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

AU Sporting Requisites AND Football Material j. K. SMITH, The Sports Emporium, 136 Elizabeth ßtreet : MELBOUKJVE . Catalogue of Sporting Bequiskes free any address. LINSEED COMPOUND.* for cough« and colds. Eases Asthma and re leves breathing. KEATINGS LOZENGES CORE THE WORST COUCH Soft í» TIBÍ iverywfiífí. I LINSEED COMPOUND.' *» coughs asa colds. Gives immédiate relief in bronchitis, ftc. The Prahran council meets on Monday evening next. Sweaty scalps breed dandruff Rosmorium kills it. A fine hairdress I ing. See page 2.-Advt.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AU Saints', St. Kilda. GREGORY MEMORIAL HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

AU Saints', St. Kilda. -* GREGORY MEMORIAL HALL. lae third concert ia aid of the funds of the above hail will be given ia All Saints' school-room on Thurs day evening next by the members of the Girls' Friendly Society. A good programme has been arranged, the society being assisted for the occasion by Miss Amelia Banks, Miss Eliza beth Freebody, and Mons. Coiffie. The evening's entertainment should prove very enjoyable.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
USE FOR HIS STRENGTH. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

USE FOR HIS STRENGTH. . _A_:_ T A goad story is told by a theatri cal manager, which will be appreciat ed by all who have salier ed incon venience (rom the defective rolling stock on branch railway ¡ines. In his early days the'manager pilot ed a sort of variety, show through the country. "At that time.'" he says, ''1 was starring an Italian as 'Biandalli, the Strong Mau from Rome.' One day I was travelling from a small town in Northumberland to a smaller town just across the border. Thc strong mau and myself were seated opposite a tall maa with side whis kers. Whether the. man overheard our conversation. X am unable to say : but when wc had go/is a mflfe or two he leaned over and tapped my, companion un the shoulder, saying, 'Excuse ute, sir, but are you sot Biancialli. thc Strong Man?' "Biancilli admitted the soft im peachment. ?.. 'Is it true that you can lift two and a half lons in harness ?'. *. 'Yes.' .? 'Can you hold two men at arm's length ?" " 'I can.' " 'And put up five hun...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CLOCK-COLLECTING SULTAN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

A CLOCK-COLLECTING SULTAN. _. A_._ -T The Sultan of Zanzibar became ac tually ruling Sovereign of Zanzibar last year, prior to which the role ot monarch was filled, as far as the duties accruing to the post are con cerned, by an Englishman in the Em ploy of the Dritish Foreign Office. The Sultan was educated at Har row, and so is somewhat Knglish it his ideas, anti ho was married at 13. The Palace al Zanzibar is au extra ordinary place, containing an '"otla podrida" of Knglish. Continental and Arabic furniture of all ages alic all shapes and sizes jumbled up any how, for the Sultan has travelled a good deal, and buys any item O' furniture which strikes his fancy quite regardless of the fact, that it may not harmonise with that already in his possession. One of his hobbies is collecting clocks, and in a rooim at the palace may be seen seventy-two. all ticking away merrily. Mc is a brilliant rifle shot, and is ratho proud of a feat he once performed viz., killing seventeen stags at fu...

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

DON'T (JOUI;H.-Relief can be obtained immediately. Use HEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES"-well known as the utterly unrivalled Cough Remedy. Strongly recom mended by man; eminent physicians. They at once cb-jck the cough and remove the cause-without any after effect ; the most delicate eau therefore take them. One Lozenge alone gives ease-one or two at bedtime ensures rest. BoM everywhere in tins 114id each. ,-LINUM CATHARTICS PILLS'. °* Mountain Flax. An Agreeable Aperient. Worth a trial. The " Bath of the Nymphs " was no more delightful than yours will be with R osman um on your bald head. See page 2.-(Advt.)

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. Monday, July 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. Monday, July 15th. I Present-Mayor Gibbs, and Ors Barnet, Hughes, f!onnibere, Stedeford, Pittard, Billson and O'Donnell. ! lolXT STRKET LIGHTING. The Town Cierk of Prahran wrote! in regard to the proposed joint light-j 1QR ol certain parts of Wellington i s1.rtet, that the cost to each council! would be ¿"33 18=; per annum. Tbs j propesa! was to erect three name arc ¡amps. On the motion of Cr Stedeford, saconded bv Cr Pittar 3, the matter was referred to the public works co'nmittee for consideration. FÜOSCOPE 1'ICTURES. A communication was received from the Chief Secretary's office, asking ttie council not io allow a bioscope picture of a recent sensa t onal crime to be exhibited at the Town Hall. The Mayor stated that he had given instructions not to allow the exhibition of the picture referred to. In regard to the same matter the Holy Tiinity Church branch of the Mothers' Union wrote-" We wish to express our appreciation of the prompt action of t...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Proposed Malvern Bowling Club. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

