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MALVERN HARRIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 June 1907

MALVERN HARRIERS. Malvern (22) and Melbourne (25) harriers held a combined paper chase at Oakleigh on Saturday last. The hares, C. J, Fraser (Malvern) and V. G. Wilson (Melbourne), laid the trail over a splendid course, covering about nine miles of country. On the return journey the packs lined up at the half distance mark of the novice course, two and a half miles from home, to give the entrants for the five miles novice handicap and second teams' race on 8th June a preparatory run. C. Hardy (Malvern! was first man home, followed by H. C. Williams (Melbourne) and B. Clarke (Malvern). Others amongst the first dozen were H. D. Smith, Bert Fraser, C. Pratt, A. C. S. Murray, G. B. Brown, W. Murray and C. A. R. Clarke.

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Her Majesty's Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 June 1907

Her Majesty's Theatre. -«- ... . r At the above jp^dkr theatre ibis evening, "ï|ie VirgnÉto/' Vstírring romance of (Life on «ne Western Plains of America, wilt be staged fdr the first tittie in Melbourne.. The story will be interpreted by the dramatic - company beaded by Mr Charles Waldron and Miss Ola Jane Humphries, who recently appeared with such distinguished success in the " 8quaw Man," and with them will be associated the fine array of players who have already fully established their Australian reputa tion in the same piece. Theatre goers should not miss seeing this wonderful drama, which is adapted from Owen Wisier's novel of the same name.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 June 1907

" The Result of Having a Good Hamey 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. A WIPE WANTED her husband to go to Shoddy for a _____________________ Cheap Suit. "No," said he, "the Prahran Tailor for me." Result-Wife pleased ; ordered a Costume ; sent her friends. The latest Advices, Fashions, &c, monthly, NÖTIGEN E WADDRESS WILLIAM TRIGG, *» 224 KAITOKSC ROA», One door from Chapel Street, Prahran. Established 23 years at Commercial Road, near Market. Tell Everybody. Keep this for Reference. Premiers 1907-The Prahran Tailor $ Si. Kilda F C

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 June 1907

Lillie (to visitor)-Don't you think that I look just like my mamma ? Mother-Hush, child ; don't be vain ! For Medical.Toilet, and Nursery use A. TILLEY, South Yarra Sea&Ms. Holsos in the Seal. Sse, positively oared by HIKUI'S EAS Lonas. This new Remedy goes right to the actual seat of the disease, and has effected snob remarkable cores that the greatest hope ia held oat to all cofferers, no matter how bad and long-atanding the case may be. Quo bottle will Cure any ordinary case, «nd will be Bent securely packed and post-paid with foll directions and testimonials npon receipt of 4B Çd. Order direct from IAMBS E. HABUK, 23 Stockdale Hoad, South Lambeth, bondon. Eng. RA-TO SOAP .LINSEED COMPOUND ' Trade Mark of Kay's Ccnnpound Essence of Unsee j, far coughs ana ©olds.

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Prahran Branch A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 June 1907

Prahran Branch A N.A. The half-yearly meeting of the Prahran A.N.A., was held on Wed nesday last. The following is the result of the election of officers for the ensuing six months President, Mr D. Thomas. Vice-president, Mr W. E. Brunt. Treasurer, Mr G. R. Ewart. ' Secretary, Mr G. Fitzsimmons. Assist.-secretary, Mr F. H. Ker mode. Auditors, Messrs J. M. Mort and S. H. Watson. Committee, Messrs F. L, McFad zean, A. C. Greenwood, S. Karrael, F. McNaughton, R. T. Ring. Metropolitan Committee, Messrs W. E. Brunt, H. A. A. Embling and R. T. Ring. [ Dispensary Delegates, Messrs B. Holling worth and R. W. McDonnell. Press Correspondent, Mr A. C. Greenwood.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 June 1907

ADVICE TO MOTHERS !-Are yon broken in your rest by a sick child suffering with the pain of catting teeth ? Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle of Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will relieve the poor emfierer immediately. It is perfectly harm less and pleasant to taste, it produces natural, quiet sleep, by relieving the child from pain, and the little ch« rab awakes " aa blight as . hatton." It soothes the child, ii softens, the gams, allaya all pain, relieves «ind, regulates the bowels, and is the best known j wmedy for dysentery and diarrhoea, whether j arising irom teething or other causes. Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrnp sold by Medi cina dealers everywhere. ' Ul«£DCuMPOUMB, 'of tô yean proven efficacy, for coughs, colds, and difficulty of breathing. DON'T GOUGH.-Belief can be obtained Immediately. Use SEATING'S COUGH LOZENGES "-well known as the utterly nnriTslled Gough Remedy- Strongly recom mended by many eminent physicians. They at once check the. cough and remove the cau...

