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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 April 1911
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Liver and Kidney Troubles. A SYDNEY WOMAN'S TRIALS ALWAYS TIRED AND DEPRESSED, YET UNABLE TO SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 April 1911
Liver and Kidney Troubles. A SYDNEY WOMAN'S TRIALS ALWAYS TIRED AND DE PRESSED, YET UNABLE TO SLEEP. "I -uffer?d from Liver and Kidney troda!cs for .vvr two years, and severe [-ains under he shou'der which would not let mn g-t an" r t r ight, and in the dry-tim- I would be overcome with drowsine s," writes Mrs Ada Lord, 45 George Street, Erskiner ill e, Sydney. "I was -.lwavs ail ing, always sleepy, tired. and depressed, and had no ap petite ; indeed I ,uld nrtereiejoy a meal. The doc tor first tre:,ted me for indigestion, and I sight as well have taken water for all the go.l his medicine did me. I was recu.m.nded to try DrMorse's In dianR oot Pills by my nephew, who had been taking them with wonderful te snIts for liver complaint which had affected his eyesight; and I can truly say the firt dose gave me great relief. I was-encouraged to continue, and now I may may that I am com p!etely well, and would not be without them. You may use this, as I recom mend Dr strs-'s Indian Root Pi ...
A Great Privilege. A PERSONAL DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 April 1911
A Gireat Privilege. A PERSONAL DUTY. - The critical da y fir Australianss .'- t:e iir dei & r d whether this Cotirent is to le ruled under free clin cwti .- ( ?fe"trr?ht,;:,tei Gomerniment Sr by a iatty 1,,:iticl mltchine, is now c c ei?, that we have to deal only withl otec:trs who are etn tile roe . The fif teenth of 3M-rch Lha gnme and careless It.-er: whr horae not .scured their -aces on the tn!l are of no importance ?.1:t:caly to thie ,.untry. The r?n-v-r to the warnini for electors to -irsete their vot, a has hI-en a good one. Thei.' is a spirit of patriotism abroad i. tl?! vd which is the most hopeful ~i-, f xool gevernllnent since the c.,mir. ef the C.immonwealth. For tie first tiune since tlie States came to getler for Federal l.urpoi1 s provincial jeaktuies have brern forgotten. Elec tors are thinkin, an Australians to-day, and nout thinkig in the way of the "Sarow Natictadis,' wlrhose idea (of Lati rna!itm is a mere centralisation of ti ce ,al. ft ti f lhe Governm...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 April 1911
TYABB. The euchre tournament held last week in connection with the Happy Hour Club was very successful, and play was indulged in to an en joyable extent. Eighteen couples participated, and nine games were played, the winners turn ing up in Mrs A. C. Van and Mr W. Denham with 7 and 8 games won respectively. A lively hour's dancing terminated the evening's proceeding. In connection with the Show being held here this week, it has been decided that, for the con venience of patrons who may de sire to see the exhibition by-day light, the buildings will be opened to the puplic at 2 30 this afternoon (Saturday). Although this is our first attempt at anything of the sort, it promises to "pan out" a success, and up to the time of writ ing (Thursday morning) 350 entries have been received, and when the rest are in there should be at least 400.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 April 1911
",=p Sals. Tanti Monthly flarket. MONDAY, APRIL 3 ALEI. SCCT & CO. ?ILL hold their usual monthly sale at the Tanti Hotel Yards on the above date at 1 oclock sharp, when they wil offer: Fat Store and Dairy Cattle IS Good Dulry Ilcilers, 2-yrs 8 Milkers 12 Springers SI Springing Ileifers 14 Urifers, 1 to II years :4 Head Mixed Cattle 3) Crossbred Ewes, in lamb to pure Shropshire Rams 50 Comeback Ewes, 6-tcoth, in lamb to Leicester Rams 10) 3erino Ewes, 4 and 6-tooth, in lamb to Leicester Rams 40 Comeback Ewes, full mouthed Further Entries Invited Alex Scott and Co., Dandenong Mornington Horse Sale THURSDAY, APRIL 20 ALZEL SCIT & CO. WILL hold their next Sale at the Tanti Hotel Yards, on the above date, at 12 o'loclk sharp. when they will offer 70 Hores and Ponies Entries Invited Alex bcott & Co, Auctioneers. Dande nona; or Chas Graves, Mornington Auction Sale " MARAT'lIION,' MORNINGTON RO+D, Adjoining Sir John Maddens. On WEDNESDAY, 12th APRIL, at 2 p.m Sharp Y...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 April 1911
W. T. SACH, WATCHMAKER and .. JEWELLER Late of Fermy, Ireland, now of -Clyebauk." MORNINCTON, F_ *___ _ CES that he epre a. WATCH, CLOCE and SEWELLERY REPAIRS. Orders can be left with Mr R. Annear, Grocer, Mornington; Mr Rndduck, Uro mans; Mesers ~unn and Sons, Somer rille; orat 'Clydetnk," Dromans Road. Private residences visited by appointment. Carriers, ]essrs Cairns end Willims, raus - Clydebankzt daily, and will deliver orders entrusted to them. Estimates aen for repairs, if desired before proceeding with them. 260 J. MILLARD, ABBIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels and Lsgirae received a.d promptly delivered. Ho.mes and Vehicles for hire. Prices reearrable Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, Families Waited on for Orders......... Prime Meat Oaly Klpt................ Smal Goods of Every Descriptio: Fresh Daily. Hide@ and Skins B',oght............... Phrmaceutical & Dispensing Chemist, .....
