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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 10 November 1906

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Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Assault-at-Arms. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 10 November 1906

Afisanlt-at-Arms. ... «- - The Nos 2 and 5 Batteries Field Ârtiliéry held an assault-at-aims at the Orderly rooms, Chapel street, Windsor, on Monday, 29th ult., when lhere was a good attendance. Amongst «hose present w£re the Mayor of Sc. Kilda ("Cr Harry B.. Gibbs), and the followine officers :- j Lieut. Col. Ballenger, V.D. ; Lieut. Col. Clark, V.D., D.S.O. ; Lieut. Col. j Johnston : Capt. and Adjutant Kirby. D.S.O ; Capt. Mailer, Capt. Campbell, Capt. Cohen, and Lieut. Madden. The clubs gave a very interesting and instructive exhibition, including lance drill, sword drill, bayonet v. bayonet, single sticks, boxing, club swinging, parallel bars,horizontal bar, and pyramids. There was also a box ing mêlée, which caused a great deal of amusement. With gloves blackened it waa not long before the combatants were as black as midnight. During the evening, Sergt. Kenna gave a recitation, and Barn. Slattery and Mr J. Callan favored with vocal selections. The proceedings were brought to a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 10 November 1906

LINSEED COMPOUND "»> . Stockport Remedy* for coughs and cold« Of 40 ye»rs*,prov^PiefiBcacy. ? VALUABLE DISCOVEBV FOB THE HAIII.-If your hair is turning .grey'or white, or'falling' off, ase " The Mexican Hair Renewer," for it will positively restore ia every cate Grey or White hair to its original colour, without 'ewing the disagreeable smell of* jmost " Bestorers." It makes the hair ohannmgly beantifal. as well as promoting* the growth, of the hair on bald spots, witera the' gîandr are not decayed. Ask your Chemist for' "THE MEXICAS«-Aia^fearrwBtt^''^ci(R*^ Chemists and. .PÄfupi^cs ievjg&j¡hkt& 'Wholesale depot, S3^arringdon rpaipiJifi don, England. ... * . * í< \f *¿ " lIHSCCOCOHMiajl.'' »¿ *o year« proven efficacy, for cough*'', oolda, aSUta*, and bronchitis. &e. '? ,* ;" -rv i" ADVICE TO Morn E%S ? J -Are^ fjjihv -broken in your reat by a sick child âmug with the pain of catting teeth t Qi at once -jója chemist and git a>1>"JWc Wt ; Urs...

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South Yarra Rifle Club. "SCOTT" TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 10 November 1906

Sooth Yarra fiifle Club. _-_. , J "SCOTT" Tl\QÉHV.-i\;* ] Mr W. H. Scott, an honorary member, has kindly donated a gold medal io the club for the purpose of encouraging fuithtr rifle practice ajnongst the members, and bas fixed the following conditions for a com petitions : - io shots to be fired at all distances, viz.-soo, 300,400, 500, 600, 700, Soo, goo, and 1000 yards. All shots to count, no sigh te rs allowed. Handi caps to be arranged by club. Mr J. L. Moorhead and Captain W. Stockdale have very kindly offered to provide 2nd and 3rd trophies respectively. In this con nection also the club have decided to present a gold medal to the member making the best aggregate score from the shoulder Two shoots, each covering two distances, have during the last fort night been advanced, taking in the ranges 400 and 500 yards, and 6oo and 700 yards Mr J. L. Moorbek! ' has so far a leg in " for both events. The leading men are : Best handicap scores for " Scott " medal J. C. Moorhead ... 172...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 10 November 1906

CTiui'ni AK; LI ii«, wi. HOUÍUNKSÍ. All nuftenng iron) irn:.Li:n3 of the tnroit and hoarseuess wi li bu »f;reî*bly surprised at the almost inmediate ra'jef afi rdei by the DSÍ of "Browns bronchial 1'roches." These f&mous " lozenges' are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country. r'eop> irsublerl with a .? backing cou^b," a "slight r?U," <,r bronchial affections, cannot tr/ them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progresa, result in serious Kulmonarj and Asthmatic ttftections. >'ee that the signature of John I. Brown <fc Son is on every wrapper - Prep ire 1 by .John I U own £ *on. Hoston, (J.!*.*. European depot. 33, Fariingdon road, Lon don. üngJand. LINUM CATHARTICUM PIUS '' Mountain Flax. Agreeably Aperient. Worthy of trial. CHRIST CHURCH SCHOOL, SOUTH YARRA Principal ; Rev. CANON Tl/CKtK. The U5ual sulfas of Primary and Secondary Educa'ion, including Frtnch, Litin and Miihematics by competent ttachers. Special attention to...

