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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 February 1907

HOLLOWAYS PILLS. Good Spir its. Everyone has frequently ex perienced sudden personal changes from gaiety to gloom. The wind and wea ther oftentimes receive the blame when a faulty digestion is alone the canse of the depression. Holloway's Pills can be honestly recommended for regulating a disorded stomach and improving digestion- They entirely remove the sense of fulness and oppression siter eating. They clear the furred tongue, and act as a wholesome stimulant to the liver, and a gentle aperient to the bowels. They healthfully, rouse both body and mind. Holloway's Pills axe the best antidotes for want of appetite, nausea, flatulency, heartburn, langour, depression, and that apathy so charac teristic of chronic derangement of the digestion. coltí^M^HSMo^lfe? to Astute* Bronchitis.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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St. Kilda Valuation Assessments. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 February 1907

St. Kilda Valuation Assess ments. At the meeting of the St. Kilda council on Tuesday evening last, Mr H. M. Knox, valuer, reported that a Court for hearing appeals against valuations for the year 1906-7 was held at the Court House, St. Kilda, on Friday, January 18th. There were no cases listed for hearing, but the confirmation of the Court was obtained for reductions or alterations by consent in 26 cases, making a total reduction in rates of £22 18s. The following are the valuation assessments for the year 1906-7, with the amounts of increases as compared with the previous year Increase North ward ¿64,873 ... ¿"1286 South-ward £71,957 ... ¿1664 West ward ¿73,130 ... ¿"2920 Total valuations, less reductions, £209,960; at rate of 2/- in the £ £20,996.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 February 1907

All Sporting Requisites AND Cricket Materials. J. K. SMITH, The Sports Emporium, 1S6 Elizabeth Stmet ñMELBOURJm ; 1 Catalogue of Sporting Bequia: tts free any address. r- . .

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Mr Geo. Fairbairn, M.H.R., Entertains his Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 February 1907

Hr Geo. Fairbairn, M.H.R., Entertains hie Committee. In the Prahran City Hall or Friday evening, Mr Geo. Fatrba irn the successful candidate in thc recent contest for the Fawknei electorate of the Federal Parliament entertained his election committee, All parts of the electorate were represented, there being an atten dance of about 500. A short and appropriate toast list was gone through. The toast ol The Federal and State Parliaments was proposed by Mr W. Godley, and responded to by Mr W fi Irvine, M.H.K., Mr Luxton, M.L.C., Mr M'Cutcheon.M.L.A., and Dr Arthur, M.L.A., a visitor from New South Wales. Cr. Nicolson proposed the health of Mr Fairbairn, which was drunk with enthusiasm, and in responding Mr Fairbairn thanked his committee for the good work it had done on bis behalf, and said that he honestly intended to carry out all his election pledges. Mr. Irvine, in concluding a speech that was listened to with marked attention, said he would appeal to them, interested as they all w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 February 1907

A. time tried hair, t'praj^- is Rosmarium, one that we are^g'advto recommend tb anyone wno needs a ^lengthening and restorative ; bair ïowcj See page a.--(Advt.) Í

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Benefit Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 February 1907

Benefit Concert. A benefit concert was heid in the Alfred Hall on Monday, January ;Sth, in aid of Mr Percy Stewart, who was suffering from consumption, and who wearesrrry to 6tate did net live to reap the benefit ci the concert, as-he passed away on Sundav after a very short and severe illness. The con cert proved a great vjecess, and much credit i> due to Mr R W. Oysten, musical director, Mr Fred Hooper, hon tress and" Mr Ii. C. Oysten, hon chairmau. Mr R. Grandersoa was again to the fore in selling the greatest number qjE tickets, in which he was =b'y assisted hy Mr Farrell. The above gentlemen all worked very hard to make thc concert a suco.ss. A number of leading artis.s kindly tendered their services, which were highly appreciated, and after expenses are paid a substantial sum will be handed to Mr Stewart's relations. Mr Howard Bradshaw, wno was specially asked to tender the grate ful thanks of M¡r> and Mrs Stewart for the very great kindness that h*d been extended to the...

