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The Fawkner (Southern Melbourne) Electorate. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

The Fawkner (Southern Mel bourne) Electorate. The f -lio JV i ii g arc the bounJai ies of thc Fawkner t Itruirate, IU which th1' ii y ut 1'ialiran iniluJed t'uiLini".:fiu^ on th'.' Wirra river, at I I', mci -. I li l-l^i- , then southerly by St. I Ki. li n a. 1 ttl t'a i k stiect . tlic-L.ee south- | we-teii} by tli ii strict lu Palmerston ¡ i.u.-t-VLtt. tliciicf sou ; hcrly and south Wcsti-rly by l'a!nier-lion Cresceut aud U mian stit t t to (.Veil street : theuce ?Miuih-t a-u-rly by that street to Brid put stit.fi : tilt noe south-westerly by J>i I il pt j 11 -lint lo Cowie slieet ; theuce uortli westerly Ly that street to Pickles street : thence southerly by Pickles street tu the shore ot Hobsou's Bay : tlieui-'! south-ea-lerly by that shore to a pi.ml opposite 'hu eeutre ot Fraser slnet : thence itoith easterly by that stn et io i.s luttTti eli >u with <_ .intel b iry uii'i ; thence fui th r north easttrly by a tii'tet lui ' lo (¿uens Terrace | opposite the cent...

Publication Title: Malvern And Caulfield Standard
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Presentation to Ex-Cr W. Y. Bailey, Malvern. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

I Presentation to j fix-Gr W.VV Bailey, Meinènr Last Tuesday evening a largo company of the Mends and supporters of ex-Cr Bailey met in Station street, Malvern, and proceeded in a body to the resi dence of that gentleman and sprang upon him a pleasant surprise party. Mr Francis Gillman, barrister and solicitor, presided, and -opened the proceedings by proposing in well'chosen words the toast of His Majesty the King, which was duly honored. The toast of ex-Cr " Dailey waa "next proposed by the chairman, who referred to that gentleman's stirling qualities as a citizen, husband and fattier. Seven years faithful service a? Councillor and Mayor had shown all that he was an in dependent representative, who paid strict attention to his duties and recog nised his obligations as a municipal councillor. Mis business ability and experience had been used by him for the benefit of all the ratepayers, and be carried out the high- duties of tbe Mayoralty with the utmost satisfaction. They had met,...

Publication Title: Malvern And Caulfield Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

MOUNT ERICA STORES. WEIGHT AND QUALITY L. W. TANKARD & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Chaff, Grain, General Produce, WOOD and COAL MERCHANTS, CORNER OF HIGH-ST. AND WILLI AMS RD. (iT WEIGHT AND QU^UTY. Produce of all descriptions, and every Store Requisite at Lowest Rates. All classes Wood and Coal, &c. at Lowest Current Rates. 4 Trial will confirm that we cannot be beaten in any class of Goods. . Telephone 153 Windsor. M0ÜNX ERICA STORES, Corner Eiffh-st. &S& "Williams Bead. It is Unquestionably A FACT That you are misii ig one of the Greatest Pleasures in life by not using A GAS STOVE* For mt only do»s a Gas Stove Cook infini eiy BETTER, QUICKER and CHEAPER than ia possible with any other appliance, but it ateo SAVES an immense amount of LABOUR. Gas Stoves on Rental .^^l^^^^^^rf ^° Charge for Fixing. llom116 ^^^^Hl FREE COOKING per month, cr ^^^^^^^Hl LESSONS Hire Purchase Terms, ^^^^H^U at He*d °ffceS' 201- Deposit, ^^^^^^^^^H Every Wednesday Mon:lily In...

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Christian Brothers' College, St. Kilda. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

Christian Brothers' College, St. Kilda. The pupils of the Christian Bros. College, St. Kilda, held a meeting to arrange for their- annual athletic sports, which are to bs held on the St. Kilda Cricket Ground on Fri day, 26th October-- The Rev. Br. Fogarty, principal of the college, kindly consented to act as chair man. The following were elected a com mittee of management:-Messrs L. Opray, J Wardell, B Farrell, G. Currie, J. Morey, V. Allan, J. O'Sul livan, ñ. Gibbs and D. Fitzgerald. The Rev. Br. Fogarty was elected hon. treasurer and Mr P. F. Lo¿ue \ hon. sec. After arranging a pro gramme of events, it was decided to have an intc-r-Co'legiate Champion ship, ia addition to Championship of College, to comprise three competi tors from each of the Christian ? Brothers' Collejas, naui:ly, Ei*t j Melbourne and-North and South Melbourne. The events will be flit races, 100, 220 and 440 yards. j There are two events for old Col legians, a handicap flat race and a two-mile bicycle race, ent...

