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"The Innocents" Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 January 1907

: -.-----Hr- ; ." Healesville was the spot favored by the preseîîce of, iqi *' innocents (otherwise.: tb$r " Mosquito 0ojs") from the South Yarra BapristSunday School, during the Xmas holidays. On Saturday, the 22nd inst.,'the'first contingent {11 of them) left Mel bourne for this delightful place ; more arrived on Monday morning, and the full number was reached when the last " mosquito n buzzed out of the train at Healesville on Monday night. . A largs well furnished house had been engaged at Badger's Creek, 3Í miles out, and this was the scene of many exciting encounters, in the way of pillow fights and other such luxuries. We had delightful weather, and among other things swimming was frequently indulged in ; in a good sized swimming place in the Badger s Creek, the " Mosquitoes " having set up a spring board. - On Xmas day a most enjoyable match was played between the " Mosquitoes "-and Healesville CC , the latter winning by the narrow margin of 15 runs. Healesville won the toss...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 January 1907

' TIIJBOÍT.ÁFFECTIOKS AND HOARSBNKSS. : AU, Bufljsdng.from irritation of the throat , and hoarseness -will be.agree»bly surprised [ at the almost immediate relief afforded by , the ase of " Brown's Bronchial Troches." ' These famous " lozenges " are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country. : People troubled with a " hacking cough," i a " slight cold," or bronchial affections, " cannot try them' too soon, as similar ' troubles, if allowed to progress, result in ' serious-Phltnoaary and Asthmatic aftections. ) See that the signature of Jobo L Brown & I Son is* tifi every,- wrapper.--Prepared by . John J, Brown & Son, Boston, Ü.S.&". . ' Eurorjean depot,- 33, Farringdon road, Lon 1 don, JShgland. î '". "..y<. ^ ? » * 3 .Stockport Remedy* farcoughsand colds t ' Of 40 years? proyra .efficacy. >? . «BEÂTJrïGS JtQWDBfè* J doètroys _ BUGS, F£EAS, MOTHS, BiaBTt.ES »nd ? all other insects, -whilst quite harmless tc T domestic animals, ^exter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 January 1907

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. Hame, Honey. Dairy Produce, ftc-, &c. Cocked Ham and Beef, Also a choice Selection of Pot Plants, Cut Flowers, Seeds, Seedlings, etc. Piants L:t ON HIKE. TABLE DECORATIONS a Specialty. WREATHS mads up on shortest Notice. Orders punctually attende i to. TELEPHONE 258, Malvern. THE CELEBRATED ' WEAR-EVER ' Aluminum Cooking Utensils. Directly you bring Aluminum i;ito usc in your kitchen, you begin to save Money, Time, Fuel and Trouble-. L5ei;ip; practically everlast ing, they are not expensive They are rcautifully light and clean, do not rust, and are not liable to hcr;i the food- Recommended by the Medical Profession as a safeguard against Appendicitis. Your inspec tion incited. A choice selection of E.P. Ware, Electric Pocket Lights, Pins, &c. MSS C- B. TIMMS Aluminum Dep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 January 1907

G. PLEASANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN iNt.irly opposite trie AreiJe) Hjps to draw at ton doa to a few of his Special lieniedies. which caa be i-onfidently recommended, having proved themselves tj be hifjhiy i flieacious in the various ai I meats mentioned. Red). For removing Hard or Si.t Corns. This well-eitablish-:il preparation has been improved by the idditiou of an ingredient which assists materially ia reducing the discomfort usually occasioned by mont ejrn cures. PRICE I:, ser Bottle A Compound of Bismuth and Pepsine with Liver Stimulants and (Laxatives for Indigestion, Bilious, Liver and Stomach Complaints, Giddiness, tick Headache, Flatulence, Heartburn, and all disorders arising from derangement of tne.digestive '? organs. This preparation has b;eu ^iven with almost unfailing success in cases of j flyspepsia. Chronic (Jaatric Catarrh, Gistric Irritation with sickness, and in those ' troublesome and difficult caves arising from sedentary habits, or from excesses ...

