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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 July 1907

By special appointment to His AJjfiL^ And patronised by EXCELLENCY THI: GOVERNOR. 3pCsSE?X WILLIAM JERVOIS. ORTHOPAEDIC INSTITUTE. Tel 4SSS Central Established 1S68. JOHN ROSIER, KOOL SPKCIALIST, CHIROPODIST and SURGICAL BOOTMAKER. FKRI KCT FEET PRESERVED in THEIR PBISTINE BEAUTY. CORNS, BINIONS. IXUKOWING TOE-NAILS, TELEPES. INVERTED TOES ' ONTUACI Kl) SINKWS, kc. and ALL MALFORMATIONS in I'HlLlinKX or ADULTS' FEET CURED or RELIEVED and HIDDEN. WALKIN"'. MADE A PLEASURE, INSTEAD of MIs*RYand PAIN. HOSIER'S PEDENTIA for CHILBLAINS, lï 'MKR .; PA l KN r NIGHT SUPPORTS for CHILDREN, INSTRUMENTS, &c. XoTA BKS A . GR KA I" rOI-S STRAIGHTENED and BUNIONS reduced WITH SI'E IALT.Y I'ATEN'TK.t) BOOTS, admitting FREED'»M in WALKING in a FASHIONABLE FOOT, while PliOCESS of STKAIGHIENING the FEET IS HOING UN by Mr. John ROSIERS SPECIAL MAKE. 246 Swanston Street, Melbourne (Next Nunan Uros.). Bosmarium Hair Tonic. 17n0m«ii<iiim contains in the first place, all the properties ...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 July 1907

CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN (Nearly oppogite¡the Arcade) Begg to draw attention to a few ol his ¿pedal Remedies, which can be confidently recommended, having proved themselves to be highly effic&cions in the various ailments mentioned. CORK B4NE Red). F,,r rrnioving Hard or So.t Coras. This well-established preparation has been improved Oy the addition of an ingredient which assists materially in reducing the d;scooifurt usually occasioned by most cora cures. PRICE ls. per Bottle A ..'.>mpoun<l of Bismuth and Pepsine with Liver Stimulants and {Laxative! for Inii.-.'cstiou, Bilious, Liver and Stomach Complaints, Giddiness, Sick Headache, Flatulence, Heartburn, and all disorders arising from derangement o£ the'digestiTC organs. * ¡his preparation has been given with almost unfailing success in cases of Py«p.'l>sia. Chronic Gastric Catarrh, Gastric Irritation with sickness, and in those troublesome and difficult cases arising from sedentary habits, or f...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Standard SATURDAY, JULY 27TH, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 July 1907

The Standard SATURDAY, JULY 27TH, 1907. Cr and Mrs W. Denabam taft by the Macedonia on Tuesday last for a five months' trip to £Dgland. At the con clusion of the Prahran council meeting on Monday evening, Cr Densham was wished a pleasant voyage and safe re turn, bia health being proposed by Mayor Flintoft, and honored with en thusiasm by a company of councillors and citizens. Hr Fred. Chamberlin, Assistant Town derk of St. Kilda, has recently been enjoying a fortnight's holiday. Mr Chamberlin visited Sydney and Bris bane, and looks well after his trip. The return ball to His Worship the Mayor of Prahran (Cr Flintoft), takes piara on Tuesday, 6th August, and a good success is anticipated. The committee of the South Yarra Trades Club have decided to tender a retoña cinderella to the President and Mn Hardman on Wednesday evening, August 14th next, at the Empire Ball. Hr Bruce Drysdale's popular Monday evening concerts in the Prahran City Hall are meeting with continued and increasing s...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FUN AND FANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 July 1907

FUN AND VAN CY. A min ls not necessarily *b,e to R"v* tortee because he has conee-g>'OuDds ,n his cup. Facetious Customer: "Waiter, ,h"j sausages ouyht to be taxed. I hea,'* them bark !" Waiter (equal to the occa sion): "Oh, no, they oughtn't to air. They're not six months old yet I" From the French : " I should have got on very well in my last situation," said Francois, the new cook, if my master had not been a photographer." " What differ ence did that make?" "Why, he used to photograph the joints before they left the dining-room I* She-" Oh, no. Karry, I shan't sing at the \ ic.tr's to-night. I should fail, I know : I feel so .iv hilly dull and stupid." Ho "Oh, bosh, LiLei ! 1 don't notice any ilii'iertn-.&J' " I think ifs so stw.mge," said Chappie. "S!:,.'s ¿ii fully f.n<l ol dogs, but she hue anything to do with me." '" l ii.i! ii.ics seem ra1 lier codi adirtoiy,'1 P'U in Owners " liai pei haps she likes ta^ni yiown up.*' Win-i we consider that in the clay...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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New School in Malvern. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 July 1907

