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The Career of a Famous Painter of Sea-Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 April 1907
The Career of a Famous Painter of Sea-Pictures. Recalling the career of Mr Bernard Gribble, twenty of whose pictures arc ¡indy reproduced in the March Windsor, the writer gays : - " lt wij wlien living at Plymouth, of which town his father was a native, young R.-rnird haunted ihe quays and doaks saw the launching of battleships and cruisers, wa'.ehed fer hours thc- ra.in 5. u vres of iht-' various orai;, cun-i to know I'VTV ¡li;;' ¿nd curve if their Inn':.!, an i. iu ¡.ku: ches Lire-bi; tdowing a w\):ld ol possibilities, lo draw the ¡tv.st minute deiatls i f ih^ir con btr;:cti,'ii ; iriiirtd and nourished si etui ns; Iv in the love of ships by the very air he breathed. " Having, besides thu natural gii't of colour, the capacity ot perce-ivine; and r p:&lt;. ;i>itlii'.g waar lu suv, it was in tiio?e carly years passed at P!ymo;iib thai he acquired that technical knowledge in nautical matters whiJi is. if nul une mailed, unsurpassed hy un\ of our modern pain ti.-it-. " Maki...
Princess May (Women's) Tent, I. O. R. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 April 1907
Princess May (Women's) Tent, I.O.R. - - Ax the last meeting of this teat the m.-mbers of the Pride of the Yarra Tent, under whose auspices tue above tent was started, paid an oihcial visit. Three new members were initiated during the meeting. The item on the syllabus was a reading competition of the initiation ceremony. There were seven candi dates, and after an interesting competition, Bro. Barkla, who acted as judge, at the invitation of the ,' tent, awarded first prize to Sister A. Muir (secretary) and second prize to j i Sister Woodford. Bro. Milner made ¡ ' the presentation to the successful | . candidates. " ^ , 11
Hon. Donald Mackinnon, M. L. A. ENTERTAINS HIS ELECTION COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 April 1907
Hon. Donald Mackinnon, ML.A. ENTERTAINS HIS ELEC TION COMMITTEE. (Ju Thursday evening last the Hon. Donald Mackinnon, M.L.A., tendered a .smoke social to his election committee iu the Prahran Town ¡UM. There was a large atti'i) Une-, i .Undine; ¡mmbeis of P.irli imc-r. councillors. an J repre st.-iru.tivc- citizens truro different viii- > ¡ist! tl. córate. in formai!v ue'corning his guests, Mr >:.-ukin!.oii think'tl all who had ass;>ti.d n si.c:ji-i-ig his teturn at the rec, ct ele. t ¡cn There were a iarge nuin-cr who ¡ic would liked to llave st- .1 \'rc: -.ii that evening, bir. h;i¡ p-_'.-i;>ri.>* o> limir thc cumber, and he hoped -hat none would feel ag grieved ;¡; no; bung present. Thosa present were the otlicial members of his committees, but ha recognised thor., tirare were a large number who had otherwise rendered valuable serviced. ( Heir, hear.) i Thc loas, of the King having been lionoiec, Cr Dooson proposed tile toast of P\t!i.i.iunt. tvi.i concluded by ...
Prahran Pioneers' Association. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 April 1907
Prahran Pioneers' Association. ANNIVESARY CELEBRATION. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The anniversary of the Prahran Pioneers' Association will be cele- brated on Monday evening next, when the members will sit down to tea in the Town Hall, and subse- quently an entertainment will be held. With very few exceptions, the celebration is to be participated in by the Pioneers themselves, and all will wish every success and enjoyment for the gathering. Mr D. S. Oakley (President of the Prahran Pioneers' Association), Mr J. H. Furneaux (hon. secretary), assisted by others, have all arrangements well in hand for Monday evening's event, which should prove interest- ing in every way.
