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Mornington Shire Council A STARTLING AUDIT. PROPOSED SANITARY ALTERATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

Mornington Shire Council A STARTLING AUDIT. PROPOSED SANITARY ALTERATIONS. The .ordinary monthly meeting of the above council was held on Thurs day of last weeL-, the following being present-Crs. Barrett (in the chair, in the absence of the president), Flood, Alston, Male, Lobb, Francis and Bradford. CORRESPONDENCE. From T. W. Fowler, acknowledging his appointment as consulting en gineer to the shire.-Received, Fromn J. Etherulge, Mornington, asking to have the water table opposite her property lowered and a pipe drain put across York street, as the back water did great damage to her crops. - Left in the hands of the secretary, on the mnotion of Crs Bradford and Male. From Railway Departiment, offer ing for s de second hand bridge girders. -Ree-cived. Fromn Municipal .Association, for warding forms to be filled in and e in coiiection widr-officers'fidel= ity guan?ntee.-Received. From Jones and Turner, Moorooduc, brining under notice of council that 560 feet of old decking was remove...

Publication Title: Mornington And Dromana Standard
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The Standard. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING. "Nothing extenuate, nor set down aught in malice." SATURDAY, APRIL 17. LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

ah1te ·tanbarb. PUBLISHLED EVERY 8ATURDAY M.ORNxNG. I "Nothing extenuate, nor set down C aught in malice." t SATURD4Y. APRIL 17. LOCAL AND CENERAL. O A ING to pressure of late news, a lea- - inug article on" Press Recognition," partly in type, is held over with other thatters. Dn. Griffith notifies in this issue that he has resumed practice. AT the .omerville Social Club's meet ing on Saturday night, a collection was made on behalf of the Children's Hos pital, and £215s realised. MR W. Bayford, of the Main Ridge school, has been appointed to the charge of the Balnarring State School, in place of Mr W. Guy, transferred to Melbourne University. THE Mornington Racing Club invite tenders for the publicani's booth and light refreshment booth at theiir forthcoming close on Tuesday and Friday - evening next respectively. A IHARVEST festival will be held at St. Paul's Church, Frankston, to-morrow (Sunday), when the services will be con ducted by the Re.. T. K. Pitt. The sale of harvest gift...

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Sorrento Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 17 April 1909

Sorrento Sports. The Sorrento sports held their   annual meeting on Easter Monday being favored with fine weather, every thing passed over very successfully. The attendance was not quite so big as the programme warranted; very few visited from Dromana, although nearly a score of vehicles attended their sports from here, and gave them entries, but the compliment was not returned. The committee worked hard as a body to keep the ball rolling, more particularly so having a new secretary in Jas. Clark, who has taken the place of his brother, Mr E. Clark. The fol- lowing are the results: MAIDEN PLATE...C. Cairns 1, Hands 2, Dahl 3. SIAMESE RACE...Best and Price 1, Sal vas and J. Watson 2. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP...Heat winners, J. Alltress, B. King, Peddle, Wright, G. King; Salvas, George, Chas. Cairns. Semi final, Geo. King, Peddle, Salvas, C. Cairns. Final, C. Cairns, 13 yds., 1; A. Peddle, 9 yds., 2, Geo. King, 12 yds., 2. Boy's RACE ... Alltress 1, Hibbert 2, Herbert 3. GIRL'S...

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Church News. MORNINGTON AND DROMANA CIRCUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 April 1909

Church News. MORNINGTON AND DROMANA CIRCUIT. It is now something over 20 years ago since the Methodist folk of Dro mana first made application to have Mornington severed fr3m Frankston Circuit, but they were were not suc cesful on that occasion. However, they were not discouraged after wait ing so long, but made another attempt, and with the help of the Mornington people, were successful in getting a commission to come to Mornington to hear the wishes of the pe?ip!le fora severarnce?tro mrnrestonr whotindg` impressed with the idea that it was most essential to have a.,minister sta tioned at Mornington,-tabled a report to the conference that such should be, with the result that therecommendation was adopted. The Rev. C. D. Lucas was the gentleman chosen to reside in Mornington, which brought a feeling of joy to all those cmcerned. The Rev. Mr Lucas arrived on Friday of last week, and was informed that a wel come social was awaiting" hint at the Chuch, which came as a great surprise. ...