Proposed Malvern Bowling Glob. At the Malvern council on Monday a letter was received from tbe chairman of the provisional com mittee of the proposed bowling club, East Malvern, forwarding plan of suggested courts on the Dandenong road tree reserve. Relative to this matter thc town of Caulfield also wrote, suggesting a conference with respect to same, and that Malvern appoint three repre sentatives to the conference. On the motion of Cr Carroll, the suggestion of the Caulfield Council was agreed to, and Mayor Edgar, and Crs Cameron and Wilson were appointed representatives from Malvern.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. St. Kilda. South Ward Contest. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. St. Kilda. South Ward Contest. A thoroughly representative meet ing of ratepayers was held on Friday evening, 12th inst., to make prelimi nary arrangements for the candida ture of Cr G. Con ni bare, who is offering himself for re-election as one of the representatives of the south ward. Mr D. Wheeler was in the chair, and the proceedings through out were most enthusiastic. Cr Connibere, during the course of a short address, said it gave him very sincere pleasure to accede to the strong wish expressed by a number of ratepayers to allow him self to be ngain nominated for the south ward. The high esteem in which the can didate is held was shawn by the pressnce of the Mayor, Crs O'Don nell and Barnet, and ex Cr Stringer, who emphasised most strongly the ¡ramease services rendered by Cr Connibere to the city, and expressing their strong desire that the council should still have the benefit of his able judgment and wise counsel. On the moton of Mr J. Davie, seconded b...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

Presentation. At the Prahran Cookery Centre ( Hornby street State school) yester day afternoon, Miss Higgs, who has had charge of the cookery centre for some seven years past, was presented with a nicely framed illuminated address by the diners on the occasion of her relinquishing her duties at Prahran for a time to take charge of the Castlemaine Cookery Centre. Mr J. E. Fraser, who made the presenta tion on behalf of the diners, referred to the high esteem in which Miss Higgs was held, and trusted that the presentation would serve in some slight manner to convey to her their thanks for the many kindnesses which they had received from her, together with their hearty apprecia tion of the dinners which had been prepared under her capable super vision. Miss Higgs was also congratulated on the excellent service she had rendered in having instructed so many school girls in the art of cooking. Mr C. R. Wood briefly returned thanks on Miss Higgs' behalf.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Prahran v. West Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

Prahran v. West Melbourne. Prahran opened the second round of Association games last Saturday, when they were at home to West Melbourne. The ground was greasy, nevertheless the football shown on the whole was good, no side can rightly claim superiority over the other, except in hand ball passing and open style of play, where West scored their victory, Prahran erring in crowding the ball. The general verdict on the day's play will, I think, be as above. The game was played on the whole as football should be played, in a friendly spirit. Of course instances of unfair tactics creep into the best of them, but as good a game as has been played in Toorak park was witnessed by those who were not led away by counter attrac tions. One man stands out very markedly from all the others on the ground on Saturday last, and that is Carden on the half-back line for Prahran, whose very fine marking and play told much against West, he never made a mistake, beating all his opponents, who agree that th...

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

TnROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOAKSEKESB. All suffering from irritation of tho throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by the ase of " Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famouB " lozenges " are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country. People troubled with a " harlring cough," a " slight cold,'' or bronchial affections, cannot try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic aftections. See that the Signatare of John I. Brown 4 Son is on every wrapper.-Prepared by John I. Brown & Son, Boston, 0.8.À. European depot, SS. Farringdon road, Lon don, England. CLARKE'S B.41. PILLS. A Warranted Cure foi til Acquired or Constitutional Discharges from the TTrmary Organs, in either ter. Thea famous Fills abb corn Orot), Pams In the Back, and al) Kidney Disorden, free tran mercury. Forty yeans' snoceaa. Said by all OtemWa ana BtudEMpeta ttuooghoat til* voca.

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Auction Sales. PRAHRAN AND MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

I Auction Sales. j ! J PRAHRAN AND MALVERN, j Messrs Charles Forrester and Co., of 15 Queen-street, on Monday next, at II o'clock, on the ground, will sell block of land and handsome commo dious two storey residence, known as " Walla Walla," at the corner of Finch and Kerferd streets, Malvern. Messrs Charles Forrester and Co., 15 Queen-street, in conjunction with Messrs A. S. Dennis and Co., of 475 Collins-street, hold an important sale of central shop property in Prahran, at their rooms, 15 Queen st, on Tues day next, 23rd instant. Two blocks of land will be offered for sale, on which is erected the three-story brick buildingoccupied by Hordern's furniture warehouse, and two shops fronting Chapel street, and a brick 1 two-storey shop in High-street. The ' attention of business raen and Laves- j tors~is particularly drawn to the ex cellent position of the property. The sale will take place at 12 o'clock. Further particulars will be found in our advertisement colutns.