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"Mother Goose." [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 January 1907

" Mother Goose." The-afecjye pantomime is having a great ran at Her Majesty's Theatre, JjBdd trióse- who- have* not availed themselyes^pf seeing "the greatest of all Drury Lane pantomimes" should not fail todo so. There are no fewer titan three hundred and iifty persons engaged in this stupen dous production, and for spectacular effect nc-Jbing better ;has ever been "seen in TSielbourxie, The theatre going public of-this district should not fail to pay a visit to " Mother Goose,"

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Prince Albert Lodge, I.O.O.F. RETURN MUSICAL EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 January 1907

îPrintV^rtLodgéVÏ.O.O.T: [ RETUBN MUSICAL EVENING: 1. *?- i :. .... ...i . .. In connection with the jubilee of the Prince Albert Lodge. LO.O.F., Prahran, which took place a few months back, the event was celebrated in a befitting manner by the members. ^ jaddSion-%to -tha^^rol^ S. Halkyaro^Jwtío^held tbe^posiiioo of "N.G. at%fie timé, very ldndly gave a concert to the members and their families in the Prahran town Hall. The lodgç substqacntly decided to recognise Bro. Halkyard's generosity, and it was left to Bro. Halkyard to say ia what manner the lodge could best do him honor, a feeling prevail ing amongst members of the lodge that he should b: presented with a gold pendant or some similar mark of favór. Bro. Halkyard, however, I magnanimously decliaed any j presentation of the kind, stating that j if it was the desire of the lodge to ex press appreciation- of any act of his, nothing would please him better fhan;toisee the. children, with their parents, again entertained. The lod...

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OBITUARY. MR JOHN KNOWLES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 January 1907

MR JOHN KNOWLES. j An old and respected pioneer passed away on Wednesday, Dec 26th, in the person of Mr John Knowles, who Cor many years was a resident of Swan street, Richmond, and latterly of Bromby street, South Yarra. ' ! , ?" ^ jdLeaving Bradford, England,, in 1845, OD *ne termination of his apprenticeship as a wool-sorter, the late Mr Knowles landed at Twofold Bay on Christmas day, 184.6, under , engagement to the late Captain Robert Boyd, founder of the historic whaling station of Boydtown (now in ruins), and is situated on the i opposite side of the bay to the present j town of Eden, which, if Bombala is I chosen as the Federal bush capital, as afc present projected, will naturally , i become its seaport. On arrival at I j Boydtown, deceased, owing to ad- j perse conditions obtaining at the j time, and his funds being exhausted, | he,in company with the late John Kel sall, of Ballarat, a fellow-apprentice, shouldered their swags and tramped to Sydney, then known as Botany Ba...

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MES. GOSS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 January 1907

MES. GOSS. The many friends of Mrs. G. Caroline Goss, of 479 Chapel-street, South Yarra, will regret to hear of that lady's death, which took place somewhat suddenly at her residence on January ist- The deceased lady, who was in her 60th year at the time of her death, was an old and highly respected resident cf South Yarra. Her husband, the late Mr Thomas Goss, for many years carried on a butcher's business at the corner of Chapel and Clift-streets. South Yarra, and after his death the business was conducted by Mrs Goss, until a few years ago, when she retired from that business, and opened a confectionery establish ment in Chapel-street, South Yarra. The late Mrs Goss was of a bright, cheerful and charitable disposition, and was highly respected by all who knew-her.- She leaves a son and" daughter- to mourn their loss, with» Whom much sympathy has beea expressed. The funeral took place yesterday at the Melbourne General Cemetery, and was largely attended, the Rev. Mr Joyce officiat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 January 1907

