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

FLOKUJNE I-FOR THE Taara JUB> BREATH.-& few drops <i£ the ttväd*jB&i$l line" sprinkled upon a wet topm bmdi pix»dnoesaplMBsaiüladier.T>Wchthninoag^ly cleanses the teeth from au parasites or im p ari ties, hardens the gums, prevéala tartar, j stops decay, gives to. th« teeth a paonliari pearly-whiteness, «nd » denghtúd fragrance I to the breath. It removes all unpleasantj odour arising &om deoayetf teeth or tobacco smoke. "Tb»ftagçga£jP}0x3i9e.''being, composed in. pacts ÄHbiMy a»l sweat herbs, ia dalkara*to & taate, aid Obj greatest toilet discovery <rf Aajaga. Of alli Chemists »nd Perfumera. Wholeaale depot, 33. Farringdon road, London, Rngjand, ' BÂ.-TO SGÀP ! For Hedicai,ToUet,and Nursery tua ] ' A. TILLEY, Boutb Xavra ^ j

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Angling. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 January 1907

The Saudi Yarra Anglers' Club held a competitioltron Dec 16th and 18th last for trophies presented by ! Messrs Chas. M. Read and Co. and Mr A. SC. Mackey-Doull, which were won by Mr A. C. Mills and Mr A. McDonald. The club held a com petition on January 5th and 9th for trophies presented by Messrs E. E. Crook and L. McDonald. The inter-club competition was advanced another stage on January 1st, when the first fresh water com petition was held, with results as follows : Essendon, 51bs 2$ozs ; : Richmond, 8lbs 9JZS ; South Yarra, nil; Brunswick, 9ibs *3zs ; Prahran City, 31bs. This completed the first round, the positions of the clubs be ing as follows :. Essendon, 35lbs 7^ .»zs ; Richmond, 2Slbs lOozs ; Brunswick, 15lbs 7ozs ; Prahran City, lOlbs 13JZS ; South Yarra, Slbs loz, "The second round will commence on Monday, January 28th, with a .bream competition on the Saltwater fRiver.

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Wedding Ceremony. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 January 1907

Wedding Ceremony. The marriage of Mr John Romanis, ?«Etant Town Clerk of Prahran, son of Mes Harnett Romanis, of Alfred street, Prahran, to Miss Fanny Margaret Sepenett, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm. H. Espenett, of Union street, Windsor, took stace at St. Matthew's church, Prahran, on Wednesday afternoon last, the officiating ministers being the Rev. W. T. C. 8torrs, M.A., incumbent of the church, and tba Bev. Canon Tooker, of Christ Church, South Yarra. Â large number of friends of the contracting parties were present to 'witness the ceremony. The bride was becomingly attired m white silk, and carried a. bouquet of white flowers. The bridesmaids were Miss Romania (attired in pale blue). Miss Taylor (pale bine), Miss Froomes and Miss Watson (both in white),and Misa Molly Wallace and Miss Doris Higby (attired in pink). The bridegroom was supported by Mr Geo. tl. Brown, Mr Chas. Hatton and Mr Wm. Bowden. The bride was given away by Mr T. Sspenett, her eldest brother. There was a fall ch...

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

MISS COULTHARD TSACUSS 0? DANCING. Continues her JUNIOR CLASSES in the Arcade Hali. Oka pel Streßt. Pr a kr un, (Ju tbe 1st Week iu March. 1907. . . Term« on application . . Prívale lessons triven hy arrangement. Private Address M!SS COI'LrHA!;P. 12 Evandale Eoad. Malvern. KEATINGS POWDER IN HAftnLK«« to Animal Life. RUST« Fletas ilfOtllrt OZ o&qu t coe» Rur», Fl«-«», Jtlothh, Beeile», nosqotiuc» Tbc genuine Powder bears the autograph of THOMAS KEATING ; «old in tins only. (¿rtt ti «ir'«i Worm Ti» lt I ;>c«». HL«tattngr:N Worm Tatlilcunt. MLeattntf'M Worm Tablet*. A PDKELy VEGKIAHLB S 'A' V. K '"M K A T. furn Ishi nc a most a^rreeaule ¡uethod of adminUterinií 'he only '.ertain remedv tor 1 N f h.>TI .V A L oír THrtK-AD Wu'liilS, It is pnuVctl.. safe and mdii, anil u especial'v a'Saptid for children. à-t]à iu Tins liv all Dru^^i^Ls. Proprietor, THOMAS KKAlINü, landon . Mol Wa#ï I ívaith is impaired, o Kv. i: up to thc 'Ivr tl jt ailments thc fi.-f.i appearance ofanvdis&...