New School in Malvern. --+t~ Aa infant school has been com i menced next to the present building in Toorongs road. It will be about 8oft. x 125ft. over all. A special feature is a large drillroom (62 x 32) in the centre of the building, which opens on to two class-rooms. The exterior will be much after the style of the modern Queen Anne villa, having the present fashionable red tiled roof, relieved with a number of gables, and altogether will have an imposing appearance. Owing to the popularity of the head master (Mr Lewis) and his staff, a large number of children have come from other districts, and pupils have had to be refused during the whole of the present year. The contract price for the new building is £3,727, which does not, however, allow for fencing and extras, and Mr John Eadie is the builder. It is expected that the building will be ready for the re-open ing of the school early in the new year. The conveniences include lavatories and cloak rooms for both boys and girls, ...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Prahran v. Preston. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 July 1907

Prahran T. Preston. On a sloppy ground, the result of the heavy morning rain, the Prahran boys met Preston. The attendance was small, and what serves on the ground as seating accommodation being all wct, it meant standing to see the game. The gale that was blowing kept the the lion's share of the play at the raembei s reserve end. Prahran opened with the wind and scored 5 gls 10 bbs to nil, then against it they put 2 gls to 3 gls g bbs. With the wiod in the third term (when 1 Preston played the superior game) they added 3 gls 3 bhs 11 2 bhs. And in the lasr quarter against the wind they added 1 gi 4 bhs to 3 bhs, winning with a rr.argin of 5t points. Prahran were without, the services of Boyland and Swift, who both have sustained family bereavement, and Woods being absent, their win is even more creditable. Buisst was best man on the ground, next to him Carlson, whose marking and kicking for goals, of which he got three, being really fine. Ferguson played a sterling game, beating bi...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Southern Cross Lodge, Free Gardeners. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 August 1907

Southern Cross Lodge, Free Gardeners. The annual pound night of the Sou;hern Gross Lodge, Fiee Gar- Í deners, was held on (he 25'h ult., in the Dispensary Hail, Prahran. An excellent programme of songs, recita- j tions, &c, was'rendered by members of the Order and their friends. Pro fessor Allen, with his inimitable mimicry, brought the house down with roars of laughter, while his son, Master Allen, 9 years of age, won very hearty appreciation for his drum solos, which, for a boy of such tender years, were remarkably well rendered The toast of the Grand Lodge was proposed by Bro. Baxter and drunk with musical honors. In the absence of the Grand Master, Bro. Stocker (Grand Treasurer) suitably re sponded. Prahran Presbyterians beat Malvern Methodists by io gls 6 bhs to 3 g's 3 bhs. Burke and Wright followed well for the Presby's, and Farquhar and Parkinson played rattling football. Seamark was the best man on the ground, beinft most consistent on the forward line. Britttngham ...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
South Yarra Methodist Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 August 1907

South Yarra Methodist 1 Literary Society. { The above society held its usual fortnightly meeting last Monday evening, Mr E. Yandell officiating as chairman. There was a large number of ladies and gentlemen present. After the usual business had been finished the subject for the evening, an essay on " Australian Defence," by Captain J. K. Forsyth, was pro ceeded with. Captain Forsyth gave an interesting account of the defence of Australia, right from its earliest days to the present time ; he ad vocated that a system of compulsory training would be the most adequate method of defending Australia, as Australia was not in a position at present to maintain a large standing army or navy. Mr Miller moved, and Mr G. Shinkfisld seconded, a hearty vote of thanks to Captain Forsyth for his most instructive and ; entertaining paper, and the motion j was carried with applause. Members j are asked to remember that the next I meeting of the society on the 12th J inst, is a " Magazine Night," and j...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 August 1907

' LINUM CATHARTICUIH PILLS', rf Mountain Flax. An Agreeable Aperient. Worth a trial. You will make a " Fair Decision " if you decide to buy a bottle of Rosmariom this month. See page 2. -(Advt.) UNSEED COMPOUND.' for coughs and colds. Eases Aethma and re lieves breathing. Perfectly Smfe mad Mild, especially adapted Ar CHILDREN. Keating's Worm Tablets I A purdy vegetable wtliiifit, famishing 1 a rao*t»£reeabU method of ad ministering i tne only certain remedy for lotnttinalori Thread Worms. Sold Iii Tlna.hy «ll OrupgHts. fVoprietDr: THOMAS KEftTfflC, Landon..

