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

The Discount Question. Ia regard to an account of ¿"7/12/2 passed to the Blind Institute for brooms, Cr Miller objected to a dis count of 2| per cent, being taken off the account, as the institute was a charitable one. He moved ia the direction indicated. Cr Skinner seconded the motion. After discussion, however, it waa decided to leave the question of dis count in regard to all purchases in the hands of Cr Nicolson, chairman of the finance committee.

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

KEATINGS POWDER BUGS FLEAS MOTHS BEETLES TINS A BOTTLES ONLY.

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

Cheap Boots. The Sample Shoe Store, (opposite Savings Bank), Prahran, draws attention to the special display of childi ei's rubber and white canvas shoes, in whir h line the store is showing a nice, neat white canvas one-bar with neat caps ; sizes 7 to 13, price i/ti ; also a fine show of children's white and black robber shoes, 7 to 13, pries r/ti. The firm indent this line direct from Scotland, and the eoods are therefore fresh, and at bed-rock prices.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Armadale Baptist Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

Armadale Baptirt Literary and Debating Society. To celebrate their eighth anniver sary the« Armadale Baptist Literacy and Debating Society gave a banquet j in the school ball on Tuesday evening | .last, at which there, was a very large t attendance. In honor of (he occasion j the interior of the building was t very artistically decorated by. s the ladies, the eastern walt being , prettily draped, the predomi nant colors being red, blue and < yellow. All the tables whieh were < plentifully laden with eatables fruits, i jellies, &c , oontained handsome vases , of flowers which materially helped to < make the scene a very pretty an J , effectiveone. The Rev. Alex. G jrdon, < M.A., hon. president, presided, and j was supported by the society's popular < president, Mr D. McRorie. At the j request of the committee, almost all | the members of the socuty appeared j in costumes representing characters i from the works of Charles...

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

An "Exhibit." Cr Bangs displayed aa interés' ing "exhibit" to the council, consisting of a wire worm enclosed in a bottle, which, he stated, had come from a Yan Yean tap off York street. The water in parts of the distriot had not been satisfactory of late, as two or three oances of deposit were obtain able in a bucket of water. Cr Naylor took charge of the worm " exhibit," which he promised to biing under the notice of the Beard of Works officials.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

Rifle Shooting. \ The St. Kilda Rifle Club jour neyed to Leongatha from 9.h tp 11th Nov., and fired a triangular match against the Leongatha and Mardan Clubs, which resulted in a win for Mardan with 8<J4, St. Kilda 870, Leongatha 821. The match was over 200, 600 and 600 yards dis tances, 10 men a-side, seven shots each, and proved very interesting. The visitors were entertained on the range by the Leongatha Club, and a pleasant time was spent. Appended are the scores LEONGATHA. loo yds. jt» yds. 600 yds Tl. 80 26 26 82 Shaw ... Ure ". C. Johnston . Captain Inglis E. Munro J. Hassett A. li ar Tey E. Johnston . J. Munro W. Taylor . R. Steele J. A. M'Qoeen J. W. Coulter R. E. M'Indoe, jnr B. Smith A. SteeU W. E. Steele ... Dave Campbell Captain M'Indoe T. Darling ... 29 31 30 29 29 30 29 30 27 27 80 33 29 27 25 81 25 29 13 27 26 27 26 28 28 29 68 88 89 85 82 63 84 H. Bonn J. Myers H. Greenwell.. A. Bayley R. Machin Captain Short J. King H. Knox J. Le Griffon.. H. M-Quade . G...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, Nov. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, Nov. 25. Present-Mayor Upton, and Crs Dobson, Nicolson, Chambers, Flintoft, Bangs, Kelly, Miller, Naylor, and Skinner. Late Mr Thwaites. Cr Flintofc moved that a letter of condo'ence be sent to the widow of the late Mr Thwaites. The deceased gentleman was a Victorian by birth, and was one of our greaest en girieets, and the whole community had lost the services of a go-id maa. Cr Nayler seconded the motion By the deatb cf Mr Thwaites the State hid lost one of its best engineers. Nobody knew the ability of Mr Thwaites but those who had come in immediate contact with him. Victorians were proud of him. He carried out the great sewerage scheme without a hitch-there had not been a single stoppage. He did not know how he was going to be replaced. He (Cr Naylor; was sorry the Mayor did noe have the flag at tbe Town Hall half-masted as a mark of respect to the deceased gentleman, who was a municipal officer. It was s little respect which the city of ...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Municipal Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

