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ITEMS FROM PBAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Tuesday, Nov. 12. Sunday Band Performances. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 November 1907

ITEMS FROM PB AHB AN CITY COUNCIL. Tuesday, Nov. 12. Present-Mayor Upton, and Ors Dobson, Nicolson, Chambers, Flintoff., Laxton. Bangs, Kelly, Naylor, Skinner and Miller. Sunday Band Performances, A communication from certain churches was received as follows " We have the honor to convey to the council our thanks for acceding to the request of the Mr. Erica Methodist bcbcoî to delay the com- j menoement of the band performances in the Victoria Gardens on Sunday afternoons, and we have been directed to say that we find it still a fleets the services in the Sunday schools, ac¿ we would be glad if the council could see its way to still further delay the commencement for, say, 15 minutes. We also think it would be more in keeping with the day if the items rendered were con fined to sacred music. (Signed;, W. j R. Ellis, Mt. Erica Methodist Church j and School ; N. Lyle, session clerk Presbyterian Church and School, Hawksburn ; Harry S. Joyce, minister, Congregational Church and School ;...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 November 1907

Headache, Indigestion and Constipation. ¡A.N IMPORTAKT DISCOVERT. It "will interest sufferers to know that a valuable medicine, called Froo toids, has been discovered, which is now completely curing each of tte 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 then are mostlytiisappoiirtjnjj; _you sjuiply take S díSÍF'Gf Frootoids when ill and repeat the dose if necessary, but gene rally one dose is quite effective. Frootoids are immensely more valu able tiianiitn ordinary aperient, ia so far that tj^ey not only act as an ape rient, but %0 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 t liera. The bene ficial effects of Frootoids are evident a...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 November 1907

Tn BO AT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS. All Buffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief aflorded by the ase of " Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous " lozenges " are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country. People troubled with a " backing cough," a " slight cold," or bronchial affections, cannot try them too soon, as similar troubles, u allowed to progress, result in serions Pulmonary and Asthmatic affections. See that the signature of John L Brown «fe Son is on every wrapper.-Prepared by John I. Brown & Son, Boston, O.S. A. European depot, 33, Farringdon road, Lon don, England. For Medicai.Toiiet, and Nursery use SOAP A. TILLEY. South Yarra " The Result of Having a Good Name." 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 ...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Prahran Creche. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 November 1907

Prahran Creohe. The committee of the Prahran Crèche report that 215 children attended dating the month of October. Donations of toys, groceries, &c, will be gladly received at the Crèche, 19 Princes street, Prahran. ' LINUM CATHABTICUM PILLI', of Mountain Flax. An Agreeabla Aperient. Worth a trial.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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St. Martin's Young Men's Club [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 November 1907

St. Martin's Young Men's Club A very interesting lecture on the '* Early days "'of Victoria " was delivered by the Rev. J. S. Hart, M.A., last Tuesday evening, under the auspices of the above club. The lecturer described the dis coveries of the two first explorers Captains Basé-and Grant, also of the first settlement founded by Grant on Phillip Island, Western Port. The history of the pio^er settlers, the Hentys of Portland, and of Batman and Fawkner, was also recounted, and some of the early incidents recalled, notably the first great land boom of 1842. From this date the lecturer then traced the subsequent growth and prosperity of Melbourne. During the evening Mr A. H. Allen, on behalf of the teachers of the Sunday School, made a presenta tion of some well selected books to Mr Boland Morrison, who has recently taken up studies at the Fern Tree Gully Clergy House. A. further presentation in the form of a travelling bag was also made Mr Morrison by Mr Frank Smith, on behalf of the m...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Prahran Destructor. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 November 1907

