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

ADVICE TO MOTHERS !-Are you broken in your rest by « sick child suffering with the pain of catting teeth ? Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle of Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It -will relieva the poor Bufferer 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 button." It Boothes the child, it softens the gams, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is the best known remedy Cor dysentery and diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or other causes. Mrs Winslow's Soo diing Syrup sold by Medi cine dealers everywhere. 'LINSEED COMPOUND-' The 'Stockport Remedy' for coughs and colds Of 40 years' proven efficacy. " What will be your chief aim now yon are in Parliament ?" asked the interviewer. "To stay here," answered the I laconie young statesman. He-I asked the doctor what I should take to remove the redness of my nose. She-And what did be s...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Dr Barnardo's Homes. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907

I DP Bapnapdo's Homes. i __ Night and Day for June bas much to tell of Dr. Barnardo's Homes and the 8,000 children in them. That Britain would do badly without this famous Charity is clear from the fact that in the single month of April last 282 Destitute Boys and Girls came under the care of the Homes. In 1906 there were 2,cot permanent admissions : two out ol three of these coming from the provinces or abroad, only one out of three from London. The 42nd anniversary of the Homes cook place on Saturday, zgth June, at Harkinside, when there were many I attractions. The magazine is fully illustrated with realistic photographs. An article of special interest is that which deals with boarding-out and the remarkable success which has attended this modern method of deal ing with the children of poverty. Other contents of this varied and interesting issue inciude a com mendation of the Homes by the Right Hon. Charles Booth, P.C., a page of " Somebody's Bairns," an "Interview with a Future ...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Australia v. Canada. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907

Australia v. Canada. All Australians, as soma as they arrive in England, are surprised to find they hear little of their country, but much of Canada. When the Commonwealth is considered as a whole, Canada cannot compare with us. This was once neatly put by Mr A. Drakard, when interviewed in London. Asked the reporter, " What can you offer ?" Mr Drakard replied, " A great deal. If I had time and yon had the space I could tell you of Victoria and its farming and irrigation ; of South Australia and its luscious fruit ; of New South Wales and its magnificent country and sheep farming ; of Queensland with its boundless possibilities, a country that can grow anything ; of Tasmania, the beautiful ; and of West Australia, with its gold and free grants of land, that means health, wealth, and happiness to those who go. Yes, let us have population, and we will do wonders." It would be difficult for anyone to give such a picture of Canada, with its long dreary winter, and it is strange so littl...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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A New Justice of the Peace. MR WM. DAVIES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907

A Ne« Justice of the Peace. MR WM. DAVIES. Mr Wm. Davies, of Prahran, has been gazetted a Justice of the Peace. Mr Davies is to be congratulated on his appointment, which has given much satisfaction to his many friends. Mr Davies has always been a bußy man, and residing as he does within a stone's throw of the police station and court house, his services will be available whenever required. Mr I davies is a very old resident of l'.-ahrac. and has always taken great interest in progressive public move- ] mFor some years he was a member of the Prahran City Council, and onrui^ ttv* course of his munici pal career occupied the position of Mayor, so he will not be new lo magisterial work. In Mr Davies | being made a Justice cf the Peace, it can v.ell be said that the honor has been conferred rn an estimable and public-spirited citizen.

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A Retiring Justice of the Peace. Mr Geo. Young. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907

k Retiring Jasticeof the Peacs I . - i Mr Qeo. Young. Mr Gorge Young, J. P., of Prah ran, has anuounced his intention of retiring from work at the local court. Mr Young had occupied a seat on Monday's benohes for many years past. He was created a Justice of the Peace in 1S63. From 1X65 to 187S he was a member of the Prahran council, and held the position of Mayor on four different occasions. At the sitting cf the court on Monday last, Mr Witt, J.P. (chairman), Mr Seton Williams (on behalf of the bar), and Mr George Brown (clerk of the court), referred to Mr Young's retirement in terms of regret, making special teferenceto his constant application to his magisterial duties, which wtre always, it was pointed out, performed with absolute integrity, uprightness and impartiality. The cause of Mr Young's retirement was advancing years, coupled with defective hearing. The clerk was instructed to write to Mr Young and express ihe court's appreciation of his years of faithful service.

