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ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, January 21. Present—Mayor Flintoft, and Crs Skinner, Upton, Luxton, Dobson, Nicolson, Densham, Williams, Chambers, Miller, Naylor and Nathan. PRAHRAN TRADES CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

ÍTEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, january 21. Present-Mayor Flintoff, and Crs Skinner.Upton, Lu xton, Dobson, Nicolson, Densham, Williams, Chambers, Miller, Naylor and Nathan. PRAHRAN TKAUES IHJ1Î Mr R. B. Dixon, on behalf of the combined Prahran and South Yarra Trades C'ubs wrote asking the coun cil to take the necessary steps to have Wednesday, March Otli, the occasion of the annual marine excur sion, proclaimed a public holiday. t)a the motion of Cr Chambers, seconded by Cr Luxton, the request was acceded to. SOUTH YAHRi RAI LAV.. Y STATION. The Railway Department wrote declining to carry out a request of the council to put a covering over the ramps at the South Yarra rail way station on account oí the ex pense involved. Cr Dobson, who had brought the matter before the council,moved that the communication be referred to the public works committee with a view to further action being tiken- The coverings to the ramps would be a great convenience to the travelling pub'ic in w...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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CRICKET. HAWKSBURN V. SOUTH MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

HAWKSBDKNvV. SOOT^ IM^aPBMß. The above match was commenced at Toorak Rark on Saturday last. O. Jones won the toss and of course decided to bat. It was a disastrous day for the locals, as they were all sent to the right about for 136 runs -a very miserable display. Healy and J. Horan were the only two to make a stand at all, scoring 48 andi 41 respectively. At the drawing of stumps South Melbourne had lost tbres wickets for 60 runs, Osborne^ capturing two wickets. ST. KI I DA V. F1TZIÍ0Y. Fitzroy won the toss in this match, which was played on ths Fitzroy ground, and kept possession of the wickets all the afternoon, ^coring 244 runs for the loss of four wickets. Eilis playing a grand innings for 83. Armstrong captured three wickets for 65 runs.

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Prahran A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

Prahran Ä.N.A. _. ..._ i The usual fortnightly meeting of the Prahran branch ot thc Australian Natives' Association was held last Wednesday evening at the Dispen sary Hall, l'rahran. The attendance was much above the ordinary, and [ lively interest was centred in the eveuing's proceedings. Five new members were elected, whilst thir teen nominations were received, A handsome hand-sewing machine, the gift of the Singer Co., was presented to Mr Austin Wainwright as a trophy, he being considered as the winner of the competition, " Most Useful Member." The second event in the Branch Championship was held, this being a rifle shooting com petition, which was won by Mr Kennedy. Five other piaces were placed on record, to decide for the highest aggregate of points, accord ing to rules, the names being in order, Messrs L. Staines, R. W. McDonnell, J. A. Boldeman, F. Lee, and S. H. Watson. The next event which is being looked forward to with keen interest is the fifty-yards' swim, to take plac...

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

TEK THOUS ANO FOUNDS FEB ANNUM H AV BE EARNED ai too great a sacrifice, if wc coin ont health and happiness dar ing its accumulation. Although money is s necessary article to possess in order to obtain the means of existence, it cannot purchase love, friendship, or immunity from tibs dangers and pangs oí disease. The- millionaire has often envied tiie toïliDg labourer bis hearty appetite awl* sturdy health, and would glMU> have sacrificed a large amount of rus wBahhmeyfehHngefcrthese blessings. Holloway's Pills, however, caa give l^& lo^^to'mest ^^lPB^a. . They are ?the ^tí^^^^^^á^m^e^^á^ the |l|-&*>ve^tíifi%^^n§^t|t the ^ ' * ^^^^

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Mother Goose. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

Mother Goose. This popular Pantomime continues to attract crowded audiences to Her Majesty's Theatre, and anyone who bas not seen it should not fajl to do so. The cast of characters includes some of the very front rank pantomime artists from the Mother Country, chief of them being Harry Phydora who impersonates *' Mother Goose," and keeps the audience in a simmer of laughter ali the evening. The mounting and scenic effects are truly remarkable, and far eclipse anything of the kind seen before ia this department, the " Swing Song " scene bsing really beautiful. The whole show reflects great credit on the management, and the wonderful success of the production has been thoroughly deserved.

