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GET RID OF THAT COUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911

(OET RID OF THAT COUGH. Right tn.day is the time to get rid of that cough, and not lfter it is settled, deep enated and hard to move. Do not wait to find-you are in danger of pneumonia and other.trouhles that reqlire time and the dnctor's attention. Chamberlain',. Coughr .Remedy will relieve you quicklyand with. out inconvenience. It is a safe and sure remedy for coughs and colds. Sold by nil storekeoperse. Don't borrow your local paper. If you want it, send your name and have it posted to you for 2/6per quarter THE FINEST T'HING ON EAR'HI. "Chamberlain's Col:c, Cholera and DiMrrl ma Remedy is absolutely the finest th ne on errth for colic, pains in the strmach and diarrnl;a," says Mr G. H. Hodgson, of Wanganui, N.Z. "lt will cure every time. No one is subject to more violent attacks of diarrhas than myself, but I have never known t:hamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarthmo Remedy to fail to cuoe me." Sild by all sto:ekeepers.

Publication Title: Mornington Standard
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Concert at Somerville. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911

Concert at Somerville. From vh. President of the Somer-, vilie branch of the Women's Austra lian National League downwards, alli are to be congratulated on the success ful concert held or, Friday night last. The Secretary (M1rs Taylor)t worked iard to bring the concert to a success- i ful issue. Quite a galaxy of talent were engaged and everything passed ,ff without a hitch. The programme was as follows, the chairman being the lion. A. Downward, M.L.A.: Overture, .Miss Aston; song, *My Lady's Bower' Mrs Reed; musical sketch, 'The Auction Roam',' encore, 'Mly idea ,f a Girl,' Mr Sydney Mer ton; song. 'Sing, sweet Bird,' Miss F. Boulner (encored ; recitation, 'How Socery set the hen.' Mr Bartells (en cored); song, 'She wandered down the mountain side,' Miss ABton ; musical monologu, 'The Vicar's Concert,' en core 'Oh, Memory,' Mr Syd Merton; whistlin, solo, Miss A. Booter ;.reci tation, Mr Bartells; duet, 'In the Gar den of my heart,' \Mr and Mrs Reed; over ur., Mrs and Miss Taylor; m...

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Youthful Runaways. A TRIP TO FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911

Youthful Runaways. A TRIP TO FRANKSTON. Tommy Burns rnd Bobby Burns, the 9 and 10 ear old boys of Mr and Mrs Burns, of Northcote, ran away from home on Monday, and came -to Frankston by train, where they were found wet through about 8 o'clock by Constable Ballantyne. The boys concocted a yarn that they lived at South Yarra, and that their mother had sent them to see their auntie, whom they named as Mrs Orr, at Fra.ksrtcn. The boys were taken to an hotel, and on Tuesday their mother came to Frankston and took them back to the parental fold at Northecte.

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Boys' Home at Frankston CONCERT IN AID OF BUILDING FUND. A SPLENDID PROGRAMME. A LARGE AUDIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911

Boys' Ionme at Prankston CONCERT IN AID OF BUILDING FUND. A SPLENDID PROGRAMME. A LARGE 4UDIENCE. The second concert to assist the fund towards additlons and improve ments to the Boys' Home at Frank ston was held in the Mechanics' Hall on Saturday evening, when there was a crowded attendance, who had the pleasure of hearing one of-the best concerts ever held at Frankston. There was not a weak item during the evening, and everyone left the hall thoroughly satisfied with their night's enjoyment. It is antici pated that well on to £20 will be realised after paying expenses. The musical director, Mr. J. B. Jolly, announced that, owing to the lengthy and high-class programme, the bioscope portion was not prac ticable, and had to be left out. It has been arranged, however, that an open-air moving picture0concert will be given in the park during the Christmas holidays. The programme was opened by a pianoforte overture by Miss Freda Sage. This capable young musician was greatly handicapped ...

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TYABB v. SOMERVILLE. B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911

TYABB v.SOM3EITVILLE. B GRADE. This match was played at Tyabb, and resulted in a win for the localk Scores : SOFMERVILLE W. Huotcins,.u b D) Longmuir, 8 3 M.artin, b D. Longmuir, 2 3L Clarke, b I1. Lobtgmuir. 0 T. Fras.-r. hit wk=, h Ii. Lonumuir, S P. Thornell, b W. D,.nham. 5 F. Gregory, c Al e,, b W. Denham 11 J. Grant. bD Loonmuir ... 5 F. Brow, ,c, b II Longanuir, 12 II Barber, not out, 0 L. Grpg. ry. h, D Lanmuir, 1 A. Thornell, c, b Longmuir, 8 Sundries ... ... 9 Total ...6.. Bowling-D l.onugmuir, 8 for 18; W. Denham, 2 for 21 ; W. Detlham, G- Longmuir, 0 for 19. H Xoble, c L Gregory, b Barber. 2 H. Mills, Lb.w., b Brown, 2 G. Longmuir, ILBrown, -... 8 W. Denham. b Hutchinson, 31 A. Mlls, c Martin, b Clarke, 13 D. Logmuir, b. Brown, ... 13 A. Alden, E Brown. b Hutchinson, 5 : iHoufe, c Hutchinson, b Grant, I N. Houfe, not out, ... 2 H. King. b F. Gregory, 1 l Denham, c Gregory, b Martin, 3 Sundries ... ... 5 Total ... ... 89 Bow in--Barber, 1 for 18; Brown, 3 fur 21 ; Hutchin...

