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The Standard SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH, 1907. A Progressive Move. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

The Staadard SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH, 1907. A Progressive MOTO. If the reader bad been present at the adjournment of the conference held on Monday last between the Prahran and Malvern councils in regard to the tramway question, and heard the enthusiastic cheering, the appeals made to sink all past diffe- rences, the perorations about a silver lining showing up among the dark clouds, and many other expressions and compliments of a like character that the city fathers lavishly handed round among themselves, he would be inclined to arrive at the conclusion that, dating the time from Monday last-one hardly likes to be so ungenerous as to look back to the time when the tramway was first mooted-that the prospects of the tramway being constructed within a "reasonable time" are now vary bright. At all events, both councils were enthusiastic over the matter, A draft agreement for the creation ol a trust was passed, and the hour oi midnight had chimed before the last of the Malvern councillo...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Perseverance Tent, I. O. R. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

Perseverance Tent, I.O.R. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above Tent was held in the Rechabite Hall on Tuesday evening last, Bro. E. R. Stafford, CR., pre- siding over a fair attendance of members and visitors. Four new members were elected, and several nominated. Correspondence from several Tents was received, and routine business transacted. I nterest was shown by the members in the balance-sheet for the quarter, which was submitted by Bro. A. E. McMickeo, on behalf of the auditorä. The statement showed the financial position of the Tent to be extremely sound. The credit to the sick and funeral fund is ¿"6907/2/2, and to the contingent fund ^"59/3/4, or a grand totai of ¿"7026/5/6. During ' the quarter the funds have increased ¡ by nearly ^"ioo, and the membership now stands at 450. During the evening a paper describing the Emblems of the Order was read by the secretary, Bro. J. H. Furneaux, and proved oí interest to the \ members. j

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Mr Calder's Recent Trip Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

I Mr Calder's Recent Trip Abroad. In regard to the trip abroad which Mr VV. Calder, city surveyor of Prahran, a few months ago made in order to purchase the refuse destruc- tor, and otherwise enquire into matters of municipal concern, and on which he based an interesting and instructive report on his return, he has received the following communi- cation 'rom Mr Gibson Thompson, editor of " The Surveyor and Municipal and County Engineer," the official organ of the municipal engineers of Great Britain :-" Dear Mr Calder,-I am duly in receipt of your report, upon which I venture to congratulate you. I so much appre- ciate the information it presents that I purpose to use it at length in this journal in the interest of your confreres, who will. I am assured, find it an invaluable survey of the present position of municipal engineering with which it deals." We also note that " The Municipal Journal and Engineer," of New York, quotes extensively from Mr Calder's report._

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

Mr J. H. Uren notifies in our advertising columns that he has purchased the business lately carried on by Messrs Uren and Nankivell, cash and family butchers, 91 High street, Prahran, and trusts to merit a continuance of the patronage accorded the cid firm. LINSEED COMPOUND.' for coughs and ooids. fiases Asthma and re- lieves breathing.

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Japanese Village Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

Japanese Village Fair. The interior of the Salvation Army Barracks in Victoria-street, Prahran, was temporarily transformed during the past week into a miniature Japanese village, and the many sympathisers and supporters of the Army who visited the Barracks on either Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs- day or Friday evenings had a very realistic representation of a Japanese business mart. The idea of the transformation of the barracks was for the purpose of holding a sale of gifts, with which some four stalls were bountifully laden, fancy work of all descriptions, together with many useful articles of attire, predominating, the stalls being decorated with Japanese colours and emblems, while the lady assistants who made capable saleswomen, were attired in Japanese dresses. One portion of the hall was known as " Rebekah's well," which attracted a considerable number of purchasers. The tea kiosk, lolly stall, and ice cream depot did considerable business, and materially helped to swell the rece...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

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Armadale Baptist Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

