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Tramway Projects. KEW TO ST. KILDA LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 October 1907
Tramway Projects. KEW TO ST. KILDA LINE. At the St. Kilda council meeting on Monday evening last, Cr Gibbs, in accordance with notice of moiton, moved-" That in regard tb the re- port of the inter suburban electric tramway conference, this council adopts the scheme therein recom- mended, and agrees to the necessary powers to construct the tramway be- ing sought from Parliament." As he bad already spoken in favor of the scheme on previous occasions he would ciatent. himself at ihu juncture by ssitnp'y moving the motion. Cr Barnet, wh>, with Cr Gibb;, has acted as the cojncil's represen- tative on the conference, seconded the motion. M-ss s Noyes Bros., the electrica! experts, had stated that the line would pay, and Mr Swinburne, M.L A., had expressed the opinion that it was one of the best schemes, and would return be tween 6 and 7 per cent on the outlay almost from the start. The line would give residents of the eastern part of St. Kilda easy access to the ^ea. Cr Hughes said it ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 October 1907
MK. A. WILSON, Ocnsulting Herbal Specialist Houra io to i ; j :o 5 o.m. M.U.H.A. (Registered) 17 WALKER STREET, PRAHRAN. Send for frrc Ko )l-¡.'e6 fadiceau >n, Liver, Kuiney, and Chronic Internal Distas trta'cd hy the ruo t Up lo-d-ite Extracts &c. NOTE-I am 110 rdative cf antone oí the same name in the same street. Mr Wi,son's New Invention. BHAN 'OMPuCND for the H\IX and O ?? PLr X,ON. Send for descriptive circular; free hv post to any address. The Only Herbalist is at No. 17. Tne BLUE ARC LIGHT is my sign. COOKING STOVES. JONES, -314 Post Off ¡cs Place Rear General Ros: Office. Veal L'ire t wi til Ma n a fact urers? Sole makers "Melba,'1 '"Timas," ''Harvester," ' New Home,'* " Daisy," 35/-, Direct Dealing .-aves .Middlemen's Profit. Copper Boiler, Cast Iron Furnaces, Colonial Ovens. -,1 - JONES, the Manafictaçer, 314 Post Office Place. Telephone 10S, City. The College is situated in Westbury Street, Dandenong Road. (^LASSES ate in active preparation fjr Commercial, Fed...
The Standard SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26TH, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 October 1907
The Standard SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26TH, 1907 To-morrow is Hospital Sunday when the public will be called upoi to contribute their annual donation towards tbe charitable institutions It is a subject that needs littli recommendation at the hands of ; newspaper. The people know th&lt; channels into which their contribu tions go. It is for charitable pur poses, and, consequently, good purposes. Unfortunately at thc present time there is fear of : drought, but apart from this every- thing from a metropolitan point ol view appears to be in a successful way, and while one may earnestly hope that the drought will not prove a too serious visitation, there is every possibility that Hospital Sunday of 1907 will exceed that of the previous year. In another column local band engagements are announced. School children are at present required to attend Behool at least eight half-days in the week, and as it is sometimes taken advantage of to keep children at home purposely one day during the w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 October 1907
Another Victorian Case HELPOURNE TO THE FORE. The Case of Mr. J. D. LOW. (By a Special Reparler ) Whilst a special reporter was in the neighbourhood of Sou til Melbourne he beard of an extraordinary incident which happened some time ago, and in order to get at the whole truth he called upon Mr. John Downie Low, tobacconist and hairdresser, '166 Ferrar strect. -uno readily responded to til« pressman Y> request. "I have lived ¡a South Melbourne forty-one years pretty well." ho said, and, at a natural look of astonishment, calmly added. '" I am just a bit older than that. so. considering what I have gone through. I daresay I carry my | age very well." . Yes. ' joined in the reporter. "! hear you had a very bad time earlier in your life." " I think most people round here know of it.'' was the reply, "and my illness goes back to the tuno that I was twenty-four years of age. For three years a--d eleven months I was quite unable ¡o do anything at all in the shape ff work, and, in fact, ...
