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"Should Australia adopt Compulsory Military Training?" [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907

" Should Australia adopt Com pulsory Military Training?" -. The above very interesting subject j was the topic for a competitive debate on Monday last between representatives of the Prahran Literary Society and the Y.M.C.A., Melbourne, at the hall in Flinders street. The latter body opened in the affirmative, and their speakers com prised Messrs J. "Wilkinson, C. R. Webster and C. Cock. ¡ Prahran were represented by Messrs Harold Davey, J. C. Paul and A. E. McMicken. After the various speakers had placed their views before theaudionce, the adjudicators, Messrs J. Beament and R. W. Chenoweth, gave their verdict in favor of Prahran, who secured 2oq points to the Y.M.C.A.'s 180. The speakers were afterwards most hospitably entertained by the executive of the Y.M.C.A.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
South Yarra Lacrosse Club. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907

South Yarra Lacrosse Club. The South Yarra Lacrosse Club held their third annual meeting at the Prahran Coffee Palace ou Friday evening, 22 ad inst. There was a good attendance of members, presided over by Mr P. White. The secretary's report, which was read and adopted, showed that the two teams entered by the club, under the auspices of the Victorian Lacrosse Association, were fairly successful. The B team played 16 matches, won 12, lost 4, threw 126 . goals, as against their opponents' 74, and finished up third out of 12 com peting teams. The C team played 15 matches ; won 6, drew 3. and lost 6 ; threw 66 goals for, as against 93 by their opponents, and also finished up third out of seven competing teams. The club's finances showed a credit balance of ¿ 1 os 2d. It is intended by the Club to enter three teams this year, under the auspices of the Victorian Lacrosse Associa tion. The election of club officers re sulted as follows : - Committee - Messrs. Boardman, Eberbach, Kirkland,...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Bowling. PRAHRAN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907

Bowling. PRAHRAN CLUB. On Saturday last Prahran were at home to the Brighton club, and. after a pleasant game, the locals squeezed home by three points, thanks mainly to the efforts of the rinks captained by C. Pickerd and E. T. Stephens. On Wednesday last three rinks from the newly formed club at Oakleigh paid a visit to Prahran, when art enjoyable afternoon was spent. The visitors, who were mostly first season players, were completely outclassed, J. Soutar's rink putting up the record total cf 53 to 3, while D. S. Oakley, who was pitted against the genial Senator Trenwith, won by a big majority. J. McGIeery was also ahead for Prahran. The members of the Prahran Club are looking forward with pleasure to the match against the Post Office Club, which is to be played on the local green on Saturday, April 13th. The G.P O. band will be in attend ance. Sweaty scalps breed dandruff. Rosmarium kilis it. A fine hairdress ing. See page 2,-Advt. " LINSEED COMPOUND. ' of « yean proven efficacy...

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M.U.I.O.O.F. Cricket Competition. METROPOLITAN W. BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907

1ÍTJX0.0T. CWoi^ Cteapetitla». METEOPOUTAÑ- )V. BENDIGO. The. energetic secretary of file Association, "Mr, Jas. Jones, has arranged the above match for Easter Monday, on the Scotch College Sound, commencing at io a.m. The Uowing will represent the Metro politan-Hatherall. .Norris. Bean, Walmesby, Jones. French, Chapman, W. Garmstoa, Britttngham, H. Gosch ; emergencies, Pocket*. Thorpe, Mason, Miller. Lunch will be served in the pavilicn, and in the evening a smoke concert will be given in honor of the visitors at Morelî'a Orient Ho'.el, Bourke street. ' Practice wickets will be available at 9 a.m. Loyal Toorak (Melvern) v. Doutta Galla at Malvern. This match created considerable excitement and resulted in the defeat of Doutta, whom previous to this match were the only unbeaten team. Toorak 140 (W. Pockett 46, E. Frost 3a, Geo. Frost 20 not out ; Jackson 2 for- ap English 5 for 31, Walmsby 2 for $0, Leslie i for 46). Doutta Galla 132 (Leslie 30, Johnson 39, Ambridge 19; W. Pockett 7...

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Improvements Required at Toorak Park. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907

Improvements Required at Toorak Park. Footballers and supporters of athletics generally are earnestly hoping that the Prahran council will loee no time in effecting improve ments to the " grand stand " at Toorak Park. lu fact, the wish is expressed that the present unsightly structure will be removed altogether, and something substituted more in keeping with the importance of tbe district. Councillors, we are sure, will agree that some action is needed to improve matters at Toorak Park in the direction indicated.

