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

Obituary. The many friends of Mr A. M. Samnell, father of the Misses F. Eveline and Josephine Samuell, the well known teachers of singing, pianoforte, and elocution, will regret to hear of that gentleman's death, after a short illness, at his residence, "Esta," Toorak road, South Yarra, on Saturday evening last. The deceased gentleman, who was the son of the late Dr. Henry Samnell, M.RCS,, of London, had bean a resident of Melbourne for some 53 years, and had resided in this district for about 17 years. For nearly 20 years Mr Samuell occupied the position of honorary medical electrician at the Homeopathic Hospital : te was highly respected and esteemed by a large circle of friends, and waa of an extremely kindly disposition. The funeral, which was a private one, took place on Monday last, the place of interment being the Kew cemetery. Mr J. AV. Hunt delivered a suitable address at the grave Much sympathy is felt for the Misses Samnell in their bereavement, They have sustained the lo...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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MUNICIPAL SUBJECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

MUNICIPAL SUBJECTS. -+- - Ia our last issue we published portion of a lengthy illustrated ad dress delivered in the Prahran Town Hall by Mr W. Calder, local city surveyor, cn municipal subjects noted by him during his recent visit io England, America and the Con tinent. Appended are further sub jects which Mr Calder dee lt with. KEI l'SE DESTRUI TORS TRO.M A HEALTH I'OI ST Ol" VIEW. lu Prah'an the question of obtain ing a refus*, destructor becan-.e ona of nc. tssity. In the past (he council had Ji=pos:-d cf the garbage by J ¡nsans cl tips, but this gradually be- j cjrne sn expensive matter, as land hu 1 t3 bv p-.uchast-J at different j times. Tue council therefore con- j side cd, af'er due consideration, that the ricilu means for lbs disposal of refuse was that a^re^d upon by a ' eorTrrtnee of municipal representa tives held in Melbourne four years' aso, itt which the unanimous rpinion ; was expressed that disposal by fire ' was tha best in every way-in fact, the univ sanitary an] ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

DEATH. SAMUELL - On the 23rd February, at "Esta," Toorak Road, South Yarra, Abraham Michael, the dearly beloved father of F. Eveline and Josephine, and the late Harry J. Samuell, of Sydney, and   eldest son of the late Dr Henry Samuell, M.R.C.S., of London, after a few hours' illness. (Interred privately 25th inst.)

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

, FLORIMKE!-FOB THE TEETH A.XD BREATH.-A few drops of the liquid " Fiori .lirije1' sprinkled upon a wat tooth brash produces a pleasant lather, wmch thoroughly ? cleanses the teeth from all parasites sr-im parities, hardens the gums, prevéate tartar, stops decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar peariy-^hUBness, and a delightful fragrance to the ijVeath ' It removes all unplcisant odour arising from deoayel teeth or tobacco smoke. " The Fragrant Ft online." being composed in parts of Honey and sweet herbs, Í3 delicious to the "taste, and the greatest toilet discovery of the ags. Of a'i rjfceinisls«1id£eiíamerfl. WholeíaJe depot« S3, Farringdon road, London, England.

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Annual Health Report of Malvorn. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

1^ At the last meeting of -the Malvern council the . following ^ep^t was received from1! Dr, Qroiond3healtjb officer;-» *. .-l ---'31 " To the secretary local Board of Health :T4-SÍT.-Herewith 1'haveJhe, honor to'present to the local, ^oard; of Health my ^annual repojt-fer ip^U The annual tlfth' raté numbers z8i;,i which, with a population ofcig-wjo,'" represents 21,6 ? per íODO, the largest for several years. The death rate, remains much about the^ ïïtjâgfTy^Zf qS, oe 7-4 pst iq;.o. Of tbesl||5oï£îis 29 were under five years^Cjage»^S over five years of age, and "4i ever" 65/ Thus 70 occurred at the ¿wo -extremes of life, 28 daring . thè interval. With regard to infectious diseases, there his been a slight decrease as compared wi<h the previous year, as the following tab*e shows :-Typhoid (1905) 16 ; (1906) 15. Diphtheria (1905)5; (1906)5. Scarlet fever (1905) 8; (1906) o. Tuberculosis (1905) 10; (1906) 8, The distribution of typhoid over the year was as follows : January...

