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Prahran Municipal Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

Prahran Mnnioipai Concerts. At the Prahran Council meeting on Monday evening last Cr Nicolson, chairman of the parks and gardens committee, presented a statement in connection with the series of muni cipal concerts held in the Victoria Gardens during the past season. There had been 19 concerts, at which the attendances totalled 70,425, viz., adults 47,847, children 22,578 ; average for each concert, 3,706. The gross receipts were £"695/6/4 ; aver age receipts, ^36/11/11. The right to sell ice cream, Sec., realised £"11/17/6, bringing the total receipts up to ¿¿707/3/10. The expenditure totalled ¿"359/14/6, the items being Band, 19 concerts, at £"6, ¿114; labor attendants, ¿"74 ; artists, £44/4/6 ; printing and advertising, ¿13/9/6; pictures, £"38; lighting, &c, ¿"66/17/6 ; timber for platform, &c., £"9/3/-. The net profits on the concerts amounted to £347/9/4. The band also received £40 for eight Sunday afternoon performances. Cr Nicolson spoke in eulogistic terms of...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS. All suffering from irritation of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate relief afforded by the ase of " Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous " lozenges " are now sold by most respectable chemists in this country. People troubled with a " hacking cough." a " slight cold," or bronchial affections, cannot try them too soon, as «similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic aft actions. See that the Signatare of John L Brown & Son is on every wrapper.-Prepared by John I. Brown & Son. Boston. D.S. A. European depot, 33, Farringdon road, Lon don, England. The Sunday school teacher asked the class-" What kind of boys go to heaven ? " and one little urchin yelled out-" Dead boys ! " A FREE EXCUBSIOK TO TUE COAST at this time of the year would be aa acceptable boon to many a hard-working man, butas such an instance is hardly likely to occur in these dull times, t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

ADVICE TO MATHERS!-Are you broken in your rest by a side child suffering with the pain of entring teeth ? Go at ones to a «foemist aadjget A bottle of Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrop. It will reliera the poor sufferer immediately. It is perfectly harm less and pleasant to taste, it produces natural, quiet sleep, by relieving the child from pain, and the little cherub «wakes "at bright as ?V button." It sooihas the child. it softens the guns, allays all pain, relieves wind, regnlaWw the bowels, and ts the best known eameâyior dysentery and diarrhoea, whether ^ansu^iromteetbingor other canses. Hrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup .sold by Medi cine dealers everywhere.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINT- [ MENT. Daring piercing winds and ' excessive variations of temperature every one ia mote or less liable to internal and external disease. Throat, cheat, liver, ¡ bowels, kidneys and akin all suffer in ¡ some degree, and may be relieved by rubbing in thia Ointment, aided by ', proper doses of the Pills, for administer ing which full directions accompany each box ; in troth, anyone who thoroughly masters Holloway's " instructions " will, in remedying disease, exchange the labour of an hour for the profit of a life time. AH bronchial, pulmonary and throat disorders require that the Oint ment should be thoroughly well rubbed upon the Bkin twice a day with great regularity, considerable briskness, and much persistence. [ Nail this fact to your head. Ros marium cures dandruff, and stops I hair falling out. See page 2.- Advt. LINSEED COMPOUND Trade Mark of Say's Compound Essence of Linsee J, for co ,1s and colds.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

MR Ä. FBENOíX Surgeon Dentist. 302 CHAPEL ST., PBAHRAN (Op. the Big Store). Teeth extracted free of pain. Artificial Teeth inserted on Gold and Vulcanite. Gold Fillings. Crown and Bridge Work done on the latest English and American principles. AU work guaranteed, and charges strictly moderate. Consultation Free, and Teeth extracte! free of charge from 9 to 10 a.m. daily. HOURS : 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturdays-9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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Bruce Drysdale's Citizens' Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

Brace Drysdale'* Citizens' j Concerts. j Sometimes rt is «aid that we have too [ mach amusement, bat in those days of [ strennous work, (here most be recreation oí some sort, and if one, siter the day's toil is over, can spend an' bone or two in a rational yet thoroughly enjoyable manner, then good will result. ~ Besides, with the long winter evenings upon ns, all work and no play would make very doll citizens. Such gatherings an are provided by Mr Brace Drysdale in the Prahran Town Hal! on Monday evenings are of a two-fold beoerit. That he hits the popular taste, and knows to a nicety what " bili of fare " to provide, ia eri- j deuced by the very large houses ne gets, and so long as Kruca keeps up bis standard of excellence, there is little doubt but that he will have continued success. Che programme, as a rule, does not contain one bright particular star, with the rest nowhere, but is uuiforoi f throughout. And a3 variety is the spice of life, so with these eatectainmeuts -, I the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