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CRICKET. South Suburhan Churches' Cricket Association. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 February 1907

., i} NOTES. 1 Owing to tue Committee being (mable to secare a suitable and enclosed ground, the proposed match v. Presbyterian As sociation for Ajffô* Efey jvas jjaneellejj. The8tb ronfed of| matdhtó. WSl «op; elude this afternoon. 8o^a^ti>a-ffie)fe$inj is progressing very favorably, good feet ing continues to exist among the 28 campeting toamn. Dara Beath (35) batted well for Mal vern Pres, until Bradbury (Prahran In dependent) brilliantly caught him off hun wu bowling. A. fi. Ferguson, the winner of last year'e bowiing.tropby, is again striking form. He disposed of eight of the Prahran Pres. foe ^oiae rans. He ts a good Jeft-band medium-pace bowler. Rev. Wade {"it. Matthew'«) follows np his consistency by taking 5 for 34 againsti^outh Yarra "Pres. - ? W. Atkinson r (Armadale Wjesleva) brought off a(«^dJdof b|e"perfornwnce 43, and 5 for UM >/ ,! -, H j Clarke 40 and W. Furneaux'39 (Mt. Erica VVesteysV, played vigorops cricket against East St^ S^da (Songs! '.. j ! A: Mcinnes ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 February 1907

A TWO-THIRDS MAJORITY I " ^ ls generally considered a * pretty £air thing as majorities go, and this expresses thc average patron age that is accorded to Havelock Tobáceo by pipe smokers throughout the States .of .the Com- 1 mon weal th. This triumph is casi! y understood "by Havelock Smokers-they want nothing better. PLUGS and TINS. - AROMATIC and DARK. CAUTION. - Smoko rs, wlicu buying IIAVKLoCK Cut Toliaoen, sliuiilil see tliat they procuré tbe genuine artii-lc in si'iiktl "Jnz. and 4or~ tins. ) " Ask for HAVKÍ.OCK S A FI IT Y .WATCHES. Eitlior for home or town use they. ¡uv far Mii«'ricir tn anything oise on the market. Special Sale. "lil I Rosmarium - Hair Tonic. fetiamaiiinm omiaius, in the first place, all the properties AvSIIlSbrIllili 0f the old fashioned but well-tried and well proved plant Rosemary ; secondly, those elements which form a food Tor the Hair, combined with substances which excite the scalp to healthy activity, and dissolve dandruff. In addition to these virt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 February 1907

G. PLEASANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL. STREET, PRAHRAN (Nearly opposite [the Arcade) Begs to draw attention to a few of bis Special Kemedies, which cao be confident!jr recommended, having proved themselves to be' ttifrbiy «fficacioai hi. the varioas ailments mentioned. i .' COKS BANE Red). for removing Hard or Ko.t Corns. This well-established préparai ion has been improved by the addition of au ingredient which assists materially in reducing the discomfort usflally occasioned by most oro curtí». PRIDE ls- per Bottlo. A compound of Kisntuth and IV psi nc with Livjr Stimulants and (Laxatives for indigestion, Bilious, Liver and Stomach Complaint«, Giddiness, Sick. Headache. Flatulence, Heartburn, and all disorders arising from derangement of tae'digestive organs. t This preparation has been '¿¡ven with almost unfailing saccess in cases of Dyspepsia, Chronic Gastric Catarrh, Gastric Irritation with sickness, and in those troublesome and difficult ca«s arcing from sedentary habits, or from ...

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South Yarra Trades Club. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 February 1907

Spath Tarra Trades Glob, j -:-*- Í ' A meeting of tbs South Yarra Trades Club vas held OB Wednesday ¡evening, 33rd.ult, at their rooms, Toorak road, for the purpose pi 'appointing members of committees in connection with the forthcoming combined Prahran and South Yarra Tradesmen's Club's annual marine excursion to Sorrento, which is to take place on Wednesday, March 6th. The President (Mr W. Hardman) presided, and amongst those present at the meeting were His Worship the Mayor (Cr W. Flintoft) and Cr Dobson. The following officials for thc picnic were appointed : Judges-Crs Dobson and Nicolson and Mr W. J. Conquest. Referee-The Mayor, Or Flintoft. Ticket Committee- Messrs E. Turnbull and Hunter. Handicapper-Mr Tobin. Sports Gommtttee - Messrs Coulton, F. Turnbull, Bazeley, Morris and Bartlett. Refreshment Committee-Messrs Moore, Roach, Fletcher, and Bennett, The appointment of members of the Band Committee was left in the hands of the secretary to arrange, together with another memb...

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Sunday Trading in "Soft" Drinks. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 February 1907

Sunday Trading in " Soil " Drinks. TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-I see from a published report of the proceedings of the Prahran Council that a letter was read from a person who was fined for selling soda water on Sunday. It seems inconceivable that this should be considered an offence. In St. Kilda numbers of places are open for people to get cool drinks, ice creams, &c, and why should an unfortunate Prahranite be prevented from getting such refreshment ? Is he supposed not to be thirsty on a hot night ? It is intolerable bigotry to prevent him, and I trust the Prahran coun cillors, many of whom I know and respect, will realise that permission to vend such refreshments is a public convenience- Mr Judkins himself would be puzzled to find a righteous reason why people should not have a cool non-intoxicatinff drink on a hot Sunday as on any other day. -Yours I ir I &c. Iv.

