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MALVERN HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 June 1907

MALVERN HARRIERS. Malvern and Y.M.C.A. harriers ran from Rosstown on Saturday last over a good course- The trail was laid by Messrs F. Johnson (Malvern) and F. G. Roberts (Y.M.C.A.) Mr C. A. R. Clarke (Malvern) aeted as pace, and Mr P. A. Sinclair (Y.M.C.A.) as whip. The run-in of 500 yards resulted in Malvern being placed ,viz C. J. Hardy 1 ; P. G. Everist 2 ; C. J. Fraser 3.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
St. Martin's Young Men's Club [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 June 1907

St. Martin's Young Men's Club A meeting of the above dob was held on Tuesday evening, and after discussion a syllabus was passed by the members, which included com petitions, debates and social even ings. After the business was' concluded a shooting competition for a prize given by Mr Dowrick was held, and won by Mr Claude Gib bons. Next Tuesday will be devoted to comic readings, for which a prize will be given by Mr Frank C. Smith. TRAMWAY MATTERS. Cr Skinner brought forward several matters in regard to the High street tramway, at the Prahran council meeting on Moeday last, and they were postponed for future consi deration.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 June 1907

, ' LINUM CATHARTICUM PILLS'. « I Mountain Flax. An Agreeable Aperient j Worth a trial.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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M. U. I. O. O. F. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 June 1907

M.U. I.O.O.F. The Loyal Good Intent Lodge hel a very enjoyable smoke concert chi week at the Dispensary Hall Prahran, when presentations wer made of trophies won by the oricke club, and Bro. Alex. French, P.G was the recipient of a magniftcen framed address for valuable service to the lodge. The chair was filia by that genial Oddfellow, Bro. Fd ward Stabb, P.P.G.M., who was sup ported on the platform by Bros. thi Hon. Joseph Sternberg, M.L..C. and the Hon. J. Duggan ; als« Bros. O. T. Orr. P.P.C.S. ; A D. Mackie and Arthur H. Holds worth, P.P.G.M's., together with th< Prov. Grand MaBter, Bro. A. A Myers, accompanied by his Deputy Bro. F. D. Winslow. The Hon Donald Mackinnon. M.L.A., sent ai apology. Bro. Myers, in a happy speech presented the following trophies: All round play-Bro. J. Jones, the gift of Bro. O. T. Orr ; ist batting Bro. Brittingham, the gift of Bro. E Stabb ; 2nd batting-Bro. French the gift of Bro. Dixon ; ist bowling -Bro. G. Mains, the gift of Bro. Sta...

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EX-CR JOHN TURNER. A COUNCIL TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 June 1907

EX-CB JOHN TURNER, I "A COUNCIL TESTIMONIAL. - .«« »to.- . At .-the meeting of die PrahAuT council on Monday evening last die following letter was received from ex-Cr John Turner, who for many years was a prominent and-with all truth one can add-a distinguished member of the council-" Having acted as chairman of your finance and legislative committees for a I number of years, may 1 seek the favor of a letter under the seal of the council as to the manner io which I fu1 filled those important duties !" Cr Chambers moved that the ap plication be granted. (Hear, hear). Ex-Cr Turner had done gigantic work for the city-work that the ratepayers were not fully cognisant : cf. The council would be pleased to give him a testimonial. (Hear, hear). Cr Upton seconded the motion. In writing the testimonial the Town Clerk could also add the length of service which ex-Cr Turner bad given to the council and ratepayers, as it would prove a memento as well as a testimonial. (Hear, hear). Cr Dobson, w...

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Lacrosse. HAWKSBURN V. ESSENDON. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 June 1907

Lacrosse. HAWKSBJKTRN'-ft. ESSENDON. On Saturday laat^the ^Hawksburn playecf^tïeir return match -with Essendon. From the start the game had a tendency to be rough. At the commencement of fhe game Essendon forged ahead, scoring, first-goaL.-The first quarter ended with only one goal scored, and that by Essendon. In the second quarter each side scored a goal. After half time the play was of a batter elass, - and perhaps it will be a |»qg time before a better exhibitiofr^er1 Lacrosse will be witnessed. The third quarter ended without atty alteration to the score. When the final quarter started the excitement was at a high pitch. The first to score was Essendon, this making their totals 3 to Hawksburn's I. After this, Hawksburn completely took the game in hand, and quickly scored twic^^niäitiäg the-scores equal. Hawksburn ' continued to attack strongly on the Essendon goal but they (Essendon) were obliged to put an extra man on the defence line. After one of the most exciting con tests ...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Arbor Day. PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 June 1907

