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Guiding Star Tent, I.O.R. No. 33. PRAHRAN BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

Guiding Star Tent, 1,0. R. No. 93. '* PRAHRAN BRANCH. I The second annual social of the I above lodge, held in the Rechabite hall, Prahran, on the iSth inst, was largely, attended by both members and their friends, and a most en joyable evening was spent. BroVH. J. Gunner, D.C.B.>occhpied the chair. At this stage Bro. Dunham moved a vote of welcome to visitors from Coburg Ttn<-, No. 282. and Bro. B. Hall EUI ably responded. Choir seiet dons were rendered by members of the adult tent, and were greatly appreciated. A recitation by Sister Denton evoked much applause. Bro. Hargraves abodid much towards the evening's entertainment with phonograph contributions. The presentation of the trophies won by the various members of thè~ cricket club during the past season were then made by Bro. Gunner,who gave some reminiscences of tails early, cricketing days, ~ and finished ? by) urging the members not only to strive to do their utmost on the cricket held, but also in every positi...

Publication Title: Malvern And Caulfield Standard
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Armadale Baptist Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

I Annadale Baptist Literat; Soclejpr. ; /, % This society is still bounding along merrilyî ja nd the-last two meetings bave well-atátaiDed the sooiétyk re putation. The first was occupied with a character sketch of President Roosevelt by Mr A. L. David son. The strenuous career of the President, was -related to the'_mem bers by the essayist, who' gave a concise account of the many, import ant parts he had taken in interna tional affairs. Last Tuesday, before a large at tendance of members and ladies, Mr E. B. Gi'es presented the" 13th edi ion of thc society's magazine, " The Bung-Bung.'' The age of the magazine has not deteriorated from ' its excellence, ior this issue, instead of being the proverbially unlucky number, was .crammed full cf wtll writtcn seiious and humorous ar-' "tides, acd certainly maintained the b st traditions of the journal. The editor, who is a first-class reader, held the attention of his audience ior an hour- and à quarter, and was the recipient of numerous c...

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Prahran Choral Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

Prahran Choral Society. invitations are being issued For the» second grand concert in connection with the above society, which is fixed for Thursday, mh Oct., in the Prtih ran City Hall. Tr e Society bas been in active rehearsal for the past three months, and a most attractive pro- ' gramme of part-songs is promised. In addition, favorite soloists have been secured, including Madame Maggie Stirling, and others. Box plan will be opened at Allan and Co., City, and Schradens Music Shop. Chapel-street, Prahran, at Q a.m. Monday. Cards of invitation may be ob tained on application to the hon. secretaries at the Town Hall, Prah ran. ' _

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Friendly Societies and Our National Li[?] LECTURE BY MR MACKINNON, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

Friendly Societies and Our i K/ ./ Jn -jj- O LÈSTOHE.BY .MRJMACKINNÖH,M.ÜA|^ H'- ; .- ;. : ; . r "?' «J- ^ ? tJhdertibe auspices öf tbiTLoyat O.T. Oct, Lodge, MXT.LO O.F., at the--Orrong Hotel, AVfcadale, on Tuesday evening last, Mr Donald Mackinnon, . WiL A., delivered - a lecture on " Friendly Societies and Our National L'fe." There was a good ..attendance; of members-, and -visitors/ana1 -*^e chair was occupied by Bro. Geo. Goisuch, N G. " Mr Mackinnon, in the ccu-se of h's.leçtnre, said nothing waa SD re markable aâ the readiness rf {rim ly socùtits to use the latest findings of Lact uar! il science, and to put in î îrce I the precautions which were deemed necessary for the safety of the mem bers and their funds. Th ¿re was no compulston-or. coercion ; the^iei, lies- we're" "supported by voluntary"' contribution. The vastness of the operations might be demonstrated , by figures. No fewer than five mil-1 lion persons in Eogiänd were pro vid- I lng by "their own exertions For sick...

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Try Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

_ ¡ Try Society. Th & ammal g*th eríng^of- the above society took place on Wednesday last before a good attendance of members and visitors. Tea was served at 7 o'clock, and at 8 p.nu the usual concert was held. Mr Gordon Twiss, the chairman, presided, and ih an interval of the programme presented a gold medal, suitably inscribed, to Mr A- B. Griffin, jan., who has just resigned the secretaryship of the society after four years' faithful rervice. The chairman, in making the presenta- j tion, expressed, in an excellent ' speech, the regard and esteem in which all the members held the Ute secretary. Mr Griffin, on rising to accept the gift, received an ovation, and feelingly tendered his thanks for the kindness shown him. Another presentation was also made. Mr. H. Clark, who, for fifteen years was engaged as a teacher and co-worker at the society with remarkably successful results, has just been removed to a country ; school, and, accordingly, has severed his connection with tb...

