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The Les Coney Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 15 September 1906

The Les Coney Benefit À meeting of the committee, and others interested in the recent benefit to Master Les Coney, the youthful comedian, was held in the dob room at Duff's Hotel, Prahran, on Thurs day eveniog last, for the purpose of winding up affairs in connection with the benefit. There was a large at tendance, including a number of ladies, and an "entertaining pro gramme bj leading artists was pro vided. In the course of the evening some presentations were made. Mr Howard Bradshaw, secretary of the Coney benefit, presented Miss Poppy A'kins, pianiste, with a gold cable bangle, as a raark of apprecia tion for services rendered,. The bangle, which was suitably inscribed, : was the gift of a number of Miss Atkins* friend?. Mr Bradshaw spoke j highly of the assistance towards any worthy cause which Miss Atkins al- j Mr Batchelor responded on behalf of the recipient. A presentation of an umbrella was made to Mrs Tom Sangston, and a pocket book (the gift of Mr "Howard Bradshaw) to Mr...

Publication Title: Malvern And Caulfield Standard
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CRICKET. South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 15 September 1906

CRICKET. j Coata Suburban Ohurclxcs' Oiekat Aseoslation, i This AFSociation is about to enter pon its ïixihsesson. Ai r¿D gr men ts are about completed so that i tie clubs commute- operations o.i-Saturday, October 6th. Mr Donald Mackinnon, M.L A., in accepting the position of presi !eDt. has proaiiseJ to dórate a trophy value /~4'4 . fjr ifie f.remier ship ct ihe first grade. An i.l jslrated anj ii, -:o-daie gui le is being pre pared, and will be in c rcula ion next wick The n« .vt de egat s meeting wi ! be held on Friday, 2 ts: inst, at Pi uh an Coffee Palace. GRAND CONVERT A prand concert and j res ntition of uopliits will be ht id on Saturday, (J;iobi! G'b (orcuirg day of season). A special i rog'amrne is Lx.ing com piled, and wi 1 include principal inize-winners Prahran Competitions. Tickets are all one price (I,' ) The popularity of thc Association will no doubt result in 3 crowded house. Tu-cay the Sf. Matthew's CC. tst eleven will play thc next fifteen, at Albert Park (near t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 15 September 1906

ßA-TO SOAP Fdr Medicaí.Toilet, and Nursery usc A. TILLEY, South Yarra ,'LINUM CATH ARTI CUM PILLS- 01 Mountain Flax. Agreeably Aperient. Worthy of trial. Prahran council mt els on Mondaj evening nest. CLARKE'S 8.41. PILLS. A Warranted Cure tot SlMboBBi inn tl» nrteöj Orgwij, :1a »U» Siwa fmnw KD« ala can thasd. Paaa. la Ute Back, Mt-vafcV Kiánej rj¡«r¿aa. rm iraam tttotsRT. Kartrjrti Said *y »8 -pjwonsu.

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The National Movement. PRAHRAN BRANCH FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 15 September 1906

The Hationtl Mö?emBnt. PKAHRAN BRANCH FORMED, j A meeting wat held io tîieA.N. A. Hall, South Yarn, on Monday even-, ing tast, when the P/al^nb^ch of the Australian National Party was inaugurated. Thehall waeiveli £líed, the Rev. :Cantm^'á|KÍt^|^^;|^i (mair. Apologies for Mtteaicei%pre: received from théMàyor(Cr^ntolt), and Mr D Mackinnon. MX.. A Mr E Minis Miller, B A , wha ex plained the aims and objects of the movement^ said the association was a non-political one, and its aim Í were non-partisan. Their sphere was national «thies, and they «night ib lay hold on the consciences of Aus tralians and awaken them to a more practical endeavour "for Anstrali » good, lt was felt that there wis a co simon plane whereon all might unite to advance the.cajs-; of the Commonwealth. Their motto was,, u Australia first !" (Cheers J lt waa! not meant to be a motto for self ex altation, but it was one. that sum moned all Australians to a faithful ! récognition of their nztionai obliga tions and re...

