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St. Martin's Young Men's Club [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 July 1907

St. Martin's Young Men's Club There was a large attendance of the members of St. Martin's Young Men's Club and their friends, at the usual meeting of the club last Tues- day, to hear Mr A. J. Relph deliver a lecture entitled " The Camera as a Diary." Mr Relph by the aid of limelight views depicted St. Martin's Church from its earliest days, and also showed photos of the various ministers who have had charge of the parish, then he took them imaginary trips to Apollo Bay and district, Buffalo Gorge and Bright, and con tinuing he showed many beautiful pictures of wild orchids, flowers and natural history subjects, illustrating the great beauties of the bush and the use of the camera to record them. A hearty vote of thanks to Mr Relph for his splendid lecture, and to Mr H. Searle who so ably managed the lantern, was carried with acclamation, on the proposal of Mr F. O. W. Sambell and seconded by Captain A. Holdsworth. The club will meet next Tuesday to hold a debate, the subject being "...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 July 1907

THEY WEHE THUMPERS. Two men met and adjoirned to a neigh* bouring saloon to talk of old acquain* tance. In answer to inquiries aa to th« different members of his family, one mas i»i I : " My eldest girl thumps the piano.' " And lier sister ;" " Slie thumps tho washboard." " But your wife ?" " She thumps me." PRINTING, &c. Oiders for printing of all desertp tions, artistic and commercial, may be left at 15 Edsall Street, Malvern Estimates given Rosmanum removes all hair troubles. See page 2.-Advt. FACTS IN_ FITZROY. The Proof by Others Tests The Case of Hr. G. J. FIELD. (By a 'Melbourne Kepuler ) In the sunshine of his own happiness who is there that docs not feel for thc miseries of others? "It is then," sait» Mr. George James Field, of No. 46 Athortou-stroet, Fitzroy, " that 'we should bo most sympathetic, and now that my days arc so much brighter than they were twelve years ago, 1 must try to make other people's the same." " Is it so long as that since rou made the recover...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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YANFEE YARNS. WAITED FOR AN ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 July 1907

ÏAXI-'F.E YARNS. - o I WU FED FOB AN" ANSWER. There was n lon i rin- at Mrs. Hlank's <ioor-l>ell iMi^ e\en.ng last week. The one domestic lim) .:011c* up to ii or room but came down ami .?>i>>rn.->i the dour. It nu a messenger boy, and he brought ? note to Mrs. Lil an». "Tell liim to wait until I çoe if there is any answer," said Mi s Blank over the balus ter. The f»ir! ¡inn Jed the nota to her mistress »n i went t i llT ro ,m in the back part of (iie house, l.-'iirinii the lady to answer the Dole ami di-u.las the tny. Tua note waa from Mr. Blank. It ran thus : - (tn/') WT" rerontty married}-A customer o( tin- li'-U'.i 11 ni ' t.iv ind has asked 111? f> ir» to th.-ilii air- « i'll I [ uni nut I*- hon:» ti'! lau, b'jl du nut s't u|> ur u-ti uuciiaV. Hurriedly. " Y O Liv OWN TOM. Mrs. BUnk sat a Ions time with the nets in lier linn.I, tr_ inq tn analyze lier feelings. Sile was dis.iup.iintad. lonely, a trifle jeal 011?, an l »oinvwhet distrustful. Thia ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 July 1907

We direct the attention of our readers to the advertisement of Mr John Rosier, of the Orthopaedic Institute, 246 Swanston Street, Mel bourne, and which is published else where. Mr Rosier is a specialist in all matters appertaining to the feet and their treatment, and has been favoured with vice-regal patronage. He will be pleased to attend to the needs of any requiring his services at the above address. Under the auspices of the Toorak i Tramway Library, a concert and bioscope entertainment will be held in the Empire Hall, Chapel street, on Thursday, August ist, 1907, in aid of the library funds. A good programme will be rendered on the I occasion. I 'L^SEFD COMPOUND-' The 'Stockport Remedy for coughs and colds Of 40 years' provea efficacy. Teacher-How many bones have you in your body, Jimmy ? Jimmy-Five hundred and nine: Teacher-But the other pupils have not so many. Jimmy-Well« they ain't had fish for dinner, like me. " You bad boy, you have made a grease spot on the new sofa with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