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Row Gold is Won. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 June 1907

Row Gold is Won. The methods that are being used at Poseidon, Victoria, the newest Australian gold-field, and the gold getting methods described in the book of Genesis are practically the same. So asserts a writer in the current issue of Dr. Fitchett's 6d. magazine, " Life," May issue of which is to hand. He adds that the statutes that prevailed at Havilah, the Biblical gold-field, and the Maryborough bye-laws are also equally alike and equally useful. It seems that the article on Poseidon is only one of a number of original Australian articles which are included in the current number of " Life," and we are glad to note that while the scissors and paste are being used with as great discretion as ever, the departments devoted to original articles are growing in size. Thus we find, in addition to the gold-field account, and the usual history of the month by Dr. Fitchett, Messrs Noble, Laver and Trait's expression of opinion as to the personnel of the coming English Eleven ; a finely w...

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Stray Dogs in St. Kilda. COUNCIL COMPLAINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 June 1907

Stray Dogs in St. Kilda. COUNCIL COMPLAINTS. According to Cr O'Donnell, the number of stray dogs in St. Kilda has reached the limit, when it is time to take drastic action to get rid of the nuisance. The matter has been discussed at the two last meet ings of the St. Kilda council, but so far no definite action has been decided on. Cr O'Donnell averred that numbers of ownerless dogs prowled around in the vicinity of the beach. The council's inspector, however, said he failed to find any " strays " in the direction indicated by Cr O'Donnell, whereupon Cr Barnet suggested the possibility that the un registered dogs had scouts out, and that the scouts, as soon, as they scented or identified the inspector in the distance, immediately " tipped the wink " to all other dogs within a radius of a few miles ! At the coun cil meeting on Thursday evening the question as to whether there were or were not numerous stray dogs in St. Kilda was keenly debated. It was first proposed that the Melbourne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 June 1907

The committee of the Prahran, Sonth Tarra and Toorak Ladies' Benevolent Society report having relieved 103 oases weekly during the fortnight ending 16th April. The cases numbered 121 adults and 151 children. The adults com« prised 58 widows, 7 deserted wives, 18 married couples, 4 aged and single in« iividuals, and 16 wives whose husbands are away. The expenditure for the fortnight was £3116sJ0d. Assistance in slothing may be sent to ' Airlie,' Lam street, Sooth Yan», and in money to the Hon. Treasurer, ' Ravensburg,' Dande nong road, Armadale, or the Hon, Secretary, ' EUerton,' Lansel road, roorak. Daring the past fortnight 84 visits to cases of illness amongst the poor were paid by Nurse Smith. COAGUUNE, KUNX, TENA] SITlNE. Cements for broken and other uticlas.

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BEACONSFIELD PARADE. PROPOSAL TO ESTABLISH TEA GARDENS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 June 1907

- I í BEACONSFIELD PARADE. PROPOSAL TO ESTABLISH \ TEA GARDENS. 1 i At the meeting of the St. Kilda j council on Thursday evening last, Mr F. Parer, proprietor of the i pavilion on the St. Kilda pier, wrote as follows :-" I beg to apply for a i lease or permission to occupy the 1 whole or portion of the triangular ' piece of land, situate at the corner of Cowderoy street, Marine Parade, and , Beaconsfield Parade, for which I am i agreeable to pay a reasonable rent, i The reserve will be utilised as an < open tea garden on the Oriental 1 principle, to supply light refreshments 1 to visitors, and will be conducted in , a similar manner asl have success- ! fully carried on the Austral Pavilion ! on the St. Kilda pier. As you are < aware that the number of seaside ' visitors to this side of the beach is á very limited, it will be necessary for | me (if you grant my requtsi) to in- j traduce some popular attractions on ( the beach, with the hope of making j the loca...

