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A Milk Sample. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 November 1907

A Milk Sample. At the Prahran Court on Monday last, before Captain Panter (chairman), Major Clipperton, and Messrs Hysiop and Rogers, J's.P., Edward Donnell, dairyman, was charged with refusing to allow City Inspector Rider to take a sample of milk which he then and there demanded. Mr Herald, city solicitor, appeared for the prosecution, and Mr Field Barrett for the defence. Inspector Rider stared that on the afternoon of October 18 he was in a cab, and saw defendant driving his milk cart at the corner of Punt I and Toorak roads. Witness called I out to him, but defendant drove on and turned into Walsh street. Witnessfollowed, and asked defendant I for a sample of milk. Defendant got down from bis cart and started to ' refill his hand-can. Witness said he , wanted a sample from the hand-can, as there were about 4 quarts io it, and he only wanted i£ pints for I analysis. Defendant would not give witness a sample from the hand-can when he first asked for it, and con tinued 10 fill the...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Truant Officer. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 November 1907

Truant Officer. Mr J G. Cocks, truant inspector, of Ararat, bas been ^appointed to take charge of the Prahran district, recently vaoated By Mr Beeching, truant officer, who was transferred to $fce South Melbourne district. From the " Ararat Advertiser" of the rath inst, we cull tie following : - " Mr J. C. Cocks, who for some time past has filled the position'of truant inspector for this district, and who has been ! promoted to the South Yarra and ; Prahran district, left Ararat yesterday I for his new home- Mr Co ks' pro motion to so important a district ii a well merited recognition of the good j work that be has done in this neigh borhood. He proved himself during his residence in Ararat to bs a most energetic and painstaking offi icr, and this has been admitted on all sides, and was recognised both here and in other centres when it became known that he was Itaving, At the Beaufort Police Court on Thursday, the P.M. took the opportunity at tbe conclusion of the court to refer to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 November 1907

Cricket Club Outfit. Consisting of Two Meas Air Cane Bats Brass Mounted and Iron Shod Stumps Lsg Guards, Gloves Compo. Ball Score Book Club secretaries and cricketers should get particulars of the liberal offer by DUKE AND SONS. E. OWEN. Sport« Depot, 281 Chapel-street, Prahran £1 li ; Od. CLARKE'S 1 8.41. «as. A Warranted Core foi .ll Aoçoired ' or Conaüutiouri Biecluzgas ben the Crinum argua; In tittur Jrfc. The» (amtxft! Pille mitt earn. Qr»iH,

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Trades Cricket. FALLON'S V. PRAHRAN TRADES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 November 1907

Trades Crioket. FALLON'S V. PRAHRAN TRADES. The following is the result of the cricket matoh played at Toorak Park on Wednesday between employes at Fallon's drapery warehouse, Chapel street, Windsor, and the Prahran Trades PR & HEAN TRADES. Bice, c Brown, b Scarlett ... ... 10 Rapbeal, b Scarlett ... ... 2 W. Manning, b Bolls ... ... 17 Cartledge, b Rolls ... ... 31 Rostadth b Bolls... ... ... 0 White, c Brown, b Rolls ... ... 6 Phillips, stpd Flitton, b Riches ... 1 Furneaux, c Scarlett, b Rolls ... 9 J. Manning, ran oat ... ... 1 Russell, b Thanin^ ... ... 4 Pregran, not out ... ... ... 2 Sundries ... ... ... 14 Total ... ... ... 97 Bowling-Rolls. 5 for 29 ; Scarlett, 2 for 28 ; Riches, 1 for 6 ; E. Thuding, 1 for 16. FALLON'S Evans, b Furneaux ... ... 0 Flitton, b Rapheal ... ... 1 ThurUng, c and b Furneaux ... 13 B. Holland, stpd and b Furneaux ... 1 G. Stewart, c and b Rapheal ... 3 Scarlett, b Furneaux ... ... 83 Rolls, run out ... ... ... 1 Riches, b furneaux ... ... ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 November 1907

" The Result of Having a Good Name." J. C. HUTTON respectfully requests the Public when purchasing his " 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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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 November 1907

Barber-Hair's geitia* a bit thin on top, sir. Have you tried our' hair restorer ? Customer-Oh, no, its not that ; it's worry. ADVICE TO MOTHRKS '.-Are you broken in your test by a sick ohild suffering with the pain of catting teeth ? Go at once to a chemist and get a boule of Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will relieve the poor sufferer Immediately. It is perfectly harm less and pleasant to taste, it produces natural, quiet sleep, by relieving the child from pata, and the little cherub »wakes "as bright as a hatton." It soothes the child, it BO frans the gams, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is the best known remedy for dysentery and diarrhoea, whether I arising bom teething or other causes. Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup sold by Medi cina dealers everywhere. PHB STRAIGHT TIP for the winner is anxiously sought for prior to any of our great races, and the joy or sorrow of the recipients ia largely measured by tbe amount of money they afterwards win or loee. ...

