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Prahran and Malvern Tramway. PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907
--- Prahran and Malvern Tramway. PRAHRAN. ! At their meeting on Monday even ing last the Prahran council received i a communication from Messrs Noyes Bros., electrical experts, again ex pressing inability to accept the appointment of consulting engineers owing to taking up other engage ments, which occupied their time. The writers added : "We understand that it is proposed to constitute a trust to control the business neces sary for the construction and opera tion of the tramway, and it is clearly necessary that this trust, when con stituted, should start its business entirely untrammelled by previous engagements." Cr Skinner moved that the letter be referred to the tramway con ference. He did not think that the fact of Messrs Noyes Bros. refusing to act as consulting engineers would retard the construction of the tram way. Cr Chambers, in seconding the motion, denied that the Prahran council had in any way retarded the construction of the line. They had agreed to every proposal bro...
Benefit Concert. A HUGE SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907
Benefit Concert. A HUGE SUCCESS. A grand benefit concert tendered to Mr Harry Lerer, the "sterling full, back" of the St Kilda Football Club; who recently met witfi an accident, was held in the Prahran City Hall on Wednesday evening last, and was a huge success. Long before 8 o'clock the hall was full, and no doubt a large number of tickets were sold which were not represented at the concert. The committee, therefore, that worked so energetically and well to make the benefit a success are deserving of the heartiest congratula tions, whilst, on the other hand, the crowded audience was an evidence of the fact thiX Mr Lever had the practical sympathy of the general public in the unfortunate mishap that overtook bim. The joint, hon. secretaries were Messrs J. Goudy and 1 H. W. Stoddart, Mr M. S. Cooper was chairman of committee, Mr G. H. Inskip hon. treasurer, Mr A. Albinson musical director, Mr Howard Bradshaw stage manager, and Mr Syd. Stewart assistant stage j manager. While all work...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907
St Kilda Council meets on Mon day evening next. ADVICE TO MOTHKKS I-Are yon broken in your rest by a sick ohUd suffering with the pain of catting teeth ? Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle of Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It wAl rclieva the poor safterer Immediately. It is perfectly bam less and pleasant to taste, it produces natural, quiet sleep, by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub awakes " aa bright as abnttoa." It soothes the child. it softens the gams, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, sad is the best known remedy for dysentery and diarrhoea, whether arising from teething ar other casses. Mia Winslow's Soothing Syrup said by Medi cina dealers ersrywher«. 'LINSEED COMPOUND.' ur coughs ana colds. Of provan efficacy for Bronchial Irritation. ) ? ii
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907
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CRICKET. South Suburban Churches' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907
CRICKET. Son tb Suburban Churches' Association. The seventh annual meeting of this Association will be held on Tuesday next, August 27th, at 1'rahran Coffee Palace at 8 p.m. All clubs desiring to enter for the ensuing season should communicate at once with the hon. secretaries, 54. Princes street, Prahran,stating which grade, viz., first or second, they are applying to enter, and send one dele gate to annual meeting. The busi ness includes-Report and balance sheet, election of effice-bearers, selec tion of clubs, &c. I i
Dandenong Musical Competitions. MALVERN QUARTETTE PARTY SUCCESSFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907
Dandenong Musical Competitions. MALVERN QUARTETTE PARTY SUCCESSFUL. At the Dandenong Musical Com petitions on Wednesday last the Malvern Quartette Party (Messrs W. Darby, A. F. Alway, F. Alway and F. Bowker) were successful in win ning the Brass Quartette selection, the results being as follows : Malvern Quartette Party, 94 points, i. Richmond City, 90 points, 2. Malvern No. 2 team, 86 points, 3. Collingwood, 83 points, 4. The Malvern Quartette Party must be complimented on the victory which they have achieved, the number of points whieh they secured being very gratifying. The decision of the adjudicator was received with applause and generally agreed with, the party receiving very hearty applause, those who had taken part with them in the selection also generously offering their congratula tions, which showed that the award was a popular -one. The quartette party have kindly ottered to play one of their selections on Monday even ing next at the concert which is to be given by the m...
All Saints' Winter Entertainments. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907
AU Saints' Winter Entertain ments. The fourth of the series of enter tainments in aid of the Gregory Memorial Hall, will be held in the School Hall on Thursday evening next. The programme will be given by the members of the Young Men's " Shed " Class and their friends, and will include items by Misses L. Urwin and D. Williams, Mr Jolly, Messrs Valentine Powell, E. G. Jones, Aub. Read, J. Don and Ford, the Albert Park Quartet Party and an orchestra under the leadership of Mr G. P. Ritter.