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

VALUABLE DISCOVEBY FOB THE HAIK.-If your hair is turning grey or white, or falling off, use " The Mexican Hair Renewer," for it wülpotitively restore in every cane Grey or White hair to its original colour, without leaving the disagreeable smell of most " Restorers." It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting the growth of the bair on bald spots, where the glands are not decayed. Ask your Chem ißt for " THE MEXICAN H AIE BEKEWEB,'*' SÖH'T>/ Chemists and Perfumers everywhere Wholesale depot, 33, Farringdon roan. Len den, England. _ J HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. Good Spirits. Everyone- has frequBntly experienced sadden personal changes team gaiety to gloom. The wind and weather often times receive the blame when a&uttyr digestion is alone fhç-cause of the de pression. Holloway's Pills can be honestly teoôpôme&ded foe regnlating a disordered js^Hnaeh .saud improving digestion, l^héy^atíiély remove .tbe sense -of^^^^^i^^^^T^pnon otter ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^Ssjfij^ ^^...

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Pride of The Tarra Tent L.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

Pride of The Tarra Tent LOB. The fortnightly meeting of this tent was held on Tuesday evening. There was a good attendance of members, also a number of visitors, and a very interesting meeting was held. The secretary presented the quarterly and annual balance sheets, duly audited. These documents were coneidered very satisfactory by members. Notwithstanding that last year was the heaviest for sick pay ever experienced in the tent's history, the sick and funeral fund showed a substantial increase. The members roll also showed an increase of nineteen benefit members for the year. Two candidates were initiated and two brethren were received on clearance during the meeting, and i were welcomed by Bro. Seeley. A. special welcome -was tendered to the representatives of the Fortuna Tent,' a new branch just opened at Caulfield, and Bro. Milton Gray, CR., made a suitable reply on their behalf, in which it was stated that the tent intended opening a junior tent shortly, and a women's branch a...

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The Education of Australian Girls. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

The Education of Australian Girls. _-_ i Public-school life ia Australia-at any rate amongst girls' colleges seems to be under very healthy conditions, if we may judge from the handbook of the Methodist Ladies' College, Hawthorn, Victoria. The handbook is rich with photographs, and gives a fall account of tbe organisation of the college, its course of study, methods, fees ; its educational successes, the provisions it makes for special students ; its scholarships, its musio and art work, &c. The most interesting feature of the handbook, however, is the photo graphs of the girls themselves, at work and at play. Thc merry-faced maidens, on the new tennis court ; on the hockey ground ; at drill ; at work in the various classes ; the kindergarten children-a department in which, by the way, the college considere itself the most modern j school in Australia-and other really interesting scenes make the hand book worth sending for by those who j have girls to educate. The handbook i...

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Prahran's Annual Moonlight Charity Entertainment. TO BE HELD ON FEBRUARY 14 AND 21. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

Prahran'a Annual Moonlight : Charity Entertainment. TO BE HELD ON,FEBRUARY 14 AND 21. In response io a circular issued foy Ss Worship the,'Mayor gf prahran, Cr W. Èh'ntdft-, a large 'number of citizens attended a meetÎDg held in the council chamber on Friday evening, I Ith inst,, for the purpose of making preliminary arrangements in connection with the annual moonlight entertainment on beha'f of th: Prahran. South Yma and Toorak Ladies' Benevolent Society. Miyor Flimott occupied ihe chair. It was deeided t > hold two concerts in the Victoria Gardens, on tbe lines of the present municipal concerts, but with extra attractions included, the prices of admission to be 61 for adults and 3d for children. The dates decided on for the concerts were Thursdays, February 14 and 21, A step of importance was agreed to, viz., that the Town Clerk and other Town HaJjomcials should be relieved of all work of whatsoever kind in connection with the entertainments. j Hearty appreciation for their ser...

