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Maples' Employes. SECOND ANNUAL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

I Maples' Employés. i-V SECOND ANNUAL PICNIC. The second annual picnic of the employes of Maples well known furniture establishments held on Wednesday last under most auspicious conditions. Splendid weather prevailed during the day. Five drags were required to convey the piny io and from the picnic ground at Beaumaris, the drive both to an i fi om ths rendezvous proving very pleasant. Amongst tbs company present were Mr and Mrs Ben Nathan an i family, Mr and Mrs J. Nathan and family, Mr and Mrs K. Nathan (of the Prahran branch), Mr and Mrs Thomas and family, Mrs YV. H. Pittirsoa, Mrs J. Raynor aod Mrs S'.tívvart. On arrival at Beaumaris at lt.30 the company spent a pleasant hour and a half until lunch time, when a splendid repast was provided by the caterer, Mr Cumberland. After lunch au adjournment was made lo the arena, where some splendid races were I contested, resulting as follows : I Boys race, 5o yds.-Master Laurie : Nathan, 1. Ll a alee Haudicap - Falcke 1 ; Beattie I 2 ; At...

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

DURKIN BROS., UPHOLSTERERS, No. 3 High-street, MALVERN. FURNITURE OF ALL DESC : MO TIONS RENOVATED. Liwn Mopers, Mangles, and Sewing Machines repaired. Fy Wire Doors and Verandah Blinds made. Carpels beaten and re-laid. GENEKAL REI'AIUS. Furniture Bought $ Sold Late Tuuer to H.M. QittK ALEXANDRA aud U.li.li. '1 HE PRINCESS or WALES. F. BODELL, Pianoforte Tuner and Repairer, FRUM J. & J. HOPKINSON, LTD., LONDON. 24 Clara street, SOUTH Y4REA Oí TICE TELEPHONE: 1172. W. E. BRUNT, M. A.,LL.B., BARRISTER AM» SOLICITOR, 76 Williams Road, Windsor, A ND Mechanics' Institute, Chapel Street, Prahran Local Telephone, S55 Windsor. TOWN* OFFICE : 31 (Jaeen street, Melbourne. Attends all local Courts every Court Day. The Christian Brothers' COLLEGE. E\ST BT. KILDA. ?pU PI LS ARE PREPARED FOR The NMV PRIM ARV, PUBLIC, AND I CoMMUKci\L EXAMINATIONS OF THE ' UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE ; also ' lot the MUSICAL EXAMINATIONS OF I TUINITY COLLKGE and the LONDON ¡ COLLEGE OF MU-IC ; Experts engaged ...

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

G. PLEASANCE, CHEMIST, 273 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN (NVarly oppositetlie Arcade) li-ps to draw al tent ion to a few of his Special Kemedies, which caa bc confidently recommended, having proved themselves to be highly efficacious in the~vaxfons ailments mentioned. ' " CORIC W&V*E Retí). I'VT removing ifard or S i.t Curas. This v.'ell-esUbliehsJ preparation lias been improved by the ;.dditi.,u of an ingredient which assists materially in reducing the discomfort usually occasioned by m ist eira cure«. PfilCB ls Fer pottle DY SF^FSrieUBE:. A compound nf Bismuth and 1'epsine with Liver Stimulants and {Laxatives for Indigestion, Bilious, Liver ani inraach Complaints, Giddiness, tick Headache, flatulence. Hea.tburu, and all disorders arising froai derangement o£ the^digestive uryaus. Tins preparation h.-.- Ir.-eu. -.riven with almost unfailing success ia cases of ryspepsia, Chronic o'astrie Ca'arrh. Gistric Ir.ilalion with sickness, and in those duubUsome :i i 1 d.ftl :uli ca->o&a...

