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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 June 1907

LINSEED COMPOUND.' for coughs and colds. Of pro cen efficacy for Bronchial irritation. Nail this fact to your bead. Ros mariurxi cures dandruff, and stops hair falling out. See page 2.-Advt.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
All Saints' Choir Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 June 1907

All Saints' Choir Concert. On Thursday evening next the members of the choir of AU Saints', St. Kilda, «rill give a concert in the school hall in aid of the funds of the Gregory Memorial HalL They will render a number of part songs and quartettes, the remainder of the pro gramme being contributed by Miss Ruby McNaught, Miss Ettie Marks, Master Ryan, and Messrs W. D. Thomson, H. Ponsford and B. F. Ellis. Mr H. J. Inge, organist and choirmaster, will act as accompanist.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 June 1907

" An ounce of prevention is worth a pound ofoure," Use " Rosmarium" before all your hair disappears. See page 2.-(Advt.)

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Malvara Council. Monday, June 17th, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 June 1907

Malvara Council. .-» Monday, Jone 17th, 1907. Present-Mayor Edgar(chairman), and Crs Cameron, Parslow, Cornwall, Ellis, Lewis, Dunlop, Holmes, Wilson and Carroll. A REQUEST. A letter was jreceived from Mr C. U. Robertson, requesting that Acre Lane, a street off Malvern road, should be made a uniform width of 20 feet, the present entrance to which I was only II feet, and the desire was that this be widened by gft., so as to make the entrance 20ft. The cost of the work would be ¿"6o, of which property owners would pay half. Mr Robertson, who was present at the council meeting,explained that the widening of the street would be for the benefit of the public. The matter, which was favourably received by the council, was referred to the Public Works Committee. MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION. A communication received from the Municipal Association asking for the council's views on the question of appointing whole time officers of health, was referred to the Health Committee, on the motion of Cr Cor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 June 1907

"COAGULINE, KLINX, TENA SI I INE- Cements for broken and other articles. CLARKE'S B.41. PILLS. A Warranted Gars -Coi all Aoquired or CnattltQtianil Diaduuga from the Urinary Organs, in either ¿ex. fla fumara Pttls al» taie GreTtí, Bum ia ito Btcfc, and an Kidney |>jnirrlfrl Free furn mercury. Party years' MHMTWL Sold by an flhemhrta aid BvongtmA tts

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ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. Monday, June 17th. Present—Mayor Gibbs, and Ors Barnet, Hughes, Connibere, Stedeford, O'Donnell, Billson and Pittard; SUPPLEMENTARY VALUATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 June 1907

ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. j Monday, June 17th. Present-Mayor Gibbs, and Ors Barnet, Hughes, Connibere, Stedeford, O'Donnell, Billson and Pittard; SUPPLEMENTARY VALUATIONS. The Board of Works wrote draw ing attention to the powers conferred upon councils under the Local Go vernment Act of making supple mentary valuations of properties for rating purposes. On the motion of Cr Stedeford, seconded by Cr Connibere, it was decided to reply that the council did ?ot deem it necessary to make any supplementary valuations. WATER FOR RESERVES. The Board of Works intimated that there would be no objection to the council laying a 1$ inch service pipe to the rockeries in St. Kilda road, provided an approved meter was affixed to register the water supply, which must be paid for at the rate of 9d per thousand gallons. The minimum charge was 15s per annum. It was decided to inform the board that the council would pay 3d per thousand gallons for water for its reserves, in accordance with an ...

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Prinesss's Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 June 1907

PrineaiYi Theatre. -* At the Princess's Theatre this evening Mr J. C. Williamson's new musical comedy company will pro duce for the first time in Australia " The Blue Moon," from the Lyric Theatre, London. The company will include Miss Amy Murphy ("the New Zealand Nightingale"), Messrs Myles Clifton and Victor Gouriet (oomedians from Mr Geo. Edwardes' Theatres), and a number of old favorites. The play will be produced under the direction of Mr Gerard Coventry, and it is predicted that it will be a great success.

