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M.U.I.O.O.F. Cricket Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

U V-X 0-O F. Cricket Ccmpetltloa. I Good latent (Prahran) v. Rose of i Brunswick-Good Intent, 221. Mor- J phet 2t, French 22. and Brittingham ^ 118 not out. Percival 3 for Si. Gormston 3 for 69. Rose of Bress- ^ wick, 119. Stein 44, aui A. Gunn ston ¿1. Jones 3 for 37, and French 3 for 18. To-day Toorak meet Good Í Intent at Fawkner Park. ...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Malvern v. Hawkesburn II. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

Halver» 7. Sawkábun II. The former put up another good performance last Saturday by com piling 300 runs for the loss of seven wickets. The chief scorers were Plaisted 70, Miller 57, Godby 64. and Ballantyne 49. If the Malvern dose ? their innings to-day, and succeed in getting the Hawksburn out under 30J runs in the afternoon, the second grade premiership will bs practically a certainty for them.

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Hawkesburn v. East Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

Sawtaturâ v. East Kaltau». |Í Hawksburn were at booie no |81 Saturday last to East Melbourne -"jj at Toorak Park, and the caretaker r * had prepared a wicket that experts ~ ,~j¡ : sai^ba^ 001 beeo ejccelled for ten ~'3jji years,"Sud that it was? as good ZS aa Adelaide wicket- Ehst Melbourne "ll weir in, fir*ti and o^ing to the spica- - * did defence; of Kainey, who carried out bia Dae, a total of 277 was ie- - corded. Two or three new players ;J| were tried by Hawksburn with? ex- [ celle nt promise. The fielding all ? round was good, but a little more ri lodgment should have been displayed H in changing the bowling. Hawks burn are six, with all their wickets, intact.and the game is at an interest ing stage, as a loss to East MeS>. ^ would hive an important bearing on -;; the premiership. "fi

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CRICKET. St. Kil[?] Collingwo[?] [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

éfeef^ntribafërs being f1iT^^^ggg|l land* JDrohan/îèho each ma^^S^SS ; rons. EEYÎ and Fitzgerald ÎMSÊ&mÊ^ rtjbe hono&.iníthe .bowling v:#¿KI1ÍIÍSPM ^ícatsV'l^-í^^ér captcrñ^^^^^Mj ^ekel&^r.3cvand tbe iattegawi^^^^§ ^^'St£^daldid net fare too^inS'/^m at first on going in to bat, buttiiaals.^fil >Vó~Bñsé^ ol£ade42 not ont in. au Vga ^ggresar^Jslyll thevi finished ap MA 97^moA M^bur^ïckets. Ifihs ^VM| wèatherW^ultable the locals shoaM C ?! have no difficulty ia winning- "~'5f

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

^ PINEAPPLE BkAWU ^ " The Result of Having a Good Name." J. C. HUTTON respectfully requests the Public when purchasing his " PINEAPPLE BRAND " Bacon to see that it is branded with his name and trade mark, as unscrupulous traders are continually selling; cheaper brands of Bacon as HUTTON'S.

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With the Juniors. SOUTH YARRA-BAPTISTS CRICKET CLUB [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

....-. --; -V : By liONGFiELD. -, - i & . ; " ."'¡ft-: BOUT» YARRA-BAPTISTS ClUCKET C^psfL : It is three seasons back since îrJS^ wéH known local dob entered1 the SouthL Suburban Churches* Cricket Association. In 1904-5 they put up ^ ^004 perfofmâlïçe byr- gaming -third ^acein this their initial performanáí] |The preBent*èeas'on sees them, going, stronger than ever, for they only: suffered two defeats (against] Armidale Wcs'eys and Mt. Erica) rut%f -it.e JO mn cht s played, add átí iine tinii-looked a s; rong. favorite for.' the-premif rship In fact ihey ar<j_ far; ! from out of it yet, if their present form is maintained. The Baptists are among thî "lucky juniors" who "have a large and enthusiastic f >llow iug, among whom are many of the leading local supporters of junior Cricket. Their ground is centrally situated ia Fawkner Park, and Ins been the scene of some keen and close finishes. Since the club's inception 1 into the South Suburban Churches' 1 Ç^kft Ass...