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The Standard. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16TH, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16TH, 1907. Her Excellency Lady Northcote was present at the committee meet ing of the Prahran, South Yarra and Toorak Ladies' Benevolent Society, hsld last week at the locil Town Hall. Lady Northcote was received by Mrs Jaffray (President) and Mrs Haddon (Vice-President), and re mained until the close of the meet ing. Her Excellency listened with interest to the reports on the various cases, and expressed her sympathy with th: work being done by the ladies. The committee of the Prahran Creche report that 348 children attended during the month oí january. Donations of groceries, toys, &c, will be gladly received at the Creche, 19 Princes street, Prahran. Mr A. Drakard paid a visit to the ^St»Kilda Council on Monday evening last, ami received a hearty welcome from the Mayor and councillors. Mr Drakard was formerly one of the representatives of the north ward in the St. Kilda council. To morrow the Rev. Mr Eddy will commence his pastorate at the South Yarra ...

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A.N.A., Prahran. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

A.N.A., Prahran. -- - - At the usual fortnightly meeting, held cc Wednesday, 6th inst., the fourth and fifth events (recitations and singing)of the branch champion ship took place. The events were as highly successful as those formerly held, some twenty competitors tak ing pirt in the respective items. The adjudicators who gratuitous !v gave their services were Mr T. Kendall ("singing) and Mr W. L. Paine (reci tations)- Mr S. H. Watson wai awarded first place, and at the same time was highly complimented on his recitation. Other places in order of merit were awarded to Messrs H. Fitzsimmons, R. Sobie, P. Appleby, H. McDonnell and H. McPadzean. In the singing section (any selection) ; Mr Carl Wocss was selected as best , competitor, the others in order of merit being Messrs S. H. Watson, Cortney, H. Fitzsimmons,P. Appleby and W. King. The adjudicators were heartily thanked for their services, and in their responses some valuable hints were given both lo competitors , and audience. Th...

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ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. Monday, February 11th. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. _~_ Monday, February lLlb, Present-Mayor Gibbs, and Ors Barnet, Billson, O'Donnell, Jacoby and Hughes. DESTRUCTION Ol' RATS. The Board of Pub! io Health for warded a circular communication drawing attention to the necessity of taking special measures for the de struction of rats. The matter was referred to the city inspector. i;)Ai;u cr VIOBKS. Intimation was received from the Metropolitan Board of Works to the effect that Cr Gonnibere's term of office as a commissioner had expired by effluxion of time. The oouncil reappointed Cr Conni bere to the position. UR1UHT0N COUNCIL'S COMPLAINT. In regard to certain buildings that have been erected on the Ormond | Parade, in the vicinity of the electric tramway, to which the Brighton council had made a complaint to the Sr. Kilda council, and wbich was re sented by the latter body, the Brigh ton council again wrote, " regretting that the St. Kilda council did not see fit to receive its letter ia the friendly...

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Prahran Ladies' Benevolent Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

Prahran Ladies' Beruvjlent So;iety. 1 he committee ot the Prahran. Suu'.l Yarra and Toorak Laii^s' 3».-iiovoieui Society report liaviuy reliered lt)S ca sci weekly during the í.irt n i «ht ending Ul Keb. The casrs numbered adults and 137 children. The adults com prised5H widows, (i deserted wire?. '21 married couples, ll a->ed and single in dividual?, and 13 wives whose husband are away. The cNpeudituro. for the fortnight was £1'J 12s 'JJ. AssUtaure iu clothiu{» may bs st ut io 'Airlie,' Lira street. South Yarra.and iu morney to ¡lie Hou. Treasurer, ' Kaveusburg.' l-)<uide uong road, Armadale, or tho. Hon. Secretary, ' Eilertou.' Lause! rua-í. Toorak. During the past fortnight 77 visits tc cases of illuess am jugst the poor were paid by Nurse Smi'.h. O'To lc -('ive mc a s! ave. Ni-w Harbf r -H ive veut viii- own n-.us '.' Me own mug, is it ' An' <!o y, /. think I'd be after gem with a-'oiher felly's ince atop me shoulders .' Uuicht. r -" You've pot six cr ei...

