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Trades' Cricket. PRAHRAN TRADES V. FERN TREE GULLY CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 16 March 1907

Trades' Cricket.     PRAHRAN TRADES V. FERN TREE GULLY CLUB. The return match between these clubs was played at Hawksburn ground on Wednesday last, and after a very well contested match, victory was in the hands of the home team, the scores being - Trades 86, Gully 72. The principal scores were - For the winners Ruddle 20, Raphael 17, Rennie 21, and for the losers Stevens, an old veteran who played against the Trades at the Gully 26 years ago, made 21 and retired, and Todd 18. All the acknowledged reliable bats at the early stage of the game fell to the bowling of Amor and Furneaux, 6 wickets being down for 54, when Stevens and Todd made the only stand of the innings. Manning 2 for 6, and Rice 3 for 8, secured the bowling honors. Cox, for the Gully, bowled unchanged, and secured 8 wickets at a nominal cost. Light refreshments were dis pensed during the match. Tea was provided at the Coffee Palace, to which, after the hardly fought match, full justice was do...

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MALVERN HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907

MALVERN HARRIERS. The annual meeting of the Mal vern Harriers was held in the Tradesmen's Club rooms, Malvern, on the 20th inst, when there was a good muster ol members, and Mr G. G. Arcas oocupied the chair. The secretary's report and balance sheet, which were read and adopted,showed a sound state ol affairs, and from the enthusiasm displayed there is every prospect of a highly succcessful j season. The following office bearers j were elected for the season 1907-8 President, Mc G. G. Arcus (re elected) ; captain and delegate V.A.A.&., Mr C. A. R. Clarice ire elected) ; vice-captain, Mir C. A. Hardy ; treasurer, Mr C. J. Fraser (re-elected) ; committee, Messrs W. Willis, H. ». Lock and P. C. Eve rist; hon. auditor, Mr W. L Dale, A.S.A.A. (Eng.) ; press correspon dent, Mr Henry W. Malloch ; hon. secretary, Mr James Donald j handi capper, Mr C. A. R. Clarke (re elected.)

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Armadale Baptist Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907

I Armadale Baptist Literary j j Society. ! _.- ! The above society opened its eighth < session on the 5th inst., with a first class musical and elocutionary even ing. There were over r50 ladies and gentlemen present and all the items j were appreciatively received. The following.evening was devoted to the ! reading of the first and second prize j essays on the question " Whether | the existence of a wealthy leisured j class is a benefit to the community." ! This competition was held at the latter end of 1906, the first prize being won by Mr James Donald and the second by Mr Henry W. Malloch. Mr D. G. Bees officiated as judge. List Tuesday before a good atten dance Mr H. Green opened a debate on the subject " That the abolition ol such vices as drinking and gambl ing would ease the struggle for existence," Mr Donald opening in the negative. A very interesting debate ensued. Nine new members have already been elected this year, and the prospects of the society are brighter ...

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St. Matthew's Sunday School Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907

===== I St. Matthew's Sunday School j Anniversary. j -?- I -' ! Last Sunday week anniversary ! services were held in connection with St. Matthew's Sunday School. Large congregations attended at each j service. The preachers were-Rev. ' A. J. Priest, Rev. A. B. Tress, and Kev. W. H. Gardiner. The Sunday school choir, led by Mr William Davies, filled the choir stalls, and charmed everyone present with their bright and happy singing. Special anniversary hymus were sung at each service. At the morning service Jackson's " Te Deutn " and " Jubi late," and in the evening Ebden's " Magnificat " and " Nunc Dimittis" were all splendidly rendered. Ihe offertory anthem at night, Nicboll's "The Name of Jesus," was excep tionally well sung, and Miss Gertie Winkelmann's singing of the solo part was very creditable. Mr Chas. Headen presided at the organ in his usual efficient manner. The offer tory for the day amounted to over £32. The services were repeated last Sunday for the church debt, the off...

