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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 December 1906

ASK FOR, BOSISTO'S       "PARROT BRAND" EUCALYPTUS OIL AND REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. KEATING'S POWDER Is HARMLESS to Animal   Life. KILLS Bugs Fleas Moths     Beetles Mosquitoes   KILLS Bugs,   Fleas, Moths, Beetles,   Mosquitoes   The genuine Powder bears the autograph of THOMAS KEATING ; Sold in tins   only. Keating's Worm Tablets. Keating's Worm Tablets. Keating's Worm Tablets. A PURELY VEGETABLE SWEETMEAT, furnishing a most agreeable method of administering the only   certain remedy for INTESTINAL or         THREAD WORMS. It is perfectly safe             and mild, and is especially adapted for children. Sold in Tins by all Druggists. Proprietor, THOMAS KEATING, London.   CHRIST CHURCH SCHOOL...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Newett New [?]ea." [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 December 1906

The Newest "New Idea."     Mr T. Shaw Fitchett, editor of that successful magazine for Australasian   women, "The New Idea," has com- pletely revolutionised his journal.     He has added a penny to the price,       and threepence to the value.   Perhaps the most important new feature is the gi t, ta h month, of three paper patterns, with directions   to make them up. This is part of a great improvement in the fashion department, and is accompanied by       the printing of a number of pages of the most upto '.i f I i? hi.vi I!L>Í " ..   Appropriately, at this !:¡:i- of the           year, i h- «isa d- ci.'e. ; (hi lm,.s i flavour .I'II II:! the issue, and in a   number of speciaI articles readers are   &a...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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M.U.I.O.O.F. Cricket Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 December 1906

U VI O.O F. Cricket Oemprtltloa. y¡ Loyal Canterbury A v North Melbourne District, played at North Melbourne -North Melbourne, isl innings, 212. J. Ingram 4 for 37. W. Peebles 2 for sr, J. Opray 1 for 8, H. Barrenger 1 for 25. To be continued on Jinuary 5th, 1927. Members will please turn up to prac!is2. . . . .-_ Loyal Canterbury B ^.Trafalgar, started al Market Reserve,Williams town.-Trafalgar, ist innings. 152. 1 J. Smith 39, A. Fisher 33, W. Smith 30, A. Smith 23. Bowling: A.Amor 2 for 26, W. Murphy 4 for 24, H. Lynch 1 for ¡4. Bro. A. Townsend, of the Gippsland Hotel, Williams town (late bf Prabrafí),'provided re freshment;, which were, much appreciated' by the ~ Canterbury members. - This match will be continued on January 5th, ig&7,.y 'J^embers will please turn up to practice. Loyal Toorak, Malvern, v. Britan nia.-This match was played at Royal Park, and. after a very exciting contest resulted in a tie, each team compiling 100 runs. Bi it an nia 100 (Chapman 26 not ou...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Prahran College and Kindergarten. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 December 1906

Prahran College and Kindergarten, The annual distribution oí pria of the Prahran College ac Kindergarten, of whioh Miss Laic and Miss A. S. Laing, M.A are the principals, took plat at th a college, " East Leigh, Williams-road, on Wednesday las The college has had a very suocesj fal year, which, according to th Principals' report,has been espaciall busy, being the last one for Ma Matriculation, and the first L examinations under new regulation: Since last report, four from th Day School and five from th2 Even ¡og Class have succeeded in pas>in¡ Matriculation. Fourteen wer coached in single subjects, and al succeeded in pissing. Four student of th ; liven'ng Class entered ii December, 1905, for the examinatioi for entrance to thc Training College and all were among the first twenty five, thu3 gaining admission to train ing ; another came second on thi list at the recent Public Servio Examination, and another was sue oessful in passing the first examina tion for banking. ! Thorough ...

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CRICKET. South Suburban Chruches' Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 December 1906

^ , » um m South Snbarban OaurohM' Cricket Association. j The general low scoring ia this Association's matches accounted for somegoodbowlinr/averages. Themost notable are :-H. Jones (St. Mat thew's) 7 for 34 ; B Holding (Arma dale Wesleys) 6 for 28 ; G. Lewis ; (Sr. George's) 5 for 36 ; Morrison (St. John's) 6 for 21 ; Cla<ke (South j Yarra Church of Ghiis1) 6 for iq ; lace (Punt roai) 5 for 16; Val. Anderson 7 for 40 ; K. Hulrae (Mal vern Pres.) 6 ior 2S ; G. Barkla (Punt road j 6 for 48 ; Child (Melvern Cong.) 6 for 26".' A. Wesks, secretary of East Mal vorn Pres., did the hat trick against Punt road, taking four wickets in four successive balls. G. Haggart (Armadale Baptist) continued his consistent batting to the extent of- 41.- A. Miles, of the same club, also batted well for 43. South Suburban Churches' matches will not be continued lill Saturday, January 5. SIXTH ROUND.. FIRST GRADE. St. Matthew's 68 and 6 £ r 55, v. Arma dale Wesley 42 St. Matthew's-G. Martin 19,...