FLOBIMNE !-FOB THE TEETH ANO BREATH.-A few drops of the liquid " Flori line " sprinkled apon a «et tooth brash produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses the teeth, from all parasites or im parities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness, and a delightful fragrance to tba breath, lt removes all unpleasant odour arising from decayed teeth or tobacco smoke. " The Fragrant FJoriline " being composed in parts of Honey and sweet herbs, is delicióos to the taste, and the greatest toilet discovery of the aga. Of all, Chemists and Perfumers. Wholesale depots, 33, Farringdon road. London, England. CQAQUL INE, KL.INX, TEN*. SITINE. Cernants tor broken and other arsines, Bâ-TO SOAP For Medical.Toilet, and Nursery use A. TILLEY, South Tarra

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Headache, Indigestion and Constipation. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

Headache, Indigestion and Constipation. îàN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. It will interest sufferers to know, that a valuable medicine, called Froo toids, has been discovered, which is now completely curing each of tile 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. Ton do not require to go on taking them for a prolonged period, as is necessary, with some medicines, which even then axe mostly disappointing; you simply take a dose of Frootoids when Ul 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 once by...

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Christian Endeavour Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

Christian Endeavour Concerti ¡ On Tuesday evening there was a splendid attendance afrthe Punt Road Methodist schoolroom, when a concert, under the auspices of the Christian Endeavour Society, was given. For some 25 years, singers from the Sunday school have visited the Alfred Hospital on Sunday after noons to sing to the patients, and convey floral tributes to them, much to the pleasure of the inmates. The organette used ¿or the purpose having become too weather beaten for further service, the proceeds of the concert are to be devoted to the purchase of a new instrument. The ladies and gentlemen who gave the programme were all visitors from another suburb, and were kindly induced by Mr. Trevena to give their services on the occasion. The programme was a diversified one. Mr T. Trevena was heard to advantage in " Queen of Angels " (illustrated) and "The Windmill." Miss Edith Cox's rendering of " Angus Macdonald " (illustrated) was heartily applauded, and Miss May Carter also pleased t...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PELLS. Mash watchfulness mast be exercised at all times, and the earliest evidences of ill health most be imme diately checked, or a slight illness may result ina serious malady. Relaxed and sore throat, diphtheria, quinsy, coughs, chronic cough, bronchitis, and most other pulmonary affections will be relieved by tabbing this cooling Ointment into the skin as near as practicable to the seat of mischief. This treatment, so simple and effective, is admirably adapted for the removal of the diseases daring infancy and youth. Old asthmatic invalids will derive marvellous relief from the ase of Holloway's remedies, which have brought round many aach sufferers, and re-established health after avery other means bad signally failed. .LINSEED COMPOUND.' *« coughs and colds. Of proven efficacy for Bronchial irritation.

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Charitable Councillors. A ST. KILDA INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

Charitable Councillors. A ST. KILDA INCIDENT. On Monday evening last the St. Balda council received a communi cation from Mr A. Lind, hon. secre tary of Court Good Intent, asking for the council's patronage to a ball. A letter was also received from Mr F. Stephens, hon. secretary, solicit ing the council's patronage to a charity concert on behalf of the widow and five children of the late J. F. Finlay. A resolution was moved that both applications be acceded to. Cr Stedeford rose to i object. He said the applications should be treated separately, as one was for a charity concert on behalf of a widow and family. Cr Billson considered that Cr Stedeford was raising unnecessary objections, and the latter, taking exception to the comment made, said to Cr Billson,"If you give a sovereign towards the 'widow's concert I will give one." Cr Billson replied with a smile. Then said Cr Stedeford, " If you give one sovereign I will give two*' (with em phasis on the two.) " Here yon are," said Cr ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

LWSEEQCQMPOUMD, °f fo years provan effioacy. for coughs, colds, and difficulty of breathing.

