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Telephone Exchange for St. Kilda. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 11 May 1907
Telephone Exchange for St. Kilda. A deputation of St. Kilda residents, headed by Messrs D. V. Hennessy and A, Willis, waited on the local council on Monday evening last with a view to seeking the co operation of the council in having a telephone exchange established in St. Kilda. It was pointed out that a local exchange would tend largely to relieve the pressure of work at the Windsor Exchange. The council agreed to the request of the deputa tion, and on Thursday last a further deputation on the subject waited on Mr Mauger, Acting Postmaster General. Mr Mauger expressed sympathy with the movement to create a St. Kilda telephone " ex change, and promised to call for reports on the subject, and would announce his decision at an early date. _
MALVERN HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 11 May 1907
H&LYERH HARRIERS. The Malvern Harriers ran from Edwards' Foresters* Arms Hotel, Oakleigh, on Saturday last. The trail, about S miles, was laid by R. Clarke and H. Fraser. N. Johnson was pace and J. Kiddie whip. The run-in (500 yards) resulted as fol lows :-Ü. Hardy, 1 ; C. J. Fraser, 2 ; P. G. Everist, 3. In the evening the Annual Smoke Night was held, Mr G. G. Arcus, president, presiding. An interesting programme of songs and recitations was rendered, and j during the course of the evening the j prises won during 1906 were pre- j sented, including the medals secured ' by the club for winning the B section at the last 10-mile championship. Mr B. J. Parkinson, one of the vice presidents, and an old harrier, de livered a speech full of sound advice to the members on the question of training, &c. To-day the club runs from Holy Trinity Church, Kew, with the Clifton and Northcote and Y.M.C.A. Harriers. Train leaves Princes Bridge at 2.50 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 11 May 1907
The old established Federal luncheon and dining rooms, of 80 Chapel street, Windsor, a notice in reference to which appears on page I, are very popular, and are being well patronised. First-class meals are provided for 6d, afternoon tea is obtainable, and Mus Monk, the proprietress, and her staff of assistants give every attention to customers. HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS. Sure Relief. The weak and enervated gaffer severely from nervo aa affections when storms or electric i disturbances agitate the atmosphere. Neuralgia, gouty pangs and flying pains, very distressing to a delicate Bystem, may be readily moved by rubbing this ; Ointment on the affected part after it has been fomented with warm water, j The Pills, taken occasionally in the doses ; prescribed by the instructions, keep the \ digestion in order, ««site a free flow of 1 healthy bile, and regenerate the im poverished blood with richer materials, resulting from thoroughly assimilated food, waneing which, the strongest mas...
AU Saints' St. Kilda. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 11 May 1907
AU Saints* St. Kilda. A series of parish monthly enter tainments have been arranged to take place in the schoolroom in aid of the funds for the Gregory Memo rial Hall, qn the following dates Thursday, May 30, given by Miss Godfrey ; June 27, by All Saints' Choir ; July 25, by Girls' Friendly Society ; August 39, by Young Men's Class ; September 26, by Sunday School ; October 31, by All Saints' Choir. These gatherings are being looked forward to from a social point of view, and it is hoped they will be well patronised, so that a substantial sum will be handed over to the funds of the above mentioned hall. Mr Stanley Bogers, Shirley Grove, Dandenong road, is hon. secretary to the movement.
Young Men's Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 11 May 1907
Young Men's Association. In connection with the Mt. Erica Methodist Yoong Men's Association, a public meeting will be held in the school hail on Monday evening next, May 13. All young men are speci ally invited. The Hon. Samuel Mauger, M.H.R., Acting Postmaster General, and Mr W. GilIanders,B.A., from New Zealand, Associate National Secretary of the Y.M.C.A., vi ill deliver addresses, and a musical programme will also be provided. Admission is free. The association, which was formed recently, has affi liated with it a Literary and Debat ing Society, and is about to form a gymnasium.
Hawksburn Lacrosse Club. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 11 May 1907
Hawksburn Lacrosse Club ?-? On Saturday last Hawksburn and University Clubs opened the pre miership matches at Toorak Park. The ground after the week's rain was in perfect condition for lacrosse. Both teams were well represented. Hawksburn were without their centre man, BickerstaS, whose place was filled by Macpherson. From the face off the local team forced the game. The forward play of the Hawks was fair, but the passing was not up to their standard, J. Camp bell and Tyrie played well for the University, and W. Bryning, Slack. Furneaux and Bald for Hawksburn. Result-Hawksburn 15, University 5 goals. To-day Hawksburn play Elsternwick at Toorak Park. Visi tors welcome. Come and support the local club.