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With the Juniors. BY LONGFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 February 1907

With the;Juniow, BY * tk)K&Ùû^^' Î^^^^S I". This well -known and popular local i club, which is one of fha hardest te beal - -j^ i in the -Sou^h. Suburban Churches' AB- - r ' ' sociation. came into existence about the year 1885 Mr William Davies waa the ,Z first president, a position which has. ~'\ been held by the same eectleman ever ~ *ï aînée. ? In 1887 the St. Matthew« competed "~ for Cr ti. W. Taylor's trophy and came i through the seasou champious. gaining - the tiophy without saStriuu defeat. Elated by this success, the club entered for the Sports Depot Trophy for two or three seasons, and although not so suc cessful their performances were highly creditable. leaving competitions for several seasons, the club played for some time "off watches," never, however, letting the interest in the " King of Sports " lag io tbe least. Many of oar readers no doubt will remember some of the old "St. Mat's" players, many o£ whom have made a mark iu the Church world. The Revs. tí. H...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 February 1907

JUNCTION TIMBER YARD, ST. KILDA, Sapplv a1! BUILDING 'MATERIAL at Lowest Cuncnt Rates. Piompt Delivery Love, Royle & Thurgood. Si INS G I NC MISS MERCY FLIXTON IS prepsr^d to Visit cr Receive Pupils fi r Singing dud Voies Production Purtli'-r inf lunation cith.r by klier or p'jisonai to - " ASHWELL," ii Pi;n 'lix stret-t, South Varia. MISS COULTHARD 1BA0HEE OF DANCING. Continues her JUNIOR CLASSES ia the A reade Hall. Cko.pel Street, Prahran, On the 1st Week iu i'.arch, l'.»07. . . Terms on application . . I'maie lu>a<'Q¿j '_ri".ea l>y arnin^'i IIJI-II! . Private AiiJrv- - Nil-iS COt'LlHAUl. 12 Kvantale K.iad. Malvern. is l!AttnLË<!< to Animal Life. ««sr» deus M on «i II (coes KILLS sss .TJosquiiof a The genuine Powder bears the autograph of THOMAS KEATING ; Sold in tin? only. Keati IIK'Í Worm Tablet*. Ke»tlns:'K W «i J-nt Tablet*. IKí'rttltii;'"» WcsriH I ;i(>l<>(*. A niKKLV VKOKTABLE t>Vv~l£KTMKA 1, íii.-:;¡sli:njf...

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Druids—Melbourne v Ballarat [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 February 1907

Druids-Melbourne v Ballarat The 17th annual cricket match between learns representing Bal larat and Metropolitan Druids took place on the market reserve, Wil liamstown, on A.N.A. Day, Ballarat team-Brown (captain), Johnson, McIntosh, Briddle, Colley, üohen, Paisley, Christholm.Whykes, Stokes and Gale. Metropolitan team-Taylorfcapt), Anderson, JoneS.Srnith, W.Williams, Peter Williams, Williamson, Nes bitt, and Whelan. Ballarat, 59. Gale 12, Brown M Intosh 5, Johnson 5 .Metropolitan, 13g. Peter Wil liams 27 (retired) Smith 14. (relited), Jenes 11 (;etircd), Rundle 24, An derson 7. Won by Metropolitan by 60 runs. 1 Loyal Canteibiiry A v N rtli P<trk.-This mat.li was n ;nded un the ground ol the U ttr at K< stndon- North Park 75 and 41 - 124. Loyal Canterbury ^6 and 4 fur 31) -125. Liebsrt 1 and Ii. Lennie ai and it, Niclio.ls 1- n JC out. Barrenger io for 1:, Peebles b for 40. Ban enger 3 for 45. Ingram i for io. Won by Loyal Canter bury by 6 wickets. Loyal Canter...

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A.N.A. Prahran. 50 YDS, SWIM WON BY MR J BOLDEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 February 1907

A.N.A. Prahran. SO, VDS.- SWIM WON BV MR J. . liOLDEMAN. Last Monday, A.N.A. holiday, at 9.30 a.m., about 50 members put in an appearance at Hegarty's Baths, either to watch or take part in the all important event. The heavy sea somewhat scared-the " only medium" swimmers, but Shout 15 faced the ordeal in real earnest. The race was j won by Mr J. Boldeman, Mr W. Ince being a close second. Next ' Wednesday the branch will hold a ' competition in recitations and singing. Members, friends, and the public are cordially invited to attend at the Dispensary Hall. _ f The transcontinental cyclist, Francis Birtles, who is undertaking a pretty stiff proposition in attempt- ing to cycle at this time of the year across Australia from West to East, via Laverton and Alice Springs, got through to the goldfields at Coolgardie, he having covered the 370 miles from Perth in easy stages. After spelling a week with friends at Laverton, Birtles left on the most dangerous section of his ride, across the ...