Municipal Concerti. . ' <n"$9B Another excellent attendance "1|ÍÍ the result on Thursday night last at ^-.^3 the Victoria Gardens concert. The "--i^g council so far this season have been. " ' favored with beautiful weather, and _ $ the audiences appear more than: satisfied with the programme sub- -.»-j mitted. On Thursday Mr R. McLeish sang " GaoJ-bye Australia," end "j" Songs Mother used to Sing," with illustrations'. Miss Eva Staley rendered "If those Lips could only " Speak," aid " Two Little Orpbans, whiie Miss Eva Branden, the celebrated corneltist, rendered items in first class s'.y!e Johnson and Gibson's pictures amused and instructed the audience, while last, but r.ot least, our Prahrai City Band; in i heir bright new uniform--, made the a;r mei ry with popular tunes. In accordance w th thc ideas of - vaiiety of programme, a change will be submitted nt xe Thursday, when Miss Pearl Weeks and Mr Victor Newton will sing illustrated songs, the Wonderful Aurelios will ...

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

WONDERS WILL NBVEB CEASE we ere told : bat it cannot be denied that Holloway's Pills areibe greatest wonder of modern times. They correct bile, prevent flatulency, cleanse the liver, and purify the system, strengthen the stomach, increase the appetite, invigor ate the nerves, promote health, and reinstate the weak to an ardour of feeling never before experienced. The sale of these Fills throughout the globe astonishes everybody, convincing the most sceptical that there is no medicine equal to Holloway's Pills for removing : the complaints incidental to the human race. They are indeed a blessing to the afflicted, and a boon to those who i suffer from disorders, internal or externa!. Thousands of persons uavo 1 testified that by their use alone they .' have been restored ta health, after-other remedies bad failed unsuccessful. 'L1HMM CàTHàRTiCUâf PHIS'. </ j Mountain Flax. An AgreeabU Aperient. Worth a trial. ' * - ' M

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Headache, Indigestion and Constipation. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

Headache, Indigestion aud Coustinatiou. 'AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. It trill interest sufferers to know that a valuable medicine. called Froo toids, Las been di sro vere J, wliiea is now completely curins each of ti:a above-named coui!>Iainis. Frootoids arc elegant lu appearance, und phea sant to take, and, what is of the ut most import.mee. are Uior.>'.'._:i;!y reli able in affording quick re!.cf. You do not require to po on tailing them for a prolonged period, as is necessary with some medicines, which oven thea are mostly disappointing; you simply take a dose of Frootoids when ill and repeat the dose if necessary, but gene rally one dose is quite effective. Frootoids are immensely inore valu able tliau au ordinary aperient, iii so tar that they uot only act as aa ape rient, but do remove from the bio ul, tissues, and internal organs all tUe waste poisonous matter that is rios« ging them and choking the ehr. ii'.'.els that lend to aud from them. The ! \ie ficial effects of Froo...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Christ Church Gymnastic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

Christ Ghoroh Gymnastic i Club. i -O- I The Christ Church Gymnastic and ; Athletic Club, South Yarra, gave one of its enjoyable entertainments in tHfe club's hill, Punt road, on Friday evening, worn there was a goof at tendance of members and their friends. Rev. Canon Tucker, the president of the club, presided. An 1 excellent programme was provided, i which proved highly entertaining. The club is now in its twenty-thi'd year of existence, and is without doubr one of the very best instituions : of its kind in the Si ate. Much praise , is due to Mr J. A. Lessels, the hon secretary, for the perfectness of the ; -arrangements in carrying out the pro- i gramme of Friday evening, every- ¡ thing to the smallest detaii having ( been attended to. Proceedings were inaugurated < with an exhibition of a slow-running ; character, in which the evolutions were very pretti'y performed, Messrs ; Cad^y and Ryan next gave an interesting three rounds at quarter staff, and this was followed ...

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

All Sporting Requisites AND CrickeUfflalerial J. K. SMITH, The Sports Kmporium, 136 Elizabeth-street, MELBOURNE Citalogue of Sporting Bequisitfs free any address & ti 0<£ . We largest OSCULATION cfanqJStubiirh, J^ewspäper. Out* Advertising Business Directory. ASHTON STUDIOS, V Photographic Gallery, 112 Chapel Street, Windsor. AIL SAINT-' GRAMMAR SCHOOL, Chi-el Street, East St. Kilda. ALMA ROAD FREPARATOBV GAAMMAB SCHCOL AMI KINDERGARTEN, Congregational School Rooms, St Kilda. Ai'Hs, Undertaktr, High-st and Robe-st, St Kilda Miss K. A. ASTLEY. Private School, z6s Inkerman-st, St Kilda ATHLETIC TRAINING SCHOOL, GectT Moriarty, principal, 160 62 Flinders-lane, Melbourne H. J. AUSTIN, Fruiterer and Confection er, 45 Chapel St, Windsor A. E. BATISTE, Confection er, 107 Chapel-st, Prahran HENRY E. BIRD, Estate and Insurance Agent, 48 Chapel st, Windsor, op station T. BRIDSON, Tailor and Cutter, 32 Chapel st, Windsor Mr W. E Bau NT, M.A., LL.B., Barrister and so'icitor, ...

