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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907

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Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Military. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907

military. -?- - I Ât the Easter military encamp ment held at Lanofield.a presentation took place toa well-known tradesman of Windsor in the person of Mr Chas. Dennis, saddler, who for many years has been a member of the military forces, and holds the position of Collar-Maker Sergeant. In past years Mr Dennis was a member of No¿ 2 Battery, V.F.A., and was recently transferred to the Army Medical Corps. For twelve years Collar-Maker Sergt. Dennis was in charge of the drivers of No. i Battery, and at a largely-attended camp fire concert held on Saturday night last, which was attended amongst other officers, by Captains Campbell and Cohen, and Lieutenants Madden, Riggall and Lloyd, Colonel Johnson, at the invitation of Driver M. O'Donnell, presented Collar Maker Sergt. Dennis, on behalf of the drivers, with a very handsome gold medallion, suitably inscribed. In making the presentation. Colonel Johnson said he had great pleasure in handing the'handsome medallion to Collar-Maker "Sergt." ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907

AiuKF ro Min ULKS'-Are you broken m your rest by a silk child stiheriug wilh the pain Ol cutting lecih ( >o at once to a chemist and get a bottle of Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup It will relieve the poor sufiírer immediately it is perfectly harm less and pleasant to taste, it produces natural, quiet sleep, by relieving thc child from pain, and the little cherub awakes 'aa briant as a buttoa." It soothes the child. it softens the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is the best known remedy for dysentery and diarrhu a, whether arising from teething or other causes. Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup sold by Medi cine dealers everywhere. The " Bath of the Nymphs " was no more delightful than yours will be with Rosmartum on your bald head. See page 2.-(Advt.) Deafness. Nolsoa in tao 3sal Ste, positively cured by HABLKT'S EAI: LOTION This new Remedy goes riçbt to the actual Beat of the disease, cud hos effected such remarkable cures that the greatest hope ia held ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907

Cföfflfa Z OZ-AND 4 OZ.Tl NS ED THE HIGHEST QUALITY The Red House. J. SMITH, 434-436 Chapel Street, South Yarra GENERAL DEALER IN Second-hand Furniture. Anything and Everything bought ard Sold. Bu. ! «. i ii. M a ? er ial and Tools of every Description. Any quantity. Highest p:ice given Old rr et al of all kinds Bought J Rosmarmm Hair Tonic. "D A« vmn w in wi o uiuius, in the ti rsl place, al! the properties J^OSinariUIIl ,,| the ohl-fashioned but well-tried and well pru\cd plaul Rosemary : íeiondlv, those clements which J'orni a food fOP tho Hair, combined with substances which excite the scalp to healthy activity, and dissolve dandruff. In addition to those virtues, ii is a preparation that imparts a beautiful ;J,1OSS to the hair, and is a tn ,st refreshing appiicatipn. Rosmarium won't do impossible things. lt won't make i lair Grow when thc roots are dead. lt will do much to keep your Scalp in a healthy condition. Rosmarium is sold entirely on its Merits* \\ hen w c ?ay thai it w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907

G. PLEASANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL STREET, PRAHRAN (Nearly opposite£tbe Arcade) Begs to âHW jtftentioa to a few ol his Special having proved themselves to be highly efficacious in' the T&riong ailments mentioned. CORK BANE K«<t). For removing Hard or So.t Corna. This well-established preparation has been improved by the addition of an ingredient which assists mater ially in reducing the discomfort usually occasioned by most corn cures. PEIOE It- per Bottle. A compound of Bismuth and Pepsine with Liver Stimulante and {Laxatives for Indigestion, Bilious, Liver and Stomach Complaints, Giddiness, Sick Headache, Flatulence, Heartburn, and all disorders arising from derangement of the¡digestiTe organs. I This preparation has been given with almost unfailing success in casca of j Dyspepsia, Chronic Gastric Catarrh, Gastrio Irritation with sickness, and in those troublesome and difficult cates arising from sedentary habits, or from excesses of any kind. Wherever there is g...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907

DEATH. GOODE.-On the 4th April, at " Sal- ween," 2 Nicholson street, South Yarra, Emily Victoria, the beloved   wife of Arthur Wm. Goode, of the Lands Department, and second daugh- ter of Major W. Whitehead, of   Camberwell. No flowers.  