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

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

" The Result of Having a Good Name," J. C. HUTTON respectfully requests the Public wheo 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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Town Clerk of Prahran. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907

Town Clerk of Prahran, j Ai a receut meeting of thc Prahr. Council, Councillors Henry Uplo Sydney A. Chambers and Rupert Nie son were appointed a special committ to inquire into some alleged irregula: ties by the town clerk (Mr A. M. Mortie in connection with the municipal co certs accounts. At tho meeting of tl council on Monday evening last, ( Upton, ou behalf of the comtnitte i eported that the town clerk had be« guilty of thc following irregularities i. He has paid the moneys received frc municipal concerts into a banking accou operated upon by himself solely, 2. Such moneys have not been paid ir the city municipal funds as soon as th ought to have been, and be has used sor of the said moneys for irregular purposes. 3. Moneys which he has received frc ratepayers and others which should ha been paid into the said banking account : has neglected to pay in. 4. During the last two years he has b; to make up at various times sums ambur ing in the whole to £85 gs 6d, so as square the ...

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Malvern Band. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907

Malvern Band. It is intended to start a band for beginners in Malvern, which will enable any who aspire to become members of a band an excellent opportunity of qualifying themselves to occupy such a position. The cost of tuition will be sixpence per week, and instruments may be hired at the rate of five shillings per month, which amount on being paid will be deducted off the cost of the instru ment. Further particulars relative to the matter may be obtained from Mr H. J. King, High street,Malvern, or Mr A. F. Alway.

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Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907

Presentation. At the South Yarra Baptist Church on Tuesday evening last, Miss Florrie Evans, who has occupied the position of honorary organist of the church for the past thirteen years in a very efficient manner, was made the recipient (prior to her departure for a trip to the Old Country) of a handsome dressing case, as a token of the high esteem in which she was held. The Rev. W. J. Eddy, who made the presentation, spoke in very high terms of the excellent and untiring sé vices which Miss Evans had rendered the church for so many years past, and in the course of a few appropriate remarks wished her a pleasant trip and a safe return. The reverend gentleman's remarks were heartily endorsed by all present. Mr Harley, choir master, suitably responded on Miss Evans' behalf.

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ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, March 18th. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907

ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, March ISth. Present-Mayor Flintoff, and Crs Nicolson. Densham, Williams, Skinner,Upton, Laxten, Nathan, Chamber?, Naylor, Miller and Dobson. IK WI KA N CIIV 1I.\M>. l'IlTAlNlNl. SEW I'NIKOIvMi. Mr F, A. Ciray, lion. sec. of thc Prahran City Baud, wrote askin§ permission 1 r thc band to have thc u--e ot" the Victoria (¡atilens ¡or ac evening, a ter the close i f thc coun cil's sci ¡es of concerts, f r the p ir p< Sc ui koliing an entertainmea: on behalf of ihf? fund which thc; band i-, raising ;o purchase ne¿v uniforms. The letter continued " Tho uuiforrus of the baud luve doue some eiyht years' servico. sud »re at promeut iu a eouditiou thal will uot .staud further repaiiin^ We ara placed IQ thc p sidon that before uext summer uew umformt must b:i purchased at au estimated cost uf ¿I-'"- Pow J rds this aiuouut the bäudsiuou have laid aside from aiBW'Jfiuis thr^ suru cf ¿MO, leav ing ;i difference of i.Vi.~> 1 r. \<...

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Prahran FootbnU Glob. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907

Prahran FootbnU Glob. The annual meeting oF the Prah ran Football Club «as held in the Empire Hall last evening. Under the heading " Financiá!f^\wecalithe i following from the annuál report:-. "As members are aware, the position of the club financially was anything but satisfactory, and your committee gave serions consideration to several proposals ior the improve ment of same. The first action taken was to approach the Hawksburn CC. with a proposai for a joint lazaar, and this idea was carried to a successful issue, resulting; in an ad dition of £69 163 lld to the funds of the club, a result which, while dis appointing to the executive who organised the bazaar, was most gratifying to your committee. Our vice-President, Mr . R. J. Wyles, acted as one of the secretaries of the bazaar, and much of the success achieved was due to his energy. To mark in a small degree their appre ciation of his efforts, Mr Wyles was asked to. accept, on behalf of Mrs Wyles, a gold braoelet, subscribed f...