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

/\ LCD Satisf ies Local Readers. FROOFS AT EVERYBODY'S DOOR. The Case of Mrs. J. EASTWOOD. Al- <{ JA' /.v. When fully experienced .md piopcrly organised in tile fut ii e. women's votes M ll undoubtedly IK' C: S; sol d for the protection <f heme .-.nd all timi iliur - tielty inipl; -. The we I fa f.- if linnie in the full sense <»f tile v.ord i- uiliually of first importance to thom, and t'e man to bring mo-t haupinos; to the hearth will he thc one to receive their political suppoit. A gnod tum is never forgotten by tin» fair sex, as evidenced bv the remarks of Mrs. Jeannie Üast wood. of No. 193 KoK-strcot. Port Mel bourne, who said : "I shall alway- lie mindful cf thc kindness of a girl friend oí mine who. when f was ill und weak some ten ye irs since, went to the. trouble cf calling specially to give me some advice." 'Yes." said the reporter, "may 1 ¡hear what it was:'"' I "It iras to try a med ¡rino she had j lately been using, and w hich, she said...

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A Bad Piece of Road. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

-j A Bad Pieos of Road. To THE EDITOR. Sir,-I beg to draw your attention to the state of the road in Chapel street, between Toorak road and the bridge over the Yarra, lt is in such a state of disrepair that when rain has fallen, or when the water cart has gone over it (as it frequently does), the road is nothing but a series of puddles, with stretches of mud in between, wi ich is a terrible mess for a cyclist or pedestrian to find himself embogged in ; also, when it is dry there remain large deposits of dost. The council has made a half-hearted attempt to remedy this state of affairs by having a few shovelsful of metal thrown into the worst of the holes, but this has only shown up the remainder, and has made the street more bumpy than ever (if it is possible). This being the highway from Richmond and Hawthorn to Prahran, I think it is quítenme that the authorities saw the advîsahititir I of renewiog this road, -Yours. &c. D1SGÜSTED 3&yn/'o7.

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

I Rosmarium Hair Tonic. P/\BmaT>mm contains, ia the first place, all the properties I itiOSIUciriUlIL 0f the old fashioned but well-tried and well ed plint Rosemary : <econdly, those e'ements which form a food for» the Hair, cJnibiucd with sub.-tantes which excite the scalp j to healthy activity, and dissolve dandruff, j In addition to the^e virtues, it is a preparation that imparts a| I--.umkil ulos- io the hair. aa ' is a m st refreshing application. Rosmarium won't do impossible things lt won't make Hair Grow when the roots arc dead. lt will do much to keep your Scalp tn a healthy condition. Rosmarium is sold entirely on its Merits. W hen we My that it will stop Haif* from failing out, thai it will cure Dandruff, that n will stop itching scalps, that ic will give a healthy gloss to the flair, We mean it, .md hack up our assertions with a positive guarantee. Wa know that Rosmariam will do MORE than ci ha? Hair préparations I;., lim:, -mailing, sweating Summer Handrul...

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

MR A. WILSON, Consulting Herbal Specialist Hours-io to i ; 2 to 5 p.m. M.U.H.A. (Registered) 17 WAIKER STREET, PRAHRAN. Send for free Booklet. Indigestion. Liver, Kidney, and Chronic Internal Diseases treated by the mo>t Up-to-date Extracts, &c NOTE-I am DO relative of anyone of the same name in the same street. Ur Wilson's New Invention. (.BRAN COMPOUND for the t>KIN and CO VIPLKXION. Send for descriptive circniar ; free by post to any address. Tho Only Herbalist is at No. 17. Tne BLUE ARC LIGHT is my sign. COOKING STOVES. JONES, -314 Post Off ice Place Rear General Post Office. Deal Direct with Manufacturers Sole makers "Melba," "Times," Harvester," ' New! Home," "Daisy." 35/-. Direct Dealing saves Middlemen's Profit. Copper Boiler, Cast Iron Furnaces, Colonial Ovens. -o JONES,the Manufacturer, 314 Post Office Place. Telephone 108, City. RECOMMENCED AND USED BV ALL GOOD NURSES For Sciatica, Lumbago, Influenza, Liver Complaints and Affections of the Throat and Chest. ...