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Hamorous Sayings. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

Hamorous Sayings. Pat-Wouldn't you like to have your pick av thim diamonds, Mike ? Mike-Sure, and I'd rather have me shovel Thomson-The doctrr sail I could have one glass of beer a day. i f hii>on-And you are obeying Old rs? Thomson-Ye?, but I'm live weeks ¡ ahead cf my allowance. | i " .And d i \" 'Li understand," asked , the S in tay si.hool wacher, "why you lira y for your daily bread ?" | "Oi, )cs" lenheJ little E!;ir, thal - so we'll be sure to ha\e i ire,h." j Mis Cu'.nso-Wi,a', have you (¡ont1 I to the- plain ; u :t!iug, Bud^ei ? j lirii^et-The brandy ye g*ve mr-1 to pour on it got spilt, mem, so I used paraffin instead. Can't you get it to burn ? Man (buying horse)-Are you sure j he's a good juuip;r ? j Horse dealer -Jumper ? Why . Mess y ou, sir, if you put tb it 'o~a in a tiventy-jcre il _ ld you';l need lo r ul ' a hd cn it if vim want to keep him j ID. Foulten r -Very üorry, sir. Ive: sold cut all the game, but Tv got . some fine German sausages wiiich I can safely ri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

DON'T CODOH.-Belief can be obtained immediately. Ose SEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES "-«ell known as the utterly unrivalled Cough Remedy. Strongly recom mended by man j eminent physicians They at once check the congh and remove the cause-without any after effect ; the most delicate can therefore take them. One Lozenge alone gives ease-one or two at bedtime enan res rest. Sf »ld everywhere in tins 13(4 each. COAGULINE. Transparent Cement for broken articles. HOLLOWAY'S OINTMÜST AND PILLS. Diseases and casualties inoidtntal to youth may be safely treated by the use of these excellent Medicaments according to the printed directions folded round each pot and box. Nor is this Ointment alon* applicable to external ailments ; conjointly with the Pills it exercises the most salutary influence in checking inflammations situated in the interior of th? body ; when rubbed upon the back and chest it gives the most sensible relief in asthma, bronchitis, pleurisy, and threatening consumption. Holloway's ...

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Southern Districts Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

I Eouthîra Districts Cricket Assoclatioa. i ¡ I Tbe eighth annual meeting of the above . association was h;ld at the residence of th« secretary, on Wednesda7 evening last. The I following of last season's clubs hare decide! > to aian compete for the association trophy: I C "liege Lawn, Commercial Boat Mrthojist : (runners-up), Federal. Fortrose, Bosedale, 1 South Yarra (Premien), and Sherwood \ Co!legii=«, while ihs Oakleigh Club filled 1 the vacancy caused by the retirement of I the Ea<l St. Kuda. Last season's trophies were won by South j Yarra (Premiere), «ich Cimmcroial Read i Methodist as runners-up, and valaoi at I ¿4 4S and £z 2S respectively, j Tue entrance fes was ticed at 154, and nia^e payable on or before the 6'.h October. The rules were altered ant amended, the principal alteration bein; the limiting of matches to three divs' play, ins teat of play ing all matches to a fiaiab; and in placa of the old system of having a fixed syllabus it w;s decided " that ...

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City of Prahran COMPETITIONS. Grand Final Demonstration [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

I City of Prahran COMPETITIONS. Grand Final Demonstration The grand final demonstration in connection with the recently con cluded city of Prahran competitions was held on Wednesday evening last in thí local city ball, when there was a fairly Urge audit nee. Thc pro gramme was patticipated in by prize winners at the compe ilion?, and was o' a very enj *yab'e characttr, there bein;* several encorts during the evtniag. One r f the fettuns of the evening was the presentation cf ? p-izes to ihe tuccifsíul competí) tors at the Comreiitors, by Iiis j Worship the Mayor, Cr \V. I Flintoff. His Worship was form illy I in roluced by Cr Clumbers, Presi dent of the Prahran Literary and Deba'ing Siciety, under whose auspices the competitions were held. Mayor Fiintoft, who was very heartily greeted, mide a few appropriate re marks,durtng which hecongratulated the socie y on the excellent work it was doing. His Worship, in present- : ing prizes to the principal winning j competito s, shook hands w...

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CRICKET. South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

CRICKET. South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association, Next Saturday the season will open. Arrangements are almost complete, and a successful season should bi the result. The opening day of the season will be specially important, as in the evening a grand concert is to be held in the Prahran Town Hall, at 8 p.m. It is not necessary to comment here on the programme, but the publicare assured of a most enjoyable evening. Prize wiunets of competitions and popular artists have been specially selected. Next Tuesday the special and permit committee will meet at the Prahran Coffee Palace, when the challenge from Queensland Churches Cricket Union will receive further consideration. The St. Kilda Footballers' Cricket Club will pra-lice this (Saturday) afternoon on the reserve at the rear, of the St. Killa Cricket Club R2V:i¡ jn. Prayers and intending members are invited to attend.

