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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 October 1907
All Sporting Requisites AND Cricket Material J. K. SMITH, The Sports Emporium, 136 Elizabeth-street, MELBOURNE Catalogue of Sporting Requisites free any address. Headache, Indigestion and Constipation. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERT. It -will interest sufferers to know, that a valuable medicino, called Froo toids, has been discovered, which is now completely curing each of tte above-named coniplaiuts. Frootoids are elegant in appearance, nud plea sant to t::'.:t\ and, what is of the ut most import.wwii, are thoroughly reli able in ;i£To:V.ii:g 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 when 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 far that they not only act as an ape rient, but do remove from the blood, tissues, and internal organs ...
Political Labor Council. PRAHRAN BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 October 1907
Political Labor Council. PRAHRAN BRANCH. Mr F. C, Maydom, secretary of the Prahran branch of the Political Labor Council, wrote as follows to the Prahran Municipal Council on Monday evening last : « I have the honour, by direction, to convey to your council the follow ing resolution which was carried by the Prahran branch of the Political Labor Council at a meeting held on Monday, 16th Sept., in the Empire Hall :-' That this branch commends the action of the Mayor of Prahran in convening a public meeting to protest against the increase in Federal member's salaries, and urges the Prahran City Council to initiate a popular movement to reduce the unnecessary expense of government by reducing the Mayoral allowance by £25°-' " The communication was received.
CRICKET. South Suburban Churches' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 October 1907
[ - CRICKET. South Suburban Churches' Association. As we go to press this popular and progressive association are holding an annual banquet at the Arcade Hall. The season opens to-day. The following are the engagements, each match to be played on ground of the first named club. FIRST GRADE. S October 5th and 12th.. All Saints' v. St. Matthew'* St. George's v. Malvern Presby terians Punt Road v. Mt. Erica Prahran Presbyterians v. Arma dale Wesleys Malvern Congregational v. South Yarra Baptists St. Alban's v. East Malvern Presbyterians St. John's v. South Yarra Presby terians SECOND GRADE. October 5th and 12th. St. Matthew's 2nds v. Prahran Independents Malvern Pres. 2nds v. Christ Church, South Yarra Mt. Erica 2uds v. St. Kilda Methodists Armadale Wesleys 2nds v. Arma dale Baptists South Yarra Baptists 2 ads V. Christ Church, St. Kilda South Yarra Church of Christ v. Armadale Presbyterians Malvern Methodists v. St. John's 2nds
BOWLING. Prahran Bowling Club's Green to be Opened To-Day. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 October 1907
BOWLING. Prahran Bowling Club's Oreen to be Opened To-Day. The formal opening of the Prahran Bowling Club's green takes place this afternoon at 3 o'cloek. The Hon. Donald Mackinnon, M.L.Á., President, and Mrs Mackinnon have ; issued invitations to a large number : of visitors. The green is situated at the Grattan street gardens, and Mr H. Rider, the energetic secretary, . has everything in tip top order for ¡ the opening ceremony. There is ; every evidence that the Prahran i Bowling Club will have a very suc cessful season. i
ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, Sept. 30. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 October 1907
ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, Sept. 30. Present-Mayor Upton, and Crsi Flintoft, Miller, Skinner, Naylor,! Dobson, Nicolson, Chambers,! Luxton, Bangs and Kelly. J IRON SAKE. It was resolved that an iron safe (Chubb's) be purchased for the Town Clerk's office, at an estimated cost of ¿"30. ' GENERAL CARTAHE AND STREET WATERING. On the recommendation of the public works committee, it was re solved-That Messrs Kelly Bros. having refused to sign their contracts for general cirtige and street water ing, the tenders of Messrs Jones, Internan and Brown, for 9s ed per day, be acsepted, and Kelly Bros.' deposit forfeited in accordance with the conditions. COAL CONTRACT. It was decided, on the recommen dation of the public works commit tee, that the offer of Messrs Jas. Paterson and Co. for the supplv of coal at presen; rates until the 31st December, 1907, be accepted. I'SI N STREET DRAIN. It was resolved -That the St.Kildi council be informed, in reference to tile proposed alterati...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 October 1907
MB A. WILSON, Consulting Herbal Specialist Hours-io to i ; 2 io 5 p.m. M.U.H.A. (Registered) 17 WALKER STREET, PRAHRAN. Send for free Booklet lediges: i in. Liver, Kidney, and Chronic Internal Diseases treated by the mo-t Up-to-date Extracts, &C. NOTE-I sm DO rsiaiive of anyone of the same Dame in the same street. Mr Wilson's New Invention. BRAN COMPOUND for tbe MC IN and (. O viPLfXlON. Send for descriptive circular ; free bv post to any address. 1 The Onlr Herbalist isac No. 17. The BLtJÈ TffRC LIGHT I is my sign. COOKING STOVES. JONES, -314 PostOffice Place Rear General Post Office. Deal Direct with Manufacturers Sole makers " Melba," ,f Times," *? Harvester," *' New ! Home," "Daisy." 35/-, Direct Dealing saves Middlemen's Profit. Copper Boiler, Cast Iron Furnaces, Colonial Ovens. -o JONES, the Manufacturer, 314 Post Office Place. Telephone 108, City. RECOMMENDED AND USED BY ALL GOOD NURSES For Sciatica, Lumbago. Influenza, Liver Complaints and Affections of the Throat an...