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Foundation of First Principles. To THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 10 November 1906

Foundation oí First Principles. To THE EDITOR. Sir,-Will you kindly bring the fo lowing idea, before your readers : - Be it enatted 1. Any person having any oause of action or question of importance in volved ts regards any other person or nutter may proceed as herein pro vided by interviewing some member of the Judicial Committee, who shall take particulars of his case and for ward a letter to the party or parties concerned, notifying concisely thc nature < f the claim. 2. If such party elects to have the matter adjudicated upon, under these provisions, hs shall interview fOitie other member, who shall take p^i inmais ot his case. 3. The two members sha 1 tber meet and appoint a third rn; mber, and the three shall the 1 proceed t< hear, consider, and decide the matter and for that purpose shall have powe» to summon witnesses, cause interro gatories to be exhibited, and dis covery and inspection cf property ti be made. 4. The decision of the Judie ia Committee ...

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South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association. THIRD ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 10 November 1906

South Suburban Chnrchos' Çjicfcot Association. THIUD ROUND. Saturday was a miserable day for cri eke:, the game having to be played under coid and showery conditions. Boivlers complain at not being able io hold the ball, while batsmen neeled all their energy to force the eather along the heavy turf. The Malvern Pres., however, did not let the wet interfere with their consistent high scoring. It was not until they totalled 252 that their op ponents, St. Matthew's, were given a spell of the leather hunting. The innings was characterised by one of the finest individual exhibitions oí batting seen in an Association match, the special feature being the brilliant display by Dave Beath ; going in at 2 wickets for 28, he stayed at the crease till the end of. innings, when. St. Ma thew's veteran skipper, W. Di vies, tried his luck with the ball, and had th-j li3nor of bringing a mag nifies it innings to a» close. Beath was c3Ui^hi on' the boundàry alter bilang 2l, l.ojr^, his free and stylis...

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CRICKET. Southern District Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 10 November 1906

Second Bound. ... : HÉBB i First day's play.: '. - , -ifSg i ISoUege Lawn y. Sherwood Gol legians.-This match is beingplayed . ' «ci on the ground of the lawn in Albert r. ~S¿ ^ark, close to the boat sheds (St. -J Kilda end.) ^ The home team batted first and " compiled 79, E. Snell a8, N. Rice io ; "* beiog the best batsmen. The visito» ¿ 'have lost two wickets for 36, R. i {Lewis 9,_P. Barnes 14 notout,ajad G. 5 ; Griffen G not out. Jibe bowling of the ** Woori " was done by Griffen 4 i for 12, 5*. Dyer 5 for 31. andT. Atchi ! son i for 13, while for the Lawn, Snell has secured his two wickets for 12. This match' was abandoned at ? 40 owing to the inclement state of lbs weather. Commercial1 Road Methodists v. Fortrose.-This match i > being played on the ground of the Methodists in Fawkner Park. The Fortrose batted first, and in quick time lost 7 wickets for 36 runs-; but }. James and V. Gadd came to the rescue, and 63 runs were added to the score be fore the partnership was sepa...

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M U. I. O. O. F. Cricket Competition [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 10 November 1906

KU.I.0.0.?. dicket Competition ! Good Intert v. Rose of Brt;n >wick. -Won by Good Intent on the first innings. The scores on the previous days were-Good Intent, i z \ ; and Rose, none for 2S. Last Saturday the latter made things very lively i for 60 when Jones came tc the rescue.taking 6 for 46,and the innings closed for 91. J. Morphetts fielding was again highly creditable, taking' one catch lying down, while Captain, French behind the stumps was in gréai form. Scores-Good latent 121 and i for 43 (J. Mains io and Briltrnghatrrgruotoir ) Brunswick y (Wren 29, Stean 19, A. Garmston 22) ; G. Mains ?% for S, Jones 6 for 46 and Hugo 1 for 15. Tborak'y¿_JÎtnerva.-But for the heavy rainâtoorak would have ac complished another of their coup-de grace last Saturday ; and Minerva are to bd'^C'dngfatulated - for losing only by 6 rafts on, the., first^innings. Both learns^ riowever, showed con siderable imMosenierit^ on the pre vious day's ^pláy. acores-Minerva ¿'i and 5 for 84 ; Spinks 11 a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 10 November 1906

