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PRAHRAN TRADES V. ORIENTAL BOOT COMPANY (Employes of Mr Kirkwood). [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 19 January 1907

PEA H RAX TRADES V. ORIENTAL BOOT COMPANY , (Employes of Mr Kirkwood). On Wednesday last, at the Toorak Park, a most enjoyable match took place between the employes of Mr Kirkwood (the popular captain of che j Trades Club), and the Prahran I Trades. Owingto" the captain Seing in opposition, and the vice-captain having met with an accident, Mr Neil Rice filled the positionnai captain I to the Trades. The maten, which was of a social nature, resulted in a win for the Company, who scored 10S. Trades, 81. The principal scorers for the former were : Griffiths ;j'2, Stevenson 24, and Hanbury '21 ; and for the latter : Kean 30, Mark : ham 24 Mr W. Oackett filled the j position of dispenser of refreshments with credit to all concerned. Mr Kirkwood received a cordial vote of thanks for his generous hospitality. LOYAL CANTERBURY. Loyal Canterbury A v. North Melbourne District.-This match was concluded at North Melbourne, and resulted in a win for North Melbourne by 04 runs on first innings. S...

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ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. Monday, January 14. Present—Mayor Gibbs, and Crs Stedeford, Barnet, O'Donnell, Billson, Hughes, Connibere and Jacoby. WATERING RESERVES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 19 January 1907

ITEMS PROM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. Monday, January li. Present-Mayor Gibbs, and Ors Stedeford, Barnet, O'Donnell, Billson, Hughes, Connibere and Jacoby. WATERING EESERVBS. À circular communication was re ceived from the South Melbourne council, asking the St. Kilda council to send a representative to join in a deputation to the Metropolitan Board of Works to urge that water be pro vided free of charge for the street plantations and reserves -which had been laid out in the metropolitan area in recent years. Cr Stedeford, who was deputed to represent the council on the deputa tion, said tbs municipilities owned the water supply, and there was no reason why the suggestion of the South Melbourne council should not be given effect to. ST. KILDA. TRADESMEN'S CLUB. Mr G. H. Edwards, chairman of committees in connection with the annual marine excursion to Sorrento of the St. Kilda Tradesmen's Club, to be held on Wednesday next, wrote asking for the patronage of the Mayor and councillors to ...

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CRICKET. HAWKSBURN v. NORTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 19 January 1907

GRIGKÈT. j HAWKSBURN v. NORTH MELBOURNE. I The above match was continued at Toorak Park on Saturday last, The locals had to face a total of 324 runs and practically all the afternoon to do it tn. it was certainly not an easy task. They made a bad commence ment, as J. Horan1 lost his wicket with the score at 9. Bowden and Carkeek lost their wickets with trying to force the runs, and Healy was unfortunately run out when he was nicely set, for 37. With the adveut of C. Jones aud T. Rush a better complexion was put on the innings and runs came apace, especially from the latter. They put ou 122 runs for the sixth wicket,»nd as it turned out it practically saved the gama.as when these two busmen fell the others could do nothing else but play for a draw, and this they just managed to do. Wheo O'Connor, the last mau, came in 72 runs were required,and 20 minutes to play, and he and Bogers succeeded in keeping their wickets up, and so Hawksburn got out of it very well with a draw. I*. Horan 4...

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Holidays at Frankston. THE "PANAMA GIRLS." [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 19 January 1907

Holidays »t i^aaketon. THE " PANAMA GIRLS.*1 BY "T.P.C " The daintily costumed bright looking.prim Sunday school maiden, who walks so sedately to and from Sunday school week alter week, with quite an array of religious literature resting securely upon an elbow length Lisle gloved aroa, is by no means! such a demure young lady when en joying an exhilarating holiday at the j seaside. She undoubtedly possesses ! an abundant capacity for enjoying j herself.as was uumistaktably demon strated by iS members of the South Yarra Baptist Sunday School Girls' Guild, who spsnt a very pleasant holiday season at Frankston during Christmas and New Year. After such minor details as to where we should go, how many dresses, hats and hairpins, we should take had been decided on, the selection of 8 name by which the party should be known caused considerable argument. " Tbe Fairy Warblers " found much favor ; but as many of our party i could not sing, that name had to be discarded ; after much discussion...