Armadale Baptist Literary Sooiety. Last Tuesday week the above society was occupied with short read- ings from popular authors, which proved highly interesting, while on Tuesday last the final challenge debate of the session was held. The j subject under discussion was " That [ the establishment of an Australian Navy is desirable," the South Yarra Methodist Literary Society affirming, and the above society taking the j negative. Messrs E. Yandell, Capt. ! Forsyth and A. H. Woodfull, M.A., represented the Methodists, and Messrs J. Donald, H. Green and G. Twiss represented the Baptists. After a spirited debate the Armadale I Baptists were accorded a victory by the judge, Cr F. Cornwall, by 13 points. A vote of thanks was ac- corded the judge on the motion of the secretaries of the respective societies to which he suitably responded. Mr D. McEorie presided at both meetings. I During the year the above society I has held 4 inter-society debates, winning 3 and losing 1. I At the beginnin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

'LINSEED COMPOUND-' The ,Stookport Remedy' for coughs and colds Of 40 years' proven efficacy. LINSEED COMPOUND.' \ coughs and colds. Of provan efficacy for Bronchial Irritation.

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Police Sports and Carnival [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

Polioe Sports and Carnival 1 There was a good attendance at < the South Yarra Skating Rink on < Wednesday evening last, on the i occasion ot a police sports and car- | nival, which had been arranged in aid | ot Hospital Sunday. A splendid j programme of events had been ( arranged for the occasion, all of i which attracted good entries, and ¡ were keenly contested. The pro- \ gramme was a well varied one, and i there was not a dull moment during the evening, all the events being | commenced well up to time. The < potato, balloon and hoop races pro- voked a good deal of merriment, j while they also gave evidence of the i skill of the skaters. The contests for the most graceful lady and gentle- ] man skater, as well as that for the < most graceful couple skaters, were i items which were fully appreciated by the spectators, who warmly ap- ] plauded the skaters for any par- i ticularly graceful and intricate evoln- ! tions. The mile handicap ra...

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South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association i SPECIAL AND PERMIT COMMITTEE APPOINTED BY DELEGATES. Back row, reading from the left hand side, I R. A Ferguson. E. Westmore. T. A. Greensiil, N. Amiss. J. J. Finlay, R. Charrett, Pres» Corr. Chairman & Auditor. Auditor. Front Row-J.T.Packer, HOP. Donald Mackinnon, W. Davies. A. C. Greenwood, Hon. Sec. President. Vice-Pres. Hon. See. Jr. Treas, The South Suburban Churches* Cricket Association is about to enter upon its seventh season. It is remarkable the rapid progress made during the six , seasons it has existed. Thu Association is fortunate in having at its head the Hon. Donald Mackinnon, M.L.A. The secretary, Mr A. C. Green wood, has remained in office since IOOI, and to his zeal and ability the Association owes much of its success : latterly Mr Greenwood had associated with him Mr J. T* Packer, also an able and enthusiastic worker. A most generous offer has been made to the Association by one of its vice-Presidents, Mr E. O...

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CHAMPION JUNIOR FOOTBALLERS—AN UNBEATEN RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

CHAMPION JUNIOR FOOTBALLERS-AN UNBEATEN RECORD. ST. KILDA CHRISTIAN BROTHERS' COLLEGE FOOTBALL TEAM. In the spacious and well-appointed gymnasium of the Christian Brothers' College, Westbury street, St. Kilda East, on Friday evenin¿r,'6thJ¡nst., a pleasing and interesting function took place, viz., the celebration of an unbroken record for the present season, the boys having carried off the football championship and premiership of the Schools' Association of Vic- toria, B grade. The hall had been tastefully decorated for the festive occasion, the green banner of Ireland and the flag of the Australian Commonwealth flanking the banner of the college, in which the colours of the Alma Mater, dark and light blue, were blended, ai the foot being the motto, " Virtus Sola Nobilitas." During the evening the team was heartily congratulated on its meritorious performance. The results of the six matches played during the season by the team were as follows :-May 17, Malvern Grammar School, rg.21...

