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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909
Medicines that aid nature are always I most successful. Chamberlain's Cough t Remedy acts on this plan. It allays the cough, aids expectoration, relieves the lungs, opens the secretions. thereby aiding nature in throwing off a cold and restoring the system to a healthy condition. For sale by all storekeepers. The winter winds are blowing Think of the ills they bring And guard with care your household Until the welcome spring,. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure WVill, aid you to this end, And, as a sentry, safe and sure, Your dear ones will defend. iercules ycles - Victoria's Best Macnines. Ove . 3 on the Roads. H. E. Jackson, IUILEIL 151 Queensberry St, Nth. Melbourne Send for C-".logues. Reasonable Price:. Easy Terms. ApplyC.Ar -:i, Tooradin, or D. Petrie Frankston. GRAND HOTEL, MORNINUTON. (Close to Railway Station). LOUIS HARRISON, Proprietor. Lord Byron says :--"If a man won't let us knoew he is alive, he is dead. or should be WHISKIES :-SCOTCH-Buchanan's (per bottle), 4s Sd ; Usher'...
TYABB. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909
TYABB. About two years ago the local hall was let to the Education Department for the, purpose of conducting another school. At the time, the public were told that it was " only temporary," but an effort is now being made to give Miss Audley, the teacher, a bit more work by including an extra class. Although realising that " knowledge is power," and that children must be taught, a great number of patrons of the hall are complaining of the state of the floor, and the inconvenience people are put to when a concert is to be held. It is now up to the hall committee to tell the Education De partment that the hall is required for other purposes, and this may have the effect of awakening the Department and getting a.new school which will be central. . The annual meeting of~the local hall, which has been delayed for some time, was held on Friday. evening last. The secretary read a most favorable report of the year's progress, and the balance sheet for the year ending March 31st showed an in...
MOOROODUC. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909
MOOROODUC. The week past has been dry and ivarm, and the ground has dried con siderably, thus allowing farmers to put in more crops and to make those al ready in crinkle their leaves with vigorous growth, but all things come to an end, and so we are again in the midst of heavy rain, that will no doubt continue for a week as is usual for this district. Foxes are again coming about, and quite a number have been caught by local sports. But it is real sport to witness the capture of one in a trap by a new arrival from England. Mr Roosevelts startlingA frican stories will be outrivalled on this person's return to the old country. Mrs Cromer, Percy-street. Geelong writes; " Acting on the advice of a friend of mine, I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to give my little girl, who was suffering with a very bad attack of Croup. I am pleased to say that after a few doses relief was obtained, and before the bottle was finished my little girl was able to go to school again. I will al...
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909
NOTES. Surrento players are rapidly improving. Douglas (Captain of Sorrento) wants thu players to attend proctice more often. Templeton is gaining some of his old form, and made some tine runs on Saturday last. Tie Sorrento, team have weak forwards which need-to be improved upon. Tile Sorrento Junior club were de feated at ])romana on Saturday. WV. Clydesdale and Densie Salvas are showing splendidlform. Garvie, for Sorrento, is a very hard work er in the ruck. De Wart is just getting into form again after a long spell. Frankston supporters are now in great heat t, and predict a long run of success for the red and blacks. The team to represent Frankston in their match with Glen Huntly, is as follows: Baxter, Barrett (2), Box, Kennedy, Sheehan, MI'Dougall, Renouf, O'Neill, 0. Petttt, Donoghue, 'Sherlock, Denham, Burton. Jolly, Sharp, B. Oakley, Greg ory. "Emergencies -Young, Reynolds. This match is to be played at Glen Huntly, and players are requested to be on the station at 1.45 p.m...
CARRUM. MUNICIPAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909
CARFUM. MUNICIPAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN. In connection with the forthcoming election of a representative for the South riding of the shire of Dandenong, Mr Norman M'Leod (who is opposing the retiring member, Mr W. G. Keys) held a meeting at Chelsea on Saturday. The candidate addressed those present concerning the small expenditure in the South riding last year, £300 being _avialahlc fromCover.nent grenb anl £700 from rates received. After a lengthy speech it was suggested by Mr Smith, of Chelsea, that Cr. Keys (who was present.) should address the meet ing. Mr IM'Leod said he could not find fault with the council for any thing they had done, because they had done nothing. (Laughter). Mr 5M'Leod received a splendid hearing. In Cr. Keys' remarks to the meeting, he said that the £300 mentioned had been spenton the roads and also the £700 received from rates, which statement was received with disapproval. The meeting then adjourned to Aspendale, where Mr Tay:lor, of the Chal6t, occupied the...
DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909
DROMANA. 11r R. L. Youngson met with an accident last week, and was- fortunate in escaping as lightly as he did: While getting into his jinker, a dog startled the pony, and Mr Youngson losing his footing, was thrown on to the pony's back and did the "Gilpin" act for some distance down the street, but before he could get control of the reins the pony swerved into a post, upsett ing the jinker and throwing Air Young. son to the ground. He sustained a severe shaking and bruises. The pony continued its career with the upturned jinker until a telegraph post stopped the trap, the pony then breaking loose.
BALNARRING v. DROMANA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909
BALNARRING v. DROHMANA. This match was p'ayed at Balnar ring on Saturday, and resulted in a win for the'visitors by 2 points, after a very exciting game. The locals had a lead up to within a minute of the bell sounding. Owini to an Association umpire not turning up, a local man was selected, and ac:ed very fairly, but was a bit weak on rough players. During the first half the wind was blowing fairly strong and made a difference to those shoot ing for goals. The final scores be ing - Dromana. 6--? (3j points); Balharring, 4-1r (35 points). Pro minent :for the visitors were Hudduck and M'Clear, while those worthy of mention were Evans, Cleive, Wyatt and Lacco. For Balnarring. Evans and E. Buckley rucked splendidly. and Warner, as rover, was the right man in the right place, and Phil Vansuy len, J. Riley aud M. Burne deserves special mention for their marking. Others who played well were Eddy, Willis, O. Callinan.; and Stanley,"
WINTER TIME TABLE FOR MORNINGTON PENINSULA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909
W?4TER TIME TABLE FOR MORnI 2GTON PEXINSULA. al1mll1OUHNE '0 iI1rAN 'I'ON. - a.m anm. am. Sats. Sats. Sotb. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.mi only ox. ilelb, dop. 7.48 810 12'20 1,12 1 18 530 020 11,31 Ctrron 1 9 . .23 1.30 2.2(1 2 3 (1.23 7.20 12.41 F'kston, art. 0.22 103 1.16 2.37 2.43 0.34 7.40 12 5? IP?ANKiS'I'ON 1'0 ?E1LGROUINiL. Sats. ants. .111 InaI, ar.m, p).1I ).In ),l, ),1lm. p .m , m . )p.ln. Frankaton, dop. 7.12 8:0 :135 1.17 2.1(1 3.3 3.8 0.8 9.20 Carrum 7.23 9841 0.51 1 28 2.12 3 1.4 3.10 0,24. 831 MIolbouno, arr, 8.321 1.18 110 2.37 3.42 4.25 4,30 7,:11. 11,12 MIELBOURNE TO FRENKST3JN. SUU.TDAXS. a.m. p.m: p.m. p.m. MIelb., dep. 10.55 2.25 6.0 9.30 p.m. Carrum 12 4 3.34 7.13 10.39 Fketon, arr. 12 15 3.45 10.50 F1RANKSTON TO 31ELBOU.tNE. SUNDAYs. a.m. pn. p.m p.m. Prankston, dep. 9 20 4.23 8.8 Carrum 9 33 4.31 7.18 S.19 Melbourne, arr. 10u,4 5.42 8.2n 9.27 MELDOUI2NE TO MvoNINGTON. Saets. only p.mn. a.m. p.m. Melbourne. dep ...1.1 8.1 5.30 Carrum ... 2.32 9.23 6.23 Frankston, arr. 2...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909
LOCAL AND GENERAL. AnvERTISEits and correspondents are reminded that all communications in tended for insertion in the STANDAr.o should reach the office not later than by Frilay morning's letter delivery at Frank-' ston. OWING to council repo'.:. many items have been crowded out of this issue, and will appear in our next. Tre: rainfall at Dromana for May was 2.01 inches. Mit J. . . arsh left last week for his annual business tour of Tasmania. TiHE annual meeting of the Fran'.s' in Progress League will be held on Wednes. day, June 16. THE rainfall at Mornington so far this thisyear has been as follows :-January 170 pts., February 150 pts., Mr-ch 140 JAMES Grant, sen., of Somerville, nur seryman, who died on April 25th, left estate to the value of £5286, being realty £-4,180and personalty £1,10. It is le;t by a will dated September 11th, 1902, to his widow and children. OwING to thedate of next meeting of the Morningtou council falling on the 10th June, and that being a very busy day ...
