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COMMENTS BY MR DONALD MACKINNON. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907
COMMENTS BY MR DONALD MACKINNON. Speaking in the Prahran Town Hall on Tuesday evening la^t, Mr Mackinnon took occasion to reply to one or two charges that had been made against him and his party by his opponents. The chair was occupied by Mr Phipps, and there was a crowded attendance. Mr Mackinnon said that the first charge that had been made against him was that he had made speeches against Mr Bent three years ago. Those speeches were not bad speeches tor a first attempt at lead- ing an Opposition. (Laughter.) A good deal of what was then said was of value even now, and had hal a good deal of effect on the person to whom they were directed. He had then accused the Government of insincerity, but he found that it was carrying out the reforms it advo- cated, and as an honest man he was bound to support the Government. The very gentlemen who were ac- cusing him because of his alliance with the Government were charging the Government with having stolen planks from their platform. What t...
Toorak. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907
Toorak. Norman Bayles, üblicher, Toorak, selected Ministerialist Gr Frank H. G. Cornwall,salicitor, Malvern, Ministerialist Tlie goneral elections for the Victorian Legislative Assembly take place on Friday next, 15th inst. Buring the past week candidates have been busy addressing indoor and outdoor meetings, and as the day of election approaches increased interest is being displayed in the various contests. In the Prahran constituency Mr Donald Mackinnon has been kept busy addressing meetings, and bas received gratifying receptions from old and nee friends and supporters It is recognised that since entering Parliament Mr Mackinnon has worthily and ably represented the electorate of Prahran, and naturally thc more enthusiastic of his friends and supportera speak very confidently as to the result of next Friday's contest, for they fed that the elec- tors will reward a career ot honorable political service, and again return Mr Mackinnon at thc head of thc poll. Mr Martin Hannah, who i...
[TEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, March 4th. Present—Mayor Flintoft, and Crs Nicolson, Densbam, Williams, Skinner, Upton, Luxton, Nathan, Chambers, Naylor and Miller. MR CALDER'S LECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907
[TEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, Mardi li li. 1-'reseal-Mayor Flinton., and Crs Nicolson, Densh&m, Williams, slcinner,Uptoo, Luxton, Nathan, Chauib;r«, N»ylor and Miller. MI; iM,l>Bu's LIX I l lili. l in- Kichiiiond council wroto lu »mg lhauks t r the invitation tl h.i 1 In fi txlended io the meroin nt the council to attend the lecti uri'utly deliveieJ by Mr Ca!d:r,c ?omeyor ci Prahran, on municij iiu'.ti'ts connected with his tc ,iluo ul Thc Richmond couti coü-i .ituiated Mr l'aider on I higli'y instructive and lutcteti K i tun . MK |'.&lt;X.M li MAA ktNKCN Wt' l'KA.\ \\ A\ MATTHt>. Mi Donald Mickiauon wrc th.inking lite council fir its letter cougrauilatijn on his having joini tin; Government as a Honora Minis'.er. " I trust," added A Mirki'inon, *\n»t wo will be ab'e i > operate together for the welfa of our district." Mr Mackinnon also wrote stat ii that lie would c -operate with Mess Norman Bayles and 1"'. Madden r Ut ive lo arranging a deputati...
V. P. D. A., Prahran. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907
V.PD.A, Prahran. TL 2 aboce held their monthly dravciugroom meeting on March 5th, I at" the residence of Mrs Kirby. - The j president, Hrs Morris, was ia the chair. Elocutionary and musical items were given fay Mr Round sud Mr Webb. The president of the branch, Mr W. Bound, read the constitution, emphasising the several clauses for the benefit of visitors present. Yice-Presidejifc Mr Webb read a paper on «? No Surrender." A hearty vote of thanks was tendered at its close to Mr Webb, also to others who assisted to make a pleasaut evening.