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TO KEEP YOUR TONGUE FROM EVIL SPEAKING [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911

'O KEEP YOUR ?TONGUEFROM EVIL SPEAKING Lbout another--make it pass. , Before'you upeak. three gates of god, Three narrow gates-first, "Is it true 2" 'Then "Is it needful ?"--in your mind; live truthful answer ; and the next, f you are tempted to reveal A tale to you someone has told. Is last and uarrowest, "Is it kind ?" nad if, to reach your lips at last, It passes through these gale ays three, Ihenl ou may tell the tale, norfear What the result of speech may be. -Selected.

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B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911

B GRADE. Frankston B's are still plugging alon,, and although a fair eleven gencrally takes the field, the sweets of victory have been denied the team so far. Or Saturday they concluded their match against the East Malvern Presbyterians, the result being a win for he church team. Frankston re plied with 34 to their opponents 46 in the first innngs, but in the second es ay the Malvernites mr,de 148, and Franluton re ponded with 37.

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SOMERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911

SOMERVILLE. I-Uriffetb, G SORBENTO. "1" Continental - 2-aIlan,JD 3--Smitll, 11 li 4-Smith, VV S HI 6-Godall, John G-Lombard. J

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CAULFIELD—MOORABBIN COMPETITION FRANKSTON v. MENTONE. A. GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911

CAULFI LI-.-MXR ABBIN COM PETITION FRANKSTON v. MENTONE. A. GKADE. Frankstcb A !eam had another easy win on Saturday, when they defeated lentnie by an innings and something to spare. Through the agency of Deane and Baxter the visitors were disposed of for 74 in their first innings, which was a feeble response to Frankston's 226. Scores : FaisTroN. Baxter, jun., c Cooper, b Oliver 78 J. Box, b Farrell .. Harley, c Smith, b Hamilton 19 Robertson, c Roger., b Oliver 0 Kennedy, c and bScudds ... 55 Deane, c Smith, b Fairfax 20 A D. Pox, b Hamilton ... 6 Gunther, b Scudds ... *2 J. Reynolds, not out ... 7 C. Maxwell, b Soudds ... 13 Fox, b Scudds ... 0 Sundries ... ... 23 Total 226... Bowwfin--A. C. Scudds, 4 for 28; J. Farrell, I for 57 ; L. Hamilton, 2 for 44 ; J. Oliver, 2 for 31; S. Cooper, 0 for 26; Fairfax, 1 for 17. 31E.1TO. W. McCryslal, c Kennedy, b Deane 12 P. Blencowe, Lb.w. b Deane 0 J. Farrell, b lhaxter .. •. Cooper' b Deane 4 C. Scudds, c J. Box, b Baxter 12 L Hamilton, b ...

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PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. (Matches on first-named Ground). [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911

PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. (Matches on first.named Ground). Dec. 9-Tyabb v. Flinders , ,, Hastings v. Somerville. ,, 16-Tyabb v. Hastings. ,, Flinders v. omenrville. 3rd ROUND. Jan. 13-Hastinga . Flinders. , , lyabb v. Somerville." ,, 20-Flinders v.' yabb . ,, ,, .Somerville v. Hastings. ,, 27-Hastings v. Tyabb. ' ,, . . Somerville v. Flinders. 4, th ROUND. . Feb. 17 -Flinders v. Hastings. ,, Somerville v. yabb. ,,24-'lyalb v. Flindcrs. ., Bastings v Somerville. Mar. 2-lyabb v. Hastings... I, ,, Flinders v. Somorvillo.