What Diseased Teeth Do! [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909
What Diseased Teeth Do I How many suffer daily niith frightful sharp, shooting pains, ending sometimes behind tile eye, nose and somewhere about the ears ? Although it only lasts for an occasional few minutes, the agonising pain during that time is terrible to many whose nervous system and thegeneral health often gives wyy under the strain. Why suffer. and believe you have only a cold in the body and neuralgia in the face, when, as is often the case, it arises from decayed, broken teeth and stumps pressing upon the minute "nerve endings" of the large nerve which supplies the sensitive parts to the jawbone, Why allow discharging stinps the "lhar. hor " of pathogenic mlicrobes, thatgradually enter the delicate organs of the throat, causing complications as bad breaths, ulcer. sted threats, swollen face, inflammation of glands at the root of the tongae--or ton. silitis. This "corruption," or putreseene, is carried with the food. into the body, whero other unknown disorders, which might...
MOUNT ELIZA. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909
MIOUNT ELIZA. Empire Day was celebrated at the State school on Monday, 24th May. The children of the district, attended in full force with parents and friends. Addresses were given by the Rev. S. Sandiford, and members of the Board of Advice (Councillors Flood, Stevens, and Alston. Sports were held and refreshments provided, and a v.ry successful demonstration was brought to a close with a social in the evening. Special thanks are due to Mr and Mrs Orice, and Major Campbell, for personal assi-tance and donations to the entertainment fund, aznd to Miss Kennedy for her able and tactful con duct of arrangements.
Empire Day. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909
Empire Day. In addition t6 the celebrations re corded in our last issue, the fol'owing reports have come to hand from our correspondents : BALNARRING. Empire Day was celebrated at Bal narringon Monday, Illay 24th, in.a style which left no doubt about the -ardent loyalty of the people of that localty. As usual, the local State school formed a nucleus for the cele brations. In the morning, after the usual assembly and roll call, the child ren were given lessons suited to the occasions. They were then marched outside and formed up round the flag pole. The flag was hoisted with the usual ceremonies, and then Cr 1). Buckley addressed the children. He reminded them that Australians might some day find it necessary to defend themselves against those who would wish to take their land, and that dur ing the afternooln's sports, while they were contending against other boys, they should never forget that they might one day be fighting shoulder to shoulder with theo . After lunch the childrenas...
FRANKSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909
FRANKSTON. The following donations were re ceived towards the celebrations: Mrs Hay, Mr WV. W. Richardson 10s Gd each; iIr Parer, Dr. Maxwell 10s each ; Cr. Sherlock, Messrs Beall. Grice, Schultz, Wimble, MIesdames Sheridan, Bat',, McKiddie. Plowman, Miss Had field 5s each * Mesdames J. Hogan, Gab riel 3s each ; Mesdames Deuyer, M. Hogan, Nicholson; Carley, Osborne, Stev ens, Daniels, -Iiss Gallavan, Messrs W. Pettit, D. Petrie, Matson, A. Patterson, 1. Box, Tetley, A. Andrews. Millard 2s 6a each ; Mesdames M. Williams, Stephen son, Henderson, Baxter, E. Bray, E. it'Comb, Thomas, Green, Miss Pearsall, Messrs F. Addicott, .. Jolly, J. Williams 2s each; A Friend, Messrs Cuthbert, C. McKenzie, W. Gregory, Wadsworth, Crowe, Neylan, Kinrade, Aitken, Mit chell. Pennie, Evans, Rowan, J. Banner, Mesdames E. Ferrier, Bruce, Brown, '. E. Brewer, Nicholls, M. L. Barrett. Hinz cliff, Kemp, Putz, Barclay, J. Mills, Chamberlin, A. Shannon, Stewart, Misses Neylan, Hlennessy. Cahill, Trenoweth, F. ...
