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Miss Amelia Banks' Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 7 September 1907

< Hiss Amelia Banks' Concert. < i -?- i A numerous and fashionable audience attended Miss Amelia Banks' Concert in the Prahran Town Hall, on Thursday, when a programme was given by her students, all of whom acquitted themselves remarkably well. Part songs made a pleasant feature of the evening, also recitations, violin and ñute selections by Miss Finn, Miss Flattely and Mr Weston Pett. Mr Brent Clark made on this occasion his first appearance, and possesses a fine bass voice, well produced. Miss Mitchell sang the beautiful quaint old song " Nymphs and Shepherds," with good effect. Miss Nelle Brown won a warm encore for her very difficult number, and Miss Schnabel was also recalled for ber selection. " Per Sempre " found a fine exponent in Miss Williams, whilst Miss Beddome and Miss Harris won great favour with the audience. Miss Mimi Trail is to be congratulated on her pronounced success in the "Indian Love Lyrics " and Kathleen Mavourneen." Miss Banks has ever...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Princess' Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 7 September 1907

Princ68s' Theatre. At the above popular theatre, Mr Julius Knight and Mr J. C. Williamson's new English Dramatic Company are to be seen every even ing in the delightful historic romance, " Robin Hood." In the name part Mr Knight excels himself, and is we'l supported bv the oth-r members of the company. Dalightful incidental music b interspersed throughout the piece. Good h mses have assembled nightly to greet old favorites.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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All Saints', St. Kilda. MEN'S SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 7 September 1907

AU Saints', St. Kilda. MEN'S SERVICES. On Monday evening last the Ven. Archdeacon Crossley and the Men's Service Committee gave a very enjoyable smoke social in the school hall. There was a good number present, and a pleasant evening was spent, the members of the choir, under the direction of Mr H. J. Inge, giving a programme of songs and glees. The social was arranged so that the men attending these services could become better known to each other, and it really served its purpose, as everyone seemed to make them selves at home. Light refreshments were served, and taken altogether it was an evening well spent.

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Armadale Baptist Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 7 September 1907

Armadale Baptist Literary Sooiety. The above society was largely patronised last Tut-sday. on the occasion of a Icc are by the Rev. Alexander Gordon, M A., on '* Recent An i a> ct io Discoveries." The lecturer, with the aid of several maps, traced the history of south polar discovery , from its inception up io the recent i expedition of Captain Scott. Mr j Gordon gave a very gnod des rip» .rt of the glaciers an t fie<ds of ice that exist in tbeee regions, and detailed the trials and dancers through whioh the daring discoverers passed. Th« lecture was one of interest and instruction.

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

CQAGULINE, KLINX. TENA SITINE. Cements for broken and other articles.

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

Prahran Band' Concert. On Monday evening next, in the Prahran City Hall a grand compli mentary concert is being tendered to the P< ah- an City Band, in aid of the uniform fund,by Mr Bruce D'ysdale's Concert Company and members of the Australian Artists' Association. A lengthy and varied programme has been arranged, and there will no doubt be a very large attendance Pictures by the new American bio graph will also be shown.' Prior to the concert a parade of massed bands (Melbourne, bt Kilda and Prahran), comorising loo performers, will march along Chapel-street from the Windsor railway station, stepping off at 7 40 sharp.

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

." BHSrï' aPpoÍDtment tf&> And patronised by to His EXCELLENCY THE .<Jr atSS&x " ." ' GOVERNOR. ~ SIB WILLIAM JERVOIB. ORTHOPAEDIC INSTITUTE. Tel. 48S8 Central Established 1868. JOHN ROSIER, FOOT SPECIALIST, CHIROPODIST and SURGICAL BOOTMAKER. PERFECT FEET PRESERVED in THEIR PBISTINE BEAUTY. CORNS, BUNIONS, INGROWING TOE-NAILS, TELEPES. INVERTED TOES. (ONT« AC I ED SINEWS, &c., and ALL MALFORMATIONS in CHILD KEN or ADULTS FEET CURED or BELIEVED and HIDDEN. WALKING MADE A PLEASURE, INSTEAD of MISERY and PAIN. ROSIER'S PEDENTIA for CHILBLAINS. HOSIER'S PATENT NIGHT 8UPPORTS for CHILDREN, INSTRUMENTS, &c. . NOTA BENA1 GREAT TOES STRAIGHTENED and BUNIONS reduced WITH SPECIALLY PATENTED BOOTS, admitting FREEDOM in WALKING a FASHIONABLE BOOT, while PROCE8S of STRAIGHTENING the FEET 13 GOING ON by Mr. John ROSIERS SPECIAL MAKE. 246 Swanston Street, Melbourne (Next Nunan Bros.). Rosmarium Hair Tonic« QAflmânnm contains, in the first place, a...