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Theatre Royal. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 June 1907

Theatre Royal. To describe London is au impossi bility. All one can do is to give au outline of its vastness, its wealth, its poverty, its magnificent houses and its slums. Mr Bland Holt, with his usual completeness and effectiveness, gives us a glimpse of the "big smoke" in his stirring melodrama, "In London Town," which is sure to have a successful run. There is any amount of pathos in the piece, and some very exciting situations are grandly staged, but there are also some mirth-provoking scenes which make the play go with vim. A strong company has been got to gether who know and understand their parts, so that not only do we get magnificent stage effects, but re presentations of characters true to life. The Theatre Boyal is bound to have good houses during the run of so excellent a production.

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Perseverance Tent, I.O.R., No. 34, Prahran. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 June 1907

= I Perseverance Tent, I.O.B., No. 34, Prahran. Aa interesting meeting was held on Tuesday evening last in the Rechabite Hall, when the newly elected officers were installed by Bro. A. E. J. Quick, District Director. There was a good attendaace.includ ing visitors from other tents. The auditor's report and balance sheet was submitted, showing the funde to be in a satisfactory condition. At the conclusion of the business mem bers partook of refreshments, and opportunity was taken to congratu late the officers on their election, the CR. and others suitably responded. On the 2nd prox. a " Magazine Night " will be held.

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Prahran Mayoral Ball. A Large Attendance and Brilliant Function. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 June 1907

Prahran Mayoral BaU. A Large Attendance and Brilliant Function. His Worship the Mayor of Prahrai (Cr W. Flintoff) entertained closi upon 900 citizens at a grand ball ir the Municipal Buildings on Thurs day evening iast. The function was; brilliant one in every way, anc sought to remind one of the impor tancc of the city from an industria and progressive aspect, of the pros perity ut the community, whilst no' forgetting, cf course, the fact thai the presence of so large a numbei of guests from all parts of the districi w as a fitting tribute to the popularity of the host. Miss Michell fulfilled the position cf acting-Mayoress with a grace and courteousness that WOE her golden opinions. The scene in the ball room, as ail entered with zest and heartiness into the enjoy ment cf the evening, was of much splendor and brilliance. One hardly likes to draw comparisons ; still, for all that, ene can express an opinion, and then ask pardon for so doing ; and therefore, in regard to the great s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 June 1907

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS are admirably adapted for cnring diseases incidental to females. At different periods of life women are subject to complaints which require a peculiar medicine ; and it is now an indisputable fact that there is nothing so suitable for complaints of this nature as Holloway's Pills. For all the debilitating disorders incidental to tbe ses, and in every contingency perilous to the life and health of women youthful or aged, married or single they are a safe and reliable remedy. Their purifying qualities render them invaluable to females of all ages. They are searching and cleansing, yet invigor ating ; a few doses will speedily remove irregularities in the system, and thereby establish health on a sound and firm basis. JJOK'T COUGH.-Belief can be obtained immediately. Use SEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES "-well known as the utterly unrivalled Cough Remedy. Strongly recom mended by manyemioent physicians. They at ODOS chock- the cough and remove the cause-without any after effec...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 June 1907

Mrs Nextdoor-I suppose your daughter is happily married ? Mrs Nagsby-Indeed she is. Why, her husband's actually afraid to open his mouth in her presence. ADVICE TO MOTHEES !-Are you broken in your rest by a sick child suffering with the pain of cutting teeth ? Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle of Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will relieva the poor sufferer Immediately. It is perfectly harm, less and pleasant to taste, it produces natural quiet sleep, by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub awakes " aa bright as a button." It Boothes the child, it softens the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, régalâtes the bowels, and is the best known remedy for dysentery and diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or other caases. Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup sold by Medi cine dealers everywhere. Friend (to Smith, lately married) -I don't see any change about you since you were married. Smith (turning his pockets inside out)-There isn't any to see, my boy. TEE OPINION...