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Farm and Home for Aged, Infirm and Feeble-minded Deaf Mutes. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

Farm and Home for Aged, , Infirm and Feeble-minded Deaf Mutes. A public meeting was held at the Malvern Town Hall on Thursday in aid of the proposed Farm and Home I for Age,-1, Infirm and Feeble-minded Deaf Mutes. The Mayor, Cr W. H. Edgar, M.L C., f resided, and there was a large audience. Mr W. Knox, M.P., wrote express ing sympathy with the scheme, and i enclosed a cheque for .¿"2/2/-. Crs j Parslow and Wilson al>o handed in ' cheques of £i¡\!- each, amongst other amounts from anonymous J givers. In introducing Mr Abraham, the j superintendent of the Adult Deaf and Dumb Mission, Mayor Edgar said the section of the community for whom the appeal was being made deserved support because they were so earnestly anxious to keep them selves. Really Mr Abraham's plan would relieve the state of a re sponsibility, and it would bs a gracious act on the pi rt of the Government to relax the conditions imposed, i.e., that ¿"2,000 be raised j in subscriptions by June next to j enable the comm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS. Cheat and Stomach complaints. The source and centre of almost every . ailment is impurity of the blood ; dislodge 1 this poison - and disease departs. ' Holloway's Pillsexercise the inestimable < power of thoroughly cleansing each i component part of the blood, and render- ¡ mg this finid fit to perform its important fonctions. They cope most successfully , with chest diseases, stomach complaints, { liver disorders, and many other maladies, which were once the besetting dangers 1 of mankind at certain seassns. The directions for use enable everyone to regulate the operation of these Kile with the greatest n:cety. Chronic invalids, ?nervous sufferers, and'all whom other treatment has railed to relieve, are respectfully invited to try Holloway's celebrated medicine, which will strengthen and cure them. .; " An ounce of prevention is worth I a pound of cure," Use " Rosmarium" ! before all your hair disappears. See ! page 2.-(Advt.) j LINSEED CO...

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STATE ELECTIONS. Polling Day, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

ST&TË ELECTIONS. Polling Day, March 15. The general elections for the Victorian State Parliament will be held on Friday, 15th inst. Nomina tions muet be lodged by G p.m. on Wednesday next, the G th inst. As the day of election is so near, too much time has uot been allowed candidates to prepare, and therefore the contests will be of the short and sharp description. In consequence of the fusion of parties, Mr Mackinnon« following having joined with the Government, tile contests will ba as between candidates supporting the Bent Government and candidates nomi* Dated by the Labor Party, of which Mr Prendergast was the leader in the last Parliament. Notwithstanding the shortness of time at their disposal, the various candidates have got to work with a will, and some interesting battles are anticipated.

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House Refuse, Clean Yards and Garden Plots. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

! House Befase, Clean Tards i and Garden Plots. --.-V TO THE EDITOR. .( Sir,- A.s an old resident of Prah- 1 ran, I am in accord with the 1 necessity of having a housa to house ^ inspection made. The idea of having proper dirt boxes is good, and the 1 present system is objectionable. New ' refuse receptacles should be provided ' by the council, and more care could 4 be taken in looking after them. j It would be a good idea for the ' connell to offer a prize for the best and cleanest yard in the city, includ- 1 ing a little garden, which, for health ; sake, should be in every back yard, no matter how small. Now, sir, I 1 have one of the smallest yards in 1 Prahran, and yet I have a very 1 pretty garden, which any of your 1 readers are welcome to visit. ' Yours respectfully, J F. WILSON. j 5 Walker-st., Prahran, March 1st. -^----- t

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Prahran. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

Prahran. Interest in the Prahran con stituency was considerably awakened when it became known that Mr Martin Hannah, who is a well known and esteemed member of the Labor Party, had been selected by the local branch of the Political Labor Council to oppose Mr Donald Mackinnon, the retiring member. Both candidates have addressed meetings, and leading supporters of each are working zealously on their behalf. Dr. K. H. Fetherston has been appointed chairman of Mr Mac kinnon^ executive committee.

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St. Kilda. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

I - I ! St. Kilda. j For the constituency of St. Kilda, Mr E G, M'Cuteheon, retiring, is being opposed by Mr P. M* Carthy (Labor.) The candidates have addressed meetings and explained their views on leading political questions. Mr M'Cuteheon is the selected Government candidate.

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The Standard SATURDAY, MARCH 2ND, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

ïbe Stoadacd SATURDAY, MARC ti 2ND, 1907. Harvest festival services were held at the Armadale Baptist Church on Sunday last, when the Rev. Alex. Gordon, M A., who has just returned from a six weeks holiday in New Zealand, preached appropriate sermons to large and interested congregations both morning and evening Special anthems were also rendered at both services by the ch ui ch choir. The church was beautifully decorated with the fruits of the field in honor of the occasion, the artistic arrangement of which gave the interior of the church a very picturesque appearance. The celebrations proved very successful throughout. Ac the Malvern Congregational Church on Sunday last harvest festival services were held, when the Rev. A. E. Gifford, the minister of the church, preached boch morning and evening, There were large congregations at both services. Mr B. H. Engel, surgeon dentist, of " Rothsay," 132 High street, Windsor, inserts a professional announcement in our advertising columns....