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Dandenong Market. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 April 1909

Dandenong Market. A small yarding of milkers and springers, which met with keen com petition at late high rates, best milkers making to £10!5, springers to £7/10/6, extra do. to £12/10. Following were the principal lots :-Milkers, L. Corri gan 1 at £9, Merriot Bros 2 to £7/12/6, T1'. Kingston 2 to £10/5, Alf Armstrong 1 at £7/10, MAr Schmidt 1 at £7/7/6, Willis Bros 1 at £7/10, 0. Hendy 1 at £10, H. Dennis 1 at £6, W. Bowman 1 at £6, J. Facey 1 at £6/15, J. Munn 1 at £5, J. Mills 1 at £7/7/6, Spring ers: W. Munn 1 at £5/2/6, D. J. Bourke 5 to £12/10, (averaging) £9/18S/6, J. Henry 1 at £10/7/6, Hugh Masters 7 to £10/716, E. Higgins 2 to £91216, J B. Wilson 2 to £7,5, T. O'Brien 3 to £8, H. G. Gamble 1 at £6/15, H. Weideman 2 to £6/5, W. Bowman 5 to £7/15. Stores: A good yarding, but practically no sale. Pigs : A good supply forward, and prices a shade easier for bacon and nork . ut s na·snu- dsuceersw ere ln"uk k °b le4 mand; bacon, medium to £3/6, light to £2/18/6; pork, heavy to £...

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Mornington Sports Club. ATHLETIC GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 April 1909

?lornington Sports Club. ATHLETIC GATHERING. A very successful sports meeting in connection with the above was held last Wednesday in _the Mornington Park. The weather was fine, and the attendance good. The events through out were well contested, and-in all the races very exciting finishes ensued. An enquiry was held by the committee regarding the riding of Peterson in one of the heats in the bicycle races. This rider, when win ning comfortably, swung right across the track, letting another rider through, who then won easily. Peterson was disqualified, and the third man in the heat (Connell) was allowed to startin the final.-The Mi'e race was one of the best of the day,.and resulted in L. Connell beating the much-favored Allison, after a- ding-dong finish. A feature of the day's sport was the success of members of the Garlick family, who seemed irresistible. The Quarter Mile race was won by Sam of that ilk, who also ran second in the Mornington ISheffield, whilst another brother sec...

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MORNINGTON PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. MEETING OF DELEGATES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 April 1909

MORNINGTON PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. MEETING OF DELEGATES. A meeting of delegates of the above Association was held last Thursday night at the Grand Hotel, Mornington, the President (Mr L. Harrison) being in the chair. Representatives of the following clubs were present :-Somer ville (Messrs H. Firt.h and F. Murray), Hastings" (Messrs T. Knox and S. Mentiplay), Mornington (Messrs W. W. Odgers and T. Hutchins), Tyabb (Messrs W. J. Baker and H. T. Noble), Dromamin (Messrs J. Hazeldine and R. Wyatt), Balnarring (Mr E. Cox). After the ordinary business was gone through the e'ection of officers took pra=e, ,vith the following result: President-Mr L. Harrison, sen., who suitably acknowledged his election in his usual jovial manner. (Tyabb), Berryman (Balnarriig), J. Taylor (Somerville), J. C. Griffith (Dromand), Pearce (Hastings). On the motion of Messrs Odgers and Noble, it was decided that no pat ronu be elected, is e ich club had their own. Secretary and Treasurer-Mr H. J. L. Menck. The r...

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MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 April 1909

:.. MOOROODUC I On- ,Tuesday last twoe local, young men paid, a visit to the city tfor' the day,'one to'carry out'a large amount of business and the other- to procure suppliesfor his photographic studio. On the return journey they were deeply interested by having for company the proprietor of the largest nursery from Hawke's' Bay, New Zealand, who was coming on a short visit to.-our well known nursery, " Two Bays." In the course of his conversation he men tioned having 300,000 young pines in one belt, and said these could easily be disposed of at a satisfactory .price, for every man who took up a piece' of land, small or large, the first thing he did was to plant a breakwind for shelter, and these young trees were readily used for that purpose. With heavy rain and piercing cold Wind, and the shortness of the pasture here during this and the approaching few months, the provision for shelter for the stuck must receive more at tention in tho near future, for. while other industrial pur...

