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ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, April 15th. CHAR[?] ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, April 15th. Present-Mayor Flintoff, and Crs Nicolson, Densham, Williams, skinner, Upton, Luxton, Miller, Chamberí, Dobson and Naylor. CHUtm KNTEKTAINMEST. Mr J. II. Furneaux, ¡ion. sec. of tlic recent unmul moonlight charity ui'.tti ! ai:;;netit in Che Victoria Gar <itiis, forwarded a balance sheet, showing thac the gross receipts were i so j ;, ihr; expenses £17 lbs 8d, leaving the net proceeds at i'lbz ns ;d. Cr Luxton concratulaled thc Mayor on having received the record aruouir, ;i: 1J hoped thai, should His Worship be >n ollice nex: year, he would go still one higher. ("Hear, hear.) Cr Chambers said the committee of citizens who had managed the enter¿ainuienc had done specially weli by keeping thc expenses down io ¿"17 If.s NJ. Cr Nicolson said the corporation employes had given their services on both nights free, which meant from OÍ to S, CAL ii to them, thus showing that individually thc employes had contributed more than...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Malvern Poultry, Dog, Pigeon and Bird Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

Matara Poultry, Dog, Pigeon and Bird Society. The above society held their third members show in the Victoria Hall, Glenferrie road, on Saturday after noon and evening last, when a large number ot the general public were present, and expressed themselves highly pleased at the splendid show which was held. In ali the exhibits, which were confined to fowls, ducks, pigeons and eggs, good competition was shown. There were some fine exhibits ot pigeons, in which depart ment upwards of 20 first and special prizes were awarded. The prizes were awarded as follows :-Black Or pingtons.-Cocks-Mr J. Bunkin. 1. Cockerels-Mr E. Holland, 1 and 2. Pullets-Mr A. Phillips, 1 and special; Mr J.Adler, 2. Hens. Mr E. Holland, 1; Mr J. Adler, 2; Buff Orpingtons Mr H, G. Kingsland. Silver Wyan dotte.-Cock-Mrs A. J. Duncan. For pullets, Mrs Duncan, a first and special. Golden Wyandotte Pullet -Mr B. Lindsay 1 and 2. White Wyandotte Cockerel-Mr C. S. Wood, i ; Mr J. B. Ramsden 2. Barred Plymouth Rocks-Mr Wm...

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

HABÖCK CÜTJK 2 oz. AND 4 oz Tl N S r GUARANTEED THE HIGHEST QUALITY The Red House. J. SMITH, 434-436 Chapel Street, South Yarra GENERAL DEALER IN Second-hand Furniture. »Am ilii' g a:i<i Everything bought rdSild. Bu!liiin¿ Material and Tools otevery Description. Any quantity. Highest p:ice given. Old ruelal of all kinds Bought. Rosmarium Hair Tonic. pAOm"r-inirr» '?'"¡.tins, ¡ti ilie ili-bi pla<<-, all the properties AUSIUcfciiUHi du- old-fashioned but well-tried and well pro\ed plant Ko--r!iiai\ ; sciondK, those elements which form a fOQff for* the Hair, combim-il with substances which excite the SC&lp to healthy activity, and dissolve dandruff. In addition to these virtues, il is a preparation that imparts a be.-iuliful :^losb io the hair, and is a mest refreshing application. Rosmarium won't do impossible things. It.won't make Hair CHOW when the toots ate dead. lt will do unie h to keep yuiir Scalp in a healthy condition. Rosmarium is sold...

