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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 December 1906

Tuno AX AFFSCTIOKS ASO HOARSENESS. All Buffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate, relief atT/rded by the ase of "Brown's Bronchial TrocbM." These fantouB " lozanees ^ are now sold toy most respectable chemists in this country. People troubled with a .. tinr-M»^ cough," a "slight cold," or bronchial affections, cannot try them too soon, as """il" troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic aft actions. See that the Signatare of John L Brown & Soo is on every wrapper.-Prepirel hy John i. Brown & Bon. Boston. U^S.A. Son>9ea^dwot,33. faningdoa ?oad, Lon don, EogJaai"| ~ ; A T1Í.I.EV. Sooth Tu» Worthy of trial.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 December 1906

FLOHIMKE!-FOB THE TEETH AXD BREATH,-! few drops 01 the liquid "Flori line " sprinkled lipon a we£ tooth brush prodocesapleaftóttttaér. which thoroughly cleanses teafejft^ijWI panâtes or im : 1pttiües, Bardet^3pljgutos. prevents tartar, stops decay , gives to the teeth a pecn&iar peà^-whitene«.andadelightfal fragrance to the ttreath. . it removes all unpleasant odour arising from <deea]-e3 teeth or tobacco smoke. "ïïie Fragrant florilinc.V being composed So'' pacts bf Honey end sweet herbs, i* delicious to tba taite, 'and tty frreatöt t<Mlet discovery of the a^j. Of al]j Ohsmisteandi^rfamere. Wholesale depot, 33, Farrin^onta^, tiOndon, England.

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. Held on Wednesday Last. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 December 1906

~4 ^T^gT^^^^^^i^^^M^^"^^^^'^^^^ss FBDBB2LL ELECTIONS, «JO Held on Wednesday Last. f f. «-> î . The general elections throughout the Commonwealth of Australia took place on Wednesday last, when, in addition to filling the seats in the House of Representatives, three> members had to be elected to the Senate for Victori». ! The day was a most suitable one for the occasion as regards weather conditions, ' and taken altogether everything was carried through .with out a hitch, which spoke well for the complete arrangements that had been made hythe various returning officers. The women exfrcissd their voting privileges in large numbers Many of them were new to the art of mark ing the ballot papers, and H^t$6essfto ; say in numerous instances^ tlife fair, sex had.to seek directîcMsjgfromJ electors of the "mere meni,rstamp feefore going to the pollingbooths. Fawkner J&àmSË'i.î The candidates for the Fawkner electorate were Cr john Miller, Cr Thos. Smith ahd Mr G. Fàfrbairrv for...

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South Tarra Rifle Club. DECEMBER COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 December 1906

South Tarra Rifle Club i DECEMBER COMPETITION. On Saturday last this month's shoot in the yearly aggregate was put through, comprising 7 shots at 800 and goo yards ; handicap limit 63. Members found the lively wind which prevailed a source of consider able troub'.e at these long distances, and results are in no way illustrative of high scoring. The following gain the five prizes in order for month Soo yis. goo yds. Hdkp. Toula. W. Rankin 27 24 12 - 63 E. G. Kingston 29 23 11 63 G. Thomson 30 23 10 65 A.J.Wells 27 22 14 63 C. Oare 27 21 15 63 "\V. H. SCOTT" TKOPHY. This handicap event, which con sisted of io shots at all distances with no sighters, has just bsen com pleted. Mr A. J. Wells wins the gold medal presented by Mr W. H. Scott with a total of 357 points ; Mr C. Dare secures Mr J. Li. Moorhead's trophy with 354 points, and Mr W. Rankin the third prize given by the Captain with a total of 341 points. The gold medal given by the club for highest score off the riñe in this com S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 December 1906

G. PLEASANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL. STREET, PRAHRAN (N'iarly 0|i(>jsile tlic Arcade) I : .gs I.) draw attention to a few of his Special UciiiB.Iití, «Uioli caa bc confidently recommended, having proveí themselves tj bc highly i fiieaciuus ia ihe various ailments mentioned. I-or removing Made:- S >.t G iros. Ibis w.-ll citabhsh ; i f,ic|*rati»ii ha* been ?ii |>r.\. t 1 \-ilic ;.úM:ii'Hi 'A a:i ingredient wliii.li assisi j mil? ri;i¡ly in re-luciu^ thc il i si-, nu !. ?: t usually oe.'a.-i.i:ie<i by mis'. <? ira curen. PRICE 1:- per Bottle i ?',im|wuâil nf Bisruulh and Pejxinc with tiver Stimulants acd 'laxatives for 1 .i-jigisliou. Bilious, Liver ao l Si iraich Complaints. Giddiness, McW Headache, Flatulence, Ilja.-lburu, an..I all disorders arisiu^ frjai derangement of tbe^digestive L.i.uan-'. _ 11.is preparati on has l^en .""voa with «.'umist unfailiuj; success in cases of l'y~|i i sis, ('limn:!' i.iustric (V '-=tiio Irritation willi sickness, aad ia t...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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The Staudatd SATUBDAY, DECEMBER 15TH, 1906. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 December 1906

