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Southern District Cricket Association. ROSEDALE V. COMMERCIAL ROAD METHODIST. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907
Soutfwm DiatÀct Oricßvt Aasocíatioa. ROSEDALE V. COMMERCIAL ROAD METHODIST. Played on the grpand of the.fóxmer clnb and resulted hva win for, ¿hem by 5 runs oa the^fh^ innings^score, after a very interes^rjg and exciting finish. " I - The scores were-Commercial Road Methodists 172, and Rosedale 167. For the horns team, with the bat, J. Davidson 30, H. Haughton 24, \V. Goodbody 22, T. Davidson 22, and H. Gi'l 12, were best, while with the ball H. Haughton 3 for 33, J. Davidson 1 for 19, T. Davidson 3 for 50, and 3 stumped. : For the Rosedale, Val. Speary 80, T. Carter 14, J. Atkinson 12, did the batting, while with the leather, S. Eddington 5 for 46, J. Tilley 1 for 41, A. Mills 2 for 17, W. Walters none for 36. The Commercial Road Methodist batted a second innings, and com piled 86, the last wicket falling at six o'clock, when stumps were drawn. l'EDEBAL V. PORTEOSE This match was played on the Fortrose wicket, Middle Park, and resulted in a win for them by 27 runs on the first inni...
Presentation to Cr A. Nathan. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907
Presentation to Cr A. Nathan. -« On Tuesday evening hst, Mr Jas. Doeg, président, and Mr F. A. Gray, secretary, of the Prahran City Band, waited opon Gr A. Nathan at his residence, and presented that gentle man with a very handsomely framed engrossed address, in recognition of the many valued services he had rendered to the band. Mr Nathan, in briefly responding, thanked Messrs Doeg and Gray for their present, which he assured them would always remind him of his happy association with the band. The wording of the address is as follows, and we are sure that the sentiments therein expressed will be appreciated by citizens generally who are cognizant of the splendid work that Cr Nathan did on behalf of the band : PRAHRAN CITY BAND. Councillor A. NATHAN, Chapel Street, Prahran. Dear Sir,-The Officers, Committee and Members of the Prahran City Band have requested us to express on their behalf their appreciation cf your valu able services daring the yean you occupied the position of Presi...
CRICKET. St. Kilda V. Hawksburn. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907
CRICKET» - * j|8 ç ^Ttie: above match: «às^ccmdnleA^^i ^¿Saints' âimiBd&|Sràna^^ contfni^']tiieir]§^ wickets down forÍ2i4 runs,: carrying it to «57 foreign* and then closing the innings. The Saints made a tis very poor show, totalling >"only 125 runs, of which Wennon and J. Ainslie were responsible for 37 and - 22 respectively. The hero of the day was Gray, who was only playing his I second game, scjiing a splendid-nor out innings for 42, and securing five wickets for 16 runs. This colt seems to be one of considerable promise.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907
KboBiMKE !-FOB THE TEETH AND BREATH,-A few drops of the liquid " Flori line " sprinkled apon a wet tooth brush produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all parasites or im parities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, 6tops decay, gives to the teeth . a peculiar pearly-whiteness, and a delightful fragrance to the breath. It removes all unpleasant odour arising from decayed teeth or tobacco smoke. .' The Fragrant FlorUine." being composed in puts of Honey and sweet herbs, ia delicious to the taste, and the greatest toilet discovery of the age. Of all Chemists and Perfumers. Wholesale depots 33, Farringdon road, London, England. Sweaty scalps breed dandruff. Rosmarium lolls it. A flue hairdress ing. Sea page 2,-Advt. " LINSEED COMPOUND. ' *'« 3T» proven efficacy, fat coughs, colds, asthma and bronchitis, &c. '.
