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CHURCH JUBILEE. CHRIST CHURCH, ACLAND STREET, ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907
CHURCH JUBILEE. CHRIST CHURCH, ACLAND STREET, ST. KILDA. At the meeting of the St. Kilda council on Monday evening last a letter was received from Captain W. Mason-Cox, hon. secretary to Christ Church, Acland street, stating that next month (August) was the jubilee of the opening of the church. The parish, which was b^gun in 1849, was the oldest in the Church of England south of the Yarra, and one frotn which had sprung such well-known places of worship as All I Saints', St. Kilda; St. Matthew's, j Prahran ; Holy Trinity, Balaclava, &c. An invitation was extended to the Mayor and councillors to attend the jubilee service on Sunday, Aug. 4ih, at IO 30 a.m. ; also to be present at a social gathering of the congre i gation at the St. Kilda Town Hall on Thursday. August 8th, at 8 p.m., to which the Mayoress and wives of councillors were also invited. On the motion of Cr Hughes, the ¡ invitations were formally accepted.
Headache, Indigestion and Constipation. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907
Headache, Indigesíiou and. Constipation. 'AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. It will interest sulTerers to know that a valuable medicino, called Froo toids, has been discovered, which is now completely cering each of t!:>; above-named complaints. Frootoids are elegant in appearance, and plea sant to take, and, what is of the ut most importance, are thoroughly reli able in affording quick relief. You do not require to go on taking them for a prolonged period, as is necessary, with some medicines, which even then are mostly disappointing; you simply take a dose of Frootoids when ill and repeat the dose if necessary, but gene rally one dose is quite effective. Frootoids are immensely more valu able than an ordinary aperient, in so far that they not only act as an ape rient, but do remove from the blood, tissues, and internal organs all the waste poisonous matter that is clog ging them and choking the channels that lead to and from them. The bene ficial effects of Frootoids are evident _ at onc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907
All Sporting Requisites AND Football Material j. K. SMITH, The Sports Emporium, IS6 Elizabeth Street MELBOURNE . Catalogue of Sporting Sequisites free any address. PRINTING OFFICES 144-46 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN. Sth. Yarra Gazette TOORAK ROAD, S.Y. Malvern Standard 15 Edsall Street, Malvern. A USEFUL REWINDER : The man who does not Ad vertise will soon need Advertising for. " An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Use "Rosmariura" before all your hair disappears. See page 2.-(Advt.) MISS DAVIES, 7 Chapel Street, WINDSOR, Wishes to intimate to the Ladies of Windsor and surrounding district That she has opened a MILLINERY PARLOR AT THE ABOVE ADDKESS. Bono vating and £e-3Co&elllng a Specialty. W. H. PERYMAN & CO-, ESTATE AGENTS, 91 Fiizroy-st, ST. KILDA (Opposite Railway Station). Insurance Agents. Rents Collected. Loans Negotiated. Auction Sales Arranged. TEL. 1042 Windsor. PATRONISE MATT KIDD, Hairdresser and Tobacconist, 342 Chapel Street, Prahran, One Doo...
GLEN IRIS TRAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907
GLEN IRIS TRAIN. Cr Lewis reported tb at the Mayor (Cr Edgar}, the Town Clerk and him self had waited upon the Hallway Commissioners with reference to the early morning trains on the Glen Iris railway line. The Commis sioners informed them that the Glen Iris line was improving, arid staled that if a request was made by the council for early trains it would re ceive favorable consideration. He also believed that an extra carriage would also be put on the 2 o'clock train. He desired to move " that this council in the interests of the district respectfully requests the Commis sioners to run morning trains on the Glen Iris line at 7.30 and 8.30, and that a copy of this resolution be sent I to the Commissioners." Cr Párelow seconded the motion, which was carried. DOCKING ACCOMMODATION. The Town of Williamstown wrote urging the increase of docking accom modation for Melbourne.-The letter was received, and no action taken. KEW-ST. KILDA PROPOSED TRAMWAY. The hon. sec., of the Kew-St. Kilda...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907
G. PLEAS ANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL. STREET, PRAHRAN (Nearly opposite'the Arode) Begs to draw attention to a few of his Special Remedies, which can be confidently recommended, haring proved themselves to be highly efficacious in \^^^^~fi*^s^¡ff: l I the Tarions ailments mentioned. CORK . For removing Rard or So.t Corns. This well-established preparation has been improved bj-the addition of an ingredient which assists materially in reducing the discomfort usually occasioned by most corn cores. PEIOB Ia- per Sottlo A. compound of Bismuth and Pepsine 'with Liver Stimulants and fLaxatives for Indigestion, Bilious, Liver and Stomach Complaints, Giddiness, Sick Headache, Flatulence, Heartburn, and all disorders arising from derangement of the'digestirg organs. This preparation has been given with almost unfailing success ia case* of Dyspepsia, Chronic Gastric Catarrh, Gastric Irritation with sickness, «nd in those troublesome and difficult cases arising from sedentary habits, or from exces...