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Theatre Party. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 February 1907

Theatre Party. A commiitee, organised by thc Minerva and Good Intent Cricket J Clubs, bas arranged to hold a theatre , patty on Monday, lSih inst., to wit . ness " A Squatter's Daughter." , Tickets, 1/6, early door. ( I _ I

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M U I O O F Cricket Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 February 1907

MT/ I O O F Cricket Competition. Loyal Toorak (Malvern) v. Rose j of Brunswick. - This match was j opened last Saturday at Brunswick ( Tho Rose made 110 runs. W. Garm £ ston 30, Geo. Sterne 26, W. Pockett t was in great form, taking 5 wickets c for 30. E Middleton 2 for 14, S. t Smith 1 for 9, Geo. Hatherall 1 for I 15. Toorak have lost 1 for 19. Smith j made 13, which included two magni ficent drives that carried the ball clean out of the ground. , Good Intent (Prahran) v. Minerva < (South Melbourne)-Played at Albert ¡ Park. Good Intent, 153. G. Mains ¡ 60, J. Jones 50, and A. French 10. ! With a full measure of luck, any thing is possible in cricket, and , although Minerva has lost no wickets | for 5, their draught of luck may | measure more than Good Intent's. <

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South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 February 1907

(taita Saiafaui atareaos' Oiicket Association. NOTKS. E. De tiruchy (St. Kilda Coogs.) gave a flue exhibition of batting against Mt. Erica Wesleye, in compiling 103. includ tbirteen fonrers and a fiver. This is the first century ever made by a member of this club.. F. Hunnan (South Yarra Baptist 2nds) made 50 not out and took 7 for 35 against Armadale Pres. Ó Martin (the St.- Matthew's wicket keeper) batted well for 51. Davey and M'Gorlich, of the same club, also batted nicely. Kerr (Prahran Pres.) ia one of his ,. oJuVs hcBt performers. His 68 on Satur - day was an attractive and correct innings. Movrijpn (the St. John's bowler) to * ¡daté; hasjtakeñ 75 wickets for an average of 8 76 rims per wicket. Malvern:Pr*e., St, John's and South ' Yarra Baptists aro still leading in this Association's first grade, aud t5t. Mat , thew's in the second grade. . ; Ff NS ^RESULT OF §Tg ROUND, j 'u-4-ii . ..REST GRADB. j y s ftjajtclies. wpn byífirst named club.' i_ :*^$mb*MA 147 and 93, v. AU Sai...

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CRICKET. Southern District Cricket Association COLLEGE LAWN W OAKLEIGH. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 February 1907

it Thís^matchí was played' on i|be¿í Oakleigh gt^md; Md. resulted in a win for the GliHoge £awn by 34.9*B&' J on the firajä|^j^ist aftff^c-ihpst ; the match ^^-eonegé Itjäwn? and 183; Oakleigh 48«nd 16for47 The visitors made.afir batter stand in thei^secaniiönings hy.inôre thin doubling the score .¿of their pre\ibas inning«, whUe;.t|»¿ home learn jjwerje well oiLrhe way to t epping their first innings scîre. For the winning team the players who made b;st use of the willoi* were : W. Pitts 47, J. A. ßjldenuan HI, W. Mitchell 36, G Stevens 33, Oakes 21, T. Paroissien i6, "W. Gemmsll 14, and ~H. Paroissien 17. In the bowling, Pitts stands but prominently with the following average : 84 balls, 7 maidens, 25 runs, 12 wickets, average 2 08. :rÁt one stage of th s game be had' *iV 'wickets for 11 runs. T. Paroissien 3 for 36, and C. Stevens 1 for^St - The« bowling for thé L home ' team'jsfas ¿lone by F Bindley, who bowled well ; 223 balls, 12 wickets I for 97 runs ; F. Lurkins r fo...

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Prahran Council's Annual Charitable Vote. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 February 1907

Prahran Council's Annual Charitable Vote, The Prahran Council, at its meet ing on Monday evening last, allo cated a sum of £360 as its charitable vote for the year iqo6 -1007. Councillor Upton moved th it the amount set down for the Alfred Hospital, £6D, be increased to £75. Councillor Densham seconded ihe motion. Councillor Chambers said he would like to see the Alfred Hospital receive ¿"loo, but he did not see where the money was to coate from. Councillor Skinner said the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals was deserving of a dona tion of ¿"5 The proposal to increase the do nation to the Alfred Hospital was lost by five., votes to six. The Prahran Ladies' Benevolent Society received ¿"roo.

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