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Hawksburn II v. Carlton. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907

Hawksburn S v. Caritos. In this match Hawksburn batted first and remained in all the afternoon compiling 250 runs. Harris 71, Teague 51 not out, Smith 36, Eustace and Pitts 27 each were the chief con tributors to the score. - x

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CRICKET. Hawksburn v. Fitrroy. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907

' Sftwkt'biini Ta Pitiroy. This match was played'atToorak ' Park on Saturday last, the .locals batting, first.. . They made a very poor show with the bat, compiling only 14.9 runs (battingoneman short). T. Horan was top scorer with 35 and Bowden with 24 was the only other j . batsman to get overa score. Dwyer, ¡ with' 5 wickets for. -47 runs, bowled I very" effectively fer Fitzroy. The; latter on going td" the wickets made 92 runs for the loss of .4 wickets, Kiernan making 31, and'Dwyer 25 not out.

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Hope of Windsor Rechabite Tent. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907

Hope of Windsor Rechabite Tent. t -.-* Brp. Woodfull, C.B., presided at the meeting of the above tent on the 25th inst., and a fair attendance of members was present. Correspon dence from the Rose of Denmark was received re united tent meeting to be held on April nth. On the motion of Bro. Freeman, P.C.R., Bro. Woodfull, CR. and Bro. Bert Walker, assistant secretary, were appointed to represent the tent. Bro. Bradley, CR. of the Lily of Kew Tent, was given a hearty welcome to the tent, and responded with a few well chosen words. Bro. Bert Walker reported on a visit jto the Lily cf Kew Tent, In company with some of the other brethren, where a very enjoyable evening was spent. A new member was proposed. The dispensation, which has been framed, was hung with musical honors, and the tent was closed. VaUiáKX DtsoovBBX son THS HAIK.-li your hair is turqinggiejror white, or falling o£^nse'"7aíB Meúcufiair Renewer," for it wiüfoáüe^ rattle ineverg eau Oreg ar WOteJiaif toils original colour...

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Perseverance Tent, I.O.R., No. 34, Prahran. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907

PerseYcranoe Tent, I.O.B., No. 34, Prahran, At the meeting of the above Tent on Tuesday last a complimentary evening was tendered to the Trustees. The usual business was transacted and finished at an early hour. The meeting then took the form of a social. An excellent programme was contributed to by Bros. Rev. W. Harris, Alan Watson and McDowell (who ably presided at the piano), Mesdames Freebody and Stewart (2). Bro. Gunner, P.D.C.R., then ad dressed the meeting, and presented the trustees, Bros. A. Stewart, D. S. Oakley, J. Munro and J. Dunham, with beautifully framed certificates. A deputation was appointed to wait on Bro. Munro and present his certi ficate to him, as he is now, through illness, unable to attend the meetings. Bros. D. S. Oakley and J. Dunham suitably responded, and referred to the flourishing condition of the tent. The secretary was then presented with a silver sugar scuttle, as a slight recognition of his faithful services. Bro. Furneaux responded, and made refe...

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Loyal O. T. Orr Lodge, M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907

Loyal O. T. Orr Lodge, M.O.I.O.O.F. Under the auspices of the above Lodge a bioscope entertainment was held last Wednesday, at the New Town Hall, Prahran. There was only a moderate attendance. A capital programme was presented, in which the following artists appeared : Hiss Emilie Benson, Messrs. Ben Goodson, Alf. Paroissien, Bert Bailey, Syd. Stewart, and Masters Les Coney, Don Cameron and Ernest Lynch. Accompanist, Mr Harry Simmer. FJJOBIUNE!-Poa THE TEETH AKD BREATH.-& few drops of the liquid " Flori Jine" sprinkled upon a wet tooth brash productes a pleasant latber. which thoroughly cleanses the teeth from all parasites or im parities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives to the teeth a pp""lfar pearly-whUeaess, and a delightful fragrance to the breath. It removes all unpleasant odour arising from decayed teeth or tobaoco smoke. *' The Fragrant Floriline." being composed in parts of Honey and Bweet herbs, ta delicióos to the taste, and the frreatest toil...

