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COMMERCIAL ROAD METHODET V. COLLEGE LAWN [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

COMMERCIAL ROAD MEIHOIU.T V. COLLEGE LAWS Played on the Lawn's ground. Albert Park, and resul:ed in a wit. for the visitors by ; wickets and 4 runs. The seores were-Comrrje'cia Road Methodists 79, and 4 for 63 ; College Lawn 47 and QI. For the Commercial Road Methodist?, T. Davidson is, J. Turner 11, G. Fealherston 15, J. Davidson 13 and 16 not out, W. Goodbody j-s, with two not outs ; sundries, _??>. For the Lawn, J. A. ßoldeman 31, \V. Pitts 32, C. Stevens 11, A. Otkes io; sundries, 21. In the bowling for the Commercial Road Methodists, H. Gill 2 for <). W. Goodbody 3 for 9, J. Davidson 5 for iS, H. Haughton 3 for 30, T. Davidson 4 for 51 ; and for Lawn W. Pitts 6 for 7t, and D. Mackenzie 7 for 39. J. Taylor is credited with three catches for the Commercial Road Methodists. T. Davidson, çhe Commercial Hoad Methodist's skipper, had the mis fortune when playing a fast full toss, to hit the ball with his finger, which was found to be fractured when he visited the hospit...

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Southern District Cricket Association. FORTROSE V. SOUTH YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

Southern District Cricket Association. FORTROSE V. SOUTH YARRA. I Thia match is being played on the ground of the latter club, Fawkner Park. The scores are-Fortrose 141 and South Yaira 59, and none for 26. W. Foley 15 and R. Fraser 17 were the only batsmen who scored for Yarra in the first innings, while P. Shanahan batted well for 19 not out in the second inning-. The Yarra batting was very slow, for their 59 runs took them two hours to make, «rhiïe in the'second innings play was very fast ; the batsmen stepping out to meet the bowling made the 26 runs in about fifteen minutes. '

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

Crs O'Donnell, Pittard and j Hughes, and Mr Brown (Town Clerk), and Mr Woolley (City Surveyor), of St. Kilda, were visitors to the Prahran council meeting on Monday evening last in connection with the proposed Dandenong road tramway. Ex-Cr Drakard was also present. The visitors occupied seats j of honor on either side of the Mayor. Cr Dobson remarked at Monday's meeting of the Prahran council that the clock denoting the times of departures of trains at the South Yarrastation wasveryinconveniently situated, and representations will be made to the Railway Commissioners to have it removed toa more suitable spot. At tue meeting of the Prahran council on Monday evening last it was decided to continue the Sunday band performances in the Victoria Gardens, a motion, proposed by Cr Nicolson, being passed to that effect. In support of his argument that the band performances were a success, Cr Nicolson put in as "exhibits" some photographs taken in the gardens by Master Jack Nathan, son of Cr ...

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Hawksburn v. Can field. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

Sawkibùrn v. Oau'flîia. The Hawksburn second grade team put up a good performance against the latter team, scoring 375 runs for niue wickets against CauHield's score of 196. E.JRush 85, Dr. McDonald 77, CoLie 72 not out and Christie 58 we e the principal scorers for the 1 Hawks. McDonald hit two 6's and Christie, one. Collie scored his runs ia uri honirf hitting twelve 4's.

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CRICKET. St. Kilda v. Essendon. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

:\ The dfepv^ matcb>was concluded ?¿n.tbe-St. Kfl3a ground on Saturday last. Essendon had to face the moderate total of 151 rans made by the, Saints, bjut. even this was too "much fot tbèà», "asÄey laUedliy"«? tuns fö rèaclr tbe acore. St. Kildà again went the wickets and com plied 192 raft's, tufe runs being evenly divided--between the busmen, but Dudgeon's ^ not .put was far and away .-jh-î--djis.t innings for the seasidcrs; ' , ? ',

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

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PRAHRAN AND MALVERN TRAMWAY PROJECT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

