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

Rosmarium Hair Tonic DKKiMAHÎnm contains, in the first place, all the properties XtO Sin.iiri.U.111 0f the old-fashioned but well-tried and well puned plant Rosemary, secondly, those elements which form a food for» tho Hair, combined with substances which excite th« Mktlp to healthy activity, and di «aol va dandruff. In .-ul.lition to these virtues, it is a preparation that imparts a be nuiful p'oss to the hair, and is a m st refreshing application. Rosmarium won't do impossible things It won't make Hair Grow when the roots are dead. Ii will do much to keep your Scalp in a healthy condition. Rosmarium is sold entirely on its Merits» w iu u wo iv that it will «top Hair from falling out, that it will oura Dandruff, that it will atop itching scalps, . that it will give a healthy gio«« to the hairf We mean it, and back up our assertions with a positive guarantee. We know that Rofinarium will do HORE than other Hair preparations. lulim-;, smarting, sweating Summer Dandruff' is here. But ...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

MR A. WILSON, Consulting Herbal Specialist, Hoi.rá io to i; 2 io 5 p.m. M.U.H.A. (Registered) 17 WALKER STREET, PRAHRAN. Send for free Booklet. Indigestion. Liver, Kidney, and Chronic Internal Diserts treaud by the mo t Up-to-date Extracts. &c. NOTE -I am no relative of anyone of the same name in the same street. Mr Wilson's New Invention. ¡BKAN roMPuUND for the >KIN and > CMPLf XlOtf. Sendfordes circular ; free by post to any address. Tho Only Herbalist is at No. 17. Tue BLUE ARC LIGHT is my sign. COOKING STOVES. JONES, -314 PostOffice 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 PoBt Office Place. Telephone 108, Olty. For Sciatica, Lumbago. Liver Complaints Affections of the Throat and Chest. Manufactured onlv nt78. Nen Oxford Street (late 533, Oxford Stre...

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Blind Institute Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

Nr Blind Instituto Concert _ tí ». . -i^r*--~ ' /s--'^'i-a The chair and orcvestra ol the; .VictoViaf Institute jg&u theJ ^pii^u^Ii^ii^iiôgirafB^ al pjtó 'aítfe audiehM«^chj-was prejenf ¡m4tbk<>ld Tôipg HaJH^ Twe&aJ f^mftg-' last, tçe ' occasion being & É^n^'^palarÁ^cert in aid of^ihifc ffc^ Pupilsî^lBe^efit ¥uad/ Thel audience «as a very appreciative poe, and justly so, (or theprogramme Which bad been 'prepared for their -enterrainment was a meritorious one, reflecting as it did the highest credit on the performers themselves, a's well as on Mr J. T Hogarth, the superin tendent of the institute, and Herr Wendlandt, the musical director, the latter gentleman also officiating as accompanist during the evening. Thc Blind Siring Band, consisting of several gentlemen performers and one young lafy violinist, favored with Eilenberg's " King Mydas " as an overture, and also a very» pretty)' selection from " Foitschu z," both | of which were.very skilfu...

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Re-Naming Prahran Streets. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

Ra-Naming Prahran Streets, i borne little time ago a committee if tba Prahran council was de juted for the work of doing away nit h the duplication of names of :horouçhfares in the city, and other wise re-naming streets where con sidered necessary. The task has neeri concluded, and at the council meeting on Monday evening last a ong list of new names was adop ed. rbe first on the list of new names is. /ery appropriately, Sargood street, n honor of the first chairman of the Prahran municipality (i856). We ilso have Northcote road, Hopetoun jrove, and Mackinnon street, names oo well known to need any special ntroduction whilst in the majority 3Í remaining instances past and cresent councillors have had the îonor conferred upoa them of having :heir names given to streets. The ollowing is the full list of alterations nade Elizabeth street, off Orrong road, re named Sargood street Douglas street, off! Punt road, re lamed Dobson street Hoddle street or Pnnt road, re-named Hoddle street St...