South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907
South Suburban Churches9 Cricket Association. It is with deep regret that we record the death ci Lora Colin Mackiehan, well known to junior cricketers, being one of the originators of the South Suburban Churches' Cricket Association; also playing for years with East Malvern Presbyterians. The deceased had been an inmate of the Alfred Hospital, and on Tuesday last he. died at the age of 26 yeats. The news will be received with deep regret by all who knew Lorn, foe by his sterling, upright and always cheerful character, he had earned the respect and popularity of all his associates. NOTES. With only two matches more to play, the interest in this association's premier ship is as keen as ever. Malvern Pres I byterian, St. John's, Armadale Wesleys I and South Yarra Baptist are* equal in first grade, each wi'h two defeats. The season has been noted for its high, individual scoring, and on Saturday D. Beath(Malvern Presbyterian) made his fourth century for tho season, compiling 119 by bril...
Prahran Choral Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907
Prahran Choral Society. \ The first annual meeting of the above society was held in the Con» secvatory. Town HaU¿Prá1iráo;; on Thursday evening last, when -the annual .reports ^and statement>,of receipts and expenditure were read and adopted. Tïie reporta showéd that the society hadprogressed more than was expected at the commence ment, and now numbered close on roo members. Great regret was ex pressed when It'became Known' that Mr A. E. McMicken and Mr. J. Romanis were relinquishing the position of hon. secretaries. Urning the year the society held three very successful concerts, and hopes arie expressed that through the ^coming yearjthïy will be more so. The following were elected office bearers for the ensuing year :-Cr. J. W. Flintoff, J.P., and Mr M. Stevens, presidents ; Mr Brunt, 1 M.A., LL.B . Mr W. Davies, Mr Maclennan, Mr C. H. Bennet, Cr. Upton, vice-presidents,- committee, MessrsT. Morphet, A. E McMicken, J. Romania, Mr. J. Adcock and Mr T. rjimmons ; librarian, Mr T....
Malvern Connoil. Monday, March 18th, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907
Malvern Council. Monday, March 18th, 1907. Present - Mayor Edgar (chairman), and Crs Knox, Weller, Parslow, Cornwall, Wilson, Dunlop, Cameron, Ellis, Holmes, and Carroll. DANDKNONG ROAD IMPEOVEMENTS. A letter was received from the Prahran Council asking the Malvern Council to co-operate with St. Kilda, Caulfield and Prahran in improving Dandenong road. On the motion of Cr Weller, seconded by Cr Wilson.it was decided to appoint three delegates from Malvern to confer with the other councils interested relative to the matter, the delegates appointed being Cr Carroll (chairman Public Works committee) and Crs Cameron and Wilson. &nbsp; POSTAL LETTER BOX. A letter was received from several ratepayers requesting that the letter box at the corner of Alice and High streets might be removed to the corner of Stanhope and Thanet or Dixon streets. Cr Carroll asked whether it would not be possible to get another letter box without removing the present one. lt was as increased settlement t...
Toorak and South Yarra Try Sooiety. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907
Toorak and South Yarra Try Sooiety. I _- -A - -V I TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-Would you kindly favor us by bringing before the public our annual appeal for left off boots. We have a boot repairing class in con nection with our work, the boys being instructed by two local tradesmen. The boots, when repaired, are distributed to deserving cases. During the winter months we have far more applications than we are able to cope with, and we solicit the help of the public in this matter by making up parcels of any foot-wear -especially boys' or girls' sizes tliey have np further use of. Sending them by rail to Hawksburn railway station, or a message sent by telephone to S Windsor, will j receive prompt attention. All parcels will be thankfully received and acknowledged. W. M. FORSTER, Hon. Manager. Surrey Road, Hawksburn.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907