CLARKE'S B.41. PILLS. À Warranted Cure fi« adi Aoqoind or Cumlluilltnai TJtabaiges tera tb« XStSatf OtguB, In «tthw aoc Thea« hiñóos fina «1» ene Garnett PMEJ SB tte Side «al «tl KMncr Dtordetx. fies tow nsKooxy. I&ôg josi BW<T«>I Sold fy «O nhrmhtn . and lamttMperi throughout -tit*

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Malvern Band. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

Malvern Band. 3 There was a very large attendance at the Malvern Gardens on Sunday afternoon last, when the newly ] formed Malvern Band discoursed an excellent programme of music, under the coaductorship of Bandmaster Thorpe. The band must be com plimented upon the inspiriting music which they rendered, which was heartily appreciated by all , present. During the afternoon a < collection, taken up on behalf of the , Alfred Hospital, resulted in the sum ] of £g io/- being received. Mayor j Edgar delivered an appropriate ad- j dress, which was very attentively lis tened to. Mr. A. McKinley proposed a hearty vote of thanks to the band , for their services, which was seconded , by Cr Holmes, and supported by Cr , Ellis. At the council meeting on Monday ¡ evening. Mayor Edgar made re- : terence to the band performance, j and the splendid collection which < their playing had resulted io being received, and congratulated the band on the services which they had rendered...

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A Wee Scotch Night. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

A Wee Scotch Nicht. Last Wednesday . evening the Prahran Scottish Society held its first smoke concert, when there was such a gathering of tartan kilts and Glengarry bonnets that the un initiated Prahran i tes fancied the Russians had broken loose, and that the shades of those who fell at Bannockburn had been called to assist in defending the country. There were red tartans, green tar tans, blue tartans, yellow tartans, and "breeks," ail assembled in the Empire Hall at 8 o'clock, when the pipe bind played in the President, Mr. Donald Mackinnon, M.L.&. The air soon became thick with reek," and the clink of glasses kept I up a merry rhythm with the dialectic 1 conversation of the pure Scot, whose ; broad ah'? and rolling burr made a striking contrast to the clipped eb's and sofc r's of the Australian born Scot. The question " Hoo's a' wi' ye the nicht, mon ?" from a grey-haired : veteran might be answered with a 1 " Brawly. brawly, thenk ye for- 1 speerin' " from the one neigh...

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Prahran Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

Prahran Literary and Debating Society. The Prahran Literary and De bating Society will hold a mock Parliamentary election, to 'which the pnblic are invited, io the Arcade Hall, Chapel-street, on Wednesday evening next, at 8 o'clock, when the president, Mr J. 0. Pani, will pre side. The candidates for election will be Messrs Sambell, G. Brown, H. Davey, J. Donald, R. Lacey and J. E. Fraser. A very entertaining : evening is anticipated.

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Armadale Baptist Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

Armadale Baptist Literary Society. -^ On Tuesday evening last at the Armadale Baptist School Hall, the president, Mr D. McRorie, delivered a very interesting lecture on London, to a large audience, under the auspices of the above society. The Rev. Alex. Gordon, M.A., presided. The lecture, which was illustrated by a large number of splendid views, proved particularly entertaining, the lecturer having a thorough know ledge of his subject, and explaining the different views as they were shown on the sheet in a very graphic manner, which retained the interest of the audience right throughout. Mr McRorie was heartily thanked for the splendid evening he had pro vided. _

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South Yarra Angling Club. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

I - I I Sooth Tarra Angling Club, j At the invitation of the president, Major A. McDonald, between 60 and 70 members of the South Yarra Fish Protection Society and Anglers'Club, together with visitors from other angling clubs, assembled at the club rooms, on Tuesday, the 10th inst., when a very pleasant evening was spent. After doing justice to the good things provided by their host, the members and visitors had a game . of euchre. During tbe evening Mr ' J. H. Grey, chairman of committee, ] on behalf of the members of the South Yarra Club, presented the \ hon. sec, Mr A. Mackey-Doull, with j a very handsome hot-water kettle. ', Amongst the visitors were represen- J tat i ves of the Piscatorial Council, ', the Essendon, Brunswick, Coburg, Bichmond, Abbotsford, and Prahran j City Anglers' Clubs. I _ _ . _ i

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South Yarra Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

Sooth Tana Rifle Club. The annual meeting of the South Yarra Rifle Club «as held last week. The report submitted by the secre tary summarised briefly the proceed ings of a successful year, and con gratulated the members on the improvement made in their shooting. Several matches fired with country clubs showed that the local club could always put a good teaii into the field, as their trips were sig nalised by several decisive victaries. The treasurer's statement of accounts showed the splendid position of the club financially, with the creditable balance oí £15 8s 4d. The annual subscription which hitherto has been ios 6d, was reduced to 5s, which should have a good effect to bring along any young shots desirous of becoming marksmen. The com- 1 mittee are making special arrange- j ments for the coming year to try and I encourage the junior shots as much j as possible. The principal execu- 1 tive officers were elected as follows- 1 Captain, Mr E. A. O'Hea ; secre tary, Mr J. L. Moorhe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