Prahran and Malvern Tramway. MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 October 1907
Prahran and Malvern Tramway. MALVERN. A special meeting of the Malvern council was held in the local council chamber on Monday evening last, I when there were present-Mayor j Ellis (presiding), and Crs Knox, I Parslow. Weller. Cameron, Corn wall, Edgar, Lewi?, Dunlop, Wilson, and Holmes. Mr Pirani, the council's solicitor, was also present. The meeting was called for the consideration of the report passed I by the recent joint conference be I tween the Malvern and Prahran councils s nd draft agrt ement for the construction of the proposed electric ! tramway between the two munici 1 palities. I Mayor Etiis said be was glad to I see so many members- of the council j present Cr Cameron moved the adaption of the report of the proceedings of the joint conference of the two coun cils held on the previous Monday. [ Cr Weller seconded the motion. I On a suggestion by Cr Lewis, it was decided to tate the different , clauses seriatim Cr Lewis moved an amendment io reference to clause 1 that t...
INFLUENZA JOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 October 1907
INFLUENZA JOYS. When vini'rv r.]?..-1 with a head like un ..!.! nu kettle. \nd '..mi' l'nm> thai haye btvn on lr.,' lack. Wt', II i '\rT^ ,>i i. and of molten \ ! i '-ri i.i 11 . 1 \ i 'iii doun your bark . Wh.-'i ,i spirey cold sit i \ fi*. specific .irr*! spinal. \l.ii."- i-ea.il mg and paper and pensa !.-.' i . ? .irr,- ,ii pa in. > on ma\ take iL a.- III.al V.'i v,- trot it-tili« fiend Influenza. l>h it lioi sn't improve or remove In ilu. Wilt TI a ir,.rd. v. ii 'a u. critical .Trill. He.a..-irks. ap:ti''i)s oj' th*' ¡K inv; ot Kay.,. That I-Ittra Hew owl. and nut in. Vu tho cadencie oí coughs, and of trtiianln shivers, And the SD-I-ZA* with a cons-loss ca lima, Vou wish the hot lead and iiiore raerrLiom-ri rivvrs Were his-or at least. ) nllacn/a Shot that door ' Theo a kind sympathiser says, ..WheiiV a l*w»r not a door .'"-(You collup*"). ^.-a-tscbcK^ . (Thai's a sm ive i. ard your iri.'iKl "OuUlew-Kn/ü " Says. 'iou sn.-.ve with sich inc. ' perhaps. Watrn^rian sneez...
