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Legislative Council Election MELBOURNE SOUTH PROVINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907

Legislative Coaaoil Election -? MELBOURNE SOUTH PROVINCE. Matters in connection with the contest for the Melbourne South Province are becoming more and more interesting. Nomination day is on Friday next (Empire Day). The Hon. Thos. Luxton has been busy addressing many meetings, in j addition to making a personal canvas ¡ of the electorate, and expresses him self as being highly pleased with his prospects. Mr George Godfrey, who is the opposing candidate, has also put in some good and useful work, acd we refer readers to Mr Godfrey's adver tised list of meetings. He'will speak in the Prahran Town Hall on Wednesday evening next. Mr Godfrey's knowledge and thorough command of leading political ques tions is standing him in good stead, and he never fails to interest and impress an audience. He has been well received by representative meetings in different parts of the electorate. Mr G. W. S. Dean ÍB his secretary. St Kilda Council meets on Mon day evening next.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907

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St. Martin's Young Men's Club [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907

St. Martin's Young Men's Glob A well attended meeting was held in the school hall of St. Martin's Church, Hawksburn, on Tuesday evening lsst. for the purpose of considering the formation of a young men's club under the auspices of the church. The incumbent, Rev. J. Stephen Hart, presided. After discussion it was decided to form a club to be called " St. Martin's Young Men's Club," the night of mr*f>tînn tr» Hp- rraerv TiifHalatr. Mi* Stanley Mitchell was elected hon. secretary, and Mr D. Dowrick hon, treasurer. Messrs Ward, Brown, Ruffle, Morrison and Mills were elected as the committee, after which the meeting was adjourned till next Tuesday evening, when a report will be brought up by «the committee relative to the working of the club. Already the club has received sub stendal financial support. AU young men are entitled to membership, irrespective of any age limit. 'iii

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Prahran Mayoral Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907

Prahran Mayoral Ball. His Worship the Major of Prahran . (Gr W. Flintoff.) has arwouuod^rrÎs' intention of giving a citizens' ball on Thursday, June^Otfa next.

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Empire Day. ON FRIDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907

Empire Day. .? ON FRIDAY NEXT. Friday next is Empire Day, and, to judge by the preparations that are being made on all sides, the day will be celebrated in a manner chat will be thoroughly in keeping with the importance of the great occasion. The fact need hardly be reiterated that Empire Day was founded, in a large measure, to keep fresh the memory of Queen Victoria-the beloved Queen-one of the noblest and truest women who ever occupied the British Throne ; while at the same time the Day was also brought into being for the purpose of celebrating in a patriotic manner the great advance made by the British Empire-on which, as every loyal subject truly acclaims, the sun never sets ;- and likewise to instil into the hearts and minds of the rising generation a practical patriotism, veneration and love for the great Empire of which they form part. Empire Day of 1907 will be an important ona ia the histo y of Vic toria, inasmuch as a magnificent statue of the late Queen Victoria is to be ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907

FLORIMNE!-FOE THE TEETH AND BREATH.-A few drops of the liquid "?Flori line" sprinkled upon a wet tooth brush produces a pleasant lather, which thoroughly çlppnw the teeth from all parasites or im parities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar pearly-whiteness, and a delightful fragrance to the breath. It removes all unpleasant odour arising from decayed teeth or tobacco smoke. " The Fragrant Floriline." being composed. in patts of Honey and sweet herbs, is delicious to the taste, and the greatest -toilet discovery of the age. Of all Chemists and Perfumera. Wholesale depots 33, Farringdon road, London, England. ßA-TO SOAP For -Medical, Toilet, and Nursery use A. TILLEY, South Yarra

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PRAHRAN. Citizens' Celebration on Empire Eve. "AUSTRALIA AND THE EMPIRE." [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907

PRAHRAN. Citizens' Celebration on Empire Eve. " AUSTRALIA AND THE EMPIRE." The committee of the Prahran Literary and Debating Society have inaugurated a citizens' celebration, which will be held in the Prahran Town Hall on Empire Eve, Thurs day next, 23rd inst. A really unique programme is in preparation, includ ing addresses by the Hon. Donald Mackinnon, M.L.A., and Rev. Dr Watkin, on " Australia and the Em pire." In addition, items will ba contributed by the Prahran Choral Society, prominent vocal artists, and a series of patriotic views will be given by Johnson and Gibson's bioscope. It is confidently expected by the promoters of this effort that Austra lian sentiment will be fostered, and a deeper feeling of kinship with the Mother Country and her colonies inculcated in the minds and affec- j tions of our people. We anticipate that Prahran will rise to the occa sion, and assist in making the cele bration a thorough success. As several items of expense will be incurred, a small c...