Punt Road Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 27 April 1907
. Punt Road Methodist . Church The 54th anniversary services of this church were begun on Sunday last, when despite adverse weather conditions, good congregations greeted the preachers on each &nbsp; occasion. The Rev. John Nell &nbsp; officiated in the morning, the Rev. R. Dunstan (who is on the way from Western Australia to join the Queensland conference) preached in the afternoon, and the Rev. W. Clemens, the local minister, in the evening. Eash preacher delivered a splendid discourse, and delighted the congregations. Miss E. Dunstansang "The Refuge of the Soul," at the &nbsp; evening service. &nbsp; On Tuesday evening there was a good gathering at the social and &nbsp; coffee supper, over which Dr. Gault ably presided. The Rev. S. J. &nbsp; Hoban, of the Methodist Central Mission, delivered an address on the mission work, and mentioned many encouraging cases of reformation An address was also delivered by the Rev. R. Dunstan. The t...
Frahran V. South Yarra. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 4 May 1907
Fraliraa v. South Tana. ? ^-"SÍ The match between the above clubs attracted a fair attendance on - Saturday, but to those who expected to see a repetition of South Yarra's victory came a big surprise, for from start to finish there was only one team ia it. Against the wind for the first quarter the scores were Prahran, 3 goals S behinds (26 '? pointe); South Yarra, 1 goal 1 be hind (7 points), whüst upon a change of ends, and with the wind in their favor, the home team wera constantly shooting at the posts, the half-time record being-Prahran, 11 goals r3 behinds (79 points) ; South Yarra, 1 goal 3 behinds (9 points). Thus the game needs little description. The marking and passing of the Prahran team were excellent, and if they can f ¡ only realise that games are won by combined effort, and not by one or two individual efforts, then there is every probability of the team moving considerably higher up in the honor list. But a word or two of caution is necessary. Altogether, there is G...
FOOTBALL. St. Kilda v. Carition. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 4 May 1907
FOOTBALL. J St. suda v. Carlton. .a The seasiders fairly covered them selves with glory last Saturday, when they met and defeated the premiers sa on their own ground at Prinoe*6 Parfev- . ."--^a The game had not long been in pro- H Kress when the crowd realised that St. Kilda had got together a really first class team, capable of holding their own with the best of the league teams. Cumberland's reappearance in the team was in itself a tower of strength, and to the delight of his * admirers he struck form right away and played a really splendid game, he and Barwick playing into each other's hands as of yore. On Satur day's form. Renfry, the West Australian, seemed to create the best impression, and on account of his fleetness of foot he was christened '. Poseidon." The score at the finish was-St. Kilda, 8 goals, 8 behinds, to Carlton 4 goals, 6 behinds, and the St. Kilda supporters came away in high glee. To-day the locals play Collingwood on the St. Kilda ground, and given fine weat...
Land Settlement and City Land Values. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 4 May 1907
land Settlement and' ^^^^^^H Land Values. "'^JISH Ga Thursday evening, the «O&ÍÍÍEXHHH Cr Fi H. Cornwall delivered an lüß^^H dress entitled-" Land Settlement anJ^^SH ££ty&lt;Land Values" in the Lectn^||«£9| Hall, Winter street, under tbe^^^n auspices of . the Malvern _ Cmigm-VifsHH gational Literary and Social GmMbu-^SH when there were about 60 member» At the outset Gr Cornwall " **"'Íl¡§j»S plained by comparison with England -3§HS| and other countries, that the ie- ->-S|| sources of Victoria were by no means^^^pK used to their full scope, and further :§^^Sm demonstrated the necessity for extra ^WËi§& taxation on city and other lands that ^liSS have enormously increased in value" Í§1¡Í|H without any efforte-on the part of the ' owners, but as a result of the general ' ~¿C¿¡1 advancement and industry of the - >? vis community as a whole. In support -H| of this, a block of land in the city was - //& cited for example. The original price - paid for...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 4 May 1907
The " Bath of the Nymphs " was no more delightful than yours will be with Rosmarium on your bald head. See page 2.-(Advt.) A. FBEE EXCCBSIOK TO TUE COAST at this time of the year would be an acceptable boon to many a bil rd-working man, bat as such an instance is hardly likely to occur in these dall times, the next bsst thing a poor niau can do, instead of gettiac change of air and scene is to purify his Moo-i and cleanse his system wi til a few doses of Holloway's Pilla. This wonderful medicine for many years has been a blessing to the commercial world, it gives tone to the system and purifies the I blood and rap-'dly increases the strength of the brain. It also cures indigestion in its most advanced form,and in case? of nervous debility it is without a rival. 1Perfectly Safe and Mild, especially j adapted tor CHILDREN. 1 Keating's i Worm I Tablets i JA purdy vegetable sweetmeat, famishing-1 a most agreeable method of administering i Che only certain remedy for Intestinal or J Thre...