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ASSOCIATION PREMIERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

ASSOCIATION PREMIERSHIP. West Melbourne and Richmond , MC. ft a ^emi-vir.al contest on Satvsv i'.úy !a^, when the former club suc- ceeded in bsating the Richmondites. There was a la'ge attendance to j witness the match, and some fine football was shown on both sides. The final result was West Melbaurne, S gis 13 bbs (61 points) Richmond, jgls 7 hhs (37 points). j THE FINAL. j The final match for the premier ! ?hip takis place to-day between ! West Melbourne and Williamstown ? .. n the Rast Melbourne cricket \ ground.

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A St. Kilda Dance. IN AID OF THE WOMEN'S HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

Ä St. Kilda Dance. j j IN AID OF THE WOMEN'S HOSPITAL. _ I On Wednesday tveni.-i-r last a| cinderella dance was huid in iile . St. Kilda Town Hall ir. s:J < thT ¡ fund bç-inJ raised ly the La J y i Mayoress of Melbourne cn ^haif ol j the Women's Hospital. Th re wa^ 1 a large attendance, mid iii. ligand «' ! result will be ihit a s-.ib-itu :.'.: , amount will be barnie ! e ver '.o the Lady Mayoress. The L. rJ Mayor j and Lady Mayoress showed th; ir , interest in St. Kild^.'s t fforts to r?.ise j funds on behalf ci th?. Women's' Hospital by attending the danc-.s a:;i their presence was gieäll-.- appre- ciated, freliminary st^ps fer hol.i ing the dance wac tanen by the ex-Mayer and Mrs Harry li. Gibbs, and they were asistei by a vcrv energetic ?. M! t-nthu:ias;ic buoy of worker?. A committee was formed ; Miss Beatrice Horwiiz and M" A. J. i Conqutst were appointed joint hon. secretaries, and Mr J. Maasdyk and Cr Gibbs joint hon. treasurers. Miss Horwitz and the gentlemen nam...

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Prahran and Malvern Tramway. A SUCCESSFUL JOINT CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

Prahran and Malvern j Tramway. A SUCCESSFUL JOINT ! CONFERENCE. ¡ A conference of members of the 1 Prahran und Malvern Councils was h-'d on Munday night in the Pr*!iian Council Ctiatu:>cito dis.us:* the ? matters affecting the Prahran ! Malvern tramway. Thc Mayor of j Prahran (K.I Upton) v*as vote J to the ' chair. ! ! Thc; Ch jimmi said that ai ' ' agi eenuin hui been tiualiy drawn up i j l.t'o m the afternoon. It was sug- ¡ j gcr-U-d that t,liis siiouhl be discussed | I and i LO'iciiiíioa arrived a! ciuriug ? tne evening, lt would ht; submitted ' at a meeting of each council on ¡ Mondav, and ;he ssa's affixed. ! Xhercahcr, Mr lïent would be ap- ' preached it the earliest opportunity, | and asked that a bill be ¡ntrcducod j into Parliament. j Cr Knox, M H.H. (Malvern) paid a grateful compliment to the late ; committee which bad dealt with the ¡ question. Whatever differences had ' arisen in the past were due to extra ; zeal. He moved that the two councils be requested to adopt t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

MR A. WILSON, Consulting Herbal Specialist, Hours-io to i ; 2 LO 5 p.m. M.U.H.A. (Registered) 17 WALKER STREET, PRAHRAN. Send for free Booklet. Indi^-esii. n, Liver, Kidney, and Chronic Internal Diseases trtaad by tho moit Up-to-date Extracts. &c. NOTE-I am no rda:iv« of anyone of the same name in the same street. Mr Wilson's New Invention. Bí'-.N i (IMPOUND for the .->KIN and O) WPLiXMK. Send for descriptive circulare free by post to any address. > The Only Herbalist is at No. 17. The BLUE ARC LIGIITl is my sign. / COOKING STOVES. JONES, -314 PostOffice Place Rear General Post Office. Deal Direct with Manufacturers Sole makers "Melba," "Times," ''Harvester," « New Home/' "Daisy." 35/-. Direct Dealing saves Middlemen's Profit. Copper Boiler, Cast Iron Furnaces, Colonial Ovens. JONES,the Manufacturer, 314 Post Office Place. Telephone 108, Oity, ¡RS' COLLEGE, <«, ST. KILDA Tlie College is situated in Westbury Street, Dandenong Road. CALASSES ate in active prep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