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

G. PLEASANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL. STREET, PRAHRAN (Nearly opposite|tne Arcade) Begs to draw attention to a io iv of bis Special ti ern edi es, which can be confidently recommended, having proved themselves fa) ^e higfey «Acacio» in the varions ailments mentioned. CORR m&T81£ <'fltetf). I' »r r^niuviaj Hard or So.I Corns. This well-established preparation has been imp roved by the addniun of aa ingredient which assists materially in reducing the discomfort usually occasioned by most corn eurea. PEJOE ls. per Sottlo A ^'.impound of Bismuth and Pepsine 'with Liver Stimulants and {Laxatives for Indigestion, Bilious, Liver and Stomach Complaints, Giddiness, bick Headache, Flatulence, Hea.-tburn, and all disorders arising from derangement of the'digestiv« organs. Thia preparation has been ¡riven with almost unfailing success in cases ot Dyspepsia, Cb runic U as tr ic Catarrh, Gastric Irritation with sickness, and in those trouolesnme sud difficult cases arising from se...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 20 April 1907

DEATH. LEE.-On the 19th April (suddenly), at his residence. No. 7 Alexander street, South Yarra, Henry, the be- loved husband of Mary Louisa Lee, aged 80 years, late of Botanical Gardens, Melbourne, and a veteran of the 49th Regiment of the Crimea, India, and the Grecian Islands. FUNERAL NOTICE. LEE.-The friends of the late Mr Henry Lee, are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the St. Kilda Cemetery. The funeral will move from his residence, No. 7 Alexander street, Sooth Yarra, to-day (Saturday,) 20th April, at Half-past 3 o'clock. B. MATTHEWS, Undertaker, South Yarra, and at Oakleigh.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 April 1907

THBOAX AFFECTIONS AND HOARSENESS. All Buffering 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, u allowed to progress, result ia serious Pulmonary and Asthmatic affections. See that the signature of John L Brown <fc Son is on every wrapper.-Prepared by John L Brown & Son, Boston, D.S. A. European depot, SS, Farringdon road, Lon don, England. Nail this fact to your head. Ros ea arium cafes dandruff, and stops hair falling out. See page 3.-Advt.

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Dr Barnardo's Homes. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 April 1907

Dr Barnardo's Homes Ia its quarterly issue for March, Night and Day has an absorbingly interesting story to tell about Dr. Barnardo's Homes which it repre sents. It speaks about a family of 8,000 inmates, admitting from below the poverty line eight or nine boys and girls every day, and comprising cripples, incurables, babies, deaf and dumb and blind and helpless among its varied flock. No wonder that it needs money-money for the victual ling, clothing and countless Deeds of a big town ! This is the month pf emigration, when the Homes send off to Canada their spring party. Some 350 boys and girls, carefully ohosen for health, for intelligence, and for industrious habits have gone forth, bringing the grand total up to 18,994, of whom, it ie the Homes' proud boast, that 98 in a hundred have proved themselves worthy and successful colonists. The Magazine reports a busy year, and its figures preach eloquently and surprisingly as to the need which still exists for rescue-work such as Dr. ...

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Welcome to Rev. E. Nye. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 April 1907

Welcome to Rev- E, Nye. There was a large attendance on Tuesday evening at the South Malvern (Glendearg Grove) Metho dist School Hall, when a meeting was held to welcome the Rev. E. Nye, B.A., who has been appointed to succeed the Rev. F. Lade, who was tendered a farewell last week, prior to his departure for Hobart, Tasmania. The Rev. E T. Cox, superintendent of the circuit, presided, and heartily welcomed Mr Nye. Addresses of welcome were also made by Mr J. Jenkin and Mr Eggleston, circuit stewards, Mr Davey (Glendearg Grove Church), and Mr C.- Weir (Spring road Churoh). The Rev. E Nye suitably returned thanks. During the evening a splendid programme of musical items was rendered, and refreshments were also partaken of. The meeting was of a very enthusiastic and pleasant nature.

