College Lawn v. South Yarnup Played on the ground of the 'laltÄ|i^Ä dub in Fawïtner Park, and resnlbâl in a win for the Celle ge Dawn Jar.Ä^ eight wickets and 6 nins. Tbé'T^^E^^E batting for the visitors was done 'ifff^ig C, Stevens 35 and 12 not out, J. X. T Eoldeman 18 and 2?, E. Snell 33, E, Waite 23. N. Rice 6 and 20, while j their bowling was done by E. Snell i 19z bs.il?, 9 wickets for 62 ; W.PftES^ j 152 balls. 6 wickets for 42. Foi -the home team, the willow was handled best by L. Foley 2 and 44, P. Shannon 5 and 21. W. Roach 2 and 60 ; while t li sir bowling was done by W-- Roach. 120 ballsy 4 " ? wickets for 47 ; T. Wilde, 3 for 6a ; L. Foley, 2 far 16. The fielding 00 both sides was good, 9 catches in all were taken, D. Disher being ths only player credited with two catches. Following on the progress report of the above match, as reported in our last issue, we find that on the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 November 1906

I-'LOUIMNI: !-FOB THE TEETH AS» BREATH,- \ few drops of the liquid " Flori line '' sprinkled upon a wet tooth brush produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all parasites or im parities, hardens the gums, pre\ eats tartar stops decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness, and a delightful fragrance to the breath It removes ail unpleasant odour arising from decayed teeth or tobacco smoke. " The Fragrant Florilioe." being composed in parts of Honey and sweet herbs, is delicious to the taste, and the greatest toilet discovery of the aga. Of all Chemists and Perfumers. Whole tale depot S3, Farringdon road, London. England. LINUM CAÏHART1CUM PILLS, of Mountain Flax. Agreeably Aperient. Worthy of trial. LINSEED COMPOUND* The .Stockport Remedy' for co ugh s and colds Of 10 yeirs" proven efficacy. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. The Hour of Danger. Disease commonly comes on with éfiçht symptoms, which, when neglected, increase in extent 4ud gradually grow dangerous-a...

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ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, October 29th. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 November 1906

ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, October 29th. I Present-Mayor Flintoft, and Crs DobsoD, Nicolson, Williams, Upton, Nathan, Chambers, Skinner, Luxton Naylor, Den sliara and Miller. I I ! M- I.'JW. I Thc joan committee brought up a i "TOiiiT,er.>lil-.öH th.it tho cltjr of' Me^'s Byron Moore, Somerville j ami D.iy to tintlerwrits the council's ; loan ci £bJ,DOO at the rate of _¿"MH ¡ "is per / lot), frei, of all comm-ssioa I nn;i rhargef, 1)' accepted. The Mayor moved the adoption ur ilir recommendation, j Ci Luxton said thj olïj.' WIS a ' good one. liv tlie sliding saale ol ¡ repaying Me 'oar; the council would I save X 1.1,ODO in interest j Cr l>jnsham said they could con gratulate themselves nt having struck the money market at an opportune | ;u>men-. Money was never so cheap. Cr Navlor : That is why we should ll it the loan ourselves. Cr Dsnsham gaid the council would li i a~tin£ wisely in accepting j the clLr. Th;te had not been such a ccod opportunity tc Prahran...

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"As You Like It." [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 November 1906

"As You Like It" Shakespeare's delightful pastoral, " As you Like It," was produced by the members of the St Kilda Shakespeare Dramatic Society in the Town Hall on Thursday, 25th uk., under the direct sup:rvision and management of Mr Rank Gul lenane, late stage manager for Mr George Musgrove's Shakeäpta'e Company. Although ^he venture was an ambitious one, the result was very creditable to ali th<<s2 con cerned. Mr John Reid, ae Orlando ; Mr Arthur Coppin, as the old ser vant, Adams; Mr Rupert Conrick, as Jaques, and Mr Jo. Smith, as Duke Senior,deserve special natice. Oiher leading characters we:e Duke Frederick, by Mr Bruce Paton, and Touchstone, by Mr M J. T. Cox. Miss Rose Allkins represented Rosa lind ; Miss Clare De Gruchy, Celia, and Miss Margie Morey, Audrey. During the intervals a musical pro gramme was rendered by Messrs Oyston and Lomax's orchestra.