The Staudatd SATUBDAY, DECEMBER 15TH, 190Ö. The Prahran council held its final general meeting for the year i <to6 on Monday evening last. Mayor Fiintoft wished councillors, officers and Press a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. He said that since his occupancy of the Mayoral chair it had been the most enjoyable time of his life. He was sorry that he would not be able to give the usual Xmas tea to the corporation employes, owing to the hall being engaged. Again, the men had also expressed a wish that the tea should be post poned until the return of Mr Calder, ; city surveyor. (Hear, hear.) He (the Mayor) would therefore have pleasure in giving the tea in the New Year. (Hear, hear.) Cr Chambers, ex-Mayor, reciprocated His 1 Worship's Xmas greetings on behalf > of the council. The next ordinary meeting of the council will be held | on Monday, January 21st, 1907. The committee of the Prahran Creche report that 285 children at tended during the month of November, Donatio...

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All Saints' Grammar School. ANNUAL ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 December 1906

AU Saints' Grammar School.1 I I j ANNUAL ATHLETIC SPORTS. I The annual athletic sports of All Saints1 Grammar School were held on Friday, November 30, on the St. Kilda cricket ground, io lovely weather, and in the presence of a large number of interested specta tors. A programme of forty-four events was carried through strictly to time, and the management did not allow a slack moment through all the afternoon. Di Gilio's band rendered popular selections. After noon tea was served on the lawn. Mrs Crossley distributed the hand some prizes, and was presented with a basket of flowers and the school colours by the dux, Eric Woodward. In the " Cup " events, points were scored by twelve boys, the contest ultimately lying between Johnson t and M. Plumb (10 points each) and Hamly (9 points.,) Johnson i won in the run off. In the Old Boys' Cup events very goo-1 form was shown by Denvon, Plumb and Thomas. A. McCaul wou the Old Boys' Bicycle Race. Resujts 8o yds, io and under-i Greig, 2 i Vine...

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Wattle Lodge U.A.O.D. FEMALE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 December 1906

FEMALE BRANCH. The half-yearly meeting of the above lodge «vas held in the Pro testant Hall on Monday, December 3rd. The following officers were elected and installed by. the D P., 1 Bro. Williams, AD., Sister Moroney V. A., Sister E. Peebles ; secretary, Sister R. Barrenger ; treasurer, Sister C. Wilkinson ; I.G., Sister Moreland ; O.G., Sister C. Pryde ; A.D.B s-, Sisters Murphy acd Shirley; V.A.D.Bs., Sisters B. Shirley and J. Peeb'es ; Auditor, Sister Goss ; Trustee, Sister Shir ey ; Press Correspondent, Sister C. Prentice. The superintendent of female branches was pr<sent, and compli mented the lodge upon the splen¿iJ financial position it was in, due largely to the efficient work done by the secretary, Sister R. Barrenger. On Monday next, a concert will be held in I he lodge room, when the presentation of P.A. diploma to 1 Sister Goss will take place. All I friends are invited to be presen\ j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 December 1906

ADVICE TO MOTHERS !-Are you broken in your rest by a sick child suffering* with the pain ot catting teeth T flo at once- to a chemist and geta bottle ot Mrs 'Winslow's Soothing Syrap. lt will teUeve the poor sufferer immediately. It ie perfecüy.harm less and pleasant to taste.it produces flataraV quiet sleep, by relieving the child faun pain, .nd the little cherubawakes.'! as bright as a button." lt soothes the child, it softens Hie gams, allays all pain, relieves wind; rognâtes the bowels', and is the best' known remedy for dysentery and diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or other caoaókri Urs Winslow^ Seedling «yi^is^dfey ~i&l>ai- < cine dealers everywhere.,,..,.s t" .^ MAI BK £ IRKED at too great a sacrifice if wo ruin-wfr healöi and Jrapinessäur' jug its aPcnmnlaBon i . Anhoagh money is a neoesBary artíolé to possess in order ! to obtain the means of existence* it cannot parchase love, iásnoship, or immnnity from-the dangers mid tonga ot qlseaari. The...