CLARKE'S ß. 41. PILLS. A W ari allied Cure foi i Ai i. rc?it ir < ou»Uu:Uou*l H-<.'.> rv»-, ir .« vt« Ur ns ry euro (¿ravi, h.ck mist nil r . I'r<*tf frnn QUITE STEADY. PLEASE WE STILL TAKE REDDING QLROUPSj WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS, AT THE YEOMAN STUDIOS Open AH Day Saturday. 12 Cabinets and Framed Enlargements, 165. ' Phones - 3I5<; Central. SOI Windsor. Tax.- FIRE . . I rmnMIAT INSURANCE COLONIAL , COMPANY MUTUAL » LIMITED. FIRE, MARINE, PLATE GLASS, FIDELITY GUARANTEE, ANO . ACCIDENT INSURANCE. . 60 MARKET STREET, MELBOURNE. Wv. L. JACK. Manager OFFICE TELEPHONE : 1172. W. E. BRUNT, M A..LL.B., JgARRISTEB AND SOLICITOR, WILLIAMS ROAD, WINDSOR Also 175 Urevill« street. Local telephone, 'M7 Windsor. TOWN OFFICE : 31 Queen street, Melbourne. Attends all local Courts every Court Day A.J.C. OATMEAL AS GOOD AS THE JAMS. VIOLIN. Miss FELICE CROZIER (Pupil of Herr Louis Hattenbach), RKCEIVES and VISITS PUPILS. Engage me ts. Concerts. At Homes. T...

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Pupils' Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 5 January 1907

Pupils4 Concert, - - The Misses Freebody, of " Mara roa," High street, Prahran, held their annual pupiU' concert at the, Empire Hall, Chapel street, on Wed nesday afternoon, December iyth, at which there was a large attendance. The programme, which consisted of pianoforte selections, songs, vocal duets and recitations, was much appreciated,and reflected great credit alike upon the pupils and their teachers, ths Misses Freebody. Dur ing the afternoon Miss L. Freebody, by special request, gave an excellent Shakespearian recitation. All the items were splendidly contri buted, and were a* follows-Piano forte duet, Misses Ruby and Sylvia Lorimer ; recitation, Miss Mary Hodges ; pianoforte solo, Miss Edith Stevenson ; recitation, Miss May Jenkins (gold medallistj; pianoforte solo. Miss Violet Upjohn ; songs, Mr J. Miller ; recitation, Miss D- Chads; pianoforte duet, Misses Grete and Elsa Triechel ; recitation, Miss Nora Forman; pianoforte solo.Miss Minnie Bryden ; recitation, Miss Vickie ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 January 1907

All Sporting Requisites AND Cricket Materials. J. K. SMITH, The Sports Emporium, 136 Elizabeth Street MELBOURNE . Catalogue of Sporting Requisites free any address. " Au ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Use " Rosmarium" before all your hair disappears. See page 2.-(Advt.) TEN THOUSAND POUNDS TEE ANKUM MAY BE EARNED at too great a sacrifice, if wc ruin our health and happiness dur ing its accumulation. Although money is a necessary article to possess in order to obtain the means of existence, it cannot parchase love, friendship, or immunity from the dangers and pangs of disease. The millionaire has often envied the toiling labourer bis hearty appetite and sturdy health, and would gladly have sacrificed a large amount of his wealth in exchange for these blessings. Holloway's Pills, however, can give health to the most delicate. They are the precious key which can open the door leading to the smiling valley of health. They purify the system and give the essentials of stre...

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Mr. Vachell on Harrow School. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 January 1907

Mr. Vaehell on Harrow School. , - ?1 Among the many interesrio) features in the Christmas "Windsor' is a finely illustrated article 01 " Harrow School," hy Mr Horao Annesley Vachel!, author of *' Th Hill." Writing of a new arrival hi says : - " During his first term he is flogge* by the head master in the fourtt form room, always the place c execution. Curious visitors will not« certain well-polished places upon th< form used as a block, caused bj innumerable wrigglings. Here h av« suffered some of the mighty ones ir the land-statesmen, admirals, generals, judges -and bishops ! Upon such occasions the School Custos is in attendance. It is he who prepares the victim for sacrifice, who hands tbe head macer the-birch ! Robinson minimus is swished for no ?nore serious offence than slacking. He cheerfully admits this. He ' skewed ' bis ' cons ' and ' reps,' and accordingly has received an undue quantity of ' lines.' His tutor, per ceiving that a drastic remedy is necessary, ' ...