property Salas. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 4 May 1907
property Salas. -? Mr T. Overton, house and land agent, of 390 Chapel street, South Yarra, reports property' sales as under Six two-storey brick shops ad jacent Chapel street, in Higb-st., Windsor ; three two-storey shops, Bendigo street and Malvern road, Prahran :, two brick shops, Donald, street anä Commercial road, Prah- , ran ; due two-storey brick shop, High street. St." Kilda ; brick villa, Queen Anne> Clarke street, Prahran ; Thomas street, Windsor, d f brick villa, 6 rooms ; Trinian street, Prah ran, two brick cottages ; Alfred street, Prahran, single fronted w b cottage ; Moss street, Prahran, s f w b cottage, 4 rooms ; Argo street, South Yarra, d f w b cottage ; Burn street, Prahran, d f w b cottage ; Newry Btreet, Windsor, d f w b cot tage ; Packington street, E. Prahran, sf trb cottage ; Pridnam street, E. Prahran, two w b cottages. Land-Malvern, Davis street, 30 x II0> 33/- Per foot; Davis street, South Yarra, 90 x So, £3 5s per foot ; Garden street, Toorak, 50 x ...
RIFLE SHOOTING. Prahran's Representative for Bisley. SOCIAL AND PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 4 May 1907
RIFLE SHOOTING. .. ? ? -s .. Prahran* BÍsleyí';v: SOCIAL AND PRÉSENTATION; Cm Tuesday evening, last,- at tb miniature Tange of the Prahran Hi fi Club, York street, a .social wa tendered to Mr Chas. H. Candy, local resident and member of th slob named, who has been include in the rifle team to represen &ustralia at the forthcoming meetin it Bisley (Eng,), The chair wa occupied by the Hon. Donal Mackinnon, M.L.A., President of th Prahran Rifle Club, and amorjgs the visitors present were representa :ivesof several metropolitan rifle club whose names will be mentioned fur tber on in order of speaking. In rising to make reference to th ernest of the evening, Mr Mackinpoi expressed the opinion that the nfl ¡earn about to leave these shores wa ihV best Australia had ever sent ti England. Rifle shooting was essentia to the defence of the country. M Gandy and the whole team woul carry away our very best wishes fo their success. (Applause.) Wi would watch the doings of Mr Cand in'Engl...
EMPIRE DAY. MALVERN SCHOOL CELEBRATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 4 May 1907
] EMPIRE DAT. I i -?- i MALVERN SCHOOL CELE BRATIONS. . A representative meeting was held in the Malvern Town Hall buildings on Thursday evening last, for the purpose of making arrangements for the celebration of Empire Day in connection with the State Schools of the district. His Worship the Mayor (Cr Edgar, MX.C.) presided. After discussiou it was decided that on the morning of Empire Day the schools should be visited, when the Flag would be saluted, and patriotic addresses given. The afternoon was decided to take the formof an Arbor Day at the new Malvern Park, at the. corner of Wattle Tree and Bourke roads, when it is proposed to invite Members of i Parliament for the district, the Mayor and Councillors of Malvern, members of the local School Board of Advice, the head master of the school, and the scholars who recently won me scholarships.to each plant a tree in honour of the occasion. During the afternoon the Flag will be saluted and the National Anthem Sung by the children. A ...