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

The Gase of Hr. E. HïLti. , j {Bf a Afttbettrtte Rep*rttT. ) "i Among the residents of East Prahran, where Mr. Edwin Hill lives, at No. 66* liigh-^troot, none has a more tntorfest ing story to tell than the gentleman mintionod. lie recently dealt,; very; lucid'y willi a question that had come to our cns, when a reporter iras deV n.iicli: d to got full particulars, whicn I ;..(» Rivoli as recited:- ? ' . j .? linve you resided in this country lcitiir" v as thô first question. " I carno from Derbyshire fourteen and n-lialf years ago," Mr. Hill replied. '* on account of bid health," ho added, j ? But 1 dont look as if there is mach j wrong with tue non-, do IP" he asked, iv i th a hearty laugh. "No," ausivored the scribe, "you look ¡ the picture of health." ! " Yes; it's a miracle. Yon see, I was i üiiiüg over since I can remember, and i iviicsi I was sixteen years of agc the doc- ' tors R ive me up. saying that i ivas con- ; sumptivo. and that it was only » mat-: t?v of a year ar so w...

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Elocutionary Display. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

Elocutionary Display. Mr G. Malcolm Russel and Mr Hamish W. Russel have every reason to congratulate themselves on the splendid result of the juvenile elocu- tionary display which their pupils so ably provided in St. George's school hall, East St. Kilda, on   Monday evening last, in the presence of a large audience. The programme was a well varied one, being arranged in such a manner as to keep the interest of the audience sustained from start to finish, while it also afforded an opportunity for the reciters to display their elocutionary powers equally well in serious as in humorous contributions. Where all did so well, from the smallest beginner in the very ele- mentary stage of tuition, with all the   handicap of platform nervousness to contend with, up to the reciter whose renditions gave evidence of careful training and clever interpretation, it would be invidious to particularise, suffice it to say that all did exceedingly well, and acquitted themselve...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Christmas Appeals. ST KILDA AND CAULFIELD LADIES' BENEVOLENT SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 14 December 1907

l^Tt ¿Í£D\ AND CAl¿WlKLD^^S LADIES' BENEVOLENT . 1 w - . . TO THE EDITOR. *«1 Sir,-The committee of the St. ^ Ki'da and Caulfield Ladies* Benevo* Cfl lent Society, fiading that the funds 31 are nearly exhausted, the fa ance «t ^-J the last meeting only being ¿tS'ia/tx, . s-^j with litt e prospect of mn^h adorion ' ^ to that sum before their o"Xt meeting, j? have instructed me to ask if you «ill kindly permit me to make an appeal S through your columns. The Christ- Í ma; season is approaching, when people are pieparrne to give extra to their poorer brethren, and surely this could hardly be done in any more satisfactory way than in augmenting . the funds cf this society, and thus , enab ing the committee io carry on -their important work without being -crippled by want of funds. The whale amount received from private subscriptions lest year was only £142/143, which cer ainly does not seem a lair, proportion for two such large, suburbs as St. Kilda and Cau field. May I beg that some of...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Headache, Indigestion and Constipation. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 21 December 1907

I. Headache, Indigestion and , Constipation. u t AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERT. ' It will interest sufferers to know j that a valuable medicine, called Froo- ¡ tolas, has been discovered, whicli is now completely curing each of tile ! above-named complaints. Frootoids ! are elegant in appearance, and plea- ( sant to take, and, what is of the ut most importance, are thoroughly reli able in affording quick relief. You ' do not require to go on taking them i for a prolonged period, as is necessary with some medicines, which even then . are mostly disappointing; .you simply take a .dose of. rrootoids. .^Vlieu Ul and 1 repeat the dose If necessary, but gene rally one dose is quite effective. Froofbtds are immensely more valu able than an ordinary aperient, in so far that they not only act as an ape rient, but do remove from the blood, tissues, and internal organs all the waste poisonous matter that is clog ging them and choking the channels that lead to and from them. The bene ficial effects of...