I Prahran Destructor. We understand that complaints have been made as to an alleged objectionable smell arising from the Prahran destructor, but a visit to the destructor does not convince one that there is much cause for com plaint. The authorities are confident that when everything gets into proper working order everything will be carried on with the utmost satis faction. All objectionable odor is " eaten up " in the furnaces, and as to the " smoke " from the chimney, thia is said to be steam. A munici pal party visited the destructor on Thursday last, and walked round and inspected the workings, and ex pressed satisfaction at the manner in which the huçe machine was doing its work. At all events, the public should not be impatient, as it is stated that in a week or two the destructor will be working in a manner that should satisfy the most fastidious. The formal opening of the destructor will take place at 3 o'clock this afternoon, the ceremony being performed by Mayor Upton.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mr Beeching, Truant Officer. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 November 1907

Hr Beaching, Truant Officer. Ât che monthly meeting of the Prahran School Board of Advice, held on Tuesday evening, in the local Municipal Buildings, Mr D. S. Oakley, chairman, presiding, a letter was read from the Education Depart ment, stating that Mr T. Beeching, the truant officer, had been transfer red to tbe South Melbourne district. Head masters of the several schools were present in connection with the Christmas concerts, and joined with the board in expressing their regret that it had been decided to make any change. It was stated that the schools in the district were never in a better condition. It was unani mously resolved, on the motion of Mr H. Furneaux, member of the board, seconded by Mr Halkyard, head master State school, Hawks burn, that the members of the board and head masters express their regret at the removal of Mr Beeching, and their appreciation of his persistency and energy in carrying out his duties in the Prahran district, and wish him God speed in his new...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Star Lodge, U A.O.D. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 November 1907

Star Lodge, ü A.O.D. The annual Arch-Druid's night in connection with the Star Lodge, U A.O.B., was held last Wednesday evening at the Swan Hotel, Chapel street, Windsor, when there was a good attendance of members and visitors. The health of the Arch Druid was honored, and Bro. J. Aarons was congratulated on occupy ing the position. The Arch-Druid presented prizes to Bro. Silverwood (gift of secretary, Bro. Garson) ; Bro. Hackett (gift of Arch-Druid, Bro. J. Aarons) ; Bros. E. Kenstein and Forster received prizes (gifts of Bros Thuding, Drewe and Ilsley.) During the evening a musical pro gramme was given, to which the following contributed - Messrs j Goode, Lad, Forster, Mitchell, Stephenson, Thuding, Ah Moy, Hyde and Sand.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Monthly Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 November 1907

Monthly Meeting. I The monthly meeting of the I V.P.D.A.. No. 3 branch, Prahran, was held in the School Hall, Church of Christ, High street, Prahran, on November 7th. The meeting waa well attended by members and friends. The president, Mr J. E. Round, occupied the chair. After the routine business had been tran sacted, Mr H. Pang delivered aa address on " Church Union," which was listened to with great interest. Several members took part in the discussion which followed. During the evening Mr R. Robert son, treasurer, was presented with an illuminated address by the com mittee on behalf of the branch, as a mark of esteem and appreciation of his services to the branch. Mr Robertson suitably replied. The following ladies and gentle men rendered musical items-Miss Jones, violin selection ; Miss Grant, songs ; Mr Morgan, song ; Mr G. Young, song ; Mr Hong Pang, songs; Miss Beckwith favored with a recita tion. At the close of the programme refreshments were handed round. The National Ant...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 November 1907

Cricket Club Outfit. Consisting of Two Men s All Cane Bats Brass Mounted and Iron Shod Stumps Leg Guards, Gloves Compo. Ball Score Book £\ H Od. Club secretaries and cricketers should get particulars of the liberal oner by DUKE ANO SUNS. E. OWEN! Sports Depot, 284 Ghapal-street, Prahran

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Memorial Fountain. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 November 1907

Memorial Fountain. Mr J. H. Furneaux, who has been acting as secretary to the Ramsay memorial, wrote to the Prahran council on Monday evening last asking that the fountain-which is to be placed at the entrance to the new municipal gardens in Malvern road-be unveiled on Sunday, instead of Saturday, as previously decided on. Mr Furneaux pointed out that by holding the ceremony on Sunday a large number of subscribers would be enabled to be present, who other wise would be precluded from attend ing if the unveiling were done on Saturday. Cr Skinner moved that the request be acceded to. He re garded the unveiling as a religious ceremony. Two uaveilings had taken place in St. Kilda on Sundays. Cr Miller seconded the motion. He saw no objection to unveiling on a Sunday. Cr Bangs also supported the motion, saying he was sure a large number of the working classes would be pleased to attend the unveiling of a memorial to one of the most charitable men who ever lived in Prahran. (Hear, hear.) ...