TiiK«i\r AKTIA I IONS AVii HoVRsKWiss. All n littering from irrit.it i-in of the throat au.i hoarseness will be agreeably surprised ai ilic almost immediate relief atiorded by the use of "Brown s Bronchial Troches." Thcv famous " tozenses" are now sold by iiost respectable chemists in this country. !'eot)> troubled with a "hacking cough," a " s.i-ht ccld," ur bronchial affections, cannot try them too soon, as similar tioubles. if allowed to progress, tesnlt in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic affections, see that the Signatare of John I. Brown & Son is on every wrapper-Prepared by John I. Hrown Son. t'.osion. U.S.A. European depot, TA, Farringdon rood. Loe don, England. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS are admirably adapted for curiutr diseases incidental to females. At different periods of life women are subject to complaints which require a peculiar medicine ; and it is uow au indisputable, fact that there ia nothing so suitable for complaints of this nature as Holloway's Pills. For all...

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Mr Mortley's Retirement. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 28 September 1907

Hr Mortley'a Retirement. Ia connection with Mr Mortiey's retirement from the position of Town Clerk of Prahran, the most generous minded will admit that in being granted by the council a retiring allowance of ¿"SOO, he has been treated very handsomely. While there may be expressions of re- gret at the circumstances that oaused the Town Clerk to resign his position, there are not wanting signs that ratepayers feel that the amount of money granted to Mr Mortley is rather large. Mr Mortley is not an old servant of the council, and on that score could not claim auch generous treatment. ? A most successful musical and j dramatic entertainment was held in the Prahran Town Hall on Tuesday evening. September 24th, in aid of ' the funds of St. Martin's Church, 1 Hawksburn. Two comediettas, , " Barbara " and *. In an Attic," wsre excellently rendered by the Misses - Ethel Goddard and M. Huon, and t Messrs Deasey and Geo. Morgan, j Tbe audience thoroughly appreciated the beautiful rendering of...

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Perseverance Tent, I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 October 1907

Perseverance Tent, LO.R. The annual banquet of the above tent will be held on Tuesday evening next, in the Rechabite Hall, Prahran. A large attendance is anticipated. Messrs G. Fairbairn, M.H R.; the Hon. D. Mackinnon, M.L.A. ; the Hon. T. Luxton, M.L.C. ; Mr Norman Bayles, M.L.A. His Wor ship the Mayor (Cr H. Upton) and others have accepted invitations to be present.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 October 1907

Auction Sales. To-day (Saturday), Oct. 5, at 3 o'clock, on the premises, " Porte Bonheur," 40 Alfred street. Prahran, Messrs Dixon and Scott, in conjunc tion with Mr A. C. Greenwood, will se<l a brick villa, built on bluestone foundation, containing 8 rooms, some about 22ft x lift, and land 60 ft x 130 ft 9 in. LINSEED COMPOUND. coughs and oolds. Ea>as Asthma an t lleves breathing. .

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Benefit Concert to Mr Robt. Boyd. SUCCESSFUL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 October 1907

Benefit Concert to Hr Robt. Boyd. SUCCESSFUL EVENING. For yeats past Mr Robt. Boyd, who is the possessor of a good bari tone voice, has given his services in the cause of charity. Recently he has had the misfortune to be over taken by ill-health, and a number of citizens met together and resolved to tender Mr Boyd a grand benefit concert. Just the right sort of gentlemen took the matter in hand, and a strong committee wa« formed. When we teco'd that Mr Z:e Solo mon was appointed chairman of committee, success for the benefit was poetically assured, hut when we add tha: Mr Howard Bradshaw kindly undertook the duties of sec retary, success was doubly assured. Both Mr Solora n and Mr Bradshaw are real, right down practical men. If they say they are going to do a thing, they set to work and-do it ! Their names are synonymous with success. A moment's thought un hesitatingly impels jone to arrive at the r%al"conc4ufioafthat during ina past few years they have done giants* work in the swee...

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