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FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 April 1909

FEDERAL ASSOCIATION. The above association commences on Saturday next (May 1st), the draw for the first round being as follows: All matches to be played on the ground of the first-named club. * Moraiallone v Moorabbin Glen Huntly v Cheltenham Ellendale v Frankston Mentone a bye BMAY SnI. Cheltenham v Mentone Frankson v lMordialloc Aloorabbin v Ellendale Glen Huntly a bye. MAY 15TH. Mlordialloc v Glen Huntly Ellendale v Cheltenham Mlentone v Mourabbin Frankston a bye. MAY 22,D, Glen Huntly v Ellendale Cheltenham v Frankston Mentone v Mordialloc Moorabbin a by e. MAY 29irH Moorabbin v Olen Huntly Frankston v Mentone Mordialloe v Ellendale. Cheltenham a bye.

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DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 April 1909

DOUMANA. A concert held in the Mechanics' In stitute on Easter Tuesday passed off successfully. There was a very good attendance, and the financial result was satisfactory. -The proceeds were .in aid of the Roman Catholic Church. The following, contributed stems dur ing the evening :-Miss A. Buckley, song, Carnival; Miss N. Kelly, reci tation, Becalmed; Miss M. Kennedy, song, The Moorish Maid; Miss Kefford, song, Dream of Home; Misses Ken is O'er; Misses Keffrd and Kennedy also rendered two other songs. The Rev J. A. G. Robertson is pro gressing as favorably as can be ex pected. but is still in a critical con dition. At a meeting held on Saturday night; it was decided to have a general picnic at Cape Schanck on Wednes day, 28th inst. Given fine weathem the picnic, as a social function, pro mnises to be a great success. Dromana football club held -its annual meeting on the 10th inst., 1Mr J. C. Griffith, jun., presiding. The following office-bearers were elected: -President, Mr J. C....

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Frankston Court of Petty Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 April 1909

Frankston Court of Petty Sessions. Monday.-Before Messrs Crawford, Woodhouse, and Perrott, J.'sP.

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Football. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 April 1909

Football. We are desirous of publishing the results of all district matches, and would ask secretaries or captains of contesting teams to arrange to forward complete results of matches as early in the week as possible, accompanied by any de serving remarks on the play.

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Frankston New Year's Day Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 April 1909

;Frankston New Year's I Day Sports. A meeting of the committee of the above was.: held in the Mlechanics, Frankston; on Thulirsday evening;-15th inst., ' when there, were present: Messrs Sherlock (cbfaitllin), Willox, Dalman, McComb, Oates, Walker, Marsh, Sheridan, Ritchie, Chamberlin, and W. Pettit (hon. see.) The treasurer (Mr Chamberlin) re ported that after paying then refund of 2/6 per member, there, would be about £11 available to the credit of the sports. Mr McComb suggested keeping a couple of pouinds in hand to start next year with. AMr Dalman referred to the satisfaic tory manner the secretarial work had been carried out, and moved that two guineas be deducted from the .funds for the purpose of procuring a gift for presentation to the secretary.-Mr Chamberlin seconded the mixotion, which was supported in flattering terms by the president, and carried. - Mr McComb moved that a. further two guinears be retained for:.registra tion- fees, etc. -. . Mr T Ritchie modved as'an am...

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HASTINGS. (Copies of the STANDARD can be obtained from Mr. S. Orsino.) [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 April 1909