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Prahran School Board of Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 April 1907

Prahran School Board of Advice. The monthly meeting of the Prah ran Sohool Board of Advice was held in the School of Arts room of the Town Hall on Wednesday evening last, when Mr D. 6. Oakley (chair man) presided, and Messrs J. J. Griffin, J. H. Furneaux, and J. E. Fraser, members of the board, were also present. The usual routine business was transacted. Information has been received from the Education Department that it is proposed to make the Hornby street State School a separ ate school, instead of being an ad junct of the High street school, which it has been for some time past; and also that the Toorak school will be separated from the Armadale school, and also become a separate school. These alterations, it is ex pected, will be made at an early date. The Education Department also notified that the galleries were to be removed from the Punt road school, which work has sinoe been done. PUNT ROAD SCHOOL. OFFICIAL OPENING OF NEW CLASS ROOMS. OD Friday afternoon next the official...

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BOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 April 1907

BOWLING On Monday last (Eight Hours' Day), on the Prahran green, a competition took place for the vice President's trophy, and was won by Mr Dummelow (leader), The con test for skipper lies between Mr J no. Doeg and Mr Joseph Biles. The latter contest will be fought out on a future date. To-day a team from the City Club (Melb.), whose headquarters are at the Flagstaff Gardens, will try con cludions with the Prahran Bowling Club, on the latter's green. Four rinks.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 April 1907

ALL IS NOT GOLD TEAT GLITTERS may be said about many brilliant prospectases that are frequently issued to 6naneiera ; they often herald the formation of companies which go up like the pro verbial rocket and oome down like a stick. Holloway's Pills and Ointment, unlike such shaky ventures, are the soundest investments in which people suffering from disease can entrust their money. They have the repntation of over half a century, and every day they retara substantial dividends in the form of good health. No disease has yet dis puted their infinenoe when a fair trial has been given. They cure dysentery, diarxhota, weakness, and liver and kidney diseases, whilst for skin' diseases they, have no equal. Sold by all chemist?, &c. 'LilSEfO COMPOUND ' Tr*'Stockport Remedy* for coughs mad colds. Orras Immediate relief. " An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of care," Use " Rosmariutn" before all your hair disappears. Sea page a.-(Advt.)

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St. Kilda Foreshore Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 April 1907

St. Kilda Foreshore Trust. Mr M'Cutcheon, M.L.A., chair man of the St. Kilda Foreshore Trust, has resigned from the trust. Mr M'Gutcheon gave as his reason for his resignation that as member for the district he would be able to render better service to the trust and to help St Kilda by giving up his seat on the trust. That body has written to Mr M'Cutcheon express ing regret at the loss of his services.

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Beautifying Dandenong Road. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 April 1907

Beautifying Dandenong j Road. A meeting of representatives of Prahran, St, Kilda, Malvern and Caulfield councils met at the rooms of the Municipal Association, Mel bourne, on Thursday last in connec tion with the proposal to beautify Dandenong . road by means of rockeries, plantations, &c. Cr Upton (Prahran) occupied the chair, and after consideration it was decided to ask the surveyors of the municipali ties interested to confer for the pur pose of drawing up a suitable scheme, and to report at a future meeting of the conference,

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Perseverance Tent. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 April 1907

Perseverance Tent. j At the meeting of the Perseverance Tent, No. 34, held on Tuesday last, the sisters provided an excellent and most enjoyable evening. A large amount of business was transacted, and the tent closed at an early hour. The meeting then took the form of a sooial. Parlour games and dancing were indulged in. Bro. James Oakley ably presided at the piano and Bro. Will Furneaux acted as master of ceremonies to the satisfac tion of all. The visiting brethren were called on to reply to a vote of thanks carried earlier in the evening. Refreshments were served by the sisters. Members are asked to attend the next meeting, May 7th, the occasion being a visit from Port Melbourne. The meeting will be a pound night.

