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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 27 October 1906

LINUM CÄTHARTiCUM PILLS, of Mountain Flax. Agreeably Aperient Worthy of trial. LINSEED COMPOUND' The ' Stockport Remedy' for coachs and colds ~0f 40 years' proven efficacy. LINSEED COMPOUND' Trade Mark ol Kay'« Camrxmnd Kssence of Unsee I, Tor ci 1 a ami coMs. ^ârTO SOAP Por Meâicmijtoîlé, and Nursery ü>> A. TILLEY, South Yarra | tjfflítt¡*'far .riwsns and "Yirelíet to A^Urrvand AU Sporting Requisites : AND ' Cricket Materials. J. Ii-* SMITH, The Sports Emporium, LSß Elizabeth Street MELBOURNE . Catalogue of Sporting Requisite free any address. Jacks- Iowcley is aa exceedingly cautious .man, doolt you think i Johns - Cautious ! Why. be wouldn't pay a compliment without getting a receipt for it.. %U«S£E0 COttfttfftO.-' ol 1U yea« roven efficacy, for coogee, oolds, asthma pro and bronchitis, <fcc. ".Hullo, BHkins : Who are you woik ïngïor now ?'* "Sante peojlï-a wife and five children.'' THE UNRIVALLED KILLER. 1 FATAL TO INSECT UFaV Hanotes to EtecythiaE Else. SaM m T...

Publication Title: Malvern And Caulfield Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOOD INTENT V. MINERVA. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 27 October 1906

> ? ... ? -!. .. . GQOU INI EXT V. MINERVA. There was a first class exposition of. cricket in the Good Intent and Minerva match at Faivkner Park, andgaftcr a great tussle resulted in Good intent winning hy one run on thehtst innings. On Saturday Good loterit-made 122-Briuiugham 17, Jones r 1 and W. Kerley 9 not out, .while J. Gow S and G. Mains 54. was the. b=si partnership, Gow never missed a chance to give Mains the strike. For Minerva . F. Winslow and Itosengrave did same good work in-the field, while H. "Gösch 3 for 39 ajgd^Winslow 2 for 51 were the best ?boïvjfersV, With three-quarters of am hour to bat Minerva took the willow without loss of time. Huns were made wi h ease and at the drawing of stumps 3 wickets bad fallen for the creditable score of 73 runs. It was a meritorious performance, H. Gosch 13* W.'Goich 15, H. Spinks 22 and Jackson 19 not out. In every respect it was an interesting and enjoyable contest. Secretary Wedlike looked after' the welfare of the visitors, ...

Publication Title: Malvern And Caulfield Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOSPITAL SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 27 October 1906

HOSPITAL SUNDAY. To-morrow is Hospital Sunday, and all over the metropolitan area, at places of public resort, bands will discourse music as a remind :r to people not to forget that it is a time when their charitable propensities should be brought to the forefront in a practical and generous manner. A very heirty response is anticipate-! to this year's appeal on behalf cf the hospita'*. Hospital Sunda}-, it shoulJ bc renumbered, places all on an equality in thc ti..and il and social sense, for then it is that the widow's mite is just as welcome-ajc, pos sib'y more so-than the larger donation of t ho individual wi h a big cdil balance at his barrkers. How ever, all will generously cont'ibu'.e their Bhare, and there is every pro bability that this year's collections will exceed these of the previous year. To-morrow being Hospital Sun day, the Prahran Ciry Brass Band in'cn j hiving a Church I'arade, and will attend St. Matthew's Church in the morning. They will accompany the singing of...