"The Peril of Melbourne." [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 11 May 1907
[ " The PerU of Melbourne." j i By A. DEAKARD. Under the above heading the Victorian Land Settlement Division ot the Immi gration League of Australis will very shortly issue a pamphlet, prepared by Mr Marshall Lyle, which will be well worthy of perusal, especially by those who wish to see the State make even more rap:d progress. Victoria has been called the Garden State of Australia, bat when we look at its productions, and think cf its capabi lities, and then contrast them with what is being done in other countries, it makes as pause aud ask whether, after ail, we are as " go-ahead " as we boast of. We are always hearing about land settlement and the need for population ; it is the pet theme at all sorts of gather ings ; newspapers devote columns to the subject ; politicians with an eye to be ing thought patriotic declaim in sten torian tones that we cannot be success ful without increasing the number of settlers, and yet, when one sits calmly down and analyses what has actually an...
St. Kilda City Brase Band. APPLIES TO THE COUNCIL FOR A DONATION. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 11 May 1907
St. fflldaClty Br«« Biuwi, APPLIES TO THE COUNCIL FOR A DONATION. At the meeting of tt»B St. Kilda council on Monday evening last Mr. W. T. Pollard, hon. secretary of the St. Kilda City Brass Band, wrote asking the counoil for a donation to wards die funds of the band. It was pointed out that the band had lately purchased two new instruments, one at a cost of ¿27, and at the present time the band was indebted to its treasurer. The band desired the support and encouragement of the council to help it to become efficient. Cr Stedeford asked whether, in the event of the council giving a donation to the band, the council would have first call on the services of the band ? The Mayor : They have never re fused at any time we have asked them for assistance. Cr Barnet : We do not object to support the band, but we should have a right to their services. Cr Hughes said the band had done a great deal and had worked very hard in the cause of charity. He was sure that should the council re quire ...
The Standard SATURDAY, MAY 11TH, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 11 May 1907
The Standard SATURDAY, MAY 11TH, 1907. We have received the first num ber of a new monthly journal published by the " Bulletin," en titled " The Lone Hand." Looked at from whatever standpoint, variety and quality of matter, illustrations, paper, general get-up, &c, it reflect: great credit upon the publishers This is a crowded number, for the type used is smaller than that usually devoted to such magazines, hence there is a large assortment of read able literature. Bruce Drysdale had a fine house on Monday evening last, at his usual weekly concert in the Prahran Town Hall, when a good programme was rendered. , The bioscope scenes were excellent, especially those entitled, " By the Seaside." Great enthusiasm was aroused when the St. Kilda footballers were shown on the screen. An extra special programme has been promised for Monday evening next. Mr Drysdale's concerts in the St. Kilda Town Hall on Friday evenings are also proving very suc cessful. Miss A. L. Finlay announces i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 11 May 1907
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Trades Football. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 11 May 1907
Trades Football. On Wednesday iast a football match wis played between tlie Pr.ihtan Trail, s and Maples' turni tute w.tri lum-es O'lnhtned. on the Praht au Trades'ground. The game was an evenly contested otie all through, and resulted in a win for Maples hy three points, the result being Maples, ; gls 15 bliB-57 points. Trades, 7 els 12 bhs-54 points. Fra'' ran l'iiuies ¿Oá\ kickers-A. T. ¿ir _., H. Bambi idee. G. Jackson, I!. ILuiltvson, B. Manu, and A. L.tilewood i each. Ai' members ol' thc Prahran Trades PC arc L't.|UL'stcd to meet at the S;. Kilda iti.ke. ground every Mon day .:n! linday evenings lor the purpose ot training.
