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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

"KEATINGS POWDER " destroys.. BDGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES and all other insects, whilst quite harmless ta domestic animáis, ^exterminating Beetles the success ci this powder is extraordinary. It is perfectly dean in application. See the ' artíde wmrmrchaseis " KEA.TIKG'fi.,'and , wia^^artureTäOUASKBiTINGon each fin, ma imitations are noxious and in effiKtoal. Soli in tins, 6d aaa ts each, by U chemists.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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St. Kilda Trades Football Club. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

St. Kilda Trades Football Club. A smoke concert was tendered on Thursday evening lo the players and supporters of the St. Kilda Trades Football Club, in the A.N.i. Hall, Blanche street. There was a large attendance, the chair being occupied by the Mayor (Cr Harry B. Gibbs). The toast of the football club was proposed by Mr Agar Wynne, M.H.R., who said that football was a " rattling good game." He used to be very keen on it, and any man who had played football was able to look after himself as be grew older, and it was the right game to make soldiers of oar young men. (Applause.) The toast was responded to by Mr P. J. Lee, president of tbe club. Several other toasts were also honored. Mr L. M'Donald, secretary of the club, was presented by theMayor.on behalf of the members and patrons, with- a watch, in recognition of services rendered the club. A harmony pro gramme was provided during the evening.

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Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

The return shoot between Loyal Good Intent, M.UXO.O.P-, Rifle Club and No. i Team, Si. Kilda A. N.A., took place this week at the St. Kilda Trades' Range, Inkerman street, die A.N.A. winning by 18 points. For A.N.A.-Messrs Cavins 34, J.Vivian 34, Archibald 33, Jensen 32, Barden 26, W.Vivian 24, Hembey 22 and Walsh 22. Good Intent-A. Kestle 31, J. Wedlake 31, J. Jones 30, J. H. Oates 27, H. Forscntt 24, B. Brittingham 24, Geo, Tucker 22 and W. Scarlet 20.

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Lecture by ex-President, Mr Donald Mackinnon, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

Lecture by ex-President, Mr Donald Mackinnon, M.L.A. I Next Wednesday, under the aus pices of the branch, at the Prahran Town Hall, Mr Donald Mackinnon, MX A., is to deliver a lecture on the " Economic and Geographical Development of Australia." The lecture is to be illustrated by lime light views. The invitation is ex tended to members and friends : needless to say the importance of the lecture and the popularity of the lecturer will draw a large audience. i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

TnEOAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS. AU suffering from irritation of the throit and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate, relief afforded by the ase of " Brawn's Bronchhd Trochee." These famous *' lozenges " are BOW BoM-Jjy most respectable chemists in this country. People tumbled with a " hacking cough." a "slight cold," or bronchial affections., cannot trf them too soon, as similar, troubles, if allowed to progress, resalt é serions Polmonary and Asthmatic ftftections. See thal tl»e Signatare of John I. Brown * . Sen is '-*» «ôry wrapper.-Vrej>arcd by John I. Brown & Son, Boston, tJ.S.A. Bnropean^^ot, S3, Farringdon road, Lon

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

All Sporting Requisites AND Cricket Materials. J. K. SMITH, The Sports Emporium*, 136 Elizabeth Street MELBOURNE . Catalogue of. Sporting Requisites freo any address.

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The Oddfellows. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

Tha Oddfflilows. Thc Manchester Unity OddfsUows assembled in considerable numbers last Monday at the Malvern Town Hall, the occasion being a smoka night tendered by the Loyal Toorak Lodge, fo celebrate the District >; Officers (irs: official visit, and a pre s ntaticn to Past Grand Bro. Geo. Oliver for meritorious services. The visitors included Bro. the Hon. ^ Joseph Sternberg, M.L.C., P.G.8fM ^ and tba HOP. Ü, J. Duggan, P.P.G.M.. ex-Minister of Lands. ^ Responding to the toast, Grand Master and Board of Directors, Bro. sternberg referred inter alia io the proposed amendment of the Friendly Societies' Act. and thought perhaps copies should be sent to all the lodges in Victoria before Parliament took any further action. Subsequently Prov. G.ÍÍ B:o. A. A. Myers also : dealt with" the same question. He welcomed Bro. Sternberg's p-oposaL Thc leçcnt quinquennia! valuations - :. had shown the MÜ. could manage its own affairs, aud therefore did not J require an Act of Parliament. Bro....

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Proposed Dandenong Road Tramway. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

Proposed Dandenong Road Tramway. At the meeting of íhe S-. Kilda ¡ council on Monday evening last, Cr Hughes reported on a conference hel l hctwern representatives ol the Pi.ihran and St. Kilda councils in regard to the proposed Dandenong r.iail tramway, from the Malvern railway station to Chapel street. It had been decided to ask the sui vc y ors of both municipalities to dr¿w np reports as to route, and as to engineering difficulties. It was also resolved by the conference that each council contribute C25 towards obtaining outside expert advice. Cr Barnet said he hope] thi tram way would soun b; an ¿c:cmplished lact, and not merely " talked about " like other tramways had been. Cr Hughes' repjrt was adopted, the surveyor being asked to give every assistance possible, whilst the £ J 5 a-ked (or was also voted.

