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

Aaotion Sales. PBAHRAN AMD ST KILDA. Mr A. Henry Miller, through his auctioneer, Mr J. E. Kimberley, will sell by publio auction at the lodge room, Thurling's Swan Hotel, ad jacent to the property, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, 00 Wednesday next, the valuable corner block pf freehold property, being Nos. 158,160,162, 164 and 166 Chapel street, Prahran, between the Savings Bank and the Bank of Australasia. The property is centrally situated, and i» admirably adapted for the erection of colossal business premises. Also, at the same time and place, will be sold that pleasantly situated double-fronted brick villa residence, known as "Lyndhurst," and being No. 223 Inkerman street, St Kilda, the residence of the late Mr B. Kennedy. On Wednesday, Sept. 11, on the property, 11 and 13 Douglas street, Toorak, at 3, Messrs W. 8. Keast and Co will hold a sale of two w b cottages. «_ The Prahran council meets on Monday evening next. ADVICE TO MOTHERS !-Are you broken in your test by a sick chil...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

DON'T Conciu.-Belief can be obtained immediately. CJse KEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES "-well known as the utterly unrivalled Cough Remedy. Strongly recom mended by many eminent physicians. They at un ce rb-:ek the cough and remove the cause-without any after effect; the moat delicate can therefore lake them. One Lozenge alone gives ease-one or two at bedtime ensure» rest. Bolt* everywhere_ in tins l.'tjd each. Deafness, Kölsas in the Head fto positively cored by HARLEY'S KI.EL LOTTOS. This new Remedy goes right to the actual seat of the disease, and has effected snob remarkable cares that the greatest hope is held ont to all sufferers, no matter how bad and long-standing the case may be. 0fi6 bottle will CUTO any ordinary case, and will be sent securely packed and post-paid with fall directions and testimonials on receipt of 4fl Qd. Order direct from JAKES E. HARLOT, 23 Stockdale Boad, South Lambeth, London, Eng.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Prahran Ladies' Benerolent Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

Prahran Ladies' Benerolent Sooiety. _fn\_ I bo committee of the Prahran, Sooth Yarra and Toorak Ladies' Benevolent Society report having relieved 104 cases weekly during the fortnight ending 22nd August. The cases numbered 126 adults and Hil children. Tbeadnltscom prised 56 widow3, 8 deserted wives, 18 married couples, S aged and single in dividuals, and 18 wives whose husbands are away. The expenditure for the fortnight was JË28 10s Od/ Assistance in clothing may be sent to ' Airlie,' Lara street, South Yarra, and in money to the Hon. Treasurer, ' Glenore,' Wellington street, St Kilda, or the Hon. Secretary, ' Eilerton,' Lansel road, Toorak. During the past fortnight 81 visits to cases of illness amongst the poor were paid by Nurse Smith.

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FOOTBALL. Record Goal Kicking. PRAHRAN V. NORTH [?] [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

FOOTBALL. ! "^^^_ i Record Goal Kicking. PRAHRAN V. NORTH ML í.llüC KN K. The match between Prahran ard North Mt-.ibo irr.o. at Toorak Park > M Saturday v/.is proiii;:ic-n! frc m the fact that Sykes klckul whole of the goals scored v,y Prahran. \.iz, 12. Th ? Hil, scrires w: r - I'r ahrjn 1 J R h 17 í'¡".^ (So poi vi-) ; N. \h;b.. 6 « S 7 bli- po::;i^ ) lt is uti<_"< 1 st 1 od thar t!.< Mr : riiiüary fe:.t {vrlotnu J by S>kcs m kickinu all ¿he !¿o.ls f-x his side is wi i ho't p;«.c\.iîcr:t. UK ar enthusiasm was shown at Syko-'s p~!formancf, ¿r.d Pr.itu¿v. b.-.rrsciurs madt- a Inroci bim by earning him shou! 1i>r Ililli nt th-.- conclusion oi the mitch. A collection was als:, taken up, and Ult iv.oncy w:s handed to Mr kee as a sruvenir ct his prowess. To-day L'r.thran nuct L>; unswick at Brunswick.