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The Standard SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30TH, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

The Staudard SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 80TH, 1907. We understand that Cr Naylor intends to give notice of motion in the Prahran council to have the height of - the destructor chimney raised another sto ft. A special meeting of the Prahran council is to be held on Monday evening next to re open the enquiry into Mr Dean's case. Prahran's contribution towards the Lady Mayoress's appeal on behalf of the Women's Hospital amounts to ¿62. The fund was inaugurated by Cr Flintoff when Miyor, and roost of the money was obtained from private subscriptions. Mr Zoe Solomon selects the following team for the test matoh, England v. Australia :-Noble, Duff, Tramper, Cotter and Johnson (New South Wales) ; Armstrong, Ransford and Hazlitt (Victoria) ; and Hil!, Wright and Gehrs (South Australia). A free public concert will be given by the pupils pf Miss Ada Casey, of Toorak, in the Try Society's Hall, Surrey road, Hawksburn, on Monday night. The public are invited. At Prahran Court on Monday last George Cole...

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South Suburban Chruches Association. FIRST CRA[?] [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

South. Suburban Ohurch93' ¿ss'-íiatisa i ]?] iii Millern I'r¿sti\u ri,;n-, 114' aiu j> v. All Snin s' Church cf b in !a¡i M 1 : : ! .pi (G. M.iclrn four , f >r II) Wu:i ;'. Hast M ilvem ; Pi tal ry «.tia- s !.). ig t uns. j St. M.ii'hnv's, ;Ó2 i Hei jamin 33, II. Hün 1 1^- 31 :. rd three lor nj! V. ! S:, (je r13.; »11-1 1 i>j(D. Derrek ¡3. ii L- «...-:= 3 ( i L-VUÍ ;i) Won1 t y st. M it.hew's by 23 rons on fir*t , inni- p. _ j l'unt K'i.1 Meihodis-t-J, 171 andi 74 1S. Iv i s flute fc-r 2), v. St. 1 Alban's, io1- and eight wickets lor 36 (I. Cirt en-il six for 53, H. Hogan 20 and 2 2'. Wen by Punt Rad .Mc li n;bi- bi 63 runs t n ti ret innings. ' Mal-.ttn I'r^stivte'ianp, B X wi eke s ' for 152 fr'oitd innings) : E llulme -"i. 1'. M '? 46 ; J Ploumin eght I ir 27 :i'-il li. Hu'me ri.e for 13), v. MJUII, 1-. K.I. ij and 27. Won hy ; Malvern 1' e^bvterians by tn inDings j an 1 7 2 ru: s. M ilv-.rn ( oiRiesiti nais, 156 and i.imf r 52 (H. E lis eight for 31). \ rrahrm I'teslyte...

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South Yarra A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

South Tarra A.N.!. -* The half yearly meeting of the South Yarra branch of the A.N.A. was held at the A N.A. Hall on Tuesday, 19th inst. A good atten dance of members was presided over by the President, Ur H. Martin. Mr A. Peverell, vice-President of the Board of Directors, was present, and ins-ailed the newly eleoted officers to th ir respective positions He also addressed a few remarks re the working of the A.N.A. as a whole for the last eight months, stating that there were now nearly 25,000 members and £250 000, it being the wish of the President of the Board that there should be both these totals before next Match. Mr T. Gillard, ex-President of the Metropolitan Committee, attended on behalf of that body, and spoke a few words relative to the forthcom ing Fete and Exhibition. Both gentlemen received a hearty welcome and good hearing, they both being old favorites of the South Yarra branch. The following were elected to fill the varions offices for the ensuing half-year-Presiden...

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Try Society Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 November 1907

Try Society Concert. Under the auspices of the South   Yarra Try Society, a very successful concert was held in the society's hall on Monday evening last, when there was a good attendance present to listen to the very entertaining programme which had been prepared. The proceeds of the concert are to be devoted to the Children's Church annual picnic. Mr J. J. Griffin pre- sided, and amongst those present     was Mr W. M. Forster, hon. leader of the society, and Mrs Forster. The principal item on the programme was the cantata " Fairy Rosebuds," for which several small girls and boys, all of whom were prettily attired, had been carefully and capably instructed by Miss Moor, who is deserving of much praise for the very effective display and careful interpretation which the young people   gave of the piece. Those who took part were Miss Nellie Raymond, Queen of Blue Fairies ; Miss Gertie Allan, Larkspur; Miss Jessie Lucas, Pansy ; Miss ...

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