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Billiards. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907

I Billiards. i-« À billiard match was played at the Bowling Green Hotel on Wednesday evening last, between Mr E. J. Campbell, New Zealand champion, and Master Percy Beddoe, the brilliant yonng billiard player. Campbell conceded Beddoe a 250 start in a game of 750. The game, which proved very interesting throughout, was won by Campbell by 36. The following were the breaks made by the winner-30, 33, 40, 152, 42, 49, 28, 28, 26, and 44 un finished, giving an average of 16.14. Beddoe's breaks were-79, 31, 22,30, 24, 28, 21, 27 and 21, his average being 10.4. The game was witnessed by a large company of onlookers.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907

11 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 mark, as unscrupulous traders are continually selling cheaper brands of Bacon as HUTTON'S. WATCH THIS SPACE

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Hon. S. Hanger at Mt. Erica. INTERESTING ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907

Hon. S. Hanger at Itt. Erica. INTERESTING ADDRESS. OD Monday evening last, in con nection with the Mt- Erica Young Men's Methodist Club, which has been recently formed, the Hon. S. Mauger gave a highly interesting and instructive address. . Mr Manger said be felt the Chris tian Church should lead, not only in spiritual, but in temporal matters. He was glad that it was being realised that religion was not a matter for Sunday only. When be heard a man say that religion was religion ; politics was politics ; busi ness was business ; and sport was sport, and should be kept to them selves, he was convinced that such a psTson bad to leam the very rudi ments of the conditions under which they lived. Their work in the future wouid have to be on the positive basis. In the past it had partaken too much of a negative character. They must ask, Why are there neglected children? Why are there drunkards ? Why the need for men to be sent to other countries under other conditions ? They would have t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907

THE STRAIGHT TIP for the winner is anxiously sought for prior to any of oar great races, and the joy or sorrow of the recipients is largely measured by the amount of money they afterwards win or lose. There is no uncertainty, however, or anguished suspense, as to the result cf using Holloway's Pills and Ointment. After a fair trial the gain is sure and great. The Pills, taken occasionally in prescribed doses, keep the digestion in order, excite a free flow of healthy bile, and regenerate the im poverished blood with richer materials. The Ointment is a grand remedy for the removal of rheumatic pains, wounds, sores, ulcers, cuts, or bruises. The " Bath of the Nymphs " was no more delightful than yours will be with Rosmarium on your bald head. See page 2.-(Advt.) LINSEED COMPOUND- Trad* Mark of Say's Compound Essence of Unsee ', for co ¿hs and colds.

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Prahran Branch A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907

Prahran Branch A N.A. At a well attended fortnightly meeting of the Prahran A.N.A, on Wednesday evening last, Mr F. G, Barnard gave a moat interesting and instructive lecture on " Insect Life." The Hon. Donald Mackinnon, M.L.A., was present, and was most enthusiastic in moving a vote of thanks to the lecturer. Next Tuesday evening, 2 ist inst., occasion will be taken to visit the Toorak and South Yarra Try Society, by invitation. No doubt many members and friends will be glad of the opportunity of witnessing the work of the society.

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PRAHRAN LIBRARY. PROPOSED ENLARGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907

PRAHRAN LIBRARY. PROPOSED ENLARGEMENT Cr Nathan is becoming impatient at the length of time that is elapsing before practical steps are being taken to enlarge the Prahran Library. At the local council meeting on Monday last Cr Nathan urged that the city surveyor should be instructed to prepare plans and specifications for the enlargement of the library. (Hear, hear.) It would not cost a great deal, as there was a great deal of space that could be utilised for such an extension, even if the resi dence of the librarian were included, and the librarian allowed extra remuneration to reside elsewhere. By extending the library buildings back to the school of arts rooms, Prahran would possess one of the best libraries outside of Melbourne. (Hear, hear.) Cr Nathan looks upon the enlarge ment of the library as an absolute i necessity from many points of view, i including that of health, and intends I to actively work to secure an altera- j tion to the present state of affairs.