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With the Juniors. MALVERN CONGREGATIGNAL CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907

Vitíi4b4Jiiiiipra. Bv LONGFIELD. I I " :-=. r\ ? MALVERN CONGKEGATI0I*At. ~ CjaCKBXÍ j 1 CLUB. .". ... ] Since the mauguratiori of the South Suburban Churches Cricket Association, the Malvern " Congos " have been one of its strongest supporters. Bi't the club dates "its' birth long before the happy advent of the S.S.C.C.A., being one of the' leading clubs in the Congregational j Matting Association. Many of its players have from time to. time risen to senior ranks, and Malvern, Caul field, and even the mighty M.CC. have had their ranks augmented from the popular " Congregational." Early this season J. Ellis, one of the club's youngest players, «'aa given a chance behind the sticks with Malvern, and his performance speaks well for the coaching of his former club mates. To my mind, the present combina tion would win the prize, for the most improved eleven, if such were given, and if the Present form had been shown eaäret;^. vfljeTieason, the Malvern'"* CongosT would be nearer the top,...

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Prahran Football Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907

Prahran Football dab. ANNUAL MEETING. The annual meeting of the Prah ran Football Club was held at the Empire Hall on Friday evening, 32nd inst., the chair being occupied by the President, the Hon. Donald Mackinnon. M.L.A. There was a large attendance, and the proceed ings throughout were of a most enthusiastic character. The balance-sheet showed a credit balance of £38 9s 8Jd. From the committee's annual re port, which was adopted, we cull the following items The Officers - Several changes occurred io the list of officers during the season. At the first committee meeting Mr G. Tucker, who was elected hon. secretary at the annual meeting, resigned his position, owing to his inability to find the time to attend the duties of the office. Mr F. L. Jones was elected in his stead, and retained office until i8th June, upon which date his resignation was j received by the committee for a similar reason to that put forward by Mr Tucker. Mr J. W. Stenson was thereupon elected hon. secretary,...

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The Hyglenic Gas-Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907

The Hf glenie Gas-Fire, | The very full report (based upon exhaustive and scientific tests) recently issued by the Coal Smoke Abatement Society (and published in the " Lancet ") proves conclusively that many of the prejudices hitherto entertained by the public against the use of gas-fires in place of coal for domestic heating purposes are with out foundation. The two medical experts who carried'ont the investigations on behält of the Coal Smoke Abatement Society state emphatically that their tests proved that a properly con structed gas-fire, with a flue sufficiently large to carry away the products of combustion, is quite as satisfactory, from a hygienic point of view, as a coal-fire ; does not in any way vitiate the air of the room in which it is used, nor does its use result in any abnormal drying of the air of the room, as is so commonly supposed. Moreover, a gas-fire exerts a useful ventilating influence The report further points out that a gas-fire has the advantage over a coa...

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Proposed Prahran Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907

Proposed Prahran Football Association. Ivis desired that a Football Association be formed in Prahran district amongst church and other clubs. Club secretaries wishing to support die movement, and to regis- ; ter their clubs in the competition, are invited, in the first instance, to cor respond with A. C. Greenwood, 109 Greville street, Prahran. Arrange ments] will be'made for a meeting of delegates at the earliest possible date, j _ ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907

" KE \TINGS POWDER" destroys BUGS, ELKAS. MOTHS, BEETLES and all other insects, whilst quite harmless to domestic animals. In exterminating Beatles the success ol' this powder is extraordinary. It is perfectly clean in application. See the article you purchase is .. KE ATING'S.'and with the signature THOMAS KEATING on each tin, &s imitations are noxious and in effectual. Sold in tins, 6d and is each, by all chemists. The " Bath of the Nymphs " was no more delightful than yours will be with Rosmarium on your bald head. See page z.-(Advt.) Deafnosa. Noises la the Heal. &c, positively cared by HARLEY'S EAR LOTION This new Remedy goes right to the actual seat of the disease, and has effected Bach remarkable cares that the greatest hope .ia heli oat to all sufferers, no matter bow bad au. I long-etarxding the case may be. Ono hettie 'Will OTHO any ordinary case, and will be Bent securely packed and post-paid with full directions and testimonials up-in receipt of 4s gd. Or...

