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St. Kilda. Cr Connibere. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 August 1907
-"V- . I St. Kilda. J i Cr Connibe-e. i i The only contest in St. Kilda is in the South Ward, where Cr Connibere has opposition. Cr Connibere has always been a sturdy, straight-out champion of the rights of the rate payers, and no voice has ever been more strongly raised than his if there was the slightest attempt to infringe or curtail the privileges of the rate payers. In the matter of work, Cr Connibere has always been at his post, and we have had exceptional opportunities of judging as to his value in this respect. It is said against Cr Connibere that he is not just now living in the city. But this surely is a trifle when compared to the many excellent qualities he possesses as a councillor and public spirited man. He is a gentleman who not only can afford but gives the time required for this work. ; and to crown all he has very large interests in St. Kilda, being a large property owner. If good, solid useful work, and a record in trying to do what one can to advance the ward an...
South Yarra Anglers' Club. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 August 1907
Sooth Tan» Anglers' Club. The aboye club "'held their annual meeting at^heir roams -on Tuesday, the 6th inst., when there was a large muster of members present, who took a keen interest in the c nb's affairs. The annual report showed that 19 trophies for angling had been success fully competed for, as. well as the dub's championship, together with 8 trophies in the billiard tournament and other trophies. The balance sheet showed a very satisfactory state of affairs, the receipts for the season ending July 31st were £124/6/4; expenditure, ^113/7/2; the assets exceeding the liabilities by ¿"75/16/7, which speaks wall for a duo which has been in existence only two years. The club rooms are open to members *t any time they wish to attend, when members can have a game of billiards on one of Alcock's best tables, and exchange ideas and information on piscatorial matters in general. The tiembership roll is 60 ; the annual ubscription 10/- ; meetings are held -very Tuesday at 8 p m., when t...
Fire in Prahran. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 August 1907
Eire in Prahran. About 6 o'clock on Thursday evening last the printing establish ment of Mr T. Donaldson, of High street, Windsor, was found to be on fire, and the flames, spreading with rapidity, completely gutted the premLes. A large staff of firemen, with bose carts, engines and ladders, from local and metropolitan stations, were soon on the scene, and pre vented the fire spreading to the adjoining premises. Mr Donaldson . will be a heavy loser by the fire. Superintendent Bunn, of Windsor, was in charge of the operations of the brigades, and under bis guidance the men worked well. At a later, period Acting Chief Officer Lee arrived, and superintended the work until all danger of the conflagration spreading was passed. The Prahran council meeta on Monday evening next.
Address by Mr Brunt. THE REFORM CANDIDATE [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 August 1907
Address by Hr Brant. THE REFORM CANDIDATE Mr W. E. Brunt, who is contesting the Prahran Ward seat in the Prahran City Council, opened his campaign on Thursday evening, Sth August, at the corner of Greville and Perth streets, there being an attend ance of between 60 and 70. Mr Keate Hall acted as chairman, and pointed out that as the council would shortly be spending large sums of money, it was the duty of the rate payers to return men who would carefully supervise the expenditure Mr Brunt, who was cordially received, said he came out absolutely as a Reform candidate. He was for Reform first, Reform second, and Reform last. The auditors' report showed reform was badly needed in the council. PRAHRAN AMD MALVERN TRAMWAY. He was strongly in favour of the proposed tramway, and he blamed the Prahran council for the delay that had taken place in the construc tion of the line. A delay of three months had been incurred before the appointment of consulting engineers had been made. After givin...
Mr. Bangs. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 August 1907
Hr. Bangs. Mr S. Bang», who is contesting the Prahran Ward seat, has held several meetings during the past wetk, which have been well attended, and at which he has dealt very fully with municipal mattera. Mr Bangs will address the ratepayers in the Prahran Town Sall on Monday evening next, at 8 o'clock- During the time Mr ? angs occupied a seat in the Council he worked very hard in the interesta of the ratepayer», and did a consider able amount of work He is well up in municipal mattera, and during his term of office proved himself a very energetic and straightforward coun cillor. Mr Bangs' committee ia sparing no pains to secure the return of their candidate, and a great deal of personal canvassing has been done.
Mr Kelly. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 August 1907
Mr Kelly. During the past week Mr George Kelly, who is a candidate for the Sooth Yana ward, held two very successful meetings. On Tuesday evening at Wilson's Coffee Palace, Argo street, a well attended meeting was held. Mr Solomon presided. Also on Wednesday evening, a meet ing, at which there was a large attendance, was held at the Bush Inn r Hotel. The friends and supporters ot Mr Kelly are actively working to secure his re» urn Mr Kelly has I been a resident af the district for I some years, and is endowed with i business qualities that should prove ' useful to the municipality. An energetic body of workers is backing up Mr Kc ly's candidature, and there if a confident air amongst the sup porters generally.