SHEEP CONQUER WOLVES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 October 1907
SHEEP CONQUER WOLVES. -f 'lin- Unskan K'ey wolves travel in ¡ind i).'\cr r.Uack a man unless aiv lamisheil. The black Siberi an «MIII'S ¡jfi'iiirally travel in i>acks ul t ii lily or forty, with ono leader I'UI ut*.-rs sharjt, piercing yips, and .iii iii. nt lins in the herd keep silent. I a moat interesting contest v. !'ii .LI thi' Kenio peninsula 1 »et weeli i i .'i - i-i soi i'll Siberian wolle* and i.',.i ..li!:.' sheep I was completely .ist ni.r,ii; il \D se.- thés»» apparently dc 1. ,->,-!.- s sheep conic o 111 victiirious OM-.' I lui'- vcw". . i'\ii nielli s. ll was I a IV'IIHI :- ;. i li : ni; t hat later I :.>.-k a ? i. -\ MI lunn.-i's lu the -, '¡ .rn I >i,, u il them thc ca.cast's I h. > ? . I ti ?? . ; i Iv 11 io lin- mount ailis. 1'. ... wi I1:.-. H.. wander down to :!..? i i'.iL. r I !i.'i ar.- easily the prey the wohes lint on thc sleep . ]i.~- .m.! v'.Liueil paths ih.y haw: an ¡e ! \ a 111 a -c ¡ hal I h \ kilo« . I v. ,e 1 ra s ell i Li;- up a cannu o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 October 1907
Fritter- cj- Jdovpltet for Good, JP/inting. FOLLOW THE RIGHT TRACK Here ls a Safe Leader. The Case of Mr. TTJ. HOLLAND. (ßy a ¿>/>cctal Aefierier ) Mr. Thomas James Holland, or No. 156 Bridge-street, 1'ort Melbourne, is a native ot that suburb, and has always been in businrss there. " I am also," he explained to a reporter, " athletic in structor at- tho Cuuiicl s gymnasium, having held that position for the past tlire'j years." '" That ought to keep you in good fettle,'' said the scribe. "Oh. yes, but even exercise can be overdone. For instance, somo years ago I was overtrained and thoroughly run down, and you would hardly believe tile misery it led nie into. 1 d:d noe nave to L..oci; oh work altogether, but what I dit! H ¡is only accomplished with great diniculiv. for I lind loi . all my energy, ¡jOne doctor whom I consulted said 1 had heart weakues-i, ant thar. I had better "ive up ail violent exercise and rest as much as possible. This alamud rae, :IJ you may weil believe,...
The Standard SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5TH, 1907. Fawkner Park. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 October 1907
The Standard SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5TH, 1907. Fawkner Park. Cr Rupert Nicolson, at the I Prahran council meeting on Monday evening last, had another tilt at the way the Melbourne .authorities manage things in regard to Fawkner Park. Cr Nicolson complained that the trustees of the park had not kept a promise they had made to considerably reduce the number of cows allowed to graze in the park, and another instance of a woman being attacked by one of the cows had come under his notice. The trustees of the park (he said) were merely figure-heads. The Melbourne council took upon itself to allow cricket pitches to be made in the park, and curtailed the period within which the pitches were allowed to be used from September to April. That (considered Cr Nicolson) was an autocratic and dis [ graceful state of things, and it affected the whole of the local people. The I park was originally intended as a recreation reserve for the people, and it ehould be used as such, and not I given up to cattle...