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Malvern Council. Monday, July 1st, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907

HalYern Council, I - Monday, July ist, 1907. ' Present-Mayor Edgar(chainnan), ; and Crs Parslow, Cameron, Weller, ? Cornwall, Ellis, Lewis, Dunlop, Wilson, Holmes and Carroll.

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

.THE... COLLEGE, ST. KILDA The College is situated ia Wes1 bury Street, Dandenong Road. /^LASSES are in active preparation for Commeroial, Federal, and ^ University Entrance Examinations. Commercial Training, Music, Drawing, and Painting, Elrcuti D, Dancing and Gymnastics are under the supervision o( experis. The s1 all'of Visiting Tutors includes Violin-Heir Schieblich Gymnastics-Mr. D. Johns Piano-Mr Lillicrap Drawing and Painting-Mr Fred. Tayler Sinoinp-Mr H. J. Inge Commercial Subjects-Mr B. Lemmon DaDciDg-The Mi;ses Hyam?. Athletics-Messrs D. O'Brien & F. Preston Elocution-Mr .1. H. Hopkins. Prospectus cn application. Telephone 1039, Windsor. Third Term commences july 15. Rosmarium Hair Tonic. D/utmamnm contains, in the first place, all the properties AOSniäriUlIi uf (he old-fashioned but well-tried and well proved plant Rosemary- : secondly, those elements which form a food fOP the Hair, combined with substances which excite the SCRlp to healthy activity, and dissolve ...

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

" The Result of Having a Good Name" J. C. HUTTON respectfully requests the Public when purchasing bis " PINEAPPLE BRAND " Bacon to see that it is branded with his name and trade mark, as unscrupulous traders are continually selling cheaper brands of Bacon as HUTTON'S. A WIFE WANTED her husband to SO to Shoddy for a ________________ Cheap Suit. "No," said he, " the Prahran Tailor for me." Result-Wife pleased ; ordered a Costume ; sent her friends. The latest Advices, Fashions, &c, monthly. NOTICENE WAD DRESS WILLIAM TRIGG, 224 m&.%^mmm EOÄ», One door from Chapel Street, Prahran. Established 23 years at Commercial Road, near Market. Tell Everybody. Keep this for Reference. Premiers 190"-The Prahran Tailor Sp St Kilda F C

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The Standard. SATURDAY, JULY 6TH, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907

Th* Staarteíl SATURDAY, JULY 6TH, 1907. i = Mr and Mrs Thos. C. Flanagan, of " Rochester," 91 Lewisham road, Prahran, celebrated their silver wedding on Thursday,27th u'.t., when a number of old friends were present, including some who had also at tended their marriage. Congratulatory speeches were made, and Mr and Mrs Flanagan were wished a happy and prosperous future. They were married in 1882, at St. Mary's, Echuca, by the Bev. Dr. McGill i cuddy, Mr Flanagan being the eldest son of the late Daniel Flanagan, of Greymouth, N,Z., and his wife the eldest daughter of the late Geo. Miller, of Echuca, Vic. At the last general meeting of the Prahran Total Abstinence Society a programme was provided by Mr A. Fredrickson. The ¿terns were of a meritorious character, and were much appreciated by the audience. A hearty vote of thanks waa accorded to the performers. In connection with Mr Melcher's señes of monthly soci als. held in the Prahran Arcade Hall, a Necktie and Aproa Party will be he...

