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Draughts Championship. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

Draughts Championship. At its meeting on Monday eveniag last the Prahran council received a communication from Mr A. E. M'Micken, conveying the official intimation that the Prahrao Draughts Club, which is a member of the Draughts Club Association, had won the championship. The clubs con cerned ari included in the metropoli tan area. The information was received with satisfaction and pleasure,

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HAWKSBURN STATE SCHOOL. (Malvern Road). [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

! HAWK8BDSN STÍtB%CHO0L -(Malvern taSfjr ^ | Mr C. S. Halkyardjnead master of the Hawksburn State School, together with' his staff of - teacSerV*; the musical conductor, Mr. "J. Ç. Rennie, , and the accompanist, Miss BennieVtnost be congratulatedon the very entertaining programme pro vided hy the pupils of $be~ school.in "Ü¿>tarañ~CrtyTIaTl OQ^TuesdCy pride at_jthe «xce'Itnt nay io which, they entertained such a large auilie^ce «MI a*4y ac^sîoriï Among those pe^g#r(|I$i Warship th?' Mayir «TPr»hranTfCr H " Up'on) an i tlie Mayoress, Op on. Toe programme was a meritorious "TboèT all those who took part fully realising the importance of the occasion, and consequently giving their several numbers e in a highly depreciative manner. =? The-programme for the first part of " the concert was. , as follows-Pong, f* Happy Chil j dren," MISSES VIOLA ZEPLIN, MYBTIE DOWDNEY ; Recitation MASTER DONALD CAMERON ; Wands, GIRLS' GYMNASTIC CLUB ; Sang, " The Owl and the Moon," Miss AGNES MCCARTHY ;...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Madame Blanche Arral. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

Madame Blanohe- Atwal. This evening, in the Melbourne Town Hall, Madame Blanche Arra!, famed as a star in opera comique and lyric opera, will give a grand concert, when there will no doubt be a large audience to greet one of the world's greatest singers. The second concert is announced for Tuesday, Dec. 17, and there is a probability of a final appearance at either the Town Hall or the Theatre Royal. The box plan U at Allan's, Menzies and the Qrand. Prices -5/-, 3/-, 2/-, 1/, are announced. The committee of the Prahran Creche report that 252 children attended the creche during the month of November. Any donations towards the Xmas treat for the children wi 1 be gladly received at the Creche, 19 Princes street. Prahran. There was a large audience at the Marsden benefit concert in the St. Kilda Town Hall on Monday even ing last, and an excellent programme was gone through. Amongst those who took part, Mr Ff ahk mason's baritone singing was much admired, and the vooalist justified the n...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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HIGH STREET SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

HIGH STREET SCHOOL. Pupils selected from the High | j itrtet *tate School contributed a we<l . Drepared prrgrsmme in the Prahran , City Hall on Monday evening, on < which occasion there was a very-large . ittepdanoe. All the items were well . prepared, and. the young ladies and < ierjiieoaenswho tookf^aj*.are entitled ? to every commendation for the j pleasant evening provided. Colonel ; McLaren, the bead master, together , with his staff, and Mr J. C. Rennie, , the musical conductor, and Miss ' Rennie-.pianist, are also.entitled to , praise tor Slaving» arranged. su¿ji.'an . entertaining programme, which was , keenly appreciated throughout. ] Trie 'Infants gave a splendid ac- , tion song, Misses L. Hawthorn . and M. Wilby gave .a dance ; . selected boys gave numb bells and , an action song, while selected girls . gave some fine dub swinging; the winning team at the State Schools , sports favored with physioal drill and laney marching, Special praise...

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ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, Dec 9. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, Deo 9. Present-Mayor Upton, and Crs Dobson, Nicolson, Chambrrs Flin toft, Bangs, Kel y, Naylor, Skinner and Luxton. VICTORIA GARD ENS. 1 It was n solved that the Iccal commitiee of the Queen Victoria Hospital Appeal Fjnd be informed the council cancot see its way to grant their application for the use of the victoria Gardens. I,IKE ÜOYEBNCRS. On the r?Commen<'ation of the finance committee, it was decided That His Worsh p the Mayor (Cr Henry Upton, J P.), be nominated a Li'e Governor of the Melbourne Hospital, in respect of the council's coniribution to that institution for the year 19u8 ; that the Mayoress (Mrs Henry Upton1, and Cr G. C. Kt Hy be nominaed as Life Gover nors of i he Alfred Hospital,in respect of the (oiiBoil's contribution -for the year l'JOS." 1 TRAMWAY CROSSINGS. Mr H. Wilcox, assistant manager of the Melcourne Tramway Co., wrote stating that the company could not see ns way to comply witft 1 a rt quest maje hy t...