LOCAL POLICE STRENGTH. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907
- ! UKAL POUCE STRENGTH. j I.i answer n a request made by th.- c i-.nLil for two extra constables io bi? st3'.ioru- ' in ^t. Kilda and one in S:. iûl.:.i lit: st, a communication wa? received hem th? Chief Secre t;tr\'b D-jp:'.rtnienr îiitimïiing that tlic .:n«.¡i.jitÍL-'i could net be acceded ti>,.t: r v.o.: d necessitate the re moval c ^r.slabies nom other statio s whir,' the}' UT rt? more ur¿;:r.; y requite 1. Cr Hariet s; r.-ngîy condemned the adi v. ot thc department in not pramirc the council s request. il wai c. nstdertd by the council that .St. Ki oa bsd not go* its full complement of police according to a population I ii;.-, ar.d it was decided to rx!, r the matter to the Parliamen tary representative for the district. )i JARD Oh' HE A 1.TH . Svvcral communications referring to analyses of \zod sample", &C, wciu received ¡torn the Beard of I Tea-tii. In regard to moisture in broad, tlie board askei thu council not to prose cute for the present ia any case of brea...
Retara Ball to the Mayor of Prahran. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907
Retara Ball to the Mayor of Prahran. On Saturday evening last a largely attended meeting of Prahran citizens was held, when it was decided to tender a return ball to His Worship the Mayor (Cr W. Flintoft.) The date fixed on was July 30, but it was subsequently found that the date clashed with other fixtures, and it has been finally agreed to hold the return ball on Tuesday, August 6th. The meeting was a very enthusiastic one, and there is every promise that the function will prove one of the foremost social successes of recent years. The following gentlemen were ap pointed an executive committee to carry out the details-Chairman, Major G. W. Watson ; vice-chair man, Dr R. H. Fetherston ; and Messrs W. E. Brunt, M.A.,LL.B.¡ S. Carter, J. Doubleday, Capt. A. A. Holdsworth, Sweyn H. Lemme, A. Miller, J. G. Mitchell, D. S. Oakley, Capt. T. G. L. Scott, T. Simmons, H. T. Ward, and L. H. Wells. Hon. secretary, Mr E. H. Willis Armadale. Hon. treasurer, Mr H. Wesslink, Hawksburn. Sub commit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907
THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS. All suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the altmoat immediate relief aflurded by the use of "Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous " lozenges " are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country. People troubled with a " backing cough," a " slight cold," or bronchial affections, cannot try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progrese, result in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic aflections. See that the signature of John I. Brown & Son is on every wrapper. - Prepared by .fohn 1. Brown « Bon, Boston, U.S.A. European depot, 33, Farringdon road, Lon don. England. Friend (to Jackson, lately mar ried)-I don't see any change about you since you were married. Jackson (turning his pockets in side out)-There isn't any to see, my boy. " LINSEED COMPOUND of 40 years proven efficacy, for coughs, colds, and difficulty of breathing. Nail this fact to your head. Ros marium cures dandruf...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907
MARRIAGE. LOFTUS-HEADEN. On Saturday last, at St. Matthew's Church, Prahran, the marriage of Mr F. A. Loftus, youngest son of Mr and Mrs J. Loftus, of Chiltern, with Miss Annie Headen, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs W. J. Headen, of Prahran, was celebrated. The offi- ciating clergyman was the Rev. H. T. Sapsford, friend of both parties. The bride was attired in an ivory crepe de chene skirt, with padded hem in Grecian key pattern. The bodice was trimmed with yoke of point lace and jewelled chiffon, a jewelled chiffon sash hanging from shoulders to bottom of train ; she also wore a wreath and veil, and carried a prayer book (ivory.) Miss Ethel Headen, sister of the bride, who acted as bridesmaid, wore a soft cream voile dress trimmed with bands of chiffon glace, bodice with straps of insertion ; in her hair she wore a cream aigrette and feather, and carried a posy of wattle blossom and Virginian creeper, which, with a pearl star, was the gift of the bridegroom. Mr T. Thompson, of Prah...