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

HOLLOWAYS PILLS. Good Spir its. Everyone bas frequently ex perienced sudden personal changea from gaiety to gloom. The wind and wea ther oftentimes receive the blame when a faulty digestion is alone the canse of tile depression. Holloway's Pilla can be honestly recommended for regulating a disordered, stomach and improving digestion. They entirely remove the sense of fatness and oppression after eating. They clear the furred tongue, and act as a wholesome stimulant to the liver, and a gentle aperient to the bowels. They healthfully rouse both body and mind. Holloway's Pills axe the best antidotes for want of appetite, nausea, flatulency, heartburn, langoor, depression, and that apathy so charac teristic of chronic derangement of the UNSEED COMPOUND- Trade Mark of Ksj'e Comoound Essence of IiinseeJ. for co itt» ?nd colds. Yeast-What happens when your wife loses her temper ? T Henry Peck-Oh, Ï get it.

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

"KEATINGS POWDER" destroys [ BUGS, FLEAS, MOTHS, BEETLES and i all other insects, whilst quite harmless to domestic animals. In exterminating Beetles the success of this powder is extraordinary. It is perfectly dean in application. See the article you purchase is " HEATING'S, "and with the signature THOMAS KEATING on each tin, aa imitations are noxious and in effectual. Sold in tins, 6d and is each, by alt chemists. You will make a " Fair Decision " if you decide to buy a bottle of Rosmarium this month. See page 2. J -{Advt.)

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The Standard SATURDAY, MARCH 23RD, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907

Tba Stauda**! SATURDAY, MARCH '23ED, 1907. The choir of Elsternwick Presby terian Church, corner of North roa< and New street, will render " Th< Crucifixion" on Sunday evenin, next. Mr James Wade and M Maurice Daniell are engaged to sin¡ the solo music. The Loyal O. T. Orr Lodge, M.L Oddfellows, will hold a concert an bioscope entertainment, in aid of th Prahran Ladies' Benevolent Societ) in the New Town Hall, Prahran, o Wednesday, March 27, at 8 p.rr A splendid programme has been ar ranged. Tickets 2/- and 1/-, childre half price. Mayor Flintoff wi! occupy the chair, and Mr A. A Myers is officiating as secretary. To-morrow special services will b held at the Salvation Army Barrack: Victoria street, Prahran, when Stafl Captain Hardy (who was station© as a lieutenant in Prahran some 1 years ago, when Staff-Captai Mackay, the present officer in charg of the Prahran corps, was then i Prahran) will take part in th services. On Tuesday and Wednes day evenings next C...

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Princess's Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907

Princess's Theatre. At the above popular theatre the Ward and Willoughby company bave scored another success in R. C. Carton's popular ' comedy '* Mr j Hopkinson." All through the week good houses have been recorded, and Melbourne theatre-goers are deter mined to give them a good send-off, aa these are their farewell appearances in this city. The company is under the direction of Edwin Geach, and close their season on Tuesday even ing next.

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SACRED CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907

SACRED CONCERT. Under the conductorship of Mr A. E. Harley a splendid sacred concert was held in the Church on Tuesday evening, when the building was crowded with a large and appre ciative audience. All the items rendered were of high merit, and were warmly applauded. The Rev. W. J. Eddy presided. The fol lowing was the programme rendered: Instrumental selections, Armadale Baptist Orchestra ; solos, Miss Mabel Downing and Miss Hohmuth ; i quartettes, Collins street Baptist Quartet Party ; violin solo. Mr C. Rees ; clarionet solo, Mr Bill ; solo and chorus, Miss Shorten and Sunday School Choir ; several choruses were also very effectively rendered by the scholars and choir, assisted by the orchestra. Miss F. Waite presided at the organ and Miss Ada Powney at the piano. Mobil credit is due to Mr A. E. Harley for the very interesting evening provided and also to the superintendent of the school f Mr Fisher) and secretary for the very complete arrangements made.