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Benefit Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 November 1906

Benefit Concert. On Thursday evening last a social gathering was held, under the aus pices of Protestant Alliance Lodge, Loyal Prahran, No. io, to celebrate the successful wind-up of the late concert given to Bro. G. Messina, to procure for him an artificial leg. About 160 took part in the proceed ings, which were interspersed with songs and dances. During the even ing the secretary (Mr C. Smartt) presented the balance-sheet, duly audited, which showed thar, after paying for all espenses and the arti ficial limb, there was a credit balance of ./"S 175 5d, which was handed over to Mr Messina, who. in a few but heartfelt words, thanked them ali for their kind assistance. After several vote* of thanks and responses by the chairman, Mr W. Irwin, Messrs Frank Garson, Howard Bradshaw, W. Murphv, W. Wigley, and the secretary (Mr C. Smartt), refreshments ware handed round, and the musical portion of the pro gramme proceeded with. Miss Poppy Atkins kindly p-esided at the piano. The following...

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Angling. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 November 1906

Angling. Tlie Prahran City Angling Club ! held its usual weekly meering at , the Empire Hall, Chapel street, on Tuesday evening, with the average attendance of 4Ó. During the even- , ing a strong leam was picked ¿0 re- j present the club at the first round of the. Interclub Angling1, .Competition 1906-7, to be held at the Werribee river, on King's Birthday, 12th inst. The secretary reported that the membership for the season, which started in August last, is now well up to 200, and this speaks well for the officials of the club, which is popular, and becoming prominent among anglers. Mr A. MacDonald, the genial president of the Piscatorial Council-the Parliament of Anglers -was present ia his official capacity, and his remarks were attentively listened to The club has a big trophy list for the season, and is holding a Bay competition for schnapper and cod on the 3rd and 4th inst., for the Pasquan trophy - rendezvous, Keefer's boat sbed. Beaumaris. Also a bream competition for the As...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 November 1906

St Kilda Council meets on Mon day evening next HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS need only a single trial to maka known their capabilities. No outside sore or inward inflammation can long withstand the coolina, purifying and bealing influences exerted by these twin Medicaments- Be the mischief recent or chronic, great or slight, painful or Bimply annoying, it will succumb before the curative virtues of these remedies, which can be rightly applied by any person who will attentively read their accompanying directions. \ which- are propounded iu the plainest language, void of all technical terms, and printed io the most legible characters . Tb the man of business, confined to his counting hoasp. and harassed by engagements, also to the man of pleasure addicted to free living, these Pills are invaluable. ADVICE TO MOTHERS !-Are y>u broken in your rest by a sick chiki .suffering with the pain ot catting teeth T Qr. at on« to a chemist and get a bottle ot "rs Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It w...

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CR THOS SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 November 1906

CB TH05 SMITH. Cr Sini-.h, the Libor candidate for Fawkner, has beth busy addressing meetings in various patts of the elec torate. Iiis views on leading poli tical questions have already been published.

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Socialists in Prahran. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 November 1906

( Sooialitts in Prahran. f -? I A. few weeks ago a Socialist was arrested in Prahran for causing an obstruction in King street, and re fusing to discontinue when requested to do so by a member of the police force. The question was one bf ad dressing open air meetings, and com plaints were made that 'obstruction was caused to pedestrian and velnc'e traflic. Tha Socialist above referred to was firvd 40/-, in dtfanlt 14 days imprisonment, and he tindc'oik to do the alternative. There hive bee:i I further arrests on similar charges, Mr Tom Mann, the well-known leader, being amongst ilie number. On Monday last, at the Prahran court, Mt Mann was lined 4*1/ . or 14 days. Although he protested against it, a sympathiser paid his fine. On Mon day evening Mr. Mann agaiu ess tyed to hold an open air meeting io Chatham street, in which thorough fare most of the arrests have been mad;. He was again arrested, and subsequently bailed out to appear at the court on Thursday, on which day he was charg...

