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ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. Monday, March 25th. Present—Mayor Gibbs, and Crs Billson, O'Donnell, Stedeford, Barnet, Hughes, Connibere and Pittard. ELWOOD RIFLE RANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 30 March 1907
ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. - i Monday, March 35th. Present-Mayor Gibbs, and Ors Billson, O'Donnell, Stedeford, Barnet, Hughes, Connibere and Pittard. ELWOOD RIFLE RANGE. A communication was received from the Commonwealth Defence Department, pointing out the Order- in-Council, passed some years ago. governing, target practice at the Elwood rifle range. The Depart- ment would not agree to a request made for a stop butt to be con- &nbsp; structed at the range. The Order- in-Council laid down that during target practice at the Elwood rifle &nbsp; range all ships, vessels and boats shall be prohibited from anchoring or remaining within 400 yards on either side of the line of fire of the range for a distance of 3000 yards, and when target practice was about &nbsp; to take place a red flag was hoisted at the range as a danger signal. The St. Kilda and Brighton coun- cils were co-operating with a view to having the rifle range removed altogether. The communic...
Proposed Brisbane to Adelaide Motor Race. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907
Proposed Brisbane to Adelaide Motor Race. In connection willi the proposal of the Dunlop Rubber Co. that the combined automobi'e clubs and motor traces of the Eastern states should organise and conduct a big motor contest from Brisbane to Adelaide, a distance of 1S50 miles, the Dunlop Co., with a view cf bringing matters to a definite shape, have now issued a le'ter to all the trades interested, for th-* purpos- of ascertaining wita' amount will be forthcoming for the hohling &lt; f thc proposed contest. Tiic Dunlop Co. have started the list going with a donation of ¿"100 towards the ¿"700 that is estimated wi'l be necessary ! )r properly organising and carrying out the Brisbine-Ade'aide contest. As motoring generally, and the automobile trade in particular, will he the gainers by holding a big contest ol the description suggested, that wii! command public attention to the possibilities and reliability of the motor car for us? on our roads and tracks, a generous response is ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907
All Sporting Requisites AND Football Material J. K. SMITH, The Sports Emporium, ISH Elizabeth Street MELBOURNE . Catalogue of Sporting Requisites free any address. FOOTBALL SEVSQNL Local Clubs and Societies, PATRONISE OWEN'S SPORTS DEPOT, 281 Chapel-street, Prahran. Sherwin's Footballs, 12 6 and 15/6 New Aerial 12/6, Waterproof 15/ Daisy Match II. 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. Little Johnnie : Mother, tell me how papa got to know you. Mother : Ooe day I fell into the water, and he jumped in and fetched me ont. Little Johnnie : H'm ! that's funny; he won't let me learn to swim. HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS. Mach watchfulness most be exercised at all times, and the earliest evidences of ill health must be immediately checked, ot a slight illness may result in a serio...
Prahran Choral Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907
Prahran Choral Sooiety. The usual rehearsal was held last Thursday, when there was a fair at tendance of members present. The following artists will appear at the next concert to ba held in the City Hall, on April i8th - The Oberon Ladies' Quartet (Miss Emilie Stevenson, Miss Jessie Temby, Miss Isa Allen, and Miss Birdie O'Dwyer), also Miss Margery Gray, D.M.S.V., violinist, and Mr James Wade, tenor. A. ful I rehearsal is announced for next Thursday night, when final arrangements will be made for the concert._
Pride of the Yarra Tent, I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907
Pride of the Tarra Tent, I.O.R. There was a good attendance at the meeting of this tent on Tuesday evening, and Bro. Beeves was present from Horsham and Bro. Seeley from Geelong, both of whom acknowledged the welcome extended to them by the local members. The usual routine business was attended to and one cadidate was admitted to membership. Bro. Brann, having resigned the office o£ Chief Ruler, owing to removal from the district. Bro. J. Duncan has been elected to that office. On Tuesday evening the item on the syllabus was " Mock Council Election." Three candidates were nominated-Bros. Milner, Bark! a and Marshall. Ten minutes were allowed each candidate to express his ideas on things municipal, and at the close a ballot was taken which resulted in the return cf Bro. Marshall, who was accorded an absolute majority of the votes. The successful candidate returned thanks for the honor, after which a very interesting meeting was brought to a close.
