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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907

CLARKE'S B.41. e PILLS. A Warranted Cure ins, ?ill Acquired or Constícatiosal üiecharges íram tte TJrïzkrj Organs, tn el the» «ex. Iban fumons FOls als* core Gnni. Pains in tba Back, and aa. Kidney DifinnVni, Ftes trana taercuxy. Forty veals* aooeeaa. Sold by all Cbemteta and Btonekeepen tfanogbont tat) maid.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RETIRING MAYORS. RECIPROCAL SENTIMENTS. PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907

t BEHRING MAYORS. RECIPROCAL SENTIMENTS. PRAHRAN. The Prahran council meeting on Monday evening last was the final one over which Mayor Flintoft pre sided in bis official capacity, and the occasion was taken to reciprocate some very friendly sentiments. His Worship referred in feeling terms to the pleasant time he had experienced during his occupancy of the Mayoral chair. He thanked the Town Clerk and officers for the assistance they had so willingly rendered him dur ing the year, and he deeply appre ciated the kindly consideration at all times shown him by his fellow councillors. Cr Chambers moved that the council's hearty appreciation of the manner in which His Worship had carried out his duties be re corded in the minutes. Cr Skinner seconded the motion. The whole of the councillors spoke in laudatory terms of Mayor Flintoft's good qualities as chief magistrate of the city, while at the same time the assistance rendered to His Worship in the conduct of the social duties Srtaining...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907

HOLLOWAYS OINTMENT AND PILLS need only a single trial to make known their capabilities. _ No outside sore or inward inflammation can long ' withstand the cooling, jrjorifying and healing influeaees exerted by these twin Medicaments. Be the mischief recent or chronic, great or slight, painful or simply annoying, it will succumb belora the curative virtues of thees remedies, person who will attentively read their accompanying directions, which are propounded m the plainest' language, void of all technical terms, and printed in the most legible characters. To the man of business, confined to his counting house, and harassed by engagements, also to the man of pleasure addicted to free living these Pilla are invaluable. LINSEED COMPOUND.' ughs and oolds. Eases Asthma and ¡eves breathing. THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS.- I All a offering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immédiate relief anordwd by I the use of " Brown's Bronchial Tro...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Princess Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907

Prinoeai Theatre. i The comedy drama, " Human Hearts," is attracting good houses at the above popular theatre. Mr Ernest Leicester has proved himself a great actor, and is supported by a good company, including Miss Valentine Sidney, Miss Guilford Quin, Little Alma Palmer and Mr G. R. Montford. The play is pro duoed under the direction of Mr Edwin Geaoh.

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MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907

MALVERN. At the meering of the Malvern Council on Monday evening last Cr Cameron said as that was the last occasion the Mayor (Cr Edgar) would occupy the chair during his year of office, he wished to congratu late His Worship on the prosperous year they had had. It had been the year of the greatest advance in Malvern since the boom. During the present year many works had been carried out. They had pro gressed in their tramway ventare. The Mayor had shown great tact, and by his courtesy to everybody and ability he had upheld the dignity and honor of the council to the highest possible degree. It had been a pleasure to sit under Mayor Edgar, and their best anticipations when he had been appointed to the position had been fully realised. He hoped it would not be the last occasion he would occupy the Mayoral chair. Malvern was a select residential area, and the most popular suburb. He also desired to thank the Mayoress for the very valuable work she had done. Cr Cameron's remarks were f...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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South Yarra Ward. Cr. Williams Defeated. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907

-V"J Sooth Yarra Ward. Cr. Williams Defeated. ! _ The result was Kelly. 847 Williams . 542 Majority for Kelly ... 305 The officiai result was made known at the South Yarra Hall bj Cr Rupert Nicolson, the returning officer and was greeted with applause. The question of "reform " was also a conspicuous one in South Yarra. Cr Williams, who was an honest and conscientious councillor, took his defeat with a philosophic de meanor. We are sure he had the inward consciousness that be bad I done his duty without fear or favor, and was willing to bow to the rule of the majority. Ex-Cr Williams, like ex-Cr Nathan, has heaps of warm personal friends, and did good work in tbe council. It was at the request of a large number of ratepayers that Mr Kelly allowed himself to be nominated. He is a gentleman in a position to give plenty of time to public matters, and although at present inexperienced in municipal work, we are under the impression, from what we know of Cr. Kelly, that he will make a goo...

