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Prahran aad South Yarra Trades v. Essendon and Flemington. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907
Prahran aad South. Tarra Trades v. Stuealoa aal Flemington. There was a fair attendance at the Toorak Park on Wednesday after noon, when teams representing the above, tried conclusions. The game' OoatbraH OB pace 4 Continued from page 3. needs little description, for the home team lose mainly because their players indulged in separate runs with a \iew of outstripping their opponents-tactics that scarcely ever come off in football. In nsarly every case tho brilliant individual effort only rt suited in the other side gain ing .in advantage, when passing to their iA\n m¿n would ha\e been a real gain. ]c is strange teams do not realise that they can only win by combinei UTjtt. Up to within fifteen mmuie.i i i cimb the scores were lc. cl, th;'ti thc visiu r- came with a. rush a'iJ put un throe tr )d.!s, the lina! h^im.tan >> ^ s 15 hhs (&lt;):? p.;i:its). i'rahr.u), -I qls 12 hhs (IS points).
Prahran District Churches' Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907
Pr&hx&n District Church.es' Football Association. SECOND ROUND. Results last Saturday's play Christ Church 7 goals 8 behinds, v. Malvern Presbyterians 1 goal 2 behinds. Mt. Erica 2 goals 15 behinds, v. South Yarra Baptists 3 goals 2 behinds. Prahran Presbyterians 9 goals 13 behinds, v. South Malvern Metho dists 4. goals 17 behinds. NOTES. On the premiership ladder Christ Church is the only club undefeated. Umpire Marriott ieports the Christ Church and Malvern Presby terian engagement was played in a manly spirit. Malvern Presbyterians badly missed such players as Morrison (in the ruck) and Mncheil (forward) last Saturday. The goal kickers for South Yarra Baptists were Findlay, Dunckeley and Secretary Hubble. A. Peters contributed 4 goals towards Prahran Presbyterians total of 9 goals 13 behinds Christ Church are going ahead in leaps and boundß. Their recent per formances makes their numerous supporters feel that to win the pre miership is an easy accomplishment. TO-D...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907
All Sporting Requisites A N D Football Material J. K. SMITH, The Sports Emporium, 13.G Elizabeth Street MELBOURNE . Catalogue of Sporting Requisites iree any address. FOOTBALL SEASON. Local Clubs and Societies, PATRONISE OWENS SPORTS DEPOT, 284 Cliapei-street, Prahran. Sherrin's Footballs, 12 6 and 15/0 Sew Aerial 12 0, Waterproof 15/ D.ÜSV Match ll. 10 6 : III, S/6 A.S.A., G/0. S6: Comet Match 11.76; Don, li 15 ; Don special 13,6 Club Match, w'.ih best bladder, tí/O Maten Footballs, 5/0 Youth*" Foothills, 3/0 and -1 tí ßjys' Footballs, 1 9 and OWHN'S SPORTS DEPOT, 2S4 Chapel Street, Prahran.
Australian Versus Imported Cement. DIFFERENT OPINIONS. COUNCIL AND A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907
Australian Yenna Imported Cement. - DIFFERENT OPINIONS. COUNCIL AND A.N.A. Messrs D. Themas (President), ] W. E. Brunt, M.A. LL.li., , McNaughton, and Geo. Fiizsimmons , (secretary), members ot the Prahran , branch of the A.N.A., waited on the , Prahran council on Monday evening ¡ last for the purpose of urging that , Australian cement should be used in ¡ the erection of the refuse destructor buildings. Mr Thomas said the A.N.A. held that it was a good thing to encourage local industries. They bad great respect for the Mother Country, but in matters of the kind under notice they had to look after themselves first. The policy of the country was Protection in order to keep our manufactories going, and the Prahran branch of the Australian Natives Association hoped that the council would adhere to the settled policy of the country as far as possible. Mr Brunt exhibited some samples of Australian manufactured cement, which, he said, had been tested and found satisfactory in every way, in...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907
TOBACCO. GUARANTEED THE HIGHEST QUALITY. The Red House. J. SMITH, 434-436 Chapel Street, South Tarni. GENERAL DEALER IN Second-hand Furniture. Anything and Everything bought and Sold. Building Material and Tools of every Description. Any quantity. Highest price given. Old metal of all kinds Bought. Rosmarium Hair Tonic. DftflmoKinm contains, in the first place, all the properties IbOSIUiiriUIll 0f the old-fashioned but well-tried and well proved plant Rosemary ; secondly, those elements which form a food fOP the HaiPf combined with substances which excite the scalp to healthy activity, and dissolve dandruff. In addition lo these virtues, it is a preparation that imparts a beautiful gloss to the hair, and is a most refreshing application. R08marium won't do impossible things. It won't make Hair Grow when the roots are dead. It will do much to keep your Scalp in a healthy condition. Rosmarium is sold entirely on its Merits, When we say that it will «top Hair from falling OUt, that it ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907
G. PLEASANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL. STREET, PRAHRAN (Nearly oppontejthe Arcade) Beg» to draw attention to a few of hil Spacial Remédies, which caa be confidently recommended, having pro red themaelvw to be highly efficacioni in the varions ailment* mentioned. coan «á%ni vstd). e " *? For removing Hard or Bo.t Oom». This well-eat&bliihed preparation hu been improved by the addition of an ingredient which Milts mater iaily in reducing the discomfort moally occuioned by most corn earea. FBXOB 1* par Bottli. A compound of BUmnth and Pepiine 'with Liver Stimulants and ILaxativea for Indigestion, Bilfooi, Liver and Stomach Complaint*, Giddiness, Sick Headache, Flatulence, Heartburn, and all disorders arising from derangement ot the^digeetivt organs. This preparation has bean given with almost unfailing success ia cases of Dyspepsia, Chronic Gastric Catarrh, Gastric Irritation with sickness, and in those troublesome and difficult cases arising from sedentary habits, or from excesses...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907
¡)(,N'r couiiH.-Rili'ef can bc obtained aim. .¡i:-.(ely. Use K RATING'S COUGH I.&lt; 'ZlíNC ks "-well known as 1 he utterly unnvall r! C>u b K.ccilj. Slron^íy rcom rceti ). '! 1 v" tn'»r:y etrii.'iont physicians They ;.f «>u«*ft et-fk liie ror.gh »o4 reranTC the i an-. - r. i1....iir any .'.fl?&lt;&lt; efíVrt ; tii.: 11JO3I cluln.iii' . :;n i.htTiifor» t:ilwí? thom. One I.&lt; «uu" K!I»III^ ^ivcs case-one or lwo at ijcdiiniL' cnsureii reit. Kuli' everywhere ia l ma 13¿&lt;i each. Downcast Sufferers. The Case of Hrs. C RUSSELL. [By a Melbourne Reporter.) This vs just tho story that many a weary and downcast murtal will relish roadme, for in. it contains tho very in formât iou which, should inspiro that de lictis thrill of hope which Mrs. Char lo! u' Ku-scll felt when sho read some th ¡ HR similar on thc occasion iu refer ono- lo vi hu h a conversation took place luv residence. C7 Buckley-street, Ko-vtsrv.-.v. To our rcprcseu-.ativo Airs K...
The Story of St. Christopher. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907
Tha btory of St. Christopher, j 'I'lui legend of St. Christo; ber, i picturesquely realised by Mr Yearlies, twenty one of whose pictures are finely reproduced in the Aprii W iudsor Maga /iue, is so little kuown that wo are | tempted to toll it li re in txtcnso. There li» eil in Syria, in the early part of the third ceutury, a mau of gigantic strength ami »t.uure. Ile sought, with consider able perplexity, a master, since he was resolved te serve uoue who owued a superior. He engaged himself first ¡D service to the World, but it soon appeared to him that the W orld was subject to thu Devil, and ht therefore transferred his íilleyiaüto to that personage. He so ved thu Devil with great assiduity for Nim« tine. 1 he day came, however, m which the. conduct of the Devil, to avoid crossroads, set him wondering why so ni car a potentate should turu from his course : and it seemed to him that his master was ia fear of thc siiU of a thins called Christianity. lie ii. -ici ted hiui/coiiseijuen...
ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, May 13th. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907
ITEMS FROM PRAHRAN CITY COUNCIL. Monday, May 13th. Present-Mayor Flintoft, and Ors Nicolson, Densham, Williams, Skinner, Upton, Nathan, Miller, Chambers, Dobson, and Naylor. PATRONAGE GRANTED. Mr F. E. Pausacker, secretary of the Toorak and South Yarra Try Society, wrote asking for the patron age of the council to the society's annual demonstration, to be held in the Melbourne Town Hall on June 17th next. On the motion of Cr Nathan, seconded by Cr Chambers, the appli cation was acceded to. DONATIONS TO LIBBARY. Mr M'Micken, librarian, reported the receipt of the following donations towards the library- Chambers's Journal, 1906, per Mr J. Thomson, of Dandenong road, Windsor ; Mrs Eddy's "Science and Health," per Mr J. B. Officer, Bank Place, Melb. ; " Handbook for East Africa, 1907,'" per Mr Chas. A. White, F.R.H.S., Nairobi, Africa ; " Gum Boughs and Wattle Bloom," per Mr Donald Macdonald. Cr Dobson moved that the donors be thanked. Cr Chambers, in seconding the motion, said Mr Whit...