Yesterday was Arbor Day-in other words, a day set apart for the purpose of tree planting, a function that is carried out in conjunction with the pupils of State Schools.We have it on the word of a St. Kilda councillor that, on the occasion of the last Arbor Day, in America 10,000,000 trees were planted. We have not yet reached that state of perfection in Australia,as the people do not appear to be thoroughly seized with the necessity and im portance of a more wholesome and extensive system of tree plnting. Some day,no doubt,they will.As     far as Prahran was concerned,a cer   tain amount of planting was done, but in reality not sufficient by a long way.The planting was confined to     Fawkner Park.As a fact,this park     doesn't belong to the municipality of Prahran,but there is the consola-   tion that Fawkner Park in the future -and in the near future,too-may   &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 June 1907

PM"**' "?SE&iâk 'J-"" G. PLEASANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN (Nearly oppo*ite,the Arcade) Begs to draw attention to a few of bis Special Remedies, which, can be confidently recommended, having proved themselves to be highly efficacious tn the varióos ailments mentioned. CORK BâNS Sad). For removing Hard or So^t Corns. This well-established preparation ha» been improved by the addition, of an ingredient which assists materially in reducing the discomfort usually occasioned by most corn cures. FfilOS la- per Bottle A compound of Bismuth and Pepsiue with Liver Stimulants and {Laxatives for Indigestion, Bilious, Liver and Stomach Complaints, Giddiness. Sick Headache, Flatulence, Heartburn, and all disorders arising from derangement of the^digestire organs. * This preparation bas 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 h...

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Amateur Theatricals. "ALADDIN," BY THE TOORAK PLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 June 1907

Amateur Theatricals. .« ALADDIN," BY THE TOORAK PLAYERS. In St. Mary's Hail, Dandenong road, on Wednesday evening last.an amateur theatrical company, known as the Toorak Players, performed the comic opera of "Aladdin." The Players certainly deserve every credit and encouragement for the endeavors they put forth to do justice to them selves and to satisfy and entertain the audience. For our part, we prefer to show a generous disposition towards amateurs, in whatever role they may undertake, for we recognise that those who seek by application and study to improve their talents, while at the same time honestly endeavoring to entertain thos s around them, are worthy of appropriate recognition. It is in this spirit that we now turn to " Aladdin," by the Toorak Players. The play was brought up-to-date with popular songs, dances, choruses, marches, &c., and on the whole the performance may be classed as a very creditable production. That there is need for improvement in parts will ...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, June 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 June 1907

ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, June 24th. Present-Mayor Flintoft, and Ors Chambers, Dobson, Williams, Nathan, Upton, Naylor, Luxton, Nicolson, Miller and Skinner. HOARD Ol HEALTH. Several communications referring to analyses of food simple;, &c , were received trom the Board of Health. The board also pointed out that tlie council had power to make a bye-law io preveDt expectoration on the footpaths. Cr Chambers said the council took action in the matter a few years ago. No bye-law, however, was passed. Cr Upton said that Cr Crespin, of Melbourne, was the lirst to initiale the movement agaiust expectorating j on footpaths. On tlie motion of Cr Dobson, the communications were referred to the health committee. THE SURVEYOR. A turther batch of acknowledg ments was received from American municipal engineers regarding the. receipt ot copies of Mr Calder's re port on his tour abroad. Compli mentary arni courteous references were made to the report. COAL AN P I-I Kt WOOD A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 June 1907

