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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 November 1907

By special appointment 10 His E.VCKLLENCV THE And patronised by SIB WILLIAM JERVOIS. ORTHOPAEDIC INSTITUTE. Tel 4888 Central Established 1868. JOHN ROSIER, FOOT SPECIALIST, CHIROPODIST and SURGICAL BOOTMAEEB. PERFECT FEET PRESKRVED ÍD THEIR PRISTINE BEAUTY. C'>R.\á, BUNIONS, INGROWING TOE-NAILS, TELEPES. INVERTED TOES. ' ONT.<ACI KI) SINEWS, &c, and ALL MALFORMATIONS in CHILDREN or ADULTS' 1<EET CURF.D or RELIEVED and HIDDEN. WALKIN!! M*DK A PLEAS CHE, INSTEAD of MISERY and PAIN. HOSIER'S PEDENTIA for OHILÖLAINS. ROSIE K'S PATENT NIGHT SUPPORTS for CHILDREN, INSTRUMENT, &c. SOTA BKS'A: GRKA r TORS STRAIGHTENED and BUNION-? reduced WITH Í PE IALI.V PATENTE11 ROOTS, admitting FREED »ll ia WALKING in a FASHIONABLE HOOT, while PK0CE8S of STRAIGHTENING the FEET IS GOING UN by Mr. John KO.SIEUS SPECIAL MAKE. 246 Swanston Street, Melbourne (Next Nunan Bros.). Bosmarium Hair Tonic Pnflmai>inm contains, in the first place, all the properties XvOSIl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 November 1907

MR A. WILSON, Consulting Herbal Specialist Hours jo to i ; 2 to 5 p.m. M.U.H.A. (Registered) 17 WALKER STREET; PRAHRAN. Send for free Booklet. Indigestion. Liver, Kidney, and Chronic Internal Diseases treated by the mo^ Up-to-date Extracts, &c. NOTE-I am no relative of anyone of the same name in the same street. Mr Wilson's New Invention. {.BRAN COMPOUND for the Mi IN and CO WPLKXION. Send for descriptive circular ; free by post to any address. The Only Herbalist is at No. 17. The BLUE ARC LIGHT is my sign. COOKING STOVES. JONES, -314 PostOffice Place Rear General Post Office. Deal Direct with Manufacturers . Sole makers "Melba," ,fTimes," '*Harvester," ' New Home," "Daisy." 35/-f Direct Dealing saves Middlemen's Profit. Copper Boiler, Cast Iron Furnaces, Colonial Ovens. -o JONES,the Manufacturer, 314 Post Office Place. Telephone 108, Oliy. S LLS & RECOMMENDED AND USED BY ALL GOOD NURSES For Sciatica, Lumbago, Influenza, Liver Complaints and Affections of the Throat ...

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ITEMS FROM PRAHARAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, Oct. 28. Present—Mayor Upton, and Crs Dobson, Nicolson, Chambers, Flintoff, Laxton, Bangs, Kelly, Naylor, Skinner and Miller. FAWKNER PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 November 1907

ÍTEMS FROM PBâHBâN CITY COUNCIL. I Monday, Oct. 28. { Present-Mayor Upton, and Ors Dobson, Nicolson, Chambers, Flintoff, Laxton, Bangs, Kelly, Naylor, Skinner and Miller. FAWKNER PARK. The Prahran branch of the| A.N A. wrote to the effect that a j resolution had been passed congratu lating the council on the steps it I was taking to have the whole of Fawkner Park thrown open to the public, iQstead of allowing a portion of it to be used as a cattle grazing area. Cr Nicolson moved that the com munication be referred to the legis lative committee. He mentioned another instance where two ladies had been attacked by a cow when passing through the park. Cr Chambers seconded the motion, which was carried. AGITATION FOR A FREE LENDING LIBRARY. A deputation from the combined friendly societies of the district waited on the council to urge that a free landing library be established in connection with the library. Mr D. Thomas, President of the Prahran branch of the A.N.A., steted that the Mec...