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U A.O.D. Loyal Canterbury. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 21 December 1907

ü Ä.O.D., Loyal Gantftrbury. The above lo Ige held its fortnightly meeting at the Dispensary Hall, Cecil place, Prahran, on Monday, December gth. The following were duly elected and installed-Ar^h DruH, Mr J. Opray ; Vice-Arch, Mr R. Beatty ; Secretary, Mr H. Barren- , ger ; Minute Secretary, Mr A. Watt ; , Treasurer, Mr T. Neath ; inside , guardian, Mr G. Hobbs ; outside guardian, Mr C. Smith ; press corres pondent, Mr H. Mann ; Arch Druid, ¿ards, Messrs Mo-ris and O'Neath ; Vice-Arch Bards. Messrs , Parker and S. Penmm ; Grand Lodge representatives, Messrs G. Jones, 1 Maynard, J. Marshal E. Strickland, S. St Ledger, W. O. Neath. The officers were inscalled by Bro. G. ] Steven-on, of the Laurel Lodge, in ' the absence of Bro. W. Murphy D. P ' The next meeting of the ahoi e lodge j takes place on Monday, 23rd inst, ' ! when a ooncert will be held and a presentation made to Bro J. Wright, ' P.A. ===S ;

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"The Tyranny of Tears." [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 21 December 1907

*« 'TÎîe Tyranny of'Tears.'* " ' There was a very good attendance at the City Hall, Prahran, on W -dn sd a y evening last, whin the comedy, " The Tyranny of Tears." was presented by a companv of 'amateurs, rffe characters being taken by Mess's D M. Beere B Em a nu ri, F A. .Newman, A. Derham, and M is-es Louise Ch trotte, E iz » beth PinschpfJ and Carmen Pins< h ff The four acts proved mo>t e' joy able, and the audience by frequent applause testified their appreciation of 'he performance. The Misses Pioschoff in their respective parts were excellent, and altogether it was one of the very best amateur tfforts given in the hall. The exhibition . barjo and mmtolin orchestra, unrier thc baton of Miss Berridge Brown, added grea ly to the enjoyment of the evening. The entertainment was in aid of the Queen Victoria Ho pital.

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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 21 December 1907

The Prahran Biwling Club «net the Fitzroy and East Melbourne Club on SaUttday Jast at s»*^^«arrpw; tiffi, mae foir &~ ' pi t. Mexitil L.ijafe'lwut; Stephensj. .. Mertley ¿*. ' ... .... ~33 a.-lanham, punning, Pickerdi | James ... ... ... *4 3. Soutar, Oakley, Jessop, Doeg 35 4. Durnmelow, Hodges, Biles, 1 s Rider ... ... ... 171 99 FITZROY AND EAST MELBOURNE. 1. Brown. Wilcock, Thomson, Kimberley ... ... 33 2. Biddle, Biddle, Clausen, Limerock... ... ... 33 3. Biddle, Singleton, Bibbie, Schild 20 4. Luck, Ballard, Ferzcr, Ballard 971

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Carol Service. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 21 December 1907

Carol Service. To-morrow evening the ostial carol service will be held in the Punt Road Methodist Church, at Ute conclusion of the ordinary preaching service. Dr. Watkin is the preifcher for the former service, and he will deliver an address on " Christmas Association." The carols are a speoîtjÈjy pretty selection this year, and loire will also be three anthems, including the "Hallelujah Chorus," andtitipople of solos by well-known amáteme.

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Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 21 December 1907

Presentation. At the meeting of the Prahran School Board of Advice on Tuesday evening last, a presentation of a suitably framed address was made to Mr T. Beeching, truant officer, who, after several years' service in the Prahran district, has been transferred to South and Port Melbourne. The . - address, which was presented by Mr D. S. Oakley, chairman, was from the members of the boatd and bead masters of the State schools, and conveyed to Mr Beeching the high respect and esteem in which he is held. The address proceeded : " Vow loyal devotion to duty, combined with your tactful and painstaking efforts to obtain the splendid record of attendances whioh the Prahran schools enjoy, together with your uniform courtesy to one and all, are conclusive proofs of your proficiency as an officer, and of the splendid work which you have done." Messrs Oakley and Griffin and Cr Bangs (members of the board}, and Mean Halkyard and McLaren (head masters) endorsed the sentiments contained in the add...