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ADDEESS BY MR GEO. FAIRBAIRN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 November 1906

ADDEESS BY MR GEO. FAIRBAIRN Mr Geo. Fairbairn addressed a largely attended meeting in the Prahran town hall on Wednesday evening. The Mayor (Cr Flintoit) presided. The candidate said the Labor party's progressive land tax was a confiscatory measure. Instead of building an expensive bush capital, he would prefer to make Sydney and Melbourne the capital' for alternate periods of ten years. Dealing with the fisoal question, the candidate said he had always been a protectionist. As a manu facturer he bad found that such in dustries could not possibly carry on in a new country like Australia with oat A fiúr amount of protection;' He in his business had to be a protec tionist. From all points of view this country must have a real good measure of protection. . (Cheers.) Bm we did not want tb create 'mono polies, and therefore he was 'not in èSffi' of a prouiblt^-'tatill. He would encourage a citizen soldiery, and a small Australian Navy of sub - -. - jj ? ? . ; --Mgrrr: ..y marges j a^t^e...

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. Fawkner Electorate. ADDRESS BY CR INO. MILLER. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 November 1906

Fawkner Eleotorate ADDRESS BY GRJNO. MILLER. On Friday evening, 26th nit., Cr Jno. Miller, the Sjelected Government candidate for the Fawkner electorate, addressed a crowded meeting in the Prahran Town Hal!. The Mayor, Cr Flintoff, occupied the chair. A number of So:ia!ists from other suburbs we-e seated in the back of the hali, and during thc course of thc evening made inleijection*. Outbid; ¡ this, however, the candidate had an excellent reception. J Cr Miller said his reason for coming forward fer Parliamentary honors j was because there were so many ! mattet s to be considered that affected trade and commercé, that be con sidered it absolutely necessary that j business men took an interest in I politics. He desired to contradict reports that had been circulated that he intended to retire from the contest. He was going to the poll against ali comers-cheers) - and if they honored bim by returning him he would do his best in the interests of the whole cornmuni;y. (Cheers.) He stood...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 November 1906

? ..THROAT AFFECTION'S AKD HOAKSSKSBS. All suffering from irritation of the throat wad hoarseness «ill be agreeably surprised hi the almost immediate relief aff oded by tte ase of "Brawn's Bronchial Troches." These famous "'lozenge" ¡are now «old by most resfeoUblechenusts in this country, people tronbled -with a .. iwckfaß noùgh;" a " slight cold," or bronchi*! affections, cannot try them too ispón,- as anuTar troables.if alloted toy^3Ôj^sa,ï.tè$aitfn s^oas Pnimönwr^and Asn^m«ttc^âecttoiis., ; f^'^hat ?îjhe sign|tbtB5of.fob ii Ï."" Brown i&S -So i. is OH every^^r»ppsr----lVíi»u,Á i1' -ftv' -yl abu ? - i.; «wa i^lWi' MtnWiftje^&i^ Jlom^em depot, 33. Kairrtngdon ró»4¿ " Lon don, Eaplani.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 November 1906

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A DENIAL. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 November 1906

A DENIAL. To THE EDITOR. Sir,-I would feel very gratified if you will allow me through your valuable columns to repudiate the unpleasant rumours which have been circulated, and which materially affect the interests of my club. Firstly, we have attained the reputation of being a school for gambling. Now, sir, it is entirely beyond my powers of reasoning how such a thing could have been thought of. Ever since the organisation of the club our two strictest rules have been the preven tion of those twj evils, drink and gambling. In fact, we have manage ment rules bearing upon both. Bule 2i reads : "Gambling of any descrip tion is strictly prohibited in the club ' rooms, members found thus offending will be severely dealt with." Uule 22 reads : " No intoxicating liquor is allowed within the club rooms ex cept upon the occasion of smoke nights or entertainments." I think, sir, that the names of the gentlemen who head our patron's list is sufficient guarantee that these rules are strictly a...