Lacrosse. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907
Lacrosse. iliwk^biun v. Elitt rri-.vi'jk.-This | ir..il».h Wo.-, pUyd at Toorak Park, ] on Siiuriiüy lait. There wss a ¡ tan a:te:ulince of spectators and the ground was 1.". very geed corj d-tion ;ot 'lacrosse. Fi oin thc fice ( t) the h .mc team haJ the advan tï£ï. I c oelathcr i» a great addi- ; tien to thc KLtcrnwick temi j McPherson, ol" Hawksburn, held his j man very ^afe. Tha earne was vtry j Uiii'. in (he inst quarter, bet slackened &lt; down later iu the day. After a very uneve.n contest the local team wea l>v' l S coaU to J co.iU. The goil lhiowcrs weie- Hawksburn, W. Brynirg »>, \V. Furneaux t\ Jen nings 5, H. W.it-on i, A. L'rsu'.nn t ; Elsternwick, Penne'athcr i, Tilo ma» i. Hawksburn play M.C C., al Mel bourne Cricket Ground, on ba'.u ro'ay May iS
The Standard SATURDAY, MAY 18TH, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907
Tbe Standard SATURDAY, MAY 18TH, 1907. Four of the pupils of Miss Mabel Kendall, D.M.S.V.. pianoforte teacher, of Armadale street Armadale, competed at the May examinations of the Musical Society of Victoria, three of whom were successful in obtaining passes, two in the elementary division, and one in the preparatory. The fourth pupil only failed to obtain a pass by two marks. Miss Kendall and her pupils are to be congratulated upon this splendid success achieved. At the monthly meeting of th« Prahran Board of Advice, held in the Town Hall buildings on Tuesdaj evening last, at which there wen present, Messrs D. S. Oakley (chair man), Griffin, Furneaux, Bangs, Kidc and Fraser, and Head Masters Byar (Armadale State School) and Craig (Punt road S.S.). a motion, proposed by Mr Furneaux, and seconded by Mr Craig, was unanimously carried, thanking Mr D. S. Oakley for his kindness in arranging suoh a pleasing function in connection with the celebration of the opening of the new class rooms...
G.U.O.O.F., Malvern Branch. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 18 May 1907
G.U.O.O.F., Malvern Branch. On Tuesday a very enjoyable evening was spent in the Malvern Town Hall by the Malvern branch of the Grand United Order of Odd fellows, when a very large company was present, including several ladies. Several presentations were made during the evening. On behalf of the Melbourne District, D.M. Bro. Hester presented gold medals to Bros. F. Booth, F. Board, G. and E. Baxter, Jas. Conquest, S. Hall, T. D. Kendall, A. Prosser, C. H. Randall, and M. Robinson for winning the sports competitions during the past year. Bro. A. Woods, P.D.M., presented a gold medal, suitably inscribed, to Bro. Alf. Prosser for gaining the highest number of points in the shooting competitions. Bro. Hester, on be half of Bro. W. Patrick, D.S., pre sented a very handsome silver teapot, suitably inscribed, to Bro. T. D. Kendall, for throwing the highest number of quoits throughout the comDetitions. On behalf of Bro. J. Wilson, Bro. Boynton, N.G., pre sented silver mounted pipes to Bros....
Prahran Trades F. C. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 25 May 1907
Prahran. Trades F. C. On Wednesday last a football match waa ['fayed between the Prahran Tra les and the Big Store, on the ground of the former, at the rear of tiie St. Kilda cricket ground, and resulted iu an easy win for the Trades by 50 points. Tlie final scores were Prahran Trades, io gis 15 bbs (75 points). f-ii^ Store, z gls 7 bhs (I&lt;Í points). The Prahran Trades goal kickers were-A. Tozer 4, H. Dean 3. E. Henderson 2, F. Bayley 1.
Prahran District Churches' Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 25 May 1907
Prahran District Churches' Foott&ü > Association Tho thi J dr iw i-f matchts uuJer tile nmiageruent of this Association Wis pla ye i last Saturday, the respec tive winners beinp Chtipt Church, Moir:'. K:ica anJ Malvern Presby terians. SCORES. Cb : lit Church 21 çoals 34 behinds (ibo points') v. S. Malvern Methodist 3 g^als 2 litlvnda (20 points). Mount Krica 3 gca\s 15 behinds ( ;3 points) v. I'rahran P.-ebby terians 5 poals ( *o points). Malvern presbyterians 4 goals 17 behinds (41 points) v. South Yarra Baptis s i goal 6 behinds (12 points). NOTES Bruco (6) and McConchie (5) were thc most successful gcal-kickers for Chrism Church. Chr^t Church's play las' Saturday was fast and full ot system, which quite outclassed their opponents, however, their success would be even greater, but their "forwards" dis play a little selfishness which should be checked. t'r.Joubtedly the most interesting mati_h of the day proved itself in the Mount Erica and Prahran Presby terian " battle...