The Standard SATURDAY, MARCH 9TH, 1907. Is Immigration Necessary? [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907
The Standard SATURDAY, MAR^ü 9ru, VJQ1. Is Immigration Necessary? The question above asked is a direct one, and we have no hesitation in giving a direct answer ia the affirmative. Here is a country with almost boundless wealth, with great undeveloped resources, and with immense possibilities, carrying a population a little more than half that ot London, and yet we hear politi- cians talking about our being a "great nation.'' We have a population of some i j to the square mile, whilst the Old Country has 420, and Western Australia only averages about a quarter of an individual per square mile, not the number of a one third-rate town io England. All colonists who take a trip home, our Press generally; M's P. and public men are writing and speaking con- tinually upon the need for population, aud yet no united and forcible effort is pat forth to gain the end. It is amusing to hear men talk, when comparing Australia with Canada, about the work of the High Commissioner of Canada, as if th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907
Y A LUIDLE DlSCOVKIlY N>B THE HAIU.-li your hair ia turning grey or white, or foiling off, use " The Mexican Hair Renewer," for it will(.oiitivcly rutort in every case Grey or \nite hair to ite original colaar, without loiving the disagreeable smell ol' most " Uestorers.1' It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting tho growth of the hair on bald spots, where the glands ero not decayed. Ask your Chemist for .' THE MEXICAN HAIR RENEW KB," sold by Chemists »nd Perfumers everywhere Wholesale depot, 38, Farringdon road. Lon don, England. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. Weak Stomachs. The wisest eanuot enumer- ate one quarter of the distressing symptoms arising from enfeebled diges- tion, all of which may be readily dispelled by these admirable Pius. They rouse the stomach, liver, and every other organ, helping digestion to that healthy tone which fully enables it to convert aU we eat and drink to the nourishment of our bodies. Hence these Pius are thc surest strengtheners and tho ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907
THROAT AFKECTIOSS AN» HOASSKNKSS. All suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness wilt be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by the ase ot "Brown's Bronchial Troches/' These famous « lozenges " are now sold by most respectable chemists io Ons country. People troubled with a " h«rfci»«fl cough," a "slight cold," or bronchial affections, cannot try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result tn serious Pulmonary and á^matte aûèctioas. See that the Signatare ot John L Brown & Son is on every wrapper.-Prepared by John I. Brawn & Boa, Boston, U.S.A. European depot, SS, ifarrlngdoa road, Lon- don, England. Rosmanum removes all bair troubles. See page 2.-Advt. CLARKE'S B.41. PIUS. A Warranted Cur* loi all AegnlMd er OoptUtnUoasI DtaebugM ham tl» Brtwu» Fun In fl» Sack. Md *» KHncy DUorfett. Fret fwy
Prahran Competitions. DEPUTATION TO THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907
Prahran Comprtitíw».^ -,-A . DEPUTATION TO THE COUNCIL. At the meeting of the Prahran council on Monday evening last a deputation from the - Prahran Literary and Debating Bwiejty, consisting of Messrs W. E.; Brimt, M.A., LL.ÏÎ., Sambell. H. Lieb^rt, Geo. Brown and A, C. Greenwood, attended for the purpose of urging the council tore-consider its decision not to allow a reduction of more than 20 per cent, for the hire of the Town Balis for tte Competi-ions proposed to be held this year. The deputation was introduced by Cr Chambers, president of the society, who, at the outset, said he, as a councillor, was one of those wnp had voted in favor of the' council in- holding its fixed charges in reierim.e to the letting of the Town Halts. Mr Brunt, the first speaker, said they had come to a crisis in the history of the society. Unless the council made di greater red|iiNt>n in thc reaté t>! the Town Ham? than, they had done for two years pfsfc^-i. or unless the society raised funds in ...
Prahran Total Abstinence Society. A RETROSPECT READ AT GENERAL MEETING, 1ST MARCH, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907
Prahran Total Abstinence Society. -.- i A RETHOSIJECT BEA» AT GENERAL MEETING, ist MARCH, 1907. The P.T.A.S. was formed in 1900. The first president was Mr Chas.Dun- ham, who continued as president tiil Jan. 30th, 1906, and along with Mrs Fleiner, Mrs Findley tnd ex-Tr ea surer Webs'.er, constitute the oldest adult members of the society. During the first year there were some half-dozen secretaries. The membership was made up of some five adults and about 30 children : average attendance, seven to ten. Meetings were held twice monthly during the first year, at the end of which the Society stood in debt about £4. The reconstruction of the society took place in 1901, when our present secretary tc ok over the rein6ofthis particular department. Fortunately for the P.T.A.S. in Mr J. J. Barlow was found the man pre-eminently fitted tn every way for carrying out the important duties of thu otlice. Firstly the debt was tackled, and at the end of the second year the corner was turned, and a ...
Wedding. NOTT—WILLIAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907
NOTT-WILLIAMS. | The wedding of Mr W. TJott, son of Mr and Mrs J. Nott, of Moonee Ponds, *nd Mies C. A. H. Williams (Lottie), youngest daughter of Mri and Mrs W. H. Williams, of Wind- \ sor,-took placé on Wednesday after- noon, at St. George's Church, £. St. Kilda. The Church waa prettily decorated by friends of tbe bride. The bride, who was given away by her father, was handsomely gowned in coronation silk, the bodice draped with beautiful point lice. She wore the customary wreath and veil, and carried a white shower bouquet. The bridesmaids were the Misses Violet Gillman and Minnie Sims, who wore pale blue silk, with wreath acd veil, and carried pale blue staffs I decorated wi h pink Howers, draped with blue chiffjo. Th: bridegroom's gift tj the bride was s y old pendant and chain, and to the bridesmaids, gold wish-bone broochts. The best mau was Mr D^uecher- Mr Chas. Kerry, organist at St. George's, presided at the organ, und Miss Louie Sims sang a solo. After the ceremony a rece...