An Australian and Mark Twain. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907
An Australian and Mark Twain. It is said that Mark Twain is one of the most difficult men m America to interview. He shuns the news paper-man and refuses to receive him. But on being told that a representa tive of an Australian magazine wished to see him, he relented. Besides, the said representative could play billiards ! So there followed a chat and a game cf 100 up, which Mark won by 93. Mr Chas. Nuttall, an Australian artist now in New York, was the man, and " Life " was the magazine. Its June number is before us, and besides the talk with Mark Twain, there are several other very popular articles. A little-known patch in the centre of Australia is described by Captain Barclay, an explorer of experience, who promises to tell more about Central Australia in future issues. " Mr Dooley " writes very humorously on Flying Machines. He says he will wait till a flying machine has laid an egg before he will feel the problem is solved. Good advice is given by Dr. Rutherford Waddell on How...
South Yarra Methodist Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 July 1907
South Yarra Methodist Literary Society. The above society held its usual fortnightly meeting in the schcol vestry on Monday evening last. There was a large number of members and visitors present. Cap tain Forsyth was in the chair. The half-yearly report and balance sheet were read and confirmed. The report showed the society to be in a very good condition, financially and other wise. After this, the subject on the syllabus, a debate, " That the Federa tion of the British Empire is not Desirable " was proceeded with. Mr A. G. Byrne took the affirmative and Mr E. W. Ellis the negative. Messrs Forsyth, Evans and Clark also gave their views on the subject- Mr Stafford, who very kindly offi dated as judge for the debate, awarded the victory to Mr Byrne. Mr Ellis pro posed a vote of thanks to Mr Stafford for his services as judge and Mr Byrne seconded the motion. Mr Stafford, in responding, said he was sorry he could not be present more often, and praised the society for being, in such a ...
FUN AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 July 1907
FtTK AND FANCY. The man «ho dyes his hair DST er snooMtr lo " keeping it dark." Ererybod? MW through it. Bare faced robberies are generally oomratt ted by masked men. " I tell yea, Biddy," said Mioky Dolan, ol Limerick, as he sat down to his supper, " it is not (er nie to be oocharitable to me feller men but when Dennis O'Brien, vid hil wood leg, takes to carryin' a walking stick besides, it looks toa much eh toy le and ex* trsvBgancc, so it do." Hunker : " Hallo, Rickets, when is your marriage to Miss Annie Warburton coming ofl" ltickets: "It has been indefinitely post poned." "What's the trouble*" " Oh, I have to wait till her husband i| dead. EVEIIV Dor. HAS HIS DAY.-Spann : " Aw -is tlie Dalmatian the fashionable dog tliii Season, Miss Pliny re :" Miss Pliayre : " Oh, no ! I always weal % ' pug ' with tltis gown." Kir-it Small Hoy (looking at subaltern 1*1 ha line) : .' Ljok at the horficer, Bill." Second Small Coy : .' Gar'n, "e ain't [no horficer; 'e ain't growed ? spurs yet."...