The Standard. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. 'Nothing extenuate, nor set down aught in malice" Telephone No-6, Frankston. SATURDAY, APRIL 1ST. LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 April 1911
Whe Sttanbarb ti PUBLISHED EVERY. SATURDAY MORNING 'Nothing extenuate, nor set down. aught in malice" Telephone No 6, Frankston. SATURDAY, APRIL IsT. LOCAL ANBDACENERAL The death has occurred at Prahran of Mrs Jervis, late of the Royal Hotel, Mornington, and IPortsea, aged 60 years, from heart disease. The public are reminded that Mr D. Edeisten, the well-known optician, will pay his monthly visit to Mornington on Monday next, when he may be consulted on all defects of vision, etc. Tenders for furthur improvements to the outlet of the Kananook Creek are called in this issue, returnable on Aptil 6th. This is goodnews for Frankston, and it is hoped the work when completed will be of perminent benefit. It was learned with much regret that a son of Mrs Barclay, of Osborne louse, Frankstop, was a passenger cn the ill fated Yongala, which either foundered or struck a rock and sunk off the Queensland coast last week, every soul on board being lost. Owing to the progress and increase of sch...
Football. ANNUAL MEETINGS FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 April 1911
Football.? ANNUAL MEETINGS FRANKSTON. There was an attendance of about 35 at the annual meeting of the above on &nbsp; Saturday evening, the president Dr Maxwell, occupying the chair. A few players advocated joining the Federal Association, but by a big majority it was decided to again enter the district competition. The balance sheet was &nbsp; received, showing a small debit balance. The following office bearers were elected :-president, Dr Maxwell ; patron, Mr H. Masterton; general committee; Messrs Williams, Baxter, Willox, Shannon, A. Box, W. Pettit,' and W. Oates; match committee, Messrs Williams, W, Pettit, Willox, Baxter, and secretary ; secretary, Mr E. K. McComb; treasurer, Mr Mark Brody ; delegates, Messrs W. Pettit and E. K. McComb; vice-presidents, Messrs Booth, A. Box, Robettson, Schultz, Oates, Cameron, Harley, Kitson (2), Garrood, Picking, Bates, Worrall, C. Wells, Jackson, Bell, and Baxter sen; auditors, Messof E. McComb, and C.. Dalmin. Votes of tha...
Peninsula Football Association. INITIAL MEETING FOR THE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 April 1911
Peninsula Football Asso ciation. INITIAL MEETING FOR THE SEASON. There was a good attendance of delegates at Mornington on Monday night, Drorana and Sorrento being the only clubs not represented. It is likely that both these clubs will drop out of the competition this season. The delegates present were-Messrs P. McArthur and T. Hutchins (Morning ton) H. Firth and W. Monk (Somer ville), P. Vansuylen and W. Myers (Balnarring), J. Wilson and A. Boulter (Hastings), R. McLaurin and J. Long muir (Tyabh),and E. McComb and W. Pettit (Frankston) and the hon. secre tary (Mr HI. Menck) The balance sheet was read and re ceived, showing a credit balance. SECRITARY'S REPORT. The secretary's report, as follows, was received, and a vote of thanks was accorded him for the completeness and interesting character of same, on the motion of Messrs Pettit and McComb. Gentlemen,-I have much pleasure in presenting-my-3rd initual report and balance-sheet In doing so I must con. gratulate the Association on t...
Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 1 April 1911
Sporting Notes. The annual regatta at Sorrento will be held on Easter Saturday, April 15th. Poster programmes have just been issued from this office, and we note the prize list is substantal and attractive. Mr C. H. Morgan is again secretary. The captain of the Frankston cricket team (Mr A. D. Box) last week re ceived the following from the Somer &nbsp; ville club skipper (Mr S. S. Gault ; &nbsp; Just a line to congratulate you and your team on winning the presentation cup. I am satisfied the best team has won it. The games between your club and ours have always been interesting and pleasant. Kindly convey my sentiments to all members of your team, should an opportunity occur to do so. Again complimenting you all. Yours sincerely, S.S. Gault.--"This is the kind of fine sporting spirit that it does one good to come across. The Dromana Sports Club are hold ing a settling up meeting of the club at the Dromana Hotel this evening A profit of about £10 was made on the St. ...
Victorian Administration. ITS JUSTIFICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
Victorian Administration. ITS JUSTIFICATION. No elector should go to the poll on April 26th to cast a vote for the Refer enda without weighing the story of the Victdrian Parliament. We have had our times of storm and stress. We have had many bitter Constitutional conflicts and times of financial depres sion, but the State has come through all these to constitutional quiet and prosperity. Mr Watt, the Trea. surer, is quite justified in asking what are the reasons, other thin the aggran. disement of the Union bosses, that power should be given to the Federal Parliament and responsibility left with the States. The test of good Government is finance. No matter what the social legislation, a Parliament which fai's in its financial policy fails in all. Judged by this test Victoria has been well administered. 'o great a part of the fifty-five millions borrowed by the Vic torian Goverment has been spent on reproductive works, such as railways and water schemes, that in a year un broken by u...
Peninsula Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
Peninsula Court Fixtures. Frankston (Mondays, 10.15) 3, May 1, June 5, July 10, Au gust 14, September 18, October 23, November 27 Dromana (Tuesdays, 1 p.m.) April 18, May 23, June 27, July-, August 1, September 5, October 10, November 14 Mornington, (Thursdays, 9 a.m.) -April 20, May 25, June 29, July -, August 3, September 7, October 12, Novembor 16 Sorronto (Wednesdays, 10 a.m.) -April-19, May 24, June 28, July -, August 2, September 6, October 11, November 15 When you wnte to advertisers just mention that you saw their advt. in this paper. We'll be grateful if you will.
LANGWARRIN [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
SLANCWARRIN A fair audience attended at the School Board Election, which resulted in the seats being filled by Mrs Cam, Messrs Upton, Berry, Oates, Sum mers, Thompson and C. W. Murray. Regret was expressed at the ab sence of Mr John.Clarke, one of the members of the Board of Advice. He has been very energetic in all work connected with the school, and his election was assured, but he declined. With such a large committee it is hoped that the teabher will now be relieved of the work of cleaning the school. An influential and oenthusiastic meeting greeted the Hon. Mr Downward, M.L.A., to hear that gentleman expound his views in opposition to the Referendum. CrJ. Lloyd occupied the chair, and he was supported on the platform by Cr Ontes, and Mr C. W. Murray, President of the Progress Associa. tion. The speaker traced the growth of Federation, and then emphasised the im possibility of any centralised system of Government dealing with local affairs or ganti corporations. In America they ...
Fruit Export. A SUCCESSFUL EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
Fruit Export. A SUCCESSFUL EXPERIMENT. The prices realised for Victoria pears in London, reported by a cable, furn. ish ample proof of the success of an experimental shipment, the influence of which will have a marked effect upon the future extension of the over. seas fruit export trade of Victoria. The shipment was the outcome of a resolution unanimously agreed to at the Ardmona conference, convened by the Victorian Central Fruit Growersa Association, when the officer in charge of the Government cool stores at Don. caster, Mr French, submitted a scheme by means of which, he asserted, Wil. liams' Bon Chretien pears could be carried successfully to London. The ship's chamber, he urged, should bhe controlled by the dry air process, as adopted in the Doncaster cool stores. Later on Mr French, who had been selected to go with the shipment, de c ined to identify him elf with the ex periment, and the Victorian Central Fruit Growers' Association then took the matter in hand, and arranged t...
Flinders Show. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
Flinders Show. The above was held on Wednesday last. Through meanness of management there was a lack of publicity, and the number of exhibits showed a falling off. The at tendance was less than usual. The lead ing prize.takers for horses were-- A. McDonald, J. Clarke, Captain Balmain, R. C. Keys, A. Buchanan, A. Head, Symonds Bros., C. T. Cooke, D. Buckley, J. Buchanan, A. Gooding, W\. Lamble, A. Thomas, D. Cairns, Misses Cooke and Sharp; Cattle-A. Buchanan, H. O. Sharp, W. McLeod, C.T. Cooke, M. Hig gins, R. Keys; Poultry-J. Buckley, C. T. Cooke, J. Clarke, and It. Buchananan; Farm Produce-Capt. Balmain, R. H. Morris, M. Higgins, J. Lawrence, C. Laurrissen, D. Cairns, G. M. Wilson, C. T. Cooke, W. Darley, W. J. Baldry, T. Kennedy, T. Holland, A. Buchanan; Vegotables-Laurrissen, W. S. Barber, G. H. Wilson, A. Cleave ; Dairy Produce Mrs Miller. Miss Higgins, and W. Darley ; Cookery and Preserves--Misses Davies, Prebble, Farr, Savage, Darly, and Mes dames G. M. Wilson, Symonds, Hollan...