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Meeting of Tents. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907

Meeting of Tents. A united Tent (or Lodge) meeting of the various Friendly Societies ia the surrounding district was held on Tuesday last, in connection with the Prahran Rechabite Tent. 25 Tents were represented, and a very large meeting waa the result. Bro. Ber. Wm. Harris, District director, at tended from Echuca, sad occupied the chair, being supported by District Officers Gunner, Quick and Kruger ; the various official positions were Ulled by the visiting representatives. The chairman gave an interesting address, advocating the Order to take up National questions, such, as Irri gation, Settlement on the land, Closer Settlement and such non-party political politics. The secretary of the Prahran Tent read a short paper on the question of loss of membership by junior branches, and a few thoughts on how to minimise same, which called for discussion. Bro. Stafford, CR.,thanked the visitors for their gênerons response to the Tent's invitation, and arter partaking of refreshments a pro...

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St. Kilda School Children Entertained. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907

St. Kilda School Children Entertained. J _-_ i a On Wednesday evening last the < Mayor of St. Kilda and Mrs Harry B. Gibbs entertained the ohildren J attending the two looa! State schools. The function took place in the Town ' Hall, and there was an attendance of J about 1800, and the youngsters had a glorious time. There were bioscope views, shadow pantomime, and side splitting comicalities of all kinds, and the hearty laughter of the children almost shifted the roof. At the con clusion of the entertainment the ' children were regaled with bags of < cakes and lollies. What a time they 1 had ! The children were of course 1 delighted with the thoughtfulness of . His Worship and the Mayoress, and < more than once showed their appre- ] oiation in a way that was truly '. demonstrative.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Malvern Infant School. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907

Malvern Infant Sohool. The foundation-stone of the new Infant School which is being erected in conjunction with the Tooronga road state school at Malvern was laid on Wednesday afternoon by Cr. W. H. Edgar, M. L. C., mayor of Malvern. Amongst those present were the Hon. Mr Sachse.Mi raster of Education; Councillors Cornwall. Cameron, and Woods, the town clerk (Mr F. Hughes), and Mr J. T. Clark (chair- j man of the Board of Advice). Before the ceremony, the scholars were marched out to the new works, and marshalled by the head master in the form of a square. Apologies were read from Mr Justice Higgins, Mr William Knox, M.H.R., Mr Nor man Bayles., M.L.A., and Mr Balfour, M.L.C. The Hon. Mr Sachse referred to the past history of the school, which was established in i884,and was first known as the Caulfield race-course school, and said the new school would cost upwards of £3,000 and would be completely fitted and provision made for both physical and mental training of the scholars. The f...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Malvern. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907

. J t Malvern. ' c At Malvern the whole of the re- i tiring councillors were returned un- t opposed, viz., North Ward, Cr. W. ¿ H. Lewis; Centre Ward, Cr. A. t J. Weller ; South Ward, Cr W. H. 1 Edgar, M.L.C. ; East Ward, Cr. William Knox, M H.R.

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First Australian Exhibition of Women's Work, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907

Rwt AortriOian inhibition of Women's Work, 1907; This great undertaking, which is being organised under the active presidency of Her Excellency Lady Northcote, will be opened m Mel bourne on the 23 rd October next'; and is creating widespread interest, not only throughout the Common wealth and New Zealand, but also in many other countries of the world. When the movement was inaugu rated its most sanguine supporters never for one moment anticipated that it would assume anything like the dimensions k. has. There is scarcely a town of any importance in the whole of Australia which bas not got a Committee actively engaged in inducing women and girls of the district to take part io the numerous j Competitions, which are so widely diversified that they_ provide an op portunity for all to show their skill. j Particulars of these may be obtained from any of the %6cai Committees, cr the Central Committee established I in each of the Capitals. It would be well for ladies who in tend to take p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907