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Malvern views on the Tramway. A LARGE PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

Malvern views on the Tramway. A LARGE PETITION. " The Malvern Tramway League and Ratepayers' Association, which bas been consistently bitier in its opposition to the municipal con st tuc lion of ¡he Malvern-Ptah'an J tramway, Ins now a petition, con taining nearly looo names ofrate [ payer«, awaiting ptcsintation lo lhe Premier ('ays a paras'aph in last Tuesday's dge.) The petition urges the Government lo build the tramway as a national, bul remunera tive, undertaking, and paints out that the linc wis the only one recom mended f jr construction ¿¡y the Railways Standing Committee wheo it considered Mr Bent's octopus scheme ot suburban tramways. Unfortunately, some unpleasantness may arise between the league and the Malvern council, as a section of the | municipal body is opposed to receiv ing the petitioi and presenting it to ( the Government. In the circum- ( stances, league members speak of , ignoring the count il and going \ itraight to Mr Bent with a deputation j and the petitio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

VLOUIMNI: !- FOB THU TKETU AND URKATII.-i few drops of the liquid '« Flori line '? sprinkled upon a wet tooth brush produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all parasites or im parities, hardens the gams, prevents tartar, Btops decay, gires to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness, and a delightful fragrance to the breath. It removes all unpleasant odour arising from decayei teeth or tobacco smoke. " The Fragrant Fioriline." being composed in parts of Honey and sweet herbs, is delicious to the taste, and the greatest toilet discovery of the age. Of all Chemists and Perfumers. Wholesale depots 33. Farringdon road, London, England. You will make a '* Fair Decision '' if you decide to buy a bottle of Rosin ariam this month. See page 2. -(Advt.)

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

LINSEED COMPOUND.'°f *o yean proven efficacy, for coagtis, colds, asthma and broucüitis, dec.

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The New Clown. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

The New Clown. This (Saturday) evening, under the direction of Mr Edwin Geach, the above popular play will be staged at the Princess's Theatre by the ever popular Willoughby and Ward Comedy Co. The play had a great run in London, and the caste includes Miss Grace Palotta, the famous actress, and a number of other favorites.. The public are certain to attend in large numbers to welcome back the company after a very successful tour.

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St. Kilda v. Essendon. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

St. Hilda v. Essendon. j I la this mitch, which was i ! commenced on tbs Saints' ground, | the locals batted first, and made only j a moderate stand, the innings ' totalling rsi ruo«. Ainslie, with 40, was the only man to mike a decent stand. The bowling of Sanpfor 1 and Forsyth was very good. O.i going in to bat Essendon did not do even as well as the lot als, as bsfore stumps were drawn they had lost six wickets for 52 runs. Fitzgeia\J Inwled best, capturing three wickets for 2M runs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

CLARKE'S B. 41. PILLS, tnauW'l Cure foi n wi M- (.'uu^muUouai j- - 11 ? iu 'J Uri ii J ry i i * t.t':.r * s. Die* IM - ¡.i- . t*me Gntvf I. in UM- L(;.ck. nr. J ail lü. irui*r*. Free from K«»tty y-axí»' caccci«. v- ul] <ÍUoiiii<td and 1«TH H.IÜJcllOÜt Iii«

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CRICKET. Hawksburn v. Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

---o»o - J . Hawksburn v. Melboatne. : ÏTïé above match was commenced on the Melbourne cricket, ground'on Saturday. Trumble won -\-$be toss : for Melbourne, anrd sent the Toorïî' Park team in to bat, and tbey ma*d& a most ignominious display. JYitb' the exception of T. Hush (who scored 43 in lively fashion) .and G. Bogers (who played a careful innings for 25 not out)th'e innings was nothing else but a probcesioa, the scoring .only reaching the paltry total of 121. Although the wicket was a trifle I tricky at the start, the d sphy was j j hardly worthy of the . Hawks, j Armtrong and Trumble Ind a day I out bowling, the former capturing I four wicke s fo- 54 and the latter live j wicke's-for 58. At the drawing of stumps Melb3urne had lost three wickets for 187 runs, Vaughan making 73 runs in good style.

