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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

Auction Sale. Â valuable building allotment, Albert street, Windsor, will be sub mitted at auction an Saturday, December 14th, at 3 p m, under instructions from the owner, by D. C. Armstrong, in conjunction with A. C Greenwood. (Telephone 141S Windsor) Prahran. Ll S6FD COMPOUND. Stockport Seaway «or cough* «nd c Of 40 years' proven efficacy. fià-TO SOAP For Medical.Toilet, and Nursery use A. TILLEY, South Tarra 411 say, mamma," asked little Tommy, '* do fairy tales always be gib with' Once upon a time ?" " No, dear, not always," replied mamma ; they sometimes begin with ' My love, I have been detained at ? the office again to night.' "

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
St. George's Girls' Guild. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

I St. George « Gide' Guild, j The annaal display of the St. .George's Girls'. Guild was held on .Wednesday night in tho St.; jKilda Town. :HJ4K Xfong ¡before the apr pointed tufirfor the beginning of perfcrnnanoe every available seat was filled, and there were still dozens of people left in . the passa» ; way desiring admission. About ? 3 io girls took part in the physical i culture exercises and drill, and as many as possible in the basket ball and hookey ring games, &c. First on the programme came a Spanith gipsy chorus, " We are a Bind of Z ngari '* bv tbs junior chci', con da ted by Mr C. W K. ny, shewing evidenc: of ca eful training. An im- 1 portant feature ia- the physical exer- ( CÍSÍS, unier Mr C'atence Weber, physical instr actor, wa; the re-nark- , able way in which the girls made all the necessary charges ia their '? movements without any assistance . whatever, except what they could 1 get from the music itself, which was j played by Mr J. Madel an with the ¡ pia...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fallon's Corner. WHERE BIZ HUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

Fallon's Corner. I WHERE BIZ HUMS. The annual midsummer sale at Fallon's Drapery Warehouse, of 123 to 131 Chapel s'.reet, Prahran, is now on. This is the establishment where the public are informai that " biz hums," and there is not a shadow of doubt about it that during the pro gress of the present midsummer sale the volume of business wiil be ex tremely large, and a credit to the progressive citv of Prahran. Why ? Because the bargains offered are so enticing, io numerous, and more than ordinaiily eheap. At Fallon's Corner, they tell us that ' If sterling values and highly desirable goods at low prices will do the bu si ne-s, success is absolutely assured." A glance through the bargains offered in the various departments conclu sively proves that. The firm is issuing a compact catalogue of goods \ and prices, and the public would do well to obtain a copy so that they can see for themselves the innumerable bargains that have been placed at their disposal by the enterprising Fallon's...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

ADVICE TO MOTHERS !-Ate yon broken in your rest by a sick child suffering with the pain of catting teeth ? Go at once to -a chemist and get a bottle of Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will relieve the poor sagererImmediately. It is perfectly harm less and pleasant to taste, it produces natural, quiet sleep, by relieving the child from palo, and the little chenab awakes "as bright as a boston." It Boonies the child, it aoftanB the gams, allaya all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is the best known remedy far dysentery and diarrboaa, whether ariring from teething or other causes. Hes Winslow's Soothing Syrap sold by Medi cine dealers everywhere. cunxfs 8.41. PILLS. nttPouiy. Sort* ynnr nocen* fiaU bj an Obenua sai A Warranted Cura foi all AotBimd or OaosOcottoaal Dtacbaigm ten ti» Urinaqr Orgmm ta clthar tex. Xbeat Uaaat Kilt ale» cnn Goud, Pana Ia tba Back, and aS Kidney Diaonlert. gae tea» Gtajndkcepeta Uunoghoot tba GENT'S FOOïWEÂK CáLL AT 1 -CROOK'S,^ 874 Chapel Str...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

"KEATINGS POWDER" destroys BUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES and all other insects, whilst quite harmless to domestic animals. In exterminating Beetles the success of this powder is extraordinary, tt is perfectly clean in application. See the miele you purchase is " HEATING'S, 'and with the Signatare THOMAS KEATING on eaob tic, as imitations are noxious and in effectual. Sold in tins, 6d and is each, by Ol chemists. The St. Kilda council meets on Monday evening next.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Prahran Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

Prahran Cricket dob Owing to the penn n aalrVs ro* being played to-day, the Trahrin Club XI will meet St. Martin's on the turf wicket at Toorak Park. I Play starts at 3 p.m. sharp. The Prahran te im will be picked from Ashman, Blazsy, Blackie, Cummings, Cusdin, Chipperfiäld, Duncan, Findlay, Miller, Mitchell, Pausacker, Eîphae' and Swan.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ramsay and Langley Memorials. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