Rosmarium Hair Tonic. 1>Asmai>înm contains, in the first place, all the properties AOSIUcLlllini 0f t[le old-fashioned but well-tried and well proved plant Rosemary : secondly, those clements which form a food fOP tho Hair, combined with substances which excite the Scalp to healthy activity, and dissolve dandruff. In addition to these virtues, it is a preparation tltat imparts a beautiful t^loss to the hair, and is a most refreshing application. RoimaPium won't do impossible things. It won't malee Hair Grow when the roots are dead. lt will do much to keep your Scalp in a healthy condition. Rosmarium is sold entirely on its Merits» When we say that it will Stop Hail« from falling OUt, that it will cure Dandruff! that it will stop itching scalps, that it will give a healthy gloss to the hair, We mean it, and back up our assertions with a positive guarantee. We know that Rosmarium will do HORE than other Hair preparations. Itching, smarting, sweating Summer Dandruff is here. But ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907
G. PLEASANCE, ; ;ffjw| CHEMIST, iÂ^^fejy 275 CHAPEL STREET, L-Í^^^^^B PRAHRAN [.?jig ^^^^ff^^l^^^S^^« (Nearly opposite^tbe Arcade) H :l ^^^^^Sa^^p^^SS i Begs to draw attention to a few of bit Special p^Sp^SSsS^^^yj^^Jlji Remedies, which caa be confidently recoaOMttdetl; LIL- rZ-li-. ?=n>-»>,«ML^IÍÜ!Xii3gi having proved themselves to be highly efficacious in U-^ -_~ r ? .-M_,k| the varióos ailments mentioned. CQEK BANE Sed). ? r"muviaf; Hard or So.t Corns. This well-established preparation has been a . roved by the ¡idditiou of an ingredient which assUts mater lally ia reducing the i o:afu:t usually occasioned by most corn cure». PEIOE Is- per Bottle \ &lt;;..inpound of Bismuth and Pepsine "with Liver Stimulants and |Laxatives for InuiL-csuoii, Bilious, Liver and Stomach Complaints, Giddiness, bick Headache, Flatulence, Uea.-tburn, and all disorders arising from derangement of the'digestive 'lins preparation has been given with almost unfailing success in case« of Dyspe...
Prahran's Moonlight Charity Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907
Prahran's Moonlight Charity Entertainment. The balance sheet in connection I with the recent charity entertain- i ments on behalf of the Prahran Ladies' Benevolent Society was laid j before a meeting of the general com- j mittee last evening by the hon. sec., Mr J. H. Furneaux. The net re-1 ceipts show a credit balance of £"162 6s 7d-a record-which fact, of course, gave much pleasure to Mayor Flintoft, and great were the expres sions of appreciation made towards all who had worked to bring about such a satisfactory result. Included in the receipts were the fallowing-Cash taken at gates on Feb. 14, £57 7s Sd : do. Feb. 21, £48 9a. Total. £99 16s 5d. Dona tions-Hon. Donald Mackinnon, M.L.A., £i ; Hon. E. Miller.M.L.C, ¿"1 ls ; Hon. Wm. Knox, M.H.B, £1; B. Matthews, Esq., £1 ls; Geo. Fairbairn, Esq., M.H.E., £1 ; Hon. Thos. Payne, M.L.C., ¿"1 ; Prince Albert Lodge, I.O.O.F, (jper Mr Ovey), £l ; P. H. Nihill, Esq., 10,6 ; Hons. Geo. Godfrey, Balfour, W. A. Zeal, and C. J. Ham, Judge Hol...
Prahran State Eleotion. (CONTRIBUTED.) [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907
Prahran State Eleotion. j (CONTRIBUTED) The weather (Jerk appeared to be fairly favourable through the cam pai gu, but on polling day he was obdurate. It was a case of bringing out the best qualities of thc enthusiast-pr was it a high sense of duty that pressed so many to brave the ele ments? Was it a happy forethought, or a singular coincidence, that provided the water element in the Town Hall booth ? .Anyway, it was in keeping with the day. Where was friend Cummings who bas done duty at elections for years and years and year-r-r-s ? To act as a scrutineer for a Government candidate, and ride in a Labor cab to go to the poll in another district, takes the biscuit. Returning Officer John Turner gave evidence that he is as smart as ever. À great rush occurred for a few minutes at a table at the polling booth, and the poll clerk could hardly cope with the work. The redoubt able John Turner came along, and it was just a treat to see him attend to the voters' requirements. As showing ho...