THURSDAY'S POLLING. Results of the Contests. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907
THURSDAY'S POLLING. Results of the Contests. 1 Last Thursday was the day for 1 conducting the annual municipal ' elections. There was an average ¡ number of unopposed returns and i a like number of contest^. To state j the position from a local standpoint ( -in the city of Prahran, Cr Nathan ('retiring) was opposed by Messrs ' Bangs and Brunt ; South Yarra j ward : Cr Williams (retiring) was opposed by Mr Kelly In the city ' of St. Kilda Cr Connibere (retiring) received opposition from Mr Hewison for the south ward, in the town of Malvern the retiring councillors were in the happy posi tion of being re-elected unopposed. For electioneering purposes, the weather, considering the period of the year, was extremely favorable, and candidates advertised and held open air meetings with as much im punity and confidence as if we were within the midsummmer period. On election day, too, the atmospheric conditions could not be cavilled at. lt was a day when the most invete rate indoor citizen c...
"OUR REGIMENT." SUCCESSFUL AMATEUR PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907
"OUR REGIMENT." SUCCESSFUL. AMATEUR PERFORMANCE. A most successful entertainment took place in the St. Kilda' Town Hall on Tuesday evening last, under the patronage of Lady Madden and the Mayor and Mayoress of St. Kilda, when a farcical comedy in three acts, entitled, " Our Regiment," was per formed by some well-known amateurs, in aid of the funds of the local Girls* Club. It was gratifying to see such a large and representative audience, and the club ought to materially benefit thereby. " Our Regiment " is indeed a " fareical " comedy ; the piece was very well presented, a nd g met with much favor, the audience heartily laughing from start to finish. Mr Dobbinson (Mr Geoffrey Bickerton) a retired merchant, with a strong antipathy towards " the military," on hearing the 8th Lancers are coming to the town, is greatly incensed, and gives strict orders that the women of his household are to keep apart from the general excitement. However, much to the joy of the girls, Mrs Dobbinson (Mi...
Prahran Ward. Mr Bangs Elected. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907
Prahran Ward. - i Mr Bangs Elected. 1 The result was- ] Bangs. 762 s Nathan . ... 561 s Brunt . 543 i Majority for Bangs ... 201 t The fact of Cr Nathan being c defeated was the cause of much c disappointment. There were also c numerous expressions of regret. His 1 committee and supporters had all £ along been sure of victory, and they ' had every reason to feel confident ; 1 but it was evident that the " silent « vote " had upset calculations. We « are sure that ex-Cr Nathan will still continue to take a good interest in the public affairs of fra-hran. He is a staunch citizen, and has done j yeoman service in the past both in and out of the council. , Councillor Bangs has every reason ] to feel proud that he is once again a 1 " city father." For some time past « he has been making an especial 1 study of matters municipal, and he ' put ia a good deal of solid canvassing work. ; Mr Brunt, too, was by no means disgraced. In fact, the satisfactory number of votes recorded in his favor ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907
THE STBAISKT TIP tot the winner ¡a anxioaslj sought foe prior to any of oar greet races, and the joy or sorrow of the recipients is largely measured bj the amount of money they afterwards wis ot lose. There is no noeertainty, however, ot angninhefl suspense, aa to the rasait of ming Holloway's Pills and Ointment. After a fair trial the gain ia ?ore and great, The POIS, taken oooasionallj in prescribed doses, keep the diy^Hrm in order, excite a free fknr of healthy bile, and regeneráis the üapororished blood with riehst materials. The Ointment is a grand remedj for the removal of rhimmatic pains, wounds, sores, meera, eats, or braises. MowSâto J^axF^isI^ímssblTisL&at. Werth a trial
ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, August 19th. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907
ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN Í CITY COUNCIL. \'| Monday, August 19th. Present-Mayor Flintoff:, and Ors L:-gî Nathan, Naylor, Miller, Skinner, Dobson, Nicolson, Chambers, Iv; and Upton. t EXPUNGING} PBOTB8TS. .. When tbe minutes ot the previous meeting were read, Cr Chambers moved that the written protests made by Crs Skinner and Williams against the payment of /365, the cost of the recent audit, on the ground that such payment was illegal, be ex punged from the minutes. It had yet to be proved that it was illegal to pay the money. It was not an " audit," but an " investigation" pure and simple. The protests were also disrespectful to the council. Gr Dobson seconded the motion. Cr Skinner said the position was that the protests of a minority could always be expunged by the " brute force" of the majority. Because he had expressed the opinion that the majority of the council had'acted \ illegally, it was not disrespectful. Cr Upton said while he did not agree with the protests made by Crs Skinne...