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Kew to St. Kilda Tramway. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

Kew to St Kilda Tramway. Thc. sub-commi:tte of the Kew-St. KiU4a e'ectric tramway conference m.t at the Municipal Assochtion ! chambers on Tuesday 'a^r. Mr D. Mackinnon, M.L.A., presMeJ, and fct'.r councils were :epi e^cnttd. The cuinmiitee drew up its report ar.d recommendations for the ccn sideration of the conference, which consists el live members each from the Kew, Hawthorn, Malvern, CauUi-.ld and St. Kilda councils. The report goes over the evidence ¡ as to coit of construction and ! estimated revenue, obtained from Mr ll. Somerset, manager of the Penh Electric Tramways, and Messrs. Noyes Bros., of Melbourne. The sub-committee recommends the construction of a tramway as a municipal enterprise by the live councils involved, on the following ba»is : - ( i ; That the route be as follows : C' nmenLing at a point in Cotham roid (Kew) in a line with Nor rn au by road, thence along Cotham-road to Glenf.rrie-road, thence (through Hawthorn and Malvern) to Ddiidenong-road, thence across...

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PRAHRAN ANO MALVERN TRAMWAY PROJECT. LATEST VIEWS OF PRAHRAN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

PRAHRAN ANO MALVERN TRAMWAY PROJECT. l.\TEST VIEWS OE PBAHBAN COUNCIL. At the last meeting of the Prahran council Gr. Upton moved the adop tion of tlie following clause in the it poit of the public works committee, which was the cutci me of a cen ii-i ii: cu |.re\ i'-UÍ ly lula ht tween the Prjlitàn and Mdv.rn c- unci's : . ' ll.:u a i'c; u'alion wait "jinn thc I'.'iiiiier ti inlcrni hi:n ila*, ibe l r.il ian ;ui-.l M .iivern councils are ii. .minn.us,v prepared to contribute i he sum oí / i to; o tow weis thc re ^rmhrg of tie r 5 i w . y line lo Caulfield. piv.vio.ci tliki ni furihtr tn.it ihutir.s be i s'c ! ficm the mui'.K ipa'iiies in cen; cition v\iiii Mich icoralline, and that the Gove n m.rit ht asked lt) forthwith procctd with thc ,-c-tion civering tlie High ¡Strctt iro.-.-ang. and farther, that the autlio itv to construct the tramway he issued to the muiiLipa ities forth- ' willi." I i Cr. Upton asked the council to 1 siLk to thv' rtsjlution ai pissed at thc conferciKe. Do ...

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South, Suburban Oburchos' Cricket Association. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

South, Suburban Oburchos' Cricket vt Association, NoTKS. Dave Heath, the popular captaiu of Malvern Presbytei ians, put up another tine battiu^ performance against St. Kilda Cougreí»ationalp,coriipiliuí; 1.32 not out by stylish and correct cricket, coupl ing his variety oí strokes with psi feet timing. Thc highest individual score siuce thc« Association's inception was made by Powys (.VU Saints 1, viz.. 164 not out. Beatb has an excellant chance of eclips ing this mammoth score, and ranking himself the best Association bat of the season. E. Westmore, as Beatb's partner, compiled a well made 47 "by attractive cricket. The secoud century fur the day was put up by that promising young batsman, S. Eatou (South Yarra Church ot Christi and lato of Mt. Erica. Eatou eclipsed all his previous consistent efforts by scoring a wei made HO. J. Peers hit hard and often for Iii j 56, playing for All Saints' against their keen rivals St. George's Presbyterians. Fred Emms (Prahran Independents) perf...

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

Obituary. - - - Mr Arthur Peebles Stewart, 28 years of age, a son of Mr and Mrs John Stewart, of James street, Windsor, and a higtly respec ted young man, died on Friday, 8th inst., whilst under an anesthetic pre paratory to undergoing an opera tion to one of his eyes. The death was painfully sudden, and caused much grief to the relatives and intimate friends of the deceased. The late Mr Stewart was a   carrier by occupation, and leaves a widow and two young childten, towards whom sincere sympathy has been expressed in their bereavement. The funeral took place     on Monday last at the St. Kilda cemetery,   the cortege being a large and representative one. The coffin-bearers were -Messrs H. J. Warburton, B. Reid. W. Becker (employees of deceased's father), and Mr W. Stewart (an uncle) ; the pallbearers were   Messrs J. Edsall, W. Slatter, H. Pegler, A. Thomas, J. Guilfoyle and Jno. Chester.   The burial se...