Armadale Baptist Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 4 May 1907
Armadale Baptist Literary Society. The above society published the fourteenth edition of its magazine "The Bung Bung" last Tuesday, and despite the violence of the weather there was a large atten dance of ladies and gentlemen, the president, Mr. D. Mc Rorie, pre siding. The magazine was read by the Editor, Mr Edward B. Giles, and surpassed in excellence all the previous issues. The articles em braced a number of subjects of a very interesting oharacter, the humorous predominating. The doings of the members of the society at their recent Easter camp at Healesville were fully chronicled and created much amusement. Two numbers of this magazine are issued annually, and are considered quite a feature in the society's work.
Lectarette. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 4 May 1907
Lectarette. i Mr A. Drakard gave a lecturecte, entitled " The Comic Side of Life," at the Alma road, Congregational School Hall, on Tuesday evening last. Despite the very unfavorable night there was a very good attend ance. Mr J. Wilson Huchin, F.S.S., occupied the chair, and said he first met Mr Drakard in England, and subsequently at several agricultural shows, where ha found him doing excellent work advertising Australia. Prom what he knew personally, he was sure that they would have a really enjoyable evening. Mr Dra kard, in the course of bis address, referred to the faults and foibles of life, and by the recital of many quaint stories to illustrate his points kept the audience in a simmer of laughter from start to finish. At the close the Rev. Mr Slack, in a compli mentary way, proposed a vote of thanks to the lecturer, and congratu lated him upon the entertaining and able way in which he had dovetailed wit and wisdom. Whilst they had bad many a hearty laugh, yet behind it all...
Prahran's Destructor and Australian Cement. AN A.N.A. RESOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 4 May 1907
Prahran's Destructor and Australian Cement. AN A.N.A. RESOLUTION. IAt a meeting of the Prahran branch of the Australian Natives'As sociation, Mr W. E. Brunt, vice president, moved, and Mr F. McNaughton seconded, '* That this branch views with regret the pro posed intention of the Prahran City Council to use imported instead of Colonial cement in connection with the erection of the Destructor, in view of the fact that Colonial cement is generally admitted to be equal to the imported article." The motion was carried, and arrangements are being made for a deputation from the Prahran A.N. A. to the Council.
CANDIDATURE OF MR GEO. GODFREY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 4 May 1907
GA.NDIDATURE OF MR GEO. GODFREY. IQ another column Mr. George Godfrey announces his candidature for the Melbourne South Province of the Legislative Council. Mr Godfrey formerly represented the Province for nine years, and is therefore well in touch with the feelings and poli tical requirements of electors. Mr Godfrey will address a meeting of supporters at the South Yarra Hall on Tuesday evening next, and a si miliar meeting at the Arcade Hall, Chapel street, Prahran, on Thursday evening next. Mr G. W. S. Dean is secretary for Mr Godfrey. The polling day is Saturday, June ist, from 8 a m. to 5 p.m.
The Standard SATURDAY, MAY 4TH, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 4 May 1907
SATURDAY, MAY 4TH, 1907. Under the auspices of the Women's National League a social was held in the Prahran Town Hall on Tuesday evening last, and although the weather was unsuitable, there was a large attendance of ladies, who were entertained by Mrs Danby with solos -and by Miss Charlotte Hemming with recitals. Light refreshments were also served during the evening, Mr Fairbairn, M .P., presided, and emphasised the importance of women exerting their ? influence-in securing good govern ment, because their prosperity or adversity depended to a very large extent on the manner in which they were governed, Mr M'Outcheon also gave an interesting address, giving some good advice in regard to women's work in politics. The " Australian Journal " for May is to hand, and contains as usual a splendid collection of interesting reading matter. The serial stories,! " A losing game," " The Man who won," and "The Unloved Bride" are continued, while the issue also contains many splendidly written a...