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The Staadard SATURDAY, JUNE 1ST, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 June 1907

The Staadard SATURDAY, JUNE 1ST, 1907. The Rev. A. E. Gifford announced his retirement from the pastorate of Malvern Congregational Church at the monthly church meeting held on Wednesday evening. The resigna tion will take effect in July. Mr Gifford has accepted a call to North Adelaide Congregational Church, over which the Rev. Dr. Jefferis was pastor for many years. On Thursday evening last the first of the All Saints', St. Kilda, parish monthly entertainments was held in the school hall before a good audience. The programme was ar ranged and under the direction of Miss Ethel Godfrey, and went off splendidly. The proceeds of these concerts will be devoted to the Gregory Memorial Hall Fund. The next concert will be given by All Saints' Choir on Thursday June 27th. j In connection with the V.P.D.A., No 3, Prahran, a drawingroom meet ing will be held on Monday, June 3rd, at 8 pan., at Mrs Beckwith's, Greville street. Prahran, near St. Edmonds road. Chinese from the Mission school wil...

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State Schools' Football. HIGH STREET AND PUNT ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 June 1907

State Schools' Football. HIGH STREET AND PUNT HOAD. A very enjoyable game of football was played on the St. Kilda Cricket ground yesterday morning, between teams representing the High Street (Prahran), and Punt Road ^South Yarra), State schools. The game, which was played in a very friendly spirit throughout, resulted in a win for the High Street team, the final result being : High Street, 7 goals, 16 behinds Punt Road, 2 goals. Both teams gave a splendid exhi bition of football. For High Street, Smith, Colquhoun, Quinn, Owens (the smallest player on the ground), Falkingham, Kerley, and Edwards deserve special mention, while Chis holm, Howson, Hughes, and Withers were best for Punt Road. The fol lowing were the goal kickers-High Street : Smith (4), and Parkin, Hamilton and Colquhoun, one each. Punt Road : Hughes and Hillman.

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St Kilda Foreshore Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 June 1907

St Kilda Foreshore Improve ments. The St. Kilda Foreshore Trost, which has done splendid service dur ing its short existence in improving the foreshore under its control, con template making further improve ments on an extendive scale during the next few years. The portion of the beach to be included lies between the South Melbourne boundary and the Bluff. The amount received last year from promoters of public enter tainments on the foreshore amounted to £800, and there is no doubt that this amount will be largely exceeded during next season. The vast im provements which the committee have in anticipation will of course take some time to carry out, but trees, shrubs, gardens, lawns, &c, will be planted and laid out on an extensive scale. The . proposal is also included to continue ' the sea wall almost in a direct line until it ! joins that which ends at the South Melbourne boundary. The estimated cost of the whole of the proposed work is between £8,0 DO and Mil 0,000.

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Prahran District Churches' Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 June 1907

i Prahran District Churches' Football I Association. The fourth round of matches in this association, played last Satur day, resulted in most décisive vic tories for Christ Church, Malvern Presbyterians, and Mount Erica, the soores being - Christ Church, 16 goals, 24 behinds, v South Tarra Baptists, i goal, 6 behinds ; Malvern Presbyterians, 19 goals, '24 behinds, v Prahran Presbyterians, 4 goals, 5 behinds ; Mount Erica, iS goals, 21 behinds v. Sonth Malvern Methodist, i goal, 3 behinds. Pootfrall Ncw continued on PÀggn > Oonttauod Drem pase 3. Trade« Football. On Wednesday last a return match was played between the Prahran Trades and Maples furniture warehouses combined, on the Albert Park reserve. Bath teams had previously met, when Maples won by 3 points, but since then the Trades have improved, and played a more superior game than their opponents, and beat them by 26 points. Scores at half time Prahran Trades, 4 gls 5 bhs (2g points). Maples, 2 gls 3 bhs ( 15 points). Fioal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 June 1907

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Cement for Prahran Destructor. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 June 1907