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PRAHRAN AND MALVERN. Amalgamation Proposal. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

PRAHRAN AND MALVERN, j _ ! Amalgamation Proposât At the meeting of the Prahran council on Monday evening last Cr Skinner moved That in the opinion of this connell it is advisable that the town of Malvern should be united with the city of Prahran, aud the following be the repre sentation, viz.-Town of Malvern, two wards, with three councillors for each ward ; city of Prahran, four-wards, with three councillors for each ward. Cr Skinner : Last year a confe rence was held between representa tives of Prahran and Malvern coun cils, when resolutions were passed to the effect that the two municipali ties should, become united, that there should be six wards, with three councillors for each ward, and that representation should be on the basis of valuation assessments. The valua tion assessments of Prahran were £410,480/ and those of Malvern' ¿153,099. Members of both councils would all retire in the August follow ing the inauguration of the amalga- j mation scheme. The interests of the High...

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M.U.I.O.O.F. LOYAL GOOD INTENT LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

M.Ü.I.O.O.F. -«.- . LOYAL GOOD INTENT LODGE. To meet the district officers. Prov. G,M. Bro. A. A Myers and his colleague Bro. F. Winslow, Prov. D.G.M , the above lodge invited a very large number of officers and members belonging to Sister Lodges, to the Dispensary Hall last Tuesday. A presentation of a handsomely framed past officer's certificate waa made by Bro. E. Stabb, P.P.G.M. to Bro. Geo. Tricker, who briefly thanked the officers for their very kind assistance during his term of office. He regarded it his duty to aspire to higher offices, and he intended to carry it into effect. fCbeeris.) Items were contributed by Bros. Evans. Jas. Jones, P.G., Herbert, Ljmberth, and Daly. In renlying to the toast of the District officers, Bro, Myers referred to the recent quinquennial valuation report of the Government Actuary, which demonstrated the Manchester | Unity in Victoria had made very great progress. The capital had increased ¿"60,000 during the last 5 years, and its assets were n...

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Prahran Public Library. ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

ANNUAL REPORT. At die Prahran council meeting: on Monday evening last Mr A. E. j McMicken, librarian, submitted the j following report in connection with' the Prahran Library for the year ended Dec 31st, 1906- '< ' Attendance-Inclusive of Sundays, the Library was open to the public on 354. days. The attendance totalled 134,431, compared with 132.526 for toe year 1905. or an; increase of 1935. Ia comparison wiih the figures of other libraries, inclusive of those recently issued by the Melbourne Public Library, the returns must be considérai highly satisfactory. Record monthly as follows January, 9300; February, 931c ; March, 11,144; April, 10,323 ; May, 12,334.' June- ï I.262; July, 11,353 ; August, 11,4.83; September, 10,144; October, 10,253 : November, 8961 ; December, 8220. Total attendance for the year (exclusive of Sundays), 124,088 as against 123,699 for previous year. Sunday opening-For the 51 days of 1906, 10,343 visitors havje attended, in contrast with 8827 for 1...

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

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

LIN-fED COMPOUND ?Si -ri U-iii- IV i,ir ,-jo ? i, aii.l L.4ds l 11 1 vI \ . 1 : ' [.: JV ci1 e::n.ley. JU NOTION TIMBER YARD, !S1 . KILDA , S;ppK- a I BUILDING | \\| ATRUIAL at Lowest Car;cnt Kates. i'romp: Delivery Love. Royle & Thrirgood. S I N G i N C. MISS .MERCY FLIXTON TS pr.-pati .1 ir> Visit cr Rec: ive Pupils iv r SiDgiu^; dud Vüicá Production. l/urihur 'ml ii in ni jn ckh r hy iiui r or pciíoiíül i') - " ASIIWKM.," J I'!, i 'ii* sirct.1. South Vat. a. MISS COULTHARD 1EACH3B OF DANCING Cuni innes her JUNIOR CLASSES in tlie Arcade II a LL Ckapel Street, Prahran, nu tilt- 1st Week in .Viiruh. 1 'JOT. . . 1\ n-is in (ip; Leal:-.ii . I'IÍMOL _'.;t-u Lv K!:.u:p ¡"rivate X'liJr.si, '-. ISM con, ni \ i ; i. 1J K .-ai.B.«d. Mu IN KI A itn I.««.* to Animal Mle. setts-* Ficus »I tri lu KILLS Tue "'<? i.ii? -.L- I1..wirr \» ¡us (lie autograph of T"'1I.\S KfATTNÜ ; Sold in tins only. Headns-'t Worra Tablet«. I*, «-me s ri¡; '» W orm Xafpit-tK. *¿«*I»ÍIII¡Í'* **«rr...