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Cricket Fixtures. CAULFIELD—MOORABBIN COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911

Cricket Fixtures. !AULFIELD- hOORABBIN' COMPE TITION. i - SGRADE.-2 days' matches, on grounds of first-named club: Ellindale v Frankston Franketbil v Glenhlutly Slalvern District v Frankston Frankston v lentone Franketon v 4akleigh St. George's v Frankston E. Caullield v Frankston Frankston' vEllindaloe Glenhuntly vFrankston Frankston v Blalvern District Montono v Frankston B GRADE.-z2 day's mathobes on first names clubs' ground: Frankoton v Ellindale' B. 31. Congs. v Frankston Frankston v McKinnon E. M. Presb. v Frankston "Rosstown v Frankston E. Caulfield v. Frankston Frankstou v Oakleigh Glenhuntly vFrankston' Frankston v lentone Caulfield v Frankaton Frankston v Malvern District

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HOW TO INJURE YOUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911

HOW TO INJURE YOUR TOWN. g Run it down to visitors Go to other places for your supplies Look sorry when a ettanger talks to you of buying pr'perty in it. Refuse to see merit in any scheme unless you are "big dog" in it. Don't invest. Show our distrust by refusing to lay out any money in it. Let your tongue wag idly about your n3ighbour without knowing the facts.

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B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911

B GRADE. This is a competition under auspices of ASsociation tor trophy to be won right sut this season. Deo. 9 . ?ornington v. Tyabb Somerville v. Hastings - 16--Hastings v. Tyabb , , Somerville v. Mornington S- 23-Somerville v, Tyabb M,, ornington v. Hastings - Jan. 13--Mornington v. Hastings , Somerville v. Tyabb , 20-Tyabb v; Mornington SHastings v. Somerville 2,, 7 Tyabb v.Hastings hlorningtonv. Somerville Felt. 17-Hastings v. Mlornington Tyabb v. Somerville 24-Mornintloi i. T'yabb S Somerville v. Iasttings Mar. 2-Hastings v. Tyabb S ,,-Somerville v. Mornington

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911

COLLEGE OF OUR LADY OF THE SEA TANTI AVENT±E, MORNI NGTON. Tptl " H"t iRDI NGand DAY SCHOOL affords every advantage for the Higher Educa" 1 icL of Y,'amc Ladies The Cnrriculum embraces subjects of a Thorough English EducatiaH.. Laun. Modern Languatgc, Accomplishm?_nts-Musical and Artistic. Pupils are prepared for the University Exams. in music, as well a, in the Junior and Sei or Public Exams Special Classes for Boot-Keeping, Type-Writing, Shornatd Dres- l.Iking, lDme)tic Economy, and Physical Culture. The Sisters of Mercy have also a BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL for LIlTLE BOY from 4 to o o years of age. It is called "Padua House." and is opposite to the Young Ladies CoIle;e. The Curriculum embraces English up to Primary University Exam, also Music, Drawing, etc.. if required. TKRM5 OX APPLICATION TO THE MOTHER SUPERIOR. ANNEAR. BROS. (Late Jas, Noble) Railway Store, Mornington. CROCERIES. DRAPERY & MILLINERY QUTIAND-t -Th- Eest Ut TO-DATE and S FYLIlH: .- PkICE-rh. L.wI-,t S e ...

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Somerville Fruitgrowers' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911

Somerville Fruitgrowers', Association. --~--- The monthly meeting of the 'ruitgrowers'.Asociation was hell-,, )n Monday night, and was presided )ver by Mr Geo. Shepherd (vice president) in the absence of the President (Cr Geo. Griffeth) through indisposition. It was decided by the society not to take part in the proposed show of.fruit in Melbourne unless the Central Association had the management of the show.-Mr IMair said that no notice of this had reached the Central, or at least it was not brought up at the last meeting.-The Centrll sent in the estimate of the crop as a whole for the State, and by returns itappears to be from light to medium all through.-The Central suggested that the Minister of Agriculture be asked not to enforce the regulations re black spot for this season, as it developed late. This society thought it would be to the advantage of growers to have the diseased fruit kept from the market.-Mr Mair said that the Government experi ments re spraying for black spot ...

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CRICKET. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911

CRICKET. PENINSULA ASSOCIATION. The Hastings B. team played Morninton.t Hastings on Satur day, the result being an easy win for 3Mornington. On account of the ilprovement of the B. team several of their best players were selected against Flinders, which left a weak team behind. The following are the scores: HA-TL\G5. E. \ard, c, benck, ... 1 D. Mtentiplay, b ,, .. A. Amendola, b , D. Iloban, b Ford, . 1 i:. Lewis, h Meack, ... 0 W. 'ushwrorth, e, b Ford, ... 4 T. Knox. not out, ... 4 S 3rabela, b 3Ieaek .... J. Carmichael, run out, ... O 1. Ford, b Ford. ... 0 A. Hayward,b Ford, ... 0 Tolal ... 16 Bowlini': B. Ford, 4 f r 10 : Me ek, 6 f r 5. Hastings second inni, 7 fur 60. IIOR-ISGTON. McArthur. b Cushworth, ... 10 IHutchins b , ... 8 B. Parsons, b Mentiplay, ... F. Parsons. b Carmichael, .. Carill, b Mentiplay ... 3 Ford, b , .. 5 Golds, c, b ,, .. 7 Box, b ... 0 Mlenck, c, b Lewis, ... 29 rNe, not out, ... 29 Allison, b Lewis ... 0 Total .. 05 Bowling: W. Cshworth, 2 for 35; D. M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911