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Fourth Ward Movement in St. Kilda. PETITION FROM RATEPAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

Fourth Ward Movement in St. Kilda. PETITION PROM RATE PAYERS. At the meeting of the St. Kilda council on Monday evening last a petition was received from Mr Victor Lemme and fifty other ratepayers, asking the connoil to take into seri ous consideration the question of having the city re-subdivided into four wards. The petition stated that at present the population of the three wards now in existence was unequally divided, and much dissatisfaction had been shown in consequence in certain parts of the city. Cr Stedcford said he had already indicated some months back that he intended to move in the direction of having a fourth ward created. It waB on the understanding, however, that the Government land at Elwood was subdivided and sold. Mr Bent had made a promise that this would be done. Cr Hughes said the petition re quired consideration, and moved that it be referred to the public works committee and made an order of the day for next meeting. Cr Connibere said if he were again i retu...

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St. Martin's Yoong Men's Club [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

St. Martin's Yoong Men's Club At St. Martin's Young Men's Club weekly meeting on Tuesday evening last, the president, Rev. J. S. Hart, presided, and there was a good attendance of members and friends. The subject for the evening was a debate as to whether the liquor traffic should be under the control of the Government. The speakers on the affirmative side were Messrs Allen, Ruffle, Hutchens and Gibbons ; and those who spoke on the negative side were Messrs Collins, Dowrick, Mitchell and Ward. After a very interesting debate the judges, Messrs Ashton and Fraser, awarded the victory to the supporters of Govern ment control. During the evening refreshments were served and a pleasant evening spent.

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Prahran City Band. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

I Prahran City Band. j I ?-* -?- I ANNUAL MEETING. I i The annual meering in connection i with the above band took place in I the band room on Friday evening, j 12th inst., the President, Mr james Doeg, occupying the chair. The report and balance-sheet, which were of a satisfactory nature, were read and adopted. Mr R. Brown was elected Presi dent for the ensuing year. Mr Brown has for some years past taken a deep interest in the welfare of the band. He is an estimable Prahran citizen, and in every way worthy of the honor that has been conferred upon him. Other office-bearers were elected as follows vice-Presidents, Mr G. Wakeman, Mr R. Ambler, Mr G. Carter, Mr E. Jones, and Cr A. Nathan. Citizens' committee, Mr F. Wood Ward, Mr W. iätewart, Mr F. Garson, and Mr J, Thomson. Hon. secretary, Mr F. A. Gray. Assistant secretary, Mr W. Darby. Treaaurer, Mr James Doeg. NEW UNIFORMS. It was decided to purchase new uniforms, and designs are to be asked for, and plaoed before the band in the ...

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Mission Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

Mission Demonstration. | -.- i ! ~ The annual home mission demon stration in connection with the Prahran Methodist Churches will be held from to-morrow (Sunday) to Thursday, 25th inst. The deputation consists of the Rev. Major Holden, B.A., and Sister Madge, and in the various Methodist Churches special sermons will be preaohed dealing with the home mission cause. On Monday and j Tuesday evenings Major Holden will lecture at Mount Erica and Pant Eoad respectively, on "Thrilling Experiences of Home Mission En terprise," the meetings to begin at 8 o'clock. Sister Madge will also conduct services at Millswyn street, Union street, Commercial road and Toorak, on Monday, Tuesday, Wed nesday and Thursday evenings re spectively, and will deal with home mission enterprise also. Ail meet ings commence at 8 o'clock, and a collection will be taken up at each place for the home mission cause. The choirs will render speoial music at each place and interesting meetings are promised.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

.LINSEED COMPOUND Trad. Mark of Kay'« Compound Essence of. Tilnsfd, for coughs and colds. Nail this fact to your head. Ros mariam cures dandruff, and stops hair falling out. Se* page 2.-Advt.