FIRST GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907
FIRST GRADE. I Matches Won by Firstnamed Club. Malvera Presbyterian 334, v. Malvern Congregational 55 and 4 for 5. Presby terian-Dave Beath 119, H. Beath 48, Henderson 28, Sloss Î8 -, Henderson 4 for nil (bat trick). South Yarra Presbyterian 87 and Star^ 78, v. 8t. John's 49 and 124: Preéby*:^ terian-A llan 29, J. Moore 23 ; M'Kendry - 2 for 14, H. Warne 2, for 24. St. John's -D. Lavery 20 «nd'Çg not ont; H. Scott 18, B. Morton 13 ; D. Lavery 6 for 80, C. Bruce 2 for IQ. H. Scott 2 for 19. South Yarra Baptist 146 and 6 fdr 183, "". v. All Saints' 108. Baptist-J. Milk 102 not out, W. Prentice 60 and S3, E. Pren tice 21, J. Prentice 24, B. Boardman 91; CteBtÜHMl «ft pagt "*r Ooatlanttt from pure 3. I Bergin 7 for 41, J. Clarke 2 for 7. All Baiutts'-A, Lacey 44, F. Allen 20. St. Matthew's 86 and 4 for 75, v. Prabran Independent 42 and 64. St. Matthew's-ti. Davey 32 not out ; Black well 9 for 25. Armadale Wesleys 206. v. East Ft. K Ida 168. Wesleys-L Ebbott 71. B. Holding 40 not out. H....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907
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Prahran Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 23 March 1907
Prahran Literary and Debating Society. A meeting of the society was held in the Conservatory, Town Hall, ' Prahran, on Wednesday evening last, Mr J. C. Paul in the chair. The deputation which recently waited on the City Council in respect to the rent of halls for Competitions, reported that they had been well received, but the council would not meet the society by making any further reduction. The question of holding Compéti tions was held over for consideration. It was decided to hold a meeting of the society on April roth, when a Mock Parliamentary Election will Jake place, the candidates being Messrs G. H. Brown, H. Davey, J. Donald, A. G. Greenwood, and F. Sambell. The following members were nominated for office-bearers, the election to take place at next meet ing-Patrons, Messrs G. Fairbairn; M.HJL, Hons. T. Luxton and T. H. Payne, M's.L.C, Hon. D. Mackinnon and N. Bayles, M's.L.A. ; Hon. President, His Worship the Mayor, Cr W. Flintoft ; President, Messrs W. E. Brunt and J. C....
Prahran Ladies' Benevolent Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907
Prahran Ladies' Benevolent Society. Ibo committee of the Prahrau, South Yarra and Toorak Ladies' 3euevolent Society report having relieved 10'2 cases weekly during the fortnight ending 21st Mureil The cases numbered 120 adults and LSI children. The adults com prised 5."> widows, 7 deserted wives, IB married couples, 8 aged and single in dividuals. and 14 wives whose husbands are away. The expenditure for the fortnight was Ü2S 12s Od. Assistance in clothing way be sent to 'Airlie,' Lara street, ^outb Yarra, and in money to the Hou. Treasurer, ' Havensburp,' Dande nong road. Armadale, or the Hon. Secretary, ' Ellerton,' Lansel road, Toorak. During the past fortnight 104 visits tc cases of illness amongst the poor were paid by Nurse Smith.
Prahran and Malvern Tramway. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907
Prahran and Malvern Tramway. A _ - Representatives of the Prahran and Malvern councils, accompanied by members of Parliament for the district, waited on the Acting Minis ter of Railways (Mr Swinburne) on Wednesday, with respect to the proposed Malvern-Prahran electric Tramway. Mr Balfour, M.L.C., in troduced the deputation. Cr. Skinner pointed out that both councils had agreed to pay £13,000 towards the regrading of the railway crossing in High-street, along which it was intended the tramway line should be laid. The provision bad been made, however, that this would be done if a guarantee was given that there should be no liability ia the future for regrading the line at crossings on the way to Caulfield. Cr. Cameron (Malvern), urged that it was necessary the proposed line should be constructed as soon as possible. The ratepayers wanted to know what would be the terms of the order empowering the construc tion of trams, and the extent of their liability as to regrading the railway lin...