Ramsay and Langley Memorials. -. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-Your footnote of explanation uvdcr my letter in last week's issue does not quite answer the question. What we want to know is, Why the work was not done by local firms ? Surely they can compete with those of othtr districts. In what manner was the work thrown open to public competition, and tenders and designs publicly called for? Was it through the advertisingcolurans of the daily or local papers ? and did our district firms respond ? If so, why were they not successful ? In asking these questions one remembers that the orders placed local1 y would have mean tem ploy ment of local tradesmen, and a part of the subscribers' money being spent in the district ; as it is, nos^iblv not a Dennv of it returns to I Prahran. Yours, ¡&c.. LOCAL ENTERPRISE. 27/11/07. I [Mr Davies informs us that designs for the tablet were called through the daily press, and everybody was given the same chance. Money towards the tablet was received f...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hospitality by Cr Flintoft. BOWLERS ENTERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

Hospitality bj Or Fllntoft. . I lT1 j BOWLERS ENTERTAINED. Cr W. Flintoít, jm^irÉ Melbourne BoWEng Club.e^wtaiim members of the club and tateaemá rive towlers from oilier ct$¡$s *Q: * smoke social at the Wiàdsioè^avil^» OD Thursday evening ias&;' Tb*w was a large attendance, and the evening proved a very enjoyable one indeed-a real bowlers* convivial gathering, and Cr Flintoff* hospita lity was greatly appreciated. rThe Mayor of Prahran (Cr Upton) Nvas present, as also were Crs Dobson, Nicolson, Bangs, and Chambers ; -Mr j. Romanis, town clerk; Mr W. Ca'der, city surveyor, and many other well known people. The toast of The King was duly honored. The toast of the V.B.A was proposed by the Presilent ; and responded to by Messrs G. N. Arnali, !\ P. Hannah, E. J. Lewis, }. F. Cussen, and J- Dunning. The toast of the Mayor and City Council of Prahran was proposed, by Mr J. Andrews, and responded fd by Mayor Upton. : ( . Mr G. Thompson proposed ki mired clubs, which was responded ...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Trades Cricket. Wednesday Softgoods Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

I Trades Cricket i _ Wednesday Softgeo&s Aasoclattoa. 1 Colosseum v. Big Store, at I Elsternwick-Colosseum, 139 ard i none for 9; Big Store, 36 and 112 ¡ runs (W. J. Scarlett 38, W. Studley 24, L Grey not out 14, A. Charman Iii; Burton eight wickets for 33 j runs, E. Riches one wicket for 6 j runs). Colosseum won by io wickets and 2 runs. i Foy and Gibson's. 119, v. C. M. j Read's, io and 30. Parker took nine wickets for io, Lees six wickets for 30. Foy and Gibson's won by an innings and 79 runs.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

r = j ! Two AT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS. All rafiaring from irritation of the throat 1 end hoarseness will be agreeably surprised ' at the almost immédiate relief afiorded bj t tbs usa of "Brown's Bronohfal Trechea." > These bunora " lozenges " are now »old by i most respectable chemists in tins country. . People troubled with a *' hacking ooogh," - a "alight edd," or bronchial affection», . cannot try then too soon, as similar > troubles, ii allowed to progwsa. remit In j seriooa Pulmonary and AsümWicaáections. ? See that the signature of John L Brown A Son is on every wrapper.-Prepared by ? John I. Brown & eon, Boston. VJB.A. t European depot, SS, Farringdon road, Lon . don, England. articles.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
State Schools Premiership. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

State Schools PremUrahip. Iq connection with the metropoli tan state schools premiership compe tition, St. Kilda won their match against Prahran West by lax runs. The scores wt re :-St. Kilda, 4a and ! 160 ; and Prahran West, 36 and 45. I Lilley made 63 and Hart 4a foe,' the winners before they retired. LiUey to ak eight wickets for 12 and six for 6 for the winners.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Prahran Council Adminstration. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

Prahran Connell Adminktraüon. -- At the Prahran council meeting on Monday evening last the following letter was received from Mr H. W, Dean, paymaster "I am informed that the matter of , my redaction ia to be re opened, and farther diaonseed at a spécial meeting of «bri council to be held on Monday even- 1 ing, the Sad day of December, at 8 * o'clock. Thia is of very great moment I to me, bot I do not wiall to discuss | what I personally feel in référence to it | at the present time, bnt in jastioe to j myself I feel that the connell ought to extend to me the privilege of having '. professional assistance at the meeting, having regard to the fact that I ehall be j virtually in the position of an accused I person, and be subjected to examination i by mora than one ' person aa to my actions in the matter of dispute. I am [ assuming that I shall be afforded every , opportunity of proving my bona fides in everything I have done, and my loyalty ' to the council as an officer and a citize...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

11 The Resuit 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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St. Kilda v. Essendon. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

St. Kilda v. Essendon. - ? Tile seaside s' bowie s Karl and I Matthews Ind a ci.t on Saturday ' list against F-iScnd.v. [ he former J t^ain hui made 2^1 on il.e tirst j Sit ur Úay. and l '1 ? Un h w er< ns med iiisniib.-cii the Libstuc'on team iwice for < x tri y 54 m t H h lini ngs K . r.'s iVtrat'c t jr toe afttrrooa iv;ií ti^ht wi kets ter 31 run«, and ¡ M a t th t- w s eg'it io' ci. M. Kilc'a « on by an innings and 174 runs. j ' i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