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Netley College, St. Kilda. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 21 December 1907

j Betley College, St. Kilda. I There was a very good attendance jon Wednesday eveninu at the annual jj concert >öf Neiley "College» 7 Rob* street, the principal of whicbA nftMt IK. Boyes. ' Pupils - of >&e-^llej§' ? participated îo a bwight and ättr]ict»£ program8Qe^>f vocal and instrumental musî&.;reçitations, fancy dancing, «ruj oalisthepics. Miss. Syly ia D avis aang "Jindy Jow," for which she was heartily applauded. Miss Sylvia possesses a pleasing voice, and otherwise d isp a ved musical ability which speaks well fir her future as a vocalist. Miss Essie Myers recited " Just like they do in bo 'ks " very ably, an i h-r eff rt was mu h ap¡ redite I. Mus O. Bojes, as a song and dance artist, a quitted herself in excellent style, aar*, like the two previous young ladies namfd. received veli merited applause. Mr S. Graupner saTg very well indeed, irbilst si ffle chorus singing and other items made u > a very imeres'inç programme.. During the evening Mr Os...

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MALVERN COUNCIL. Monday, December 16th, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 21 December 1907

MALVERN COUNCIL. j Monday, December i6;b, 1907. I Present-Mayor Ellis (chairman), and Crs Parslow, Cameron, Weller, Cornwall, Wilson, Lt wis, Dunlop, Holmes and Carroll. Cr Kaox w±s als 3 present during the latter part of the meeting. FROM PUBLIC HEALTH DEPARTMENT. A communication was received from the Public Hea'th Department, asking for a rsport from tht town surveyor on the Roman Catholic Church, Malvern, when completed. CITY OF RICHMOND. A letter was received from the Richmond council relative to the rating of undertaking of the Electric Light and Traction Company, sug gesting a compromise in the valuation as male by Mr Morley. On the motion of Cr Cameron, it was decided that the recommendation of the conference rc rating be adopted. KEW-ST. KILDA TRAMWAY. The h m. secretary of the Kew to St. Kilda tramwiy forwarded the resolutions passed at the last confe rence. Cr Lewis moved, and Cr Parslow seconded, that the resolutions of the conference be adopted. A good deal of discussion...

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Tenders Accepted. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 21 December 1907

Tenders Accepted. Tendere were accepted as follows at Monday's meeting ot the St. Kilda council-Working pick-up carts. T. Purdy, 2 years and 9 months, £1143/96; removal of house refuse, T. Purdy, 2 years and 9 months, ¿?1959/14/7.

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OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 21 December 1907

OURSELVES. There will be no issue of ibis paper next Saturday on account of the Xmas holidays. On business days during the week our jobbing department will be at work as usual, when orders will be taken and executed. We desire to take this opportunity of thanking our elients for past favors. Our desire has always been to-give satisfaction to our customers, and. without needless egotism, perhaps we can in all truth say we have succeeded-at least, we have tried our hardest to do so. At this Festive season, we cannot let the oppon unity pass without wishing one and ail the usuai compliments Viotoria cuting the year has had another fairly prosperous time. Ou< district has shared in that prosperity, and taken altogether the great majority of our people are happy and contented. Long may this continue, and it is with such feelings upper most that we desire lo wish our clients, our friends and the citizens generally AND Sappi) lite«» year.

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Christ Church, Geelong. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 21 December 1907

Chri't Church, Geelong, j The Rev. H. A. Brooksbank, B.A , is going to take temporary charge of Christ Church, Geelong, before proceeding to Holy Trinity, Williamstown, early next year.

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Open Air Sacred Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 21 December 1907

Open Air Sacred Concert. Arrangements have been made to bold a sacred concert in the Victoria : Gardens on Christmas Night. The programme will be very interesting, including illustrated Bao red solos by Miss Evelyn Ashley, the celebrated soprano, Mr H. Hadwen Chandler and Mr J. R. Riddell, of the Harmonists. The Prahran City Band will play selected items, while appropriate views will be shown by Messrs Johnson and Gibson. Admission will be as usual, 3d. and td., and the concert will commence , at 8 o'clock. i -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 21 December 1907

Cricket Club Outfit. Consijiing of Two Mea s All Cane Bits B:ass Mourned ard Iron Shod Stumps Lrg Guards, Gloves Compo. Ball Score Book £1 14 -. Od. Club secretaries and cricketers should get particulars of the liberal offer by DUKE AND SONS. E. OWEN. Sports Depot, 284 Chapel-street, Prahran.

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