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 10 November 1906

G. PLEASANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN (St arly opposite thc Anude) Uigs to draw attention to a few of his SpeeL-il HemeJies. which caa be confidently rccntnaiciidcd, havinc proved themselves u be highly t flicacious in the various ailment* uieu doned. Bett). Kar removing HAT! or Si.t Coras. This well-established preparation luis been improved by thc addition of an ingredient which assists materially in rel «cmg thc discomfort usually occasioned by most cjrn cures. PRICE lr per Bottle K compound of Bismuth and I'cpsine with Liver Stimulants and (laxatives for Indigestion. Bilious, Liver and Stomach Complaints, Giddiness, tick Headache, Flatulence, Hea.-tburn, and all disorders arising from derangement of the^digestive organs. This preparation has lunn ¿iven with almost unfailing success in cases of Pyspepsia, Cn ru nie tlastne Catarrh. Gastric Irritation with sickness, and in those tioul>ltsome and dilti ;ult case? arcing from sedentary habits, or from excesses of any ...

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CR THOS. SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 10 November 1906

CE THOS. SMITH. j Cr Smith, the Labor candidate, and his supporters ere leaving no stone upturnedv-to ensure an organ isation «'the Uabor vote. Cr Smith has addressed several open-air meet ings in various pms of the *elect rj-e. - ' ;:? » . ?; ?. "

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Picturesque Tasmania. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 10 November 1906

, ._.-í-.;.L::^= Picturesque TaamÄntär^ | ? Jr-i' i\ «je . -.i », S The Tasmanian Government, desirous n>f,í ady^tíeh^^sY advantages, i^Wnr^ces^Sc,', ^adopted a very up-to-date method in the shape of sending a representative tp .the. mainland ?o give illustrated léctureá; about the Garden Island.-' This Wiolrß' was entrusted to the secretary of the Tasmanian Tourist Association, iilr Arnold Wertheimer, who completed his tour through Victoria and Saut&i Australia by speaking in the Malvern Town Hall on "Wednesday evening, last. The'Maybr of Malvern (Cr W. H. EdgaTr> JdCi-C.)-heing desiroas that the residents of Malvern should , have an opportunity of'heariág.)ábout4 the Island S:ate of tbe Cornmon- j wealth, arranged, for invitations toïbe J: issued, and fors-Mr Wert berm et* Ito Í deliver ttíe lectu8e,bn theTdáte meâ j tioned above The attend mee was fair, comprising many of the leading ; citizens of the district. The Mayor ; (Cr Edgar) introduced Mr; Wertheimet : as t...

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. Fawkner Electorate. CR. JNO. MILLER AT TOORAK [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 10 November 1906

C*-JNO. MILLER AT TOORAK 1 íOríJohn Miller, the Libérai Pro tectionist, and selected Government 'candidate ïôr the Fawkner electorate^ addressed .a meeting at Toorak on [Wednesday evening last. ADEQUATE .PROTECTION RSOCIUED. "'Thé candidat± gave his views on -.leading prlÍMC*!--questions" < f Federal inîeitS". Ile contended that tbs p^rty, Australia rrq-iired co div was that which was prepared to give .pip, céugtty. ad«q-jatß Protection. "Thfe/cenfttry did not, want any h.* If j >fo\¡$sdjrejí p/titectiOQ meant pros- j périty and happy l one , ard that ! Was^Atliat the people wanted. ljt 1 wóu'fer-át.rac: population and h=lp to deyejtçp the ^country. . »He denied i Jthai ^.protection increased prices to i consumer;. It stimulated enterprise, and fay internal competition prices were kept down to the consumers. It also meant Protection to the , farmer and miner wherever needed. Hgj^äti^ggib^n -faydfc&f bounties j to rural industries as bein« helpful ' formers, who...

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Prahraa Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 10 November 1906

Prahran Literary and   Debating Society. The society will meet on Wednes- day next in the conservatory, Town Hall, Prahran, when a most interest ing evening is anticipated. Messrs H. Davey and. F. Sambell are ar- ranging a ' Trial by Jury' and members and visitors who attend are promised an amusing and intel- lectual evening. The society, will meet for the. transaction of' business at a quarter to 8, and the Trial by Jury will commence a t8.30pm.