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Lacrosse. HAWKSBURN V. M.C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 June 1907

i Lacrosse. HAWKSBURN V. M.C.C. On Saturday last the return match between M.C.C. and the local team was played at Toorak Park. The weather was not very favorable for players or spectators, the ground being a bit slippery for the former. From the face-off Hawks, attacked strongly. After a very one-sided game the local team won by eleven goals to two. For the winners Jennings, and two juniors (Norwood and Malcolm) showed good form. For the losers Aitken and Box were most prominent. Goal-throwers Hawksburn, W. Bryning 5, W, Furneaux 3, C Jennings z, and Malcolm 1 ; M.C.C, Box 1, Dean 1. During the half-time interval the local ladies provided afternoon tea for the players and spectators, which was much appreciated. To-day Hawksburn play Essen don, at Toorak Park.

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Prahran District Churches' Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 June 1907

Prahran District Churches' Football Association. Alli T i!; adjournment extending over A ' rtuiL,Ï11 the respective clubs competing in this Association re sumed iterations last Saturday. The matches were " one sided " and j anything but interesting to witness, as our readers will ste by the follow- ¡ intj rtiiilts Christ Clr.'.rch Js çoals 33 behinds, (-Ol pcim-) v. Prahran Presbyterians i point. South Yarri Baptists 13 goa's 23 behinds, v. ¿ouih Malvern Metho dists i ^eal 4 behinds. Malvern Presbyterian goals 8 behinds, v. Mount Erica 4 goals 4 behinds. NOTES. A. S. While the new umpire proved highly satisfactory. Mounts in their engagement last week cou! 1 <¡nly munter ¡7 players. Tho ^rca-.LS", int«.:cst in to-day's procce -ÍÍDÍ;S is the match Christ Church v. MaUtni Presbyterians, to be played cn the ground of the fermer. Christ, Church report having this seabun totalled Sot points, and only 5 ) have been score* against them.

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Salanoe-Sheet of Benaflt Conoert. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 June 1907

IBalanoe-Sheet of Benaflt Conoert. We are in receipt of the balance sheet in connection with the Byrne and Brimmell benefit concert, which was held in the St, Kilda Town Hall on April 24th last. The hon. secretary of the concert was Mr A. Gardner, and the hon. treasurer Mr H. M. Knox. The balance-sheet, which waB duly audited by Messrs J. S. Holmes and Wm. J. Clarke, shows the total receipts at ¿75/13/4 The expenditure was ¿"10/0/6, leaving a credit balance of ¿"65/12/10. The officials named, in addition to Mr J. H. Leggo, who officiated as chairman of committee, are to be congratulated on the successful financial result of their efforts. Credit is also due to the artists, ticket sellers and residents who assisted. One and all can rest assured that their work in such a good cause has been thoroughly appreciated, and reflects credit on the generosity of the St. Kilda citizens uAnerallv.

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The Demands of Municipal Progress. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 June 1907

The Demands ol Municipal j Progress. ? Under the auspices of the Prahran Literary and Debating Society, the Hon. Donald Mackinnon, M.L.A., gave an address on the subject of "The Demands of Municipal Pro-, gress," in the school of arts room on Wednesday evening last. There was a fair attendance of representa-1 rive citizens, including ladies, and the chair was occupied by His Worship the Mayor, Cr Flintoff. Mr Mackinnon, who was cordially received, said there was a great deal less interest taken in municipal affairs than there should be, and elections were generally fought on such questions as to raising or lower ing the rate by a penny in the pound and as to the position of a lamp. Trivial matters of that kind were but small contributions towards what might be called civic life. He blamed the people themselves for the lack of interest shown ; they did not fully realise the value that could be obtained from municipal life. At the recent elections to the London County Council the Prog...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 June 1907