ROSEBUD. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909
ROSEBUD. In addition to the observance of the departmental programme, the scholars attending the Main.. Ridgo, Cape -Schanck, Rye, and Rtsebud schools held a united picnic at Rosebud. An interesting and lengthy pro gramme of sports was gone through, the various events :being keenly con tested. During an interval in the athletic events, Cr Cain addressed the asseln, lage, and urged the young folk to fib themselves for citizenship, and thus uphold the dighity of the British. Em pire. He referred to the noble life led by the late Queen, who was endeared to all her subjects. Mr Truman (Board of Advice) callr 1 for three cheers for the flag, after which the National Anthem was sung. In the evening an enjoyable dance was held.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909
t-s blic Notices. Mornington Livery Stables. -MJAIN STREET, MO.NINGTON. F. C. DOHERTY BEGS to notify the Public of the Peninsula that he has purchased the above, and hopes by strictest atten tion to business and his cheats' interests to merit the Public's Patronage. VEHICLES T:U, TO ALL PARTS OF THE PENINoULA. COACH Starts f,-r Frankston Daily at 11 a.m.. leaving Fraskston on return at 2 30 p.m. Dromana Coach leaves immediately on arrival of first train, returnoig from Dro mana at 3 p.m. Strict Punctuality to time observed. HORSES & BUCCIES - --- FOR HIRE. J. MILLARD, 1ARRIER and CAB PRO PRIETOR, FRANKSTON Cal? Meet all Trains. Parcels and Lug?a? e received and promptly delivered. Ho.ses and Vehicles for hire, Prices reasonable' 'retters and Telerams promptly attended to. A. E DE SAXE, ioo Exhibition Street, (Between Collins and Little Collins Sts.) ME L BOURNE PAINLESS - DENTISTRY. F. G. CLLAMBEI LIN, Phrmaceutical & Dispensing Chemist, .. FRANKSTON Latest Drugs &am...
Flinders and Kangerong Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909
'Flinders and Kangerong Shire Council, The ordinary monthly meeting of i the above was held at Dromana on i Saturday last, in the Dromana Hotel, when the following were present Crs Buckley (President), Davies, Stan- s ley, Shaw, Chapman, Sharp, I Cain and Clark. FINANCE. Accounts amounting to £300 were passed for payment on the recommend. ation of the finance committee. TENDERS. The following tenders were accepted: -Spreading metal Mornington-Dro mnan road, J. C. Clydesdale, 10d per yard; Spreading, Rye-Dromana road, r. Trueman, Is per yard; Clearing on t Back Beach road, Sorrento, J. Wooster. ( £2; Repairs to road at" Heronswood," t Dromana, J. Peatey, forming 10s per c chain; diagonal drain Is per chain, t and filling in ruts 12s. CORRESPONDENCE. f The following correspondence was i read and dealt with as under :- 1 ,,Fen TreeQ laljre Pea Rifle Sup- t presson and asling council's views in regard to same, whether council c favors total abolicijn or restriction of e its use to perso...
Frankston and Hastings Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909
Frankston and Hastings Shire Couniil. The ordinary monthly meeting of t the above was held at Hastings on Wednesday, when there w?re present c -Crs Baxter (president). Sherlock, s Gamble, Woodhouse, Petrott, Hod gins, Murray, and Cole, aril 1Mr J. E. Jones (secretary). l The minutes of the previous ordin ary and special meetings were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Mrs A. D. Playdell wrote stating f that owing to Mr Pleydell's illness he had been unable to visit various places in the shire as necessary, as his medi cal adviser had ordered him to keep to his bed. Mr Pleydell had engaged a clerk to do the secretarial work, whilst Mr Jones had attendid to out side matters. Copies of the amended bye-laws were forwarded. Mr Pley dell would be. in Frankston for a while, and would give the new secre tary every assistance.-Received. From T. J. Nicholls, asking per mission to erect a crossing over foot Sat Frankston nea his nlac3 for ervision of the ` l%-Ie of Works, on the motion of Ors...
JUNIOR FOOTBALL. FRANKSTON. v. LANGWARRIN. [Newspaper Article] — Mornington and Dromana Standard — 5 June 1909
FRANKSTON. v. LANGWARRIN. This match was played at Frankston on Saturday, and resulted in a win for the locals by 46 points. The best players for the winners were Gabriel Bros., Heffernan, Kerr, M'Kenzie, Parsons, Bethune, while for Lang warrin Cain, R. Green, Berry, Benson, Chambers, and Thornell played well. Scores-Frankston, 8-16 (62 points); Langwarrin, 2-4(16 points). Goal kickers : Franks:on-Heffernan (2), C. Daniels. H. Gabriel, Foster, O'Neill, M'Kenzie and Cummins ; Langwar rin-Cain and Chambers. The Frankston .Juniors play Somer ville to-day and on Monday (Prince of Wales Birthday) they play a team from the Central Business College, Melbourne.