Prahran Literary and Debating Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 11 May 1907
Prahran Literary and Debating Society. A meeting of the above society was held ia the lodge room. Prahran Arcade, Chapel street, on Wednesday evening last. The President, Mr J. Colin Paul, presided. One new member was received. The syllabus item for the evening was a debate, " Should the Prahran-Malvern Tramway be built and carried on by the municipalities ? " The discussion which ensued proved most interesting and instructive. At the conclusion, Cr Upton, who was present by invi tation, spoke very strongly in favor of the tramways being municipally owned. A vote of thanks to Cr Upton and to the openers (Messrs R. A. Lacey and P. Sambell) brought a very pleasant evening to A close. On Thursday evening, the 23rd inst., the society has decided to hold a grand patriotic concert, to take the form of an Empire -Night, in the Prahran Town Hall. An address will be delivered by the Rev. Dr. Watkin, and a good programme is being pre pared. Full particulars will appear in the next issue of rb...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 11 May 1907
A DAY AT " 'APFY 'AMPSTEAD " is thoroughly enjoyed by the East End poor, as is amply proved by the immense crowds who flock there every Bank Holiday. The pore air and bracing atmosphere to be found on the breezy heights ol Highgate and ita neighbour hood cannot tail to benefit those who eau only spend a few bous in their midst. Holiday*, however, cannot be folly enjoyed by those persons who are goffering from disease. Holloway's Püte and Ointment-can speedily remove, thia drawback to pleasure if a fair trial is only afforded them. As a cure for rheumatisni, goat, fevers, diarrhoea, djueaaea of the skin, scrofula, ulcers, sores, boms, or old wounds, they are beyond competition.
EMPIRE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 11 May 1907
EMPIRE DAY. Arrangements for the due celebra tion of Empire Day (Friday, 24th inst.), are being pushed forward locally with [all despatch, and no effort will be spared to make the I event one of interest, education, instruction and patriotism amongst the school children. At the invitation of the Mayor of Prahran (Cr Flintoft) a meeting of members of the local School Board of Advice and bead teachers was held in the Mayoral parlor on Wednesday evening last, to take preliminary steps in regard to the celebration of Empire Day. His Worship promised to give patriotic concerts to the school children in the evening in both Town Halls. During the day repre sentative citizens will visit the schools and address the children on patriotic matters bearing on Empire Day and the British Empire. A further meeting of citizens is to be held on Tuesday evening next at the Town Hall, in order to arrange many necessary details. In Malvern the schools are to be visited by representative citizens on Empi...
Prahran Ministers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 11 May 1907
Prahran Ministers' Association. The above association has arranged to hold a series of triple-abstinence lectures in the local State schools on Tuesdays, May 14, 21, and 28, be tween 9.3a and io a.m. The subjects to be comprised in the lectures are Smoking, Drinking and Gambling, and will be delivered at the following schools, in rotation, on the dates named :-Punt road, High street, Horn by street, Malvern road, Canter bury road and Armadale. The lecturers are the Revs W. Clemens, W. T. C. Storrs, W. J. Eddy, H. A. Overend, W. S. Rolland and E. W. Nye. The Rev. Harry S. Joyce is secretary of the Prahran Ministers' Association.
Prahran and South Yarra Private Assembly. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 11 May 1907
Prahran and South Yana Private Assembly. -«.- j The opening dan oe of the season j io connection with the Prahran and | South Yarra Private Assembly was held ia rite Prahran City Hall on Wednesday evening last, and in every way was successful and enjoy able. Tbje management, as it always is io connection with these assemblies, was in excellent hands, the com mittee being comprised of gentlemen courteous, affable and obliging, and ever ready and willing to do all possible to ensure the comfort of patrons. Mr Arthur J. Conquest, hon. secretary, bad all the necessary arrangements perfected, and worked zealously and unsparingly to supple ment the efforts cf his committee. The scene io the ball room was very pretty, for which, of course, praise is due to the ladies, whose costumes reflected credit on their artistic tastes. The President of the assembly, Cr Wm. Densham, accom panied by Mrs Densham, was present. Cr Densham has long been connected with the assembly, and he is exceed ingly p...
Malvern Council. Monday, May 6th, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 11 May 1907
I Malvern Council. I -? Monday, May 6 th, 1907. Present-Mayor Edgar(chairraari), and Crs Cameron, Weller, Parslow, Cornwall, Ellis, Lewis, Wilson, Holmes and Carroll. EASTERN RECREATION RESERVE. I A com ma ri i cat icm was received I from the Laads Department that j there was no record of the council having been appointed a committee of management of the Easter! Recreation Reserve. Cr Wilson moved and Cr Ellii seconded a resolution to the effect that the necessary application b( made that the council be appointed i committee of management of tht reserve.-The motion was carried. APPLICATIONS. Applications from four resident! in various streets for the council'« approval to occupancy of premise* as work rooms were referred to the Town Clerk. MALVERN STATE SCHOOLS. Mayor Edgar reported on a depu F tatton to the Minister of Education relative to increased accommodation for the Malvern State Schools, that the result of the deputation was very satisfactory. The Minister had granted all th...