South Yarra Ward. Cr. Williams. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 August 1907
Sooth Tana Ward. Cr. Williams. A meeting of friends and sup porters of Cr A. M. Williams was held at the office of Williams and Co., Toorak road, on Monday even i ing, when several gentlemen were 1 present. Mr Smith presided. It ! was decided that all present form 't themselves into a committee to secure - Cr Williams's retara, as one of the . representatives of the South Yarra ; Ward, at the election on Thursday s next. Daring the evening Cr , Williams made a short speech, in > whieh he dealt with municipal [ matters. During the seven years in . which be has represented the South Yarra Ward in the Prahran City r Council he has established quite a [ record attendance, only having been absent from one meeting during that ; period. Cr Williams has always ' carried out his duties in a con I scientioos manner, and has worked hard in the interests of the ratepayers. Having his place of business in a central position, he has always been available. Cr Williams's supporters * are confide...
South Gippsland Team visits St. Kilda. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 August 1907
Soath Gippsland Team visits St. Kilda. O;: Wc i.ies'ay !.nt J ; ea m of fo:'.'p.: : :- from b uiii Gipp-'.and , o : ;i \ ¡.-'.i to Sr. Kilda to try con co:icltr-:.-ri wi: ii the local ti ad es' ciL; -: ai:i. Many towi S cf Southern ! Gipps1 ic»l were repr&lt;.si.nred, inclad- '? ui"' Lc;-'1., TJ! o 1 catha. Outrim and Juiii':;u':r,H, Th s visitor?, who arrived . at Prince iii Ugo fay 'hi morning tai!-, ..-r,. met hy Me?sr^ Laxton; r :-d \\e-I >undd, on behalf cf the com ni::iee, and neoned to Parer's hotel from wit r-'- t he v- wee taken by -:r¡'£ « rrj St. Kilda and Toorak r> a'j.--, tl-ri.ugn Chapel and VVelling t' n - i ' :-. r.jun i the Explanarle to C.. I:- - aj : Ili.'h stree:*. St. Kilcîa, ' p.:l:;: u H.st Lictisay's Club :? ! ii¡¡ re thee Were welcomed by ' l'u í Fred J. I .rc ar.d Vice-pre- ' p'der.t? Wi:.tb ani Lindsay, who. duri' tr '&lt;h- c nr?e of their remarks, : ai h&lt;¡í.'i the terni would tnjoy | tiltil-.;;!'i s .'¡r:ti^ their hrief s...
Prahian v. Williamstown. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 August 1907
I 1 Praíran v. Williamstown, j I On iï.c diside ground rt: Wil'iams- i : v.l., . : Sa uuiay last, thc Prshran t&lt; .ii, tn;.^..¡ th« I >.a!s, anil if the .;::.T &lt; r ':. tx cp*eo', the game u .!> iii'' . \ k r. ... " to wilt til ami . ¡>! !> - . . I . t. «j -i i:i a friendly Styli'. 15-: . ' 1-- v.urc cr .pc out .I r.'- . i li uh) had lost v^Mii.^- : i ii !. ii;-. ?.!EO £ood rr.en away : nu: '. iii teams were fairly ! . : t : in stT'. nu h. Th- locals', ;. (i.-.- t...-i ".iii K'.a'.¡.in had the j vf - .1, ; i. : r ' \r.. i :.. i. nv lichter ; t':, . -, .m\ o lier. '1 he I i, . I .. -i-.: a t: :ii3v w.is the ¡ \ . . . ?'" -u. c: ti. o:i tin* forward | . - ? ii ? -.' s- ..!, will ii; die ite, ! : r. 'i i ..ii'.i;:; .i . ay cut in. gon! ! !? : 1. v. 'i V he i ^a s liad the ! rev ü i: ) ü'rat.s must the ? i u.i.b r : «...;-, s bi taken as an in- [ .'. , ;.; :.! tl tí \>'..i:. It Wis weil ; C"Iit'"-"î .i, Viii'i liiv ex "¡'lion of the' as: i¡'ijr. i. u h...
Headache, Indigestion and Constipation. AN IMPORTANT [?]SCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 August 1907
Headache, Indigestion and Constipation. IUI IMPORTANT «iTSCOYEEY* It will interior suuerers t-- know, that a valuable medicine, calle . Fr - - toids, has been discovered, w'ji"h is now completely erring each, jf tte above-named con;;)î^:_ts. Trcotoida are elegant tn appearance, au*I plea sant to take, and, what is of the ut most importance, arc thoro'n hiv reii able in affording quick rei'e.'. You do not require to go on tal: .,z t.ein for a prolonged i>eriod, ss is ne-o-isary, with some medicines, whicli even tl.ea are mostly disappointing; you simply take a dose of Frootoids when ¡ll and j repeat the dose if necessary, btu üeiie rally one dose is quite oflVciiw. Frooloids are immensely more vain able than an ordinary aperient, in so far that they not only act as aa f.pe ! rient, but do remove from the blood, tissues, and internal oi.::;as all the waste poisonous matter that i« clog ging them and choking tue channels that lead to and from 1 lieni. The bene ficial effects of Froo...