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Cycling News. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 August 1907

Cycling News. ' The first big Victorian road event of the season, the Cycle Traders' 100 Miles Eoad Race, is set down for decision to-day. The event, which is for ^"130 worth of prizes (¿"50 first) has drawn a particularly fine entry of over 170 riders. The event is to be a handicap one, the limit being 35 minutes. From a casual glance at { the handicap, the back division ap- j pears weak, and the probabilities are I that some of the middle markers will j succeed in carrying off the event j which is to be held over a circular course, starting from North Essendon and finishing at the same place. The circuit is a particularly fast one, and given decent weather some very fast times should be recorded for the Century. Practically the same con ditions obtain as in the Dunlop Road Race from Warrnambool to Mel bourne. Machines are to be sealed to prevent changing. Single tube tyres are debarred, and no outside pacing allowed, The event, which is the first of its kind organised by the Victo...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Princess May Women's Tent, I. O. R., South Yarra. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 August 1907

Princess May Women's Tent, LO R., South Yana. The above tent held their usual fortnightly meeting on Wednesday evening, Mrs Muir, CR., occupying the chair. After the usual business was transacted, the item on the syllabus, a scone competition, was held. Bro. Marshall acted as judge, and awarded first prize to Sister Tonkin and second to Sister Muir. Afterwards the scones and other eatables were handed round, and, judging by the way the brethren and sisters enjoyed the sapper, gives ample proof of the difficult task of awarding the prizes, all being so excellently made. Bro. Marshall,in suitable words, presented the prizes, stating that out of the ten entries, he had great difficulty in judging which was the best. The first prize con sisted of a handsome butter and jam glass dish, and second half a dozen dessert plates.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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FALLON'S WINTER SALE. STARTS TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 August 1907

- 1 c FALLON'S WINTER 8ALE. ! STARTS TO-DAY. j To daj Fallon's annual winter Bale t of drapery commences. The firm an- ' nounce that the stock comprises the most magnificent assortment of goods ever offered to the public, at prices that in Borne instances are lees than the cost of production. Wa also note that phenomenal reductions are being made in every item, and that sensa tional sacrifices will be the order of the day in every department. Fal lon's drapery establishment is now j a very popular resort. The utmost ( courtesy and attention ts shown to customers, and there is no doubt that there will be a record sale at Fallon's Corner, noted as the champion of j cheapness, the address being 123-131 Chapel street, Prahran. Í

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Pride of the Yarra Tent, I. O. R. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 August 1907

Pride of the Yarra Tent, I.O.R. The above Tent, at their meeting held on Tuesday evening, 23rd July, spent a very enjoyable evening. The meeting was conducted by Bro. Trotman, CR., and after the Tent had been formally opened, two new members were initiated, and were welcomed by Bro. Milner as J.T. Visitors were present from Port Melbourne, South Melbourne, Albert Park and the local Women's Tent. , The meeting took the form of a social evening, refreshments being provided.

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The French Revolution. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 August 1907

h The French Revelation. - [-.- *¿-? The old, but interesting story of the French Revolution was thrillingly related to a very large audience at the Armadale Baptist 8ehool Hall on Tuesday last, by Dç^illiam Rock. The lecture, which 1k|| illustrated by excellent fimelight views, was divided into three parts. After reviewing the chaotic state of France prior to the revolution^ the lecturer led his bearers np to the storming of the Bastile, and from thence onward through all the stormy phases of this historic epoch. Views of many of the principal a:tors in the drama were exhibited and the characteristics of each explained. The advent of Napoleon into the scene and the sub sequent steps in his wonderful career were well described and illustrated by limelight views The lecturer, with great elocutionary effect, after dealing with the state of Europe, and of England ia particular, during the Napoleonic era, and of the statesman ship of Pitt, and the daring of Nelson, carried bis hearers t...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 August 1907