HASTINGS. - (Copies of the TxAnDt?D can be obtained from M?r S. Orsino.) The following is the list of prize winners-at the recent show and sale of gifts : CLASS A.-AIPLES: Best Tray Cookers, A. E. Benton Best Tray Dessert, A. E. Beuton Best Tray Chandlers, W. Strachan Best Tray Sturners, H. Mair Best Tiray Five Crowns, C. McKirdy' Best Tray Jonathans, A. E.,Benton Best Tray Ioman Beauty, L. Watt Best Tray Reinette, D. Longmuir Best Plate of Pears, B. Jones CLASS B.-VEGETABLES. Potatoes, Mrs White Onions, G. J. Perrott Cabbage, G. J. Perrott Peas, E. Howell Turks' Cap, H. E. Unthank Vegetable Marrow, B. Mills Citron Melon, E. Howell CLASS C.-FLOWERS. Two Pot Plants, Mrs Woodhonse Best Fern, Miss F. Denham Rest Fusehbia, Mrs Woodhouse Best Three Dahlias, Mrs A. Thornell Best Ladies Spray, Mrs A. Thornell Best Three Gents Buttonholes, Mrs A. Thornell -Best Three Roses (CutBloom), Mrs A. Thornell CLASS D. Best Bottle of Honey, G. J. Perrott Best Honey in Comb, F. Perrott Best Three pots...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 April 1909

MIrs Webber, Shar'-streut, Geelong, Vic.. writes,: "_Chamberlain's Pain Balm is a wonderful liniment for cuts and bruises or rheumatism. Every member of -my family has used it sometime or other, and have always obtained relief after a few ap plications. One thing I have always po ticed is that when Chamberlain's Pain Balm is used for a cut or burn, there is never any scar left on the flesh" For sale by all storekeepers. WE desire to i?sform promoters and secretaries of entertainments, meetings etc., that it is always necessary to no tify the STANDARD to ensure where possible a representative's attendance. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is Nature's most natural remedy,.improved by science to a pleasant, permanent, positive cure for coughs, colds, and all inflamed 'surfaces of the lungs and bronchial -tubes. The sore, ieary, congh-worn lungs ;are -exhilarated, the microbe-bearing mucus is cut. out, the cause of that tickling removed, and the in flamed membranes are healed and soothed, so ...

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Poisonous Humors IN THE BLOOD OVERCOME BY DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 April 1909

Poisonous humors IN THE BLOOD OVERCOME BY DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS. M1r Thomas J. Cranwell, a young farmer, of Rockbank, near Melbourne, writing from the residence of his par ents at Footscray, states how Blood Poisoning set in his arm and extended all over his body, which the doctor's treatment failed to counteract. Dr. MIorse's Indian Root Pills, however, afforded him speedy relief. The re sult of the first bottle exceeded his most sanguine anticipations. Read what ha cave *_ Mr :. Cranwell." From a photo.) T ATA7 vnr\ raom Cin over twelve months since I suffered from Blood Poison ing, the result of a cut on the right arm, which I neg lected and from the arm it extended all over my body. I was in a dreadful state, and the pain was in tense. I was under the doc tor for.months, but I did not seem to be progressing, un der his treatment. At length, seeing Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills exten sively advertised I thought I would try them and procured a bottle. The result of the fir...

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SUMMER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 April 1909

SU7?MER, TIME 'TABLE FOE MOBxD1NGTON PENNIhSU A. MELBOURNE TO FRANKSTON. p.m. p.m. p.m. sam a.m. a,m, Sats. Sits. Sats. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m only e, ilolb, dep. 7.458 810 8.42 12.20 1.12 1.18 4.35 530 6.20 1?.86 Carrum 0.11 0.23 9.51 1.30 2.26 232 5.51 0.23 7.20 12.41 Fkston, arr. .22 084 10.2 1.41 2.37 2.43 0.2 0.34 7.40 12.55 FRANKSTON TO SIELBOUIRNI. Sats. Sat. a.m, n,m, p m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.. Franlketon,dep. 7.12 8.30 12.17 28 8.8 3.8 5.40 8,20: CJarrum 7.23 841 12.28 2,d2 4 3.10 5 51 881] Mielbour'e, arr, 8,32 0.48 1.87 3;42 4.25 4,30 7.2, 9,2, MELBO.URNE TO FRA-NKSTJN. SUNoaXs. - a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m Melb., dep. 10.45 10.55 2.25 6.0 9.30 p.m. Carrum 11.40 12.4 3.34 7.13 10.39 F'kston, arr.11.51 12.15 3.45 10.50 FRANKSTON TO MELBOURNE. SUNDAYS. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Frankston, dep. 9 20 4.23 8.15 Carrum 9.33 4:34 7.18 8.26 Melbourne, arre 10.42 5.43 8.26 9.36 MELBOURNE TO MORNINGTON. Sats. only p.m. a.m. p.m. Melbourne. dep. ... 1.18 8.42 5.30 Carrum ... 2.32 9.51 6.23 F...

