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Kew to St. Kilda Tramway. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 November 1906

--.--- y Kew to St. Kilda Tramway. At the instance of the Kew-St Kilda municipal tramway conference reports have been prepared 03 Messrs Noyes Bros., electrical ex perts, and Mr Somerset, chairman o the Perch Tramway Board, relativ« to the proposed construction of th< above tramway. The reports wer* laid before the Malvern council or Monday evening last by Cr Lewis. Messrs Noyes Bros., in their report deal with ihe alternative routes pro posed by the conference, viz. :-(a] From Gotham real and Normanb) road, Kew, to Glenferrie road, thena through Hawthorn and Malvern t< Dandenong road, thence down Haw thorn road to Balaclava road anc along Balaclava road to the Esplanade (bj The same to Hawthorn road thence down Inkerman road instead ot Balaclava road. The estimated cost of (a) is £72,670, and of (b] £72,710. This construction provides tor sleepers, and not concrete, which was discarded by those couacils con cerned in the Malvern-Prahran tram way. The line esti...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Suggested Voting System. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 November 1906

Suggested Voting System. To THE EDITOR. Sir,-May I be permitted to point out a system which I consider should be earned ont in regard to the elec tions, namely, that for the Federal elections every voter receives 1/6 on day o£ election-{jd voter receives i immediately the ballot paper is signed, 6d goes to the representative voted ¿or, and (jd goes to the Sena tors, and is divided amone those also voted for. Should it be a State election. I/- goes to the candidate and 6d to the voter; Should the candidate rective over £"200 the re mainder goes to tbe revenue ; 2nd, ali those who do not vo e be tined 5/.. Yon will see that some such measure as this will simplify the elections. Mote that no candidate be allowed to employ any vehicle of any description whatever on day of election, either directly or indi rectly. You will note, also, that there will be no need of begging I voters to come to the poll. The 5/ fine will " pay the voters who do j come, and candidates will not be re- j auire...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 November 1906

|.'for coughs «pg to &sthrca.&nd Bronchitis. UN^EO COMPOUND T^adel Muk of &»y'a Compound -Essence of Unsee . or co ^ s sod «olds. JWU* àATHARTICSlî Villi, Mountain Flax. Agreeablr . Aperient. Worthy of trial, . . ? " 1 "z GURKE*« B, 41. HUS:' Ar, /Wanan ted GurftJ Coi * t ¿«uinal or Çun>*iup{i|ppf HA.'Uirgc3 frota . ita Wiurj Caul itu ftlíj «li* cure li<t»P|.. Pail« "bi iii* "Täact, ä ?U.1IH^> ? J}jatm3£A'' .'.SWftaà)": "*":äOt.. J'Wiï.JXJM.V, stoat*.. .Sa)« Ity *ir-«%>w4<M;. ami.

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Twenty-Five Years' Service. MR JNO. N. BROWNE, TOWN CLERK OF ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 November 1906

Twenty-Five Years' Service, i MR JNO. N. BROWNE, TOWN I CLERK OF ST. KILDA. j The Mayor of St. Kilda (Cr Harry B. Gibbs), at the meeting of the local council on Monday evening last, made the interesting announcement that Mr Jno. N. Browne, Town Clerk, had that day completed twenty-five years' service. He was sure that councillors and ratepayers were well pleased at the able manner in which Mr Browne had di;charged his du/ies to the municipality. They ail wished Mr Browne the best of health ia the future, so that he would be enabled to carry on bi* du; io 3s Town Clerk for another twenty-five years. (Hear, bear.) Cr is'.edeford, as one of the older councillors, bore testimony to Mr Brou-n'j worth He hoped to see ' him occupy the position of Town ! Clerk for anoth. r twenty-five years. ; a ieat that was ijuite possible, as j scientists had stated that a man, with proper care, could live to be I 125. (Laughter.) I Cr O'Donnell, speaking with an ! experience of nearly twenty years in i ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 November 1906

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ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. Monday, November 19th. DRAINAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 November 1906

j ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA i CITY COUNCIL. I 1 _0_ Monday, November 19th.. Present-Mayor Gibb;, and Ora Stedeford, Barnet, O'Donnell, Pittard, Billson, Hughes, Conni bere and Jacoby. I I DRAINAUK. The secretary to the Premier wrote as follows-" I am instructed to invite your attention to the very | bad condition of the drainage at I he j junction of Ormond road and Glen Huntley road. Thia condition is be ing attributed to the Government, and is provoking very adverse criticism. I am, therefore, to urge the council to tike the matter in hand, firstly, because, if the present condition be allowed to continue, it will have a very prejudicial effect upon the value of a large area of land in the vicinity which has been improved by the Government at such heavy expense ; secondly, because the development of this area is of the utmost concern to the city of St. Kilda, the Glen Huntley road being an important thoroughfare, leading, as it does, directly to Point Ormond ! from the Elsternwick rail...