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Lending Library. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 November 1907

Lending Library. ' The powers that be still have under | consideration the question of estab- | lishing a free lending library in Prahran. That thc proposal will be j carried to a successful iss je appears a certainty, but the u'.t mtte outcome of certain co-operative or amalgama tion suggestions, so far as the Library and Mechanics' Institute are concerned, is surrounded with doubt. In the case of the latter the sub scribers, we understand, have a say in the matter, and rumor has it that they are not too willing to allow the doors of the institute to be thrown open free gratis to the world at large. In the case of the Public Library, however, things are diff;rent, and whether amalgamation is brought about or noi, it is only a question of time when the public will have the satisfaction of seeing a free lending library established in connection with the Public Library. On Monday evening, D;c. 2, the Prahran council is ho.ding a special meeting (in public) in order to re open and enqu...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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A MALVERN COUNCIL. Monday, November 18th, 1907. WIDTH OF TYRES ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 November 1907

A MALÍTJBKir COUNCIL. . -»--- Í L^Moaday, November i8th, 1907. Present-Mayor Elija (chairman}, and CBS Knox, Parslo w* Weller, .^meron, Cornwall, E^OE^ Lewis, J^nlop, Wilson, Holmesan4</àrTôlli WlOTH OP TYRES ACT. I I A petition relative to the Width of Tyres Act «as presented, asking that, the width of tyres be the same as that of Prahran it being pDinted Oat that several persons, had had their tyres ai ered ti rruet ihe requirements of the Act as it was observed in Prahran*, an 1 to again alter sime would mean a great expense. The desire of the petitioners was for a uniform width of tyre, and that the council do not insist upon the maximum weight cf 3 cwt to the I half inch of tyre being enforced, but that it be uniform with the Prahran regulations allowing 4 cwt per half inch of tyre. A good deal of discussion ensued. A moîion j dealing with the matter was proposed ¡ by Cr Wilson, seconde! by Cr Cameron, and eventually carried, to {he effect that the matter be referred...

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Christ Church Choir Festival. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 November 1907

i Christ Church Choir Festival. I On Sunday last the annual choir festival in connection with Christ Church, South Yarra, took place. Three services were he'd, the morn ing preacher bezog His Grace the ! Archbishop of Melbourne, who preached an appropriate sermon from Psalm xcv, 1, 2. The preacher pointed out that the religion of the future, as of the past, would be marked by public worship, and a special blessing was promised to those who assembled together for prayer and praise. In (he afternoon there was a short address by Dean Parkyn, of Ballara^, and a recital by the choir, assisted by other artists. Vocal solos were given by Miss Anne Williams and Mr Horace Stevens, violin solos by Miss Olga Woinarski, and Bridge's cantata, Rock of Ages," by the full ohoir, the whole being under the control of Mr. R. J. Shanks, church organist.' In the evening Dean Parkyn was again the preacher, and delivered an eloquent and appropriate sermon. The festival was a bright and successful function...

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Dr Barnardo's Homes. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 November 1907

Dr Barnardo's Homet. I Night and Day for October, the quarterly issue of the official organ of Dr Barnardo's Homes, is chiefly devoted to a resume of the Annual Report and to an illustrated account of the 41st Anniversary Meeting. The facts and statistics supplied are striking and eloquent. It ie clear that the Homes have a great work j still to do. seeing that in one year [ they reclaimed 2 928 boys and girls at their Open Doors, and that they are admitting nine new cases every day. They have 8,000 children under their care, of whom 1,100 are babies and 1,150 crippled or incurable or defective. We commend this record to our readers. Small wonder that the King of Denmark is recently reported to have sail that Dr Barnardo^ Homes formed the most interesting sight in London ! j At the Prahran Court on Thursday last, before Messrs Flintoft (chair man j, Hyslop, Davies and Chambers, Ps P., a man named Herbert Bradley was charged with embezzling ¿2/14/3, ¿"1/12/6, £1/1/10, and £ijlijto, t...

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BOWLING. PRESIDENT'S TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 November 1907

BOWLING PRESIDENT'S TROPHY. The following are the results of matches played for the trophy presented by Mr C. Wood, President of the Victoria Bowling Association. THIRD ROUND. Armadale 39 beat North Fitzroy 37 Viotoria 49 beat Auburn Heights 3' Bichmond 50 beat Fitzroy 24. Melbourne 41 beat Brighton 39. FOURTH BOUND. Richmond 44 beat Melbourne 30. Victoria 36 beat Armadale 35. The tourney will be concluded to day on the Ci'.y (West Melb.) green, when Richmond and Victoria will battle for final honors.

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All Saints' Church, East St. Kilda. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 November 1907

AU Saints' Church, East St. Kilda. Ia connection with the Jubilee of the above church, a series of special I monthly Sunday evening sermons will be preached on " The Churches' Dealing with the Problem of the Ages." The first of these sermons will be preached to-morrow night by the Rev. Canon Sadlier, and his i subject will be " Evangelisation." At all these services the surplus offertory will be given to the Gregory Memorial Hall.