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Federal Politics. Fawkner Division. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 29 September 1906

i Federal P^ütttsv " \ Fawkner Division. On Tuesday evening next, at 8 o'clock, Cr Jno. Miller will address a meeting of friends and supporters in the Prahran Mechanics' Institute. Cr. Miller is meeting with encouraging success in his candidature. He is in the field as a Liberal and Protectionist, and there is no   doubt that when he opens the cam- paign in real earnest he will receive     solid and influential support.                       Mr Ge J.^Fairbairn has addressed I tn;elinps in different parts of the -electorate, and bas been welt receive!. ! Cr Thoa, Srhith, of Pori Melbourne, announces tu our a 'vertising columns that he will hold his first meeting in the Prahran Town Hall on a date lo be ann'auocedis

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Other Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 6 October 1906

Other Meetings. Cc Miller will-address the electors of Albat.Park, in Independent flail, Bowe Crescent, on-Tuesday evening" next. Tais M«ypr of South Melr bortrne w^ oàcu^y the chair» TtiYhop. SmQht&iuxustgfzAta hold « rrwetfogot faeoja and supoortets iii Bib Aibwtma»,^Hiña^,okm^itB^f' evening next- . . . Mr O*». F<urh*iru lias addressed - .«i?e^g&^ &ffpró6t g^£< »f *lie - dee-*' Waté;aiMl eotumttteea i Uavo been ap poutted to assist ia «ecurín» his return.

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The Standard SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6th, 1906 [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 6 October 1906

Thc Standard SATfliUAY, OCTODKU Üli, I'JJÜ _ ll is ruuiouced that thc Tran.way Com pany contemplate tuakiug a reduciiou o( fares ou a portion of their lines this side of the Yat ra. Ou Mouday uext, at 1 o'clock, Messrs Matliicsou and Davis, auctioneers, will hold a clearing sale of dairy cows, horse, nlicds a ml sundries ou the premises, at t'uiou street,, Malvcru. ?IT Mr Douai J Mackinnon, M.L.A.. Prest iluut <>[ the Prahran Bowling Club, has isMicd m vitiations to members and friouds tu attend the ceremony uf for mally opuuiug the green thia afcernoou. I'udcr the auspices of the Australian Women's National Club, a garden fete will be brid at " Como," Toorak road South Yarra, this afternoon and evening. During the afternoon tennis, croquet and buckey tournaments will be he'd, and various stalls will be under thc super vision of League branches. lu the even ing addresses will be delivered by pro luiuent politicians ou Comiuouwcal'li politics. Miss Grace Witsou is thu o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 6 October 1906

MB A. mmetiuâ Surgeon Dentist. 302 CHAPEL ST.. PBAHJJ-VN (Op. the Big Store). - "'-¿ \ -\ Tuetli extracted free of paiu. Artificial Teeth inserted on Gold sud Vulcanite. Gold Fillings. Crown and Bridge Work done on the latest Kuglish and American principles. All work guaraateed, and charges strictly moderate. Consultation Free, and Tooth, extracted fros of casrje from <J to lu a.m. daily. HOUR^ : 0 a.m. to 6 p.m. ^iturdays- 9 am. to 9 p.m. WoxDUEä WILL XEVER CEASE we are Md ; bat it cannot be denied that Holloway's Pills are the greatest wonder of modern times. They correct bile, prevent flatulency, cleanse the liver, and purify the system, strengthen the stomach, increase the appetite, invigo rate the nerves, promote hetlth, and rein; state the weak to an ardour of feeling never before expsrienced. The sale of these Pills throughout the globe astonishes everybody,, convincing the most soplîoïfthat there is no medicine equal to Holloway's Pills for removing the complaints...