Publication Title: Malvern And Caulfield Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUIOOF Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 27 October 1906

»tri oo*. G UE&TI DISPLAY BY TOORAK : '-. i>¡ The Loyal Toorak la.t Saturday defeated rlie febse' ot" Brunswick: ^fey i S wickets ard 209 nins on the first v. innings. ^The^chief ff a ure oE^bje % match was the splendid performance ¿| bv B. Hatlierall 74 ; . r>. Pasqae .45 Ví| anJ W-. Pockejt 114 both, not ont;Vf The previous Saturday Toorak bail loEt 4 for 3 S and last Saturday *£a8 ; 5 runs .were, compiled for the loss, pf one wicket, although their. &at season, Toorak may claim to have passed the stage of potential cham pions ; and established a record which ?seems beyond defeat. For the Bose Pe^cival.took 3 wickets for 46 and

Publication Title: Malvern And Caulfield Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 27 October 1906

' ! j Soáth. ßufcurtaii. Cburche^ C.ickit i ! , Association, ! |-at ^ _ ' I A line sunny day awaited crieke'ors : last Saturday, w.'ien they took the I field. Several cl the games are in a very interesting-stage, while -others seem already won or lost ; however, the uncertainty of cricket is the cause perhaps of its popularity, which will make?last Saturday's failures more keen to make up leeway to-day. Armadale Pres.i one of the strongest batting teams of last year, were on Saturday all.disposed of for 4 runs. TJiey blanïe the concrete pitch. The Armadale players,however,ha\ e made a better start in the second attempt. Club secretaries are reminded tim I all reports must be sent in on the Saturday night, care of W. Davies, Estate Agent. Chapel streit. The highest scores last Saturday were :-First Grade-J. H. Clarke 'iSv Tr Withcombe is (Mt. Erica); H.-Dajrev jo, N. McGorlick 35 not out^fefiiatthew's) ; A Ford 32, S EÚ%'%fA. Woodful 24 (Punt Road); S^iä^mson^o, T. Morphet 21 (Ali, S...

Publication Title: Malvern And Caulfield Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CR T. SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 27 October 1906

Cß T. SMITH. > j Cr Smith, the selected Labor can didate, addressed a crowded public meeting in the Prahran Town Hall on Thursday evening last, the Mayor, Cr Fi in toft, occupying the chair. The candidate, at the outset, announced himself as a Labor candidate. He enumerated the various planks of the Labor Party's platform, explained them in de:ail, and intimated his close adhesion to them all. He was for " solid Protection " every time, an opinion which he had held during I his past political career. His views,: ' therefore, had not changed. He specially favored the "new Protêt»' tion," which, amongst other things, would ensure a better share of the' rewards of Protection for the workers than hitherto. He considered that ' the gre it struggle of the future would' j be between Ffeetrade and Protection. , He favored a State Bank of Issue. I He regretted that the Federal Parliament had not settled the ques> tion of taking over the State debts. In conclusion, Cr Smith asked for th...

Publication Title: Malvern And Caulfield Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 27 October 1906

PWOTHEJj mELBDURME PttWF Make Strict Investigation. WE COURT INQUIRY. The Case of Hr. ft. W STAPLETON ( By a Local Ret-o 1er ) Tn;..-: view s tis instrument s for educat- . -.Uji tho minds cf tho masses. ¡ind tf.ich in¡: them to think, reflect ¡un! observe. . mr t hemselvo-. ar< only second in i ni - : po ri ance to Xiii- pivs< Itself. Th-y (Ml .M.- lin- people Ul como f ix- KI t ic- nilli ! ». i viceablo fact- th:u th. y mini.I prob ably never otheri i-o li,.ir if. .iud what a !<>" >UP'I as those supplied !>v Mr. Alfred Will..1111 Stapleton v.. nl.t "h. t,. lin- < om in ti ii i ! \ . S|M-¡i k i ntr in Iiis ow II llolllc ;|t Nil. VJ Lilli.- KI"Ot-st loot. FltK rnv. Mr. Stapl.-ton -1iii in n-ply lo our n-pro-i utativo I ilo ni.t mind in tli<- least telling yon abuni HIV lat.- inlinnil ies. Wail-. 'lu ll records as [mr..- must -iiioiy li.- ;i In-lp to anybody reading li. I aui :i : painter lu ti.-ni.«, .uni I -.if>|>...