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907

SWANN-ALLEN. The picturesque residence of Cr and Mrs T. G. Allen, of " Osterberg," Oakleigh, formerly residents of St. Kilda, was en fete on Tuesday evening, 26th ult., when about 150 guests assembled to witness the union of the eldest daughter, Miss Marian (May) Allen, to Mr Stanley W. Swann, eldest son of Mr W. J Swann, of Moreland Grove, Moreland, in the holy bonds of matrimony. The marriage took   place in the drawingroom, which was beautifully decorated for the occasion.   There were the horse-shoe emblems of good luck over every door and window, and as the bridal party entered De Gilio's band played the Wedding March. The ceremony was performed by the Rey. E. Edwards, an octogenarian Presby- terian clergyman, grandfather of the bridegroom. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming ia a costume of white duchess satin, ttimmed with point duchess lace, with tulle veil and wreath of orange blossom; She carried a shower bouquet of &a...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 6 April 1907

Wedding.       WIGNALL-WELLS. A very pretty wedding was cele-   brated at Christ Church, South Yarra, ou Tuesday last, when Mr George E. Wignall, son of Mrs G. Wignall, of Hawksburn, was   married to Miss Ethel Wells, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs L. H. Wells, of " Monks Eleigh," Powell street, South Yarra. The Rev. Gason Tucker was the officiating clergyman. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a very handsome ivory chiffon taffetta, over glace, trimmed with hand made point lace and silver cord. The bride also wore a handsome veil (which had   been worked by her mother) over a coronet of orange blossoms, and carried a shower bouquet. The bridesmaids were the Misses May and Edie Wells (sisters of the bride), Miss Beattie Miller and Miss Irene Ponder. Their costumes were   of white silk muslin, trimmed with   silver cord and tiny kiltings of Malines lace, finished with...

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St. Kilda v University. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 April 1907

St. Kilda v University. The Saints had to put up willi another reverse, this time at the banis rf University. The 'Varsity buys, in reply to St. Hilda's !KS, put together 256 runs, and it was not on a bateman's wicket either. L. Miller played an e\ ellent innings for 72 l..r ihem. St. Ivlda hm'shed eighth on t!io premiership list.

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Hawksburn v. Fitzroy. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 April 1907

Hawksburn v. Fitzroy. The above match was concluded on Saturday last at Toorak Park, [.'it/roy, in reply to Hawksburn's l:!'J, had sp ired '.'2 runs with four wickets down, and, ii.'suming their innings, easily topped thc. locals' score, not beiog got rici of till they had scored 225 runs. Dwyer 4S, and M'Speerio not out, were the principal run ffetters. On going in a second time. Black ie and Bowden gave a sp'endid exhibition of battiop for the locals. The former made 'Jl runs in 75 minutes, and hit live 6's, whilst the latter made 61 runs in yt minutes, and hit four G's. The score at the drawing of stumps was 181 for the loss of three wickets,made in an hour and a quarter. It was one of the most interesting bits of batting seen ¡his season. The season is at an end, and Hawksburn have finished seventh, indeed a contrast from being pre miers last season, and the team was as good, if not butter, than last season.

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Brisbane v. Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 April 1907

Brisbane v. Melbourne, Duriuç tba past week Mr James J. Kine, cbairiuau of tba Brisbane Churches' Cricket Uniou (oe a visit to Melbourne), bad au interview with the secretaries of the S.S.C.O.A. (Messrs A. C. G reçu wood au 3 J. T. Packer) with « viow of carly ucxt aeasou arranging for a team from tho local association to visit Cjueeuslaod. Tho proposal, which, with a little effort, should be brought to a successful issue, will bo brought before tho next delegates' meeting of the S.S.C.C.A. Annual matches between Brisbane and Sydney Church Aasociatioua are played alternately in each capital, and the success which bas followed tbeso highly beneficial functions, and the stimulus it gives to junior cricket in these two states, should lead the Melbourne juniors to give the proposal every consideration.