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Southern District Cricket Association. FIRST DAY. SIXTH ROUND. FORTROSE v. SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

Southern District Orlete: Association. HI EIST DAV. SIXTH HOUND. I-'JBTIiOSE V. SOUTH VAKRA. Oa the Utter club's ground. Fawkner Park. Tbs visitors batted first, and have lo*t g wickets for 13^ H. Taylor 25, W. James 25, ai d t\ McLean 31 not oct ; all betted nicely. Thc Yarra's bjwiin^ was done by R. .Tack^o-. 5 for J », J Wilde 2 for co, and \V. Foley 2 for 8HEKWOÜU COLLEGIANS V. iiOSLUALE. This match is baing played on the Rosedale wicket, Fawkner Park, j The home team 011 winning the tess , e'ected to bat, and scored 110 iuns;| V. Speary 33, gave three chauces in j the early psrt ot his innings The Sherwood bowling was done hy Griffin, Atcii.son, and Jones. 1 1 1 lie first innings of the Sherwool Collegians they have lost ono wicket. The Rosedale fielding was much improved. COMMERCIAL liOAD METHODS! V. This match is being played in Albeit Park, on the Lawn's wicket. The Lawn won the loss, and batted first, the innings only resulting in 47 runs. W. Pitts again heads the batting l...

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MUIOOF Cricket Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

MTJIOOF Cricket Competition. (jool I atom (t*ruhrai\) v. Minerva (South Melbuurne), tcsuud in a win for thc former bv an innings aid 46 run?. Good lurent 155, G. Mains 6a, J, Janes 50 and A. French io. Winslow 3 f a 46, Gosch 5 for 45, Rtsengrave 2 f >r 23. Minerva, first innings. 2+. Jones captured 2 for 14 atid J. Morphet 4 for to. Second innings 83 Gosch and Rimmer 16 each, \V. Gosch Mains 2 for 11, Brittinghain 3 for 13 Farrington 2 for 16. A feature ot this innings was a very clever catch behind the wickets by Alex. Fi erich. To-day Good Intent play Rose of Brunswick, at Brunswick Loyal Toorak (Malvern) v. Hose of Brunswick -This match was con cluded cn Saturday, Toorak winning by 131 runs on the first innings. E. Hatherall's performance was distin guished by a score of 1 23 rur.F, and ? had 'he misfortune to be bowled by ? th : ian ball of th», day. S .ores - Toorak 241. E. Hatheiall 123, W. Podcett 35, E Bobon 23. E. Middle ton 18. Rose of Brunswick 110. A Ni.W CLUIi. lt i...

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With the Juniors. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

"Wita th.e Juniors. A. n article by " Longfellow " on the St. Kilda Congregational Cricket * Olub will appear in our next is3ue.

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Prahran Scottish Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

Prahran Scottish Society. - ? The above S >ciety held ita usual social meeting on Monday, the 41h instant, when the Empire; Hil. wis well filled by members and friends. The Prahran Scottish Society has for its object the baniing together of Scotsmen in the district for mutual assistance in studying the music, literature, and poetry of Seo:laud, but up lo the present the Society has done nothing in the way of providing facilities to its mern bei s for such study bsyond the usail monthly concert. The February concert was well up to the standard hitherto maintained by the musical director, and was thoroughly enj jye J by those present. The Pipe Band opened with a se'ectiou, "The Isle of Skye," which was not up to the usual excellence of their wûtk, but the following m ireh, " Binachie," wa» well rendered, ani met with a well deserved recall. A' young singer, Miss Id* Fowler, made her debut in the songs " Home to Bonnie Scotland" an 1 'Diys oï Lang Lang Syne."' Sha hisas-veet and cle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

PRINTING, ii c. Oilers for printing cf ali J>. scrip tiur.s, artistic and conm:erciaJ, n_>ay be Ie it at 15 Edsali StrtO-, Malvern. Estimates given ? N ti A H Tl KU** to illfmul Life. KILLS .tl 01 li» Beeil«1« Moi.qtiico«?M Kujr», Flea», .Tl Olli», BotMFeh, BI «s**i«I <«»« « Tat' ycuti-iv V-. .\ 'rr i ' ars <'n .*'il«'-:ripli "f 1'IKiil.'.^ KtAl'INU ¡ N;ii! in tin* Keui nx'n «f orm Tableta. Mrallns1» Worm Tuble'a. M>tiilce;r'* Worm Titblt-ts. -\ 1UKF.LV VEtiKTABLK SW KETM KAT, ¡" ra:si;:na a most > :u ^¡ti/lc luutuvi <?[ a-;i!-in>'-ti:iinui use only c r . in r. a,- .!. t. r INTK-TIN" vL ..r : ii » L; WO::M-, ll is pcrfocll, safe : i;.l'. t ? ? i- . - ; rt. cu 1 ly ti iar1:-''! for 1 in.dieu. .-'??Iii i;: liiih * iv sli i'mgg.Ms. i'ioi.riL-tor, TIIOÂI&S KKAMNU , iomf&D l.fnii,; u r i..-,l, «i um l> rilled)' fqr lc lesli nat or Tkrud Worms. li u perfccilyta/e and mild, especi ally adapted tor Ch.Uren. Sold ir. Tin« bj ...

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