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The Standard SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH, 1907. Mr Romanis. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 November 1907

The Steaded I 1 I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH, 1907 Mr Romanis. With his many friends, we must offer our congratulations to Mr John Romania on having been appointed acting Town Clerk of the City of Prahran. Mr. Romanis has "grown up " in the Prahran municipal offices. Always of a studious nature, he has taken time by the forelock, and passed all the necessary examina tions entitling him to hold such a high and important office as that to which he has just been appointed. Always, too, of a quiet and unassum ing disposition, Mr. Romanis has taken the keenest interest in his work, and has met his reward by rising step by step to the highest pinnacle to which the council and ratepayers can place him. It is a responsible position, but citizens have every faith that Mr. Romanis will conduct his duties with entire satisfaction. His appointment should go a long way-the whole way. in fact-towards retaining that feeling between council and rate payers that should exist in every 1 well-regulated m...

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Sunday School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 November 1907

Sunday School Picnic. The annual picnic of the South Yarra Baptist Sunday School was held at Oakleigh Park on Monday last, under splendid conditions. The weat 1er was all that could be desired, and owing doubtless to this fact the picnicers were favored with the presence of many friends and { visitors. The teachers are to be con- ¡ gratulated on the amount of hard work done, particularly their genial perspiring secretaries, Mr Kempton I and Mr J. Waite. The entire j absence ol any accident was gratify ing, while the bright, happy faces of ! the scholars gave some return to the j untiring efforts of the teachers. The j officers and teachers were pleased to see their pastor and Mrs Eddy there, and it was quite a treat to see the skilful way Mr Eddy handled the bat during a game of cricket which was played. The sports occupied the afternoon and were eagerly entered into by the scholars and watched by a large number of interested onlookers. The young men's race was well contested, Mr Ke...

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Municipal Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 November 1907

f Municipal Concerta. A discussion took place at the Prahran counoil m eeting relative to the noise created by children at the weekly band concerts. Nearly every councillor present expressed his view on the subject. Cr Skinner went so far as to move that the ld admission be done away with, and that the all round price of admission be 3d. The motion found scant support, as councillors considered it would be a very unwise step to take any action that would be the means of excluding children from the gardens. That more quietness was necessary was generally admitted, and various were the Fuggestions made as to how best to bring this about. Cr Chambers thought a special night should be set apart for the children. Cr Bangs : ' More stringent regulations are necessary. Make an example of someone." Cr Dobson : "Oarfoot shouid be put down firmly." Cr Miller: "More men should be em ployed to enforce the regulations. ' Cr Nicolson : " I would like to see the concerts made free.'' Mayor Upton :...

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Question of Discount. A COUNCIL DISCUSSION. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 November 1907

Jr - . > Qwetíoii of Discount " . -"-*- ' r A COUNCIL DISCUSSION. ^At the meeting oMhe PrahraD :CojiociIinn Monday enn^s^Ps^^r ^MiUer brought up tlie^ueWon ^to ïtbë r^gltt of the finance committee to 'deduct discount from the acc^unis-of itbp'sfjjpiq liad business with, the council. He found that o\ per cent had been deducted from certain accounts, which included contract accounts at schedule rates, and contract accounts for work and wages Iii such cases no discount should be taken off. . He had "been led to bring the matter forward owing to com plaints made, and he desired the council to affirm a principle. From an account of ¿"1/13/- for advertising io per cent had been deducted. The question of discount had never been brought before the ! finance conimittee, and he objected to the chairman (Cr Nicolson) taking- a matter of the kind I in his own hands. i Gr Skinner said while giving credit to Cr Nicolson for looking carefully after the finances of the council, he I did not thin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 November 1907

