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Lads' Naval Brigade. HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, BALACLAVA. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 8 June 1907

Lads' Naval Brigade. -. 1 HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, j BALACLAVA. 1 i The Lads' Naval Brigade ia con nection with the above church have now obtained their uniforms, and very smart they looked at the Church Parade on Trinity Sunday morning. With the excellent officers, Mr Brown, captain ; Messrs Prendergast, Bird and Rushton, lieutenants ; the company promises to be a great success. An impressive address was given on the opening night, May 27th, by Capt. Cowper, of H.M.S. Psyche. He spoke of the navy, its work and aspirations for the defence of the Empire under the providence of God. The service was based on the keywords of duty and loyalty, and its motto was, Strike quick, strike hard, and keep on striking. He quoted the sayings of one of hts old commanders, " Forget yourself, and think of the job." " Difficulties are to be overcome, impossibilities are to be trampled on." This was the spirit of the navy. It was illustrated by the story of Sir Richard Grenville and the Revenge, as recorde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 8 June 1907

CLARKE'S B.41. PILLS. A Warranted Core foi all Acquired or CousutotiOBil Discbaiges from the Urinal? Organs, in either ¿ri. Thew famous Pills «1st care G ra Tel, Pams in tho Back, and all Kidney Dismiss. Free from mercury. Factj years? soocesa. Sold by all Ohwniiti and Stettkeefiere ttndgtaont tha world.

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St. Kilda Rifle Club. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 8 June 1907

St. Kilda Rifle Club. -? The St. Kilda Rifle Club journeyed lo Werribee to shoot a match against the locals on Prince of Wales Birth day, and after being entertained at dinner by the Werribee Rifle Club, were then driven through the Churn side Estate to the range, 200 and 500 yardB (io men a side) being selected as the distan .es, which resulted in 1 the Saints being defeated by 14- 1 582 against Werribee 5g6. The best scores for the Saints were-H. 1 McQuade 63 (including the possible at 500 yards), Knox 63, Capt. Green- ' well 63, Short 62, A. Bayley 61, Bird 60. For Werribee-B. Fishier 65, McLean 63, W. Baker 62, J. Ball 61, Lowman 6r.

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Headache, Indigestion and Constipation. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERT. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 8 June 1907

Headache, Indigestion and j Constipation. 'AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERT. 1 - I It will interest sufferers to know ] that a valuable medicine, called Froo toids, has boca discovered, which is now completely curing each of tte above-named complaints.-' Frootoids are elegant in appearance, and plea sant to take, and, what*-i^ of the ut most importance, are thoroughly reli able in affording quick relief. You do not require to so on taking them for a prolonged period, as ls necessary with some medicines, which even then are mostly disappointing; you simply take a dose of Frootoids when ill and repeat the dose if necessary, but gene rally one dose is quite effective. Frootoids are immensely more valu able than an ordinary aperient, in so far that they not only act as au ape rient, but do remove from the blood, tissues, and iuternal organs all the waste poisonous matter that is clog ging them and choking the channels that lead to and from them. The. bene- * ficial effects of Frootoids are eviden...

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ST. KILDA. LIBRARY. A NEGLECTED INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 8 June 1907

ST. KILDA. LIBRARY. A NEGLECTED INSTITUTION. The St. Kilda council, at its last meeting, was in receipt of a copy of a resolution passed at a publio meet ing, in which the council was asked to take into early consideration the matter of improving the public library. The Mayor (Cr Gibbs) mentioned that he had called the meeting in response to a requisition, and pre sided at the meeting. The resolu tion was moved by the Rev. Dr Walkin, seconded by Mr Prescott, and supported by other speakers. He (the Mayor) explained to the meeting the council's position in regard to the library. Cr Stedeford remarked that as the outcome of a bargain made with the Government, the council paid no rent for the library room. Cr Billson said other municipali ties had good libraries. He favored the removal of the books from the old town hall to the library room at the new town hall. He would object ' to the purchase of any, books for the library in its present position. Cr Barnet expressed the opinion that...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Prahran v. Williamstown. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 8 June 1907

Prahran v. Williamstown. On Saturday last, at Toorak Park, those who were present were treated to a good game, when Williamstown, so far undefeated, retained their honor, defeating Prahran by 30 points. It could not be called a dull game, as from start to finish the play was all over the ground, and had ' Prahran only availed themselves of the many chances they had of scoring, the totals would not be so far apart. But, all considered, the better side won. In the air and ground work, as well as picking out their own men in passing on, they excelled Prahran, Swift, Watts and Haigbloom gave a - 6ne exhibition of ruck work all day,... ' beating Williamstown's. On tb¿ev ' * wings, Ferguson and Buist did their part well. Boyland and Smith were very fine in the back division, and C± ,1 Sykes, Woods and Roberts were the ? - bept of the forwards. The team / meeting a superior force were beaten .-' - but not disgraced. The final scores were Williamstown, io gls 12 bhs (72 points). Prahran, 5 ...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Prahran District Churches Football Association [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 8 June 1907