The Standard SATURDAY, AUGUST 24TH, 1907. FEDERAL SALARIES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907
ïbe Standard SATURDAY, AUGUST 24TH, 1907. -FEDERAL SALARIES. Much- indignation has been caused throughout this State and the Com monwealth generally at the proposal brought, in the Federal Parliament to increase members' salaries from '^4&lt;J0';to ¿"600 per annum, and arrangements are being made to :kold public . meetings to protest against the increases "being made. MALVERN. - - At Sthe meeting of the Malvern council on Monday evening last the Mayor .(Cr Edgar) received a requisi tion asking him to call a meeting of . citizens tor the purpose of protesting against the proposed increase of Federal members' salaries. The Mayor decided that the meeting h~e held at %, o'clock on Mon day .evening next. PRAHRAN. ,' At ? the Prahran" council meeting on'Monday evening last the Mayor (Cr Flintoft) made reference to the proposal to raise the salaries of the members of the Federal Parliament. He said it was one of the most scandalous things that had ever occurred in any . state of th...
Headache, Indigestion and Constipation. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907
Headache, Indigestion and Constipation. 'AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERT. 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. Von do not require to go on takiug them for & prolonged period, as is necessary, With some medicines, which even thea 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 rain« able than an ordinary aperient, in so far that they not only act as an ape rient, bat do remove from the blood, tissues, and internal organs all tba waste poisonous matter that is clog ging them and choking the channels that lead to and from them.1 The bene ficial effects of Frootoids are evident...
St. Martin's Young Men's Club [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907
St. Martin'* Yoong Men'i Club The committee of the above club ottered a trophy to the winner of a quoit competition, held last Tuesday evening at the club rooms, after a well contested game Mr A. Mc.Meikan carried off the prize. Ex-Cr Drak&rd, who has recently returned from a lecture tour in England for the West Australian Government, has kindly consented to deliver a lecturette entitled «« The Humorous Side of Life" at tile next meeting of the club, on Monday, 26th inst. _
"David, the Shepherd Boy." [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907
On: Monday evening G. F. Root*« ^ favorite cantata, " David, the . ~Jm Shepherd "Boy " was rendered by the- -4"~¡§ Pant Road Methodist Church Choir. ^-Jl There "was a . good attendance, and "Jj tbe.eferJh3pf4he&lt;moirwerefreqnently rt appteuded as thé 'piece progressed. % With the exception of Messrs Trathen : j and Bilshorrow, members of the ' 3 Melbourne Philharmonic Society, the í¡ principal parts were taken by the |j members of the choir, and were as ' 'à follows :-Abigail/Miss Elsie Hock ing ; Abigail's two attendants, Miss ~ A. Baxter and Miss E. Wright; Michal, Miss E. Mauger ; David, Mr J. Miller ; Jonathan, Mr W. Trathen ; Jesse, Mr Grey ; Samuel, Mr E. Simmons; Saul, Mr John C. Ellis ; Elder and Abner, Mr Geo. H Barkla; Messenger, Mr J. Y. Bilsborrow; Three Mea of War, Messrs Bilsborrow, E. R. Stafford, and Barkla. The choir was present in full force, and were assisted by Messrs Laver and Ellis. The cantata abounds in some fine choruses, and the choir entered into...
Theatre Royal. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907
Theatre Royal I The refined Drury Lane drama* , " The Bondman." is still attracting crowded houses to the above theatre. I Mr George Rignold has become a j pronounced favorite in die part of Jason, and is supported by a first claas caste. Quite a feature of she piece is the beautifully illustrated staging effects by Mr John Brunton.
FOOTBALL. St. Kilda v. Collingwood. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907
FOOTBALL. St. Kilda v. Collingwood. - ? On Saturday last the Saints showed their true form, and played one cf the finest games of the season. They have be¿=n under a cloud for some time, and when they met Collingwood ic was felt that they would again go under. But their star was in the ascendant. As soon as the ball was set going the home team lock pos session, und the opening passes were very qiick. Up and down the ground, and Williams scored the hrst minor point. A second behind came 500:1 after, and then Cowell, who was playing a grand game, stored twice quickly. Stewart then got the ball three times, but only behiade resulted, and then the visitors scored. At the clcss of the first quarter the scores were-Saints, 24 points ; Collingwood, S points, lc was ai fine an exhibition-save in kicking fer goal-as could be wished lor. Changing ends, the game con tinued exceedingly fast, but, strange to say, although they had sevea tries, the tricolors could not kick any goals, and on the q...