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The Robt. Boyd Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 November 1907

The Robt. Boyd Benefit. A very pleasant evening was given by Mr Fitzhenry, of the Windsor   Castle Hotel, to the ladies and gentletmen who assisted in connection   with the recent Robt. Boyd benefit, a large number accepting his very kind invitation. Mr Z e Solomon, chairman of the committee. occupied the     chair. Mr Howard Bradshaw, hon secretary, submitted the balance !-h^H', : u!\- audited, in leterence to thc h.rtir, wh.eh was as follows; Sale ot ticke:?, £".-o/tj/'j ; Dona tions, £ :o 7 - : total, .¿"50/0/9; hxpers'-s, /. 4 14 6 ; Credit balance, ¿"45 O' ;, l l ie and ali present con gratulated thc chairman and secre tary for tl:>3 allia manner in which they worked the concert at so small an ixrense. Mr So'omon then, in a vfeiy appropriate and nicely worded cpte-h, handed ever the money to Mr Boyd, with the best of good wishes ti cm I.is committee. Mr 13 yd lhanktdone and al! who had po ki' d y assi>ttd him in connecti...

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A Charge Dismissed. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 November 1907

i. Charge Dismissed. Â case of seine interest was heard at the Prahran court on Thursday last, when a young man named John Fitzpatrick was charged under a recently passed statute with having insufficient lawful means of support at Prahran on the 26 h October. The bench was occupied by Messrs Fiintoft (chairman), Hyslop, Cham bers and Davies, J's.P. Plainclothes constable Kinleyside gave evidence that to his knowledge defendant had not followed any lawful occupation for 18 months. When arr^sied defen dant had in his possession £8/5 6, also an official race card and a "oVubie event" card. Constable Davieand Serior-constableO'Lough lin aiso gave evidence. Defendant, tu giving evidence on his own behalf, said ¿uriñe the past twelve months he hid dealt in ir-iit, having purchased 15 cases on thiny cr forty ciiff-jrent occasions at the Melbourne markets. He s-hared half the proBts with men who sold the fruit for bini from barrows. He had won £\z on the Newmarket Handicap, and he received ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 November 1907

THROAT AFFECTION'S AND HOARSENESS.- \ All Boflenng from irritation of the throat and hoarseness svili be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by the rise of " Brown's Uronchis.1 Troches." These famous " lozenges " are cow sold by most respectable chemists in this country. People troubled with a "hacking cough,-* a '. slight cold," or bronchial affections, cannot try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic affections. See that the signatcre of John I. Brown <S Son is on every wrapper.- Prepared by John I. li.own & Son, Boston, U.S.*. European depot, 33, Farringdon road. Lon- j on, England. It rloes not matter much if your sins find you out ; but its different if your wife does. Deafness. Nolsos la the Hoad &s positively cured by HABUCT'S EAR LOTION. This new Remedy goes right to the actual seat of the disease, and has effected auch remarkable cares that the greatest hope is...

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MALVERN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 November 1907

MALVERN COUNCIL. I ( Monday, November 4th, 1907. Present-Mayor Ellis (chairman), «nd Grs idarroll, Cameron, Cornwall, Weller, Lewis, Dunlop, Holmes.. RAILWAY HOAD. Cr Cornwall presented a petition signed by 67 owners and occupiers, requesting that the name of Railway road should b9 altered to Claremont avenue. The petition waa received and made an order of the day for next meeting. MALVERN POST OFFICE. A letter was teciived from Mr Norman Bayles. M.L. -V., forwarding a communication from the Postal Department, and statine the result of a report on the s inject of the Malvern Post Office arrangements would be communicated through Mr Knox, the Federal representative. GLEN IRIS RAILWAY. The Town of Caulfield wrote, in reply, relative to the Glen Iris rail- way and the proposal conference, stating that owing to the decisively expressed opposition of the Railway Commissioners, the Caulfield council could not see its way to join in the movement. ELECTRIC SUPPLY ORDER. * Messrs Braham and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 November 1907

Deafness, Kölsa« in tbs Seal fte positively cored by-Haaur's Eta LOTION. This nsw Bemedy goes right to the actual ?eat ot the disease, and baa effected sn ch remarkable cures that the greatest hope is hali ont to »ll sufferers, no natter how bad and long-standing the oam may be. OM botUS Viii OOM any ordinary case, and will be sent eeourely packed «nd post-paid with ion directions and testimonials on receipt of 4s Od. Order direct from JAMES E. Hasan, SS Stockdale Hoad, South lambeth, Iiondon, Eng.