Prahran District Oaurches1 Football Aasoclattoa. The fifth draw of matches in con nection with, the association was played last Saturday ; the victories, -|| again so decisive, go the credit of -ll South Yarra Baptists, Christ Church, | and Malvern Presbyterians. 1 Scores- '¡ South Yarra Baptists, rs gls 20 hhs, v. Prahran Presbyterians, 2 gls 2 bbs. Malvern Presbyterians, 15 gls 21 bhs, v. South Malvern Methodists, 2 gis i bh. Christ Church, 11 gls 6 bbs, v. Mount Erica, 3 gls 8 bhs. - NOTES. The Christ Church and Mt. Erica match was witnessed by a very large crowd of spectators,, including a number of lady supporters. Christ Church still hold a record of being undefeated. However, Malvern Presbyterians are a close second. TO-DAT'S MATCH. The association to-day have a bye, and a match has been arranged with Alphington v. a combined team, at Alphington. Train leaves Princes Bridge at 2.10 prm. A large num ber of supporters is expected to accompany the team. One of the association um...

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Inter-State Football Match. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 8 June 1907

r - . '. s» Inter-Stxte Football Match. The necessity of supporting the inter-State match, Victoria v. South Australia, at the Hast Melbourne ground to-day is urged upon all supporters of Association football. Besides seeing the representatives of Prahran club pitted against the best players of South Australia, they will be assisting the Football Association in defraying the expenses of the team to Adelaide to play the return match on 27th July-the annual outing of the Association players. A State schools' match between combined teams of the schools in Ballarat and Melbourne will be. played prior to the inter-State match, commencing at 1.S0 sharp.

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Elephant Catching in India. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 8 June 1907

y, AmôBjg t^U'li#Q3^>Qte^estiag tsature? ja the ÏÉÉy Windsor is a nely ¡Uus tr af t^:V article entitled T The Eléphant Catchers^" io which the writer thus prefaces his scene : "lt-is' growing chilly,-for it'is December-elephant- season. The stirring night breeze lifts the odour of unclean tobacco and .cooking dall from many kettles along the banks, -where every red flame 'flickers on strange dark- faces and turbans and shining torsos; On-the least mala rious hillock there are tents luminous walled. The Sahibs are there clever men whose trade is snaring white el¿phahts^a ijéróVat a time. Petersen S «bib is tjbere-the man who made elephant cá'ching an art in India. - " Outside the tent-flaps sit the dozen fierce, bearded, Mohammedan riflemen in gigantic turbans and cur!ed-up shoes, smoking water pipes through grimy funnels of cloth. Among the tent-ropes are the Bengal body-servants, guarding tin clothes boxes, gun-cases, string beads, blankets. When they would .have put them to rig...

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Girls' Club, St. Kilda. ANNUAL MEETING NEW BUILDING PROPOSED. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 8 June 1907

j GW*' cinV, St. KUaa. I - * -.-- ¿ . j . ANNUAL M15ETBÏG. j NEW BÛÏLI^G Ï^ROPOS^" ' The sixth annual meeting in «jjjfcec; tion with the above club was held ifi the Town Hall, St. Kilda, .on Friday after noon, 31st nit.1,-' to ïeceive > the annual report and balance-sheet submitted by the committee. Hr B. G. - M'Cutcheon, M.L.A., pre sided. The Mayor and Mrs Gibbs and others seat apologies for their unavoidable absence. There were present most of the sub scribers to the club and several of the clergy of St. Eilda. After the minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed, Mr M'Cutcheon congratulated the committee on the Bocce ea achieved by them during tbe past year, and on the excellent way the business bad been managed. In reference to the balance sheet, and the small amount carried forward compared to that of last year, he hoped the public would respond to any effort the committee made to raise funds, and felt sure this would be the case if people understood the good q...

Publication Title: Malvern Standard
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Malvern Council. Wednesday, June 5th, 1907. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 8 June 1907

Malvern Council. Wednesday, June 5th, 1907. Present-Mayor Edgar(chaírman), and Crs Knox, Weller, Cameron, Parslow, Cornwall, Ellis, Dunlop, Wilson, Holmes and Carroll. CONGRATULATIONS. Before the council business was proceeded with, Cr Knox, M.H.H., said that he desired to convey, on be half of himself and brother council lors, to His Worship the Mayor (Cr \V. H. Edgar, M.L.C.), their hearty and sincere congratulations on the pronounced victory he had achieved on the occasion, of his re election for thc Melbourne West Province ot the Legislative Council. Mayor Edgar, in rep'y, returned his sincere thanks for their hearty congratulations, which he said he sincerely appreciated. LETTER I'lLLAR. A letter was received from the Postal Department, through the Hon. W. Knox, M.H R., in reply, relative to the letter pillar applied for at the corner of Dixon and Stanhope streets, and stating that the popula tion in the district did not warrant the erection of an additional pillar. Cr Knox sai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 8 June 1907