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1000 Miles Dunlop Reliability Motor Contest. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 6 October 1906

1000 Miles Dunlop Relia bility Mptcir Contest. j '?-:.!,. I A recent inspection of thc course. I selectedifoitlte lOi.K) wiles Dunlop líe- - I liability motor coutcst, to bc hell arouud Victoria next November, proved the mute to be an 'Weal -one- for -ruotortn¡». - The greater portion of the course is alo¿s^trg¿go*V^tretcbes of fine level and undulating roads, along which. one cao \ see fot miles ahead, and being uunor dered by "heures, motorista can indulge in speed, travelling to their hearts' i content on the open roads that are little used by other traffic. It is safe to say that over 900,miles of the route can be j classed as good, and emiueutly suited for motor touring ; some of che best Western District roads, which comprise parts of the_çou! se, can be compared to the fine French roads on which such fast speeds have vtocea accomplished in tlie great Continental speed contest. The arrangements tor the week's trial are now- nearing completion, and intending competitors are inv...

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Cricket Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 6 October 1906

-Cricket Concert. | jV'.Uader the auspices of the South 'Suburban Churches'Cricket Associa tion, a concert and presentation of trophies will be held this (Saturday) evening in -the Prahran Town Hall, when a splendid programme will bs rendered. The president of the Association. Mr Donald Mackinnon, M.L A., will preside, and make the presentations. The price of admission is one shil ling to all parts of the hall. The joint hon, secs., Messrs A. C- Green wood and j. T. Packer,' are expect ing ai; very . large attendance, the programme being one of excep"i:mal merit'

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Prahran Scottish Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 6 October 1906

; The usual mmtí^xh^ñng^ií im>& Society was held/jn |^mipire9^U^ >n Monday lasVwh^tlfe metnbtts? and friends fiUed t^auiiitwnm-Ó^ overflowing. The Society's Pipe» Band opened the concert with a stírr- ' ingí march, "The 'CamJjfbBls are coming,'' and later on gawè'" Blue Bonnets." To-the unmitiated ear bagpipe music may be an unmeaning * drone,?witb a fitful variation af squeak and squeal, but it is quite evident. from » study of faces that a Scottish audience " kens better. * The newry-^' forméd?string .quartet followed with the"'- Highland Wreath," a collection of old time Caledonian tenes, and, although the stringed instrument does not appeal to the . average Scotsman to the same extent tlÀt the " bladder o' wind " does, yet the *' Highland Wreath" was a much appreciated item. But for genuine enthusiasm commend us to a* gathering of Northerners with Mr Ad Cree on the boards- Wtíether'ít is "Stop your tickiin*," " My lad's a Polisman," " Jag it wi* a preen " or any of...

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Frances Willard Club. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 6 October 1906

Frances Willard Club. The fourth quarter for (his year of the above club will commence OD Monday next, the 8th inst., when classes will be held as follows :-' Mjnday, 8 p.m-, dressmaking, man doline and banjo. Tuesday, 8 p.m., cooking, art needlework, and paint ing. Wednesday, 8 p m., singing and elocution. Thursday, social once a quarter. Friday, 8 p.m., millinery. In connection with the Prahran Mothers' Club (which meets at the. Willard Hall every first and third Thursday), at 3 o'clock, dressmaking »nd millinery classes are held every Friday afternoon, and art needle work classes on Tuesday afternoon These classes are open to all.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 6 October 1906

Tte (tatt PSIl'IIS OFFICES jl)!.;« IlAl'HI. ST Iv ELT, l'Lí AlllvAN. Sih. Yarra Gazette TOUli VK ROAD, S.V. Waivarn Standard 15 Kdsall ï-treet, Malvern. A USEFUL REMINDER ? 111-: nin:i who doc ^ not Ad vi"rti>c w ll soon nedi Ad wc rtisin^ for. FH1SS BROS. l'Ki'I.'K>SluNAL P/.4A 0 d? ÜÄßyJJV 'IÜIS Eh S likUlTLATOB» and ÜKPAIEEKS. l'KK ONAL ATÏK.V I IO**' Kroiu l il l' * SOHN, Hill! 1;. n; VII A >OUN -4L» CHAPEL STKHE J , PKAHKAN, Op^ioMtd lo wu Hall Ol i- ii i-. Ti-1.M Nh .XE : 11 y 2. W. E. BRUÑTTM A.LL.B., I ) AI; I KU ANO soL'.crroi', I) V. M.IIWh U.i.M), WlNUbOR .xi-- IT.ni: .»'i!?? i. 1 ..? ;il i. ii pli,...!-, "iI ; Wni-lsnr. I', UN Ol in 1: . 31 (Jueen st reel, Mclhourtn:. A 1 -Mils A\\ Imal (.'i uris every Court ASPS: 'KEATINGS in et 1J od ..I «diriin ?turfing the only certain hvmedy fnr ln(«tln*J or T br*«d Wtf(m«. lt ia i.*;Tf©t.tty**le prwí mild. ecpe«:i mttj **iapted h>* (.h.lrfrco. Stild ir- T.n» h> all rirti^ists. WORM TABLETS. A LOCAL CASE. Satisfies Lo...