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Prahran Old Pioneers' Association. HALF-YEARLY RE UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

Prahran Old Pioneers' Association. HALF-YEARLY RE UNION. I i _ On Wednesday evening last mem bers of the Prahran Old Pioneers' Association foregathered in the M chinks' Institute for the purpose of holding their hilf-yearly re-union. P o eedtngs opened with a tea, in which c'ose upon 140 participated. The ball was splendidly decorated with daffodils, and everything was done to make the evening as happy and comfortable as possible. Mr D. S. Oakley, President of the Associa tion, occupied the chair. After tea a concert was held, the items being principally provided by tbs old pioneers themselves. Mrs Hely officiated as accompaniste, Mrs Amor gave a vocal selection, and Mrs Cr G. L. Skinner favored the com pany with a nicely executed piano forte selection. Other pioneers who Bang were Messrs Wm. Davies, W. Ilsley, W. Lacey, aid R. Kingham, seo. Recitations were given by Mes* ra D. Cameron and Dan. McKenzie. Some young relatives of the pioneers also assisted in the pro I gramme. The att...

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Garrick Comedy Company. "THE THREE HATS." [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

" THE THREB%A*B§;» In the City Hall," Prahran on Thursday evening last, the Garrick Comedy Company performed the - "ThrecHats," in aid of the Christ ! Chureh Gymnastic and Athletic ? Club's building fund. Despite ther unpropitious weather, there was a good attendance, and the audience, judging by the outbursts of hearty laughter, intermixed with applause, hearti'y crpyed the play. "The Three Hats" abounds in humorous sayings, and situations inexplicably peculiar and comic, and as the various perfo rmi s did ample justice to their respective pa its, every point. . of interest was brought out and por trayed to thc best Í dyan tage Right throughout the th rea acts attention was rivetted on the performance, and when matters were unlang'ed at the end of much confusion,: .the , per formers were accorded loud applause, to which they bowed their acknow ledgments. The following was the cast of characters: Sam Selwyn, Mr Stuart H. Kilgour ; Fred Bellamy, Mr C. G. McCrae.; Gapt. Jiat&M...

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A Correction. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

A Correction. Sir,-In your issue of the 151h inst, there is a report on the local competi tions, which naturally is read by all com 1 pctitors and their friends, and as one who was present on the evening of Wednes- j day, the 12th, I wish to point oat that your reporter quite -misunders'.oad Herr Wendlandt, reporting him to have said that " he was so pleased with the efforts of the competitors (playing accompani ments at.sight), that they were deserving of a medal each What Herr Wend landt did say (when addressing the audi ence in a jocular way), before giving his judgment, was this, Did they (the audi ence) not agree with him that the three ladies who sang that song so many times, and showed such unbroken and steady front, deserved not only their thanks, but a medal each. This, you will sse, puts quite a different complexion to the mat ter, and as my attention has been drawn to it is the reason for my writing. Yours. &c, LISTENER.

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Wadding. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

Wadding. The marriage of Mr Walwin Harold Saxe, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Saxe,, of Johnsonville, E. Gippsland, to Miss Ada Headen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm. Headen, of Prahran, took place on Wednesday, 19th inst., at St. Matthew's Church, Prahran, the officiating minister being the Rev. Arthnr Wade. The bride wore a pretty costume of Japanese chiffon, trimmed with frills of Valen ciennes lace and chiffon (gift of the j bride's sister), tulle veil over coronet of orange blossom (gift of groom to bride), bouquet of pink and white azaleas, with pink streamers, also cable bangte. The bridesmaids were Miss Ethel Deaden, who wore pale pink Indian maslin, with posy of crimson carnations, and Miss. Fanny Saxe, who was attired in pale mauve Indian maslin, with posy of violets. The bride was given away by ber father, and the bridegroom's gift to the bride was a greenstone heart, mounted in gold. The best man was the Rev. T. H. Sapsford, of Cunning hame, and the groomsman Mr Herbert flattery,...