Princess Theatre. EDWIN GEACH'S HUMAN HEARTS COMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 August 1907
Princes* Theatre« EDWIN GEACH'S HUMAN 'M HEARTS COMEDY. Judging from Press comments! = -ß£ pal hos and comedy are s rongly in- -s^g termingled in the intense comedy ~3 drama, " Human Hearts," which will ^ be presented to night (Saturday) at the Princess Theatre, for a brief season only. Thü ¿cory of the wronged and upright Tom Logan, -'Js who, way back in the hills of Arkan sas, loves not wisely but tco well, - ^ which leads to bis undoing through the machinations of his wife and ber -' former lover, Frederick Armsdaie, í may be the old, old story, bat it is claimed to be unorthodox in concep tion. Through their false accusa tions Logan is cast into the mae!- : strom of life's currents, robbed of his mother's love and the care and upbringing of his little child. His eventual restitution to freedom from the prison which encompasses him, his search for his little one, and the final redemption of his wife as «he dies in his arms, are bul .. few of the intense incidents of tili» strongl...
ST. KILDA RIFLE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 August 1907
ST. KILDA RIFLE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the St. Kilda Rifle Club was held on Tues day, 6th inst., at the local Trades Club rooms. Apologies were received from the Son. \gar Wynne.M.H.R.. and Mr R G. Mccutcheon, M.L A., who were unable to attend, as Par liamentary duties claimed their attention first. The annual report and balance sheet were adopted on the motion of Mr H. Bunn, seconded by Mr J Vivian. The re-election of the Hon. Agar Wynne to the Presidency of the club met with warm approval, and the following gentlemen were elected vice-Presidents-His Worship the Mayor (Cr Harry B. Gibbs), Mr R. G. McCutcheon, M.L.A., Mr Arthur Apps, Mr N. H. Scoivn and Mr J Levi. Mr C. E. Short was elected captain, Mr J. King secretary, Mr G. Darling treasurer, and Mr R. Machin assistant secretary. Committee-Messrs H. Mills, J. Allen, A. Morgan, J. \4yers, J. Spottiswood, J. Le Griffon, C. Lee ¡ and J Phillips Handicapper, Mr Harry Bunn, who will nae a system of his own for the...
What Others Think of Us. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 August 1907
What Others Think of 0B. The Rev. E. G Gange, F.R.AS., who recently visited the colonies, contributes the following to the Baptist Times, which is reprinted in the current issue of the Southern Baptist-. ? ? Our English towns grew slowly, irregularly, without any definite plan, and the result is that not many of them are strikingly handsome. On the other band; no unprejudiced person can visit the principal cities of Australasia without being impressed with their beauty. Of course the colonists had the experi ence of the old world to fall back upon ; they could avoid our blunders and improve npon our excellences. One of the first things to attract the attention of the stranger is the width of all the principal thorough fares. The main street in Ballarat is 180 feet from kerb to kerb. Along the middle of the«e roads trees are planted, and there are rockeries covered with blooming flowers, foun tains of splashing water and statuary of no means order. On either side of ' this ornamental...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 August 1907
G. PLEASANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN (Nearly oppotitetbe Arcade) Begs to draw attention to a few of MB Special Remedies, which can be confidently recommended, havine proved themselres to be highly efficacious in the Tarions ailments mentioned. CORK BANE Re>d). For r»moTine ('»rd 0r So.t Coras. This well-established preparation has been improved by the addition of an ingredient which assists materially in reducing the discomfort UBually occasioned by taos' cora cares. PBIOS la. per Bottle - A compound of Bismath and Pepsine with Liver Stimulants and * Laxatives for Indigestion, Bilious, Liver and Stomach Complaints, Giddiness, Mck Headache, Flatulence, Heartburn, and all disorders arising from derangement of the.digestire organs. This preparation has been giren with almost unfailing success in cases of Pyapepsia, Chronic Gastric Catarrh. Gastric Irritation with sickness, and in those troublesome ami di fifi -ult ca*ea arising from sedentary habits, or from excesses of...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 August 1907
DEATH. TRIPP-On the 16th August, at the Alfred Hospital, Ernest Edmund, the dearly beloved seventh son of Robt. L. Tripp (builder), of 15 Clifton Street, Prahran. Aged 31 years. FUNERAL NOTICE. TRIPP-The friends of Mr. Robtrt L. &nbsp; Tripp (Builder) are respectfully in- vited to follow the remains of his beloved son. Ernest Edmund, to the place of inter- ment, the St. Kilda Cemetery. The funeral will leave 15 Clifton Street, Prahran, THIS DAY (Satnrday, 17th inst.), at 3 o'clock. RAYBOULD, Undertaker, Chapel street, Prahran. Tel 17, Windsor Ex.