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Extra Subjects and Spacial Prizes. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 December 1906

Extra Subjects and Spacial j Prizes. j Elocution (gift of Miss Aileen Buckley), Miss A. Tamer, Music-Miss F. Bottomley, Miss A. Turner, 0. Thomas, Miss S. Lane. . Gymnastics-Miss G. Brown. Miss R French, A. Tricks, Miss F. Donn (gift of Mr. Wright) ' Shorttuod-L. Hamilton, Type-writing-Miss B. Hamilton. Latin-G. Finlay. French and Euclid- W. Dunn. Monitors-L. Kershaw, N. Hillard, G. Anderson Neat Books-V. jackson. Sports« All-round Sport-M.. Bruce. Foatball-D Johnson.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 December 1906

IMPORTANT NOTICE J. MORGAN & Co., PROVISION MERCHANTS, Have removed to No. 97 Chapel Street, Windsor, (near Union Street.) Beg to inform the Public that they have a first-class Show of Bacon, Hams, Honey. Dairy Produce. &c, &c. Cot ked Ham and Beef, Alto a choice Selection of Pot Plants, Cut Flowers, Seeds, Seedlings, etc. INants Lot OX HIKE. TADLE DECORATIONS a Specialty. WREATHS made up on shortest Notice. U J rs punctually ate uJeJ to. TELEPHONE 258, Mähern. THE CELEBRATED "WEAR-EVER" Aluminum Cooking Utensils, "WEAREVEB Direotly you bring Aluminum into uîe in your ki:chen, you begin to save Money, Time, Fuel and Trouble- lVin<; p'aciicaly everlast ing, they are not expensive. They are I eiutifully light and clean, do not rust, aDd are not liable to burn the food. Recommended by the Medical Profession as a safeguard against Appendicitis. Your inspec tion invited A choice selection of E.P. Ware, Electric Pocket LightB, Pins, &c. MRS C B. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 December 1906

G. PLLiÂSANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN (Nt arly opposite the Arcidc) I!'gs to draw attention to a few of his Special licrueiies, which caa be conniently recommended, havinu proved themselves to be highiy efficacious in the various HI lineo ti mentioned. Bed). Kur removing Ma'd or Si.t Coras. This well-establish-;.! [.i-eparalion lias been iraprovel by the iddition of an ingredient which assists ruaU-rially in reducing the discomfort usually occasioned by most ora cures. PEIOE la. par Bottle. mrspjepszcYrRB. A (.impound of Bismuth and I'epsine with Livjr Stimulants and 'Laxatives for Indigestion. Bilious, Liver and St-iniach Complaints, Gidiiness. ¡Mck Headache. Flatulence, Heartburn, and all disorders arising from derangement oí the^digestive organs. This preparation bas b:en ¡jiven with almost unfailing success in cases of Pyfpepsia, Chronic Gastric Catarrh, Giítric Irritation with sickness, and in those t nm bli some and dirfijult cases ariri ig f:o;n sedentary hab'.ts...

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CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 December 1906

- ? . ' - ?". . .-fi THIS 'season of the year appeals so x< pbwérfolly to the imagination and to "\ the feelings that one must be hard \ infleed-^-iike old Scrooge-not to un bend or cherish a larger kindliness. By a fine law of association, it seems the right thing to proclaim a truce to all the ordinary annoyances and vexelions of life, and say Peace and Goodwill 5 even to those from whom «e have drifted apart The thing is in the atmosphere as well as in the shops, Newspapers and magazines issue special numbers, and their choicest stories are of predigáis coming to themselves at the music of Christmas chimes, enemies being reconciled, wrongs being righted. No homes, however poor, without decorations ; no families but on this auspicious morning the rm tubers are drawn nearer to each oilier, and a general kindliness prevails. Even those who reject the Christian mean I ing of the day ate tuned to finer harmonies and sbare in the rejoicing. Like sweet music stealing among th...