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"Dry-Farming" for Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 6 October 1906

" Dry-Farming " for Australia. In the cu' rent is-ue oí I)r l''ttih ti's migazmr, ' L fe " Mr I . Iv Dew xviiUs a i«pi ai uniclc, rf vie«..tig >ltr: victories ot " dry farming,'' explain ing its o; t-rations, and suggestion tiic potabilities of its application to Australia. This is an important topic, and a contribution from an au'lioriiy ¡ike Mr Pow mu>t be of value. Al upside Mr I)ows very nio(J"rn anii lt thu re is a capt al ppn ["CM.r; hy Dr F itcht t; of the ' hi-d cf the créai Muli ly cnn s-Lucknow - <.? ne in that Lri.-p, ¡i\ i. g style which c^n rctciists his be;t work. 1 his is Hie .i t of a vtry rii.e his orical series (rem i>r Fuchett'B pen. Next, there is a romantic story of the findiDg cl one of thc great nurgeis of the early i'.sy«:. 'Tli 1 ti ?r tele had n. curious lnMoiy. A }C3r ago " Li'e '' pub ii-Oie.i i tie story cf ihe liudmg of tile Lady I >ai kly nugget, taking ic I rom iin ailfged in erview with the tinder that was ftrst rrirjud in a Ne...

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A Tiger of the Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 6 October 1906

À Tiger of the Sea. In a very interesting natural history study in the September WINUSOE, entitled *' A Tiger of the S ia," the contributor says : - " Some years agp a whaler in the North-west had killed a large whale, and had the animal alongside, when it was attacked by a school of oreas. They doubtless were half-starved and crazed by tbs scent of blood that ex tended away a long distance, probably fallowed it up like hounds, im mediately attacking the whale. The men with spades and lances cut and slashed at them, indicting terrible blows ; yet, despite this, the oreas literally tore the wha'c from the ropes ,. and carried it rft." '?The oreas are very clever and intelligent, a fact .aPu^trated in their, method of captu in; their prey. They know th»t-th* breeding season of the seals in the North-west if a propitious lime for feasting, and as semble promptly antfplay havoc with both young and old. They e%'eu at tact anim tis as large and well armed as the walrus, and sljfow their c...

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ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, October 1st. Present—Mayor Flintoft, and Crs Miller, Upton, Dobson, Nicolson, Naylor, Nathan, Williams, Skinner, and Chambers. SCHOOL CHILDREN [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 6 October 1906

mm» FROH PB&HRA.N CITY COUNCIL Monday, October 1st. Present-Mayor Flintoff, and Crs Miller, Upton,Dobson,Nicolson, Naylor, Nathan, Williams, Skinner, and Chambers. SCHOOL CHÎLDBEN Mr J. J. Griffin, correspondent of the Prahran School Board of Ad vice, wrote, in reply, stalins thit a complaint made in the cuuncil a« io scho ,1 children thr-'winp lum h papers on to the public stree's, hal been rtferred to ilia ttaclnr-, and he felt sure that every eli ire would he ena le to reduce the nuisance to a minimum. Cr Nathan siid only tha- day a i< iend had rt tn irked to him how ba 1 the nuisance was. Cr Naylor expressed the opinion I that nowhere in thc world was yan- I dalism carriel on to the extent it was j in the Commonwealth. X'"s >was because the teachers did not teach J the children to respect other piop'.e's 1 property, j / .' ' ¿ , . 1 Cr Chambers said on Empire Div j he had been informed by the head j master of the Malvern road schcol 1 I that they did not ev...