South Tarra Methodist Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 August 1907
South Tarra Methodist Literary Society. The above Society held its usual meeting on Monday evening. The seating accommodation of the meet ing room was severely taxed, there being such a large number present. The subject for the evening was *' Magazine Night," the editor being Mr A. G Byrne. The contents of the magazine showed there was some considerable talent ia the Society. The subjects were very instructive and entertaining ; two of (hem, " Ye Olde English Tournament Up-to date " and .« Literary Societies I have visited," were very amusing. After the magazine had been read the sub jects were discussed ; one of them " The Church and the Masses " creating a very warm discussion. Mr Evans proposed and Mr Shink held seconded a vote of thanks to Mr Byrne for his services as editor. Mr Byrne, in responding, said that he was glad to be of some service to the Society. This was his last night with them for some time; he also thanked the contributors to the magazine for their papers Captai...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 August 1907
All Sporting Requisites &lt; AND ¡ Football Material ¡ J. K. SMITH, !( Tho Sports Emporium, 136 Elizabeth Street MELBOURNE . Catalogue of Sporting Requisites free any address. A STORY FOR WEARY Downcast Sufferers. The Case of Hrs. C. BUSSELL. (.By a Melbourne Reporter.} This is just tho story that many_ . weary and downcast mortal will relish reading, for in it contains the very in formation which should inspire that de liro-.Li thrill of hope which Mrs. Char-1 lou-.' Ïlussç-U felt when she read soma thing similar on thc occasion in refer I'UC-.' to winch a conversation took place .y... lier residence, 07 Buckley-street, l'¡:ot" !ny. To our representative Mrs ' Llii'-cil lomarkorl : j Ic;- years I had heen niling fro rf ; i ariou-> distressing com plaints, and I j i\as Mi-.^uiai-ly unfortunate in not being i able. '>. u anything to do mo. good." ' ". Whore did you seek youl 1 remedies:-1 ' interrupted the reporter, i " I-'ruin what I then considered the . fio-t source*...
The Standard SATURDAY, AUGUST 17TH, 1907. THE TARIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 August 1907
?Fte Stattdaró SATURDAY, AUGUST 17TH, 1S07. THE TARIFF. Australia has for a long time been || anxiously awaiting the new tariff, |¡j because it was felt that with its adop- ,J tion we were to have industrial peace, and that legislators would then have time to devote to the many important matters that demand immediate attention. Let it not be misunder stood, we believe thoroughly in pro tective duties to foster our national indrstries, but we venture to assert that very few people expeced to see such anomalies as the new tariff has produced. To go in for prohibition on a good many lines means an advantage to a few manufacturers, whilst on other lines a heavy duty has been put upon goods in common use, but which wi.l not be made in the Commonwea th for year , even if ever, the consequence being that the public will be penalised to an enormous extent. We, however, anucipa e that considerable adjust ments will bs maje, and that before the tariff leaves tbe House of Repie sentatives very...
Tree Planting in Malvern. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907
Tree Planting in Malvern. I - At the Malvern council meeting on Monday evening last, in connection with the public works committee's recommendation that orders be made for forming, channelling and metal ling Paxton street, Cr Cornwall sug gested that the motion should include the planting of trees and also tree guards. Cr Cameron said the question arose as to whether they should go in for the general beautification of areas by tree planting. Some time ago the curator had been asked to give his opinion on a general system of tree planting. Planting trees enhanced the value of property, and they ought to try and make it systematic. Cr Cornwall remarked that if trees were planted, the enhanced value they gave to property | would be greater than the cost of the trees. It was eventually decided to '. carry out the committee's recommen dation as proposed by the chairman, Cr Carroll, without any reference to tree planting, and that the matter of planting trees, be referred to the public wo...
MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907
MALVERN. At the Malvern council meeting on Monday evening, in accordance with notice of motion, Cr Ellis moved-" That the resolution of the council, dated the 5th inst., wherein it was resolved to vary the applica tion for power to construct tramways in Malvern, be and the same is here by rescinded." Cr Cameron seconded the motion, which was carried unanimously. Cr Ellis also moved-"That the seal of the council be affixed to the application as submitted by the engineers, Messrs Noyes Bros." The motion was carried.