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ST. KILDA TRADES CLUB. Annual Mariae Excursion. A PLLASANT DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

ST. KILDA TRADES CLUB. Annual Maríie Excursion. A I 'i J .AS VN L' DAV. TIM aiini ; mini* evoirsiori o' th St. kildi Trades Club «w he'd on Wedn.-diy I asi, th'1 wath>-r condition; II.-'IL; >-\'rcnr.iy f.u'.orio'e for a-i i u.inj o'' n . h ir. A, w th iii revilt tn. t i' e es. ur Munis. >, who n-.imberci c-.-e u;'i;n :o, s "j nt a very pleasant time, li »'.is on N.; ; a-.J la.'1'.i. Sor.'i-nu wis thc fpo; vi-i '.t.'. and iii' e; -J . 1 -hip 0,.:n ur,; t'te s'.-a TJLT chartere) ¡or ti; : c. :ju,i or\ I '['I:..- -jtherin^ vv.-is iairiy rene- J sci «!IV!" '.)" Ci: .Lim >:it.-i.r v. ;,ri.;.-s- 1 MO i ai .uni i cniititrcial interests. I Ain.ni^.t th<* picn Yk-ers was th;: j lion Tlic-. ! .u\ton, "» .1. C . »od hjtj app' .ired :>> ¡TI .V thc outing; imuii iiseiv, ? How d'v-i Jo, old j bnv ' wi- .-omi- ui'ly l.t.ir i ?? n lani ! and ;ca. which wis p:«_<>f that Cr J -A a s .j-!*ct:;ic nr mercus ' fi iv nd.« an.l .iC.|.i3mtunce», »nd j ntiki! &a...

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Prahran Corporation Employes. ENTERTAINED BY MAYOR FLINTOFT. TEA AND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

Prahran Corporation Employes LNTLRT.UNED BY MAVÜK FLIN TOFT. I'LA AND C'JNCLRT. On Tues: ay evening last the Mayor uf Prahran, Cr W Fiintoi:, en;ertained tli3 local o>pjraiio:i and thrir families at tea, when about z~i weic prei-eti!. The repast was ^tta'-iy appreciated by young an J old. Suh-eci-ietitly the tablas were renutve !. and a concert was held, which .¡I-0 proved of a very enttr t.i.iiiig and attractive character. The wilgie of the evening's proceed ing-, were of a very happy and hom :ly nature, thc children e*p.ci.il'y lu* i ti ¡5 keenly delighted at the p. od things that had been provi.led lor them Thc music1.! airaogetucn's were in the cap.iblc Imids ot Mr C. (i. McIntosh. Comic vocalism _ WAS provide! l y Mr Will Sandue and Mr Syd. Stewart. Mt Bert. Bailey pave .1 voca: selection, whilst Mr A. li. McMieken also favored with a vocal item. Mister A. Young sang a popular selecvion,«md the pleasing voice oi Master Harvey was also greatly appreciated by the company. Miss...

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South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association, NOTES. Dowsing, of South Yarra Baptists,dis posed of four of the Prahran Indepen dents by brilliant catching. Three catches were taken by him ia the slips, and one in the lon s field. E. Prentice, the South Yarra Baptist Blow leg-break bowler, took 5 wickets for 8 against Prahran Independents. Fer guson, of the same club, took 5 wickets for 17. Seven of the fourteen matches played in the South Suburban Churches' Asso ciation were on Saturday won by an innings. S. Eaton, the South Yarra Church of Christ brilliant all-round mau, contri buted a well-made 76 against South Yarra Baptist 2nds. With the aid of Saturday's wind good bowling averages were plentiful. Among the best in the South Suburban Churches are:-J. Addison 8 for 47 and Geo. Lewis 6 for 69 (St- George's) ; Et. Hold ing-(Armadale Wesleys) 6 for 15 ; Dean (St. Matthew's) 4 for 6 ; B. Henderson 7 for 39 and T. H. Beath 6 for 13 (Mal vern Pres.) ; E. Dyer (St. Kilda Metho dist) ll ...