Publication Title: Malvern And Caulfield Standard
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Prahran Ladies' Benevolent Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 27 October 1906

Prahran Ladies' Benevolent I Society. j Tue committee of the Prahran, South Yarra and t oorak Liddies' 3enevolent Society report having relieved 121 cases weekly during the fortnight ending 1 Stli i VI lite cases numbered 143 adults and 124 children. The adults com prised (Vs widows, 3 de-erted wives, 22 mani' <I toupies. I.'i autd and Kiowie io diviitnals, and 1-" «ives whose husbands are away. I lie ex[ euiliture for the foitniLlit «asJWG Ti- lld. Assistance in c otiiiD<; may be sent tn "Airlie.' Lara street, .-outh Yarra, aud in luODey to the Hou. Tica.surtr. ' havtLst urp,' Dande . m y H a.i, rruatíaíi . or tho Hon. St ci el m y, ' Kl'.erti ll.' L.insel road, U'lirnk. Curien the past fortnight tiö visit- tc casts ut illness aiujuyst the poor «ere paid by Nurse Mjaw. XÏI i t.: m Ki-soM o\ IlrRin DAV ri it . nly i- iii-es ii t.liri'l of intense iutevest am MIL; -e."tiii._: . ru^ if. causes a lin ti i- .-I i \> ilenn ut tin ijuu;!iiiMt I-. ii L; - 'tr-.' a-...

Publication Title: Malvern And Caulfield Standard
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Perambulation Day in Prahran. An Old-Time Custom. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 27 October 1906

Peranabilation D*y ia P ahran. j An Oíd-Tinte Custom. | On Thursday last the Mayor (Cr W. Flintoft) and councillors of Prah ran carried out the ancient custom of " beating the bounds " of the city. Starting from the Town Hall in a drag, the party, under the guidance of Mr A. M. Mortley (Town Clerk) and the acting city surveyor, visited ali spots of interest in the municipality - north, south, east, weBt, and central. Extra atten tion was given to works in progress, proposed works, and lands that were under offer to the council as recreation reserves; The tour should prove educational to the councillors who participated, and, as a natural sequence, beneficial to the ratepayers. At 1.30 the party sat down to luncheon at the Town Hall, when Parliament was represented by Cr Thoa. Lu\ton, M.L.C, and Mr Norman Bayles, the newly-elected representative for Toorak in the State Parliament. Officers ot the corporation also participated in the luncheon. The usual toasts wore proposed and honore...

Publication Title: Malvern And Caulfield Standard
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Tradesmen at Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 27 October 1906

Tf&deamen at Cridket. Prahran Trades met the Sandringham Trades on Wednesday last, at Sandring ham. The seasiders beat the. Prabranjtes by 12 runs, the scone«, being-Sandring ham 65, Prahran 53. Mr Kirkwood has been elected captain of Prahran Trades Club cricket team, Mr White vice-captain, arjd -Mr J- H. Furneaux secretary. MATCH AGAINST PRAHRAN^ Couscy.. Next Wednesday Prahran Trades play the council and officers at Toorak Park. HOLLOWAY'S O INT MEN C AND PILLS need only a single kf al to make known their capabilities. No outside son or inward inflammation can long withstand the cooling, purifying and j bealing influences exerted by these twin Medicaments- Be the mischief recent ! or chronic, great or aught, painful dr j simply annoying, it will snccrunblbefore the curative virtues ot these remedies, which can be rightly applied by any person who will attdutively read their accompanying directions, which : axe, void of all technical terms, and printed in the most legible c...

Publication Title: Malvern And Caulfield Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A.N.A. Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 27 October 1906

A N A. Exhibition. j ta connection with the forthcoming Exhibition of Australian Manufac tures -and Products, to be held in Melbourne in January next, rapid progress is being made. Exhibitions of the kind are being held by the A.N.A. for the purpose of carrying out one of the principal parts of its policy, viz., the encouragement of local industries. Members of (he local branch have been asked to assist in the work that is being done, and they, recognising its national character, - will doubtless throw themselves lieartjly into, the move ment, and make strenuous efforts to uphold the reputation of the Associa tion tn connection with this important national movement, which tfiey are fostering and endeavouring to bring to a state of consummation. The managing committee has already re ceived applications-which will cover 5000 square feet more than the whole space occupied at the Exhibition he'd I in January last^while the closing date for receiving applications is not due until the ist...