.THE. QHRIBTL&N COLLEGS?, ST. KILDA The College is situated ia Westbury Street, Dandenong Road. /^LASSES are in active preparation for Commercial, Federal, and ^J University Entrance Exam.nations. Commercial Training, Music, Dra^'i'ip, and Painting, Elccuti D, Dancing and Gymnastics are under , tile vupcrviiion of eNpens. j Tlie stall ot Vi-iiin^ Tutors includes Violin-Herr Schiebikh Gymnastics-Mr. D. Johns Piano-Mr Lillicrap Draiving and Painting-Mr Fred. Tayler Singing-Mr li. J. Inge. Commercial Subjects-Mr B. Lemmon Dancing-The Mi.-scs Hyams. Athletics-Messrs D. O'Brien & F. Preston Elocutim - Mr J. II. Hopkins. Prospectus on application. Telephone 1039, Windsor. Third Term commences July 15. Bosmarium Hair Tonic. t?/*«rn«s*»intn fontaine, in the tirst place, all the properties X&Ooiuärilllll of thc olu-fashioned but well-tried and well pro\ed plant Rosemary; secondly, those elements which form a food fop th« Hair, combined with substances which excite the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 June 1907

G. PLEASANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL. STREET, PRAHRAN (Nearly opposite¡tbe Arcade) Begs to draw attention to a tew of hil Special Sa medies, which can be confidently recommended, having proved themselves to be highly efficacious la the Tarions ailments mentioned. CORM MNE R«d). For removing Hard or So.t Corns. This well-established preparation has been improved by the addition of an ingredient which assists materially in reducing the discomfort usually occasioned by most cora cures. FBZOS li. par Bottle. A compound of Bismuth and Pepsine with Liver Stimulant« and {Laxatives for Indigestion, Billons, Liver and Stomach Complaints, Giddiness, Bick Headache, Flatulence, Heartburn, and all disorders arising from derangement of theViigestive organs. This preparation has been given with almost unfailing success in cases of Dyspepsia. Chronic Gastric Catarrh, Gastric Irritation with sickness, and in those troublesome and difficult cases arising from sedentary habits, or from excesses of any ki...

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The Standard SATURDAY, JUNE 22ND, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 June 1907

Tba Staudatd SATURDAY, JUNE 22ND, 1907. The Rev. Geo. Legge announced to the congregation at the Congre gational Church, Ballarat, on Sunday his intention to accept the pastorate of the church at Malvern, in succes sion to the Rev. A. E. Gifford. Mr Pyvis, of 535 High-st., Prah ran is carrying on the estate agency lately conducted by Mr A. T. Rains, and will be pleased to meet clients at all hours. See advertisement in this column. The monthly drawing room meet ing of the V.P.D. A., Prahran, No. 3 branch, was held at Mrs Beckwith'e, Prahran. The president, Mrs Morris, presided. During the evening a very enjoyable programme was rendered by students of the Chinese Mission School and teachers, when solos were contributed by Messrs J. Young, Chow Chin, G. Young, Hoong Pang, i Buck Hoy, Mr Morgan, Mrs Beck with and Miss Haynes. Mr Round gave a recitation, and an overture was played by Miss Beckwith and Mr Webb. The Rev. Mr Evans gave a very interesting address. At the South Yarra Baptist...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. St. Kilda. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 June 1907

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. St. Kilda. At the meeting of the St. Kilda council qn Monday evening last Cr Connibere, one of the representatives for the South ward, who retires by effluxion of time in August next,. made a statement of interest to the ratepayers regarding his future inten tions in connection with the council. He said it had been reported that be did not intend to offer himself for re-election for the reason that he was not living in the district. He would, however, be a candidate for re-elec tion. He was in the council in the 70's, and he thought he could claim to have given satisfaction to the council and to the ratepayers who had so often returned him unopposed. Aa to him not living in the district, that was no reason why he should cut himself off from St. Kilda alto gether. He found that all Melbourne councillors did not live within their municipality. He would offer him self for re-election, and hoped that he would be returned. He loved St. Kilda, and would always do his ...

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