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M.U.I.O.O.F. LOYAL O.T. ORR LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 19 January 1907

M.U. I.O.O.F. LOYAL O.T. OK K LODC.K. l o celebrate thc election ut its secretary, Bro- A. A. Myers, io the high .ind honorable position of Prov. Cîra:id Mister of tue District, the Loyal O. T. Orr Lod^e held a rco-t enjoyable smoke nitjht la^t Tuesday at til-- Orrong; Hotel, Armadale. .Manv distinguished members oi the craft were prient to i'o honor to Bro. Myers. On the right of the chairman,Bro. H. Cooling, P.P.G M , Sat the (¡rand Master of the Order, Bro. T. Foley : his Deputy, Bro. Chas. Armstrong; and Bro. J. H. Taylor, C.S., Bros. Mular, P.G.M., thc Hon- Joseph Sternberg, P.G.M., Graham and Ltrnach, P.P.G.M.'s, representing the Board of Directors. The iollowirji; Districts we'e repre sented by their Provincial Orlicers Port Phillip, Collingwood, Yarra Yarra and North Yarra. Distin guished nlliceis wete also present from the Loyal tlcoi Intent, Toorak, Olive Branch, Galatea, Minerva, Sandridge.Sandringham, Moorabbin, and Prince A H red Lodges. Several toasts were honored, and...

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

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South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 19 January 1907

South Suburban Ohutoliea' Cricket jj Association. . ~s I The seventh round of matches started Saturday under favorable ; playing conditions. H. Gibbins (St. johns) was highest scorer for the day, hitting up a well made 85. Dowsing (South Yarra Baptists) made his first appearance this season j with bis club, making 45 by a forcing game, marred orly by one chance. The following are the detailed scores FIRST GRADK. Armadalu Wesley 7 for 128, v. Prahran Pres. 9ô. Armadale-Lodge 30, H. Bigg 26, R. Holding 26 not out and 6 for 15; Bigg 2 for 20. Prahran-Baker SO, Laing 23 not out, W. Barton 13 Free tusn 10. H. Burton 10; Baker 4 for 41, Laing 2 for 42. Mt.Erica Wesieys 106, v. St. Matthew's 6 for 54. St. Matthew's-W. Davies 18. Holmes 17 ; Dean 2 for 6, M'Gorlich 4 for it. Mt. Erica- B. Daly 26, BL Clarke 20. W. Burton 14, C. Gardiner 12 uot out : Baker 2 for 19, Clarke 2 for 12, \V. Furneaux 2 for 16. Prahran Independents 99, v. South Yarra baptists 5 for 100. flautists-H. Dowsing 42, C....

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Southern District Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 19 January 1907

Beatharn District Grickat ÀwiioflHtipp Tbe fourth round of the above competition was finished on Saturday last, and the position of the dubs up-to-date is as follows: Commercial Road Methodist 16 j points ; Federal, Fortrose, Sherwood ' Collegians all 12 points ; South ' Yarra and Rosedale 4 .each ; and ': Oakleigh o. The scores of the fourth round are reported herewith. j POBTBOSB v. »fwgi>>,r.mi^jHB|BB Sbrhrosa ..-at s j Rosedale 'P^ggS^jflBHB 51. Fortrose won by an inniigMW^^HB FEDERAL V. COLLEGE LB.WN. "^^^^^BH| Federal won by an innings rod.^^É^nH^H runs. ^Federal 206. College láv^^^^SH 0AKL8IGB v. SHERWOOD coixBGtáaqgw--? jljaBasE The Sherwoods scored 69 and f$, against 0*kleigh's 55 and 76, tfa« *-.._j|gp|s winning by 11 runs. ' % SOUTH YiRBA V. COMMSBQUX. BOA» ; -|P||f|Í METHODISTS. The result was a win for the Commercial Road Methodists by 151 :P^*f8sf runs. The scores are-Commercial i=f^|s|Í Road Methoaists 153 and 188 ; *¿-<WM Yarra 88 and Hz. For the :| ...

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U.A.O.D. Sports Championship. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 19 January 1907

U.A.O.D. Sports Champion ship. Play off for runners-up won by Alpine Lodge. The first match was quoits, which took place at the Alpine rooms, Elsternwick. The Canterbury had not a full team, and had to play two tubs, and were beaten by 2b. Scores -Alpine, 360; Loyal Canterbury, 334. The following got the possible: -Alpine : W. Horton (once), Wal. Horton (once,) Dickson (three times), Poore (twice) ; Loyal Canterbury : S. Penman (twice), F. Black (twice), A. Amor (four times). The second part of the m a toll took place at Ward's Hotel (shooting and cards.) Shooting :- Canterbury W. Murphy 21, Ward 14. E. Ben ton 15, S. Penman 15, R.McIlroy 19, J. Wright 19 ; total, 103. Alpine-A. Poore 15, C. Horton 16, G. Harboard iS, Wal. Horton 18, G. Horton 15, W. Horton iS; total, 100. Bro, W. Murphy got the possible 2r. The following got bulls-eyes Alpine : A. Poore (2), C. Horton (1). J. Harboard (2), Wal. Horton (1), W. Horton fi). Loyal Canterbury -W. Murphy (3), E. Benton (1), E. Mcllroy (1...