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

DURKIN BROS., UPHOLSTERERS, No. 3 High-street, MALVERN. FURNITURE OF ALL DESCRIP TIONS RENOVATED. Lawn Mowers, Mangles, and Sewing Machines repaired. F.y Wire Doors and Verandah Blinds made. Carpets beaten and re-laid. GENERAL REPAIRS. Furniture Bought $ Sold. Late Tuner to H.M. QUEEN ALEXANDRA and H.R.Ii. THE PRINCESS OF WALES. F. BODELL, Pianoforte Tuner and Repairer, FROM J. & J. HOPKINSON, LTD., LONDON. 24 Clara Street, SOr/fH YARRA OFFICE TELEPHONE: 1172. W. E. BRUNT, M.A.,LL.B., BABBISTEB AND SOLICITOR, 76 Williams Road, Windsor, AND Meclwnics' Institute Chapel Street, Prahran Local Telephone, 8S5 Windsor. TOWN OFFICE: 31 Queen street, Melbourne. Attends all local Courts every Court Day. The Christian Brothers' COLLEGE, EAST ST. KILDA. pUPILS ARE PREPARED FOR The NEW PRIMARY, PUBLIC, AND COMMERCIAL EXAMINATIONS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE ; also for the MUSICAL EXAMINATIONS OK TRINITY COLLEGE and the LONDON COLLEGE OF Music Experts engaged for SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING...

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

G. PLEASANCE, IBCHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN Beg« to draw attention to m _fetr of ¿as Special j Bemedies, which can be confidently recommended, ii, m.???m» "I -1 having proved themselves to be highly efficacious in nHfrA'^yy «en»*-- v,]¿ the various ailments mentioned. CORK JB&NE Kur removing flard or So.t Corns. This well-established preparation has been improved by the addition of an ingredient which assists materially in reducing the discomfort usually occasioned by most corn cure«. FBICE Is- por Bottle. A compound of Bismuth and Pepsins willi Liver Stimulants and (Laxatives for Indigestion, Bilious, I.¡Ter and Stnmacn Complaint';, Giddiness. Hck Headache, Flatulence, Heartburn, and all disorders arising from derangement of the.digestive organs. This preparation has been given with almost unfailing success ia cases of pysp-'psia, Chronic Gastric Catarrh. Gastric Irritation with sickaess, and in those troublesome and di/fijult ca*es arising from sedentary habits, or...

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

HOIÍLOWAY'8 PILLS. Weak Stomachs. The wisest cannot enumer ate;-one qnarter of the distressing symptoms arising from enfeebled diges tion, ail of which may be readily dispelled by these admirable Pills, líiey toase the stomach, liver, and every other organ, helping digestion to that healthy tone which folly enables it to convert ail. we eat and drink to the nourishment of' oar bodies. Hence these Pills are the sorest strengtheners .and the safest restoratives in nervousness, wasting and chronic debility. Holloway's Fills remove all unpleasant taste from the mooth and are infallible remedies for impaired appetite, eructations, flatulency, consti pation, «nd a moltitnde of other disagreeable symptoms which render miserable the lives of thousands. -These Pigs are approved fay all classes. You will make a '* Fair Decision '* if you decide to buy a bottle of £L¿m^nm this month. ..See page 3.

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ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. Monday, February 25th. Present—Mayor Gibbs, and Crs Stedeford, Barnet, O'Donnell, Billson, Jacoby, Pittard and Hughes. LYONS' PREMISES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

ITEMS FB05I BT KILDA i CITY COUNCIL. j Monday, February 25th. Present-Mayor Gibbs, Iked Ors Stedeford, Barnet, O'Donnell, Billson, - Jacoby, Pittard and Hughes. MTONS' PREMISES. Ia ocmseqaence of complaints made by certain ratepayers in regard to premises known as Lyons'dairy, the council had referred the matter to the Board of Health wifh'a view to an officer of the board making an inspection of the place. Inspector Roche did so, and he reported as follows-" In company with the , medical officer of health and sanitary I inspector, I visited Mr Lyons/ pre- I I mises re effluvium nuisance from the | storage of brewers' grains. At the present juncture I think it junneces sary to traverse the grounds' as set out in previous reports on this mat ter, more particularly the recent report by Dr a'Beckett. Judging by the conditions existing at the time of my visit, and being informed that no efforts have been spared to detect the nuisance on the part of the health authorities, even to a seri...