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Windsor Congregational Church. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 22 December 1906

  Windsor Congregational Church. On the evening of Sunday last a service of sacred song was rendered in the above church by Mr Donald son Graham and his family, who are already so favorably known to the general public and to several of the churches as capable vocalists, Mr Graham, both as an elocutionist and   vocalist, cannot be too highly spoken of. Upon this occasion the selections were very choice, and their delivery, in story and song, were not only enjoyable, but very pathetic in some of the numbers. This gifted family not only tendered their ser vices gratuitously, but entered heart and soul into all the items upon the varied programme. The attendance was large, and the programme was highly appreciated. The musical renderings were interspersed by ap propriate readings from Holy Scrip ture, accompanied by brief remarks by the Rev. W. Currie, minister of the church.

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WHAT TO DO WHEN ILL. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 December 1906

- -- ? I WHAT Ul Oo WHEN' ILL. ( ;;uun : - .' In case of a sudden illness, do> tor. u hai ought a person to do while wailing loi a physi'ian ?" I ),Kmr . --" Well, a physician's time is civ \ aluable, you know, and the patient ought to get len sbilliricrs ready, so that i.c -.lo. lor won't be bothered making ;..ai'gc. '

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AN EASY DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 December 1906

AN KA.S Y DEATH. Dr 'o'.inson « as a dear lover of tea. :nul di.ai!. :t freely. On a certain >? i aM"ii lie i h.mc cd to be taking tea in omp.my where was present a woman iv ho nut univ held the fragrant herb ia bul- li irror, but who believed it to be a poi-in Silomat near to the doctor, and bch'-ld hun rc. i nc his si\th cup. She li.it 1 lioi ra- li tin-, far in silence, but when -he .rn ihr -nod man about to empty nio-.hci i up. alter haling drank five of ilirui. -lu- tell it her tl ut y to speak, which ihr dui. feelingly and emphatically : "My dei.- Doctor Johnson, do you kiicm uhai voa are tining? Do you ki,01. that iou are drinking poison? If \ on 11 c gu cn io that habit, \ou may be sure tl.at ii i-, killing iou !'' Thc barb iloctor looked at lier, first in . i'ii.i/e, arel then quizzically, with thc «.ming tup st spended. With a rcve Icut nod he replied : " M.ulam. I thank you for your con tent in my welfare, but on my account \ou need mu lie alarmed. 1 have been many, ma...

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THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 December 1906

TUE ü')\'.; OtSUNDkU It is .1 simple affair- dimple in thought, »-¿ f.:,»iplc in its ridiculous situation, yet how murty phases of real life it may be made to illustrate. ! once brought down thc lieus« witt it ;it a political meeting oeiieved-*rjly and honestly believed-that the opposition, a mongrel hybrid affair, made rp of sore-heads aspiring sycophants, had flooded the highwaysand byeways nf political thought «uh statements that were as false as they «ere ridiculous ; and in considering the subiert of our opponents' devious ways, [ i.«:d tint their statements, and their argumei ts might all be summed jp and answcii-d exactly as the boy's conundrum was answered. And there upon I told the following : A buy, «ho had gained an inkling of thc formation of a conundrum, and who had been posed bv several knotty ones that had been presented by his com panions, concluded that he would try his hand at it, so he set himself at worlc, and finally propounded thc following : " A boy of mv acuu...

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"Hogmanay Night." [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 December 1906

.'Hogmanay Night." The committee of the Prahran Scottish Society lias decided to hoJd the next meeting of the society in the Empire Hall on Hogmanay Night (Monday next, 31st December), instead of on the first Monday in January. The music will commence at ij 30 p.m. (and not at S p.m., as customary), and will continue until after midnight, thus giving members a better opportunity titan hitherto of meeting each other in a fraternal manner. The President, Mr Donald Mackinnon, has kindly arranged to provide refreshments on this occa sion.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 December 1906

Sign zí Good Breeding.-Getting the prisa at a dog eicw. A brilliant bnt inlörle age* ïuày lan>eatwî that she was jun psst iorty. Famous Frenchman: "Be eohKled, madam, 704 now get farther sajtf from gt «TOTJ day.* * LlNSfa^MUm-forckuehs and colds. Gives Instant «elie! to Asthrr* and Bronchitis. . LINRÇeTO COMPOUND-' «ark of Kxfd Compound lassen cc of Lînsee ; io* co * «od po Ax,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 December 1906

Thc Prahran council held a special meeline: on Monday, 17th inst, for the purpose of striking a rate for the financial year 11)06-7. Cr Chambers moved that the rate be 1/8 in the £. This is an increase ot ld in the £ on the previous year. Cr Densham, in a few humorous word6, seconded the motion, which was carried unani mously. _ VU.LillkE DlSCOVtUY IOB THE HAIIÎ.-If your hair ie turning fjrey or white, or falling ott, use "The Mexican Hair Renewer," for it will positively resiorc in every cate Gny ot White hair io its original colour, without leaving the disagreeable smell of most " Restorers." It makes the bair charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting thc growth of the hair un bald spots, whera the glanda are not decayed. Ask your Chemist for "THE MEXICAN HAIB RENBWEB,'' sold by Chemists and Perfumers everywhere. Wholesale depot, 33, Farringdon road, Lon don, England. ADVICE TO MOTHERS !-Are you broken ia your rest by a sick child suffering with the pain of catting teeth 7 G r. a...