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

The old lady entered the taxider mist's shop in a blaze of wrath, carrying a defunct cockatoo in a glass case. " You can sec for yourself, sir. Vou only stuffed my poor parrot in thc summer, and here's his feathers tumbling out before your eyes." " Lor' bless ye'm, that's the triumph of the art ! We stuff 'em that natural that they moults in their proper season." Am II i. io MuTiiKm '.-Are yu broken ii) your rest by a sick child suffering with i he pain of cutting teeth ? 0 " at ouce to a chemist and «et a boule ol Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup. U will lelicve the poor sufferer immediately. It is perfectly harm less and pleasant to taste.it produces natural, quiet sleep, by relieving the child {rom pain, and ibe little cherub awakes " as blight as a button." It soothes the child, it softens the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is the best known remedy for dysentery aad diarrhoea, whether arising from teething or other causes. Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syru...

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THE ART OF DRINKING MINERAL VATER. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 January 1907

THE ART OF DRINKING MINERAL VATER. Bv J.D.C. A country spot frequently visited by holiday makers is Daylesford. Daylesford is chiefly noted for its mineral water. It is also noted for its gold-the Ajax mine, for instance, where the output of the precious metal is said to have been j very satisfactory of late. However, : fortunately or unfortunately, the supply of gold is infinitesimal as] compared to the supply of mineral j water. This fluid is said to be health-giving, life-giving, thanksgiv- j ing and forgiving. Picture two taps protruding from a concrete wal), over which stands a shed provided with seats for the purpose of shelter ing the people who come, to drink. The taps are flowing continuously with-mineral water. And just as these two precious taps flow on, on, continuously, so hundreds of people come and go, perhaps a dozen or more times a day to drink, drink, drink, and drink again. Human be ings stand or move about the taps 1 ke moths around a candle. The scene gives one ...

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SIXTH ROUND. FIRST GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 January 1907

SIXTH RQÜND. j FfcssT GRADE. St. Matthew's 68 and 86, v. Armadale Wesleys 42 and 3 fur 116. Wesleys won by seven wickets. St. Matthew's-G. Martin 19, McNaughton 13, Rev. Wade 89 ; Blackwell, InneB and M'Naughton bowled well. Mt. Erica 78 and 98, v. South Yarra Pres. 68 and 54. Mount Erica won by 54 rans. Ut. Erica-H. Clarke 22, Teague 17 ; E. Baker IO for 4i. Sonth Yarra-Fiddes 18 not out, M Nulty 19 ; M'Kandry 6 for 84, Fcancis 4 for 28. Sooth Yarra Baptists 82 and 9 for 70, v. St. GeoreeV Pres. .82 and 69. i Bte tiste won by 1 wicket' and a run. Bap tists-E. Prentice 5 for 28, Bergin ^ for 93; Hawkins 17, JP. Prentice 13. St. .#f.v tí nt ?. Sr;^ y&Hfatct Ä, .... a. Lewis S JSpjc 40, J, Addison ! JJSWÍB 3 for9,? Sb John's ftes. 105 sad 197. v.. Saints'«0. St John's won bj « first mmn¿i.f%K John's-H. Ä 67, M.Sob««ana22, Hi H. Carson 22; W.fiimpaoB fi for; Sainte'-F. Allan 86, «. Bradley «1J Gtace 8 Cor 67¿«T. Passett à br 84. c w| MU vern COOKE. 98and 126, v. Pahna Inaepeaâe...