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Malvern Lodge, G.U.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

Malvern Lodge, G.U.O.O.F. The twentieth anniversary of the Malvern branch of the G.U.O.O.F. was held on Tuesday evening, July geh, in the Malvern Town Hall, when about 80 couples were present and an enjoyable evening spent. Re freshments were served in the supper room and also in the rooms upstairs. Excellent music was provided by Anderson's G.U.O.O.F. Hand. Bro G. Cathie ably officiated as M.C, During the evening presentations, suitably engraved, were made to Bros. G. Baxter and T. Cathie by the Noble Grand of the lodge (Bro. J. C. Boynton) for services rendered. The stage was tastefully decorated with pot plants and flags, and the hal! was also prettily decorated. Ex cellent songs were rendered by Miss Mabel Kendall and Mr Will Sandoe. The secretary, Bro. T. W. Kendall, must be congratulated on having arranged such an enjoyable evening, which was said to be one of the best ever held by the lodge.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

 G BAOT) SPECULATION, in these days of financial unrest, ia a rare thing for people with spare capital to come across. It is, therefore, refreshing to know (hat in purchasing a box of Holloway's Pitta, good Taine for money can be obtained. They never fail to give instant relief from pain, and no disease can long with stand their purifying influence. A few appropriate doses at the proper period will prevent many a serions illness. Their primary action is upon the blooi, stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. Their secondary action strengthens the nervous centres. No drag can be so harmless yet BO antagonistic to disorders caused by brain worry. The most perfect reliance may be placed upon their regulating and renovating virtues. Ll NSEED COMPOUND-' The 'Stockport Remedy for coughs and colds Of 40 years' provea efficacy. You will make a " Fair Decision " if you decide to buy a bottle of Rosmarium this month. See page 2. -(Advt.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

"The Result of Having a Good Name." J. C. HUTTON respectfully requests the Public when purchasing; his " PINEAPPLE BRAND " Bacon to see that it is branded with hts name and trade mark, as unscrupulous traders- are continually selling- cheaper brands of Bacon as HUTTON'S. A WIFE WANTED her husDand to S° to Shoddy for a Cheap Suit. "No," said he, " the Prahran Tailor for me." Besult-Wife pleased ; ordered a Costume ; sent her friends. The latest Advices, Fashions, &c, monthly, NOTICENEWADDRE8S WILLIAM TRIGG. Th° p»hT 224 MAXVKRJ* IOÂH, One door from Chapel Street, Prahran. Established 23 years at Commercial Road, near Market. Tell Everybody. Keep this for Reference Premiers 190T-The Prahran Tailor $ St. Kilda F C

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South Yarra Trades Club. INVITATION DANCE BY THE PRESIDENT (MR W. HARDMAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

South Yarra Trades Club. INVITATION DANCE BY THE PRESI DENT (MB W. HARDMAN.) At the invitation of Mr W. Hard man, President of the South Yarra Trades Club, and Mrs Hardman, a large company of ladies and gentle men assembled in the Empire Hall, Chapel street, on Wednesday even ing last, when a most enjoyable cinderella dance was held: Amongst those present were His Worehip the Mayor (Cr W. Flintoft), Hon. Thos. Luxton M.L.C., Crs Nicolson and Dobson, and many other representa tive citizens. There were altogether some 150 guests present. The hall looked particularly attractive for the occasion, with its pretty decorations and excellent lighting. An appro priate programme of dances was gone through, and some very artistic costumes were worn by the ladies. The refreshments, by Mr Holder, were excellent, and the music, by McIntosh's band, gave speoial satis faction. The duties of master of ceremonies were kindly undertaken by Mr Alex. Miller. During the evening Mayor Flin toft, in a happ...

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