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

A TWO-THIRDS MAJORJTY Is generally considered a ' pretty fair thing as majorities go, and this expresses the average patron age that Ls accorded to Havelock Tobacco by pipe smokers throughout thc States of the Cottt ' monwealth. This triumph is ciisîîy understood by Havelock Smokers--they want nothing better. PLU CIS and TINS. - AROMATIC and DARK, CAUTION. - Smokers, viln'ii Wining 11 AV I ,L< H.'K Cut. Toku.<n, should set; that they procuro the genuine art ich- in vi aled l'< 7.. ;uid tuz. tins. | A.-k fm- W.WKI.ot'K SAi'l.TV .M .VIVI I i-X J-liiht-r- f>>r home or town use they .ne tar sii|K'i-i.H- to aiivtliiii;4 else on tho market. Special Sale. Rosmarium Hair Tonic. VAHtMAiiiiim contain?, in the first place, all tlie properties XiOSin3iriUIIi (Jf th,, olil.fashioned but well-tried and well-j proved plant Rosemary : «econdly, those elements which form a food foi» the HaiPi combined with substances which excite the scalp to Healthy activity, ...

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

G PLEASANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN iNeaxly u|'|i isitetlie Arcade) It.-ps io draw attention to a few of his Special ! Heme lies, which can I« confidently recommended, having ir.oved t licmselves to bc hiirtiiy i llicacious ic i lie vari .ns ailments mentioned. CORK BANE Red). I'-.r removui; líavd ur S>.; (' cns. li... w 1; c-t ilihsli-.: 1 i..L|.&r-iii«n leos been iinpi.)Vi ' fy th.: :.dit.:i.'i! of :>n tugrciii.-iii wlu-li a.-isia uiil-Tialty lil te lucius (be . disiMUiKut usiia'ly occasioned by tu.ct o .r.i c:.»r«-«. PEICS ls per Bottle i DYSPEPSICÜRE. j A i . m p> .un i .!" [;is:¡i.r .i .in.I :' |isin. uiii: l.iwt >'? iiunia'ils and ( l.a\aí i ves for Induction. r.iUotH. l.:v,:r and Si 1:11»;.. I'^nvlniii.. Giddiness, Nek Headache, Kitti uk'ueo. I lea. ti ,1: n, ai.i :nl disorder.- :.r'niü; f ro:ii leran .rcuieut of tiie^di^-cslivo o' e&'i-. 1 hi- ¡ii.'j.ar^' ;.,n ha* h eu ?.??veil w.;h aim ist unladim: success in ea^es of | Pv4j>..p.,...

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The Staudard SATURDAY JANUARY 26TH 1907 [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 26 January 1907

The Staudard SATURDAY, .) ANl'AUY 2'JTII, I'JUT. HELD 0\ER.-Our cricket ton tributor, '? Longfields," arlicl.' on St. Matthew's cricket club is held over till next issue. A letter signed " K," regarding thc stoppage of the sale cf non-intoxicating drinks on Sundays, is also held over. Adjutant ana Mrs G ddlinch, who hsve been in charge ut' the Prahran corps of the Salvation Army for the past two years and two months,have received word from Headquarters that they have been appointed to the Army's Uroken Hill Division. The Adjutant and his wife will therefore hold their farewell Sunday services in the Victoria street barracks, Prahran, to-morrow, their final meet ing in Prahran being on Tuesday next. During the time Adjutant and Mrs Goldfinch have been in Prahran they have zealously and successfully carried out their work in an unassum ing manner, which has gained for them many friends, by whom they will be greatly missed. It is hoped thai at some future date the Adjutant and Mrs Gold...

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