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Prahran Choral Society. SECOND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 6 October 1906

I t ? #-r--TS- - j I Prahran Choral Society, i I ! SECOND CONCERT. ! The above Society will hold their ! second grand concert in the City Hall, Prahran, on Thursday next, nth. inst, at S p.m., when, in addi tion to the choral items, the follow ing artists have been . specially engaged for the concert-Madame Maggie Stirling, Miss Fogarty, Mr G. Thexton Morphet. Mr A. E. Wotherspapn, and the Miestersingers Quartet. Mr A. J. Pallett will conduct the choir in some fine part songs and madrigals, new and o'd, the new school being represented by Eaton Faning's "Vagabonds," and Cowen's "Bridal Chorus " from the " Rose Maiden," and the old by Festa's "Down in a Fiow'ry Vale " (V541) The President . .and . Committee? have issued invitations, and holders zgç reminded that seats, may ., be reserved st Allan's, Collins street,' City, and Schroder's, Chapel street,. Prahran, *? v ' .

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South Tarra Trades Club. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 6 October 1906

South Tarra Trades Club. The annual meetiog of Ihe South Yarra Trades Club was held tn the club rooms, Toorak road, on Thurs day, the 27th" ult. The president, Mr B. Matthews, presided; ' The annual report and balance sheet were read and adopted. The election of office bearers for the ensuing year then took place, and resulted as follows : Patrons-Hon. T. H. Payne, M.L.C., Hon. Thos. Luxton, M.L.C, Mr George Fairbairn, His Worship the Mayor of Prahran (Cr W. Flin toft), Crs Dobson and Nicolson, and Messrs W.H.Triggs, W. J. Conquest, H, McPherson, W. Southwick, and B. Matthews. President-Mr Wm. Hardman. Vice-presidents-Messrs E. Turnbull, L. H. Wells, D. S. Oakley, and Cr Nicolson. Secretary -Mr J.T.Turner. Treisurer-The Mayor (Cr Flintoff). Assistant Secretary-Mr F. Turnbull. Com mittee-Messrs A. Biz'ey, D. Hunter, C. Lynott, S. M. Roach, J. Bennett, D. O. M?nin,^nd Cr Dob son. Auditors-M -ssrs W. South wick and Cr Nicolson.. > i ¡, A vote of thanks was "passed to the retiring of...

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. Fawkner Electorate. Cr Jno. Miller's Candidature. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 6 October 1906

FEDERAL EtECTp)|ST Fawkner Electorate. Cr Jno. Miller's Candidature. At the Prahran' Mechanics' lësti I tute on Tuesday evening Iast¿ Cr j Jno. Miller, who is a candidate in the ; Liberal and Protectionist interests for the Fawkner seit in the Fv-deral 1 Parliament, addressed a meeting of i friends and supporters. The e was a large attendance. Mr C. T. Stephens occupied the j chair, and in opening the meet - inc made incidental reference to the j years that bad e'apsed since he bad 1 previously taken a prominent part in politics at a period when Ftes trade and Protection were prominent factors ia politics. He referred to the necessity of sending the proper 1 stamp of men into Parliament. Cr I Miller, as they all knew, had twice successfully stood for municipal honors-(applause)-and he had I served the ratepayers faithfully in I the municipal council. (ApplauseJ '' -OPENING REMARKS. ! On rising to speak, Cr Miller was j received with cheers. He said he had taken an interest in politi...

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WOMEN'S MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern and Caulfield Standard — 6 October 1906

WOMEN'S MEETING. ; On Tuesday afternoon a meeting of women was {convened for the pur*£ pose of assisting to secure the return of Cr Miller for the Fawkner con stituency. Theae was a good at tendance. Cr Miller addressed the meeting on matters of Federal in terest, after which a committee was formed to conduct organisation work on behalf of the candidate. Cr Mil ler thanked the meeting for its ex pression of confidence. The com mittee will arrange future meetings of women, of which due notice will be given. The next meeting will be held at Or Miller's residence, 27 Lewisham road, Windsor, on Tuesday next. 9th inst., at 2.45 p m. Mrs A. Nathan is chairwoman of committees, Mrs Crane vice-chair woman, Miss Jacobs secretary, and Mrs Henderson, assistant secretary.

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