Warrnambool to Melbourne Road Race. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907
Warrnambool to Melbourne Road Raoe. The Dunlop Rubber Co. have made application to the League of Victorian Wheelmen for Saturday, September 2^ih, upon which to hold their big Australasian Road Race from Warrnambool to Melbourne, a distance of 16= miles. 1 rovided ths date applied for is granted the world fame! Dunlop Road Uace wil1 be heij on ihe da:e m -niior^d. Til.s ra e. which U tho I.»ti. est and u:OEt coveted cycling event in this part of lin- w.jriii, was inaugurated as far ba;k a> i*'>s. the tvst rac; being wen hy the Victorian (but now New /..Aland) rider, A. Calder. With the t \.-ep:i. ii i 1 i^.jS and is&lt;)y the big road ra&lt;_e has been he!d over the fi: e Warrnambool course every year, and has, limier careful and bittet manage ment developed iato Jis most sue co sinl road ra;e in the cycling world, The event is one that appeals to all classes, acd is very popular with cnuníry cycüs's.owing to the fair and equitable c: mullions that the Dunlop Co...
A CHAMPION RIFLE SHOT. MR CHAS. H. CANDY, OF PRAHRAN. SELECTED TO JOIN THE BISLEY TEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907
A CHAMPION RIFLE SHOT. MR CHAS. H. CANDY, OF PRAHRAN. SELECTED TO JOIN THE BISLEY TEAM. The city of Prahran is the proud possessor oí one of the champion rifle shots of the Commonwealth, and one who has been selected to join the team of riflemen that is to visit England this year to take part in the annual , Bisley meeting. The champion we desire to specially refer to is Mr Chas. H. Candy, machinist, of 154 Chapel street, Windsor, and we are sure that every loyal and patriotic Prabranite will look upon it as another feather in the cap of our great city that it has amongst its citizens a crack rifle shot of the Commonwealth. Mr Candy has been a resident of Prahran for six years. Prior to that he resided at Warrnambool where he commenced rifle shooting. He took part in the South African war as a 1 member of the 4th contingent, and it was on his return that he settled ' in Prahran. His career with the rifle has practically only extended over a period of seven years. He shot through two...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907
All Sporting Requisites AND Football Material J. K. SMITH, The Sports Emporium, 136 Elizabeth Street MELBOURNE . Catalogne of Sporting Requisites free any address. FOOTBALL SEASON. Local Clubs and Societies, PATRONISE OWEN'S SPORTS DEPOT, 284 Chapel-street, Prahran. Sherrin's Footballs, 12/6 and 15/6 New Aerial 12/6, Waterproof 15/ Daisy Match IL 10/6 ; III, 8/6 A.N.A.., 6/6, 8/6 ; Comet Match II, 7/6 ; Don, 11/6 ; Don special 13/6 Club Match, with best bladder, 6/6 Match Footballs, 5/6 Youths' Footballs, 3/6 and 4/6 Boys' Footballs. 1/9 and 2/6 OWEN'S SPORTS DEPOT, 284 Chapel Street, Prahran. RA-TO SOAP For Medical.Toilet, and Nursery use A TILLEY, South Yarra CLARKE'S B.41. PILLS. A Warranted Care foi all Aûçmred or Gontfisntiml Discharges Item tfcs Urinary Organs, tn either «ex. Thea famous Pills als* «are Gavel, »uns in (be Buck, «nd «S Kidney Disorders. Free tam mercury. Forty yean* anoceta. Sold br all ObemJfti mad ËtarelEicpen tbroagnoak tb*