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ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. Monday, September 10th. Present—Mayor Gibbs, and Crs O'Donnell, Barnet, Connibere, Jacoby, Stedeford and Billson. DANDENONG ROAD BUS SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 15 September 1906

I ITEMS FEOM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. Monday, September 10;h. Present-M*yor Gibb?, and Ore O'Donnell, Barnet, Connibere, Jacoby, Stedeford and Billson. DANDENONG ROAD BU5 SERVICE. * tn Teply to a request trom trie council for sn improved omnibus service on the Dandenong road, Mr H. A. Wilcox, assistant manager cf the Melbourne Tramway Co npany, wrote stating that a careful examina tion of tbs nQmber of passengers carried each trip shoXv.d that if pas sengers would be willing, instead of crowding into one bus, to wait for the nest, lhere wou'd be no discom fort or overloading. In anticipa tion of an increase of traffic for the spring," thc letter continued, " we have been endeavoring to obtain horses for extra buses, but it is al most impossible to secure suitable animals for this work." The Mayor said in regard to people being advised to wait till the,next I bus, he had himself seen several buses crowded one after the other. i The Mai vera and Prahran coan I cils are co-operating wit...

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Adjudicators' Awards. Friday. Sept. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 15 September 1906

{ A'judioatira'Awards [ Friday. Sept. 7. j ' Bide of Col E. Melb. Carlton AbbotsferJ . . A lbert Park Fitzroy Oakleigh Brunswick - West Melhr Abbotsford t l^rbaafprd ? J-Northcote Northcote -Ç- TM ul ver ny- -\ 6 Trahrin -4 ^ .-:c Turi" 8 to IO, Teaor solo, non-prize winners, I Arise fccotu Dreams of Xuee"' .(-Sataman), , liual 1 F. J. Child ' Armadale 2 V.-Plumb; >-\ Windsor 3 G. M. Godseti,-Fitzroy, and E. Lanyon Parkville (eauat) ? Juvenile dialogua, 10 to, 16, Tüte Backward Cbitd," by Jessie Dwyer, .Prince's Hill, and Bop Batterbury, Brunswick. ^7; Becitation, gentlemen, lins GrAves,'^ final 1 t|v^t Kennawell 2 Benjamin "Soy"Ling 3 Cyril Batt Saturday Afternoon, Sept. 8. Piano solo, 13 to I6,oou-prize winnora, selected for final Mary Jones Ethel Thoi pe Kettie Maddock Pop Batterbury Nettie-e Brien Joseph Ettertogbauj Gertrude Leyland Ferne Boyla^wL U Charlotte Toil Kat 6 John! 2 (final Piano solo, boys aai " Petite Danse dtfewelL 1 Be*yI3ïarciay siíGJíEooiscíay 2 Linda Hunter...

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City of Prahran COMPETITIONS. Opened on Saturday Aug. 11. To Close Monday, Sept 17. OFFICE BEARERS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 15 September 1906

Opeiiefï on 5aturday,A«g; lt. I Torlose Monáay/|r¿pÍ lfcj 5 v-P^ÎÇ^S^RERS-. _J pf Prahran, Cr. S. A. Cbadaber^^/] ; vice-Presidents -D jriald Mackiri- j han, E^'M^ÍL Í CI iKí¿'Bennett, I Esq. H»n. Treasurer-HT JQO. Romanis Hon. ¿órdterjr^llr Alfred E. McMicken.'" * V ffon.!i~À$siji: SK.-Mr A,r C. Greenwood. ~" Press Cof^|w»ife«^Är G.: Mal colm Davies. -£*e£ -- * W. E. Brant, M.A. LL-B.."^!! Davies, H. Davey, J. Donald, J. C. PauL Tfî^iajrnppB^^{ Ecraser, E. Ç. Gray. ! Music-H^ul^B^ra^afá *Wend Iandt (Leipsig Royal Conservato rium).- -: S : .'-it.'í'i T ElocutionMr:. JJ-Howlett Ross fF.S.S.. London ; Member Assn, tor Advancement of Speech Arts.U.S.A) Essay-Professor Harrison Moore. Poem-Mr J. B. O'Hara, M.Ay"^ Story-Mr Donald .Macdonald. ^ Accompanisle-Miss Leda Norman, Ass. T.C.L. The compétitions'"wi'l conçlude on Monday evening next, when, several finals will be decided, and the adjudication will be made on thjë; ; grand champion eolo. ; - : Extra interest was introduced intö> ...