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Tradesmen at Cricket. PRAHRAN TRADES V. COLOSSEUM C.C. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 February 1907

Tradesmen at Cricket.   PRAHRAN TRADES V. COLOSSEUM C.C. On Wednesday last representa tives of the above clubs met at Toorak Park and spent a most enjoy able afternoon. After a closely contested match victory was secured by the Trades, who scored 100 to the 83 by the Colosseum. The principal contributors for the winners were Hanbury 31, Furneaux 22, Rothstadt 17, and for the losers - Dunlop 28, Hartley 16. Furneaux, Raphael and Amor divided the bowling honors for the Trades. On Wednesday the annual trip to Fern Tree Gully takes place, intend   ing players or visitors will please communicate with Mr W. Cackett in the absence of the secretary.

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With the Juniors. EAST ST. KILDA CONGREGATIONAL CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

With the Juniors. BY LONGFIELD. BAST ST. KILDA CONGREGATIONAL CRICKET CLUB. It «s dow j n;ar the St. Kilda Esplanade tram terminus that thia old established club has its ground, placed in a âne position, with ita isphalt wicket and grassy sward. It is some eleven ye »rs ago since the club w-s formed, and oaly a few of t ie originators are still playing. "Secret arv Harold Gay, however, was the firsi.ail is the present secretary, «n.i is (ino of its most prominent mem h r* on aad off the field. The R v. \. K. Stephenson, M.A.., is the woi ihy and popular presideut, and hts often dinned the flume's to help the " Congo's " ti victory. Although never pr- miers of the Smth Subur ban Churches' Association, which it cn erel iu igor, it ha; filled some crcoitab e positions. The last season or two though, the club's success has only been moderate, owing princi pally to i s having a "tail." The mose natalie among its present players are Geo. Machin, the popular cap* an who is known to followe...

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SECOND GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

SECOND GRADE. ! Armadale Baptists, 84 and 117 (H. I Green 49, 28, and ei°ht for 33 ; W. stephens 27, L. Gian 27, P. Richardson i five for 29), v. Pant Road Methodists' I seconds, 39 and 73 « W- Tamer 15). Sooth Yarra Baptists' seconds. 174 (A. Green 47 not oui, G. Markham 38, T. Rogers 20. J. Findlay eis for 20), v. Mt. Erica Wesleys, 37 and 79 (B. Milter 31, (3. Roberts 21). South Yarra Church of Christ, 231 (S. Eaton HO, R. Clarke 43 and sir for 18, K. Burke fiv3 for 23), v. Armadale Wesley "a seconds, 30 and 73 (W. Kigg 18). Kast Malvern Presbyterians, 126 (E. ]. Thompson, three .or 12, G. Laird, three f<>r ll, A. J Weeks, three for 24). v. St. Kilda MethDdisfa. 58 and 61 (E. Atkins -25 and four for 29, W. Taraball 15 and two for 14). St. Jjliu's ll, 124 and six for 57 (A. Iclnnes 32, G Dawes 22, J. Morrison ¿0 and 15 not ont, v. Armadale Presby terians, 55 and five for 141 (innings closed, R. Mackie 41, A. Coventry 35 not out, J. McRober'6 31). S. Alban's II, 90 an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

FLowurNF.!-FOB THE TEETH .AND BREATH,-A few drops of the liquid "Jfton tine " sprinkled upon a wet tooth brush produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all parasites or im parities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness, and a delightful fragrance to the breath. It removes all unpleasant odour arising from decayed teeth or tobacco smoke. " The Fragrant Floriline." being composed in parts of Honey and sweet herbs, ia delicious to the taste, and the greatest toilet discovery of the age. Of all Chemists and Perfumers. Wholesale depots 33, Farringdon road, London, England. iU-TO SOAP For Medical,Toilet, and Nursery use A. TILLEY. South Yarra COAGUL1NE. Transparent Cement for broken articles. ~ Uosmarium removes ail hair troubles. ¡See page 2.-Advt.