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State Schools Annual Musical Festivals. SOUTH YARRA SCHOOL [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

Stale Schools Ànna%l Maiieal JiOUTH YAKK A SCHOOL ^^^'Oc^l&i,^^^ preseníflfnd daríag the evening, in the course of |MBppech, made some very enoourag- | ing and helpful remarks. The hon. -gentleman was,thankea,by, Mr D 8. ; Oakley, chair y ari' Of the! tahran B jard of Advice, ïor Irs kindness in being prisent and for his kindly remarks The programme was a very interesting ene, and iefl.-cted much credit" oii all who took part. The Brstpart consisted of some excel lent misaílíanerous items,-.. which evidenced the Care and. training that had bseti imputed by the teaphers. _ The Misses J£"ty Paters ana nttu^yvvTîïle Tävörca"'' Wirb^-V pretty pianoforte duet. Miss Lily Barker's recitation *« Heroes " was much appreciated, as was also Miss I. F^w-jterjsjecitation ri Christmas," and Miss Reina Sctnf s pianoforte solo. 01assfI gave an action song, Class Lf|a 60ng ' ÍUsher Girls," Class III scarf drill and recitation ; pyramids'Thiitle Club;. ; Class,,!Vf song Flower Sellers,"..and ...

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On Holiday Toun. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

On Holiday Tout«. Mr J, E Fraser, senior partner in the CHRONICLE newspaper and print in z offices, leaves on Wednesday nest on a visit to New Zealand, where his parents reside. Mr Fraser will be absent a few weeks, an-i we are sure his many friends will wish him an enjoyable trip to and from the Dominion.

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The Standard SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14TH, 1907. THE VALUE OF THE COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

The Staudard SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14TH, 1907. THE VALUE OF THE COLONIES. In oar last issue we dealt with the subject of Imperial Federation acd the natural corollary leads us to " Preference." When this question was debated with so much force and eloquence by the Prime Minister in England, it was remarkable to notice the way in which it was treated notably by the Liberal Press. They took an attitude that was not only hostile, but in many cases it was distinctly discourteous, simply be cause being so hidebound by tradition they could only look at the subject from a narrow partisan standpoint. Now it was no part of the Commonwealth's representatives to dictate any policy to the Home Government, bat it was their mission to show wherein they perceived lhat the bonds of Imperial Union could be strengthened and the Km pire drawn closer together-hence when the proposal was made it should have been received and examined free from party spirit and simply with the dominant idea cf what is best ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

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Pride of the Tana Tent, I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

Pride of the Tana Tent, I.O.R. * There was a splendid attendance at the quarterly meeting of the above tent, on Tuesday'-* evening- Bro. Trotman opened the meeting, and then called on Bro. John Vale, the organif er of the Order, to occupy the chair for the remainder of theevening. The brethren were in working humor, and the usual large budget of quar terly business was transacted in good time. The brethren also took6 into consideration the remuneration of the officers of the tent, and voted an increase all round. The secretary received an additional £i/5L per quarter, treasurer, to/- ; auditors, 7/6, and stewards, 2/6. The principal business was the election of officers for the ensuing six months, and there were some close contests. The following are the results:-Chief Ruler, Bro. G. Reeves ; Deputy Ruler, Bro. E. Williams ; P.C R, Bro. E. Trotman.; .secretary, Bro E. Marshall ; treasurer, Bro. Â. Grant ; stewards, Bros. Treloar and A. Dean; levite. Bro. -Ridoutt; guardian, Bro. R. ...

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Wattle Lodge, U.A.C D. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

! Wattle Lodge, U.I.O D. Tho half yearly meeting of the above lodge was held in the Victoria Hall. High street, on Monday, Nov. 27th. The secretary's report was very encouraging, showing a general improvement in all branches, The treasurer's bank book showed that during the term ¿"250 had been invested, leaving a substantial balance to the credit of the lodge. At the doss of the business the following officers were elected, and instátlédoy'the D.P', Bro.Murphy A.D., Sister F. Green; fV>A.D, Sister Ms Shirley ; secretary, Sister R. Barringer ; treasurer, Sister C. Wilkinson ; IG., Sister Murphy ; 0 G., Sister J. Pye*, âJXBM Sis ers F. Goss and V. Hems ; V.\.D.B , Sisters B. Shir ey and Morland ; auditor, Sister Goss ; press corres pondent, bister Prentice ; harmony committee, Sisters 'Goss, Harrison, Moroney, Murphy, Shirley, E. Peebles and Pi entice. On Monday next a grand concert will be held in the Victoria Hall, to which all friends are be^rqly invite ï. The programme bas been...