Cement for Prahran Destructor. i Members of the Prahran branch , of the A.N.A. recently waited as a . deputation on the Prahran council ', to ask that preference should be given . to the use of colonial cement in the , erection of the refuse destructor , buildings. The matter was referred , to committee, and at the meeting of , the council on Monday evening last ] it was resolved, on the recommenda- , tion of the public works committee, ', " That the action of the city surveyor ¡ ia the selection of cement for the , refase destructor building be con- . firmed." We understand that the \ amount of cement used would not , total much over roo barrels, and the- ' cement was the imported article-the j '« Anchor " brand. , _ 1

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Legislative Council Election Melbourne South Province. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 June 1907

Legislative Council Election ! Melbourne South Province. i The Legislative Council elections take place on Tuesday next, June 4, the hours of. polling being from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For the Melbourne South Province there are two candidates, viz., the Hon. Thos. Luxton (who is seeking re-election^, and Mr. George God frey. We very much regret having to record a painful accident that betel the Hon. Thos Luxton on Tuesday evening last. He drove to his resi dence, corner of Dandenong and Orrong roads in a waggonette, and as he was alighting from the vehicle he had the misfortune to fall to the ground backwards, receiving & severe sprain to the back. Dr. Flayer was called in, and it is probable that Mr. Luxton will be better in a day or two. Mr. Luxton was to have addressed a meeting in the Prahran Town Hall on the night of the accident, but was unable to do so. The meering, how ever, cn the motion of Mr. D. S. Oakley, seconded by Mr. Nihill, passed a motion of sympathy with the can...

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Armadale and Toorak State Schools. MR. & MRS. FAIRBAIRN'S HOSPITALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 June 1907

Armadale and Toorak State Schools. MR. & MRS. FAIRBAI RN'S HOSPITALITY. At the celebration of Empire Day by the Armadale and Toorak State Schools, Mr G. Fairbairn, in address ing the children, told them that, to add to their enjoyment of Empire day, he had intended to supply them with lollies, but through an unfor tunate oversight the packages would not be available for distribution until the next school day, but he had hopes that they would be ac ceptable even then. On Monday at recess, Mrs Fairbairn visited the schools, and after the National An ! them had been sung and cheers given for Mi* and Mrs Fairbairn, the lollies were distributed-Mrs Fairbairn giving a package to every child-about looa packages being thus distributed,and, needless to say, enjoyed. The children of the schools named have received many kind nesses from Mr and Mrs Fairbairn, who for many years have shown a sympathetic interest in theuvwetfare.

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Empire Day Celebrations. St. Kilda Schools. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 June 1907

Empire Day Celebrations. ! -.- t St. Kilda Schools. ^ On Empire Day Mr J. Wilson Huelin spoke at the Park and Brighton Road Schools, St, Kilda, and his address was of rather a unique kind. He had large maps, showing the centralisation of the world's trade in Great Britain, from which little country emanated mail and tramp steamers, sailing ships and cable routes, traversing all oceans, in every direction, which made the sea look like a cobweb. He emphasised the force w hich created this trade, and made the Empire, which was the character of the people, and impressed upon his juvenile auditors the importance of maintaining the same high princi ples of character and conduct which had made the Empire what it was to-day. He gave many instances from personal experience of travel of the evidence adduced by leaders of thought and action in all coun tries and colonies of the immense value set on British character. The children were much interested in the address, and the teachers added thei...

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Armadale Baptist Literary Society. CHARLES DICKENS NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 1 June 1907

Armadale Baptist Literary Society. CHARLES DICKENS NIGHT. An evening with " Charles Dic kens" is aiwiys certain to attract a large a* tendance, and this was the case last Tuesday evening at the Armadale Baptist Literary and De bating Society's meeting in the Gordon Hall of the church, when Mr Shann delivered a splendid lecture cn " Charles Dickens," which was liberally interspersed with several very interesting readings from the works of that popular author. After some eulogistic references to the writings of Charles Dickens, Mr Shann assured his audience that many of the characters pourtrayed by the au;hor were by no means exaggerated, similar characters being met with even in our present day. The memorable breach of promise case, " Bardell versus Pickwick," was pre sented with splendid elocutionary effect, the many humorous incidents of the trial being freely acknowledged by hearty laughter and applause. The death of " Little Nell'' was given with exquisite pathos, which was follo...

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