M. U. I. O. O. F. Cricket Competition. BENDIGO WINS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907
SCTTX-OOF. Cricket OompeüüflB, BENDIGO WINS. . The match between the Bendigo Oddfellows and a team from- u» M.U I O.O.F. Association, pfóyied at the Scotch College ground on Easter Monday, was one of the most interest ing functions in M.U. circles. The gold-fielders came well prepared and the local team represented the cream of the association. Alex French captained the Met raps, won the toss, and elected to bat. Jenkins captained the invaders, and soon his best bowlers made havoc of the opposing forces. The board showed 43 when the last wicket fell. Bean, Jones, Brittingham and Chapman made the best scores. Taylor 5 for 22, Watts. 4 for 21. Bendigo 119 (Watts 50 not out, Calvery 113, Leenthop 13); Jones 7 for 50, Walmsby 1 for 48, Goscb i for 10, Gar m s ton 1 for 5. Secretary J. Jones made ample provision for the social side of the contest, A dinner was held in the pavilion, presided over by Bro. A. A, Myers, Prov. G.M., who was sup ported by the captains and the Hon. D. J. Duggan...
Hawksburn Cricketers on Tour. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907
Hawksburn Cricketers on Tour. BY T. A. M. Kyabram, or, as it bas often been termed, " The Beform City," is one of the most prosperous towns in the Goulburn Valley. It is, indeed, a very well laid out township, and has, in addition to four fine churches, some very well built and large hotels, banks and shops. The draper's shop that Mr Dobbinson bas just moved into is quite a cred.t to the town. It has two magnificent windows, is excellently 'ighted, and is as well appointed as any shoo of its size iii Melbourne and suburbs. A number of newly-built sho.s are just being finished off, and altogether the people appear to be very ambitious, and have great faith in the future of the towt:. Our mission to Kyabram was to play cricket, and we were eleven all told. We were comfortably housed at the Kyabram Hotel. A two days* match against a picked team of the Kyabram and District Association was the bi]| of. fare, and it commenced at noon on' Good Friday, on the well appointed Kyabram recreati...
CRICKET. South Suburhan Churches' Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907
CRICKET* -.. - - '- - ~:-m ? ?? ?? - -m This afternoon 28 teams compet- .3 ing in this Association -will resume ^ their respective matches, and'^rHl ~l conclude the 1 Ith round. At présent ic the first grade' Malvern tVesbjr terians, St. John's, Armadale Wesley* and South Yarra Baptists are leading. In the second grade bt. Matthew's 2nd?, who have led right through the - season.aie now placed ip an awkward position,and should they be defeated to day it will leave St. Matthew's, St. John's 2nds and South Tarra Church of Christ level.
Prahran A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907
-.- j Prahran A.N.A. ! The usual fortnightly meeting of the Prahran branch of the A.N A. j was held last Wednesday at the Dis- ' pensary Hall. President D. Thomas occupied the chair. Two new members were elected and some eight or nine nominations were re ceived. General business was trans acted, during which ex-President Geo. Walls and Secietary Geo. Fitz simmons gave reports on proceedings at the recent annual conference. A smoke night was the principal attrac tion of the evening. The items rendered were of a high standard of merit. Amongst the principal per formers were Messrs E. D. Ure and Carl Woess, whose renderings were heartily applauded. Other contri butors were Messrs W. J. Davies and D. Craig. Mr W. R. Church, presi dent of Kew branch, was present, and entertained the audience with conference reminiscences. The usual votes of thanks were accorded the performers, and on whose behalf suitable response to Che compliment was made.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907
A GRAND KPECUÜITIOK, ic these days of financial unrest, is a rare thing for j people with spare capital to come across, lt is, therefore, refreshing to koo« that ia purchasings box of Holloway's Pills, good val oe for money can be obtained. They never fail to give instant relief from pain, and no disease can long with stand their purifying influence. A few appropriate doses at the proper period will prevent many a serions illness. Their primary action is apon the blood, stomach, liver, kidneys and bowels. Their secondary action strengthens the nervous centres. No drug can be so harmless yet so antagonistic to disorders caused by brain worry. The most perfect reliance may be placed npon their regulating and renovating virtues. Old Growells (sternly) : What was going on in the parlour last night that kept you up so late, young lady ? Daughter (holding up her hand) : This engagement-ring, papa. Isn't it a beauty ? V&US&BUE DlSCOVEM FOB THE HMS.-ll 1 your hair is turning...