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MALVERN. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907

MALVERN. Empire Day will be celebrated at the Tooronga road and Spring road schools in the morning by the salut ing; of the Flag, and addresses appro priate to the occasion will be delivered by His Worship the j Mayor (Cr W, H. Edgar), members of the Board of Advice, ministers of i the district and other representative citizens. In the afternoon the children from the fourth class upwards of the Spring road school will assemble at the Malvern Town Hall and marah along Glenferrie road to Wattle Tree road, where they will be met by children from the fourth class up wards belonging to the Tooronga road school, who will march from the railway station to Wattle Tree road. On the two " contingents " meeting a procession, headed by the Malvern Band, will be formed, and the company will then march to the new Malvern Park, corner of Bourke road and Wattle Tree road, where a sports programme will taite place, the Flag saluted, trees planted, and in all probability speeches delivered. The young...

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Sohools to be Visited. MAYOR FLINTOFT GIVES PATRIOTIC CONCERTS IN THE EVENING. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907

Sohools to be Visited. i MAYOS FLINTOFT GIVES PATRIOTIC CONCERTS IN THE EVENING. In response to the invitation of the Mayor of Prahran (Cr Flintoft), a large number of representative citi zens assembled in the municipal buildings on Tuesday evening last to take steps in regard to the celebra tion of Empire Day. The Mayor, who occupied the chair, stated at the outset that he intended to entertain the school children of the city at patriotic con certs in the city and town halls. (Applause^ Amongst those at the meeting were councillors, members of the Board of Advice, school masters and citizens. It was decided that during the morning the schools would be visited, where the children would be ad dressed by the Mayor, councillors and Parliamentary representatives. The Union Jack will be hoisted and saluted in the presence of the visitors at the Armadale school at 9 30, Toorak school io, Malvern road school 10.30, Hornby street II, High street 11.30, Punt road 12. The patriotic concerts i...

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Prahran v. Preston. A Win for Prahran. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907

Prahran v. Preston. A Win for Prahran. Prahran, accompanied by a large following of supporters, went to Preston last Saturday, and van quished the locals in masterly style. From first to last the game was a good one, although at times some unnecessary rough play was shown. Prahran was never pushed very hard, winning by the fine majority of g6 points. Of tha Prahran team, they one and all did their part, but I. Woods, Sykes, Carlson, tímitb, Neil. Boyland, Carden, Ferguson and Trevillian deserve special note. The final figures speak for themselves Prahran, 18 gls i3bhs(i2i points). Preston, ; gls 7 bhs (25 points). To-day Prahran play Essendon Town at Toorak Park, and as this is the most important fixture south of the Yarra there is going to be a large attendance. St. Kilda club goes to Geelong, and a crowd of St. Kilda barrackers are going to roll up at Toorak Park to barrack for Prahran. A line of cabs will run from the Prahran Town Hall to Toorak Park, 3d each way.

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. A Word about "Probabilities." [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907

MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. A Word about " Probabilities" Although there is three months to go before the annual municipal elections will be held, there is already a "stir" in connection with the Prahran council elections. For the Prahran ward Cr Nathan retires by effluxion of time. During his tenure of office he has done good work for the ratepayers, especially from a local 1 standpoint, as Cr Nathan, being a local business man, has always been accessible to ratepayers who desired attention to various municipal re quirements. In another column Mr Brunt, M.A., LL.B., announces that he will contest the Prahran ward seat. Mr Brunt has always taken a deep interest in public matters, and for some time past has been an office bearer of the local A.N.A , the 1 Prahran Literary and Debating Society, besides interesting himself in matters for the good of the district. Mr Brunt previously offered his services for the Prahran ward, but retired iu favor of Cr Miller. Com mittees are being formed on h...

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FOOTBALL. St Kilda T. Essendon. Third Successive Win for St. Kilda. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907

St Kilda T. Essendon«' Third Successive Win for St. Kilda. Nothing succeeds like success ; hence it was only natural that the St. Kilda ground on Saturday last should be packed with a record crowd, and there is no doubt that everybody got their money's worth. Both teams usually play an open game, which means very fast football, and the match under notice was fast and ex citing right up to within ten minutes of the finish ; indeed, when it became level pegging the tri-colors' supporters experienced a slight shock, as there was no knowing what was .going to happen, but just as the Gollingwoods on the previous Saturday showed re markable powers of recovery, so with the Saints-they came with an irresistible rush, and in five minutes put the result absolutely beyond doubt. It was a great game, first one side and then another being in the ascendant, making the excitement intense. At nrst change Saints' had 9 points to Essendon's 20 ; at half time the scores were 25 and 22 respectively. At...

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ST. KILDA. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907

ST. KILDA. Members of. the Board pf Advice have arranged'to visit the schools in conjunction with representative citizens. The British flag will be saluted, and appropriate addresses will be delivered to the children.

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