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Sales of Property. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 January 1907

Salea of Property, --- Mr T. Overton, GfaapeJUstreet, South Yarra, reporta having sold the following properties at Toorak, Orrong-road :-Two semi-detached six-roomed brick houses. ¿¿975» Gordon grove, vacant land, 200 feet, at ¿4. £800. At Armadale, weather board cottage, three rooms, in Cambridge-street, at ¿"235. Munro place, double fronted brick villa, six rooms, £550. At Prahran, Clark street, brick villa, seven rooms, &c, ¿"570. Clark-street, brick villa, six rooms, £465. Wrexham-road, briok villa, eight rooms, £825. Pridham street, weatherboard cottage, three rooms, £138. Regent-street, pair weatherboard cottages, three rooms. £350, Essex-street, weatherboard cottage, four rooms, £207/10/-. At | South Yarra.-Wilson-street, three- : roomed weatherboard, £150. Bardy-1 street, two weatherboard cottages, 1 t bree and four rooms, £350. Garden street, weatherboard, four rooms, ' ¿"290. Wilson-street, three-roomed weatherboard, ¿"175. Haidy-street, vacant land, 60 x 80, £3 fo...

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A. N. A. Prahran. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 January 1907

A.N.A. Prahran. _._ i The first of the series of compéti tions to be held among tile 555 mem bers of the Prahran branch of tbe A.N.A., was held last Wednesday, when Mr Austin Wainwright won a euohre tournament, Mr Boldeman being a close second. According to the competition rules, the first six places in each event are recorded. The competition seems to have " caught on." Rifle shooting is tbe next event, »nd following on tbe 28th inst, is a 50 yds. swimming match at Hegarty's Batbs Sit. Kilda, at 9.3a a.m. An attractive and up to-date syllabus has been prepared, and is obtainable from the secretary, Mr Geo. Fitzsimmons, or any mem ber of committee.

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

Special Sale. Rosmariu Hair Tonic. RxnwiAwínm contains, in the iirst place, all the properties OSmariUm. of the old fashioned but well-tried and well proved plant Rosemary: secondly, those cements which form Wk. food foi* the Hair, combined with sab lances which excite the scalp to healthy activity, and dissolve dandruff. In addition to these virtues, ii is a preparation that imparts a beautiful gloss to the hair, and is a m st refreshing application. Rosmariu rr» won't do impossible things lt won't make Huir (now when the roots are dead. li will Jo mu h to keep your Scalp in a healthy condition, Rosmarium is sold entirely on its Merits* When we say thai it will atop Hair from falling out, that lt will cure Dandruff, that u will atop itching tcalps, th u it will give a healthy gloss to the hair. We mean it, and back up our assertions willi a positive guarantee. We know that Roemariam will do MORE than other Hair preparations. Iic'lfmi;, smarting, sweating Summer Dandruff is here. Hu...

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

G. PIE AS ANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL. STREET, PRAHRAN (Xearly opposite tue Arcade) lt ?s to draw attention to a few of his Special llcrnedipi, which can be confidently recommended, h&vine proved themselves to be highly efficacious in the various ailment* mentioned. conm Rea)* Kr rvuioviu1,; Had or rj>.l Corns. This well-cUabUehsd tiepar&tion has been i ia j.» IA-j i ov lin; «ddiii.iu nf nu ingredient which assists materially io reducing the discuinlorl usually occasioned by IUDS! corn cures. PEIGB ls. per Bettle X*VSPEFSICTTB.&. \ cupouDil nf Bismuth and I'oimine willi Liver Stimulants anti i Laxatives for l n nation, li.lion:-, Liver arni Stuuaeh Complaints, Gidliness. f>icb Headache, flatulence, Ilïa.'tbu.-u. an;! all disorders ariiiu^ from derangement of the.digestive iliwan.-. lins preparati .n has l»2en sri ven with almost unfailing success ia cae es of Dyspepsia, Cu Torrie eiaslric Catarrh. Gastric Irritation with sickness, and in those trou 'itsom...