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MORNINGTON JUNCTION. PRESBYTERIAN SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 April 1909

MORNINCTOI JUNCTION. PRESBYTERIAN SOCIAL. A -most enjoyable and successful evening was spent at the Moinington Junction- Presbyterian Church, on Moiiday, the-5th inst. The evening opened withi an address to the children by hMr. Flynn (chairman) of Paken ham, who. presided on behalf of the Rev.' Cope, lio h as` `called awvay' to .Tasmania.:- Then followed .dialogues' and recitaiions.by? the Sunday School children, :and-rafter;these items the scholars 'were" presented :.with. their Sunday School prizes, and some hand some books were awarded. After this followed a concert, which was un doub'tedly a success in every respect, as the items were numerous and every one well rendered. . The programme was as. follows :-Mr Harbord, songs, The Pioneer 'ind The Miner; Mr Reid, song, Adoration; Mr Fraser, song, The Bugler; Misses Hallam and Lo gan, duet, Home.to Our Mountain; Mr ,V. McGraw, song, Rio Grande; .Miss Horstall, song, The .Song the An8gels :Sing; Mr Summers,' song, Song. of the sunny ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 April 1909

AN INVITATION FOR 1909. Avrri No- 3Z. o Cordially Invite you to call, when next in Melbout ne at their Salesroom, 66 Elizabeth St., For a few minutes rest and a refreshing Cup of Tea (gratis2. Also if not al eady using -them, WRITE AT ONCE for FREE TESTING SAMPLES Of thr-ir delicious TEAS, COFFEES, -& - COCOAS oPlease se a na actory: mention this 30 Flinders-street. Paper. Salesroom: 66 Elizabeth-street. Alcock & Co. Prop. Ltd. SLAZENGER'S New Shipments of Tennis every Renshaw ... s5s Three Months. Demon ... 21s E.G.M ... 35s AYRE'S Match 2 ... 8/6 Covered Balls, 16s 6d doz. S ... 2/6 Uncovered. los, 12s doz. 5 ... 2/6 155 & 157 ELIZABETH-ST., MELBOURNE. Railway Cash Stores. (Opposite Station). YOUNG STREET, FRANKSTON. D. McDONALD,®. General and Family Grocer and Provision Merchant CHEAPEST HOUSE IN THE DISTRIOT Now Goods of Evory --)ceoripton. -- Families Waited on for Orders, Goods Delivered Promptly. A. T'rial Solicited. C. P. Stanway, TAILOR ROTHSCHILD CH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 24 April 1909

Auction sales Somerville Sale, THURSDAY, APRIL 29TH. Late W. A. Shepherd Estate. Draught Mare and Foal 2 and 3 yr. Light Draughts. 3 good Cows _ Cream Pony, 132 Bentall's Chaffcutter Buggy and Harness Pigs Fowls Sundries WV. P. FAIRLAM, Auctioneer. Chel tenham. g Note change of Day. Tanti Monthly Market. M10NDAY, 3noD 1AY. Alex. Scott & Co. W ILL hold their usual Monthly W Sale as above, at 1 o'clock sharp, when they will offer 13 Fat Bullocks 3 Fat Cows 70 11ixad Cattle -- ?-Aex. Scott & Co.. Auctioneers, Dan ' ? enong and Koriaibuerras-.' : Public Notices. ROLLAND FRASEt1, L.D.S., AaD M.A.C.D DENTAL SUREiON fl AS pleasure in stating that he will visit FRANKS iON on - WEDNESDAY. APItIL 2i. - and can be consulted hetlwsee, 10 a.m. and 6p.m. at FEANKSTuJ" ILOUSE, or by appointment. PRIVAlE AnDDESS- 15 TOORAK ROAD, SOUTH YARRA. (4 min. from South Yar?r station.) T. LOB1B, ESTATE, STOCK, AND GENERAL AGENT. MAIN STREET. MORNINGTON. AOENT rca" Ccs.xraLcAL UNIoN FIRE J, - ...

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