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

I -'LOKII.INK ' - FOE THE TEETH AND URKAT&T.- ; few drops of the liquid .' Flori iine'' snrir.kle'.! upon a wei tooth brush produce-.; a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses nie teeth from all parasites or im purities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, si.'ps decay, ^ives to the teeth a peculiar per!;,-whiiencs, and a delightful fragrance to t:¡¿ breath. It removes all unpleasant odour arj>in<í from decayed teeth or tobacco sruo'/e. " The Fragrant Floriltne " being conipj.-od in parts of Heney and sweet herbs id d^hcious to the taste, and the "rc-ti -ii. toi!'-': discovery of the as». Of all fiicm^ls awl l'eriurneis. Wholesale depots, ',)'?'. Firriii^Ji-n road. Loudon, England. v to- t/d CréC/2&9&X/9&i 2© Moi Wait ?:1 ycur good health is impaired, f.ti.c s;íps to keep it vp to the . ':. rvcn-.cmber that ailments .. -T.*'.y trifling sruy very soon : op into serious diseases. .tc :.ot hcsitite to *.atc rn the First appearance of any...

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

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINT MENT. Influenza, Goughs and Golds. In diseases of the throat and chest, BO prevalent in oar changeable climate, nothing so speedily relieves, or so certainly cores, as these inestimable remedies. These disorders axe too often neglected at their commencement, orare injudiciously treated, resulting in either case in disastrous consequences to the patient. Holloway's remedies will restore, if recovery be possible ; they allay the alarming symptoms and purify the blood ; Nature consummates the core, gradually restoring strength and vital power. By persevering tn the ase of Holloway's preparations tone is conferred on the stomach and frame generally. Thonsands of persons have testified that ; by the ase of these remedies alone they have been restored to health after every other means had failed. 'LINSEED COMPOUND.' <" coughs ana colds. Basas Aathnui and re leves bMatfciag.

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St. Martin's Young Men's Club [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907

St. Martin's Young Men's Club A most enjoyable evening was spent by the members of the above club last Tuesday, when a *' Comic Reading Night " was held. There was a large attendance, and all entered a competition for a prize presented by Mr Frank C. Smith. The prize was won by Mr D. Dowrick, for an extract from Chas; Lever's Charles O'Malley, which created roars of laughter, and after a further competition,-a second prize was awarded to Mr H. Allen for a reading entitled "The Black Boot Black ;" the others worthy of special mention being-'« A Saucy Skit," Mr Claude Gibbons ; "A Kangaroo Hnnt," from " On our Selection," Mr H. Allen; "The Story of my Life," A. Bider ; " Marriage " by Josh Billings, Eric Collins. K. Morrison also gave an interesting reading. Next Tuesday evening, Mr A. J. Relph will give a lecture entitled, "The Camera as a Diary," illustrated with limelight views.

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Prahran v. Brunswick. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907

Prahran v. Brunswick. At Toorak park on Saturday last in the presence of a very fair assem blage, Prahran met the much improved Brunswick team, and after a good game, won a meritorious victory. At the end of the first quarter with the scores 5 gls 4 hhs to 2 behinds in favor of the visitors, it was only the very enthusiastic supporter that reckoned the locals could win, but the game played by them in the second term changed the who'e aspect, and the game they played against the wind in the third quarter put them in a winning position. They had the wind last quarter and 1 point the advantage. During the third quarter the locals s:ored 2 gls 5 bhs to Brunswick's 1 gls 2 bhs with the wind, and had they, or rather had Watts, kicked goals with his three fairly easy shots instead of behinds, in the last quarter, his splendid play for the day, and the team's goal record would have been even more improved, as in the final quarter they added 1 gi 4 bhs to 1 bh, coming out victors by io point...

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FOOTBALL St. Kilda T. Collingwood. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907

I FOOTBALL. I St. Kilda T. Collingwood. I - For the third time during the season St. Kilda, which at one time threatened to be invincible, has " gone under, ' the victors on Saturday last being Collingwood. The match was played on the latter's ground. When these teams previously met, the sea siders won on a narrow majority of peints, whilst in last Saturday's match there was no great margin between them, either in the play or points scored, the result being Collingwood, 9 gls 13 bhs {67 points). St. Kilda, 7 gls io bhs (52 points). The game waa a well fought one throughout, and so even was it that it was anyone's victory up till a few minutes before the conclusion. The Collingwood played with great determination, whilst St. Kilda at times, under the fear of defeat, made Eome splendid rallies, but all to no purpose, for their opponents, holding the advantage they had gained, won the match, and sent their supporters and barrackers home in a delighted frame of mind. It was generally co...