The Red House. J. SMITH, 434-436 Chapel Street, South Tarra. GENERAL DEALER IN Second-hand Furniture. Anything and Everything bought and Sold. Builviin¿ Material and Tools of every Description. Any quantity. Highest price given. Old metal of all kinds Bought. arium Hair Tonics QM>mamiim contains, in the first place, all the properties AOSIUiM Illili 0f the old-fashioned but well-tried and well proved plant Rosemary ; secondly, those elements which form a. food foi* the H*i Pi combined with substances which excite the scalp to healthy aetlvity, and diaaolve dandruff. In addition to these virtues, it is a preparation that imparts a beautiful gloss to the hair, and is a most refreshing application. Rosmapium won't do impossible things. 11 won't make Hair Grow when the roots are dead. It will do much to keep your Scalp in a healthy condition. Rosmarlum is sold entirely on its Merits« When we say that it will stop Hair from falling OUtt that-it will cure Dandruff, that it will etop it...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 8 June 1907

G. PLEASANCE, CHEMIST, 275 CHAPEL. STREET, PRAHRAN (Nearly opposite^tne Arcade) Begs to draw attention to a few of his Special ! Remedies, which eau be confidently recommended,, bann* proved themselves to be htebly efficacious in I th© Tarions ailnieaS'iSintföaeör ? " -4 COBIf BANE Red). For r. moviQR [lard or So.t Coras. This wall-eaUblitheii preparation has been I improved by the addition of aa ingredient, wüich assists maier lally in reducing tile discomfort usually occasioned by most cora cures. PSIOffi ls. per Bottle A compound of Kismuth and Pepsina with Liver Stimulants and (Laxative! for Indigestion, Bilious, Liver aud Stomach Complaints, Giddiness, «>icfc Headache, Flatulence. Heartburn, and all disorders arising from derangement of the'digestive organs. This preparation has been given with almost unfailing success in cases of l'yspopsia. Chronic Gastric Catarrh. Gastrio Irritation with sickness, and in those j troublesome and difficult cases arising from sedentary habit...

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The Standard SATURDAY, JUNE 8TH, 1907. The Value of Preference. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 8 June 1907

The Standard SATURDAY, JUNE 8TH, 1907. The Yalae of Preference. The great question of Preference is one that concerns Australia far more than some people imagine, and the marvel is that any colonial can be found opposing it. Just now it looks as if the Home authorities will have none of it, but as soon as certain important matters that affect the electors are out of the way the subject will be faced in England, and we shall see another remarkable ex pression of opinion. Where is the sense of the English people being cramped for room, having no means of expansion within their own borders, yet having grand colonies which ought to be peopled by their over plus of popula tion ; taxing themselves to bold these States, and yet letting the foreigner get the advantage of the trade that could be done within their own dominions ? It is like making an enemy a present of ammunition with which to annihilate oneself. Pre ference would mean that these lands would be opened and settled by our own k...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 8 June 1907

.LINSEED COMPOUND.' for cough» and colds. Eases Aithma and re lieves breathing. Nail this fact to your head. Ros marium cures dandruff, and stops hair falling out. See page 2.-Advt. All Sporting Requisites AND Football Material J. K. SMITH, The Sports Emporium, 136 Elizabeth Street MELBOURNE . Catalogue of Snorting Requisites free any address. FOOTBALL SEASON. Local Clubs and Societies, PATRONISE OWEN S SPORTS DEPOT, 284 Chapel-street, Prahran. Sherrin's Footballs, 12/6 and 15/6 New Aerial 12/6, Waterproof 15/ Daisy Match ll. 10/6; III, 8/6 A.N.A., 6/6, 8/6 : Comet Match II, 7/6 ; Don, 11,6 ; Don special 18/6 Club Match, with best bladder, 6/6 Match Footballs, 5/6 Youths' Footballs, 3/6 and 4/6 Boys' Footballs, 1/9 and 2/6 OWEN'S SPORTS DEPOT 284 Chapel Street, Prahran. Do Not Wai* until your good health is impaired, but take steps to keep it up to the mark. Remember that ailments .??.pparently trifling may very soon develop into serious diseases. Do not hesitate to take Îwham's pil...