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Rifle Shooting. THE PRAHRAN CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 April 1907

Rifle Shooting. THE PRAHRAN CHAMPION. On Tuesday evening next Mr Chas. H. Candy, the crack Prahran rifleman, who is amongst those selected to represent Australia at the Bisley meeting in England this year, will be tendered a complimen tary social by his comrades in the Prahran Rifle Club, at the miniature range, York s..reer, on Tuesday evening next. Mr Candy has received a letter from the Hon. Donald Mackinnon, M.L.A., congratulating him on his inclusion in the Bisley team. Other letters of a like nature have also been received by Mr Candy from other gentlemen in other parts of the State. Mr Candy leaves for England by the Ortona on May 7th. We are sure Prahranites will wish bim every success in the Old Country, and a safe return.

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Prahran Philatelic Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 April 1907

Prahran Philatelic Society. -* The monthly meeting of the Prah ran Philatelic Society was held on Friday, 19th inst., at the Coffee Palace, Chapel street. The Presi dent, Mr A. Thewlis, occupied the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were confirmed, and the billot for priority m the next ex change book proceeded with. Two applications for membership were received and accepted. Mr H. W. Maynard thea placed his collection of unused British colonials, Mr 3. J. Hatch his collection of penny reds, and Mr G. W. Minty bis collection of British and foreign on the table, and the members spent a very en joyable evening in examining same, and expressed their appreciation by a hearty vote of thanks. The Presi dent then declared the meeting closed. A hearty invitation is extended to any stamp collectors to attend the meetings of the society, which are held the third Friday in each month.

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Letter Carriers' Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 April 1907

Letter Carriers' Holidays. Ex-Cr John Turner, of Prahran, who for many years past has taken a keen interest in the welfare of letter carriers, writes as follows on the question of holidays-" Inasmuch as the letter carriers have no clear holiday in the year, save and except Good Friday and Christmas Day, besides their annual leave, I would suggest that they should be granted two annual holidays, viz., New Year's Day and the Sovereign's Birthday, neither of which is preceded by a holiday, and on which all places ol , business (hotels excepted) ave closed. : I write not only as a business man who has for 37 years filled many public positions, but as one who had the best opportunity of learning the maximum of privilege that can be granted to the officers with the mini* mum of public inconvenience to the public during the 14 years I was postmaster of one of the most impor tant suburban offices in Victoria."

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Prahran Public Library. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 April 1907

Prahran Pablio Library. [ The Prahran city librarian, Mr A, E McMicken, presented to the coun cil at their last meeting the atten dances at the Public Library for the quarter ended March, 1907, as follows January, 8,784 : daily average, 351. February, 9,322 ; daily average, 388. March, 10,134 > daily average, 432. Showing a total of 28,240 for the quarter, compared with 28,856 for the same period of 1906. Sunday attendances record a total of 1949 visitors to the end of March, or an average of 162.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 April 1907

4 " The Result of Having a Good Name." J. C. HUTTON respectfully requests the Public when purchasing his " PINEAPPLE BRAND " Bacon to see that it is branded with his name and trade roark, as unscrupulous traders are continually selling cheaper brands of Bacon as HUTTON'S.

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The Standard SATURDAY, APRIL 27TH, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 April 1907

The Standard SATURDAY, APRIL 27TH, 1907. A motor cycle contest bas been arranged by the South Suburban Club, when a five miles handicap will be held under the auspices of the Victorian Motor Cycle Club on the St,. Kilda cricket ground on Saturday next, May 4th, commencing at 2.30 p.m., prior to the St, Kilda Collingwood football match. It is expected that theare will be a large attendance to «ita eas the contest. Under the auspices of the Prahran Ministers' Association a " day of prayer " will be held on Wednesday, May 15, commencing at 7 a.m. in St. Matthew's School Hall, which meeting will be led by the Rev. Mr Storrs, M.A., and will be followed by meetings in tbe Prahran Old Town Hall, at 11 a.m. (Rev. W. Clemens, leader) ; 3 p.m. (Rev. J. F. Macrae, leader) ; 8 p.m. (Bev. H. S. Joyce, leader). A collection will be taken up to defray expenses. The return of Petty Sessions and Magisterial business at Prahran dur ing the quarter ended 31st March, 1907, shows that there were 180 civ...

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