"Parsifal." [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907
" Parsifal." " Parsifal," or " The Redemption of Kundry " (written by the Rev. T. Hillhouse Taylor), is attracting splendid houses at Her Majesty's Theatre, and is indeed a brilliant and sensational success. Miss Title 1 Brone, as " Kundry," and Mr Thomas Kingston, as " Parsifal," have each made a great hit in their respective parts, and theatre-goers should not miss the opportunity of witnessing this wonderful production. No finer staging or scenery has ever been seen in Melbourne.
The Standard SATURDAY, APRIL 6TH, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907
SATURDAY, APRIL 6TH, 1907 The many friends of;the Rev. Alexander Gordon, pastor of the Armadale Baptist Church, will be pleased to learn that he is making good progress towards recovery from a serious illness. His friends hope that he will soon be able to resume his ministerial duties. On Saturday Archbishop Clarke made the following transfers in the incumbencies of the parishes named -The Rev. T. H. Rust, from the incumbency of St. Martin's, Hawks burn, to St. John's, Lilydale; the Rev. J. S. Hart, from St. Anselm's, Middle-park, Sooth Melbourne, to Hawksburn; and the Bev. R. G. Burke, from Lilydale to Middle-park. About forty cases were heard at the Prahran Court on Thursday against parents who failed to send their children to school in accordance with the provisions of the Education Act. Inspector Beech In g was the prosecuting officer, and fines were imposed. The last band concert of the season in the Prahran Victoria Gardens was given on Thursday evening last, on which occasion...
In and Around Daylesford and Ballarat. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907
In and Around Daylesford j and Ballarat. j BY JiD.Ç. This Easter 1 decided on taking a round trip, vizïy Melbourne to Daylesford, thence via Creswick to Ballarat, and then homeward to Melbourne via Bacchus Marsh. If you glance at the railway .map you' will at once fail to see where the " roundness " of the trip comes in, the line of route being so irregular ; still, as the trip is rf cognised by officialdom and travellers as being : " round," there is no need or cause'' for me to apply any other descrip tion Saturday morning fonnd me breakfasting by candle-light in order to catch an early train for Dayles ford, and in due time I was bowling along, in fine, bracing weather, for my destination. There is no need to here recapitulate the attractions which Daylesford possesses. Apart from many admirable specimens of natural scenery, its mineral springs j I are becoming known, and fame far Iand wide. '_There were numerous visitors to th'- Daylesford springs this year. People seem to come ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907
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TRAMWAY PROJECTS. PRAHRAN AND MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907
TRAMWAY PROJECTS. PRAHRAN AND MALVERN. I A special meeting of the Prahran j council is to be held on Monday evening, nest, when the following motion will be moved by Cr G. L. I , Skinner *' That the resolution of this connell of February 4, 1907, contained in clause 8 pf report Ño. 9 of the public works committee, be and is hereby rescinded. And, contingent upon the above being carried, that this council, in conjunction with . the Malvern council, contribute the sum of £13,000 towards the cost of regrading the Caulfield railway line, upon the underatauding that this pay ment does not in any way establish a ¡liability on the part of the council for any further crossings and regradings, nor create a precedent, and subject to I the terms and conditions of the delega tion being approved by the council, and the immediate issue of the order to , construct the High street tramway."
Prahran Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907
Prahran Literary and Debating Society. A meeting of the above society will be held on Wednesday next at 8 pan., in the Lodge room, Arcade Hall (upstairs), Chapel street, when a large attendance of members is requested. During the evening the election of office-bearers for the ensuing' session will take place. A .mock Parliamentary election «ill be held during the evening, ia which five members of the society will take part. A general invitation is extended lo all to be present on the occasion. At the same meeting consideration will be given to the question as to whether any Competitions should be held this year.
KEW TO BRIGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907
KEW TO BRIGHTON. In connection with the proposed Kew - Caulfield - Brighton tramway project, a further meeting of the Brighton Districts Tramway League was held at Bartrop's auction rooms, Bay street, North Brighton, on Thursday evening last. Cr A. R. Stone presided over a full meeting. TBe route proposals were further discussed, and it was ultimately de cided to advocate the following route, viz;, Hawthorn road, Mill street, crossing Primrose Hill to Centre road, thence along Hampton street and South road direct to the Brighton j Beach railway station. The reasons advanced for the selection of thia route is that it will pass the Caulfield I Town Hall, through Camden town ship, past the Brighton Cemetery, and several charches,and also travers ing the most level and much used I direct roads to the beach. It will also afford an all round trip by con , necting with either the railway or electric tramway at Brighton Beach. The principal officers of the League were appointed during the e...