Victoria Gardens Concerts. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 October 1907
Victoria Gardens Concerto. I j TO THE EDITOB. -Sir,-I notice by your columns that arrangements are now in progress for the concerts in the Victoria Gardens for the season of icp7 8. May I suggest to the council the urgent necessity of minimising the nuisance caused to frequenters of these gatherings by trie rowdy element of chiidrtn who run and tear about the girdens during items, making it almost impossible to hear. If the council were 10 restrict the charge of admission t-> 3 J. it might 'm lítate Uv; tr mhlc, r.nd at the sime jtima add to the popularity of the j concerts fro^i an onlooker's paint of j view. -Th inking you in anticipation, ¡yours, &:, WELL-WISHER. I r VI will ^gree with ' \Vellwisher" th it the children are often a nuisance ¡to adults at the concerts during the 'lima the vocal and bind items are hiing ^iveu. The question, however, j is, Would it be tight to exclude ¡hundreds of poorer children by raising the pri^e of admission ? Such a step would be ver...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 October 1907
Cricket Club Outfit. C> rsi-'ins cf Two Mena Ai! Cane Bits r. as- Mourn-.il and Iron Shod t-.m-.j-s l.i^ !.iL¡árJ>, Gloves i_.,:t.po. fi J ll i-..o e Kooli O lí fd. Club :-e r.-.'tarits a-'l cricketers >lioalil pet particulars of the liberal offer bv I-'L-KH \SU SINS. ( E. OWEN. Sports Depot 2S?i Chapc--at^o»t, Prthrsn LINSEED COMPOUND.' for coustíend collis, üaseo AEthraa an t re-J lieves breathing. |
A PRAHRANITE'S TRIP ABROAD. Retarn of Mr F. Theiler. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 October 1907
A PRAHRÄNITE'S TRIP ABROAD. Retarn of Hr F. Theiler. In March last Mr F. Theiler, thf well-known ladies' and gentlemen': hai'drcsser, of 250-252 Chapel street, Prahran, accompanied hy Mn Theiler, took a trip abroad. In set- ting out. Mi Theiler's idea was tc combine business with pleasure, and he has returned in good health and spirit?, and a moments' chat with him at once gives one the impres- sion th it he has fulfilled his mis- sion in royal style. Mr Theiler is now redundant with incidents of travel. We asked Mr Theiler for a short I account ol his travels, and be oblig- ingly responded. In the course of his remarks he said : -After leaving Australia we had a beautiful trip to Co ornoo-a iovely place-the dream- land of the tourisr. We only epent one day there. We passed Aden-a Darren, desola'e-looking place. Then on io Suez, through the Red Sea. Then '.brough the Canal to Port Said, I had visited Port Said 18 ye irs ago, and found-a great improvement in the place ; bigger and fi...
Police Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 October 1907
Police Presentation. At the Area ie Hall, Chapel street, Prahran, on Friday evening, iS.h inst , there was a large attendance of citizens at a social, when a presentation was made to Constable Robt. Campbell, who for seme years past acted as wa chhouse-k-eper, and who has been transferred to the chirge of Great Western, a station on the Stawell line. A number of Constable Campbell's comrades of the force were a'so prtsent, and the chair was occupied by Mr Donald Mackinnon, M.L.A. During Mr Campbell's career in Prahran he always carried out his duties in an efficient manner, and both in his official and private life he gained the respect and esteem of all with whom he came in contact. Mr Mackinnon presented Constable Campbell with a handsome go id watch, inscribed as follows : " Presented to R, Campbell by his [ comrades and the citizens of Prahran, I as a token of esteem, October 18, 1907 " Mr Mackinnon pointed to i the large attendance as evi lenee j that Constable Campbell was gre...
