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Headache, Indigestion and Constipation. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

Headache, Indteesüou and Consüpaüou. ¡AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERT. It will interest s'JÎfexcrs to* know that a valuable ¡rxd'.-, inc, called Froo toids, has b<H'U discovered, which is now completely curing each of tUo above-named complaints. Frootoids are elegant in appearance, :-.;;J plea sant to take, and, what is of the ut most import::DOC. are thoroughly reli able in affording quick relief. You do not require to go on taking- them for a prolonged period, as is necessary with some medicines, which even thea are mostly disappointing: you simply take a dose of Frootoids wlieu 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 Car that they not only act as au ape rieut, but do remove from the blood, tissues, and internal organs nil the waste poisonous matter that is dos* ging them and choking the channels that lead to and from thom. The bene ficial effects of Frootoids are ev...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
St. Martin's Yoong Men's Club [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

St. Martin's Yoong Men's Club .--? IQ response to" an invitation from the Young Men's Club connected with St. Martin's Church, Hawks burn, one of the largest audiences ever seen at their meetings as sembled at the school hall on Monday evening last, when-Mr A. Drakard gave a lecturette on " The Humorous Side of Life " In the absence of the Hon. Geo. Fairbairn, M.H.R., through family sickness, the Hon. Donald Mackin non, MX.A., occupied the chair, and expressed his pleasure at having the opportunity of hearing his friend Mr Drakard. After giving some sound advice and practical encoura gement to the Young Men's Class, the chairman said he was sure from what they knew of Mr Drakard, and from the fact that he had been advo cating the claims of Australia in England, they would have a pleasant and profitable evening. Mr Drakard divided his address into two parts, and in a most enter taining way dealt with the various phases of life, interspersing hts re marks with some racy stories, and i...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mayor and Mayoress of Prahran. ANNOUNCEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

Mayor and Mayoress of J Prahran. ' T ANNOUNCEMENTS. His Worship the Mayor of Prahran, Councillor Henry Upton, has made arrangements to be in attendance at the Town Hall every day between 9 and 9.30 a.m., when he may be seen on official business. Lady readers will bs interested to know that the Mayoress (Mrs Henry Upton) will be at home to visitors upon the 3rd Thursday and follow ing day, 330 High street, Windsor.

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St. Kilda Men's Mutual Club. MOCK TRIAL BY JURY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

St. Kilda Men's Mutual Club. MOCK: TRIAL BY JURY. There was a large attendance of members at the above club on Thurs day, 23rd inst-, when a mock Trial by Jury was the programme for the evening- Before "His Honor Justice'' Moran and a jury of sis, '? Baron" Frazer was charged with steal ing a sheep and a lamb, the pro perty of " Thomas Bludgeon, squat ter," on the 27th inst. Mr W. L. Slack appeared for the prosecution, and Mr W. T. Toy defended. Coun sel for the prosecution briefly out lined tke facts which led to the arrest of the "defendant" the circumstances appearing very suspicious. " Squatter Bludgeon" identified a skin which be longed to a sheep on his estate, and also that of the lamb, which was equally as easy of identification by reason of the length of its tail. John Hill, " municipal dustman,'* and " Professor" Francesco Tracey, "Go vernment Bacteriologist,""gave some important evidence, whilst Leo Warner, " butcher," deposed that for several days after the sheep and lam...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

JRA-TO SOAP For MedicaijToilet, and Nursery use A. TILLEY, South Yarra IPerfectly Smfe mud Mild, especially I ßOmpted tor CHILDREN. 1 Keating's I Worm j Tablets i IA purely vegetable sweetmeat, furnishing 1 a most agreeable method of administering i thc only certain remedy for intestinal or J Thread Worms. I Sold ID firm by «ll Dropplrt». j Proprietor: THOMAS KEATING, London, j

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Entertaining the Sailors. CONCERT BY OUR STAFF AND FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

j Entertaining the Sailors, j CONCERT BY OUR STAFF « AND FRIENDS. On Monday evening last there was a splendid attendance at the Port Melbourne Sailors' Institute, on the occasion of a concert given by our : firm and staff, assisted by friends. The Rev. Mr Goldsmith, superinten dent of the institute, presided ; and all the items rendered were received with the heartiest appreciation and approval by the large company of sailors present. The programme was a varied one, songs being rendered by Miss A. Fargher, and Messrs T. A. Morphet, H. Cobb, L. Fraser and J. J. Barlow. Excellent elocutionary numbers of high merit were rendered by Miss Coanck, Miss B. Nitz and Mr Percy Brown. Mr Ellis supplied four humorous items, two songs and two recitations, all of which received well merited applause. ^Two splendid instrumental quartettes were contri buted by Messrs A. F. and Frank Alway, Danby and Bowker ; and Messrs L. Fraser and H. Cobb ' favored with a vocal duet. Miss Amy Kingham very capably...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