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South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 January 1907

South. Saburtm GawrchM' O riefe Jt Association. After the Xmas and New Year vacation, for which two weeks were allowed, the 28 clubs onte again settled down to cricket in earnest. Saturday's play was the conclusion of the 6th round of matches, the winners being First grade:-Malvern Congrega tional, Malvern Presbyterians, Prahran Presbyterians, S. John's, Armadale Wesleys, South Yarra Baptists, Mt. Erica Wesleys. Second grade :-St. Kilda Metho ? dists, South Yarra Church of Chris*. Armadale Baptists, Sr. Gen-g ( Malvern), Punt Road Metliu.i s s II, St John's II, St. Matthews il. Among the close finishes last wt- k was the engagement, Arma . ie Wesleys v. St. Matthew's st con.! elevens ; the former required o\ùy 4 runs to win, but time was called. An exciting and surprising finish was the match won by South Yarra Baptists first eleven, when St. George's (East St Kilda) just lost the victory by one wicket and one run. The latter are a fast improving team. Three clubs, Malvern Presby te...

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CRICKET. Southern District Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 January 1907

The fourth found of the above' competition was continued on Satur day last after-a recess of two weeks for the holidays. OAKLEIGH V. SHERWOOD COI LEGI ANS. This match was played on the Sherwood ground, Elsternwick, and resulted in a win for them by 11 runs, after a most interesting finish. The home team scored 69 and 73, while the visitors scored 55 and 76. Batting for the borne team, Houson 21, P. Barnes 18, J. Griffin ig, G. Ramsden 20, P. Dyer 20. For the visitors, Brindley 28, Carson 26, and W. Lurkins 17; sundries 22. Bowling -Brindley, for the visitors, took io for 39, and Traill 4 for 38. For the home team, P. Dyer took 7 for 25, J. Griffin 5 for 20, T. Atchison 3 for 1 20. ROSEDALE V.'FORTROSE. Played on the former club's wicket. Fawkner Park, and resulted in a verv easy victory for the Fortrose bv an innings. The Fortrose scored 2 5 while Eosedale in their efforts < o í only respond with 100. 1 FEDERAL V. COLLEGE IAWN The above match was playe 1 ? > the ground...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 January 1907

TJIBOÀT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS. AU Buffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief aff rded by the ase of "Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous *l lozenges" are now aoVd by most respectable chemists in this country. People troubled with a " hacking eongh,*' a "slight cold," or bronchial affections, cannot trr them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progresa, resolt in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic affections. See that the signatiu-e af John L Brown & Son is on every wrapper.-Prepared by John I. B'own & Son. Boston, O.S. 4. European depot, SS, Farringdon road, Lon don, England. LINSEED "COMPOUND. a The * Stockport Remedy* for coughs and cold* Of 40 years? proven efficacy. £ «KE&TXNGS POWDER" destroys BUGS, FtEA.8, MOTHS^BHEâXUÇP »nd all other insects, .whilst quite harmless to domesticmnimals. Inexternrinatmg Beetles the success ot ibis powder is extraordinary. Itls perfectly ...

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Wattle Lodge, U. A. O. D. FEMALE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 January 1907

Wattle Lodge, ü.A.O D. FEMALB BRANCH. At a concert held in connection with the above lodge, Sister F, Goss was presented with a beautifully framed Past Arch diploma. The A.D , Sister Moroney, in making the presentation, referred io eulogistic terms to the work done by Sister Goss. The recipient . suitably responded. During the evening opportunity was taken to publicly acknowledge the valuable service rendered to the lodge by two brothers, Messrs E. and A. T. Neath. Sister Prentice spoke of the untiring energy displayed by these two brothers from the formation of the lodge up to the present time, and on behalf of the lodge presented each of them with a pair of gold sleeve links. The prize offered by Sister Goss for introducing the most new members was won by Sister C. W ilkinson.