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Church Parade. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 November 1907

Choron Parade« On Sunday morning last the Mayor of Prahran (Cr Upton), councillors, ex-councillors, Mr Jno. Romanis (Town Clerk), and officers attended St. Matthew's church, where an appropriate sermon was preached by the Rev. W. T. C. Storrs, M.A. The local City Band, the bandsmen wearing their new uniforms for the first time, also attended the service, and played the accompani ments to the hymns, also the " Hallelujah Chorus."

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Prahran Cricket Club [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 November 1907

- I Prahran Cricket Club j Prahran C nb e'u.-v.'; v South Mzlo.'.urne Footballers sti in 1 c'.evea, played at Toonk 1'i'k on r-atur-'fty, lllhin--t S :oiv-Sou :i Mcii-Uriv, 13s (Iv.rr 5* Til .1^- ii 27, Atkins 10, I hom is ii ; /ukin.. > ter 21) Prahr* n ci-.ó . I - \ rn, :y l>er>h%m 2 J , 1 'dii^ackt I 1 ! . 1' t S Ü f ir 4 \ ¡Ste.vari i f r j : li n<:»\ ! fir S The Cl-, J i. ' . ' n u ri nv< t ai Kit hmoQ'1's uro j-¡J 'o ,!iv and fte th-: :i<-sts y\ iv.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 November 1907

The Prahran council meets on Monday evening next. LINUM GâTHARTiCUM PILLS'. ci Mountain Flax. An Agreeable Aperient: Worth a trial.

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Municipal Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 November 1907

Municipal Concert s. There was a large attendance at the P«ahrin municipal concert in ihe Victoria Gardens on Thursday evening last. The weather was most suitable fer outdoor entertainment. Manager M'Micken put forward a very interesting programme. Items by the Victoria Railways Musical Society (under the conductorship of Mr E. H. Haustein) were greatly appreciated, and Mr Ben. Goodson and Mr Sydney Merton also gave some excellent vocal selections, I'etna by the Prahran Band were given, and Johnson and Gibson's bioscope displayed sentimental, thrilling and humorous pictures. The receipts amounted to ¿49/3/4. The ! number of persons present was 4950, including 1500 children. A change office has been placed at the gardens entrance, and this will avoid the necessity cf giving change at the turnstiles. At next Thursday evening's concert Mr R. M'Leish will sing, the songs being illustrated with limelight views. Miss Freda Brandon, champion lady oornettist, will also appear. There will li...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 November 1907

HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS need only a single trial to make known their capabilities. No outside sore or inward inflammation can long withstand the cooling, purifying and healing influences exerted by these twin Hendicaments. Be the mischief recent or chronic great or slight, painful or I simply annoying, it will Buocumb before the curative virtues of these remedies, which can be rightly applied by any person who will attentively read their accompanying directions, which ace propounded in the. plainest langnage, void of all technical terms, and printed in the most legible characters- To the man of business, confined to his coan ting boase, and harassed by engagements, also to the man of pleasure addicted to free living those Pills are invaluable. " KEATING'8 POWDER" destroys BUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES ana all other insects, whilst-qulte harmless to domestic animals. Intmerminating Peella the success of thia powder is extraordinary. It is perfectly dean in appUcatk». i See the ar...

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Ramsay Memorial Fountain. UNVEILING CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 November 1907

Ramsay Memorial Fountain. UNVEILING CEREMONY. On Sunday afternoon last the memorial fountain which has been erected in the new monicipal gardens, Malvern road, Prahran, to perpetuate the memory of the late Dr. J. K. Ramsay, was unveiled in the presence ofa large cumber of citizens. Amongst those present wt re Hon. Donald Mac kinnon, M.L.A., the Mayor (Cr Upton), Crs* Flintoft, Chambers, Nicolson, Banes and Dobson ; Mr Romanis, Town C'erk ; Messrs D. S. Oakley, J Rogéis, Brown, F Wilson, senr., ti. Ambler. W. E. Brunt, F. Dunham, E. Jones, J. H. Furneaux, and others. The fountain is substantial and well destened, and bears the inscription, i ' Erected to the memory of the late ¡J. K. Ramsay, M.D., by admiring friends." On the opposite side is inscribed '' Deeds not words." Mr J. H. Furneaux, hon. sec. of the executive committee, read the following address to the Mayor : - " Dear Sir,-We have pleasure in requesting you to accept, on behalf of the subscriber«, for the use of the citize...

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Prahran Ladies' Benevolent Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 November 1907

Prahran Ladies' Benevolent Society. -1°; Tho committee of the Prahran, South Yarra and Toorak Ladies' Benevolent Society report having relieved 96 oases weekly daring the fortnight ending 14th Nov. The cases numbered 114 adults and 153 children. The adults com prised 50 widows, 8 deserted wives, 17 married couples, 9 aged and single in dividuals, and IS wives whose husbands are away. The expenditure for the fortnight was £27 15s Od. Assistance in clothing may be sent to ' Airlie,' Lara street, South Yarra, and in money to the Hon. Treasurer, ' Glenore,' Wellington street, St Kilda, or the Hon. Secretary, 'Ellerton,' Lansell road. Toorak. Daring the past fortnight 64 visits to oases of illness amongst the poor were paid by the society's nurse.

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