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Deaf and Dumb Institnte. GYMNASTIC AND MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 November 1907

Deaf and Dumb Institnte. GYMNASTIC AND MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT. A grand gymnastic and musical entertainment is to be held in the nev Town Hall, Prahran, on Wednesday next, the 13th November, at 8 p.m., in aid of The Victorian Deaf and Dumb Institution, St. Kilda road. It bas been organised by the Prahran Junior Gymnastic Clubs and Boya' Naval Brigades, under thedirection of their instructors, Messrs Bell and Courtney. Over 100 performers will take part in the gymnastic display, including the deaf boys and girls from the institution, and a number of well-known artists, including Miss Mabel Mattingley, Miss Silverlock, and Mr 8Iattery,who have kindly promised to contribute musical items, so that a unique and interesting programme will be pre- sented. Among those who have granted their patronage and promised to attend, if ' 'possible, are the Premier, Hon. Thomas Bent, MÍ..A.; Hon. Donald Mackinnon, M.L.A., and His Worship the Mayor of Prahran (Councillor Upton;. The charge for admission...

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WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 November 1907

WEDDING. On Wednesday last a pretty wed- ding took place at the- Balaclava Wesleyan Church, when Mr Herbert Alfred Mercer, of Messrs Griffiths Bros., tea. merchants, was married to Miss Phoebe Knowles Hey, of *. Lyndhurst," Alexandra street, East St. Kilda, and who had fer nine years past been associated with the firm of Councillor John < Miller, Prahran, feather manufacturer, in the feather dressing department. by the Rev. R. Ditterich, in tbe presence of a large assemblage. The bride, who was given away by Councillor Miller, was handsomely attired in cream silk voile, trimmed with insertion threaded with merv silk ribbon, chiffon yoke, with silver cordings. She carried a bouquet of lillies of the valley and orchids. Miss May Hey, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid, and was nicely attired in white Indian lawn, trimmed with Swiss embroidery, val. lace and insertion She wore a white crinoline hat, with tulle crown and white feather, and carried a bouquet of red carna...

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Headache, Indigestion and Constipation. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 November 1907

Headache, Indigestion and Constipation. 'AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERT. It will interest sufferers to kuow that a valuable medicine, called Froo toids, has been discovered, which is now completely curing each of Itu above-named 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 ihen are mostly disappointing; you simply take a dose of Frootoids .w hen ill and repeat the dose if necessary, but gene- rally oue dose is quite effective. Frootoids are immensely more valu- able t'.ian au ordinary aperient, in so far that they not only set as ari r.pru- rient, but do remove fre.u the Me.?.!, tissues, and internal organs all the waste poisonous matter that is; chu- ging them uud choking the chnv.v.els that lead to and from timi). The bene- ficial effects of Frootoids are evi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 November 1907

11 The Result of Having a Good Name." J. C. HUTTON respectfully requests tbe 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.

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Pride of the Yarra Tent, I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 November 1907

Pride of the Tarra Tent, I.O.R. At the last meeting ot the above tent there was a good attendance of members, Bro. Trotman, CR., was unwell, and D.R. Bro. Reeves pre- sided, A number of brethren from the Port Melbourne tent were present, to take part in the inter-tent games competition. The visitors won the bowls, and Pride of the Yarra were victors in shooting and quoits. At the same meeting, Bro. W. Doocan, the retiring Past Chief Ruler, was presented with a splendid framed certificate, in commemoration of his having passed through the chairs of the tent. The presentation j was made by Bro. Milner, and was suitably responded to by the recipient. Satisfaction was expressed that the tent had reached a membership of 250, and that its fonds now amount to over /gooo. "KEATING'8 POWDER" destroys BUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES and all other insects, whilst quite harmless to domestic animals. Inextermínatlng Beetles the success of this powder ls extraordinary. It ls perfectly clean in applic...

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Wirths' Circus. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 November 1907

Wirths' Cirons. " The Greatest Show oa Earth-' is the apt title applied to Wirth Bros.' Olympia on St. Kilda road. The proprietors are enterprising men, and the " turns," as given every evening, include something fresh from all parts of the world. Large audiences attend each evening, and everyone is delighted with what they see and hear. The hippo- drome, menagerie of trained wild animals, the huge elephant herd, and the performances all round are of a meritorious character. It is indeed one of the best circuses that ever visited Melbourne.