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

TEN THOUSAND POUNDS PEE ANNUM MAY BE EARNED at too great a sacrifice, if we rain oar health and happiness daring its accumulation. Although money is a necessary article to possess in order to obtain the means of existence, it cannot parchase love, friendship, or immunity from the danger and pangs of disease. The millionaire has often envied the toiling labourer bis hearty appetite and sturdy health, and would gladly have sacrificed a large amount of his wealth in exchange for these blessings. Holloway's Pills, however, can give health to the most delicate. They are the precious key which caa open the door leading to the smiling valley of health. They purify the system and give the essentials strength for the blood. LINSEED COMPOUND-' Trade Mark of Kay's Compound Essence of Linsee , 'or coughs and colds. The Prahran council meets on Monday evening next.

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Address by Mr Brunt. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907

Address by Mr Brunt. i Mr W. Brunt, who has announced 1 his intention of contesting the i Prahran ward seat, addressed a meet 1 ing of friends and supporters at the , Arcade rooms on Wednesday evening last, when there was a good attend I ance. I Mr H. Keate Hall was voted to the chair. The chairman, in introducing the candidate, said M> Brunt had always taken great interest in municipal matters and other movements tending to the advancement of Prahran ; a citizen cf that stamp should bc given the opportunity of displaying his ability in a more prominent position. (Hear, hear.) On a previous occasion, after announcing his candidature, Mr Brunt had retired from the contest, so as not to split the votes > between himself and another candi date who held similar- views. Mr Brunt had taken that action of his own free will, whereas in instances of the kind arbitration was generally resorted to. That was another reason why he was entitled to the suffrages of the ratepayers on this occ...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Prahran. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907

i MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Prahran. Cr A. Nathan, Prahran ward, who retires by effluxion of time next month, will address a meeting of friends and supporters at 228 Chapel street. Prahran, on 1 uesday evening next, at 8 o'clock.

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OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907

OBITUARY. ? Mrs Elizabeth Brown, ii years of age, who f.T many years conducted what is known as the Scripture Reading; School, in Eastbourne street, Piahran, died on Sunday last. . The burial tojk place on the follow ing day in the St. Kilda cemetery, the service being conducted by the Rev. Mr Balfour, of the Presbyterian Church, East St. Kilda. Drayton and Garson conducted the mortuary arrangements. The ¡ate Mrs Brown leaves one son and two daughters, and one of the latter, Miss Brown, is continuing the work at the school. The Scripture Beading School in Eastbourne street ia carried on in an unostentatious manner ; it has a history, and a record of good work, kindness, benevolence and charily. It is tlic last of thirteen of such schools that were established in different suburbs by Mrs Hornbrook, a (Jjakeress. In 1863 the late Mrs Brown arrived in this country, and in the following year joined Mrs Hornbrook in her self-denying work, taking charge of a school in Commercial road. The...

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CITY SURVEYOR OF PRAHRAN. MR CALDER'S RECENT TOUR ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907

I ______________ j CITY SURVEYOR OF PRAHRAN. I MR CALDER'S RECENT TOUR ABROAD. The following article, under the heading of "An Example from the Antipodes," appears in " The Sur veyor and Municipal and County Engineer" of May 17th last " The return to Australia of Mr William Calder, the city surveyor of Prahran, after his recent visit to England and other countries, has been marked by the city municipa lity's graceful recognition of assis tance given to their official during his worid tour of inspection. It is with pecu'i&r pleasure that we refer to the incident as a characteristic illustration of such sympathetic relations between a corporation and its engineer as are, unfortunately, uncommon enough to invite particu larisation. Mr Calder was despatched by his council with most liberal provisions, not only as to the ex« penses of his peregrinations, but as io his authority to enter into con tract for the acquisition of such I plant and appliances as were needed I for the cit...

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

LINSEED COMPOUND, for! coughs and colds. Of proven efficacy for Bronchial irritation. You will make a " Pair Decision " ' if you decide to buy a bottle of I Rosmarinm this month. See page _. I-(Advt.)

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