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

Special Sale. Rosmariu Hair Tonic. DAsmavínm contains, in the first place, ail the properties XvOSIUcUlUIIl 0f the old fashioned but well-tried and well proved plant Rosemary ; secondly, those e'ements which form a food for the Hair, combined with substances which excite the Scalp to healthy activity, and dissolve dandruff. In addition to these virtues, it is a preparation that imparts a beautiful gloss to the hair, and is a m st refreshing application. Rosmarium won't do impossible things U won't make Hair Grow when the roots are dead. lt will do much to keep your ?calp in a healthy condition. Rosmarium ts sold entirely on its Merits. When we say that it will stop Hair fl»Om falling OUt, that it will cure Dandruff, that it will stop itching scalps, that it will give a healthy gloss to the hair. We mean it, and back up our assortions with a positive guarantee. We know that Rosmarium will do MORE than other Hair preparations. Itching, ^martini;, sweating Summer Dandruff is herc. Bul ...

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

f .v..,^^ G- PLEASANCE, giffíhfrfi;' CHEMIST, I^J^LjMin 275 CHAPEL. STREET, mmAsÉM PRAHRAN fi S ' ISSÍH ^F^Íal'SKs fl[ (Nearly oppositetbe Arcade) ff ]|¿ li-'P3 lo draw attention to a few of his Special il^^aJÎÂ^ÎijCRt^E^^jjlEj. Remedies, which can be confidently recommended. Ut^Sií ¿r»a«M«i uu¿.*¿& h*»inj proved themselves to b* hi>Wy erficaoious ia i t-iKi," :_-' ;, I-_? - - I the various ailments mentioned. CORK MNS med). l-'or removing Hani or tío. I Corns. Thia well-eítabliahe-i pj-eparation has been improved by tin; addition of an ingredient wliich assists materially in reducing tho discomfort usually occasioned by most cora cures. PRICE ls. per Bottle A compound of Bismuth ind l'e¡isin?- wu li Livor Stimulants and ^Laxatives fori Indigestion, Bilious, hiver and Sl imacli Complaints, Giddiness, Sick Headache, I Flatulence, Heartburn, and all disorders arising from derangement of the"digestive organs. This preparation has i/seu i;iv;n with almost unfailing success in...

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The Statudard SATURDAY, JANUARY 19TH, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 19 January 1907

The Statuted SATURDAY, JANUARY 19ru, 1907. Since being a member of the Prahran City Council, it has been the practice of Cr A. Nathan to make a present of a silver cigar case to each successive Mayor. The ceremony was again duly performed in the Mayoral parlor on Monday evening last, the recipient on this occasion heine His Worship the Mayor, Cr W. Flintoft. The presentation was made on behalf of Cr Nathan, by Cr Thos. Luxton, M.L.C., who referred to the kindly motives that actuated Cr Nathan in honoring the chief magistrate of the city in the manner indicated. The gift was an artistic and appropriate one, and he was sure His Worship would receive it with gratification and pleasure. (Hear, hear.) On being handed the cigar case, His Worship said he was pleased to be in the position of receiving a gift of the kind. He could assure Cr Nathan that he appreciated it very much, and it would long remind him of pleasant times he had spent amongst his colleagues in the Prahran City Council. ...

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Prahran Mechanics' Institute. ANNUAL MEETING ON FRIDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 19 January 1907

Prahran Mechanics' Institute. ANNUAL MEETING ON FRIDAY NEXT. The annual meeting of subscribers of the Prahran Mechanics' Institute and Circulating Library will be held on Friday evening next, at 8 o'clock. We cull the following from the annual report which is to be pre sented to the meeting : -   Building- Owing to increased volume of business, necessitated by the addition of new members and   books, your committee decided to   utilise the hall and rooms, hitherto lett for social parties, for library pur-     poses. This has incurred an outlay of £350, and also the loss of revenue hitherto obtained from this source (about £100 per annum) : but     are pleased to be able to report that     the increased shop accommadation,               with the four offices to let on the first floor, has secured rental to the     amount of £135 per annum, thus justifying their action on for rental...