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CRICKET. Southern District Cricket. Association. FINAL DAY OF SECOND ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 November 1906

i '?v- - SnftttB Stettiet Orickttr ",^^*'^: «NAL DAT OP SECOND ROUND. ' vlf College Lawn v. Sherwood "Cot- - 13 legians -The Collegians met tiré ' 1 Lawn on the Lawn wicket, is Albert Park, and secured a victory by an * ^1 innings and 34. runs. The scores Jj were-Sherwood I So, and Liva 79 ¿5 and 67. - The best ? batting tor the winning team was done by C. Atchûoii, 48, G. Griffen, 39. P. Barnes, 26. and A. Lord 24. For the Lawn, Teddie Snell, 38, C. Stevens, (capt.) 21, and W. Pitts 14. tn the bowling, C. Atcbison took 6 for 36. Griffen 6 for 44, and P. Dyer 6 for 35 for the Col legians ; while 1*. Snell and C. ' Stevens captured 5 for 43 and 3 for 46 respectively. Federal v. Rosedale.-Played ou the ground of the latter, and resulted ~ in a win for the former by 4 runs on the first innings. Fédéral 127 and 123 ; Rosedale, 123 and 5 for 122. This match proved to be one of the most interesting that hasbeenplayed , in the Fawkner Park for some con siderable time. On the last day Feder...

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ST. MATTHEW S CHURCH, PRAHRAN. Erection of a New Sunday School. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 November 1906

ST. MATTHEW S CHURCH, PRAHRAN. - ' - - Erection of a New Sunday School. Thc Jubilee of Si. Matthew's Church, Prahran, was celebrated in i 104, and as a ruling memorial of the event it was decided to establish a lund for the purpose of ere ting a uew Sunday school building, thc- old wooden one,which had been in exis tence for twenty live years, having il was considered, outlived ils uFc.'u;ness. As a resu!: of various eliot ts made on teaaif o' thc fund, ;i sum of about .05 10 was c-jl'ejted. PUns and specifications for the new building were prepare 1 by Mr Fick, architect, of Collins ! street, and the successful tenderer1 was Mr R. McPonald, the contract ' price being ¿1300. The work has | been completed to the sitisfaction of : all concerned, and :he new structure 1 which now graces Hi£jh street is one which tile City of Prahran m.-iy well lee! proud oi. The building consists of a large main hall 6olt by 4nft., together with live new cid>i rooms, thü wliole building now containi...

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Women's Political Investigation Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 November 1906

Women's Political Investiga tion Society. The hon. secretary of ïhe above society writes ns as follows : Sir,-I have been instructed by reso lution of my society to forward to yon, with a request for publication, the fol lowing resolution, carried at oar meeting , on November 15th " That this meeting -of- men and women electors of Balaclava bqga the Legislative Council to grant woman's suffrage before the ex. piry of < the . present Parliament, even though it be too late to en rol women for the next election." By inserting this in your colamos yon will greatly oblige. .=

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 November 1906

ïsxAssoxrx íes wnrosoa. MOUNT ERICA STORES. WEI3HT AND QUALITY H. ST IGG A NTS AND SON, LATE L. W. TANKARD AND GO,, WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL Chaff, Grain, General Produce, WOOD and COAL MERCHANTS, CORNER OF HIGH-ST. AND WILLIAMS RD. WEIGHT AND QU'llTY. Produce of all descriptions, and every Store Requisite at Lowest Kates. All classes Wood and Coal, &c. at Lowest Current Rates. 4 Trial will confirm that we cannot be beaten in any class of Goods. Telephone 15j Windsor. JtfOTJNT SBICA STOKES, CflXlMr fflffc-ít Wft "williams Boad. It is Unquestionably A FACT , That you are miss i ag one of the Greatest Pleasures in life by not using A GAS STOVE. For not only does a Gas Stove Cook infinitely BETTER, QUICKER and CHEAPER than is possible with any other aopliance, but it also SAVES an immense amount of LABOUR. Gas Stoves on Rental from J 6 per month, cr 1 .ire Purchase Terms, 10 ? Deposit, Monthly Instalments from 216 eaoh. No Charge for Fixing. FREE COOKING LESSONS at Head Offices, Ev...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 November 1906

G. PLEASANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN (NY arly opposite _tlie Arenle) H-gs to draw attention to a few of his Special Kemedies. which can be confidently reenT mended, having pr ive.) themselves ti be highly i ffieaciousiu the various ;u:mcntí mentioned. * Red). For removing Hard or Si.t Corn«. Tlr's well-ettablislia.l preparation I un been improver! hv tlie hdditMii of an icgredi"in « hi h a-si-is mal nally in le '.ucing thc discomfort usually occasioned by ruosr e »r:i <:nrn. PRICE ls. per Bottle. DYSPEPSICÜRE. A compound of Bismuth and lYpsin.- w.t'u Liv.-r Stimulants and {Laxat i ves for Indigestion. Bilious, Liver and S; >ruieli Cump'.a.nts. Godliness, >ick Headache. Flatulence, Heartburn, and all disorders ariäin,' frjai dirran;omeui o£ the_digestive oigaas. This preparation has b:ea _'iven <vith a* most unfading success in casos of Pytpepsta. Connue tiastric Catari h. Gistiio Irritation wit ii sickness, aud in those troublesome an t .lill...

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS Fawkner Electorate. CR MILLER'S CANDIDATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 November 1906

Fawkner Electorate. CR MILLER'S CANDIDATURE. Cr Jno. Miller, Liberal Protec tionist, and selected Govern tn ep1 candidate for the Fawkner electorate, addressed a largely attended meeting in the Prahran Town Hall on Toes day evening last. The chair wa: occupied by Mr J. Doubleday, aar during the course of an interesting speech, Cr Miller received a splendid hearing. The candidate, who was received with applause, said there were three candidates in the field, representing tiree ¡parties, and in three week's time the electors of Fawkner would be called upon to make a selection ol a member to represent them in the Federal Parliament. At a time like the present, the electors should leave out all personal considerations, and vote for the programme which they considered the most workable-that which would do the best for the development of the country, and which would serve the truest interests of the nation. (Ap plause.) Wie had one party, the anti-Socialist party. That he believed to be a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 November 1906

All Sporting Requisites AND Crieket Materials. J. K. SMITH, The Sports Emporium, J3G Elizabeth Street Af EL BOURNE . Catalogue of Sporting Requisite free any address The following was overheard in a ïecond-clas? carriage on the railway the other day :-M ther (openiDg a pated of sandwiches)-"Johnnie, what kind of sandwich will you 'ave ?" John lie-" I'll 'av; 'arri, mother." Mo her-" Don't say 'am, d¿ar. Say '¿m. ' Man in far corner (chuckling to Hrst-lf,-"Both of 'em th i »ks they re saying 'am ! ' T'lKmi \FKI. I IONS \NH HOAKSBNKSS.-' Ail flittering from irritation of the throat and hu.ir eness will be agreeably surprised al the almost immediate re'iei an rdej by. il.f uv of - Brown s Bronchial Troche^?"' I he*e íamouá .? lozenges " are now sold bjr i inT.t respectably chemists in this country, i'eop:, H >ubl.*d with a ?? backing cough," a 'blight L JI J, ' ur bronchial affections, taiinoi tr/ them too soon, as similar tumbles, if allowed tn progress, result in senou« t^ul m^uar...

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M U I.O.O.F. Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 November 1906

ii ü 10 0 F Competition. Minerva v. l'os-e of Brunswick. Minerva 69 ard 115 Rose of B'unswick 6r and 4 for 19. H. Spinks 31, J. Webster 13, W. Gosch 22. batted best fer Mi^eiva, and W. t^tein 26, A. Wren 13, for Brunswick. Perce Jackson secured the bowling I honors for Minerva and J. Percival for " Rose." Loyal Canterbury A. v. Clifton Hill A.N-A. Tbis match was con cluded at Smith's Reserve, Fi'z roy, cn Saturday afternoon, Nov. 17th. Clifton Hill A.N.A. ist mnings 117, 2nd innings 4S, grand to'al 165. Loyal < anterbury ] howler, W. Peebles 9 for 46, V. ! Nicho s 2 lor 24. H. Barrenger 6 for 51, F. Ward : for 16, J. Barrenger 1 lor : o. Loyal Canterbury ist innings 105, 2nd innings 5 for bi. Loyal Canter- j bury ba's E. Nicholls 47, W. Peebles 2:, H. Uarrenger 7 ann 1 not out, J. Barrenger 24, Qpiay 16, 1> Lennie9. Loyal Canterbury thus won by 4 wicktts fni I run. Loyal t'antirbury B. v. B/yal. Tins match \va> concluded on .-*atur ijftv. November 17, at Fawkner l'a...