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Prahran Choral Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

Prahran Chora! Society. -* The fourth concert of the above society was given at the Prahran Town Hall, on Thursday evening last, when the attendance was fair. The programme was scarcely one far a popular audience, many of the items partaking of the sombre, and nothing like enthusiasm was aroused. This in no way infera that the selec tions of the society were not well given ; on the contrary, the material at command could do very much better work, and so receive the plaudits it was entitled to. There was plenty of evidence of careful training, thoughtful study, and due attention to the spirit of the numbers, but a brighter and more taking se lection could, without difficulty, be made. We do not say this for mere carping criticism, but because we wish to see the society's evenings decidedly more popular, and with such good voices and so excellent a conductor, and such evident sym pathy between the two, there is not the slightest reason why this should not be the case. In a city like P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

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Christ Church Sunday. School, South Yarra. DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

Sohool, Soot rT%*rr». ^vSm DI^CRIBÜTION OF PRIZES. » JJ Ga Monday evemfr last, 15th "'--í^S inst., the large schoolmall «as «ell filled with scholars and their parents ~|¡¡ and friends to witness the giving Si away of the prizes for 1906, won by the scholars of the above school, by ' "|| Mrs F. Levien, of St. Kilda road. The proceedings commenced by some - Introductory remarks from Canon -sf Tucker, who highly commended the ' -I superintendent. Mr Walter Brook, ??.*£§ for bis untiring energy, patient perseverance, and great willingness :ji in carrying out hts work. He also ;.-s'f appealed for more teachers, as some of the classes were too large, and re- V$l quired the presence of a few more ''--îê zealous Christian ladies and gentle men, who were willing to give up | their Sundays and attend to the ^ religious wants of the young folk in ~ % the parish. i The Canon's remarks were fol- â lowed by a very well rendered nautical song by the won hy secretary, -¿ Mr William Bowden, entitle...

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CRICKET. South suburban Churches' Cricket Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

j CRICKET. South SttTjwfbaa Churches' Otitis/tí NOTES. Keen interest was taken in at least three of the matches in the last round, started on Saturday, which have a direct beating on the premierships. St. John's (last year's premier«), South Yarra Bap tists, and Armadale Wesleys are ali equal. 'I he last "hamed gained their two points by Punt-road failiug to put a team ia the held against them Kt. John's were disposed of for 74 by St. George's, who. ou the ?oalP'of time, bad lost tí wickets for 54 (G- Lewis of the latter team making 2S uot out, and taking 6 wickets for 38). The South Yarra Bap tists were kept in the field all day by Malvern Presbyterians, who compiled 150. Both these matches will bo con cluded next Saturday. If both Baptists and St. John's win the premiership will be decided on averages-between these two and Armadale Wesleys. If one is defeated a play-off will be played, if both lose Armadale Wesleys are premiers. The Sonth Yarra v. Malvern match is being played at ...

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The Standard SATURDAY, APRIL 20TH, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

i. The Standard SATURDAY, APRIL 20TH, 1907. ^ The new quarter of the Prances Willard Club commences on Monday next, April 22od. The 54th anniversary services in connection with the Punt Road Methodist Church, South Yarra, will be commenced to-morrow, when the Rev. John Nail, Rev. Richard Dunstan (from West Australia), and Rev. Wm. Clemens will preach at II, 3, and 7 respectively. There will be special anthems by the choir, and Miss Ethel Simmons will sing a solo in the morning, and Miss Evelyn Dunstan in the evening. On Tuesday evening, at 7.45, a social and coffee sapper will take place, at which! the Rev. S. J. Hoban, of the Central Mission, will be the principal speaker. There will also be special music by the choir, and solos by visitors, and a pleasant evening is assured. The admission is 6d. The first monthly social in connec tion with Mr Melcher's assemblies will be held in the Prahran Arcade Hall on Thursday, May 2nd, when dancing will be indulged in from 8 till I. Mr Will M...

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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

BOWLING BT " BE-UP." "Now, gentlemen, ¡g. Let s tune and to itVustily awhile.*' This was the spiritfihat animated the band from thè'General Post Office, and which discoursed sweet music during the afternoon of Satur day last at the Prahran bowling green. The Post Office champion bowling team were the guests of the Prahran Bowling Ciub. Mr Spring hall was the " Deus ex machina à U Post Office," while the President, tho : Hon. Donald Mackinnon, M.L \.t j represented the Prahran Club, anj u-elcom-d the visitors. The game was closely contested, each man stiiving to upho d the credit of his side with that "entente cordiale" of which all gentlemanly sports, and bowls in particular, should be asso ciated. Illustrative of the keenness of the competiiion was a rather unique experience at two rinks ; each side scored alike 20 and 2b* respectively, leaving the matter in the hands of the two remaining rinks to decide which side should hold the laurels.. At the close of the game the Post Office ...

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