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The Royal Life Saving Society. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 January 1907

The Royal Life Saving Society. ? - I To Tm EPITOK. I Sir, - 1 >y direction of the executive council of the above societv we desire to bring the work of the society prominently under the notice ot your readers with a view of interesting them in our work, and thu; obtaining their support and pecuniary assist ance. The aims and objects of the society are to instruct the public especially those who frequent the water for duty or pleasure-in the modern methods of life saving, in cluding the rescue, release and resuscitation of tue apparently drowned. The society has made an exhaustive study of the best methods ot life saving, and endeavours to make the knowledge it has obtained as widespread as possible. Affiliated with the society for the purpose of instruction are over JO distinct bodies, including the Victorian police, swim ming, rowing, athletic and yachting clubs, colleges and schools, and this number is steadily increasing. In addition, lectures are frequently de livered, handbo...

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The Standard SATURDAY, JANUARY 12TH, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 January 1907

The Standard SATURDAY, JANUARY 12TII, 1907. ? ------ Mr A. M. Mordey, Town Clerk of Prahran, on behalf of His Worship the Mayor (Cr. W. Flintoft), has called a meeting of citizens, to be held in the Mayoral parlor (Greville street entrance), on Friday evening next, 18th inst., at 8 p.m., the object being to make arrangements for the annual entertainment in the Victoria gardens, High street, on behalf of the Prahran, South Yarra and Toorak Ladies' Benevolent Society. The annual marine excursion of the St. Kilda Tradesmen's club will be held on Wednesday, January 23rd, the rendezvous being Sorrento. The Ozone has been chartered for the occasion, and the usual com plete arrangements will be made by Secretary H. M. Knox and committee for the comfort of patrons. Mr H. Clinton has been appointed to the position of Drum Major to the Prahran City Band. Mr Clinton pos sesses essentials to hil the position with credit, and with the necessary enthusiasm for the work he should prove as big a su...

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Loyal Canterbury Lodge, No. 32, U. A. O. D. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 January 1907

-:-?? I 'y Loyal Canterbury Lodge, | No. 32, Ü.A.0 D. * ! The above lodge held its fort I nightly meeting on Monday, 8: h inst, ! at the Protestant Hall, Cecil Place. Prahran, the occasion being presen tation night and concert. The con cert was opened with an overture by Miss Poppy Atkins, and the follow ing contributed towards the pro gramme-Messrs G. Dennis, J. Mar shall, Goldsmith, R. Beatty, F. Herbert, Bert Bailey, J. Harvey and Wi ¿Murphy ; Misses M. Gray, P. Lindrea, Vockter, Coney and Kay. The Past Arch, Bro. Rigoll, was made a presentation by the Arch Druid, Bro* J. Wright. Bro. Rigoil suitably responded. The next presentation was for the mem ber introducing the most members into the lodge for the six months, won by Bro. W. Murphy, with ten. Bro. H« Barrenger presented Bro. Murphy with a handsome picture (the gift of Bro. Levy, of the Clifton Lodge), and a silver medal (the gift of the lodge.) Bro. Murphy suitably responded. Bros. E. Rigoll and J. Barrenger divided second p...

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Transcontinental Cycle Rides. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 12 January 1907

Transcontinental Cycle Rides It is now some years since any   long distance transcontinental cycle   rides were attempted in Australia, ln the nineties some very fine cycle rides were accomplished across and around the Australian continent, the names of Jerome, J. Murif, Arthur Richardson, Donald McKay, Mather and Coleman, the White Bros., and A. Macdonald being amongst the plucky band of wheelmen who esablished wonderful rides that focussed public attention on their plucky efforts, and at the same time demonstrated what a remarkably sure, safe and trustworthy means of locomotion is afforded by the Dunlop tyred safety bicycle. One oí the last and most meritorious of the series of transcontinental rides from a cycling   standpoint was undoubtedly that of Albert Macdonald, of Orroroo, a telegraph operator on the Northern Territory section ot the overland cable line, who in 1898 rode from Port Darwin to Adelaide, from sea to sea, a distance of 206...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 19 January 1907

All Sporting Requisites AND Cricket Materials. J. K. SMITH, The Sports Emporium, IS6 Elizabeth Street MELBOURNE . Catalogue of Sporting Requisites free any address. You «iii make a " Fair Decision " if you decide to buy a bottle of Rosmarium ibis month. See page a« -(Advt.)