Publication Title: Malvern And Caulfield Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 27 October 1906

T8X.SFS0OTE 163 WIWM02. MOUNT ERICA STORES. WEI 3HT AND QUALITY H. ST IGG A NTS AND SON, LATE L. W. TANKARD AND CO., WHOLE8ALE ANO RETAIL Chaff, Grain, General Produce, WOOD and COAL MERCHANTS. CORNER OF HIGH-ST. AND WILLI AMS RD. WEIGHT AND QUUITY. Ttoduce of all descriptions, and every Stare Requisite at Lowest Rates. AH classes Wood and Coal, &c. at Lowest Cunent Rates. < Trial will confirm (bat we cannot be beaten in any class of Goods. Telephone 15j Windsor. MOUNT ERICA STORES. Corner Sigh-It l£& _ "william* Bead._ It is Unquestionably r A FACT That you are missing one of the Greatest Pleasures in life by not using A GAS STOVE. For n-.t only do-s a Gas Stove Cook infini e'y BETTER, QUICKER and CHEAPER ihan is possible with any other appliance, but it also S WES aa immense amount of LABOUR. Gas Stoves on Rental from J 6 per month, or Hire Purchase Terms, 20 ? Deposit, Monthly Instalments from 216 each. No Charge for Fixing. FREE COOKING LESSONS at Head...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 27 October 1906

G. PLEASANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL. STREET, PRAHRAN (S'iarly oppaailcLtrie Arcjie) B»ps to draw attention to a few of hi* Special Hemediep, which caa be confidently recommended, haring, grovïd themselves ts bc highly f ffi/>ctout ia the tarious ailments mentioned. *" Red). Kur r^tnovine Ha'd or S'.t Corns. This well-established preparation has been improve! by the addition .if an ingredient wrh. -li auists materially iu wincing thc discomfort mcally occasioned by m i*' c ¡ra eire«. PEIOE lt par Bottle OT3PEPSXCUSE. A compound of Butnuth and Pepsin»' with I.ivr Stimulant» and (Laxatives for Indigestion. Bilious, Liver and St union Corupla'rm, Gid I i ness. Set Headache, Flatulence, H'a.tburn, and all ili^ .rdi'rs arisiu^ from daran^emeut of the_digesti»e organs. This preparan' n has ii ea ^ wn w;th a'nvi^t unfa;lia<r gaece^ in cases of rr«p"p8ia. Ciironie (¡a=trir. Oa'ar: h. triscris irritation »¡th svknes«. an i in »ho«e uoubl.fotne an.I .lilli "lt ca-rs .R fi.,x sedent...

Publication Title: Malvern And Caulfield Standard
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Prahran Trades Club. ANNUAL MEETING ON WEDNESDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 27 October 1906

li-. ¡«fe'.'- ?:-;.-.>:. ?? .-- .' The annual meet ing oí the above äub ^s tb 1^ hèld^' Weâneâaày éyening ¿exL* From the ftnntiâl te port, which is to be presented to »he meeting, we extract the gowing; /The commutée,in presenting the members with the annual report »nd balance-sheet, .desire to congratulate theni on the continued financial pros perity of the club, i ' Members -T-hè'roil for the year dosed with -132, as compared with 13"i for last .year. The committee regrets that inore of the members do not see fit to get their friends to join, as for the last few years the mem bership bas beep, virtually stationary. Billiards-The receip s trpni thc tables for "the yeïr amounted to ¿"202 12s. being £26 l*t 6d less than the previous twelve months. The inter-club shield, was won by up for the first time during the past season, and that'trophy is at p»es nt in our custody. We have again io congra tulate Mr Gardiner on the fact that he went through the season with' an unbeateai3£G0r4...

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