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This Afternoon's and Evenig's Prog[?]ammes. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 15 September 1906

Thia Aftern >oa's 'and Evea ing'ö Programme?« . T-bjfr afternoon wiH- be-tra interest ing one for the children^-as" four finals arp-toA ba ¿decidid, and . two ,diafagues giyeni í i For the evening an attractive pro, I gramme will bj presented, inclusive I of several final?. Being the last ' Satu-day-çveBtqg t>f=¡the series, tbs ' altead íutr¿ wdbibe'a largs o ie' \, ! InduJeJ.ia:th-'-^e.Ttfiet;djwnfor Mjnday eveiiïa£"is th ia 1 j id tc rt to-rt On ths grind ch impioa sol>.

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Perseverance Tent, I.O.R QUARTERLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 15 September 1906

jPerseweruide Tent, I.O.R QÜARTEBLY MEETING. * The quarterly meeting of the aba ve was held ba Tuesday last. ' There wasj a .splendid attendance, of members, upwards of 150 being pre sent. The chair was occupied in the earlier-stages of the meeting by Bro. E. H. Furneaux, CR., but later in the evening Bro. Thos. Smith, a director of the Rechabi e Order, and an old,. Perseverance member, who was apjjointed-to the -office'of Mayor .al Port Melbourne recently, presidid. One of the chief items of busíñess.for the evening was the election of a Tent doctor, to.fiil t^epUge pf the ta-e Dr. Ji K. Ramsay, 'to whose beneficial «ark feeling reference Was made; and it was decided on the recom mendation of. a sub-committee -to appoint two doctors, the additional one being considered necessary owing to the increasing-nnenrbersbip in the Tent. The two appointed are Drs. Fetherston and Autumn One of the pleasant features of the evening was the excellent report of the inspector of the Order on the w...

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The Standard SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15TH, 1906 [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 15 September 1906

The Standard     SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15TH, 1906       The committee of the Prahran   Creche report that 180 children at- tended during the month of August. Donations of groceries, toys, &c, will be g'adiy received at the Creche, 15 Princes street, Prahran. The tweaty-founh anniversary o the Malvern Congregational Sunday School will bc celebrated to-morrow, when the Rev. G. Tregear will preset at 11 a.m., Cr E. H. Watts at 3 p.m. and the Bev. A. E. Gifford at 7 p.m, There will be choruses, solos, &c. by the scholars and orchestra at al the services, under the leadership o Mr H. G. Ross. On Tuesday even ing the annual school festival will bi held. There will be an " old time ' tea meeting at 6.30, and public meet ing at 7 45, when the distribution o prizes will be made and the bono roll announced. A special música programme will also be rendered, anc brief addresses given by young meo Under t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 15 September 1906

OAJ.UKUAÏ, ocr i£.jyi£»s>K 15 '" 1 " ?'. ». WEIGHT AND QUALITY TILBHSOXTB 163 WI«MO 3. MOUNT ERICA STORES. W. TANKARD & CO WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Chaff, Grain, General Produce, WOOD and COAL MERCHANTS, CORNER OF HIGH-ST. AMD WILLI \MS KD. g* WEIGHT AND QUALITY. Produoe of all descriptions, and every Store Requisite at Lowest Rates. All classes Wood and Coal, &.C.. at Lowest Current Rates. A Trial will confirm that we cannot be beaten in any class of Goods. ¡lephose 153 Windsor. 1C0TXHT SBIOA. &TO&SS, Ocriur fflfffc-it- UA _THUUau Rod._ is Unquestionably A FACT That you are misiing oae of the Greatest Pleasures in life by not using A GAS STOVE. For not only doss a Gas Stow Cook infini ely BETTER, QUICKER and CHEAPER than is passible with any other appliance, but it also S WES an immense amount of LABOUR. as Stoves on Rental ^^^^^^^^kh No Charge for Fixing. fromi/& ^^^^Hf FREE COOKING per month, cr ^^^Hl LESSONS [ire Purchase Terms, ^^^^^^U at ...