Armadale Baptist Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 25 May 1907
Armadale Baptist Literary Society. There was a largo attendance of mem bers at the above society on Tuesday last, when short readings from popular authors occupied the evening. Mr Henry A. Baker presided. About a dozen readings were rendered and proved highly interesting. Next Tuesday Hz Frank Shaine delivers a lecture on Charles Dickens, to which the public is invited.
Prahran v. Essendon. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 25 May 1907
Prahran v. Essendon. Toorak Park on Saturday after noon last contained an expectant crowd when the above teams entered the field. It was well known that the visitors were a muoh strengthen ed combination, but so was Prahran and there was just a hope that victory might rest with the home team, but the coveted honor was snatched from them only a few minutes before the final bell rang. Prahran kept in the lead for the first three quarters, and over-anxiousness lost them the match. Essendon scored the first major point, but matters were soon equalised. In the second quarter, with the wind against them, Prahran did some good work, and there was a series of pretty passing, which proved far more effective than hard running, which invariably ended in a mark to the other side. During the last quarter, ' when the points were 44 and 43 respectively, the supporters of both sides became greatly excited. Then a lucky goal out of the ruck put the visitors five points ahead. The ball was rushed to ...
FOOTBALL. St. Kilda v. Geelong. Fourth Successive Win for St. Kilda. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 25 May 1907
FOOTBALL. St. Kilda v. Geelong. Fourth Successive Win for St. Kilda. To show the popularity of the St. Kilda football team at the present time, it is only necessary to state two special trains, conveying 900 passengers, left for Geelong at midday on Saturday last. The trains arrived punctually to time, with the result that St. Kilda were out on the held five minutes before their opponents. Outen, Matthews, Benfrey and W. Stewart -were given a rest by the Saints committee, with the result that some of the club's followers were rather dubious about the result. In the first quarter, playing against the wind, St. Kilda were attacking most of the time, but nevertheless at the change cf ends they were one point behind the locals. With the wind in their favor in the second quarter, St. Kilda made most of their opportunities and started to score in earnest. J. Stewart on the half forward line was greatly in evidence, his lightning dashes and splendid drop kicks being a treat to witness. The...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 25 May 1907
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An Early Morning Visitor. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 25 May 1907
At die Prahran Court on T&urs day, before .the Mayor (Cr Flintoft), Major pUpperfon and Gr Chambers, &lt; J-'sP.j a rnan; iiamed Wflfiam Max well «ras charged 'with being iUegally on SM premises pf Mi J. Doubleday, the well-known teacher, of dancing, of Grattan street. Mr Doubleday . gave evidence to the effect that shortíy^nter j a.m. on Saturday last, hearing a noise at his gate, and subsequently in bis hack yard, he got out of bed to investigate. His son, Master Jack, a stalwart youth, accom panied his father. Mr Doubleday took with him a walking stick Accused was found in the yard, and as he made, as alleged a threatening movement towards Mr Doubleday, the latter struck him a blow on the head with , biB stick. Accused appeared in ' Court with the wound bandaged up. Mr Doubleday and his son Jack marched accused off to the lock-up and gave him in charge. He con sidered that accused was sober. Mr Brunt, for accused, said the latter was muddled with drink at the time...
Empire Day. Yesterday's Celebrations. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 25 May 1907
Empire Day. Yesterday's Celebrations. Yesterday Empire Day was aus piciously celebrated ia Prahran, St. Kilda and Malvern, and the great interest which the school children manifested in listening to the addresses delivered to them on patriotism and loyalty to ibe British Empire was very gratifying. I'RAHRAS . At the Prahran celebrations the visitors at the school during th-; morning included His Worship the Mayor of Prahran (Cr Flintoft); Hon. Donald Mackinnon, M.L.A. ; Mr Norman Bayles, M.L.A. ; Mr Geo. Fairbairn, M.H.B. ; Ors Nicolson, Dobson, Chambers, Nathan and Williams ; Mr Mortley. Town Clerk; Mr D. S. Oakley (chairman), Messrs Griffin, Kidd, Furneaux Bangs and Fraser, of the Prahran School Board of Advice ; Mr A. Drakard, Mr W. Davies, Mr W. E. Brunt and others. In the Prahran district the first school visited was the ARMADAiS SCHOOL. Here the visitors were received by a guard of honor comprised of mem bers of the cadet corps attached to the school,under Lieutenant Dawson. A...