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Southern District Cricket Association. RESULT OF THE SIXTH ROUND. FORTROSE V. SOUTH YAREA. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

Southern District Crlokot . ; Association. REtVJIiT Or THE SIXTH ROUND. | KOETEOSE V. SOOTH VAREA, :| Played on the latt< r club's ground, ï and resulted in a win for the former t>v8wicke:s and 3 runs. For the Z Fortrose H. J. Taylcr 25, W. James 5 25 and C. McLean 32 not out ail A batted well, while their bowling was done by B. Taylor- 4 for 53, Jim James 3 for 16, H. Dawson 7 for 62, 4 and John James 3 for t8. For the South Yarra, P. Shanahan 44 battel best, D Disher 6 and 25 not our, W» Foley 25 and R. Fraser 17 batted well, while ti eir bow ing was pria- ^¿t ctpally done by J. Wilde 5 for 3g, fi. %S Jackson 3 for 36 and W. Foley v' 2 for 22. Both teams fielded well, 14 catches being recorded. XOSEDALE V. SHERWOOD COLLEG14JÎS. Won by Rosedale by 68 runs. The scores were-Rosedale 113 and no, Sherwood 88 and 67. . " .. FEDSBAL Ti OAKLEIGtJ. - I Federaliwon by~Srunsan the (irá tannings. - . .-V COMMERCIAL ROAD METHODIST Vi - COLLEGE LAWS " ' Won by .the former club, ma...

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

All Sporting Requisites AND Cricket Materials. J. K. SMITH» The Sports Emporium, 136 Elizabeth Street MELBOURNE . Catalogue cf Sporting Requisites free any address Perseverance Tent, I.O.B., No. 34 Prahran. The above ten'. mK on Tuesday evening la^t. The CR., Bro. Stafford, presided. Seine important business wag transacted, and it was decided, on the motion of Bro. Kemp, that the C. I', and Deputy officially represent the Tent at the opening oí the new tent at Windsor. Resolved also that Bro. the Hon. S. Mauger be asked to preside at the ^annerly meeting to be held March 12th. The CR. then read two of the Eechabite Lectures, üie first being the " Name 1 and o'igin of our Order," which trased the growth of our order from its inception up to the present time. The second one was "The Govern ment of our Order,'' which dwelt ou the duties of officers and meinb-ers and the laws of government cl the order and tents. Both lectures were attentive'}' listened to by the members. The meeting cl...

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Jubilee of Malvern. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 2 March 1907

Jubilee of Malvern. The jubilee of local government in Malvern, will, it is proposed, be commemorated by the erection of a band rotunda in the local cricket ground, says a recent issue of the " Age." Malvern's fifty years' history is an interesting sidelight on the wonderful growth of Melbourne suburbs during half a century of existence. Gazetted a road district on 8th November, 1856. Gardiner's Creek, as the market gardening and dairy farming suburb was named, was for a time governed by well known pioneers in G. Rutherford, R. Kent, E. F. Fitwell, E. Scott (of Scott's Hotel), R. McClure, E. S. Smith and R. Nash. At the first meeting, at Wattle Tree Hotel, Mr Partridge's tender for road making was accepted. The first valuation, on 20th February, 1857, stated the assessment to be £9006, and a rate cf 1/- brought in £400. Valuations had only risen to "11,245 by 1870, but then began a period of active, quirk progress, resulting in a declaration of the district as a shire on 26th May, 1...

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Southern District Cricket Association. FEDERAL V. FORTROSE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907

OoBtlBasd from pife 3. Southern District Cricket Association. I bl i EBAL V. 1-JETnOSE Played ia Albert Park. The home team batting first, made 77, while the visitors hare lost 5 wickets for 15. SOUTH YARRA V. SHERWOOD COL LEG I ANS. South Yarra gire the Collegian* a walk over owing to their being unable to put a team on the lield. several of the second eleven having been chosen to plav with the lirst eleven OAKt.B! .M V. CuLLKoH LAWN. The Lawn claim a walk over, owing to the non appearance of the Oakleigh Club. Hoi ! DAI.K V. COMMERCIAL li^.W Mt ni ;pr-r. This match is bein;: played on the latter club's ground in Fawkner Park. The Methodists scored 1G9 for 8 wickets : L Taylor 22, H. Haughton .M, \V Goodbody 22. T. Davidson 22. J. Dividson 2«, and H. Gill 12, both tho latter lutsmen being not out The Koseda'e bowling wai done by A. Mil s 2 for 17, S. E ld;ngton 3 for 48, W. Walters 1 tor 37 J. Tilley 1 for 41 and J. Atkinson 0 for 12

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Malvern v. Hawksburn II. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907

lUlvain v. Sawka«ua XX. Malvern closed their innings with 1309 for seven wickets and tried to get the Hawksburn out in the after- noon. This they failed to do as the Hawks made 277 for the loss of nine ? wickets and just saved the game. E. [ Bush saved the game with a timely I innings of 1 ig.