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

" The Result of Having a Good Namer J. C. HUTTON respectfully requests the Public when purchasing bis " 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 WIPE WANTED ner nasband to S° tQ Shoddy for a Cheap Suit. "No," said he, " the Prahran Tailor for me." Result-Wife pleased ; ordered a Costume ; sent her friends. The latest Advices, Fashions, &c, monthly, NOTICENEWADDRESS WILLIAM TRIGG. Th° P,,^ T^I", 224 m&E^mmm IOÂO, One door from Chapel Street, Prahran. Established 23 years at Commercial Hoad, near Market. Tell Everybody. Keep bis for Reference. Premiers 190"-The Prahran Tailor % St- Kilda F- &

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The Staudard SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7ST, 1907. MAYORAL ALLOWANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 7 September 1907

Tb« Staudard SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7ST, 1907. MAYORAL ALLOWANCES. Every August, ia every shire, town; borough tad city, when the tune-arrives for the annual election of Mayor or President, a question t that becomes a burning one is, What is an adequate allowance for the head of the municipality ? In reality, the question is a difficult one to answer. Why ? Because, what might prove sufficient for one Mayor to carry through on would prove wholly insufficient for another. In the first instance a man might not be in possession of a bulky private purse, and is therefore compelled to limit his expenditure within the amount of remuneration granted him ; whilst in the second illustra tion quoted, a Mayor for the time being might be in possession of this world's riches in abundance, and to such a one, presuming his generosity was V unbounded," an allowance of the usual description could only be likened to a needle in a haystaok. Again, supposing Mayor A and Mayor B start off to fulfil the soc...

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High-street Tramway. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 7 September 1907

High-street Tramway. Councillor Skinner, at the Prahran Council meeting on Monday, stated that he Lad that day had an interview with the Premier in regard to the formation of a trust to control the High-street tramway. He reminded the Premier that 12 months ago he had promised to introduce a bill to form a trust, and it was probable that he would now do so, although be did not express himself as being altogether favourable. The Tram way Conference, at its last meeting, was not disposed to accept the Premier's idea to have level crossings, but preferred to pay the ^"13,000 towards the cost of regrading the railway line.

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Rev. J. T. Evans, of St. Kilda. A FAREWELL SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 7 September 1907

ROY. J. T. Eyang, of St. Kilda. A FAREWELL SOCIAL. On the evening of Thursday, August 29. a farewell social was tendered to the Rev. J. T. Evans. : who has relinquished the charge of the Blanche-street Baptist Church, St. Kilda, after many years of service. The social w*s held in the church, and was attended by a large number of friends and well wishers of the rev gentleman. The chair was occupied by Mr J00. Turner, and amongst those seated on the platform were ; the R«w. W. Clark, Baptist Union ; 1 Rev. Dr. Watkins, Wesleyan ; Rev. Stephenson, M. v., Congregational ; and Mr J. T. Bagley, of Richmoad. Apologies were read from the Bev. R. Du tench. Rev. Canon Sadlier. Rev. O. Knee, ReT. Mr R iss, Rev. G. H. Balfour, Rev. J. Danglow (Rib-u nf the Jewish community), and Mr H. Gyles Turner. In the course of the evening many eulogisio references were made to the excellent work done by the Rev. Mr Evans during his residence in St. Kilda. Dr Walkin said Mr Evans had done earnest work for t...

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TRAMWAY PROJECTS. Dandenong Road Line. REPORT BY MESSRS NOYES BROS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 7 September 1907

TRAMWAY PROJECTS. -«. Dandenong Road Line. REPORT BY MESSRS NOYES BROS. At the meeting of the Prahran Counoil on Monday evening a cop) of a report by Messrs Noyes Brother was received from the St. Kild« Council on the proposed electric tram way along Dandenong-road fron Chapel-street, extending in an east erly direction to Glenferrie-road. Ir their report Messrs Noyes Brothers state that the proposed tramway should be considered as a branch o: extension of the proposed Prahran Malvern system, joining ir at th< intersection of Wattletree-road anc Dandenong-road to Chapel-street It is considered that four cars coule maintain a 7¿min. service during bus\ hours, and two cars a 15min. servia during the slack hours. The esti mate of the cost of const ruction of th< Dandenong line was :-Perm an en way (one mile, open ballast), ¿"0 360 overhead construction (steel polts) £2,14.0; feeders,¿"1,100; rolling s.cck ¿"6,000 ; contribution to car shed ant sub-station, ¿"1,200...

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Prahran Mayoral Return Ball. GENERAL COMMITTEE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 7 September 1907

Prahran Mayoral Retara Ball. GENERAL COMMITTEE MEETING. A meeting of the general com mittee in connection with the recen » complimentary return ball to the ex Mayor, Councillor Walter Flintoft, J P, was held on Saturday evening last, when the chairman of the executive committee (Major G. W. Watson) reported that notwithstand ing the increased expenditure incurred on the ball, and the fact that the acting-Mayoress (Mis9 Michell) was presented with a diamond brooch as a souvenir of the event, there still remained a credit balance of some £71. The chairman stated that, subj ct to the approval of the general committee, the execu tive proposed, alter allowing for an honorarium to the honorary treasurer, and an engrossed letter of thanks to the honorary secretary, to expand the balance on an illuminated address to Cr Flintoff, and also present him wi-h his portrait in oils S ibsjquîntly the repart was adopted. Mr A. Drakard co gr*tulated the executive on the splendid success oí the ball, ...