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Wednesday League Match. PRAHRAN V. FOOTSCRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

Wednesday League Match. PRAHRAN V. FOOTSCRAY. The Wednesday afternoon match between the above clubs at Toorak proved an enjoyable game, as it was free and open, and played in an ex cellent spirit. The visitors were out classed, but at times they showed up very well. In the second quarter they gave an exhibition of passing that was remarkable. From man to man, right from the Prahran posts, and right through their own, they, by a succession of kicks, took the ball, and the goal was well deserved. Prahran won the game really in the first quarter, when they scored 5.4 to 1.0. After that it was a fairly even game, the results being as follows for tue quarters :-2.2, i.r ; third quar ter, 0.2, 1.2 ; last quarter, 3.4, 3.2 ; final-Prahran, 10.12, Footscray, 6.5. A special word is due to umpire Nugent". : It-was the best exhibition we have seen this season locally, either in League or Association Matches. Nugent was prompt, ab solutely fair, quick, saw little trioks on both side*, and at ou...

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Prahran Ladies' Benevolent Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

Prahran Ladies' Benevolent j Society. The committee of the Prahran, South Yarra and Toorak Ladies" Benevolent Society report having relieved 110 cases weekly during the fortnight ending 11th July. The cases numbered 138 adults and 159 children. The adults com - prised 54 widows, 8 deserted wives, 23 married couples, 9 aged and single in dividuals, and 16 wives whose husbands are away. The expenditure for the fortnight was £30 8s Od. Assistance in clothing may be sent to ' Airlie,' Lara street, South Yarra, and in money to the Hon. Treasurer, ' Kavensbnrg,' Dande nong road, Armadale, or the Hon. Secretary, ' Ellerton,' Lansel road. Toorak. Daring the past fortnight 71 visits to cases of illness amongst the poor were paid by Naree Smith.

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Rifle Shooting. THE KOLAPORE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

Rifle Shooting THE KOLAPORE CUP. During the past week the match for the Kolapore Cup was fired *t the National Riñe Association at present in progress at Bisley, England. The result was that the English and Australian teams tied for the covet ed trophy, each scoring 778 points. The cup, according to the mles, therefore goes to the English team, owing to its having made the highest score at the longest range-600 yards. The difference at this range was two points. The Australians gained the colonial prize of £&o, which is given to the team, exclusive of the Mother Country, that makes the highest score in the match. Amongst the Australians who shot in th* matoh was Mr C. H. Candy, of Prahran, who scored 97, the highest individual Australian score was 100, Mr J. Searls, another Viotorian who was in the team, made 98. The Australians, while they did not succeed in bringing the Kolapore Cup back to their native soil, are to be congratulated on the splendid performance they put up....

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

PRINTING, &c. Others for printing of all descrip tions, artistic and commercial, may be left at 15 EJsall Street, Malvern Estimates given A STORY FOR WEARY /\i\rp Downcast Sufferers. The Case of Mrs. C. RUSSELL. (Bj> a Melhourtu Rrpuvier.) This is just tho story that many a weary and downcast mortal will reiisfa reading, for itt it contaius tho very in formation which should inspire that de liro us thrill of hope which Mrs. Char lone Russell felt when sh« read some thing similar on the occasion in refer ence to which a conversation took place nt lier residence. 67 Buckley-street, Foo tic ruy. To our representative Mrs Russell remarked : - " Fer years I liad l een niling from various distressing complaints, and 1 ;\;is .singularly unfortunate iii not being ahlu lo get anything to do me good." " Where did you seek youl remedies:-'' interrupted thc reporter. " Front what I then considered the best sources-the doctors " was the re ply. " But what a sorry mistake I made! Why. ...