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Dr. Barnardo's Homes. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 January 1907

Dr. Barnardo's Homes. The December issue of Night and Day, the quarterly magazine of Dr. Barnardo's Homes, comes oppor tunely to remind us of the crowds of helpless and suffering children that have claims upon English sympathies. It is painful to reflect that through the doors of this single Charity ten destitute boys and girls pass inwards every twenty-four hoare ' and that there appears no diminution in the inflow. There is an abundant selection of photographs to testify to the needs of the rescued bairns, and personal details about them to plead their cause. Among other items in this crow led number may Denoted an illustrated account of the year's emigrants (1,171 boys and girls) ; a minutely detaded Hst of wants, showing the varied needs of a family of 8,000 ; a description of an extra ordinarily successful bazaar in York, &c. The Homes appear to be extending their efforts as rapidly since Dr. Barnardo's death as for years before. A copy of the issue will be sent gratis ...

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With the Juniors. BY LONGFIELD. PUNT ROAD METHODIST CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 January 1907

'j ' Wits th« Jonloni. BY LONGFIELD. ' PWNT ROAD METHODIST CRICKET . . CLUB. Ibis well-known club was sncceBsfoJ ia gaining entrance into the South Suburban Churches' Association last season, wheithey played an eleven in the second grade, and Joflowers of 'th s Association will remember how the In dependents at the eleventh hour wrestled the premiership from them. The dab is an old one, many juniors remembering the original Pant Bead We&leye ; but lat erly the dab became in the trae sense a janior club, many of the veterans giving place to coming stars. Last season the Methodis e, be side whining the 8 grade rnnnero-up trophy, carried off the Association individual batting and bowling trophies, E. Hamley, with average of 30-6, taking the former, and Claude Barton the latter, with an average of 4.01 rani per wicket Elated by their success, this year two teams were entered, a first and second grade, and while not so snccesafol, they stilt are a hard team to beat. Both teams ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 January 1907

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINT MENT. Influenza, Coughs and Colds Ia diseases óf the throat and -chest, BO prévalent in oar changeable climate, nothing so speedily relieves, or so certainly cures, aa these ' inestimable remedies. These disorders are too often neglected at their commencement, or are injudiciously .treated, resulting in either case in disastro na consequences to the patient. Holloway's remedies will restore, if recovery be possible they allay the alarming symptoms and purify the blood ; Nature consummates the core, gradually restoring strength and vital power. By persevering in the cse of Holloway's preparations tone is conferred on the sta mach and frame generally. Thousands of persons have testified that by the ase of these remedies alone they have been restored to health after every other means had failed. Doubtful-looking individual at door-That lost dog yon are adver tising for, mum, I have brought ft back. Lady-Bat that's not my dog ; tny dog was black. Doubtful indiv...

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Wedding Presentations. MR JNO. ROMANIS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 January 1907

Wedding PrewnUtion». MR JNO. ROMANIS. On Tuesday afternoon last st Mayor (Cr Füntoft), several counei lore, and officers of the corporatio of the city of i rahran assembled î the Mayoral parlor for the purpose« making presentations. to Mr - Joh Romanis, - assistant Town Clerk,wh «as to be married on' the followin dav The first presentation, which wa made by the Mayor, consisted of . bandeóme silver tea and coffe service, the gift of the Mayor am councillors, and bearing the follow ing inscription : Presented to Mr John Romanis by the Mayor and councillors of the City of Piafaran, OD the eve of his marriage. January 9th, 1907. His Worship said be had known Mi Romanis from boyhood, and coule speak of him as one who wai always polite, respectful am courteous. As an officer . o the council, the councillors tookee upon Mr Romanis with ar amount of respect and esteem thai he should feel proud of. He bac passed the necessary municipal ex animation, had qualified himself ic other branches o...

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