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M. U. I. O. O. F. AN UNIQUE CEREMONY. A MEMBER OPENS 10 DODGES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 November 1906

AN UNIQUE CEREMONY. A MEMBER OPENS IO DODGES, The exigencies oí a busy life leave but scanty room for many of our most estimable citizens to do more than attend to their most pressing private engagements. Bro. Harry Taylor, P.G., of the Loyal Dunstan Lodge, MÜ.I.O.O.F, has demon strated, however, that it is possible to extend one's sphere of usefulness to limits far beyond hts immediate sur roon ingv He became a member of the MrtJ. Society in England during 1871, and at once began to take active part in the working of his lodge. On coming to' Victoria he placed his clearance with - the Loyal Good Intent Lidge, Prahran. It was then he commenced a career in Victori* which bis won for him many "high and distinguished con- | gratulatious. To have been instru mental in opening ten lodges is a noble achievement, and the envy of thousands of members. Wherever Bro. Taylor took up his abode he j breathed the spirit of Oddfellowsbip. ' His name is associated with the fol lowing lodges.^. WunR...

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DISCUSSION BY PRAHRAN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 November 1906

I DISCUSSION BY PRAHRAN COUNCIL. At the meeting ot the Prahran council on Monday evening last, the finance committee brought up a recommendation "that the ap plication of Mr Tom Mano, on behalf of the Socialist Party, for- permission to hold roeîiingà in the streets of Prahran, bs not granted." The Mayor moved the adoption of the recommendation. Cf Skinner seconded the motion. Cr Chambers said Mr Mann was not in any way whatever being treated differently to anyone else. They should not allow their streets to be made a political "dumping ground." The council should support the action of the police in preventing obstrucricuin the streets. Cr Densham supported the com mittee's recommendation. He was glad the matter had come up for dis cussion, as it would give the rate payers and the public a better idea of what the council's bye laws were in regard to street obstruction. It was the dury of the council to see that their bye-laws were carried out in their entirety. Cr Upton said he was ...

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South Yarra Cycling Club. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 November 1906

Sooth Yarra Cycling Club. The South Yarra Cycling Club are at present very enthusiastic, and the members seem to be taking a keen interest in the general management- The billiard j tourney came to a close on Tuesday evening, and resulted in a win foe Mr Joe Lindsay, after an exciting finish. Last Sunday an enjoyable day was spent at Ricket t's Point, and although therua was osly moderately attended, all agree that it was one of the club's best outings. To-morrow (Sunday) members go to Bulla Creek for a billy run, and a large attendance is expected.

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Presentation to the ex-Mayor of Malvern. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 November 1906

Presentation to the ex-Mayor of Malvern. At tba Malvern Council meeting on Monday evening last, Mayor I Edgar, on behalf of the council, pre-1 sented the ex-Mayor, Gr Weller,with a handsome illuminated address. In making the presentation, the Mayor referred to the high esteem in which Cr Weller was held, and also eulo gised the services which he had rendered during his term of office as Mayor. He co J ld assure Cr Weller that tlie address contained the heart-1 felt expression of every member of j the council. In returning thanks. Cr Weller said he appreciated nothing so much as the sentiments contained in the address. Whatever he had done well during his term of office, was owing to the good councillors be had had. He would always appreciate the address as one of bis most valued possessions. On behalf of Mrs Weller and himself he desired to thank them very sincerely for their gift- _

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