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FOOTBALL. St. Kilda v. Melbourne. Sixth Successive Win for St. Kilda. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 8 June 1907

;¡-".-: -TÖöpAp. m St Kilda Y. Melbourne. Sixth Successive Win for St Kilda. St. Kilda, the jso far, unbeaten jj| club of the present season, met Mel- 'M bourne on the M.O.C. ground on >|1 Saturday last, and-acored a further '-M successive win, the. sixth of the : season. ?1 The scores were-St. Kilda, 15 JÉ gis 18 bhs (108 points) ; Melbourne, :M 7 gls 9 bhs (51 points). , '. .."f¡ <* Fxam the ¿tart of the;, game the "yj Saints* showed their superiority, al- .:: Jj though at times systematicorganisa- -v-'jel tíon^ appâréd' to be wanting. At v *f| times lb^ Melbourne showed up | prominently, but in the latter part % of the game St. Kilda prevailed ; in the last quarter they put up 5.6 to 2.0. Cumberland, as is his wont, played great guns for his side, whilst there was also some excellent indivi dual play on the part of other mem bers of the team. There will be no premiership matches to-day, as league players take part in country matches. Cumberland (St.' K.) "has been p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 June 1907

Auction Sale. On Tuesday next, at 12 o'clock, at the rooms of Messrs Bailleu Patter son and Sons, 375 Collins street, a trustees' sale of freehold properties will be held, The sale is UDdei in structions from The Trustees, Execu tors and Agency Co., Ltd., and Mr John McKell, and the properties are situated in the city of Mei bourne, South Yarra, Toorak, Moreland and Balwyn. " Oh, darling, I'm not worthy of you," said the young bridegroom for the fiftieth time. "All right," replied the young bride,"'don*t worry about it any more -you can't help it." DON'T COUGH.-Belief can be obtained immediately. Öse KBATING'S COUGH LOZENGES"-vrell known ss the utterly unrivalled Cough Remedy. Strongly recom mended by maa; eminent physicians. They at once check the cough and remove the canee-witto at any after effect ; the most delicate can therefore take them. One Lozenge alona giras ewe-one or two at bedtime ensures teat. 80W everywhere ia tins I3Jd each. St Kilda Council meets on Mon day evening ...

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Armadale Baptist Literary Society. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 June 1907

Armadale Baptist Literary Society. The Armadale Baptist Literary Society has spent the week in contests and competitions. On Tuesday last a Prepared Speech Competition was held,which resulted as follows-Mr J. Donald i ; Mr Henry W. Malloch 2 ; Mr G. Twiss 3. The subject of the speech was " Whether the Malvern-Prahran Tramway should be constructed and run by the Government or the muni cipalities, or how otherwise ?'' Mr A. C. Morley, B.A., LL.B., acted as adjudicator. On Thursday an inter-society de bate was held on the question of *' Socialism v. Co-operation," between the Malvern Congregational Literary and Social Guild, repre seated by Messrs J. C. Beattie, Robertson and Thorpe, and the above society, represented by Messrs Malloch, Donald and Twiss, and resulted in a victory for the former by 5 points. Mr Arthur Robinson was the judge. An essay competition on " The Socialistic movement : its force and its future," which was adjudicated upon by the Rev. A. W. Bean,'of Geelong, resu...

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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. Prahran Ward Contest. ADDRESS BY EX-CR S. BANGS. [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 June 1907

[ MUHIGIPAL ELECTIONS. Prahran Ward Contest. ADDRESS BY EX¿CR S. BANGS. On Friday evening, 7th inst., ex Cr S. Bangs, who bas announced his candidature tor the Prahran Ward seat of the Prahran City Council at the annual elections to be held in August next, addressed a meeting of friends and supporters in the school of arts room. The»e was a good attendance, and Mr J. C. Smith was voted to the chair. Mr Bangs said he did not think he need make any excuse for contest ing the Prahran Ward seat. There were ssveral reasons why he should do this. The first was that so large a number of ratepayers had expressed a favourable opinion upon the way he had worked in the interests of the city when representing South Yarra, and had asked him to again come forward. Then he was not in accord with the present representative upon mapy points, and he also had a desire to represent them, and should feel it an honor to do so. METROPOLITAN BOARD OF WORKS. In looking over the programme he laid down when h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Malvern Standard — 15 June 1907

I - ADVICE TO MOTHERS !-Are you broken in your rest by a sick obild suffering witta the pain of cutting teeth ? Go at once to a chemist and get a bottle of Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will relieve the poor smfierer immediately. It is perfectly harm less and pleasant to taste, it produces natural quiet sleep, by relieving the child from pain, and the unie cha rub awakes " aa bright as a button." It Boothes the child. it soften: the gums, allays all pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and ia the best known remedy for dysentery and diarrhoea, whethei arising from teething or other causes. Mri Winslow's Soothing Syrup sold by M edi cine dealers everywhere. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINT MENT. The most effectual core foi Gout and Rheumatism. A frequent cause ot these ie the inflammatory state of the Mood, attended with bad digestion, lassitude and great debility, showing thc want of a proper circulation of the fluid and that imparity of the blood gre&tlj aggravâtes these d...

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