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St. Kilda v. Collingwood. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907

fit, mu* y. OoPinarwoPi ||j ! The Salats had rio difficulty in* topping Collmgivopd s fi«st tanings' I score of 14g, their to a! reaching soi 3 Tuns. j. lines, viba was top scorer * wjirti 46, did^ notii&Jad many to bis ; over wesk score,' but nevertheless he í was easily first for his side, and his - innings was a first rate one. A. Dudgeon put together 29 ia a 5 creditable manner. Collingwood on going to the wickets a,second time totalled J 38 for seven wickets, Cheswass 33 and Prosser 29 both not out, saving their side from a collapse. Earl three for 62 and Armstrong two for 26 did the bowling. ~,.

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CRICKET. West Melbourne v. Hawkesbury. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907

TT"1 Sufi Wttnm v. Saviaborè tewy,«n^ít ÍB diffioalt to MMutôi for euch hjfoot total M .ISO/^'fkipi^^ hignett «carera vera-Jone* ^Stf^Ê Horan 81, and Jenniñga IS not ont. - vg

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Wattle Lodge, U. A. O. D. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907

Wattle Lodge, U.Ä O.D. Tiie quarterly meeting of tbe abo re lodge (female branch), was held ia the Protestant Hall on Monday, Feb. 24th. It is gratifying to report that the lodge has been making rapid progress during the last few months. The treasurer's report showed a credit balance of £274. The new District President was present, : and was heartily ' welcomed by the sisters. On Monday next, March 10th, a grand conceit will be held in the lodge room. A first-class programme has been arranged, many leading prize winners taking part- Admission is by Kilver coin. Proceeds arc to bc given to the Austin Hospital. Doors opeu at 880".

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907

8WMt» . mon axneabla method el »dnSa> istsrtaf tb« «alf «.rulo RcsMdy teUlMOMl ar US 1*00,1 .Br «4»p» SaMwTiinb) IT , THOMM KEATING, CMtrton.

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Tree Planting in Malvern. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907

, Tree Planting in Malvern. At the meeting of the Ma'vern Council on Monday evening last Cr Holmes drew attention to the desirability of planting that portion of Dandenong road with trees from the subway to Hayward's Hotel, and stated that he was of opinion that they would be lacking in their duty if they did not attend to this matter. Tree planting would set off Malvern in a degree that could hardly be estimated, and would enhance the appearance of the town. Cr Cameron said the matter had been under the consideration of the Malvern and Caulfield Councils. He understood the idea was to shift the road to the Malvern side and have tiro raws of trees between the road and the railway. He understood the j matter had been discussed by the ( Caulfield Council, and that plans had ' been prepared, the only question was that of money. The value of the work was inestimable. It would help to make the road less dusty.and make an attractive avenue. Cr Carroll pointed out that the I only difficult...

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Rechabites Advancing. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907

Reohabites Advanoîng. - - Windsor is pleased with itself, for Friday, the rst inst, proved a red letter day in the history of temper- ance work in this portion of our progressive district. For some time past efforts have been put forth to institute a branch of the I.O R., and the requisite number being procured, the Tent was officially opened in Union street, Windsor, on the date mentioned. The district officers were represented by the D.C.R., Bro. H J. Gunner, and the organizer, Bro. John Vale, these brethren being sup- ported by a number of P.C R.'s from other tents. In addition quite a contingent of members from local tents were present. After the initiation of members had taken place, office-bearers were elected, the principal offices being filled by Bro. A. H. Woodful (chief ruler), Bro. Chinchen (deputy ruler), Bro. Aston (treasurer), and Bro. Trevena (secretary). Bro. H. F. W. Kruger, P D.C.K., gave a short and impressive address to the newly-elected officers. After the forma...

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