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Kooyong. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 December 1906

Kooyong. & . I ?i- . . ' , I '* ?? V-V N«A 4. : Mr William Knox, the retiring member, was returned at the head of the poll for Kooyong. Results :- .. _ William Knox ... 11,503 R. T. Barbour 6,923 E; F. G. Hodges.'.. i,-ü4

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Balaclava. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 December 1906

Balaclava. The election for. the Balaclava electorate was spiritedly contested/ victory resting with Mr Agar Wynne. The following are the figures : Agar Wynne ... 6,856 J. H. Hewison ... 5,674 A. J. Sampson ... 3,3.44 E E Roberts ... jSr

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Loyal Canterbury Lodge. No. 32, U.A.O.D. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 December 1906

Loyal Canterbury Lodge, , No. 32, Ü A O,D.- j This Lodge .met on Monday last for the purpose of electing' officers, which j resulted as follows :-Junior Past Arch. Ur. W. Peebles, junr- (unopposed) ; i Arch Druid, Slr. J. Wright (unopposed); < Arch Druid Bards, Messrs. Morris and ; Clark ; Vice-Arch, Hr. Benton ; Vice- . Arch Bards, Messrs. C. F. Mann and H T. Mann; Inside Guardian, Mr. J. ' ¡Opray; Outside Guardian, Mr. Hobbs ; Secretary, Mr. H. H. Barrenger (un- < opposed) : Treasurer, Mr. A. T. Neath; I (unopposed); Press Correspondent, -Mr. < C. F. Mann (unopposed) ; Auditor, ïMr. . FL Liebert ; Grand Lodge Representa- j tives (G). Messrs. G. Jones, J. Marshall, , A. T. Neath, 8. St. Leger, E. Strickland, W. Murphy. J ' Mr W. Murphy was nominated" for . District President The officers were ably installed by < Bro. Williams, D.P. ' . -, The next lodge meeting williake ] place Christmas Ere, December 24tu.

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The Senate. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 December 1906

Th« Senate, . , The returns for the -Senate; '"With postal and absentee votes still to be counted» showthat the 'three -fand^; =. dates at the head of the ""poll for Victoria, and whose positions are , nov ^jkely ? to be disturbed, are as follows : Fraser ... 160,950 . M'Ctill .ïfS^irr' ' Tunneeliffe ... '114^3'to

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 December 1906

HOLLO tïAV -S l'ILLS ASI) UlNT MKNl lutitieu/.i. Coucha und Col-ls lu diseases uf tLie throat aud chest, so urovalcut iu our <;baugcatlc climate, uotbiug to speedily relieves, or bo certainly cures, as these inestimable remedies. '1 hose disorders are too often neglected at their commencement, or are injudiciously treated, resulting ia either case in disastrous consequences to the patient. Holloways remedies will restore, if recovery be possible they allay the alarming symptoms and purify the blood ; Nature consummates the cure, gradually restoring strength aud vital power. By persevering in the uso of Holloway's pr2paratioos tone is conferred on the stomach and frame generally. Thousands of persons have testified that by the use of these remedies aluce they have been restored to health after every other means had failed. Deafness, Noiaas in tao Head. &c positively cured by HABLET "s EAR LOTION This new Remedy goes right to the actual seat of the disease, and has ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 December 1906

IMPORTANT NOTICE. J. MORGAN & Co, PROVISION MERCHANTS. Have removed to No. 97 Chapel Street, Windsor, (near Union Street.) Beg to inform the Public that they have a first-class Show of Bacon, Hamp, Honey, Dairy Produce. &c-, &c Cooked Ham and Beef; Also a. choice Selection of Pot Plants, Cut Flowers, Seeds, Seedlings, etc. Plants Let ON HIBE. TABLE DECORATIONS a Specialty. WREATHS made up on shortest Notice. Oiders punctually attended to. TELEPHONE 258, Malvern. THE CELEBRATED " WEAR-EVER" Aluminum Cooking Utensils. Directly you bring Aluminum into use in your kitchen, you begin to save Money, Time, Fuel and Trouble Being practically everlast ing, they are not expensive. They are beautifully light and clean, do not rust, and are not liable to burn the food. Recommended by the Medical Profession as a safeguard against Appendicitis. Your inspec tion invited A choice selection of E.P. Ware, Electric Pocket Lights, Pins, &c MRS C B. TIMMS Aluminum DePot 3...