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THE BENEFIT OF COFFEE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 December 1906

THE BENEFIT OF COFFEE. Dr. I. K. Lo' e, of St. Louis, in a paper on -i this subject, said that his experience for five * or six years past had been strongly in favour ; sf taking a cup of strong, black coffee, with out cream or sugar, between two glasses of - hotwater, before rising every morning, at least an hour before breakfast. The various ? secretions were stimulated, the nervous force was aroused, an hour later a hearty meal was enjoyed, and the day's labour was begun favourably, no matter how the duties of the - ;i day and nig nt preceding might have drawn ~v| upen the system. Another cup at four in ixj tlie afternoon was sufficient to sustain the '\ energies for many hours. In this way the ¿-j full effect was secured. If, along with this, ? .--g the proper diet vms taken at the proper \M times, and at least eight hours of sleep, vrere £s| taken out of every twenty-four, one's/capa- JO. city for work would be almost unlimited. -M

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Christmas Concert. LOYAL HAMILTON LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 December 1906

Christmas Concert. f LOYAL HAMILTON LODGE. , The Loyal Hamilton Lodge, 15 L.O I.V., held their annual tonce I io the Prahran Town Hall on Wei j nesday, Dec. 19th, which w pa - ked to overflowing ¡ the pop larky of this concert is growii every year, which is greatly due 1 the committee, who, fro:n ex per j once, know how to cater for tl ¡ little ones, and the older folks a! by no means forgotten. Thc programme submitted was varie J ons. including songs, reci;s t ons and taney dancirg by pupil of Miss Coulthard. Bro. Hrp'ïin who took the part of Father Cnrist mas was vpry amusing, aud carrie out his part to perfection, the chi' dren heine delighted to r;et a presen ' ct toys or lol'.ies from him. Mis? L I Seaton, who oflicia'ed as a cc o m j piO'St, played an ovtrturc in h 1 usual pleasing style. Miss fi i Tiihoch. who possesses a splendit voice, greatly pleised ihe audieno with her singing of "Ora Pro Nobis' , Mild the " Holy City," both sing; being illustrated. A recitation,., b] Mi...

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MECHANICAL TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 December 1906

MECHANICAL TERMS. 4 The technics! terms which are frequently in usc seem to be generally comprehended by the majority of our mechanics and engi neers, from the fact that a large number of terms are in uso which mean one and the fame thing. Thc distinction particularly between thc lcrn:s force, power, and work ia not clearly understood. Dynamics is thc science of that branch ot mechanics which treats of force in motion, power and work, li comprehends the action of alt kinds of machinery, manual, and animal labour in the transformation of physical work. Klement is an essential principle which cannot be resol-ca into two or more different piittciplcs. The simple püvsical elements of dynamics are force, Telocity, and time, and thc functions of those elements are ] power, space, and work. Function is any compound result or pro duct of two or more different clements. A function is resolved by dividing it with ono er more of its elements. Force is any action which can be expressed simply b...

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Loyal Canterbury Lodge, No. 32, U.A.O D. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 29 December 1906

Loyal Canterbury Lodge, No. 32, U.A.O D. The above lodge beld its fort nightly meeting last Monday, D;c. 24. Bsing Christmas Eve there was a small attendance of membsrs, and the iodge closed at the early hour of <) p.m. The next meeting of the above lodge will take place on Jan. 7th at Protestant Hall, Cecil Place, the night being a concert (ladies invited). Presentation to P.A. Bro. E. Rigall. CHRISTMAS DAV FÉTU. The annual Christmas Day cricket match took place at Fawkner Park. There were some 600 or 700 present. The cricket match, Married v. Single, resulted in a win for the former by 20 runs. The following were the scores : Married 02 ; single 72. The best scores for the Married were : H. Liebsrt, B. Lynch, S. St. Leger and J. Spencer (not out). Single : N Anderson, A Blake, W Fitzpatrick, C F Mann {not out}. During the afternoon foot rac:s were run. Bob Peebles won the mile race. Refreshments were pro vided during the afternoon. The proceedings terminated soon after ...

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