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

Prahran. CR UPTON ELECTED MAYOR. A special meeting of the Prahran council was held on Monday evening for the purpose of electing the mayor for the ensuing year. THE ALLOWANCE* lt was moved by Cr Nicolson, and seconded by Cr Dobson, that the allowance be ¿"400. Cr Naylor thought that surely the gentleman elected would be willing to put his hand into his own pocket. He moved an amendment that the allowance be ¿"300. Cr Bangs seconded the amend ment ¿"300 was ample in his opinion. Cr Miller thought that reform should apply to the mayoral allow ance. Cr Chambers considered it would be retrograde to go back to the ¿"200 or ^"300 allowance. Cr Luxton thought that everyone was willing to pay a little money for an honour, and the position of mayor was a great honour. He supported the amendment. Cr Nicolson remarked that there were 42,000 people in Prahran. The ratepayers were not mean. They would not grudge the £100. On a vote being taken, Crs Luxton, Naylor, Bangs and Miller voted for the ...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

I "LINSEED COMPOUND-"* Trade I Matta of Kay's Compound Essence of ?-' Llnscoi, fer coughs and colds. v|

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ELECTING MAYORS. St. Kilda. CR JACOBY ELECTED MAYOR [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

ELECTING MAYORS. St. Kilda. CR JACOBY ELECTED MAYOR A special meeting of the St. Kilda council was held on Monday morn ing last for the purpose of electing a Mayor for the ensuing twelve months. The allowance was fixed at ^"200. Cr S. Jacoby was elected Mayor, and he received the hearty congra tulations of his colleagues on being elevated to the office. Mayor Jacoby, who returned thanks for the honor conferred upon him, is one ot the West ward repre sentatives, and formerly held the position of Mayor for two years, from 1892 to 1894. In the evening the newly-elected Mayor presided over the usual fort nightly meeting of the council, and Cr Stedeford, on behalf of the coun cil, again congratulated Cr Jaooby on his elevation to the Mayoral chair. They all felt assured that His Worship would hil the position with credit and ability. (Hear, hear.) Re ferring to His Worship's physical proportions, Cr Stedeford said no previous Mayor had done so much honor to the Mayoral chain as Cr Jacoby...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Up-to-date Cooking Stoves. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

Up-to-date Cooking Stores. The use of gas for cooking pur poats has of late years gone ahead by leaps and bounds, and the Metro politan Gas Company is evidently intent upon still further enlarging its held ul operations in this direction. Our advertising columns make known the fact that in addition to continuing the long-established and popular plan of hiring out stoves at a low rental, the company is now offer ing special facilities to the public to purchase stoves, at reduced prices, by payment of a small deposit and in stalments from 2/6 per month. The prospects of these admittedly econo mical ard up-to-date oookers becom ing even more universally used than at present-especially as it is now so generally recognised that their adop tion materially lightens the labor and cheapens the cost of cooking-appear exceedingly bright.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

«y special appointment £¿Jt£d Âr^Konised by to His EXCELLENCY THE JI^HRgL r GOVERNOR. H-P li SIB^WILLIAM JERVOIS. ORTHOPEDIC INSTITUTE. Te!. 4888 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. CONTRACTED SINEWS, &c, and ALL MALFORMATIONS in CHILDHEV or ADULTS' FEET CURED or RELIEVED and HIDDEN. WALKING MADE A PLEASURE, INSTEAD of MISERY and PAIN. HOSIER'S PEDENTIA for CHILBLAINS. HOSIER'S PATENT NIGHT SUPPORTS for CHILDREN, INSTRUMENTS, &c. NOTA BENA! GREAT TOES STRAIGHTENED and BUNION* reduced WITH SPECIALLY PATENTED BOOTS, admittine FREEDOM in WALKING in a FASHIONABLE BOOT, while PH0CE8S of STRAIGHTENING the FEET IS GOING ON by Mr. John RO-SIERS SPECIAL MAKE. 246 Swanston Street, Melbourne (Next Nunan Bros.). In the WITTS the Cold * ^,s^We2^U«Ä0NÄ^«r £ is severe and the ¿g^aj 70 o. sooThmg and ifyour/^'ff's u ¿fi...

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

MR. A. WILSON, Consulting Herbal Specialist, Hours-io t j i ; 2 to 5 p.m. M.U.H.A. (Registered) 17 WALKER STREET, PRAHRAN. Send tor free Booklet Indigestion. Liver, Kidney, and Chronic Interna! Diseases treated by tile mo;t Up-to-date Extracts, &c. NOTE-I am no relative of anyone oí the same name ia the same street. Mr Wilson's New Invention. BRAN lOUÍH'UNü for the SKIN and C"0\iPLüXK>N. Send for descriptive circular ; free bv post to any address. 1 The Only Herbalist is at No, 17. The BLUE ARC LIGHT ie my sign. UNDER N1-;\V MANAGEMENT. S. L BECKWITH Wishes to inform the Public that he has bought the Old Established Business of MK. SMITH, SADDLER, HARNESS MAKER, GRINDERY, 440 HIGHEST, PRAHRAN EAST And hopes to merit your esteemed patronage. A SPECIALTY ! Portmanteaux, Tranks, and ail classes j of Leather Goods Repaired at Shortest Notice. NOT F TUB ADDRESS Ö. L. BECKWITH, 440 HIGH STREET, PRAHRAN EAST. .THE.. CHRXSTX&IsF The College is situated in Westbury Street,...