> HOLLOWAY'S FILLS. Cure for - Indigestion. Indigestion, with torpidity . of the liver, is the corse of thousands, , who spend each day with accumulated Bufferings, all of which may be avoided , by taking Holloways Pills according to * their accompanying directions. They r strengthen and invigorate every organ f subservient to digestion. Their action i is purifying, healing and strengthening. , They may be safely taken without inter fering with ordinary pursuits, or requir ing much restriction in diet- 'they quickly remove noise and giddiness in 5 the head, and dispel low spirits and 0 nervous fears. These balsamic Pills r work the care without debilitating or e exhausting the system ; on the contrary, they conserve and support the vital ¡j principle by substituting pure for impure blood.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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CRICKET Prahran v. Richmond. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

CRICKET I I Prahran v. Richmond. j Tho l'.ahran leam bad t> fice a fitori cf ::S rjns, and the rain whLh f li ( u l i 'ay ni¡;l t had maje ti e uinkt t cn the il nv s dj, whuh certain y '¡id not enhance iht ir dunce. Jiu; turned ont io be the (as-, «s tiny c nil only minage a v:or" ct 2 2 ur.-, of which number 1'. lier. :i w s 'c-|5i nsi Lie f. r m. T. K .»li j'i au.) I. llo-an 3 i u t ie the oilier principal run fe'.teis On going in a ste md time Prahran lost uv.> wick« ts for 128 runs, P. Bowden 43, ti, Kogers 33 not out and J. Horan 32 not out, getting ihe runs. Thc lo.a^s k st by 126 runs on the first inningä. I

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Prahran Branch A N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

Prahran Branch A N. à. -v The half-yearly meeting of the Prahran branch of the A.N.A. was held at the Prahran Town Hall on Wednesday evening last. An official visit was paid by the Chief President of the Board, Mr A. J. O'Dwyer. The elections resulted as follows : - President, Mr W. E. Brunt ; vice president, Mr A. C. Greenwood ; treasurer, Mr G. B. Ewart ; secretary, Mr G. Fitssimmons ; assistant secre tary, Mr F. H. Kermode; auditors, Messrs J. M. Mort and S. H. Watson ; committee, Messrs S. Kar mel, H. G. 1 Macdonald, F. McNaughton, R. L. Tregardh and F. C. Wilmot ; con ference delegates, Messrs G. Fits simmons and S. H. Watson ; metro , politan committee. Messrs H. A. A. . Embling, F. L. McFadzean and R. T. Ring ; dispensary delegates, Messrs G. Fitzsimmons and R. W. ¡ MacDonnell ; press correspondent, r Mr A. C. Greenwood.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

Cricket Club Outfit.' t' I M- ill J CÍ- ¡ TUM MCI ? AU Cane Rats | 1'. is- Monti cd and Iron Shod M.imps li ii (iuinis, Gloves >co e Book I £\ 1 I ni I Club ÍC. r ;:ati.-s a id cr eketers j sh 1.1 .'. ¡.et p.irMru'ars of ih¿ liberal ! offer li;, 1 U K h ^s .) Si NS : E. OWEN Sports D.pot ! 28ï Chap<3!-stre3t, P/ehrrn |

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Estimates and Officers' Salaries. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

Estimates and Officers' Salaries. The estimates of receipts and ex penditure for the year ending 30th September, 1908, were presented and adopted. The actual receipts last year were ¿"42,388, and the estimated receipts for the present financial year were set down at ¿44,400. A credit balance of ¿"1,444 was brought forward (rom last year. The following is the list of offices, their positions, salaries per annum, and proposed increases J. Romanis, Acting Town Clerk, £825. H. Weaslink, Chief Clerk, £210. W. Calder, City Surveyor, £400 ; pro posed Increase, £50. P. T. Fairway, Assistant City Surveyor, £208 ; proposed increase, £12. H. W. Dean, Paymaster. ¿265 ; proposed increase, £5 H. H. Bottomley, Collector, £240. W. Mitchell. Collector, £125 ; proposed increase, £10. H. Rider, Inspector, £250 W. N. Tripp, Inspector, £150 ; proposed increase, £10 A. E. McMicken, Librarian, £200. (Sun days, £19 10s.) H. R. Dainty. Librarian, £82 10s : pro posed increase, £7 10e. .). W. Bell, Halikeeper...

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The Destructor. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

The Destructor. Cr Miller referred to a misunder standing that had arisen in regard to a formal opening of the destructor. He was told that about a hundred people had assembled at the destruc tor on a recent Saturday under the impression that a ceremony of the kind was to be held. Ile hoped the Mayor would have a public opening of (he destructor. Cr Bangs also referred to the mis understanding. A friend hid called in and had taken him to the supposed opening ceremony. People round about did not know the destructor was at work. Cr Naylor : Don't they ? There are complaints. Cr Bangs : You are living at Hampton.

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