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Malvern Band. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 April 1907

Malvern Band. Ia the Mai vern gardens to morrow (Sunday) afternoon, at 5 o'clock, under distinguished patron age, the newly-formed Malvern Town Band will make their first appearance under the conduciorship of Mr J. Thorpe, and will render a programme of first-class music. At 4 o'clock y. short addresses will be given by His Worship the Mayor (Cr \V. H. Edgar, M.L.C.), and other prominent speakers, and a collection will be taken ip on behalf of the Alfn:d _ \ Hospital. ? --- . rai

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CRICKET. Premiership Struggle. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 April 1907

xB¿ IxiNGPIEU). Tooday tees ' the opening ol tibe taft J&䧧 wand for season 1906-7. And |iilagp .£3|| never before in -the history of ttalaaaa- " íigl ciation hu the last round had «heb a ~< JgÊ beating on the premiership. At 4ha Jßjä opening of- the round completed Saturday. Malvern Presbys., 8t. Jtiaïm, - J¡§¡ Armadale Weeleys and Sooth Yaps* % Baptists werevWtl equal on top. ÏVaai /¡g cjaturday'e exciting finish between î?p A rm adate Wesleys and Mal vern Preebys., i when tho former won by three raes on ! first inning«, was a. meritorious pedEoc- * ! marice for the VVesleyáTwhile disastrous for tho Ptesbvs., who rinht through tba season have been playing np to premier 1 ship form, and now, by their defeat on * Saturday, have been put ont of the ma uinp. They were extremely unfortnnmte iu not havna the services of Bert Beith and Bob Henderson on the second day, ? ^ which considerably weakened shear . ^ bowling, leaving the brunt of the attack to E. Hutmo and Pl...

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Armadale Baptist Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 April 1907

- -J Armadale Baptist Literary ?=4, Society. _._ ' ja I The last two meetings of the society . | have been well attended, the formar ~ being devoted to an essay on " The %, Dutch Republic," by Mr W. Green, £ and the latter to one on " Cromwell," | by Mr Alex. Martin. Although I-f nearly all the details of Cromwell's 3 life are familiar to most of the mern- ^ bers, Mr Martin's paper contained -|| sufficient matter to thoroughly S^à interest the meeting. A good dis- J% cussion ensued, in which Cromwell - S found as many opponents «a supporters. ~ m Next Tuesday Mr D. MoBork, ? » president, lectures on "A Ramble -^~>M Through London," illustrated hy---cjilf over roo limelight views- Admission 'Jsg

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 April 1907

The Prahran council meets on Monday evening next. THE MES5A>-F. HF PEA»X is always apprcciatod aud respoctetl by all true men, for many of us hope the tinto is not tar distant wijon it may bo universally adopted by all nation». Whou this comes to pass, happiness aud prosperity will bc tho rule and not the exception. In the meantime, Holloway's Pills and Ointment have largely helped to make foreign nations understand that English men delight in alleviating pain aud suffering. These wonderful remedies have been blessed in many lauds for the relief they, bave afforded and the cures effected. IChey are specially adapted for all obmplaiuts affecting the liver, stomach and kidneys, and at this season ho family should be without a supply. VALOAULK DISCOVERY roa TIIK HAIU.-If ypuT hair is turning grey or white, or felling . «RV'use '* The Mexican Hair Renewer," for lt will potitivtly rutore in ct^ry cast Grty er WM* hair to its original colour, without leaving the disagreeable smell of m...