SPORTS RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907
SPORTS RESULTS. Girls' Raco, between 4 and 7 M. Williams, 1, M. O'Neil 2, V. Bent 3. Boys' Race, between 4 and 7-Bob King i, Fred Allan 2, W. Rolfe 3. Girls* Dace, between 7 and io Nellie Allan 1, Nora Webb 2, Eda Matthews 3. Boys' Race, between 7 and io-J. Finklestein 1, W. Manning z, R. Fryer 3. Girls'Race, between io and 14 - Lily Webb 1, Bertha Ross 2, Lily Coulton 3. Boys' Race, between io and 14 Horace Palmer 1, A. Pontin 2, Gordon Martin 3. Youths' Handicap, between 14 and iS-M. Jacobs i, E. French a, C. Hogan 3. Youths' Handioap, between 18 and 21-J. Dougherty 1, H. Hogan 2, F. Bailey 3, Prahran and South Yarra Tradesmen's Members* Handicap J. Mitchell i, W, Bishop 2, W. Manning 3. Old Bullers' Handicap - E. Turnbull 1, W. Cackett 2, J. Mico 3. Committee Race-S. M. Roach 1, L Morris 2, J. Mitchell 3, F. Turnbull 4. Scalping the Indian-This race provoked a good deal of amusement. The competitor had to wear a hood, ant*, with a stick which he had to carry, proceed in the direc...
Prahran and South Yarra Trades Pionic. AN ENJOYABLE EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907
Prahran «nd South Tarra \ Trades Pionic. j AN ENJOYABLE EXCUBSION. Despite the fact that the weather of Wednesday morning lut «as somewhat threatening, a Urge company availed themselves of the opportunity of spending a pleasant day with the members of the Prahran and South Yarra Trades Clubs, on thc occasion of their annuli marine excursion to Sorrento, and which proved to be one of the most success- ful functions of the kind thc clubs have ever held, .luit prior to the | hour of embarking on the Hygeia at the St. Kilda pier, the sun shone forth, and proved a happy omen for the day. The gathering on board wa? a , very representative one. air Donald Mackinnon (presidentof th5 Prahran Trades Club), was present, as was ! also Mr George Fairbairn, M.H.K , | Hon. T. Luxton, M.L.C., His Worship the &fâyor of Prahran (Cr W. Flinton). Crs Naylor Chambers, Nicolson, Dobson, Williams, and Nathan ; Cr Baragwanath (South . Melbourne), Mr \V. Hardman, I president Sou h Yarra Trades ' Clu...
Prahran Refuse Destructor. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907
Prahran Refuse Destructor, i At r'rihran council oti Monday iLc toilowiDj; recommendations by the destructor committee (Cr Skinner chairman) were adopted That the contract between the council and Messrs Meldrum Bros for the supply and erection of a terusc destructor in Prahran be agreed to and confirmed, as per con- ditions and specification:? submitted herewit li. That plans and specifications sub- mitted herewith for the erection of a refuse destructer buildings and | chimney in Prahran be adopted, and tenders invited for the same. , The council passtd a sum of I L'42¿o, which covers half the cost of the purchase of the destructor. As the outcome of a suggestion made by Mr Calder, the council agreed to write letters to a number of profesional gentleme 1 through- out Great Britain who had rendered valuable assistance to Mr Calder, city surveyor, duriuy his recent tour abroad. " KEATINGS POWDER" destroys BUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES and all other insects, whilst quite harmless to dom...
Brighton Road State School. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907
Brighton Road State School. The pupils of the afore tchool are now practising hird in order to coin p'ete a military dialogue to be held m the St. Kilda Town Hall on Wed- nesday, March 27th. The proceeds are to go towards the re-eatabliahment of the St. Kilda Cadets. Then » good reason to believe that it will be a great euccesp. The management ia in the banda of Mr J. Williami. Mr D- Bishop has consented to take the onerous duty of stage manager, while the aeenie artist ia Mr F. Chamberlin The whole has bean promoted by Mr A. Cheal, who ia sparing no effort to make the affair a aueeesa. To Mr ot writing the piece xor the ooeaaion, which ia entitled « A Soldier's Way," and has been set to patriotic mane. The piece ia supposed to depict barrack life, and contains » treason plot, lore scene, court martial and the execution of the villain;
South Suburban, Churches' Cricket Association. TENTH ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 9 March 1907
South Suburban, a&ute&èa' Cricket Association. I'Ii NTH KOUNU. A great tussle was witnessed in Albert Park between the undefeated St. Matthew's 2nds and St. John's 'iuds who have only been beaten once. St Matthew's compiled 76 and 67, while St. John's replied with 77 and Ot. The match, which virtually secures St. Matthew's the second grade premiership, wat» witnessed by a large aud enthusiasti&lt;; crowd of spectators. Howard, Grinlicgton, Miller and Duncan for St Matthew's, and Morrison, Baird, Byham, Dawes and Mcinnes for St. John's, wera the chief performers in the inatch. Another exciting match was wit- nessed between Malvern Presbyterians and South Tarra Preebvteriane. The latter compiled 125, while Malvern, « ho of late have been compiling big scores consistently, only reached 114. South Yarra won by ll on first innings amidst great excitement, as this brings Malvern donn from the leading position and leaves St. John's on top. The three remaining matche...