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GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

GENERAL INFORMATION. -* California has forty, CrLLncsr- tem ples. Th" atlantic Ocean is crossed monthly l>\ 1 "nu ships. IVopli1 « lw st^ll newspaper? in the fUirls of Moscow are compelled to wear uniioriii. \hoiit .ei'.i..Hi") in poid is now .oui.ald in Uic teeth o; peopl ? in lin' w..rl.l. Th.. S .¡itali of Türkei has :.n . mer ah! "f raíais .set in tin- handle. ol' il (iii LT LT. ' I'. l'rai:.-. has more Mian a i|uan r ol' i million I'lirrn r-pnri'inis trained for ns,- m 11 : * i. ? ol uar. Sine tin- h.'trinnirnr of the sixte.nih reut ui\ S;.ain has lost ti. ati.v Toil vv ar-i.-I- l.>. shipwreck. lt take- il;.- tusks oi 70. HIM. ele phants a war to suppl.i the world's piano-keys. I.iliiard-balls, and knife hajidles. Th.' unrii'.'. lencth ol' life is v i paler in Norwin than in an> other conn I r\ on the izlohe. This is at iriluited to th.- fact (.hat thc tempérât tire is I'.iiil and uniform throughout tho \ ear. \ hurricane holds the best tirue r. . ord for mv mile, cove...

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WHEN MARK TWAIN USED-PROFANE LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

WHEN MARK TW/MN USEDéPRQ* FANE LANGUAGE. -A Mark Tivíiin gives in ÜÉT'- "South Aim i n an li.-view" the following en 1 :i 1111 : > ir account ol' how his wife lound out Iii-- natural propensity to use Mmi- mu lo say profane lang' lat:'- - Ml t liroecrli the first ter» years of ii> ! i 'ii ' i i ?<! lue 1 kept a constant mi I disci,.-: walch upon my tongue "Hil'- m iii' house, and wurt outside ami m n ii i -t »i i ici ? when circumstances wei ?? li"> i null for nie. anil 1 Was illilleeri In M .'li relief. I |iri7i'll luv «'l . - i ' ??!" ' I anil approx al .il.ove all I1'' I ' " i "' ''I'' llUlliail lilee's I,'Spell ' I a "i-..- al I dread, d i li" 'lin . ? ' .' - h.ll.I discover tl-.-: I was life p, . I lal Ile I. ill.ol :i thu :. Mung HUI of t: . \ ?. Hurd shir; wa . - . I- I-- 'ml toilless. M ark I \ I . ? ! -' i-.ii'Jii < ned 111 '. t.ni.i i. I m- ' . . ami let imsell e., ,,, ? i i a . . rai ra-. In the innis ol I .'-.ii ? ? a ' assault m> ex ,. ...

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Malvern Council. Monday, July 15th, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 July 1907

Maliern GoaneiL Monday, July 15th, 1907. Present-Mayor Edgar(chairman), and CES Weller, Cameron, Parslow, Cornwall, Ellis Lewis, Dunlop, Wilson, Holmes and Carroll. J LEAVE OF ABSENCE. Cr Knox wrote applying for one month's leave of absence, which was granted. HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. A letter was received frotp Mr W. Page and others requesting that a public meeting be called for the purpose of forming a horticultural society.-The letter was received and the matter left in the hands of the Mayor. EASTERN RECREATION RESERVE. The Department of Lands wrote notifying that the council had been appointed a committee of manage ment of the eastern recreation reserve. | PROPOSED KEW-ST. KILDA TRAMWAY. Copies of resolutions arrived at by , the various municipalities interested in the proposed Kew-St. Kilda tram way, relative to same, were received from the City of Hawthorn. BUILDING TICKST BOUNDARIES. The Railway department wrote, in reply, forwarding a copy of the re ' vised plan showing build...

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

By special appointment to His EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. And patronised by SIB WILLIAM JERVOIS. ORTHOPAEDIC INSTITUTE. Tel 48SS Central Established 1868. JOHN ROSIER, KOOT SPECIALIST, CHIROPODIST and SURGICAL BOOTMAKER. PERFECT FEET PRESERVED in THEIR PBISTINK BEAUTY. CORNS, BUNIONS. INO MOWING TOE-NAILS, TELEPES. INVERTED TOES. (ONTKACIEn SINRWS, kc, and ALL MALFORMATIONS in CHILDKEN or ADULTS' FEET CURED or BELIEVED and HIDDEN. WALKING MADE A PLEASURE, INSTEAD of MIS RR Y and PAIN. ROSIER'S PEDENTIA for CHILBLAINS. ROSIKR'S PATENT NIOHT SUPPORTS for CHILDREN, INSTRUMENTS, &c, NOTA BEXA: GREAT TOKS STRAIGHTENED and BUNIONS reduced WITE1 SPK1 IALLY PATENTED BOOTS, admitting FREEDOM in WALKING in a FASHIONABLE BOOT, while PROCE8S of STRAIGHTENING the FEET IS GOING ON by Mr. John ROSIERS SPECIAL MAKE. 246 Swanston Street, Melbourne (Next Nunan Bros.). Rosmarium Hair Tonic. T)/M)mntiiiim contains, in the first place, all the properties J^USniäriUlIl of the old-fashioned but well-...

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