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TRAMWAY PROJECTS. PROPOSED DANDENONG ROAD LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

TRAMWAY PROJECTS. PROPOSED DANDENONG ROAD LINE. At the last meeting of che Prahran council a discussion took place in regard to the proposed line of tram way along Dandenong road, from Malvern station to flhapel etreer. It waa at the invitation of the St. Kilda council tint the Prahran council had previously appointed three delegates, viz., Crs Luxton, Dobson and Skinner, to meet a like number from the St, Kilda council to discuss the question, but Cr Luxton was the only representative on behalf of Prahran who had attended the con ference. Cr Luxton stated that be had found the St. Kilda representatives thoroughly in earnest over tbe tram way. From a personal observation be had made, he was surprised to see so many buildings being erected near the Malvern station. There was plenty of scope for the tramway. St. Kilda council had voted ¿"25 towards obtaining expert evidence in regard to the proposed line, and he now moved that the Prahran council contribute a similar amount. Messrs Ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

Nail this fact to your head. Ros marium cures dandruff, and stops hair falling out. See page 2.-Advt. C O AG U LIN E. Transparent Cement for broken articles. ' LINUM CATHARTiCUM PILLS, of Mountain Fias. Agreeably Aperient. I Worthy of trial.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

VALUABLE DISCO VKEY FOB THE HAUL-II your hair U turning grey or waite, or falling off, use " The M-»r»r»n Hoir Renewer," for it willpoñtively relton in every cate Greg or While hair to its original colour, without leaving the disagreeable smell of most " Restorers." It makes the hair charmingly beautifal, as well as promoting the growth of the hair on bald spots, whets the glands are not decayed. Ask your Chemist for " THE MEXICAX HAIE KEÎTKWEB," Bold by Chemists and Perfumers every where Wholesale depot, 33, Farringdon road, Lon don, England. BA-TO SOAP For Medical.Toilet, and Nursery use A. TILLEY, Sooth Tarra I :?

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Prahran Bowling Club. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

Prahran Bowling Glnb. There was a special general meeting of the members of the Prahran Bowling Club held at the pavilion, Grattan street, on Tuesday evening last for the purpose of amending certain rules and adopting new ones, to agree with the pro visions of the new Licensing Act. There were iS members in attendance. Mr D. S; Oakley, one of the club's vice-presidents, occupied the chair, vice the Hon. Donald Mackinnon, M.L.A... President, «ho was unavoidably absent. Members discussed the situation of the club relative to the position it would assume in regard to the new Licensing Act. Alter a long and animated discussion the following motion was put to the meeting " That at present no action be taken by the club to apply for a certificate under the Licensing Act. " This was carried by ballot by a large majority. The members then considered the election of a new secretary in the place of Mr C. M. Pickerd, who had resigned, and Mr G. II. Brown was unanimously appointed to the positi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

The " Euterpe " Society will give a grand operatic concert in the old Town Hali, Prahran, on Thursday evening next, consisting of gems from favorite grand operas. The admis sion is ls. TnaoiT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS. AU suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afl .rded by the use of "Brown's Bronchial Troches.*' These famous " lozenges " are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country. People troubled with a " backing coogh," a " slight cold," or bronchial affections, cannot try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic affections. See that the Signatare of Joha L Brown A Son is on every wrapper.-Prepared by John I. Brown & Son, Boston, U.S.A. European depot, 33, Farringdon road, Lon don, England. Rosinanum removes all hair troubles: See page 2.-Advt. 3 ?'

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Toorak. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

Toorak. In the Toorak electorate Mr Norman Bayles, retiring, and the selected Government candidate, is being opposed by Cr P. Cornwall. It is but a few months back that Mr Norman Bayles was first returned for the Toorak constituency, in succession to Mr George Fairbairn, now a mem ber of the Federal Parliament. Both - candidates have addressed meetings.

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South Suburban Churches Cricket Association. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

South Suoufbaa CRmrchw? Cricket Association, : 1 - 1 - -' \% NOTES, ;.;~| An excellent display of batting was given by the-Malvern Congregational first eleven against Pant-road Methodist. Towards the total of 293. F. Child 68, M. Beattie 60 not ont, J. Beattie 44, F. Brown 89 and E. Ellis 27 were the principal contributors J. Peers, of All Saints' Union Glob's ferne, carried hts bat torr a century Itgainst Armadale Wesleys. Some bowling figures worthy of note among the 14 matches under the control, of the ftnith Suburban Churches' last Saturday were the continued success ot ' J. Addison (St. George s. Presbyterian) .c 9 for S8 ; 6. Lewis, of same club, <> tor ^ 43 ; H Clarke {tit. Erica Wesleys) 6%K A 19 ; W. Furneaux (of aime club) 2 for 1 ; W. Barton (Prahran Presbyterians) 6 % for IS; H Button (of same «tob) S te i 22 ; V. Davidson (Armadale baptiste) £ 6 for 31; G- A. L*ird (E. Halwctt Pee«-. $ byterians) 5for 14; E. J. UtapeOQlgt % same nlnb) 5 for 15 ; J- Morriso...

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