Kicked by a Horse. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
Kicked by a Horse. *-4-- On Friday night last Sydney, the 9 wvar old son of Mr E .Holland, of Green Island, when going from the house into the yard, was kicked on the head by a horse. The injured boy was speedily conveyed to Morn ington for medical treatment, and Dr Somers, who attended to the injuries, found that the skull was fractured and that there was a large cut behind the ear; he ordered the boy's remova' to the Children's Hospital, as an operation would be necessary. The boy was, conveyed to the hospital on Saturday morning, when an operation was performed, and a emall piece of bone taken off the brain. The patient is at present doing as well as can be expected,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
A SYDNEY MOTiER'Sd EXPEBIENCE ''I really cannot let the opportunity pass without telling about the good done my little son by using , hamberlain's Cough Remedy," says Mrs H, Silks, of 29 Dow Iong Street, Camperdown, Syndey. "He had a very severe cold. The doctor gave me medicine for him, but it did him no good. I was recommended to try Cham. berlain's Cough Remedy, end before a small bottle was half finished he was as well as ever." Sold by all storekeepers. THE LEADING BUTCHER.' J. W. DOHERTY, Main street, ~ornington Takes this opportunity in thanking his numerous customers for their kind support during the last three years, and trusts by strict attention to merit a continuance of their patronage. Only MEAT of the PRIMEST Quality Kept at Reasonable Rates. Cooling Chambers on the Premises. Poultry Always on Hand. Families Waited on for Orders A Trial Solicited. Every Satisfaction Assured. Payge's SBon Marchee The Finest Display in Melbourne DRAPERY......JUST NOW, AND......DRAPERY -A...
MORNINGTON JUNCTION [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
MORNINGTON JUNCTION On Saturnay 'ast the members of the Mornington Junction tennis club provided a "kitchen tra" on the court, in'honor of Miss "Belle" Fulton's ap proaching marriige. Each..s.i brought with them a serviceable kit ?lens? utensil, which was presented to Missn Fulton while the tea was being served. The trophies won during the recent tournament were also presented, Miss Vincombe being the first prize winner, with Miss Belle Fulton second.
Green Old Age. AN ELDERLY LADY PRAISES DR MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
Green Old Age. AN ELDERLY LADY PRAISES DR MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. Growing old ought not to mean growing weak and feeble. It does not mean weakness or feebleness for those who eat with a good appetite and sound di geation. It is therefore of the utmost import ance that old people shoulid e tain the power to divest and assi milate food, which is the sole )source of physical strength. To those in declining years who find that Nature re sponds less read ily to the de mands made upon her, and wnho .need a mild yet searching remedy to keep their system in proper working order, there is nothing like Dr Morse's In dian Root Pills. Mrs A. W. Harriss, 205 High Street, Bendigo, V., says:-"I am now 79 years of age, and as one who has great faith in Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills I am only too pleased to add my testimony to the value of your splendid remedy. For some years I was a sufferer from Indigestion and Liver complaint. I tried many adver tised remedies, but got no relief until I was adv...
Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 8 April 1911
Valedictory, A farewell social was tendered to Rev. C. D. Lucas on" Monday evening last at the Morninalon Methodist Church. The rev gentleman has had two years of ministerial service in the Morningion and Dromana Methodist Circuit' There was a very represen. tation gathiering from all parts of the circuit to bid adieu to their pastor. Mr J. Crosbie, circuit steward, pre sided, a very nice musical programme being subumited. Mrs Psrfitt (from Balnarring) gave a recitation and" a solo, both being highly appreciated by the audience. Mrs McIlroy's (Main Creek) recitation was very nicely rendered and well app auded. Miss Carr (Franksron) rendered a recitation very p'e.aeingly, which was well received. Mr Crosbie's solo was ren dered in a manlier that was much appreciated, as also were two solos by Mr Proby. A recitation by .Mr Hod= der, of Dromana, was given in a very able manner and received hearty ap. plause. Mr G. Bridge's recitation was very amusing and created much merriment. Master ...