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ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. Monday, April 8th. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 April 1907

ITEMS FROM ST. KILDA CITY COUNCIL. Monday, April Sill. Present - Mayor Cîibbs, and Crs Billson, O'Donnell, Stodefocd, Hamel. Hughes, Oonnibere and Pittard. I' I l-i Hil l. TliAMU A\ . Mr |. E Ur.iJford, manager ol tin.-St. K[Ula lin^htun electric trjin u.iy. wrote, in reply, in tefjaui to I lio 11 im rails IHMOU above thc sur Un-, pointing oui ih.il thc rails had boo" laid IO levels fmnislied by thc i iine.il, and that thc council agreed tn make ¡ip (heir roads I) the same level. Tirs lind not boen done, how ever. Ile asked tor ihe co-operation ol thc council in placing the road k vels m a proper state. The surveyor stated that thc road waa clangorous in parts, hut that was not due to any neglect oa tho part of the i ouueil to nuke the roads up to their lei el. The real danger was between the rails. It was decided io foi ward a copy ol the surveyor's report to Mr Brad ford. W \TKK MAIN. In rt*terence to a complaint made hy the council that the water main in Idenheim street wa> to...

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The St. Kilda Rifle Club on Tour. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 April 1907

ggjNj - on Tour. ,'l'ffl^ferj.*thë pearly bird, to catch "ne hrs* tram for Woodend, the St. Kiidaites started off on their annual Gaster trip on Good Friday morning, and owing tfe\he exceptionally heavy booking fof country resorts, the members had to wait until the third train was despatched before they could pet -' away We arrived at Wo H^nd at >¡ 30 a.m .and the match I being JixcpS for the a it ti no ,11, it gave I thc members41 iii? to look around the I township and view the mountain scenery ni Hie distance. After a closely fought match over 200. 500 and Ooo yards, seven shots, len men aside, St. Kilda proved the victors by «n, the scores being-St. Kilda, X5S; Woodend, 839. Morgan 90, Grtenwell 90, Bunn SS, Knox S7, Bayley 87, did best for St. Kilda, and for Woodend, Ellison 98. Taylor 90, Thompson 90. The lateness of the hour caused a rush back to McKenzie's Hotel, where the team was entertained at .dinner by the locals. In conjunction with this match a tie for a club compet...

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Bowling. PRAHRAN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 April 1907

Bowling. PRAHRAN CLUB. This afternoon promises to he an interesting one for the members of the above club, when a match is to be played against a team represent ing the Post Office officiais, on the green at Grattan street gardens. The G.P.O. Band will play selec tions, and the public are invited to attend. The President of the Prahran ] club (Hon. D. Mackinnon, M.L.A.), members for the district, and local councillors are expected to be present. The members of the club are just now competing for a ladies' bracelet, presented by the hon. treasurer, and non-prize winners' trophy, presented by Mr j as- Dunning, while on Eight Hours' Day, the 22nd inst., the progressive pairs tournament will take place for prizes given by the vice-Presidents, Messrs D. S. Oakley and A. H. Willey.

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Prahran City Band. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 April 1907

Prahran City Band. Tiie amount taken by the Prahran City Band at the gardens ooncert on behalf of the band funds on Thurs day evening, 4th inst., amounted to £50 13s 4d-within a pound or two ot the record takings for one night at the gardens. Daring the winter months the band will not discourse music in public very frequently, but will practise assiduously. The chances are that by uext summer the bandsmen will oe fitted out in their new uniforms, and every effort will be put forth towards the band retaining the proud position it has already achieved.

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The Standard SATURDAY, APRIL 13TH, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 13 April 1907

The Staadaïd SATURDAY, APRIL 13TH, 1907. The executive committee of thi Ladies' Home Industries' Associa tion's Exhibition of Women's Wori desires to intimate that the date o closing for entries is Monday nexl April 15th, at the Depot, 193 Collin street. The inter-club angling competí tions were brought to a euccessfu finish on Saturday, March 30th, a Keilor, and resulted, after a keei contest, in a win for the Essendoi Society with a total weight for thi season of 531bs lOfOzs- Richmon< was second with 45Ibs ¿oz, and nex in order came Prahran City 231b öozs, Brunswick and Coburg I8Ib: 5ozs, South Yarra lélbs 13ozs. Messrs J. S. Bartrop and CO.'J opening sale of poultry, Seo., as s special feature of their usual sale o: general goods, at their new ant commodious auction rooms, at Baj street, North Brighton (close to thc railway station), was of so encourag ing a nature that the firm intends tc hold live stock sales regularly ever) Saturday in future, and the furniture sal...

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