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South Snbnreaa Churches' Cricket Assoclatloa. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907

South Snbnreaa Churches' Cricket Assoclatloa. NOTES. Keen interest is being shown in the Sontb Suburban Churches' premiersbip. Malvern Presbyterian, St. John's, Arma dale Wasleys, and Sooth Yarra Baptists are leading in the first grade. The second last round of matches, which started on Saturday, therefore, had great bearing on the premiership. Malvern Presbyterians met Armadale Wesleys, and, although generally reckoned the stronger team, are not in too safe a position. To the Presbyterians' 122 in their first attempt, the Wesley's have replied with 1 for 34. The position is interesting, as only two days are allowed a match. St. John's, with 2 for 53, seem to hold the Mt. Erica (107) safe ; while South Yarra Baptists are playing a winning game against South . Yarra Presbyterians. In the second grade, St. Matthew's 2nd, who have led right through the season, seem to be losing their grip of the premiership. If St. Kilda Methodists defeat them this round (as probably they will;, it wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907

HAVILQCR CUT IN 2 oz.AND 4oz.TINS GUARANTEED THE HIGHEST QUALITY The Red House. J. SMITH, 434-436 Chapel Street, South Yarra GENERAL DEALER IN Second-hand Furniture. Anything and Everything bought and Sold. I Bu.;cine Ma eiial and Tools of every Description. Any quantity. Highest puce given. Old n:etal of all kinds Bought. Rosmarium Hair Tonic. T?A«tmoT»iiitri contains, in the first place, ali the properties XWOSIUâriuni of the old-fashioned but well-tried and well proved plant Rosemary : secondly, those elements which form a food fOP tho Haír\ combined with substances which excite the scalp to healthy activity, and dissolve dandruff. In addition to these virtues, it is a preparation that imparts a beautiful gloss to the hair, and is a most refreshing application. Rosmarium won't do impossible things, lt won't make 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« W hen we say that it will Stop Hai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907

G. PLEAS ANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN (Nearly oppositeHbe Arcade) Begs to draw attention to & few of his Special J Remedies, which caa be confid*-ntiy rocaramendod, ¡ having proved themselves to be highly efficacious in ' the various ailments mentioned. For removing Hard or So.t Corns. This well-established preparation has been improved by the tddition of an ingredient which assists materially in reducing the discomfort usually occasioned by most cora cares. FSIOB ls- per Bottle. A* compound of Bismuth and Pepsine with Liver Stimulants and {Laxatives for Indigestion, Bilious, Liver and Stomach Complaints, Giddiness, bick Headache, Flatulence, Heartburn, and all disorders arising from derangement of the*digestive organs. This preparation has been given with almost-unfailing success in cases of Dyspepsia, Chronic Gastric Catarrh, Gastric Irritation with sickness, and in those troublesome and difficult cases arising from sedentary habits, or from excesses of any ki...

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Annual Health Report of Prahran. BY DR. S. H. FETHERSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907

Annual Health Report of Prahran. BY DR. S. H. FETHÉBSTON. At the last meeting of the Prahrai council, Dr. R. H. Fetherston. cit health officer, forwarded his annua report for the year 1906, from whiol we extract the following particu lars : " The population of the city oi Prahran is estimated at 41,500 foi the year 1906, the same as th< previous year. " During the year there have been 929 births (445 males and 484 females), an increase of 21 upon thc previous year, being at rate of slightly over 22 per 1000 of popula tion. "The deaths numbered 383(150 males, 233 females), from all causes, being 15 less than the previous year, equal to a death-rate of 9.23 per 1000. Ninety-four were children under five years of age. This is a low rate, but it must always be remembered that there are no public hospitals in the city, and it is really higher than is shown by these figures. In connection with the death rate, it should be noted that the season has been very mild, and there has ...

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The Standard SATURDAY, MARCH 30TH, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907

The Standard SATURDAY, MARCH 30TH, 1907.   Mr A. Drakard, who until recently has been representing the Western   Australian Government at Agricul-   tural Shows in England, by the last   mail received a letter from an old friend of his, asking him to secure   twenty thousand acres of land in   Western Australia for settlers who   are desirous of coming out there. The   news has been wired to the Colonial Secretary in Perth, and Mr Drakard intends going West soon after Easter to see what he can do in the matter,   The settlers referred to are living in Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire, and in these countries excellent im- migration and educational work was done by Mr Drakard, who says that were he left to his own resources, and the responsibility of getting suitable immigrants for the States put upon him, he has sufficient know- ledge of the Agricultural Centres of Gre...

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