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CRICKET. South, Suburban Churches Association. SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

CRICKET. - - -"i-Z^tWSTf^m South, Suburban Ckurefces' Asscciatiei:. Sii\tNTH ANNI AI. MEETINI;. 1 hr seventh annual meeting of this A.Ls'jciai ¡cn v, 3s held at the Prahran (."> lice Palate ' n Tuesday evening. There wac present over 20 dehpaes, repi i sentniE different ciubs. Thu chair was occiipitd by Mr Wm. Davits, a vice-president. Cr K. Nicolson abo attended. The amma! report was received, by which it was learned the Association had enjoyed a mos: successful season. The financial statement showed a. credit balance cf about ¿\ after hav ing disposed of io guineas in prize money. &.C lt was decided to con duct the Association on similar methods as last season, viz., Thai 14 clubs in each grade be admitted. Sixteen clubs applied for entrance to tho first grade, and were ballctted for. i (.suiting in the inclusion of South Yai ra, Ea^t Malvern, Prahran, Si. J.>hn's, St. George'* ard Malvern Presbyterians; át. Albans, All Samts" and St. Matthew's Church of lang land ; ...

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St. Kilda v. Geelong. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

t. Kilda v. Geelong. The "Saints journeyed to Geelong ou Saturday last and met the local club, lt was a we!! conteste.1 game, and a < ;os.- finish, the scun:s beir-^ - St, Kilda, 4 els ¡7 biu (vi poin'.s) ; fic-elong 5 RIS * hhn ( paints). To day St. Kilda meet Fitzroy at St. Kilda.

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

All Sporting Requisites AND Football Material J. K. SMITH, The Sports Emporium, J3G Elizabeth Street MELBOURNE . Catalogue of Sporting Bequisites fruo any address. H( LI.< ¡WAY'S TILLS. Cure f..r lmiiiTPHticn. Indigestion, with torpidity of tho liver is the curse cf thousands, who s pe ii il ca< h day with accumulated sufferings, ali of which may be avoided by taliiufj Holloway's Pills according to their accompanying directions. They strLu^thea and invigorate every organ subservient to digestion. Their actiou is purifying, healing and strengthening. They may bu safely ta.keu « ithout interfering with ordinary pursuits, or requiring much restriction in diet. They quickly remove noise and giddiness in the head, and dispel low spirits and nervous fears. 'I hese balsamic Pills work the cure wilbont debilitating or exhausting the system ; on the contrary, they conserve and support the vital principle by substituting pure for impure blood. j UNVARNISHED ! I No Fairy ...

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South Yarra Methodist Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 31 August 1907

South Yarra Methodist Literary Society. The item on the syllabus of the above society on Monday evening last was " Ladies' Night," and on that occasion the fair sex associated with the society provided an evening that was full of enjoyment, and in which there was not a dull moment during the two hours of the enter tainment. The first part consisted of a programme of vocal and instru mental music and elocutionary items, which were given exclusively by lady members of the society. The items were both grave and gay, and were heartily received by the sterner sex. Mrs Yandell occupied thc chair. After the programme concluded the guests sat down to a splendid supper which, judging from the expressions heard on all sides, was much enjoyed. Messrs Hazelwood, J. Ellis, J. Miller, H. Hamley and A, Woodtüll spoke in appreciation of the efforts which the ladies had made, and of the very enjoyable evening which all had spent. A competition for the one who should guess the authorship ot most item...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. St. Matthew's Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 7 September 1907