PRAHRAN AND MALVERN TRAMWAY PROJECT. At the meeting of the Malvern council on Monday evening last a letter was received from the Prahran council relative to the High street tramway resolution regarding the contribution of ¿"13,000 towards re grading the railway line. Mayor Edgar stated that Cr Lux ton, of Prahran, and he had ap proached the Premier relative to his receiving a deputation on the sub ject, but that the Premier had declined to receive a deputation until after the elections. Cr Weller moved that the Parlia mentary representatives pf the district wait upon the Premier and ask him to receive a deputation at an early date. j Cr Parslow seconded the motion. Cr Cameron said they should ask Prahran to join them in this matter. They should not lose any time, and they were not asking any favor They were prepared to pay a considerable' sumas regards the line, and-their desire was to eonfer benefits on the ratepayers. Cr Knox said he would support the resolution relative to interv...

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

All Sporting Requisites ANO : Çricket Materials. .J. K. SMITH, the Sporte Emporium; 1 " 136 Elizabeth Street MELBOURNE . CataUggae of Sporting Eeqaisites . ifreo any address. ??«1'to.l - - " --- . vf ST/;: . . - ? : L'JIftO COHPaUIIO.* Thö*StockP?rt , ? ; Rtóftdy' íor coughs and «»las. Clives f iaunediftle relief. > !

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Malvern Town Band. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

Malvern Town Band. Mr A. F. Alway, bon. secretary of the newly-formed Malvern town band, wrote to the local council on Monday evening last asking^the council to nominate three ot* its members to act on the committee of the band. Mayor Edgar stated that there were 16 efficient players in tilt proposed band, and the prospects of the band were favorable. They wanted to run the band on safe lines, and he believed a good and efficient band could be formed in their midst. ' (Hear, hear.) Cr Cameron s lid they should encourage the band in every way. The council could not give it a donation, but they could employ the band and pay them for services rendered. He would support the couneil engaging the band for a certain numb:r of band performan ces. Cr Knox endorsed the remarks of the previous speaker. Cr Carroll said he would like to know the conditions under which the band was formed. Mayor Edgar said the old band would hind over to the new band what cash and instruments it had in hand; thre...

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Valuation Assessments of Prahran. TWO VALUEBS TO BE APPOINTED. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

Valuation Assessments of Prahran. TWO VALUEBS TO BE APPOINTED. At the meeting of the Prahra: council on Monday evening last th finance committee brought up th following recommend «ion '* That applications be invited fron persons competent to value the rate able property within the city for th' year 1907-8 at a salary of £150 fo the Prahran and Windsor wards an< ¿"120 for the Toorak and South Yara wards." Cr Upton said he had no objectior to a fresh valuation being made, but be considered the work should be done by the council's officers. There were anomalies in the valuations which could be rectified. Cr Naylor contended that it was only necessary to rectify anoma'ies in the valuations, which could be done for a trifling sum. Cr Nicolson said to appoint valuers as proposed would simply mean throwing money ioto the gutter. He favored the appointment of a valuer for a certain period at a remuneration of, say. £350 per year. Cr Nathan supported (hs recom mendal ion of the fi...

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South Yarra Baptist Church. WELCOME TO THE REV. W. J. EDDY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

Sooth Yama Baptist Church. WELCOME TO THE REV. W, J. EDDY. I -^ The Rev. W. J. Eddy commenced his pastorate at the South Yarra Baptist Church on Sunday last, when there were present large and interested congregations both morn ing and evening. On Tuesday a welcome meeting to the Rev. Mr and Mrs Eddy was held in the church, at which there was a very large atten dance. The Rev. Mr Holdsworth, president of the Baptist Union, pre sided, and welcomed Mr Eddy to his new charge. Welcome speeches were also made ly the Rev. W. T. C. Storrs (Episcopalian), Rev. H S. Joyce (Congregational), Mr Todd (for the congregation cf the church). Rev. S. Pearce Carey, Mr D C. Rees, Rev. Mr Bean (Geelong), Rev. W. Clark, Rev. Mr Wilkin, Mr John Turner (Diaconate), Mr Fisher (Sunday School), Mr Williamson (Endeavour Society). Mr Watt (Open Air Mission). Mr E Prentice, ^on behalf of the Baptist Cricket Club (South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association), also welcomed the new pastor, and in doing so express...