All Sporting Requisites AND Football Material J. K. SMITH, The Sports Emporium, 136 Elizabeth Street MELBOURNE . Catalogue of Sporting Requisites free any address. FOOTBALL SEASON. Local Clubs and Societies, PATRONISE- ? OWEN'S SPORTS DEPOT, 284 Chapel-street, Prahran. Sherrir.'s Footballs, 12,6 and 15/6 Kew Aerial 12,6, Waterproof 15/ Daisy Match II. 10/6; III, 8/6 A.N.A., 0/6, H 6 ; Comet Match II, 7 o' ; Don, 11,6 ; Don special 13/6 Club Match, with best bladder, 6/6 Match Footballs, 5/6 Youth?' Foothills, 3/6 and 4/6 Boys' Footballs, 1,9 and 2/6 OVVKN'S SPORTS DEPOT 284 Chapel Street, Prahran. A USEFUL REMINDER : The rn an who does not Ad vertise will soon need Advertising for. Satisfies Local Readers. PROOFS AT EVERYBODY'S DOOR. The Case of Hrs. J. EASTWOOD. By a Sfedai Reporter, When fatly experienced and properly organised in the future, women's votes will undoubtedly bc cast solid for the protection of home and ail that domes ticity implies. Tho welfare of home ia the full s...

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South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 June 1907

I Sooth Soborban Churches' Cricket Association. Â most enjoyable social re-unioi of the officers, delegates and secre taries of the popular South Suburbai Churches' Cricket Association wai held in the Arcade Hall building ot Thursday evening last, when there were present Vice-presidents W Davies, Ivory and J. E. Fraser; Association Secretaries Greenwood and Packer, and secretaries and delegates from the following clubs : Armadale Wesleys, Armadale Pres byterians, East Malvern Presby terians, Malvern Congregational^, Prahran Independents, Prahran Presbyterians, St. Alban's, South Yarra Church of Christ, St. Mat thew's, St. George's, East St. Kilda ; St. George's, Malvern ; South Yarra Baptists, and St. Kilda Methodists. An apology was received from the as sociation president, Hon. Donald Mackinnon, M.L.A., who was unable to be present, as he was out of town. Mr. Ivory, who presided, proposed the toast of The King, which was en thusiastically honored. The toasts of " The winners, runn...

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Prahran Total Abstinence Society. POOR FUND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 June 1907

Prahran Total Abstinence Society. -. POOR FUND CONCERT. A splendid concert in aid of the above fund was given by the P.T.A.S. on Tuesday evening. The Rev. W. T. G. Storr s presided, and there was a very large attendance. All the items were splendidly given, those who took, part being-the Misses Grete and Elsa Triechel, Doris Bland, Pauline Friedman, D. Chads, Ruby Tripp, D. Moore, Ruby and Sylvia Lorimer, Ethel Edwards, Clarice Hardwick, Mary Findlay, and Messrs J. Miller, J. Young, and Master Bertie Bismire ; every item was very well rendered. Miss E. Freebody must be specially compli mented for her two elocutionary numbers. During the interval the chairman expressed his thankfulness to the P.T.A.S. for having again rendered assistance with their Poor Fund, as they had so often done before. Thanks are also due to the Misses Freebody for having arranged such a splendid concert. The hon. secretary of the society, Mr J. J. Barlow, must also be complimented on the excellent work render...

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Improved Street Lighting. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907

Improved Street Lighting-. Ât the meeting of the St. Kilda council on Monday evening last, Mr W. Calder, city surveyor of Prahran, wrote stating that his council proposed to erect three electric arc lamps in Wellington street on condition that St. Kilda paid half cost, viz, £ll 10s per annum. One of the lights would be placed opposite Marlton Crescent, another opposite St. David street, and the third midway between St. David street and the Junction. As the council will be in a position to do away with some of its smaller lamps, it was resolved to acquiesce in the proposal of the Prahran council. The lighting committee also brought up the following recommen dations-That a bracket and globe be erected on pillar in Dandenong road, opposite to St. Mary's Church ; that a bracket lamp be fixed in lieu of pillar at entrance to Alma Park, east from Dandenong road ; that a lamp be fixed in Julia-avenue ; that a long-armed bracket and globe be fixed to lamp at Post Office, High street, and th...

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"Magpie" Self-Raising Flour Scores a Win. A Popular Household Requisite. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907

" Magpie " Self-Raising Flour Scores a Win. A Popular Household Requisite, j The large number of housewives who are in the habit of using and appreciating the celebrated "Magpie"' brand of self-raising flour, which is manufactured solely by the well known grocery firm of Messrs Richards Bros., of 105 Chapel street, Windsor, will be pleased to learn of a success scored in another direction by the popular " Magpie " brand. On Wednesday evening last a poster carnival was held at the South Yarra skating rink, and the celebrated " Maepie" self-raising flour had the honor of securing the first prize for the most striking representation. It consisted of a team of four ladies and one gentleman, and the artistic manner in which the advertisement was arranged was the theme of admiration. Magpies appeared to be everywhere ! The fair sex who par ticipated in the representation were Misses Corley, Lane, Cooke and Ward ; over white co-ts which they wore were attached streamers of ribbons, to each...