THBOAX AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS. All suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by the use of " Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous " lozenges " are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country. People troubled with a '* hacking ooagh," a " slight cold," or bronchial affections, cannot try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic aft actions. See that the Signatare of John L Brown A Son is on every wrapper.-Prepared by John I. Brown & Son, Boston, O.S.«. European depot, SS, Farringdon road, Lon don, England.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

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ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. Monday, August 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. ! --;- -» Monday, August 26th. Present-Mayor Jacoby, and Ors Barnet, Hughes, fionnibere, Stedeford, Pittard, O'Donnell and Gibbs. WIDENING BRIDGES. In reply to requests made by the council that the Alma road and Dandenong road bridges should be widened, the Railway Department wrote stating that there was no necessity to widen the bridge at Alma road. With regard to the Dandenong road bridge, the matter had been farther looked into, and it was found that the present bridge would not require any extensive re pair or renewal for at least another five years, and that the cost of widening the bridge would involve ac additional expenditure of, approxi mately, ¿"1320, which amount the local councils concerned would be expected to contribute. The communication was referred to the public works committee. CONFERENCES. The Williamstown council con vened a conference in regard co the Width of Tyres Act, it being pointed out that some councils had not vet made ...

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Prahran Football Club Social. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

Prahran Football Club Soaial. Un Friday evening next the Prahran Footba;l Club will hold a social in the Foresters' Hall, Chapel street, South Y^rra. Dancing will be held from S to i. The social has been organised by lady friends of thj club, and patrons can rely on spending an enjoyable evening.

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SOUTH YARRA ANGLING CLUB. SMOKE NIGHT & DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

SOUTH YARRA ANGLING CLUB. SMOKE NIGHT & DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. On Wednesday evening last the South Yarea Angling -Club and Pish Protection Society held their-second annual smoke concert and distribution of prizes at their rooms, Macquarie street, Prahran. There was a large attendance, amongst the visitors present being representatives from the Prahran Oily Council, the Pisca torial Council, and the Victorian, Richmond, Abbotsford, Brunswick and Coburg and Prahran City Angling Clubs. In the unavoidable absence of Mr A, V. Blue, president, the chair was taken by Mr A, C. Mills. The cosy room of the club was specially decorated for the occasion, and presented quite an artistic appear ance. The word "Welcome" was prominently displayed on the northern wall in the midst of foliage. The trophies were also shown to ad vantage; for the greater part they were valuable and handsome, con sisting of silver-plated ware, tea and coffee sets, &c, and considerably en hanced the brig...

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Malvern Town Band. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

Malvern Town Band. On Wednesday evening a large j number were present at the Town . Hall, Malvern, at an invitation con- ! cert tendered by the local Town Band ( to the Mayor, Councillors, and resi dent« of Malvern, and a most enjoy able evening was spent. The programme contained several selections by the band, which were excellently rendered, under the baton of Bandmaster J. Thorpe, under whose guidance the band is showing great improvement. A duet for two cornets by Messrs Thorpe and Darby, aud a brass quartette by Messrs Darby, A. P. Alway. Frank Alway, and Bowker were two good items Tbe following also lent valuable assistance in their vocal solos: Misses Kuby McKendrick and Kita Sinclair, aud Messrs Leslie Boys, T. A Morphet, D. T. Player, K. F. Adams, and Master T. King. During the interval brief addresses were given by the President (Cr. W. II. Edgar, M.L.C.). the Mayor (Cr. Jno. Ellis), and Mr- Norman Bayles. ML.A. _

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

" The Result of Having a Good Name," J. C HUTTON respectfully requests the Public when purchasing his " PINEAPPLE BRAND " Bacon to see that it is branded with his name and trade mark, as unscrupulous traders are continually selling: cheaper brands of Bacon as HUTTON'S. A WIFE WANTED her husband to go to Shoddy for a Cheap Suit. "No," said he, " the Prahran Tailor for mc." Result-Wife pleased ; ordered a Costume ; sent her friends. The latest Advices, Fashions, &c, monthly, NOTICENEWADDRESS WILLIAM TRIGG, T». 224 m&&v?mmo RO*», One door from Chapel Street, Prahran. Established 23 years at Commercial Uoad. near Market. Tell Everybody. Keep his ior Ueference. Premiers 190"-The Prahran Tailor % St Kilda F C

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The Standard SATURDAY, AUGUST 31ST, 1907. ST. JOHN'S AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. BRANCH DEPOT IN SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

The Steuctod SATURDAY, AUGUST 31ST, 1907. ST. JOHN'S AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. BRANCH DEPOT IN SOUTH YARRA. On Tuesday afternoon last a branch depot of the St. John's 1 Ambulance Association was opened at premises situate at the corner of Chapel and Garden streets, South Yarra. This is the first branch opened by the Association south of the Yarra. One van will be stationed at the depot, in charge of two certi ficated men, while Mr ri. Osgood Cannon, superintendent, will also reside at the depot. The van will be available day and night, and can be obtained by ringing up 246 Yarra. Amongst a party of ladies and gentlemen at the opening ceremony were Mc John Blyth, President of the Association ; Mr W. Hamilton, secretary ; Dr. Binge ; and councillors from other suburbB who take an interest in the work of the Associa tion. It was a particularly unfortu nate circumstance that not a single Prahran councillor was present. Mayor Upton was unable to attend to perform the opening ceremony. Cr Ni...