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Prahran Dertrootor. COMPHAINTS AS TO ITS WORKING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

Prahran Dertrootor. ^ CQMK^INTS^S tTO J£S* A disOTBsion^ook -place agathe Prahran cc^#%^M^ààay *§g§ve to cortà^^^M^^i^môii^^oa wit h the working of the-d'pstwjetor. One letter «as from Mr A. T. L*wîs, solicitor, acting on behalf of Mr F. W. Were, informing the council that if thesnfofce nuisance frons; ihe4 destructor we)* hot abated; action would be takèVagainst them in the Supreme Ccurt. Cr Luxtonsa-d in.the near future there would be no cause pf complaint from the destructor. Ir had1*been found, in England tüat -destructora . required «oms little tims before they got into proper working order. The peop'e- should display a little patience In any. case the destructor. . was not as bad as the old tip, from which, on hot nights, the smell was unbearable. Cr Nayler said there was no ddttpt the destructor was causing a Luisaoce Mr Were had informed him that his wife waB in ill health, and that they had had to shut .the windows in their house on account of the smoke from the destructor ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

"HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. Th» boar of Danger. DiBease commonly eomes on with alight symptoms, «bien, «lien neglected, increase in extent and gradually grow d ngerona-a condition which betrays the grbaraBt remisse ens when these Pilla, taken m aooord&noe with their accompanying" directions, would not only have, cheeked, bat conquered the incipient disorder. Patients daily forward details of the most remarkable and instructive cases in which timely attentionfe Holloway's advice baa undo nb ted I y saved them from Be vere illness. - Thoa*pitle-e^yrfaaarily on the digestive organs, which they i stimulate when slow and imperfect ; ! and, secondly, ^pon ¿ba Wood, which is thoroughly-porued .by t^&em, wlienoeis derived the general tone-they impart, anVl their. power of Bnbjngating hypo obondriacism, dyspepsia, Jand nervous complaints. * " ßA-TO^SÖÄf Fo'r MedicaljToilet, and Nursery ase A. T£LLe¥,8outb Yarr»

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Temperance Work. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

. To THE EDITOR. $ír,-rAllow mew draw.ibe atten tion or those interested in tem perance work to the foci that the Government lias consented to have the Temperance Wall Sheets, Nos. 1. 2 and 3, printed in two colors, about 48 inches by 34 inches, conditionally that the Viet ot ian Alliance' pays for mounting on rollers, calico and varnishing. This we are prepared to do, but some hundreds of pounds will be required to do this in a thorough manner, viz, to place one sheet in every class in each school throughout Victoria. A prominent member of the Alliance says, " In the children we have a good asset," and gave £75 to the Wall Sheet Fund. The Education Department has instructed district inspectors to examine children on the wall sheet subjects, thus showing (hat our money is not to be expended in vain. As an example to those interested, it is my duty to notify that the ¡Prahran Total Abstinence 8ociety txecutive has decided to defray the cost of supplying the six schools under the Prah...

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St. Martin's Young Men's Club. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

St. Martin's Yonnt Mfen'sCiub. -.-. The above dab held its'frst^nCaai concert in the Empire Hall on Tuesday, December 3rd, before a iars£ aaa appreciative audience "Hie proceedings »ere opened by an overtire played in fine style by Miss Dulcie Mewton. Mr Shier was in good voice for ". Davy Jones* Locker " and " When the. Ebb. Tide Flows " both of which were rendered with abil'ty. Mr Chilies Lawrence was encored repeatedly for his excel lent musical sketobes, and he richly deserved the applause The recitations given during the evening were " The Crooked Stick'' and "Judge Pittman's Watch," by Miss Dot Noseda, and " My Romance," by Misa Ruby Gama, all of which were greatly appreciated. The "Alma'* Quartette Party (male) gave some splendid items, namely " The Soldier's Fare well." an 1 " The Maiden of the Fleur' de Lys," and they proved themselves a decided acquisition of - local talent. Mr Bert Coghlands items, "Three for lack," and a duet with-Mrs Peters were loudly applauded,: and M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