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MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 7 September 1907

MALVERN. The Malverc-Prahran Tramway I Conference on Monday evening also submitted to the Malvern Council three resolutions for their adoption, viz.:- "(a) That Mr A. Williams, of Messrs Williams and Matthews, Melbourne, be appointed to assist Councillors Dobson (Prahran) and Cameron (Malvern) in the preparation of a bill for presentation to Parlia ment for the purpose of constituting the necessary tramway trust." "(b) That it is desirable that the level crossing at the High-street railway gates should be abolished.""(o) That applications be invited in Sydney and Melbourne for the position of consulting engineer of the trust." The reoommendations were then agreed to.

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Malvern Coondil. Monday, September 2nd, 1207. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 7 September 1907

Malvern Coondil. I -*- 1 Monday, September 2nd, 1207. Present-Mayor Ellis, and Crs Parslow, Cameron, Cornwall, Wei er, Edgar, Dunlop, Wilson, Holmes and Carrol!.

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

HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS. Diseases and casualties inci dental to youth may be safely treated by the ase ol these excellent Medicaments according to the printed directions folded ronnd each pot and box. Nor is this Ointment alone applicable to external ailments ; conjointly with the Pills it exercises the most salutary influence in checking inflammations situated in the interior of the body ; when rubbed upon the back aud chest it gives the most sensible relict in asthma, bronchitis, pleurisy, and threatening consomption. Holloway's remedies are especially serviceable in liver and stomach complaints. For the cure of bad legs, all sorts of wounds, sores, and likewise ecroftla and scorbutic alf écrions, this Ointment produces a cooling and soothing feeling most acceptable to the sufferer. Ll MSEPD COMPOUND * The .Stockport Remedy* for coughs and colds Of 40 years' proven efficacy. The Royal Agricultural Show concludes to-day.

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RAILWAY DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 7 September 1907

RAILWAY DEPARTMENT. A. letter was received from th Bailway Department, in replj stating that in view of ail the circum stances, the Commissioners conside it inadvisable to alter the presen train service relative to the G en I<i line.-The letter was received, am regret expressed that the Departmen could not sie its way to grant thi request. DEPARTMENT OF LANDS. The Departmant cf Lands wrote ' stating that the net proceeds fron reserves under control of trustees o committees cf management, must b< expended on such reserves. BIVER YARRA A letter was received from the Cit) of Richmond, asking the council tc appoint two representatives to attend a conference, to consider the désira bi i i ty of recommending the Govern ment to give full contra' of the Rivet ¡Yarra to the Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works. Crs Cameron and Cornwall were appointed to represent Malvern. RAILWAY REGRADING. The Town of Caulfield wrote, suggesting that the proposed re grading of rai...

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

V PaHaetlySateaaa HIM, especially M M aáaattt for CHILDREN. « Keating's I Worm I Tablets I MT A purely vegetable Eirectroeal, famishing H H AmostagrccabfeineAhodofadinùrëteniic fl V the only ^-rr*~i remedy Car Intestiual or U m Thread Worm*. ? ? Sot* ia Thu hr ?» Dr-girt», m ; ltopriator: TWMMS KtJiTIMC^Uaé^. f

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Cr Bangs Entertains his Election Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 7 September 1907

I Cr Bang« Entertain! his j Eleotion Committee. S I -? ! On Wednesday evening last Gr S. ' Bangs entertained bis election com mittee at a social in the Arcade Hall. The committee bad been the means of placing Cr Bangs at the head of the poll for the Prahran ward eleotion of the Prahran Council on August 22nd. The guest was generous in his hospitality, the tables being well stocked, and the evening was passed in a very pleasant manner. After the usual loyal toast had been honored, Cr Bangs proposed the health of the chairman of his committee (Mr Smith). During the campaign they were indebted to a large extent to the energy instilled by their chair man, who kept the committee well together, smoothed over little difficul ties, and also kept the pace going. In complimenting the chairman he (Cr Bangs) complimented the com mittee, for he knew he had one of the best committees any candidate in Prahran had had for the last ten years, and he could say something about that, both from a defeat...

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St. Kilda City Band. ENTERTAINED BY MR AGAR WYNNE, M.H.R. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 7 September 1907

St. Kilda City Band. ENTERTAINED BY MR AG AB WYNNE, M.H.R. The members of the St. Kilda City Band were entertained by Mr Agar Wynne, M.H.R., at a smoke social in the band room, Marlborough street, last Monday evening, in celebration of the third anniversary of the band. In addition, there was a number of representative citizens present, in cluding Mr Mccutcheon, M.L.A. The bandsmen appeared in uniform. Mr A. Apps, in proposing the health of Mr Wvnne, mentioned that it was very satisfactory that the band was celebrating it s third year of existence, as it had overcome many difficulties. Mr Wynne had assisted them very much. (Applause) Mr Agar Wynne» who was heartily received, said he thought that the band had done wonderfully well ia three years. He advised them to take the Besses o' the Barn Band as an example. They ought not to be content to be the best band in St. Kilda ; they should try to be the best in the Commonwealth of Australia. When they took prizes at'competi tions they m...

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