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Sooth Yarra Baptist Sunday School. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907

Sooth Yarra Baptist Sunday School. The anniversary services of the South Yarra Baptist Sunday School were celebrated on Sunday last, when there were very large congre gations at all the services, and the pastor of the church, the Rev. W. J. Eddy, delivered appropriate ad dresses. The afternoon subject was on *'Shipwrecks," which was made very interesting to the scholars, parents and friends wbo were present. The theme of the evening's sermon was '* Chinks in the Fence," in which the reverend gentleman dealt in a graphic and original manner .with thé very small " chinks " or indica tions in a man's life which revealed his character, and exhorted his hearers in ail things to show them selves " approved unto God." A feature of the anniversary was the splendid singing of specially selected hymns by the scholars of the school, who were ably assisted by the church choir and the Armadale Baptist Orchestra. Mr A. E Harley trained the scholars in the hymns and also conducted the singing at t...

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

VALUABLE DISCOVERY FOB THE HATH.-Ii your hair is turning grey or white, or foiling off, use "The Mexican Hair Renewer," for it tüill positively rutare in every case Grey or White hair to its original colour, without leaving the disagreeable smell of most " Restorers." It makes the bair charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting the growth of the hair on bald spots, where the glands are not decayed. Ask your Chemist for " THE MEXICAN HAIB RENEWER," sold by Chemists and Perfumers everywhere. Wholesale depot, 33, Parri ngdon road. Lon don, England. Little girl-Pound of steak, please, and cut it tough, mil yer * Butcher (amazed)-Why ? The girl-'Cause if it's tender fawther'll eat it all. A FBKE EXCURSION TO THE COAST at the time of the year would be aa acceptable boon to many a hard-working man, batas anchan instance is hardly likely to beear in these dull times, the next beet thing »poor man can do. instead ol getting change of ür and scene Is to purify bis blood and «léanse bis System...

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Reserve for Upper Toorak. DEPUTATION TO PRAHRAN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907

- Reserve for Upper Toorak, j _._ \ DEPUTATION TO PRAHRAN ! COUNCIL. I ; At the meeting of the Prahras [ Council on Monday evening last C Ï Skinner presented a petition, signée by Mr Fairbairn, M.H.R., Mn . Fairbairn, Mrs C.'E. Drought, MR G. L. Skinner, and about 300 othei ratepayers and resident's of the cit} of Prahran, who are desirous ol obtaining public gatdens for Uppei : Toorak, as was proposed by a depu ' tation that waited on the council nine months back. A sum of money, the petition pointed out. had been subseribed by residents in Toorak for this purpose, and should a suitable site be chosen by the council a larger sum would, no doubt, be collected. The sites still for sale, and which the petitioners asked the council to consider as suitable, were:-(1) The block of land in the Toorak road, opposite " Oakdens," price ¿"1,000, and part of the beautiful held beyond (portion of Government House estate.) (2) Sangsters block, at the corner of Toorak road and Wallace street. (3)...

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

TniioAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS. AU Buffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded 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 " hacking cough," a " slight cold," or bronchial affections, cannot try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, «snit in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic affections. See that the Signatare of Joha L Brown £ Son is on rvery wrapper.-Prepared by John I. Brown & Son. Boston, O.S.A. European depot, 33, Farringdon road, Lon don, England. " AD ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure," Uso " Rosmarium*' before all your hair disappears. See page 2.-{Advt.)

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