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The Democratic Aspect of the Immigration Question. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907

The Democratic Aspect of the Immigration Question. Or. Cornwall, of 'Malvern, delivered an address on this important question be fore the Malvern branch of the AJî.A. on Wednesday, the 3rd inst. Mr. E. Shearwood, the branch president, occu pied the chair, and there was a good at tendance. The speaker received a very sympathetic hearing. Cr. Cornwall's text was taken from the Victorian Year Book, 1905, p. 115 "Increase of population from outside Australia practically ceased about 1891." Til« State wanted immigrants as cus tomers for our merchants, manufactur ers, and rctailcr.s. The Commonweal) il wanted them for defence. We had eio-ie to our shores Japan, with a population of 50 millions, and with a navy almost the best in the world; and China, with a population of 400 millions, starting to follow in Japan's footsteps, and to reorganise its anny and navy on Euro pean lines. The possibilities of tlie next 25 years were fraught with grave danger to the Commonwealth, lt wis necessary t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907

Mr Subbubs - Great heavens ! Lacy, Mary tried to start the fire I with gun-cotton, and she has been j blown out through the roof ! Mrs Subbubs-Never mind ; it's her day out, anyhow. DON'T COUGH.-Belief can be obtained immediately. Cse SEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES"-well known as the utterly I unrivalled Cough Remedy. Strongly recom mended by many eminent physicians. They at once chock the cough and remove the ! cause-without any after effect ; the most delicate can therefore take them. One Lozenge alone gives ewe-one or two at j bedtime ensures rest. Sold everywhere in j tins I3jd each. I LINUM CATHARTICUM PILLS', cf Mountain Flax. An Agreeable Aperient. Worth a trial. RA-TO SOAP For MedicaljToilet, and Nursery use A. TILLEY. South Yarra Great Winter Sale in progress at the Colosseum, Chapel-st., Prahran.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907

COAGULINE, KLINX. TENA SIT INE- Cements for broken and other ( articles.

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Pride of the Yarra Tent, I.O.R. 37th ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907

Pride of the Tarra Tent, LO.R. 37fch ANNIVERSARY. If one judges by tba attendance at the. i last two Rechabite Tent anniversaries held in Prahran, then Rechabitism mast be looking ap, although, apart from this, we are informed that the local Tents are growing, and showing great vitality. On Wednesday evening last, at the Prahran City Hall, there was a splendid attend ance on the occasion of the Pride of the Yarra Tent Anniversary, when a really good programme was presented ; in fact, if anything, it erred on the side of giving too much, for there were no less than fifteen items, including very fine bio scope pictures by Messrs- Gnnn and Sons, and a Comedietta. Miss May Coulson was an efficient accompanist, and that lady also played two excellent piano selections, besides rendering two vocal numbers, displaying a very pleas ing voice- Mr. Geo. Connor's baritone items were fine numbers, and Mr. Page Lang, both in ventriloquism and modern magic, pleased the audience immensely. Miss Eth...

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Pride's Hope Juniors, I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907

Pride's Hope Juniors, I.O.R. The above lodge held a grand pre sentation night at their last meeting. Bros. frJuperintenden'.s Davidson, Trotman and Stephens were in charge, and we were favored with a visit from Bro. Milner, of the Junior Committee, also about 20 members of Mayflower Girls' tent and Sisters of Princess May Women's Tent. Bro. Milner, on behalf of the tent, made the following presentations : - Past Chief Ruler's certificate to Bros Simpson and B. Paris, ist prize quoit competition, medal, Bro. W. Winter ; 2nd prize, mouth organ, I Bro. Kahen ; Shooting, ist prize, medal, Bro. Pitkin ; 2nd prize, mouth orr.an, Bro. N. Paris. On behalf of Annual Picnic Committee, Bro. A. Pinkerton was presented with a gold [ medal, first in mile race, and also silver medal to Bro. R. Baird for ist prize in race under 14 years. After a few items of harmony, coffee and cake was handed round and con cluded a very enjoyable evening.

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