'LINSEED COMPOUND-' Trade Mack of Kay's Compound Essence of Linseed, for coughs and colds. BA-TO SOAP For Medicai,Toilet, and Nursery use A, TILLEY. South Yarra Perfectly Safe mad Mild, especially ? CHILDREN.. Keating's Worm Tablets ' A purely vegetable sweetmeat, furnishing ' Ia naoet agreeable method of administering , the only certain remedy for Intestinal or i Thread Worms. SoW ip Tia» Hy all Bmsjglata. I Prepristar: THOMAS KEMI HC, Londoq.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907

UNSEED COMPOUND-' «« 'Stockport Remedy* for coughs and colds Of 40 years' provea efficacy.

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Hen's Mutual Club, St. Kilda. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907

Hen's Mutual Club, St. Kilda. During the winter months of this Íear the committee of the above club ave made a special effort to provide intellectual improvements for their members, and on Thursday evening last a " Mock Municipal Election " was held in the large billiard room, attached to the club's premises, at the corner of High and Charles streets, the contest in the South Ward between Messrs Connibere and Hewison lending an added interest to the event. The election on this occasion was for a representative for the North Ward in the city of St. Kilda, three candidates nominating for the position, viz., Messrs J. Hill (Labor}, C. Bogers (Independent), and F. Tracey (Progressive). The chairman of the Independent candi date introduced the «peaker in a vein distinctly humorous, provoking roars of laughter at the expense of the opposing contestants. At times so uproarous did the "ratepayers" become at the Parthian shots levelled at the favorite candidates, that it was only with great ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907

All Sporting Requisites AND Football Material 1 j. K. SMITH, The Sports Emporium, 136 Elizabeth Street MELBOURNE . Catalogue of Sporting Requisites J free any address. A STORY FOR WEARY Downcast Sufferers. The Gase of Mrs C RUSSELL. (By a Melbourne Reporter.) This is just tho story that many a weary and downcast mortal will relish raiding, for in it contains the rory in formation wiiich should inspire that de licou.s thrill of hope which Mrs. Char lotto Russell felt when she read some tiling Mm liar on tho occasion in refer ence to winch a conversation took place .-a lier residence, G7 Buckloy-street, Footvi-av. To our representativo Mrs Rus-cll remarked : - ? for years I liad I cen ailing froon various i.i^l res.iintr complaints, and I nos singularly unfortunate in not being aillo lo ^e<_ anything to do me. good." ." Where did vow Seek youl remedie.:-" interrupted tho reporter. "" I'Yuiii what I then considered thc bo-t source*--the doctors." iras the re ply. " But «'len...

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Prahran v. Footscray. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907

Prahran v. Footscray. I At the local ground on Saturday last in the presence of a fair atten dance, Footscray administed to che Prahran team as bad a licking as they have got this season. From first to last they were winners, about as poor an opposition as Prahran has shown being given them. They lichly deserve the win, their work all round beiag perfect. Whilst Prahran suffered severely in the loss of Watts in the first quarter, through an injur ed ankle, he being (by the way) the mo8t consistent performer lor the Prahran this season, and in addition having D.iwdinp;, Driver and Meaney all lame, they were not the team they have been, but the visitors'neverthe less were superior in their play and won handsomely by 77 points. Roberts, Ferguson and S. Carlson were new beginners in the senior ranks, and acquitted themselves very well, Neil (in goals) being Prahran's besr, Johnson, Sykes, Roach, Colechin and Smith, all worked well. The final scores being Footscray-14 gls 17 bbs, (101 po...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907