CRICKET Prahran v. Northcote. New Parllion Wanted at Toorak Park. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 October 1907
CRICKET Prahran v. Northcote. New Pcvilkn Wat.ted at Toorak Park Tilt! cid fatui Ur uanirt of Hawksburn has in o Hi i a. 1 cricket circles been dropped, aud the clut> bene, forth plr.ys nuder the new title &lt; i lYa!i.--.u. Whilst this is HS it should liv. SM ! we c::unot forget thc O'HI esc:i-.lay» . f yore «ben the c'ub used t ' be i ' nwt il hy tin easer croud o; supporter*, AIW ntJíy hm! .1 r- rv! ti'.cil aftcriioru's v>n i i u . lu tho Boyle and i colt days lhere. «Vf some y ot ii us LuatcliiMII.1 njany a time tho "boys iviTii in a. ti;;ht comer, tut the uncertainties of crieket proved OVIT and "&lt;f r 8;;ain that a uii'cli wax urVt' lust uotil it wan won. Passing frcus j LJ ti in- to >t uior rimUs the o il c nb i-i ill worthily upheld its rt pudliou. aud more iliiu curr t xhibi'.ed pl«y ti a unique kimi. »nit n »o fit tis ." Hawksburn ' is coucciiifd it i&lt; ad over, aud under the in i e diguifit d cognomen they cutuiEenco a iii'« en,".Lid w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 October 1907
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS. With the chaneius season it is prudent for all to rectify any ailment afflicting them ; but it is incumbent on the aged, suffering under ulcerations and 6;ruilar debilitating causes, to have them removed or worse consequences will follow. This Ointment is their remedy ; ou its powers all may con- fidently rely ; it not only simply pots their sores out of Eight, but extirpates tbe source of mischief, extracts the corroding poison, and stimulates Nature to fill up the nicer with sound healthy granulations that will abide through life. Under this treatment bad legB soon become sonnd, scorbutic skins cast off their scales, and scrofulous sores cease to annoy. For Medical.Toilet, and Nursery ase . A. TILLEY, South Yarra
All Saints' Church, East St. Kilda. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 October 1907
AU Saints' Church, East St. Kilda. The bazaar given by the members of the All Saints' Guild in aid of the funds of the Gregory Memorial Hall, was continued on Saturday afternoon and evening last, and was an un- qualified success, both from a financial and social standpoint. The vicarage grounds in the evening were crowded, and the greatest unanimity prevailed amongst those present. The receipts are expected to total nearly £200. The guild is deserving of every congratulation for the success achieved.
South Yarra Quoit Club. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 October 1907
South Ya?ra Qaoit Clab. The msmbers oí the Sotr.h Yarra Quoit Club tendered asocial evening to their president (Mr Zoe Solomon) and donore on Friday, the 4th inst, at the Argo-street Coffee Palace. Amongst those present were the Hon. Donald Mackinnon, M.L.A-, Cr Nicolson and other representative gentlemen. During the evening a lengthy toast list was honored, including The Kin?, Parliament, Prahran City Council, and the President. Mr George Smith, on behalf of the members, in a few well chosen words, presented Mr Zoe Solomon with a splendid case of pipes, as a slight tc ken of respect in which be was held by the members of the club. Mr Solomon, who presided over the meeting, returned thanks for the presentation, and also for the kindly remarks of Mr Smith, and in the course of a neat speech said that as long as the members of the club wanted his services he would always remain with them, a senti- ment which brought forth hearty cheers. A very interesting pro- gramme was tendered duri...
Windsor Congregational Church. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 October 1907
Windsor Congregational Church. The Jubilee services in connection with the above church were con- tinued on Sunday last, when the speakers were as follows:-II a.m., Mr J. F. Kinder, a former superin- tendent of the school ; 3, Rev. H. S. Joyce, address to parents, teachers and scholars; 7 p.m., Rev. J. J. Halley, secretary of the Congrega- tional Union of Victoria. After the evening service a united communion service was held. There was a good attendance on each occasion. On Wednesday evening an entertain- ment was held, the programme being provided by former scholars and friends. This concluded the Jubilee celebrations, whieh have proved very interesting and successful.
INTERESTING BANQUET. PERSEVERANCE TENT, I.O.R., PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 October 1907
INTERESTING BANQUET. i j * PERSEVERANCE TENT, I IO.R., PRAHRAN. On Tuesday evenin? last the Perseverance Tent, I.O.R., gave à banquet at its lodge room, Clarence street, Prahran. There was a good attendance of both sexes, and the chair was occupied by Bro. E. B. Stafford, CR. Amongst the visitors present were Messrs Geo. Fairbairn and R. A. Crouch, M's.H.R., the Mayor of Prahran (Cr H. Upton),Bro. Captain Jenkins, District Director, Cr S. B inîS, Mr J. Smith, and other well-known citizen-. The chairman real apo'cgies from the Hon. Thcs. Luxton, M.L.C., and ihe Hon Dona'd Mackinnon and Mr Norman Bayles, M's.L.A., who *ere engaged ia important Parliamentary duties; alsD from Cr Rupert Nicolson and Mt E H. Willis. The tables were nicely set out with liquid and solid refreshments, and, it is of course needless to add, alcoholic liquors found no place on the festive board. The tables were profusely decorated with flowers, and presented an ex- tremely pretty appearance. The chairman gave ...