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Postal Deliveries. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 November 1907

Postal Deliveries. i It will be interesting to the public of Prahran to learn that the old system of delivering letters direct from the local Post Office has been reverted to, This practically means that the morning delivery takes place an hour earlier than usual, which is a great convenience to residents whose businesses take them into Melbourne, so that they are now in a position to receive their letters before leaving for town in the morn- ing. The direct delivery is also a great saving of time to letter carriers, as there is no need to journey to the G.P.O. to obtain their ma;l. Mr Barry, postmaster, of Prahran, states that the public greatly appre- ciate the system of direct deliveries, and the system will s-hortlv be extended to the South Yarra, Windsor and Armadale post offices, which are within the Prahran municipality.

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Percy Coward's Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 November 1907

Percy Coward's Concerts. In response to hundreds of appli- cations, Mr Percy Coward has ' arranged to give a national holiday ! concert in the Town Hall on Monday, November nth (King's Birthnight), \ when the whole of Coward's famous ' Picture Concert Company will appear.. , Other attractions have been arranged ( including selections by the Footscray Orchestra, who, under the conductor- 1 ship of Mr Robt. Johnstone, secured the io-guinea prize at the Ballarat Competitions. The Scarlet Masks, j novel musical instrument performers, ' will also appear. A special series of ! new Anglo-Amerioan vitagraph ! pictures will be shown for the first j time. The admission will be 3/-, 2/ and 1/-, and tickets may be obtained ! at Glen's ¡ '?? I

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Theatre Royal. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 November 1907

Theatre Royal. " The Midnight Wedding." at the * Theatre Boyal, is meeting with much success, large audiences being the general rule. It is aVi romantic and military drama, and, as staged by Messrs Clyde Meynell and John Gnnn's com cany, is, played with a verve and finish that retains the interest and attention of the au- diences from start to finish, espe- cially as there are some very exciting " situations " in the piece. The humorous side, too, is well catered for. The principal parts aie taken by Mr. Harcourt Beatty and Miss Madge McIntosh, whose portrayal of their respective parts is of a very high order indeed. " The Midnight Wedding " is , being staged until further notice.

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Municipal Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 November 1907

Municipal Conoerts. j The open-air municipal concerts in the Victoria Gardens, Prahran, were inaugurated for the present season on Thursday evening last, when there was an attendance of over 5000 people, the takings amounting to £s°ll7n- Under the manage- ment of Mr A. E. M'Micken, a very good programme was presented The Prahran City Band played several selections, and bioscope views were shown. Coward's Boy Choristers contributed items, and vocal solos were given by Mr Percy Coward (who possesses a fine male alto voice), and Master Ernest Tindall, all of which items were greatly ' appreciated. Illustrated songs were also given with good effect by Miss Evelyn Ashley. There was a large number of children present, but on the whole the proceedings were not marred to any great extent by noise. The authorities intend that the concerts, which will be continued every Thursday evening until further Inotice, shall be carried out with a minimum of inconvenience to adults.

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Armadale Baptist Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 November 1907

Armadale Baptist Literary ¡ Society. ; The eighth session of the above society is just drawing to a close, but the interest of the members is being very well maintained. Since last report three meetings have been held. The first was the fifteenth issue of the society's .magazine " The Bring Bung," which was edited by Mr E B. Giles. On the following Tuesday the reading of the prize essays on "How best to encourage immigration to Australia" took place. Mr A. C. Morley, B.Ä., LL B., who acted as judge for the competition, awarded the first prize to Mr V. Davidson (90 points), and the second to Mr H. Malloch (75 points.) On Tuesday last Mr G. Maxwell, B.A., LLJ}., delivered a lecture before a large audience. The lecture was full of sound advice to young people, Mr Maxwell basing his remarks upon a number of quaint proverbs from the works of George Herbert.

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Municipal Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 November 1907

Municipal Association. Ia connection with the annual session of the Municipal Association, to be held on the 15th and 14th insts., the Prahran council has approved of the following recommendations : Recovery of rates, &c, by taking possession of property; abolition of plumping at municipal elections ; voting by post ; laying out new streets and lanes ; prohibiting the use of pea rifles by boys under six- teen years of age ; recovery of road making charges in respect of foot reserves ; administration of Pure Foods Act ; registration tablets to be attached to collars of dogs; fees under "Milk and Dairy Supervision Act."

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