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Quoit Match. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 December 1906

Quoit Match- *¡ U.A.O-D. Sports Cii»mpiouship, run- ] ners-up, play-off match, Loyal Ganter- | bury Lodge v. Alpine-Quoit ..Match, i This match was played at Ward's Ai- -j Dion Hotel onï'cfday.the Tth December, ; and waa won by Loyal Canterbury by j 110. The following are the scores- " i CANTERBUEV -C. Lennie 92, S. Pen- ¡ man 96, J. Barrenger 67, W~ Amor 86, ] A- Watt (capt). 61," 2. Chalband 55, < total 437. ALPINE-Poore CO, Harbord: 41. C. ? Horton 34, Briabtou 52, Wal Hortou89, - W. Horton (capt). 71, total .Si?,. s The folio win» scored "thé limit ofl2 Canterbury Members : C. Lennie,.; Sr ') Penman, J. Barrengérj W. Amor, Ai j Watt. Alpine ; Poore, - Wal Borton, W.Horton. _ ' <6- Mi

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 December 1906

" MIES Smith (decidedly plain) : *. Are you an admirer of beauty, Mr ©rota'5?*' ? --Ifib-lfrown {inspired hy desire to be ^tiie) . »* tidally, Miss Smith, if T^lpme b'«uty-I^-couldn't te ungallant to ^ay so/'

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OBITUARY. MR. JOHN DICK. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 December 1906

OBITUARY. MR. JOHN DICK.   Numerous and sincere were the expressions of regret throughout Prahran and district on Monday last when it became known that Mr John Dick had died during the early hours of the morning at his residence, corner of Murray and Bendigo streets. For twenty-four years Mr Dick had been in the employ of the Prahran City Council - for seven years as rate collector and valuer, and seventeen years as re ceiver and paymaster, and resigned three years ago on account of ill health. The deceased gentleman was 70 years of age, and leaves a widow and grown up family. Mr Dick was of Scottish parent   age, having been born in Glasgow, and was a colonist of fifty years. In his earlier career he was a contractor, carrying out various works on the Victorian goldfields. In his official capacity, whilst in the employ of the Prahran corporation, people always found him outspoken, yet withal " one of the best." With a demeanor at times that gave one the im...

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CRICKET. South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association. FIFTH ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 December 1906

Boato Suburban Oaurobw' Cricket AMOOiattOB. FIFTH ROUND. Last Saturday saw the conclusion of fifth round, leaving South Yarra -Kaptist*, Malvern Pres. and rJ John's leading in first grade, and St Matthew's 2nd in second grade. G. Haggart, a promising junior playing with Armadale Baptists, on Saturday, compiled 103 not out by iure and tty lit li cricket. Tbe 6th round commences to-day, but will cot be concluded till after the holidays, viz , Saturday, January 5th. 197. The following are Saturday's de tail scores i FIRST GRADE. Mt. Erica Wesleys, 160 and four wickets for "27, v. Malvern Congrega tionalists, 76 and 108. Mt- Erica won by six wickets and three runs. (Mt. Erica-H. Clarke 74 not oat, \V Furneaux IC not out, Daly 19 ; E. Baker three «Tickets for 7 runs, Teague 2 for 18). -?- " '" *~" Malvern P/esbyteriau, 208. v. St Georges Presbyterian, 87 aud 25 Mal vern won by au innings and 94 tuns. St. George's-Drew 22, G. Lewis 18, R. Amiss 1 wicket for 0, Cook 4 for 32. Malvern-D. li...

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State School Concerte. SOUTH YARRA SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 December 1906

ßOUTH YARRA SCHOOL. The second of the series of the annual musical festivals of the State . Schools of Prahran was given by the ) South Yarra School on Friday: even-; j ing, the 7th inst., in the City : Hall, Prahran, when a very large audience assembled to listen to the excellent programme which had been prepared. Mr R. Craig, head ? master, and his efficient staff of teachers, together with the conductor, Mr J. C. Rennie, and the scholars of thetSchool, must be congratulated on the splendid programme which was presented. The handsome costumes worn by the performer: made a most attractive display, and the meritorious performance of all the items mast have fully recompensed all who bad taken part, including the parents of the children who bad provided them with such beautiful at .ire. » The audience was a most appreciative one. His Worship the Mayor of Prahran (Cr W. Flintott) presided. ' The first part of the programme / was as follows :- | " ¿Ptirroñás, Athletic Club ; recita- j t...

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