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINT MENT. Durine piercing winds and exces sive variations of temperature every one is more or less liable to internal and external disease. Throat, chest, liver, bowels, kidDeys and skin all saner in some degree, and may be relieved by rubbing in this Ointment, aided by proper doses of the Pills, for ad ministering which full directions accompany each box ; in truth, anyone «rho thoroughly masters Holloway's " instructions " will, in remedying disease, exchange the labour of an hour for the profit of a lifetime. AU bronchial, pulmonary and throat disorders require that the Ointment should be thoroughly well rubbed upon the skin twice a day with great regularity, considerable briskness, and much persistence. COAGULINE,KLINX, TENA* SITlNE. Cememsfor broken and other articles. " Mister," said an urchin to a gentleman who was driving a very poor horse the other day, " does y er want me to hold 'im ?" " No ; this horse won't run away." " I didn't mean lc hold 'im so...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 August 1907

CLARKE'S B.41. nus. A Warranted Cure foi all Acquired cr OumUtuHijual Discharges fran ti» Urinary Organ«, In cither «ex. Then tunóos Iñk alsb «ore GraTri, fama ia the Back, and an Kidney Disorder*. RM bom

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mr W. Witt, J. P. Retirement from Active Magisterial Work. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 August 1907

Mr W. Witt, J P. -+ Retirement from Active Magisterial Work. At the conclusion of the business at the Prahran Court on Monday last Mr W. Witt, J.P., rose and stated that he did not intend to offer himself for re-election as chairman of the bench at the annual meeting of j Justices of the Peace, which was to ! be held on the following Monday. Daring the last 50 years, be said, he had done a lot of work for the public. When, twenty-five years ago, he first settled in Prahran, it was his inten tion to devote himself exclusively to his own business affairs, but when it became known that he was a Justice, his time became greatly occupied with magisterial duties. He now considered that the time had arrived co relinquish his position and make way for others. Hence his reasons for not offering himself for re-election as chairman. He desired to acknow ledge the courtesy and consideration that had been extended to him by his colleagues, members of the Bar, and others daring his occupancy of a...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Headache, Indigestion and Constipation. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 August 1907

- Headache, Indigestion and Constipation. ' ( aN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. j It will interest sufferers to know that a valuable medicine, called Froo- ' toids, has been discovered, which is 1 now completely curing each of tte | above-named complaints. Frootoids . are elegant in appearance, and plea sant to take, and, what is of the ut- I most importance, are thoroughly reli- I able In affording quick relief. You i do not require to go on taking them for a prolonged period, as is necessary with some medicines, which even then 1 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 F...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Mr Witt's Record of Past Services. Public Testimonial Mooted. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 August 1907

MP Witt'a Reoopd of Past Services. Public Testimonial Mooted. The announcement of Mr Witt's intention to retire came as a surprise, especially as no prior information to that effect bad gained publicity. As an honorary Justice, Mr Witt has done splendid service in Prahran during the last quarter of a century. On no occasion can it be said that he shirked the duties that he had taken upon himself to perform. His magisterial work, it must be pointed out, did not begin and end by merely adjudicating on the bench. To all classes alike, Mr Witt's ser vices were always available, in the I unatter of signing summonses, visiting H\he police station at all hours of the day or night to sign bail bonds in connection with persons arrested and awaiting trial, in addition to a hundred and one other matters of a minor yet necessary character which fall to the lot of a Justice of the Peace who performs his duties faithfully and well, and of which matters the general public know little about. It all...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Presentations to the Re V. A. E. Gifford. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 3 August 1907

Presentations to the Re v. A. " E. Gifford. Last Sunday, 28th July, concluded the 3i years ministry ot Rev. A. E. ; ^Gin^dattfaeMaíyem Congregational Ï t^hnrch, when he preached eloquent sermons' to large congregations-at - II a.m. on the subject which bas formed ? the basis ol his - teaching 1 throughout his ministry, . 'The Fatherhood of God," and at 7 p.m. ' on .* Love," One special feature of a really exceptional ministry has been the wonderful hold he has had on the ' yoong people and men. numbers of whom have been brought into church membership, which has increased from just over 100 to 150 as a result ' of his few years' work. On Monday evening a farewell social was held in the lecture hall, at which there was barely standing room. During the evening, addresses of farewell were given by Revs. J. J. 1 Halley (chairman). Dr. Gosman, J. ' Rickards and Dr. Strong, also Hon. S. Mauger. Messrs Allan and Smalley, on behalf of the church, I presented Mr and Mrs Gifford with a Icabine...

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