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Perseverance Tent, I.O.R., No. 34, Prahran. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 19 January 1907

Perseverance Tent, I.O.B., No. 34, Prahran. . ._ i The above lent mc j mi Tuesday ! Ubt. The CK., l!ro. StaUorJ, ? presided. AI) the < Öiceis were 1 present and some members. The night was devoted to business. The I auditors presented the quarterly j balance sheet and '-he Government annual report, which showed a substantial increase in membership I and funds. The auditors pointed ; out the satisfactory way in which the books were kept, and the assistance which the secretary gave them in their task, lt was resolved on the | motion of Bro. A. E. McMicken, that i owing to the increasing responsibilities ! of the trustees, that their services be j suitably lecognised by the members. ! An intorebtini; discussion then took j place un how to keep honorary members interested in the working of the tent. The meeting closed I punctually at ten o'clock. j Members are reminded that the tent is to pay an official visit to I Camberwell Tent on Wednesday, January 30th. The programme is ...

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PRAHRAN AND MALYERN TRAMWAY PROJECT. Another Discussion by the Prahran Council. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 19 January 1907

PRAHRAN AND MALVERN ! ; TRAMWAY PROJECT. i Another Discussion by the i j Prahran Council. i - A special meeting of the Prahran city council was held on Mondiy evening iast, the Mayor, Cr Flintoff., j presiding The matter under discus i sion was the proposal that the muni [upalities ol Prahran and Malvern I should contribute £13.00^ towards !:hc cab', of regrading the Gippsland ¡lim», av Armadale, SD as to do away 'willi thc level crossing at Hi^h-street. Tue (¡overnmant had refused to smciion the making of the tram line unless this was dune, and the councils were asked to bsar a proportion of the total cost. Cr Skinner (chairman nf the joint comm;', reu of tile Malvern and Prah ran Councils) said the council was aware nf the difficulty which had irisen regarding the level crossing at High street. The negotiations had come to a head just before the holidays The Malvern Council had agreed and an informal committee meeting of the Prahran Council had agreed to contribute £13,000 towards...

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Elwood Severance Movement. WILL IT BE SUCCESSFUL? [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 19 January 1907

Elwood Severance Move ment. . WILL rr BE SUCCESSFUL ? On Monday evenine last a depu tation, consisting of Messrs N. H. Scown, G.Â. Knight and F. G. Gray, waited on the St. Kilda council with the view to seeking the practical co-operation of tho council against the action of certain ratepayers tn endeavoring to have the Elwood territory severed from St. Kilda and joined to Caulfield municipality. The deputation had an undisgu sed fear that the tfforts of the secessionists would be successful. Mr Scown stated that the move ment for severance was still going on. It was thought that the whole matter had been allowed to drop, but the leaders were stating that they already had the requisite number of signatures to the petitions ia favor of severance. The deputation, on be half of those who did not favor severance, had come to the couooit to ask for its help in preventing the scheme being effect to. Mr Knight spoke of the energy displayed by those in favor of severance in getting signature...

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With the Juniors. BY LONGFIELD. PRAHRAN PRESBYTERIAN CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 19 January 1907

With the Juniors. 13\ LONGFIELD, L'KAHKAN PRESBYTERIAN CRICKET CLUB. lt is some five seasons back since this now well known club made its advent in the junior cricket world. The South Suburban Churohes" Association was inaugurated the previous year, viz., 1901, and under good advice the " Presbys " applied for admission and were successful. In their first attempt they won the premiership from the Mt. Erica Wesleys, but since, although always a hard team to beat, they could get no nearer than third. The dab has possessed some really good cricketers, notably H. Ferrier, who as a bowler was one of the chief factors in the club's success until his removal to the country. J. R. Clarkson is another " old boy,'" was a fine all-round man, and is now settled in senior ranks, Of this season's players R. P. Baker is one of the main stays. His club missed his servieee for two seasons, he being stationed in another state. He is a left hand bat, is good on both sides of wicket, his late cuts bein...

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