PRAHRAN MUNICIPAL ADMINISTRATION. Public Meeting Held. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 October 1907
PRAHRAN MUNICIPAL ADMINISTRATION. -- Public Meeting Held. On Wednesday evening last, in the Prahran Town Ha l, a oublie meeting, in response to a requisition to the Mayor, was held " to consider the question of th»* lax administra- tion of the municipal affairs of thc ctty " The Mayor, Cr Upton, occupied tile chair, and ¡a opening the mee'ing, said he was sure thc: council was deichte! 'o lind s. . much innr^st «lisp a, od in municipal alf ti rs ; th.;y w:"-uid be oti y tco delighted to h.ivc lim--t and e » .. ri hard hil.¡'lg criticism Mr J. \V. L'raifi moved-"Tint his iiKetin^' (jf rat-payers of the city of Prahran d-»M:e$ to enter rs strong - st pr.,tost a'.vim it the lax administration of tne municipal affair:, ot the city." He said the indignation in regard to municipal affairs started two months a sn. A p-trion wa-; s'aned in South Yarra. (No.) H iwei'er. he did no; know what had btvom?? of it. The sp-.'ci-d au lit h&lt;d c 3st £ jó ). (Shame.) The account had hern pai...
ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. Monday, Oct. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 October 1907
ITEMS FfiOM ST. K&W^H CITY COUNCIL. Monday, Oct. 21. ^fjjj Present-Mayor Jacoby, and CTE Hughes, Oonnibere, Billson, ' Pittard, Barnet, and Gibbs. ; '~Í-Wm I POLICE STRENGTH. ^111 A communication was received ,-lf frc m the Chief Secretary's offise, ia '-'Wi reply, stating thtt ic was not con- " -i"-J*|§S si der ed neces;aiy to increase toe - =' police strength iu Sr. Kilda. TÍ¡ Cc Barnet pointed cut that the - ifs Sergeant in charge had stated that :H more police were required for St. . :M K'ïâa. ~M Cr Gibbs said the eastern part of - 4 St. Kilda was not sufficiently pro- y-M tected. Much damage was being done by larrikins, and ratepayers -:4 were asking when extra police pro tection was going to be given them. =j It was decided to make fur- her re- presentations to the Chief Secretary -i on thc subject. y¡\ GOVERNMENT AUDITOR The. PuhlicvWorks Department ^§ forwarded ab officia I intimation to the effect that Mr W. P. Steane, of '4 317 Collins street, had been ap- pointed ...
South Suburban Churches Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 October 1907
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GOLDEN WEDDING. Mr and Mrs W. G. Apps, of St. Kilda. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 October 1907
GOLDEN WEDDING. Mr and Mrs W G. Apps, of St. Kilda. On Monday evening last Mr and Mrs W. G. Apps, of St. Kilda, celebrated their golden wedding, when a family gathering was held at &nbsp; their residence, Robe street. There were about thirty present, consisting of children and grandchildren. A large number of congratulatory tele- grams were also received, and the evening was passed in a convivial and sociable manner. The grand- daughters presented Mrs Apps with a gold-mountei purse. The grand- sons gave Mr Apps a gold pencil case ; from the sons he received a handsome gold mounted stick, whilst the daughters also presented Mrs Apps with an artistic gold-mounted bag. Needless to say, the gifts were keenly appreciated by Mr and Mrs Apps, Senr., and loving and appro- priate sentiments were freely ex- pressed. Mr and Mrs Apps were married on October 21st, 1857, at St Mark's Church, George street, Fitzroy. Mr Apps was born at Ramsgate, England, in 1832, being a son of Captain Jam...
M. U. Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 November 1907
M. TJ. Asse dation I.osil O.T. Orr v. Rose of Bruns wi.k. First innings-O.T. O.-r Rose of Iirunswick 151. Highest «core?, i&lt;&lt; ?ec! Brunswick -J. Delaney 4:, S. Garni-ton 2^, W. Wimpney 22, T. Percival zi not out. Bowline, OT. Orr-T. Gwil am r. for 62, S. Dihon ; ti»T (.VY. ll".rper 1 for zg. Second innir!;s- OT O r 6 for 76. Hiclv >t ícort s-F. (twiiiim 29. E. Gwil.am I>I. VV. llnrptr 19. Bowling - Rose of Brii'.iiwi.k - T. Percival 3 for io.