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FIRST GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

I'S' .f^ww'Äwmu.' 'Im derided o§§pT|uä%LiiiiigB. f Mí^DslpÍB .OBlleèa^r,fottJor25)tT ,¿ Sooth Tain; Prrabîr|èriaris,%S and 116 . : i (J. Smithes, and 8 |or 12; A- Pinker- - fíj toa SS.) ? "."V \ ' V-ä|H| Monnt Erica Wasleys, 107 and 49 (TV. furneaux 48 and 16, Md.four for SI ; " O/XJlariffi, nme for;80). v 8onth Yarea -i-A Papfists,- 86 rand 71 (J- Prentice 25.8. - -* Schräder 18,-E. Prentice, nine for 48, ' Armadale Wealeyp, 59 and three for 51 <U. Ripe 18, and foo* for 21*, v. ;r Prahran Independen tp, 6G and 40 (A. Bradbury, one for 8J. ?Malvern Presbyterians, five wickets for 293 (innings closed, D. Beatb 201 not oat), v. East Pt. ICi'da Gongcc gatioualistf?, 53 ml 6B (G. Madiii-3 and 10, E DeGrocby 25 not ont). St. John's, 7S ' and two for 48 (H Gibbons '29 and UL not out, and four for 10, W. tiimpsoD, six io: 12 aod seven for 33), v 1'rahrau Presbyterian, 25 and 100 (H. Baker 25, T. Morcoaibo 17.) All Saints' Union, 168 and 29 (F. Parsons 35, J. Peers 5S and 8, G. G...

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Sonta Suburban Churches' Cricket —Association. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

Sonta Suburban Ohurches- C riet st -Association. NOTES. j The ninth rouud of matches was oou cludod last Saturday, and what looked like a season without protest or dispute among the 400 odd cricketers playing at different times under the control of the association was disappointingly hin dered, for when play ceased two different protests were lodged. The ninth round is an eventful one for records. Malvern Presbyterians, io their match v. East St. Kilda Congrp gationals, closed their innings for 299 for only fife wickets, and eventualW won the match by an innings and ITS runs. In the individual section the record held by B. Powys ( All Saints' Union), for contributing 164 nins, not out, was eclipsed cn Saturday by Dave Beatb, of Malvern Presbyterians' fume, when be scored 201 rons not oat. Our cricketers will read with interest the position of the premiership list to date. In thc first grade St. John's and Malvern Presbyterians, respectively premiéis and runners-up 1903-6, lead the w...

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Prahran's Annual Moonlight Charity Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

Prahran's Animal Moonlight Charity Entertainment. The second concert in coonee tion with this year's effort on behalf of the Prahran Ladies' Bene volent Society took place on Thurs day last in the Victoria Gardens, j when a few shillings short of £50 was taken at the gates. The pro gramme was of an ordinary Thursday evening character, and music was provided by the Richmond City Band, which, by the way, forgot to play the National Anthem at the conclusion of the proceedings, a fact that was dnly noted by many psople. The net proceeds of the entertain ments will beat Cr Luxton's record of £150 by far, as the total amount of money taken at the gates for the two nights is about ¿"150, and other receipts from the sale of refreshments, Sec., are still to come in. His Wor ship the Mayor, Cr Flintofc. is there fore very pleased that hts year of office was responsible for breaking the record. Mr Donald Mackinnon, M.L.A., at the conclusion of his election ad dress in the Town Hall, drove up t...

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M.U.I.O.O.F. Cricket Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

1SU 10-0 F. Cricket Ocmpetitloa. Good Intent (Prahran) v. Rose of BruDS»ick, p'ayo Î a' Bru .swick Good Intent made a gooJ beginning with 200 runs for the Io:s of nine wickets. Poulson ii, G. Mains 12, A. French 22. .1. Morphet 24, and Brittingham 103 net out was indeed a magnificent display. With 6uch an advantage, Good Intent's anxiety shou'd be at Uie irreducible mini mum. Minerva (South Melbourne) v. Loyal Toorak (Malvern) There is nothing so certain in cricket as the occurrence of the unexpected. Mi nerva were expected ti make more than 24, but the unexpected hap pened, add so Toorak triumphed. W. Pocket! gained i jur wickets for II, and E. Frost three for 11. Too rak compilad 145 runs ; W. Pockeit 52 not out,^. Frost 15 li. Hatheral! io ; W. Go'sçh 3 for 37, F. Winslo w 2 for 17, H. Gosch 2 for 54. Both matches will be concluded to-day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

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