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Lecture on New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 15 September 1906

Lecture on New Zîaïand. Under the auspices of the Annadale Baptist Literary aul Debating Society, Mr H. J. Manson, of ibe New Zealand Government Tourist De partment, with the aid of some splendid limelight illustrations, "en tertained a very large camp my at the Armadale Baptist Lecture Hall, on Tuesday evening by taking-them a trip through the colony of New,: Zealand. As an inducement to Visit this specially ' favored « ter colony, Mr Manson explained that the run across to the Bluff ivas often accomplished over smooth water. Starting from the Bluff the lecturer took his hearers to Like Wakatipn, Queenstown, and Glenorchy, the snow cia I peaks of the Remark ib'es en route calling forth the admiration oí the audience. Mi for J Sound, with its many beauty spots, was passed in review, together with the world famed Sn'borland Falls. The prettily situated and progressive city of Dunedin, with hoe views of its harbour, Knox Church, &c., were shown, as were als? views of Christ* C...

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Prahran Mechanics' Institute. PROPOSED ALTERATIONS TO THE BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 15 September 1906

Prahran Mechanics' Institute. PROPOSED ALTERATIONS TO &amp;nbsp; THE BUILDING. The committee of management of tho Prahran Mechanics' Institute are proposing to make alterations to the building, and it will be of interest to learn that it is proposed to do away with the meeting hall and other rooms &amp;nbsp; upstairs and convert them into a library and reading rcom. The question as to whether such a drastic alteration will be carried into effect is to come before the committee of management on Monday evening next. There are many citizens who would be extremely sorry to see the social side of the Mechanics' inter fered with by doing away with the hall and its adjuncts. However, all that need be said at this juncture is that the committee should consider well the pros and cons before finally deciding. The question is an impor tant one, and doubtless an alternative scheme for providing more room for the increasing library could be hit upon, if thought desirable. &amp;nbsp;<...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 15 September 1906

All Sporting Requisites AND Cricket Materials. FOOTBALLS. &amp;c J. K. SMITH, The Sports Emporium, 136 Elizabeth Street MELBOURNE. &amp;nbsp; Catalogue of Sporting Requisite free any address MISS GIBBONS. Greville Street, Prahran. THOROUGHLY EXPERIENCED TEACHER. Visits and Receives. Prepares for Competitions,&amp;c VIOLIN sn£ PI4H0F0ST5. Fees Moderate per term of 12 weeks. Violin Class, ro/6 ; with one private lesson, 15/ Victoria Orchestra accepts Evening Engagements. PRINTING OFFICES 114-46 CHAPEL STREBT, PRAHRAN. Slh. Yarra Gazette TOORAK ROAD, S.Y. Malvern Standard 15 Edsall Street, Malvern. A USEFUL REMINDER : The man who does not Ad vertise will soon need Advertising for. Ärtnir v«» Ubi* fWMt mmt, furnishing I moat «(resabie mrthnrl of adro ip. Uterine the only nanala Remedy fcc lataillaal or ?kraal Warna. Itiaperfectljnaic ! aTJr atfap Children. Sold in Tins by an Dratciau, KEATINGS WORM TABLETS. Prop ria «or, THOMA* KEATirrO, LMidim. ENQUIRE OF YOUR NEIGHBOURS. T...

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Australian Women's National League. ST. KILDA AND ELSTERNWICK BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 15 September 1906

Australian Women's National Leagues. ST. KILDA AND ELSTERNWICK BRANCH. A meeting of the St. Kilda and Elsternwick branch of the Australian Women's National League was held in the St. Kilda Town Hall on Mon- day evening last, when there was a large attendance. Mrs. Riddell Stanley occupied the chair. . OJ the motion nf^Mjs^iind,1 seeded by Mrs. ? H. Míí Marjlts, the me^gg .uaajjinjousty resolved to j support ilie candidature of Senator! .Fraser and Messrs M'Goll and Skene, M's.H for the Senat'. " Mrs Janus Hope, president of the Geelong ; branch pf this\ Women's j National League, delivered an ad dress, ia which she urged that women should discuss politics with the-men. ! Mrs Andrews also gave an in teesting^ddre^.-. . 'I ? f jj : Mr M'Cutcheon, M.L A., said* that he, with other members who had voted against the, granting of the female franchise/womdlîé pr%aréfl to aooord this privilege if the women really asked for it j seeing that they,: as evidenced^ hy the me sting that evetfing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 15 September 1906

G. PLEASANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN (Nearly opposite the Arcade) Begs to draw attention to a few of his Special Remedies, which can be confidently recommended, having proved themselves to be highly Tffltlclou* in the various ailments mentioned. CORN BANE Red). For removing Hard or Si.t Coras. This well-established preparation has been &amp;nbsp; improved by the addition of an ingredient which assists materially in reducing the discomfort; usually occasioned by most om euroa. PSIOE ls- per Bottle . A compound of Bismuth and Pepsine with Liv^r Stimulants and .laxatives for Indigestion, Bilious, Liver and Stomach Complaints, Giddiness, ^ick Headache, Flatulence, Heartburn, and ali disorders arising from (fexjnjement of the.digestive organ*. Ihis preparation has bren given with almost unfailing success in cases of Pytpapsia, Chronic Gastric Catarrh, Gastric Irtitatioa with sickness, aad ia those troublesome and di Hi JU lt cases arising from sedentary habits, or fi :m ...

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. Fawkner Division. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 15 September 1906

FEDERAL ELECTIONS. Fawkner Division. As the time for the elections ap- &amp;nbsp; proach, further interest is being aroused. The candidates for the above seat &amp;nbsp; are Cr John Miller, who has been in the field for some months past, Mr Geo. Fairbairn, M.L.A. for Toorak, and Mr Thos. Smith. STATE POLITICS. For the Toorak electorate, Mr Fairbairn's committee bas selected Mr Norman Bayles as the candidate to receive their support for the seat to be vacated by Mr Fairbairn.

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Mr. A. [?] in England. We extract the following article from the "British Australasian" of August [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 15 September 1906

Mr A. Drakard in England. We extract the following artide from the "British-Australasian" of August jsêcoring sratäble >Fiiii^ranis n»r toe State, Asked fçrînforma^ the "#i^^^^^a^^ëwTCnt, he hesitated,4r>[d suggested that someone else should |^ve ^particulars, as he might fae blamed for speaking out, . J* But you' ca$ttQt4>lease everybody." *' No, and I'm not ¿ping to try. Look here, so jong as abroan m»der^and»Jiisi work^ feels his" nÈspotisÎBnîty, -ha's the] ability to do what is expected, and the courage to go through, no matter &amp;lt; what - difficulties face him, hs need -haie., w> . feat. *? But aftfcr, all ' th*r£ fajjusl ^¿ *iithuslasèi arinTfaiih¿ V I the success « Ul be very limited." " Voa speak as if you were handicap- i dedîrV '. ' :.K O!'. ^;; r j ** So I am to a large extent, for in work ! of this?r4iaracter,jhere Ärejhings continu- ! aHy craping ap-ihát sfiôuîrM>e followed j up, bot, o wi nj to limitations and time, they cannot be touched. Emigra...

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Open Scene (Drama) [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 22 September 1906

Open Scene fDrama ) "MY LITTLE GIBL" (Wanderers' Club.)-A very fair performance throughout. The business was fairly good, and the exits and ^entrances commendably e»n»ge8i %l¿y was: J a little stiff in his deportment, but his lovemaking, always difficult on j the stagé,' was meritorious. Geoffrey | was well interpreted, and spoke naturally, and with some feeling ; at times the deportment was a little awkward. Rev. Jones was good, a nd he nobly resisted the tendency to burlesque the part, which would have been very easy. The audience would have liked to have had a little more of Rev. Jones Aunt Jane was duly reserved, but her make-up was not particularly good ; a little more of the conversational modulation of voice would helo. No fault to find with Gladys, generally speaking a good girl. A very re spectable efrort for amateurs. " AT THE SETTING OF THE SON" (Mr D'Arcy Read's Co )-Rev. Moor field might successfu ly get more variation in his tone colour. His deportment was fairly good,...

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P. D. A., Prahran. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 22 September 1906

P. D. A., Prahran. The ladies* drawingroom com mittee of the above, held a social at the residence of the Vice-president (Mrs: Henderson), South Yarra, on September 17th inst. The executive of the P.D.A., and friends interested in dits branch of the work, number ing abouti forty, Were present. The programme was interspersed with musical and elocutionary kents. Mrs Morris ("president) on behalf of the committee, presented Mrs Hogg, the retiring secretary, with a framed photo grShp'of the committee, as a token of their appreciation of her services of some two years, and the eBtèem in which she is held. Mrs Hogg feelingly responded. ^ter refreshments had been par taken bf, 'a very enjoyable evening was brought to a cloBe by the singing of the National Anthem. Drawingroom meetings are held on the first Tuesday in each month.

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