South Suburban Churches' Association. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 November 1907
South Suburban Ohurch.es' Association. NOTES. The decision of the association to accept the invitation of the Queens land Churches' Cricket Union to visit Brisbane about Christmas is creating keen interest among the clubs. Included among the players already available are D. Beath, Ll. Henderson (Malvern Presbyterians), W. Davies, H. Davey (S; Matthe A'S), E. Eilis (Malvern Congregational) T. Holding (Armadale Wesleys), T. Paul (Ail Saints'), T. Greensiil (St. Alban's;, H. Smith, J. T. Packer (Prahran Independents). The names of other players who can take the trip should reach the association's secretaries, 109 Greville street, Prahran, not later than Thursday next. Bergin and Morrison, winners of last season's bowling honours of first and second grade respectively, are again doing good work with the ball. Some good individual scores were made in the second round, which finished on Saturday, viz.; First Grade-F. Morton, 104; Westmore, 45 not out ; Schräder, 39 ; Henderson, 75. Second...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 November 1907
Cricket Club Outfit. Consisting of Two Hen's AU Cane Bats Brass Mounted and Iron Shod Stumps Leg Guards, Gloves Compo. Bali Sco'e Book £\ 143 Od. Club secretaries and cricketers should get particulars of the liberal offer by DUKE AND SONS. E. OWEN. Sports Depot, 284 Chapei-strest, Prahran
CRICKET Prahran T. Essendon. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 November 1907
CRICKET -''Jj Prahran T. Essendon. , ~J1 This match, which was conclmied ^ at Essendon, resulted in a decisive ? j|f victory for the former. They closed : their innings with three wickets down . ^ ! for 346, and then sent the home team M to the right about for 89 runs; Ranking and Kyle divided the bowling honors, the former securing ;J| five wickets for 42 russ and the . latter four for 43. On fol'owing on, ^ Essendon compiled 115 tuns with M'S wickets down, Ramsay playings good innings (or 6i> not oat. Ranking, Kyle and Gray secured the wickets.
Mr Beeching, Truant Officer. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 November 1907
Mr Beeohing, Truant Officer. Mr Thomas Beeching, who has been stationed in Prahran as truant officer for the past thirteen years, has been transferred to ;he South and Pert Melbourne districts. Among those who are acquainted with the mtthodical, systematic and conscien tious manner in which Mr Beeching has always performed his duties much regret will be felt at his re moval. Ha is recognised as one of the best officers in the employ of the Department, and in the conduct of his work in enforcing the compulsory provisions of the Education Act he his displayed much tact and discre tion, combined with a firmness that is necessary at times in dealing with people who are liable to ignore the advantages and privileges of the education system. Mr Beaching had some truancy cases at the Prahran Court on Thursday last, and prior to retiring from the witness box Mr Flintoff, J.P., chairman of the bench, made reference to Mr Beeching's transfer. His Worship remarked that the South and Port Melbo...
Headache, Indigestion and Constipation. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 November 1907
Headache, Indigestion and Constipation. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. It Trill interest sufferers to know that a valuable medicine, called Froo toids, has been discovered, which is now completely curing each of tte above-n.iined complaints. Frootoids are elegant in appearance, and plea sant to take, and, what is of the ut most importance, are thoroughly reli able in affording quick relief. You do not require to go on taking them for a prolonged period, as is necessary with some medicines, which even then are mostly disappointing; you simply take a dose of Frootoids when ill and rc.iaat the dose if necessary, but gene rally one dose is quite effective. Frootoids are immensely more valu able Utan an ordinary aperient, in so far that they not only act as au ape rient hut do remove from the blood, tissues, and internal organs all the waste poisonous matter that is clog ging them and choking the channels that lead to and from them. The bene ficial effects of Frootoids are evident at once by th...