C.T. Rovers v. Moran and Cate's. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 July 1907
Q.T. Sown v. Karu aaa Cato'*. This match waa played on Su Kilda ground and" was very well con contested. The inaJtscpres were O.T. Rovers, gis w bbs (34 points). ** Moran and Cato's, 2 gie 2 hhs (14 points). The goal-kickers for O.T. Rovers were - Reynolds (2), Chapman, Tozer. Goal-kickers for Moran and Cato's were-Taylor, Nicholson. O.T. Rovers play Chandlers at Northcote next Wednesday. Drag leaves High street at 2 o'clock. All followers roll up.
Prahran District Churches' Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 July 1907
Prahran District Oaurclie»' Football Association. This Association in its first season of existence in Prahran played its ninth round of matches last Satur day, when the following clubs : Mt. Erica, Christ Church and Malvern Presbyterians were the respective winners. Scores : Mt. Erica io goals 12 behinds, 72 points, v. S. Malvern Methodists 6 goals 3 behinds, (39 points). Christ Church 13 goals io behinds (88 points), v. South Yarra Baptists 3 goals 2 behinds (20 points). Malvern Presbyterians 5 goals 13 behinds (43 points), v. Prahran Presbyterians 1 goal 5 behinds (11 points. Christ Church are still the unde feated club,baving now a substantial lead of 8 points against Malvern Presbyterians who are second. Upon appearance there does not seem any doubt that Christ Church will be premiers. This afternoon's matches and re spective umpires are Malvern Presbyterians v. South Malvern Methodists (Marriott). South Yarra Baptists v. Prahran Presbyterians (White). Mt. Erica v. Christ Churc...
Prahran T. Blchmond. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 July 1907
Prahran T. Blehmond, On Saturday last Prahran com pleted the first round of Association games, by meeting Riehmond at Toorak park. There was a very fair assemblage to witness the game, and but for the poor use the forwards made of their many chances, the final scores would have been a lot closer than they are shown to be. The victory of the visitors was due to their vastly superior goal kicking. Prahran put up a good game, and with the system introduced, they will be a lot higher on the scale at the end of the season. They were beaten on points only, more than holding their own with their weightier opponents in the play all day. If they had only kicked more goals with the easy shots they had so often, a win instead of defeat would have been theirs. Jones (of Rutherglen) and Meaney (South Melbourne Trades) made creditable first appear I anees. Carden, Truscott, Watts, Carlson, Boyland, Buisst. Swift and Trevillian all did their parts well. Smith 2, Jones, Watts, Johnson, Carbon, Buis...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 July 1907
Mr Win. Davies, of Prahran, who «as recently created a Justice of the Peace, occupied a seat on the local bench oh Thursday last. Mr Davies was welcomed and congratulated by the Mayor (Cr Flintoft), Cr Chambers and Major Clipperton, J's-P.,and by representatives, of the bar, court and police. Beference was made by speakers to the large amount of work tnat devolved upon a Justice of the Pernee wird lived within easy reach, and who was willing to perform his duties freely. Mr Davies returned thanks for the kindly sentiments ex pressed towards him, and stated he recognised the duties he had under taken would occupy much of his time, and that extra work would de volve upon him, but work had never frightened Him. At the Congregational school, Inkerman street, St. Kilda, on Tues day evening next, Mt A. Drakard will give a lecture on " The Humorous Side of Life." Special songs will be given during the even ing. Ex-Mayor Pittard will preside, and à very pleasant evening is. promised. A coll...
FOOTBALL. St. Kilda Y. Esiendon. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 July 1907
FOOTBALL. Jj St. Kilda Y. Esiendon. í The above teams met on Saturday ^ last on the East Melbourne ground. After a good game tbe seasiders gained the victory by a substantial majority. The following were the scores: St. Kilda, 9 gls it bbs (65 points); Essendon, 5 gls 7 bbs (37 pointsj. Both sides showed up prominently during the progress of the match. An opinion was expressed that the severe tests which the Saints have been put to during the season is beginning to tell on some of the players, but never* theless the team persevered with a determination that found Its reward in victory. To-day the Saints meet' Geelong, on the ground of the former. A good game is anticipated«