Alltion Sales THURSDAY, DEC 14. At 3 o'Clock. At Messrs \V. F. Vale and Co.'s Rooms, 28; COLLINS-STREET, M ELBOURNE. Mortgagee's Realising Sale, Firm Properties. ROSEBUD, Near DROIMANA. joII RAMISAY and SON (John i.tmsay, Auctioneer), under in structk.ins from the inortgagees, will sell a- above, the following properties, known as Bradys : x.--"MOUNT EVERGREEN," Homestead Bl,.ck, 236 acres be inc allotments 6A and 6n, parish of \Vannaeue, county of Morn. ington; house, outbuildings, etc. Grazing and Cultivation. 2.-121 Acres, grazing land, allot ment 21c, parish of Vannaeue. 3.-79 Acres, grazing land, allot. too, parish of WVannaeue.. 4.--29 Acres, grazing land, allot ment s, parish of Wannaeue. c--216 Acres, grazing and cultiva tion, allotment 3, sec. c, parish --- of FingaL Titles, Certificates. Fdll particulars from- JOHN RAMSAY and SON, Auctioneer, 317 Collins-street; or from MESSRS ROBERTS and EL LIOTT, Solicitors, Equitable Build ings, Collins-street. Hastings 4arket. Thursday...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911

W. T. SACH,' WATCHMAKER and - - JEWELLER "c?y'e?nk:" MORNINCTON, Executes all kr,"-- f WATi'H, CIO K JEWELI ER!Y and SPECIAL REPAIR'. ;lessaes a.d< keys fitted. Orel- - c- be left with Ve.r lunsar BroE, .rni.ng. ts: ; Mr Ruddauk-, Droman. ; I.-Ars uann end "-one, Somerville; .,r Car rier,. Messrs Cair-.r Pnd Willi m-, who pu"lV '4",fdi , laily Etinw,.- ,lr l for repairs, f desi.ed, before 'ts"'-e-i n with them. ti ~ls of every ldesc ip-:on conected with the trade, inc uding the moit up-to-dte makes of watch's rub. minted for approval. Customers visited by appointment J. MILLARD, CARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON. Cabs Meet all Trains. Parcels and Lugaa-e received atd promptly delivered. If-noe md Vehicler for hire. Prices rraaronble i etters and Tele-rams promptly attended t",. A. GOXALL, - Butcher, - Bay-street, Frankston, PFami:rs W ,ted ."n ir Ord-rse......... Prnse ^it.l 0-dt K.n,,. ................. Smtna Goo's of Erlry D:-c rition Fresh Daily. Aide` and Skin= B...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911

LOCAL AND. GENERAL In this issue Mr L.:'P: -Fryne, of i Tyabb, invites tenders for the supply I of 50 loads of sand. W. A-Korner's next Hastings market takes place on Thursday, December 21st. Backward cows, fat cattle and poultry are wanted, the auctioneer having several clients waiting for same. A new up-to-date rocket house has been built at Sorrento. The old one has been sold by tender, Mr Chapman being the successful tenderer at £15 5s. We have received particulars in connection with the Government tree planting competition for substantial prizes, and will be pleased to hand same to any of our readers interested. Entries close on January 1st, next. Fine rain fell on Monday night, which was appecisated to the full by fruitgrowers, nurserymen, and the public generally. About 90 points were registered throughout the dis trict. Tenders are invited in this issue by the Dandenong Shire for the sanitary service at Carrum. The Frankston and Hastings and Mornington Shires alo oadvertise ...

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Dandenong Council. LOCAL MATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington Standard — 9 December 1911

Dandenong Council. LOCAI MATTERS. The fortnightly meeting of the Dandenong Shire Council was held or Monday. Present-Crs. Groves (Pre sident), Hemmings, Abbott, McQuade, Harris, Heywood, Rain and Burden. Amongst some of the 'correspon deuce received were letters from the Railway department, stating that i has been decided to provide a foo crossing over the railway line at 20 miles 47 chains, near Chelsea, but in view of the fact that the site of the vehicular crossing applied for would be only 27 chains distant from the exist ing level crossings, which are 51 chains apart, the Commissioners re gret that they cannot see any justifi cation for incurring the expense that would be involved in constructing this additional crossing, nor are they pre. pared to provide the other pedestrian crossing mentioned in the petition for warded by the Council.-Received; copy of letter to be sent to the Chelsea Progress Association. From R. J. Burroughs, Carrum, asking for the duties of a cabman at th...

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