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Military and Motors. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

Military and Motors. The Dunlop Rubber Co. have under consideration a somewhat n )vel competition, which would take t ie form of an intersiate military 1 clay nutor mitch. The idea is that two learns ot six crack motor cyclists bi se'.ected ti represent New South Wales and V ictoria, each team to bs pitted against the other in the carrying of a military despa'cli between Sydney aod Melbourne and vu e versa, i.e., each ttam lo trave. ii thc oppjiite direction. The in J lus operandi would tie tor two motor cjd ..-ts to l> ave Sydnev, and the s nue number, Melbourne s mullanecusl/. Th; ti st two netti, tu carry the depuch toughly, about 2 >o miles, wilt ii a frei.Ii pair of niotoi cueists would take i:p thp running; a id con ncc: 2co m'-A?* t.;r:ln r DÜ « I: !I tivo m re riders, win weill < .u t y ilie d»r-p.H li r i ils ns in.i i'<y travelling in p:;r, ri.!er- \\o*:lJ îvjl only have company «.> i thor o.'g ournev, a bi^ cer.sidt ration when night travell...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

Ali Sporting Requisites ANO Cricket Materials. J. K. SMIfH, i '^|gj Sports Utißörium, % ï&àSlizcbbeth Street ^apwttyzcboeun, ovree¡ ¿¿EÍBOViUV-E . $ Catalogue of Sportiug Beqúisites ; free Jipty adSre88. ?

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Christ Church, South Yarra. ANNUAL MEETING OF THE CONGREGATION. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

Christ Omrah, Swith j Yan», -s ANNUAL MEETING OF THE CONGREGATION. The annual meeting of the con gregation of Christ Church, South. Yarra, was held ia the Parish Hall on Thursday evening. The Hall had been embellished and decorated with pot-plants and greenery, a musical programme arranged, and refreshments provided for the afier meeting, and a large attendance was present. Canon Tucker took thc chair, supported by the Church wardens and Vestry, and the Revr. ! \V. Hudson and H. M. Hawkins, who have late'y joined the staff cf the parish. The hon. secreta^', Mr R. G. Kent, read a report and balance-sheet prepared by the hon. treasurer, Mr Denys T. Walton, which was of a highly satisfactory nature. The total amount passtd through the books during the year was £ 15S2 19s 5d Canon Tucker then eave tile an nual address of the Vicar to the congregation, and referred with satisfaction to the Jubilee com memorations, by which over ¿"1500 had been raised, and used to reduce the debt on the b...

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Loyal Canterbury. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

Loyal Canterbury Loyal Canterbury A v. Norih Park-This mitch was played on the ground of the latter at Essendon. North Park, ist innings, 75 : Loyal Canterbury, ist inrjings, 4 for 43. \V. Peebles ; fjr 26, H. Barrenger 2 for 23, J. Ingram 1 for 12, j. Barrenger 2 for 3. This match will bs continued on Saturday at 3 o'clock. Train leaves Flinders street station at 2.30 sharp. Loyal Canterbury B v. Por^. Melbourne Druids-This match was played on. the ground of the latter at Port Melbourne. Port Melbourne, ist innings, 68. W. Young 23 not out, W. Fitzpatrick 4 for 24. H. Lynch 3 for 20, W. Murphy 3 tor 21. Loyal Canterbury, ist innings, 4 for 4!. W. Anderson zo. This match will be continued next Saturday at 3 o'clock. Drags leave Bro. Higginbothom's at 1 45 sharp. The South Yarra Presbyterian 2nd eleven journeyed to Sandringham on Saturday to try conclusions with the Sandringham eleven, but thc home team proved to be the superior. The scores were Sandringham 58. South Yarra 21. Stephe...

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M.U.I.O.O.F Cricket Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

JdT/ I.O.O F Cricket Competition. Britannia v. Loyal Good Intent Prahran-This match was opened last Saturday at -'Fawkner Park. Britannia batting 4 - men short, opened proceedings and compiled ?05. Molten 46, Chapman 22, Thorpe 15 ; Mains 2 Tor 24, Farrington 1 for 13. Morphett 1 for. 13. Good Intent opened with Coulson io and Brittingham iS, both not out. The gams will, be concluded to day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

'Limul! CATHARTICUM PIUS, of Mountain Flax. Agreeably Aperient. Worthy of trial.

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Southern District Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

I i ÈoutîiMB. Bistriet Cridset ¡ Association. - i The day was a very bad ene for cricket, it being equally disagreeable to batsman as to bowler. The wind was strong and full of dust, making it extremely hard for anyone to get a proper sight of the bal!. SOUTH YARRA V. ROSEDALE. This match was commenced on the Yarra's ground in Fawkner Park. The toss was won by the home team, who decided to bat, and occupied the wicket the whole after noon; the innings resulted in a score of 151 runs. The captain, W, Roach, batted nicely for 33, W. Foley 25, and J. Wilde 25, also ba'ted well, and showed some good form with the willow. The Rosedale during the day made numerous changes in the bowling, but the only players to secure wickets were J. Atkinson 4 for 36 and W. Walters 5 for 39. The fielding of the visitors was only fair.there being much room for improvement. COMMERCIAL BO AD METHODIST V. FEDERAL. The above match is being played on the Loyal Canterbury wicket in Fawkner Park. The Methodists ...

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