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South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association. FOURTH ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 November 1906

South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association, î-vi KTii KOUÏ\L>. Thc most noticeable feature of Saturday's play, was perhaps the fine dashing display of batting given by Boyd G ra venait (Prahran Inde pendents) in compi iog 105. His free and easy style was pleasant to watch, 2 6vers and 12 fourerB were included in bis score. F. Emms, of the same club, played a good innings for 67, and was associated with Gravenall for a considerable time. W.* Davies 20 not out and H. Davey 53 not out were St. Matthew's opening batsmen against St. George's, who compiled 147. With no wickets for 76 Saint Matthew's have a splendid chance of winning. F. Child 51, J. Beattie 36, were Malvern Congs. best bats, and in dismissing the Armadale Wesleys for 24, A. Ross came out with the I splendid average of 4 for ti, and F. Child 5 for 12. The other principal scores on Saturday were-T. Withcombe (Mt. Erica) 51 : Drewe 44 and G. Lewis 3S (St. George's) ; j. Smith 55, and J. Moore 46 (South Yarra Pres.); [H....

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Christ Church, South Yarra, Choir Festival. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 November 1906

Christ Church, South Yarra, Choir Festival. The annual choir festival of Christ Church. South Yarra, took place last Sunday, when the congregation were afforded an opportunity of showing their appreciation of the way in which the musical part of the services is carried on by attending a special service in the after noon, all offerings at which, as throughout, the day. were made lor the choir main tenance fund. Special preachers, visitors to the Church Congress, gave addresses, that in the morning being by the Bev- C. Nugent Kelly, M.A., ol Tasmania, who said that the services at Christ Church had long enjoyed celebrity, and been held in high esteem throughout Australia. The preacher in the evening was the Bishop ot Adelaide. His Lordship referred in his address to the beauties of harmony in all thii.gs, as it was found among thc Apostles, and which was equally necessary in all associations with a common aim, whether choir or congress. In the afternoon, before a very large attendance...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 December 1906

AU Sporting Requisites Cricket* Materials. J. K. SMITH, The Sports Emporium, 136 Elizabeth Street MELBOURNE . Catalogue of Sporting Requisites free any address. TiiBOAT AFFECTIONS ASH HOARSBKKSS. All Battering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised j at thc almost immediate . relief afforded by the «se «f Brown's Bronchial Troches." These lamons " lozenges " are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country. . People troubled with a " hacking cough." a " slight cold," or bronchial affections, cannot try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serions Pulmonary and Asthmatic anections. See that the signature Ol john 1. Brown & Son is on every wrapper.-Prepared by John I. Brown Ä Son, Boston, ILS.A. European depot, 33, farringdon road, Lon don, England. i

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With the Juniors. BY LONGFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 December 1906

With the Juniors. j Bv LONGFIELD. j I "udor this heading we intend to weekly give a brief sketch of some of our leading Church cricket clubs and players ia the well-known South Suburban Churches' Cricket Associatiou The popularity of junior cricket is at present very apparent to all followers of the game. We select for our first article the St. John's Presbyterian Club, for surely af ter such a meritorious performance as winning last year's first-grade premier ship, they deserve a frout seat. The St, John's are ayouug club, form ing in 1903 to enter the S S.C.C.A. The -brothers Scott were largely instru mental in the formation Although always a hard team to beat, they could only get as high as fourth place iu 19IJ-1-4 and l'JOt-5, but last season they were successful, as already mentioned, in securing thc coveted premiership in a play-off with Malvern Presbyterians. For three seasons Arthur Scott officiated as hon secretary, and delegate, aud to his indefatigable efforts the club's ...

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M.U.I.O.O.F. Cempetition. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 December 1906

îff.Tj 1-0.0 F. Ccmpotttlon. The South Melbourne District section of the abovj competition is miking very good progress,'and it is not loo mach to suggest that the Hon. Joseph Sternberg's trophy is now within its easy reach. Good Intent (Prahran) met thc Alliance last Saturday at Royal Park, and practically have the match won, the score being 133 for the loss of 1 -\vickete, while the home team only made 29. Jones again showed great form, 60 not ont, and in bowling took S for 13, including the hat trick Morphett '24. F. Poulson 15, and French ¡0. Patterson 7 retired with an injury to his eye. Loyal Toorak (Malvern) v. I>outia Galla -In this match the bowlers on both sides eioelled the batting, "but. Toorak's perfor mance was the* better. v Score»-Doutta 76 (Leslie 25, Stewart IS, Jackson 12; E. Frost rt wickets for ."iii and W. Pockett 1 for 31.) Toorak 56(W. Pockett 10 and E. Frost 13 ; Wormsley o" for ?8, English 2 for 2, Leslie 2 for '25.) Minerva (South Melbourne) v Britannia...

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MR GEO. FAIRBAIRN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 December 1906

MR GEO. FAIUIJAIRN. j Mr Geo. Fairbairn lias been bilby! jiMresMii^ open air meetings, which ! have been WLII attended On WeJmsJay eve-nin;; hu meeting was ; .ii the corner oí AUKTL and St. David j streets, Windsor. Mr Fairbaira bas >cveral oilier engagements to speak prior to i'olJing day.

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