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South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association. CONCLUSION OF THIRD ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 November 1906

Sonta SuTjaroia Ca.urch.os' Cricksfc ' ; Association. < ONH.USIO.V CI I ?MIRO KOLiXU. ' J Every club in the first grade has . ;v suffered one defeat. St. Matthew's 2 nds are the only undefeated club io the second giaie. ~ St. John's (la*t year's premiers} -V were defeated last Saturday by 2 runs by South Yarra Baptists, who gave St - -T; splendid exhibition of patience anfk' [ stonewalling, seven wickets taking the whole afternoon to compile 80 runs. The following arc the results and detailed scores- v.. FIRST GRADE. . . - Matches won by first-named club (when unfinished decided on first innings). Malvern Pres. 2.V2, v. St. Matthew's UH and 5 for 85 (M'Gorlick 13, Blackwell 13 and 23 not out, McNaughton 21, Rev. A. Wade li*. For Pres. Plowman bowled well). South Yarra Baptists 101, v. St. John's Pres. 99 (Baptists-C. Howoil 21, Schräder Ii), Ferguson 1.1. St. John's- - ? D. Laverv 4 for 20, H. Gibbons 4 for 33, ;t H. Scott "1 for ii). Armadale Wesleys 13S aud ¿ for 45, v....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 November 1906

Tilt OI'iNÍOK Ol KVKItV E.Siil.lSHMAH is tbat liberty ot speech and ac. iou is the birthright ot every (rec man- " Britons uever shall bc slaves " is ouc of t he most popular of our national sonss, aud, a» a matter of fact, it is impossible for slavery to exist auder the protecting shadow of the British flag. lu the same manner men cannot remain bound by tba tyrannic shackles of disease, if they will place themselves under the healing influence of Holloway'«* Pills and Oint ment. Their success in all patts of the world is now a familiar story, and it is only necessary |o say here, there is no kuown disorder that cannot be speedily cured or relieved by them. " LlNSEEB-COMHtfilfe. ' <* *« y*»> proven efficacy.- xor coop», colds, asthma and bronchitis, &o. CLARKE'S A Warranted Care fot »1i Acquired tr frMUnttanal DiscbuvtH ? from tl* Urinqi Orpiws. jp ciUwr x. llitt*

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Silver Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 November 1906

Silver Wedding. On tlie evening of Thursday, Sth inst., the friends (many from distant parts), of Mr and Mrs Harwood gathered at the South Yarra Hall to celebrate the occasion of their silver wedding Unfcrtunately, Mr Har wood, who is away in New Zealand, was unable to be present, but was represented by -bis son, Mr Harold Harwood. The evening was spent in dancing and music, the latter especially, in the capable hands of Miss Nellie Hobson,-\being greatly appreciated. After^supperMr VVinter. on behalf of those present, presented Mrs Harwood with aa beautiful dressing case and cruet, suitably in scribed, and Mr Harwood with a pipe. Many flpttertngspeeches were made by old friends of the host and hostess, which showed the esteem in which they are held by their many friends. Mr Harold Harwood re sponded on behalf of his parents. A word of thanks is due to the ladies of the committes who worked hard to make the celebration a- success. At 12 o'clock a most enjoyable evening was brought t...

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St. Matthew's Church, Prahran. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 November 1906

St. Matthew's Church, Prahran. | Thc new Sunday School building recently erected by the authorities nf St. Matthew's church. Prahran, will be formally opened "U Wednesday next, at S o'clock- In con nection therewith meetings will also be held as under :-Thursday, Nov. 22. "At Home,'' Welcome back to Mr & Mrs Storr« . Friday, JSrd Nov., Rev D. H. Dillon will meet choir and workers , I rom Saturday, Nov. 2-/th, to Sunday, 2ml flee . tho Kev. Dillon will conduct a mission : Monday, 3rd Dec, Thanksgiving Meeting ; Wednesday. 3rd December, f.iU- cl Work, lo be opened by Mrs S. T. Staughton, at ." o'clock, and unturned un tbc afternoons and evenings of thc ihrec following days.

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"The New Man." A JUNIOR CRICKET SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 17 November 1906

" The New «an.,} A JUNIOS CKICKET SKETCH. The midday trains steam ioto the I suburban station. Hustle and bustle i everywhere, lt is Saturday. The I city clerks and counter-jumpers, &c, are free. The long legged youth ex tends his stride to its utmost, while his shorter companion does a .. Chinese trot " to keep up with the pace. lío.li are anxious to reach their home*, for the next hour or so ¡3 to be a strenuous ' tim-. A hundred and ene j things must l e done, the most important nf which is to be down the Park by 2 30 whsre the cricket match is to be p ayfed. Junior cricketers have no time on Saturday afternoon for ord nary ever) day events. The lUnncls arc donned, hut tilings somehow go wroug, laces brtat, contrary belt anti cap no: to he found, only one shoe in bijjlit so (ar. At last, the- cricket enthusiast, half titting (and half ttaod og, bo'ts his dinner,-- setting ' the seedg of acute indigestion, but what odds, that wont be telt until tc-morrow. With shoes under ...

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