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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

BOWLING The Melbourne bowling green (Windsor) was opened for the sea son oh Saturday by the pres'dsn', the Mayor cf Prahran (Ct W. Fiintoft). The president welcomed the vis.tors. and theil called on Mrs Frank Dan ham to threw the first jack, and Mrs E. J, Lewis to deliver the first bowl. He then declared the green open. A game was then played. President v. vice-President, which resulted tn a decided yi.tjry for the president. The green was in capital orJer, not withstanding the recent rain, aol some very/good form was exhibited. Amongst those present were Mr Chas. Wood, president, and Mr G. N. Ar hall, vice-president, of the V.B.A. ; Mr Thos. Luxton, M L.C ; Mr D.-j Mackinnon, M.L.A., Mr (leo Fair bairn,. Mr Ñonnan Bayles,- and Mr i Pettigrew,: p4West Australia. After; ' noon tea was dispensed to the ladies by Mesdames E, J- Lewis, JP. Dun ham and Müs Thompson. Mr A. Milkrjs graphophone rendered several .se'éitions.Ê: ¿Mr F. Dunham,"^sèc tetary,<and Mf G. Thompson carried...

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The Standard SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th, 1906 [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

The Started ?y SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th, 1908 The annual meeting of the South Yarra Trades Club was held on Thursday evetiing, a report of which will appear in our next issue. A bizaar was opened on Wednes day last in the St. Kilda Town Hall in aid of the funds of the St. Kilda Football, Crioket and Tennis Clubs. The stalls contain an excellent array of articles, a nd'the building presented a picturesque appearance on account of the artistic manner in which the stalls are decorated. The weather somewhat mitigated against the at tendance on Thursday evening, but otherwise it is anticipated that with the energetics manner in which the stall holders and their assistants are attending to business, that the finan cial result of the bazaar will be of a satisfactory character. In addition to a fine collection of fancy work, ' a noticeable feature of the bazaar ts the cake stall, which contains a unique and artistic display of cakes, contributed by friends and kindred clubs. A concert will ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

G. PLEASANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL ST HE ET, PRAHRAN (N'tarly opposite tlie Arc ide) B ps to draw attention to a fe«' of his Special HemeJics, which can bc confidently reconmended, having proved themselves t3 b.' highly tflicaciuus in tbe various ailments mentioned. CQBR iâNE Steel). For removing Hani or Si.l Corn?1. Tlrs w .ll-ctabluh :.l preparation I..;:, boin improved by the addition of an ingredient w'uuh assits miUnally in iclucing the discomfort usually occasioned by most c im eure-i. PBICE 1?. per Bottle A enmpoand of Bismuth and Pepsine .with Livi Stimulants and Lnxaiivcs for Indigestion, Bilious, Liver and Snuiich Cum/.ainu, Gtd liness, 'ick H .adaehp. Flatulence, Heartburn, and all disorders arising fro-n derangement of the digestive organs. This preparation has Iren ¿iwn with .»'nio-it unfa'lia.; sicc«33 in cases of PyFpepsia, Cn.onie Gastric l'a'anb. G ulric lrrilaii.ii with sickness, an 1 in those troubli some ao l liiffi :ult ra~rs ari-i >p flora sedentary habits, o...

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ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. Monday, September 24th. Present—Mayor Gibbs, and Crs O'Donnell, Barnet, Connibere, Jacoby, Stedeford, Billson and Hughes. UNION STREET DRAINAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA CITT COUNCIL. Monday, September 2-i-.li. Present -Mayor Gibb«, and Ors O'Donnell, Karnet, Connibere, Jacoby, Stedeford, Billson and 11 ughts. (.'MON fcTKfcür DKAINAliE. Messrs Whiting and \itken. so'i citors, writing on beni foi Mr K E. Dye, complained of an open ¿rsi i in Union s:r<et. Cr Stedtford moved that no action b; taken in ihe maller. He con sidered th it Mr D,e should have himself io wiriied a complaint to the council. Cr Hitlsiin >econdtd the motion. Cr Hughes moved as an amen I ment tine ihe matter be referred to the public wotks committee. Cr Connibere seconded the amend ment. The amendment was put aDd carried. REQUEST TO OI'KM A ROADWAY. Mr J. Hogan wrote asking the council ci re open the 33fc. roadway from Fitzroy s'.reet to West Beach road. The question as to whether the piece of roadway ia question should be opened up or no: has been before the council on several occasions, and a few weeks back the subject was shelved by being défe...

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Toorak Election. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

Toorak Election, Two candidates .are ia the field for the, vacancy in tgaiTöorak electorate of the State House, rendered vacant by the resignation oí Mr Fairbairn, viz., Mr. JNorman Bayles and Cr L. W. Holmes. Mr Norman Bayles has been holding meetings of friends and sap porters, and addressed a large meet ing in the Malvern Town Hall on Thursday evening last, when, on the moüon of Cr Parslow, seconded by J Mr Hall, a vote of confidence was passed in the candidate. Cr Holmes has addressed public meetings aid enunciated bis views on the more [important political questions. He had a good reception.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

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