CRICKET. St. Matthew's Cricket Club. The annual meeting of the first and seccnd elevens was held in the school rcom, High street, on Friday evening, ;olh t. lt. There WJS a good attendance, and the proceedings were of much interest. The balance sheet was read and adopted, showing a credit balance of £i Ss SJ. The ihction of office-bearers resulted : President, Mr Wm. Davies, .T.P. ; vice; - Presidents. Kev. A. Wade, lion, DanaWl Mackinnon, M L A., Mcísrs.J P. Holme', J. Hammer:on, T. Foster, JJ. Friend, L. Cogswell and S. Shrader, senr. ; patron, Kev. W. '1'. C. Starrs, M.A. ; secretary and treasurer. Mr J. Duncan ; secretary to second eleven, Mr F. J. I latnty ; delegate for both elevens, Mr Wm Daves, J P. ; press corres rone'ent, Mr F. J. Dainty; and a strong committee, consisting of Messrs H. Davey, A. Blackwell, I\ i'lay, C. Reeves, R. Ma'.colm and W. Ga'es. The above elevens are entering for the S.S.C CA., the same as last year. The first eleven finished well up on the list, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 7 September 1907

?UNSEED COMPOUND.' tot coughs and colds. Ol proven efficacy fat Bronchial Irritation..

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St. Martin's Young Men's Club [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 7 September 1907

St. Martin's Young Men's Cl^ib ' 4 - 1 St. Martin's Young Men's Club J held a twenty fi*st birthday celebra- . ß tion last Tues lay evening, when a very large ibu m her of visitors ac cepted an invitation requesriog tbe pleasure of their "presents" on the important occasion, the said presents, which were numeraos and handsome, being handed over to the society's ; stall at the Church Bazaar. "Mr William Noel " was the young gentleman wbo reached his majority, and this character was well sustained bv Mr W J'nkins ; Mr S. G. B'own (Mr Noel) and Mr R Morrison, whr>, attired in a %ery becoming evening dress, and well complexioned wi h paint and powdar, represented " Mrs Noel " an i tether ably performed the duties of host and hos ess ; " Mr and Mrs Peebles," Messrs W. Peebles and W. Ott>-y. .down from the c untry for the Show, and old friends ofthefamilv, enlivened the proceed ings with their back-b'ock eccentrici ties, while " Old Dr Slasher " (Mr Henry W. Mallorb) a very o\â t mi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 7 September 1907

DON'T COUGH.-Belief can be obtained immediately. Due SEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES "-well known aa the utterly unrivalled Cough Remedy. Strongly recom mended by many eminent physicians They at once ch'icfc the cough and remove the cause-without any after effect ; the moat delicate can therefore take them. Ooe Lozenge alone gives ease-one or two at bedtime ensures rest, Soit* everywhere in tins 13H each. *LIN^CED COMPOUND " Trade Mark of Kay's Compound Essence of Linseed, for coughs and colds. Jones-" Hallo, Brown, what's the matter with you to-day ? You're looking very gloomy." Brown Well, the f *ct is that I said some thing to my wife on Monday moraine, and she hasn't spoken to me since." Jones (eagerly)-4 You might tell me what it was, old man." THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS. All suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness wi« be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate re'ief afforded hy the ase of .? Brown's Bronohial troches." These famous " lozenges " are now sold ...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Salvation Army, Prahran. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 7 September 1907

Salvation Army, Prahran, At the Salvation Army barracks, Victoria street, Prahran, a weekly bioscope entertainment is held every Wednesday evening, commencing at 8 o'clock The price of admission is :- Adults, 3d; children, id. On Sunday and Monday, Sept. 8 and 9 the Sunbeam Choristers, under th leadership of S»aff Captain M ckey, wil rei d r a first class progr«mme"f muMO. Oa Mond *y evening a grand programme will bi rendered, after which a p stie supper will be held Price of admission 6 J, including the supper. It is noticeable, and. it Has been remarked upon, thatAthere is an absence of fire plug indicator throughout Prahran. Fi-emen ar^ liab'e to be handicapped in con sequence in times of emergency. Football and Cricket reports and reports in regard to Tramway Projects appear on page 4.

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Prahran Benefit Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 7 September 1907

Prahran Benefit Concert. A meeting of gentlemen desirous of organising a benefit conoert ou behalf of Mr R. Boyd, " Prahran's popular baritone," who has been suffering from ill-health, was held at Mr Fitzhenry's Windsor Club Hotel on Monday last. The movement has opened most auspiciously, there bring a vcyJarge attendance, and, judging by the generous help promUed, the movement should result in a good sum being raised. M<~ Boyd has always been to the fore in assisting evety case of charity in Prahran. The date of the benefit was fixed for October 2nd. Mr Howard Bradshaw was elected hon. secretary, M<- Zoe Solomon chairman, 1 Mr Fitzhenry hon, treasurer, Mr Batiste and Mr F. Batchelor stage ' managers, while the kind oners of Miss Po-^py \tkins and Mr Claude McIntosh were accepted as hon. pianists._

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