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

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

Sweaty sca'ps breed dandrutl. Rosanrium kil's it. A ii ac hairdress ing. See page '2 - Wvt. HOLLOWAYS TILLS, (ood Spir its. Kveryoue lias frc>(ueutly ex perieuced sudden pt-r-oual chaugta from gaiety to gloom The wiud aad woa ilier oftveatin'es ree ive tbe blame wueu ;i faul'v fi¡^ *Mon i-i alone the cause of tlie ii. pres-' io. Holloway's Pills can lie linimstlv rt><;oniiiien(icil for regulating a di-onle e' stomach aad improving litres im I'hey ruliiily remove the seUHi' u/ fu ress aud oppression after eatiuy l'li y ele.ir the furred touque, aud act a. wholesome stimulant to the liver, md n geutie aperient to the bowels. They healthfully rouse both body -in! ra iud Holloway's Pills are thu bt;;-- auiidotes for want of appetite, uauwei. liituleacy, tieartburu, laagour, depressiou, auil that apathy so charac teristic nf chronic deraugenient of the digestiou. Mrs Newlywed-'. John goes to the office every morning at ten, and the last thing he does is to kiss me." Girl...

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Prahran Public Library. NEW BOOKS RECENTLY ADDED. HISTORY AND BI[?]GRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

Prahran Pablic Library. NEW BOOKS KECKNTLY ADDED. I ÍISTOKY AX» BlZi'.RAl'ltV. Poli ¡cai History of England, vol. V. Memoirs of Prir.ee Chlodwig of Hobtnioe, 2 vol«. SyDge, M.B., Short History of Social Life in England Hume, Martin, Qubens of Old Spain Wood, Sir Evelyn, Frriu M i Jshipman to Field-Mar-hal Roseb rry, Lord, Lord Randolph Churchill M orh 'JSe, E., Ntlsou's Lady Hamilton ( truyer, Paul Napoleon, Kins of ' -'-ba Cambridge History, Thirty Years' War Paul. Heibert, H ¡st .irv of Modern England, vol. Y. TltA\ ill.s. Maughan, R. C. 1"., Portugese Eatl A iriea Elkington, E , Adrift in Neu X 'aland Armitage. Lieut., Two y ¿ar s ia the Antarctic Sci'IOt.Ci, V. Spargo, J., Bitter (.'ry rf tbeChildrsn Wdi.in, Sir H., Thu Pattern Nation AKTS AM- TP.\I>I-^. Penro«e's Pictorial Annual, to')6 7 Rober a, J.. Laboratory Work in Elecrioal Engineering MaeieMinck, M., Old Fashioned Flowers Ellis, Geo., Practical Carpentry Sanford, F G., Art Crafts for Bec inners Clausen. G-., Aims and ...

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Prahran Total Abstinence Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

Prahran Total Abstinence Society. There was a good attendance at the Prahran Total Abstinence Society's meeting on Friday even ing, 15th inst., when four new mem bers were welcomed to the society. The ladies had charge of the meet ing, and entertained the members right royally. During the evening occasion was taken to present the hon. secretary, Mr J.J. Barlow, with a handsome gold medal as a token of the esteem in which he is held by the members. A beautiful picture was also present el to Mrs Barlow-the hon. organist. Several of the mem bers spoke in glowing terms of the work of both Mr and Mrs Barlow, to which they very feelingly responded; Mr Barlow said if any of the good qualities had been found in him which merited the complimentary remarks that had been made hy the different speakers, he hoped they would at least be imitated in a practical manner by the members generally. This was bot a time to be looking for presents, and, more over, from a personal standpoint, he positively...