Ma A. WILSON, Consulting Herbal Specialist Moura-io to i ; ¿ io 5 p.m. M.U.H.A. (Registered) 17 WALKER STREET, PRAHRAN. Send lor fre<.- Booklet. Indigestion. Liver, Kidney, and Chronic Internal Diseases treated by the most Up-to-date Extracts, ftc. NOTE-1 am no relative of anyone of the same name in the same street. Mr Wilson's New Invention. BRAN COMPOUND lor the SKIN and COMPLEXION. fltiiliTfnf ftwnigtif circular ; free by post to any address. The Only Herbalist is at No. 17. The BLUE ARC LIGHT is my sign. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. S. L. BECKWITH Wishes to inform the Public that he has bought the Old Established Business of MR. SMITH, SADDLER, HARNESS MAKER, GRINDERY, 440 HIGH-ST, PRAHRAN EAST And hopes to merit your esteemed patronage. A SPECIALTT ! Portmanteaux, Tranks, and all cianea of Leather Goods Repaired at Shortest Notice. NoTh THE ADDRESS ö. L. BECKWITH, 440 HIGH STREET, PRAHRAN EAST. LLS & RECOMMENDED AND U SETT'S Y ALL GOOD NURSES .THE. CHRISTIAN BROTHER...

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St. Kilda. South Ward. Cr Connibere Re-Elected. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907

St. Kilda. Sooth Ward. Cr Connibere Re-Eleeted. j The result was- < Connibere . 811 1 Hewison ... ... 625 Majority for Connibere 186 i It will be seen that a very substan- ' tiai poll was recorded. The official c result was made known by Cr Pittard, i returning officer. 1 Cr Connibere was deeply grateful t at being placed at the bead of the t poll. It was indeed a splendid com- c pliment to pay one who has such a 1 fine record of good and useful work, a Cr Connibere and Mr Hewison, t who also put upa good fight, returned 1 thanks to the ratepayers present. c A vote of thanks was passed to i the returning officer. c t i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907

By special appointment to His EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR. And patronised by SIB WILLIAM JERVOIS. ORTHOPAEDIC INSTITUTE. Tel. 4S88 Central. Established 1868. JOHN ROSIER, FOOT SPECIALIST, CHIROPODIST and SURGICAL BOOTMAKER. PERFECT FEET PRESERVED in THEIR PRISTINE BEAUTY. CORNS, BUNIONS, INGROWING TOE-NAILS, TELEPES, INVERTED TOES, CONTKAC1 ED SINEWS, Ac., and ALL MALFORMATIONS in CHILD KEN or ADULTS' FEET CUBED or RELIEVED and HIDDEN. WALKING MADE A PLEASURE, INSTEAD of MISE BY and PAIN. ROSIER'S PEDENTIA for CHILBLAINS. ROSIERS PATENT NIGHT SUPPORTS for CHILDREN, INSTRUMENT, &c NOTA BENA' GREAT TOES STRAIGHTENED and BUNIONS reduced WITH SPECIALLY PATENTED BOOTS, admitting FBEEDOM iu WALKING in a FASHIONABLE BOOT, -while PROCE8S of STRAIGHTENING the FEET 15 GOING ON by Mr. John ROSIER'S SPECIAL MAKE. 246 Swanston Street, Melbourne (Next Nunan Bros.). Word Picture Competition. Every Boy and Girl has an equal opportunity of winning these valuable Prizes : FIRST PRIZE - - £2 2s SE...

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Prahran Scottish Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 24 August 1907

Prahran Scottish Society. The annual meeting of the Prahran   Scottish Society was held in the Empire Hall on Monday, 19th August, Mr Louis K. McNab in the chair. The retiring president, Hon. Donald Mackinnon, M.L.A., an- nounced that he would not be able to hold office at president owing to pressure of other duties, but that he hoped still to remain a member of the Society. The chairman announced that the strength of the society had increased from 130 in 1906 to 175 in 1907, and that the financial year had closed with a balance af £37 cash in hand, and a surplus of assets over liabilities of £69. He congratulated the members on their adherence during the previous twelve months to the Scottish ideas which were the original aim of the society, and re- minded them that no people were more loyal to the Old Country than the Sons of Scotia, and yet no people made better colonists than the Scotch, which is both a paradox and a truism.   The annual report also sho...

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