Oar Advertisers. Attention is drawn to the adverf tistment in another column o Leeming's Boot Stores, at 303 Chapel street. Prahran, 1 and 3 Errol street, North Melbourne, and 109 Swanston street, Melbourne. The advertisement includes a list of a few of the values the firm has to offer, which will well repay perusal, while a special paragraph is devoted to the well known Gazeka Shoe Paste. The advertisement appears on page 2. Mrs McGowan, ladies' tailor, of Chapel street, notifies in our advertising columns that she is pre pared to make up ladies' materials in thc latest fashions and perfect ht. Children's tailoring a specialty. Mrs McGowan's address is 424 Chapel street, South Yarra. In our advertising columns Mrs McClymont announces that she has opened a millinery parlor at 424 Chapel Street, South Yarra, where she is showing a large and artistic assortment of the latest fashions of ibe milliner's art. Children's millinery a specialty. Classes for millinery are also advertised at ...

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Christ Church Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 November 1907

Chris* Church Athletic dub. The Çbifet^Churçh Gymnastic and Athletic'CTnbV Soufh Yarra, is" hold-'" iog an "athletic evening" in the clubrooms on Friday next, the 22nd inst., at 8.0;clock. The programme will be a very interesting one. and wilt include gymnastic display, boxing, fencing, wrestling, weight lifting, posing by Clarence Weber, and other items. Invitations have been extended to the Mayor, councillors and acting Town Clerk of Prahran, and at the council meeting on Monday evening last Crs Rupert Nicolson and Fiimoft, who take great interest in the work of the Athletic Club, said they hoped to see His Worship and all the councillors present, as the programme woald be first-class.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 November 1907

HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS. Bare Belief. The weak and enervated enfler severely from nervous affections when storms or electric disturbances agitate the atmosphere. Neuralgia, gouty pangs and flying pains, very distressing to a delicate system, may be readily moved by rubbing this Ointment on the affected part after it has been fomented with warm water. The Pills, taken occasionally in the doses prescribed by the instructions, keep the digestion in order, excite a free flow of healthy bile, and regenerate the impoverished blood with richer materials, resulting from thoroughly assimilated food, wanting which, the strongest must inevitably soon sink into feebleness and the delicate find it difficult to maintain existence. Holloway's Ointment and Pills are infallible remedies. "KEATTNG'S POWDER" destroys BUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES and all other insects, whilst quite fcwmlw»; to domestic animals. In exterminating Beetles I the success of this powder is extraordinary. It is perfectly...

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Choir Festival. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 November 1907

Choir Festival. The annual choir festival of Christ Church, South Yarra, will be held to-morrow, when His Grace the Archbishop will preach at II a.m. At 3.30 p.m. a vocal and instrumental recital of sacred music will be held, and the cantata, '. Rock of Ases " will ba rendered. The Very R;v. the Dean of Ballarat will deliver a short address during the afternoon, and will aUo preach at the evening service.

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Try Society Swimming Baths. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 November 1907

Try Society Swimming Baths. On Thursday evening last the I Totrak and Ssuth Yarra Try Society i Swimming ruths wtre formally opened by Í1 -s Worship the Mayor of Prahran, Cr Henry Upton. Crs Flintoft and Rupert Nicolson were also present, as also were the follow ing representative;, of tlie Hoyal Life Saving Society-Sir Matthew Davies, chairman of the board ; Mr Sweyn il. Lemme, chairman of the execu tive committee ; Mr Mark Aarons, one of ihc founders : Mr F. W. Hohne, treasurer, and Mr Le;, secretary. Mayor Upr.cn made some congratulatory remarks on the bene fits o; :he youth of the nation being taught 5<imming. Hts Worship was questioned by Sir Matthew Divies as to whether t!ie council would be agreeable to steam from the destruc tor being utilised to warm the Try Society baths during the winter months. The Mayor replied that he personally saw no difficulty to the proposal if the proper connections were made. The matter, however, would ha»-'e to coma before the coun ci...

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