("ricki Club . Iii'. CY.r.sU'ing of Tivo Men s A!! Ca:).- IÍ¿LS B:ass MOI;D - J u-d Ir.--, fc'.nd r-t.i:.!:--. L-Ç G.nri-. G s Con.po. lïjj. Seo e lío-Si ¿1 'A r,; Clab te.retari s a ,1 ..t .c ets sboa'd get par.iculats cf th- liberal oííer by DL'KF. AN J Se.NS E. OWEN. Sport- D pot 2SÍ Chape'-si^t, Pr.h'Mi

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

"HEATING'S POWDER" destroys BUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES and ali other insects, whilst quite harmless to domestic animals. In exterminating Beetles the success of this powder is extraordinary. It is perfectly dean in application. Sse the article you purchase is .' KEATING'S,"and with the Signatare THOMAS KEATING on each tin, as imitorrirm« are nortons and in effectual. Sold in tins, 6d and is each; by all chemists. LIMOM CÄTHAIT1CUII Pllir. of Mountain Fiai, An Agreeable Aperient. Worth« trial

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CRICKET. South Suburban Churches Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

CRICR&T- í AseecîatiîE. Special iiit r.s". was -niuchei! io the íomJ j i J'. L-o-.tlu'Je 1 \>y li'-f peif;rman es of the ¡ Uyc-rs v liete«! fr thu iiU'.-isUtü m .icti at lit isl aa -, at Cl.ii-t^as. Tl)¿ trot i..i'a: o Wire:-Irwin (Ciiiiíí Chu^l;, St Kil'.a), S1 ; U. Ht-a'.'. SM ¡vtru Pu s'iy; i -rU n). cioh" io: 8 : Il Dave (St. Mv.th-.wS), 27; I . i'^ii! { \:¡ Satn-s'\ 2S a:--.- .' ?' t '.' ; \ E-.bo t (\;mv'.-L..'\\\.s'-. y , - .tr. (or -2Ç). II h r ¡ c f , m .- - :.A '.ct were : -Gi. bj; s (S*. J ''..:':}, 59 wis.! 55 ; G. S;.--.vjrt {M..:v. tn : ns: >. te uní). 5 ? ; Wi ¡i:!)-"- (.'..; t Í .}. 40 not i-.¡- ; v* r.-k-'-n (P..:' r.ir¡ ¡ 1;<-:,.;...> ? . 6; ; V¡..\ y. ; | »Vir,t' f VI S, .-t* 43 ; ü (S 'U'.li YUM lipis). ^ ¡. ; L - ri: ¡IL (So' t!i Y-.¡ri C Irtich o t. iris: i. 44 ; Goree;» i At ii).i-l.!o .> i). 4S .-: J 4f. Wi!) tl.e b li -K. ! io ci t; (Armada'J Wc^iy-), -'3 fr 5-; Pi"wn;:.:i 1 \Livi n i'u r! y ?, r r). io for 25 ; C! rxs-'tt ( '....

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ARMADALE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

A.R&Í \DALE SCHOOL. Cm Wednesday-- evening the concert was contributed by pupils selected irom the Armadale State School, 0h whiph-occasion there was another large 'attendance, and the programme^Wj|8^çjnç of mu h mem. The k e^ p^^f^àk opened" wiffclîjfj very " s^ilfi^y4i^layed^","pianoforte overture7 Irpju^ll pancrédi'' by M»ss Winnie B*her* i ) ¿ung lady who played withVçpnsiderable taste an«*-j eff ct, h-r i&Ba,.r»41« received with applause M^/^inniôa'so régâeted va dable »sista*5fe êt accomp*ííying the vari .us items m the fir« p*rt, tn which 85^«ââiôSà terseif ,pa.rticu,, (arly weTT^täa Tor which she is certainly entitled to a word of praise Two action sones by the infants were very goorl»*** The Cat came into Scho il " '^number being heartily < applauded. Miss Doroihv Hali gave a fine elocutionary rendering of "The Shoeblacks,'' . .and Miss Frances Fasham waa also heard to advantage in her recitation " The Newsboy." Miss Myrtle Coburn was vociferously...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

COAGULINE, KLINX. TENA SITIN E ? Cements for broken ann other articles. An anti-tobacco lecturer spoke so powerfully against the u?e of tobacco that several of bis audience went home and burned their cigars-hold ing one end of them in their mouths -by way of punishment.

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