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MUNICIPAL SUBJECTS. LECTURE BY THE CITY SURVEYOR OF PRAHRAN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

MUNICIPAL SUBJECTS. LECTURE BY THE CITY j SURVEYOR OF PRAHRAN, j _ I The Prahran Town Hall was well filled on Friday evening, 15th inst., when Mr Wm. Calder, local City Surveyor, gave an address on Muni cipal Subjects noted by him during his recent visit to England, America and the Continent. The audience (which included a number of ladies), waa a thoroughly representative one, amongst those present being the Acting Lord Mayor of Melbourne (Alderman Ham). Cr Thos. Luxton, M.L.C.. Mr Donald Mackinnon, M.L A., Professor Kernot, the Mayor of Prahran (Cr \V. Flintoff, and the Mayors, Couneiiiors, Town Clerks and Surveyors of adjoining munici palities. The Mayor of Prahran, who "llioiated as chairman, formally opened the proceedings. Mr Calder, who received a very cordial reception, said the lecture he was to deliver that evening was the outcoroe of his being commissioned by the counci to proceed to the Old Country with the object primarily of ¡> irclnsing a refuse destructor ; lie al...

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

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

G. PLEAS ANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN (Nearly oppoeite^tbe Arcade) liege to draw attention to a, few of his Special Remedies, which caa be eon fid copy recommended, having proved themselves ta be highly efficacious in the various ailments mentioned. CORN BA.NE Rod). I r .-im.ninj Hard or S>.t Corns. This well-established preparation has been luipi vi i i v thc :iddiii>.u uf an ingrédient which assists materially in reducing the di*o»u»f»irt usually uceas^ned by most cjra cures. PRICE ls pw Bottle A .?iinnu.in.] nf I'.isruuth aud IV ps i ne with Liver Stimulants and {Laxatives for Indiiresiion. U.lions, i.irer »od Sumach Complaints, Giddiness. Set Headache, Flatuknee, Hea.tbu.ru, and all disorders arising from derangement of the^digestive organs. This preparation has been given with almost unfailing success in cases of Dyspepsia, Chronic Gastric Catarrh, Gastric Irritation with sickness, and in those troublesome ¡iud difficult cases arising from sedentary habits, o...

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The Standard SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23RD, 1907. Mr Donald Mackinnon, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

Xbe Steaded SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23BD, 1907 Ur Donald Maokmnon,H.L.A. -« We must congratulate Mr Donald Mackinnon, M L.A. for Prahran, on having been honored with the position of Honorary Minister in the Beut Government. Mr Mackinnons constituents are pleased that their member has risen to a position whereby he is enabled to play a leading pan. in the administrative work of the Government of the country. Mr Mackinnon's appoint ment can hardly be said to have baen unexpected, (or it has been generally anticipated that a gentleman of his ability, excellent qualities and all round popularity would sooner or later make his mark in the political world, Mr Mackinnon's progress is certainly a feather in the cap of Prahran, and there *is not the least doubt that he will uphold the honor conferred upon him with credit to himself, the constituency, the State, and the Commonwealth of Australia generally. Again, we must con gratulate Mr Mackinnon, and we congratulate Prahran. On Thursday evening ...

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ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, February 18th. Present—Mayar Flintoft, and Crs Skinner, Upton, Luxton, Dobson, Nicolson, Densham, Williams, Chambers, Naylor and Nathan. BENEFIT CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 February 1907

. ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, February 18th. Present-Mayar Flintoff, and Crs - Skinner,Upton, Luxton.Dobson, Nicolson, Densham, Williams, Chambers,' Naylor and Nathan. UENEFIT COSCBKT. Mr Howard Bradshaw, bon. sec. ofa benefit concert that was to be tendered t> Mr Syd. Stewart ia the Town Hall cn the 22nd March, . asked for the patronage of the-May or and council to the concert. - On the motion of Cr Luxton, seconded by Cr Nathan, the request was acceded to. BOARD Ol' WORKS. Intimation was received to the effect that Cr Upton's term of o iii ce as a Commissioner of the Metropoli tan Board of Works would expire at the end of the month. Cr Luxton moved that Cr Upton be re-elected. No member of the .hoard had done more in the interests oit the ratepayers than Cr Upton. Cr Chambers, in seconding the motion, said he was pleased to hear the remarks that had fallen from the previous speaker. Without a coun cillor bal bis private business in Melbourne, it would be impossible...

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