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MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

MALVERN. A meeting of electors was held at the Malvern Town-hall on Monday evening to protest against the action of Federal members in raising their allowance from £400 per annum to £600. Councillor Edgar, Mr W. V. Bailey, and the mayor (Councillor Ellis) occupied the chair in turn. Councillor Edgar sud that when the Malvern electors' petition was first-brought before his notice it was thought that owing to the unanimous expression of opinion throughout the municipalities, senators would pause before allowing tiie bill to pass. They had not had that decency. No hint of the increase had ever been made from the electioneering platforms, and the people's objections were levelled, not so much at the actual increase in salary, as the method by which it had been obtained. (Applause.) Councillor Cornwall moved "That this meeting hereby protests against the action of the Federal Parliament in increasing the salaries of members without first affording the constituencies an opportunity of con...

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FEDERAL SALARIES. ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

FEDERAL SALARIES. ST. KILDA. A meeting called by the then Mayor, Cr H. B. Gibbs, wa3 held at the St. Kilda Town Hall on Friday evening, 23rd inst., to protest against the increase of the Fedeial members' allowances. The chairman said his feelings were in accord with those of the pro testing public. The way in which Federal members' salaries had been raised was monstrous, being an in crease of 50 per cent., without con sultation. (Hear, hear.) Mr J. H. Hewison moved "That this meeting strongly con demns the action of the members of the Federal Houses of Parliament in voting themselves an extra salary, amounting to an increase of 50 per cent, because-1. They were elected by the people on the distinct under standing that the salary was £400 per year. 2. That at the last election not one word was said about raising the amount. 3. That as custodians of the public money it is a distinct violation of their trust ; and 4. that the indecent haste ia which the bill was rushed through b a scan...

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Armadale Baptist Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

Armadale Baptist Literary Society. FOOT meetings of the above society have been held since" our last report. Two elocutionary evenings occupied , the attention of the members. At the first " The Winters Tale " was read through, while on the second evening a competition was held. Mr , F. Wyndham Hill acted as judge, and awarded the first prize to Mr E. B. Giles, and the second to Mr H. Green, both of whom rendered Campbell's " Last Man." The judge very generously donated the first prize. On the 13th inst., before a crowded audience, Mr J. H. Crowther, sec retary of the Dickens' Fellowship, gave a recital of some of Dickens' works. Mr Crowther's selections illustrated every phase of Dickens' power as a writer-serious, humorous and descriptive. The recital was highly appreciated. Last Tuesday Mr Henry A. Baker delivered an essay on the progress of Australia from its discovery up to the time of the establishment of re. sponsible Government in tue States The Rev. Alex Gordon, M.A., pre s...

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Malvern. CR ELLIS ELECTED MAYOR. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

Malvern. CR ELLIS ELECTED MAYOR. The ceremony of electing a Mayor for the ensuing year in Malvern was conducted on Monday evening last. Cr John Ellis was chosen as Mayor in succession to Cr Edgar. Cr Ellis was proposed by Cr Knox, and seconded by Cr Lewis, and the choice was unanimous. The new Mayor received the congratulations of his colleagues, Mayor Eilis being wished a pleasant year of office. It was unanimously decided that the council's hearty appreciation of ex Mayor Edgar's services-be recorded in the minutes.

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Trades Billiard Tournament. A St. Klldalte's Victory. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

Trades Billiard Tournament. I A St. Klldalte'8 Victory. j One of the most interesting engagements among the South Yarra, Prahran, Malvern and St. Kilda Tradesmen's Clubs, took place at the Malvern Club rooms on Tuesday evening last. Councillor Cornwall, of Malvern, offered a £3/3/- trophy for competi tion between the champion playees of thd clubs, and Councillor Holmes offered a gold medal for the highest break in the various matches. The South Yarra and Malvern champions lost their games, and the Qt. Kilda and Prahran representatives had to play the final at the Malvern rooms. The well-known player, Mr Percy Gardiner, represented Prahran, and "Mr Arthur M'Cutcheon, St. Kilda. The game was 750 up for the final all the preceding matches being 500 up. Both players were in their very best form, and passed and repafsed each other several times, but with a couple of nice breaks Mr Gardiner reached 714 when Mr M'Cutcheon was 636 ; at that stage of the game it looked a certainty for the Pr...

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